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  1. Found this on the BBC, don't know what to make of it... Everyone knows he should have won POTY, but someone else had one good game against a very poor Aberdeen... and so the mhedia got to work on this campaign as their previous attempts to get it awarded to Brown failed when he played even worse than when he started... It would be good to see Weir make it, been a rock this year and thought he was excellent in the 1st leg! If not, King Carlos will keep whoever he plays alongside in check! Edit: link to article. Was correct as of 9am in case it gets changed...
  2. I hope the big man is correct!! Keeping a clean sheet in the first game could be what wins it for us.
  3. The team that stand between Rangers and the UEFA cup final
  4. ALLAN McGREGOR and Lee McCulloch could both be back for Rangers this season. Boss Walter Smith today revealed there is a chance they could be ready for the SPL game against Dundee United at Ibrox on May 10, and the subsequent run-in. Both players were injured a week ago at Parkhead and have had various scans since. And Smith revealed: "There is a chance they could be back for the last two weeks of the season. That is the outcome of the scans, so we obviously hope that can be the case." Chris Burke has delivered the most positive news after injuring his ankle in the Scottish Cup
  5. Rangers fear Allan McGregor may be out for season Apr 22 2008 By Keith Jackson INJURY-RAVAGED Rangers are bracing themselves for the bombshell news today that Allan McGregor's season is over. The keeper will report to hospital this afternoon for a second opinion on the ankle injury he sustained in last week's Old Firm defeat at Parkhead. But while McGregor is praying for good news, manager Walter Smith is all but resigned to losing his keeper for the rest of the campaign. McGregor has damaged ligaments so badly Smith doesn't expect him back in training until July when Rangers
  6. Rangers set for summer friendly with Benitez's Liverpool Apr 19 2008 By David Mccarthy Exclusive RANGERS could face Champions League hopefuls Liverpool in a sell-out glamour friendly at Ibrox in the summer. The SPL leaders are in talks with the Premiership giants and are hoping a deal can be struck. Rangers are also considering an offer from Spanish outfit Atletico Bilbao, who are looking to play pre-season friendlies in Britain. The Ibrox club have yet to decide whether to take the fixture but it would be another stern summer test for Walter Smith and his players.
  7. Gow could move to Sweden to further career Apr 19 2008 By Gordon Parks Scottish Cup Special... Exclusive ALAN GOW is set to take his season into overtime by joining Swedish side Djurgardens on loan. The Rangers striker has yet to start a league game since signing from Falkirk last summer and Record Sport understands he is keen on the idea of heading to Stockholm for the next few months in a bid to hit the ground running next season. The 25-year-old has featured in just two cup matches and is determined to stay and fight for a chance to prove his worth. But despite a growin
  8. From todays Record. Davis inches closer to signing for Rangers Apr 19 2008 Chris Roberts Scottish Cup Special... FULHAM boss Roy Hodgson is willing to accept a cut-price s3million bid from Rangers for loan star Steve Davis in the summer. Hodgson sees no future for the Northern Ireland midfielder at Craven Cottage and would be willing to let him leave for s1m less than the fee paid to Aston Villa in July 2007. That is good news for the Ibrox money men and boss Walter Smith, who has made him his No.1 signing target. The only problem for Rangers would be if Fulham are
  9. Rangers have the stamina for fight on four fronts, vows Ally McCoist Apr 18 2008 By Keith Jackson ALLY McCOIST last night insisted that burn-out will not see Rangers' quest for a quadruple go up in flames. McCoist was rolled out to face the media yesterday as part of his duties as "caretaker" boss for the Ibrox club's Scottish Cup run. He has been handed increased responsibility for team affairs by manager Walter Smith and will again be the front man at Hampden on Sunday as Rangers bid to see off St Johnstone and reach the Final. But while Smith and his players are still lick
