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KENNY MCDOWALL cast his eye over new loan signings Gael Bigirimana and Haris Vuckic for the first time in training at Murray Park today and was impressed with what he saw.

 

The two midfielders took part in their first training session this morning while Remie Streete worked with the Club physio Steve Walker separately as he has just came back from a slight injury.

 

McDowall lead the session this morning as the squad continued to prepare for the Scottish Cup match against Raith Rovers on Sunday at Ibrox and he was impressed with the way the new players are integrating already.

 

He said, "The boys came in and took part in their first session this morning. They've met the rest of the lads and have settled in well."

 

"Gael is very bright and was lively in the training session. He is a good football player as I would expect them all to be. They all just need to get to know their new teammates and get settled in to the place."

 

"Vuckic scored an excellent goal in training today and seeing that was more than welcome. The lads are all good players and we've welcomed them all into the squad."

 

McDowall will continue to work the players in the next few days ahead of the game at the weekend and said that it's too early to say whether they will feature against Raith this Sunday.

 

He explained, "All of the new boys are in the squad for Sunday and at the moment it's too early to say if any would be involved in the game. As ever, we'll have a look at the end of the week and see who is fully fit and who is not."

 

"It sets a challenge to other players as their standards will have to be a bit higher now that the squad is a bit bigger - so it's good competition to have. It's the nature of a club like Rangers that you have to compete for places and it's up to you once you're in there to keep that place in the team."

 

http://www.rangers.co.uk/news/headlines/item/8464-settling-in-nicely

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It's the nature of a club like Rangers that you have to compete for places and it's up to you once you're in there to keep that place in the team."

 

That's as inaccurate as anything the board have come out with! Granted our focus has been elsewhere, but I won't shed any tears when the last remnants of Ally's coaching team leaves the building.

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Can't believe McDowell hasn't been removed from his Managerial duties he's an utter clueless clown.

 

To be replaced with whom? Durie? Any "interim" chap being brought in by the board could get his marching orders in mid-March again. It makes not much sense to bring someone else in. Right now, it is more up to the players to get themselves into the right mind than the manager to whip that up. These are all seasoned professionals and full-grown men.

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