Rangers will be looking to continue their pursuit of table leaders Heart of Midlothian this weekend when they take on Dumbarton away from home. Rangers have been inconsistent in the league this season. They have managed just three wins in the last five encounters and it has seen them drop nine points behind the table leaders. Even though they have a game in hand, it is now looking highly unlikely that they may finish in the automatic promotion spots. Ally McCoist set the target of winning the league once again and it would have seen them promoted to the Premier League straightaway.
Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti refused to entertain questions about the goalkeeper situation at the club by saying that it is a closed matter as far as he is concerned. Madrid recently allowed their goalkeeper Diego Lopez to join AC Milan in a free transfer. However, be brought in World Cup 2014 star Keylor Navas as his replacement. The Costa Rican goalkeeper was one of the finest players at the World Cup and his move to Madrid suggested that Ancelotti did not have complete confidence in Iker Casillas. The Real Madrid legend has had a troubled time in the last few years.
Sunderland is willing to buy the English youngster Will Buckley and they have even bid for him, but, there is no certainty that they would be able to grab the services of the player as there is one other club which is in this race and that is West Bromwich Albion.
It’s Gus Poyet only, the current Sunderland boss, who had signed Buckley at Brighton. He likes the playing style of the 24-year old a lot and he wants to unite with him once again, this time at the Stadium of Light.
Rangers manager Ally McCoist has revealed that he has money to spend in the upcoming transfer window. The transfer embargo on Rangers was recently lifted and it allows the club to enter into the market to strengthen the squad significantly. Rangers have already utilise the loan market today benefit and have been able to win back-to-back promotions. The club may have underperformed in cup competitions in the last two years, but they are once again favourites to win the Scottish Championship and return to the Premier League after a three-year absence.
Rangers experienced going through successful season which has seen them earning a promotion spot to the Scottish Championship League. The side of Ally McCoist collected a total of 102 points throughout the entirety of the past season which was more than enough for them to conclude the campaign at the highest spot of the standings.
Ally McCoist is preparing his team for the upcoming season by making changes in the club as well as attempting to sign new arrivals and has already signed Kenny Miller from Vancouver Whitecaps who will be making his way to the Ibrox Stadium for a 3rd occasion.
Rangers manager Ally McCoist has revealed that neither him nor his players will be receiving any bonuses for achieving promotion this campaign. The club recently promoted back to the Scottish championship and it was the second back-to-back promotion achieved under McCoist. This has increased expectations that the club will be back in the Premier league sooner rather than later. Due to the overwhelming financial difficulties at the club, McCoist has revealed that he has not decided to take any bonus following this season’s success.
Rangers manager Ally McCoist has had to defend a wide range of criticism after his team were defeated by Raith Rovers in the final of the Ramsdens Cup.
The club are expected to comfortably get this trophy under the belt, but a 1-0 defeat after extra time meant that it was more misery for McCoist in a cup competition. This has led to several doubting the possibility of McCoist getting Rangers back into the Scottish Premier league. The club will be playing in the Scottish Championship next season after getting promoted automatically by winning the league.
Rangers are very close to sealing the domestic title, but they are also in the race for the Scottish cup this season. The club were drawn against Albion Rovers in this competition, but they could only draw the match 1-1.
This was one of the several failures that manager Ally McCoist has had to deal with throughout this season. The club from League Two were not expected to put up a fight against the table leaders from a division above them. However, there were more than worthy of the draw at Ibrox.
Rangers are extremely close to winning the title and getting promoted into the Scottish first division after managing a 1-0 win over East Fife. However, Ally McCoist was not entirely happy with the victory since he felt that the players did not perform up to their usual standards.
Rangers have not lost a match since the first week of August of last year. This impressive run of form has helped them open a 24 point lead over second placed Dunfermline. The match could have easily finished as the second draw for Rangers in just the last three matches.
The current manager of Rangers, Ally McCoist paid his tributes to Ian Redford who was found dead on the morning of 10 January of 2014.
Ian Redford spent 5 years playing with the Scottish club and made over 170 appearances for Rangers before he made his way to Dundee United and continued on switching from club to club until he finished his football career and announced his retirement.