MICHAEL BEALE was delighted with the performance and result as Rangers defeated Livingston 3-0 in the Scottish Premiership this afternoon. The Gers boss believes his squad were strong defensively as he praised the ‘collective’ display at the Tony Macaroni Stadium. Speaking to RangersTV at full-time he said: “I was absolutely delighted with the performance, the result and the clean sheet - everything about it. They always make it very tough so that is about as well as I could've hoped for today. He continued: “I am delighted with James and that was a big moment in the game as well with them getting the second yellow card and us scoring the free-kick.
DAVID McCallum says he was delighted with the attacking threat that his Rangers B side showed in their 3-0 victory over Berwick Rangers in the Lowland League this afternoon. Speaking to RangersTV after the win, McCallum praised his team’s attacking quality: “I’m really pleased with most of the first half. I thought we were really strong in our performance – we carried a lot of attacking threat and control. "We challenged the forward players to carry an attacking threat, running with the ball and going against the backline, creating opportunities not necessarily with the ball but also because of your movement. It’s something we’ve been really strong at.5 months ago Rangers Football Club
Napoli responded with a dangerous moment of their own minutes later as Enrico Giannini crossed for Daniels Nosegbe-Susko to fire wide. The Light Blues were forced into an early switch when Greig Allen was forced off injured and was replaced by Kelsey Ewen at the heart of the defence. The second goal arrived for the Light Blues less than a minute later. The Light Blues wasted precious little time in putting themselves ahead for the second time in the afternoon. RANGERS U19s: Pazikas, Harkness, Allen (Ewen, 12), MacKinnon, Fraser, Strachan, Rice (Ciubotaru, 84), Nsio (Graham, 45), Lyall, Ure, Lovelace (Webster, 83).5 months ago Rangers Football Club
RANGERS sealed another key three points in the Scottish Women’s Premier League after a positive 2-0 victory against Spartans this evening. After several passages of play created towards the Spartans goal, Middag floated in a threatening cross from the corner flag. Rosie McQuillan found space to fire a strike from inside the Rangers final third, but it flew just over the crossbar to give the Gers a single-goal lead at halftime. In the final embers of the match, Thomson’s side continued to show desire and momentum to push towards the Spartans goal. SPARTANS: Harrison, Mason, Clelland, Jamieson, Douglas, Birse (Galbraith, 69), Reynolds, McQuillan (Bates, 59), McCafferty, Jordan (Smart, 59), Robinson (Sidey, 69).5 months ago Rangers Football Club
DESPITE a spirited fightback, Rangers had to settle for a draw in the second Old Firm derby of the 2022/23 season. Zambian forward Fashion Sakala provided the assist for Kent, who curled a brilliant finish past Joe Hart on 47 minutes. Man of the match Sakala then won the penalty for Rangers’ second after being fouled by Carl Starfelt. Celtic, however, got their noses in front with just five minutes on the clock, with Maeda latching onto a slack pass from Alfredo Morelos. The second half started with Rangers in the ascendancy, and two minutes after the restart they got the goal their positive play deserved.2 months ago Rangers Football Club
RANGERS were held to a draw against Livingston this afternoon as a first-half Joel Nouble goal was cancelled out by a late John Lundstram strike at Ibrox. Rangers lined-up with McGregor in goal and a back four of James Tavernier, Leon King, Ben Davies and Borna Barisic. John Lundstram and Steven Davis were in midfield alongside Malik Tillman, with Scott Arfield and Ryan Kent supporting striker Antonio Colak. James Tavernier’s ball from the right wasn’t dealt with by Livingston and Ryan Kent was able to whip the ball back into the box. RANGERS: McGregor, Tavernier, King (Sands, 46), Davies, Barisic (Roofe, 81), Lundstram, Davis (Matondo, 46 (Fashion Jr, 79)), Arfield (Morelos, 66), Tillman, Kent, Colak.5 months ago Rangers Football Club
Everyone at Everton Football Club is saddened to learn of the untimely passing of David ‘Doc’ Johnson at the age of 71. David had bravely been battling throat cancer for more than a year but succumbed to his illness this morning. A local lad he signed for the Blues on leaving school and was handed his Everton debut by Harry Catterick at Burnley in January 1971. He later said: "Everyone needs a bit of luck and I was fortunate enough to score for Everton on my league debut, my European Cup debut and in my first derby. I was fully integrated into the club and had already played against Liverpool at B team and reserves level."4 months ago Everton Football Club
The attacking trio took little time to get involved, roared on by the Goodison faithful as Everton sprinted out of the blocks. The constant Everton pressure continued when Gray found space from 20 yards out to drill a low drive into the arms of Guaita. Everton were forced to soak up a large amount of pressure as Villa started the second half as they finished the first. Nathalie Bjorn and Sevecke remained a solid duo in the Everton penalty area as they cleared their lines from more Villa crosses. The Everton number 20 drove deep into the Villa half before releasing Park down the right wing who managed to switch the play as George overlapped from wing-back into the penalty area.5 months ago Everton Football Club