  10. Words from Walter.... Manager Walter Smith saw Rangers' SPL lead reduced to one point after a last-minute defeat at Celtic Park. "For us it is a difficult one to take losing it so late in the game," Smith told BBC Sport after the 2-1 loss. "After holding out for the length of time we did the disappointing aspect for us was losing the goal just in the last seconds. "Celtic, although they had territorial possession when we were down to 10 men, didn't create many opportunities." Although the visitors were disappointed to lose the match, they remain favourites to clin
  11. ALLAN MCGREGOR wrote his name into the history books on March 29 when he became the first Rangers keeper to record four consecutive clean sheets against Celtic but he doesn't want to stop there. Barry Ferguson and Allan McGregor show their thanks to the fansThe club's No. 1 will travel to Parkhead tonight for another crucial clash against Gordon Strachan's men and would love nothing more than to increase his remarkable run to five as Walter Smith's side look to put one hand, or glove for that matter, on the SPL trophy. Keeping Celtic at bay in front of 60,000 fans in green and white is
  12. Kris Boyd insists the time is not right leave to leave Rangers, despite reported interest from Manchester City. The Rangers striker has cut a frustrated figure for much of the present campaign, as Gers boss Walter Smith has often elected to start with his top goalscorer on the bench. Boyd has hit a remarkable 24 goals this season, despite limited playing time, yet still he remains a player that divides opinion like few others. The Scotland international could well point to 50 goals from 54 league starts for Rangers - at Kilmarnock he netted 64 in 106 starts - but his
  13. I'll give Rangers first chance to sign me, says loan star Steve Davis Apr 16 2008 By Colin Duncan RANGERS' hopes of making Steve Davis' switch from Fulham permanent were last night given a major boost. The midfielder revealed he will give the SPL leaders first crack at signing him. The Ulsterman has been a revelation at Ibrox since arriving from Craven Cottage on loan during the January window and has played an integral part in Rangers' push for four trophies this season. Now Ibrox boss Walter Smith has made keeping him his No.1 priority this summer. The 23-year-old is
  14. Arthur Numan may not be considered thus by Rangers fans who witnessed him collect eight trophies in five seasons at Ibrox - particularly now that the Dutchman has made his home in Scotland - but the 38-year-old believes his former club should be looking to expand their horizons. advertisement <A HREF="http://ads.telegraph.co.uk/event.ng/Type=click&FlightID=27064&AdID=32704&TargetID=6217&ASeg=&AMod=&Redirect=http://www.telegraph.co.uk/flanders" target="_top"><IMG SRC="http://adc.telegraph.co.uk/f/flanders/cobrands/flanders_300x250.gif" WIDTH=300 HEIGHT=250 BOR
  15. STEVIE SMITH is in a Rangers team for the first time since December 2006 for today's Scottish Cup quarter-final replay with Partick Thistle at Firhill. The full-back has not featured since the 1-1 draw with Celtic 16 months ago because of a long-term pelvic problem but finally makes his comeback against the Jags. Kirk Broadfoot's one-match suspension allows the 22-year-old to return and he is one of seven changes to the team which beat Sporting 2-0 on Thursday. Barry Ferguson, Lee McCulloch, Jean-Claude Darcheville, Steven Davis, Sasa Papac and Brahim Hemdani have also dropped out
  16. Sunday, 13 April 2008 -------------------------Time--------TV Motherwell v Celtic-------14:00-------*** Wednesday, 16 April 2008 -------------------------Time--------TV Celtic v Rangers----------19:45-------*** Celtic get the chance to pull three points back on Rangers again on Sunday. To do that they will have to beat their public enemy No.1, Motherwell. Both will be missing key midfield players as Bob Malcolm and Scott Brown are both suspended. Adding to that the game will take part on the mud patch pitch that fir park has become it may make fighting spirit
  17. ian1964

    Big Amo

    by Lindsay Herron LORENZO AMORUSO can't wait for his former clubs Fiorentina and Rangers to go into battle for a place in the UEFA Cup Final. And the former Ibrox captain says the two sides are not only evenly matched but very similar in style. Amoruso, who joined Rangers for just under �£4m from Fiorentina in 1997, is eagerly anticipating the clashes between the two sides. Adrian MutuHe told rangers.co.uk: "It's fantastic that the two teams that mean the most to me are playing each other for a place in the UEFA Cup Final, but the sad thing is that one of them has to go out.
