19 Nov 2016 14:24:27
RANGERS: Foderingham; Tavernier, Kiernan, Hill, Wallace, Holt, Halliday, Windass, O'Halloran, Garner, Miller
SUBS: Gilks, Hodson, Wilson, Crooks, Forrester, McKay, Dodoo.
1.) 19 Nov 2016
19 Nov 2016 15:46:47
Another 45mins of absolute rubbish.
2.) 19 Nov 2016
19 Nov 2016 15:56:27
u sound surprised.
3.) 19 Nov 2016
19 Nov 2016 16:54:24
absolute garbage is the polite version. I now also believe we have the players to play far better than this so it has to be the manager. After every bad result we hear we will learn and move on! well in my opinion it is going backwards. Time for change.
4.) 19 Nov 2016
19 Nov 2016 20:08:37
Wow lads, wait until the games finished before you start bashing your own team.
We have enough of that from the pundits and critics within the cesspit that is Scottish Football.
As for those who said it was rotten for the majority, remember your own words when you said, "Win at all costs".
That's what we got today. Positive performances from Hill, Keirnan, Windass, Garner, Dodoo and McKay when they came on and obviously the impact of Forrester.
Credit where credits due fellow bears.
5.) 20 Nov 2016
20 Nov 2016 00:36:03
McKay added little. Yes, he has the ability but he needs to spend time with someone like Willie Johnston to learn how to look after himself.
6.) 20 Nov 2016
20 Nov 2016 07:56:56
Wee McKay getting it again I see Tom. I thought he was very positive when he came on and linked up well. A very clever player who seems to shoulder the lions share of blame, even when we win! I thought the team played well and was delighted to see us get our just desserts at the end because there was only one team that deserved to win that game. The manager and players have been getting it the neck from all angles here, some of it deserved but most not. We have made some mistakes, none worse than the Barton fiasco but we have been unlucky with injuries to a number of players at key times. It's our first season back in the top flight and we're in third place. I believe we will finish second comfortably which would surely be a good result. Only my opinion of course.
7.) 20 Nov 2016
20 Nov 2016 12:59:08
McKay has been off the boil but a few times, yesterday included he has made an impact as sub, let's give credit when due.
8.) 20 Nov 2016
20 Nov 2016 16:58:23
I think yesterday and the Ross county game shows how limited Michael ohalloran is. Too easy to mark out a game and stops looking for the ball. Done really good against Kilmarnock and also St Johnstone in the first half but McKay is technically by far a better player who needed a stint on the bench because wasn't performing but now is the time to get him back in the team from the start because offers much more.
9.) 21 Nov 2016
21 Nov 2016 09:16:17
mckay should take the role out on the right so he doesn't have to cut back as often.
id actually like him to play in an iniesta type role through the middle as he has that great ball control and skill to go with it.
but I want forrester on from the start.
10.) 21 Nov 2016
21 Nov 2016 19:09:10
Seeker, Yes McKay has ability but we don't see enough of it because he allows the opposition intimidate him far too much as do most of the players these days. This could improve easily if we had the fight and team spirit shown by the Souness and Smith teams and we had a captain that was a good leader, was capable of looking after his team mates and led by example.
11.) 21 Nov 2016
21 Nov 2016 22:01:07
I thought supporters paid their money to support their team. I do. If I ever stop going to Ibrox, it will be nothing to do with the manager, the team or my genuine support for the Gers. it will be because of the whining, moaning, groaning 'attendees' who are quite frankly doing my nut in.
12.) 02 Dec 2016
02 Dec 2016 07:23:18
Here, here Bigdaftdav. This is my first ever post. I go to most rangers games home and away. At times, it has been painful viewing and I want the management team to show that they can learn and improve. However, when times are challenging, this is when our team needs our support most.