Rangers pair Alfredo Morelos and Ryan Kent prove their Ibrox worth as Michael Beale’s charges once again come from behind to sink 10-man Kilmarnock at Rugby Park. pic.twitter.com/pSyHvPWqHX — Sky Sports Scotland (@ScotlandSky) January 18, 2023Alfredo Morelos, Ryan Kent make the difference v KilmarnockRangers would then find some kind of a rhythm with some decent spells of possession before Alfredo Morelos equalised midway through the first period. The winger had initially darted into the Kilmarnock box before a misplaced Alfredo Morelos cross rolled its way to Kent, who finished with aplomb. 🚨 GOAL ALERT 🚨Ryan Kent puts Rangers ahead! 😮💨 pic.twitter.com/tiHq0SgGbr — Sky Sports Scotland (@ScotlandSky) January 18, 2023The Kilmarnock result also intensified discussion around new contracts for both Ryan Kent and Alfredo Morelos, who have increasingly impressed since the change of management.
Rangers keep their faint title hopes alive with an extraordinary late show against Aberdeen which showed a mentality and character that was missing in early season. The Gers looked to be heading for defeat in the northeast after falling 2-1 behind to Jim Goodwin’s side in the second half, Duck’s free-kick and Leighton Clarkson’s long-range effort cancelling out Fashion Sakala’s rebounded opener. The Rangers midfielder had come on to the pitch midway through the second half as part of a four-man substitution and equalised in the 94th minute by sprinting onto Ryan Kent’s rebounded shot. The goal will also serve as a hammer blow to the club’s rivals, with plenty ready to gloat and announce Rangers’ title ambitions dead, if they aren’t already, come the final whistle. Meanwhile, Rangers boss Beale had been putting a few outspoken pundits in their place in the run up to the game.1 month ago Rangers News
As Rangers prepare to welcome Celtic, far from quash the conspiracy narratives VAR appears to have breathed fresh life into the nonsense debate usually espoused from the eastend of Glasgow. And yet, as the game moves on with the adoption of VAR, we’re all supposed to actually accept the narrative that it’s not going to work in Scotland because it’s that Masonic VAR. Rangers Celtic refereeing conspiracies continue despite VARThis shouldn’t be a conversation and yet it is and it is testament to Celtic’s useful idiots in the media and the irresponsibility of those in the hierarchy of their club that this continues. Its the first ever Rangers v Celtic clash with VAR and the headlines have already been written should something go wrong this afternoon. Meanwhile, VAR or otherwise, here’s how we’re backing Rangers to line up for the clash with Celtic.1 month ago Rangers News
As questions are raised regarding the fitness of the Rangers squad under Giovanni van Bronckhorst this season, some interesting pre-season quotes from Scott Arfield have resurfaced. But this season – after the first-ever pre-season under Giovanni van Bronckhorst – Rangers have looked decidedly lacklustre and less explosive than previous campaigns. Scott Arfield: Rangers’ pre-season more about ball-work“I was 17 when I did my first one. This is now my 17th pre-season,” Scott Arfield told Rangers TV. Is this another example of Giovanni van Bronckhorst and his coaching staff getting it wrong this season?3 months ago Rangers News
Ex-Rangers boss Steven Gerrard is installed as the early favourite for the manager’s job in Govan as the Ibrox club sack Giovanni van Bronckhorst. Rangers Football Club confirms today it has parted company with manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst. Rangers boss Giovanni van Bronckhorst sackedVan Bronckhorst also oversaw an unacceptable collapse in the Premiership last season, the club going from six points in front of Celtic to six points behind under the Dutchman’s watch to surrender the league title. Rangers took to their official website to announce that Giovanni van Bronckhorst had been sacked and thanked the ex-Arsenal and Barcelona star for his service. Meanwhile, Rangers might’ve signed one player who turned out in the World Cup opener had things gone differently for the winger.2 months ago Rangers News
Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s side were booed off the park despite booking their spot in the last four of the League Cup by defeating Gary Bowyer’s Dens Park outfit. Wright admits things have to improve if Rangers are to win silverware this term on the domestic front. “We’re in the League Cup semi-final, we’re quite high in the league. “But it’s something we want to fix and we’ve games to do that as well.”By booking their spot in the final four of the League Cup, Rangers set up a semi-final date with Wright’s former side Aberdeen. It is great to be back at Hampden, it is important for us as a team and we have done that.3 months ago Rangers Review
A lot of preparation and effort goes into the game and I thought that was a good performance today. Again, Ryan Jack came in and had a really good game. We’re in a good place going forward and it’s another clean sheet which I’m over the moon with. There’s been a lot said about me coming back in and working with players I worked with a year ago. That is the case, there are a lot of good ones but I also want to build a Rangers for the future.25 days ago Rangers Review
Michael Beale had already pinpointed "red flags" in his first two games as Rangers manager and it seems certain several more issues will be added to the list after a night of immense drama at Pittodrie. Add to that Rangers' shaky recent defensive performances and the Irishman's team was always going to have more intent. But slowly, Rangers' grip of the game slipped, never truly to be regained, even in those final dramatic minutes. "At this moment in time, the most important thing for us is to try and get performance happy," he said. A post-match appraisal where the performance was rated five out of 10 was fair and shows the Rangers manager, isn't one to be swept away in emotion.1 month ago Rangers Review