  18. ian1964

    U 19's

    BILLY KIRKWOOD'S Rangers under-19 side is showing as much spirit as Walter Smith's first team after their 2-0 win over Dundee United yesterday. Isa BagciThe youths beat the Arabs at Glenesk Park with goals either side of half-time from Isa Bagci and captain Andrew Shinnie. Collecting another three points takes the young Gers a step closer to retaining the SPL title they won last year. When they will have a chance to claim the trophy once more is unclear because of the situation regarding Gretna and their remaining fixtures. If the Borders side is unable to fulfil them and point
  19. Recently there has been much informed (but much more ill-informed) discussions regarding the short and long-term futures of both Old Firm managers. Some journalists have even gone as far as to claim that they know that Gordon Strachan will leave Celtc this summer, no matter the outcome of the SPL. Apparently, he has had enough of the baggage that associates itself with being an ââ?¬Ë?Old Firmââ?¬â?¢ manager. Funnily enough, we never hear of this baggage when a Rangers manager is ââ?¬Ë?strugglingââ?¬â?¢. Did this apparent baggage affect Alex McLeish or Paul Le Guen? Anyway, I digress. GS is
  20. WALTER SMITH has praised his fantastic players after Rangers progressed through to the semi-final stage of a European competition for the first-time in 36 years against Sporting Lisbon tonight. Kirk Broadfoot celebrates with DarchevilleTerrific second-half strikes from Jean-Claude Darcheville and Steven Whittaker secured a hugely memorable victory in the Portuguese capital. The Light Blues thoroughly deserved their win and the gaffer was understandably beaming with pride after the final whistle in the Jose Alvalade Stadium. He said: "It is a terrific achievement for us to be in the
  21. I will keep knocking back buy-out bids unless they make the club stronger Sir David Murray by Darrell King RANGERS owner Sir David Murray today revealed how he almost sold the club last summer. But the Ibrox supremo did not feel that the interested suitor was right in terms of taking the club forward. The Edinburgh-based millionaire is approaching his 20th anniversary as chairman, and has said on a few occasions in the past year or so that he would sell up to the right person. But Murray - who again insisted major plans to revamp Ibrox and the surrounding area WILL be unveile
  22. Carlos Cuellar has become a doubt for the match in Lisbon. The Spaniard, who has been in fine form for Walter Smith's team this season, has been floored by a virus. And with central defensive partner David Weir already suspended for the match, the Rangers boss could face a selection headache. Cuellar has been ordered to remain in bed for two days, although the club is hopeful he will be able to travel to the Portuguese capital on Wednesday. Cousin has been passed fit.
  23. Rangers striker Kris Boyd insists his frustration at being reduced to a fringe role in Walter Smith's team does not mean he will ever want to leave Ibrox. The 24-year-old former Kilmarnock frontman has started just 19 matches this season, coming off the bench a further 12 times, but has scored a remarkable 20 goals. That record makes him comfortably the club's leading scorer, even though Boyd has started fewer than half of Rangers' matches in the Clydesdale Bank Premier League. He was left on the bench throughout last week's Old Firm clash with Celtic, and has played in just one of
  24. RANGERS misfit Filip Sebo could return to Ibrox next season, as Valenciennes are hoping to land a new striker. The Ibrox striker, signed for �£1.8 million by Paul Le Guen from Austria Vienna, was loaned out to the French side for the year after failing to impress manager Walter Smith. Sebo scored only twice in 33 appearances before being offloaded and reports in France claim Valenciennes have already lined up Mons striker Mohamed Dahmane as their new forward for next season, meaning Sebo could be out in the cold again and on his way back to Ibrox. http://sport.scotsman.com/footbal
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