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The Rangers manager Ally McCoist has said that he would have himself booed the team if given the opportunity after the disappointing 1-1 draw with Montrose.

Rangers were playing at home against Montrose looking to improve on their significant advantage at the top of the table. The club are already one of the favourites to gain promotion into the second division of Scottish football. They almost have a 20 point advantage at the top of the table, but they could have improved their lead even more had they taken all three points from the match.



The Scottish Premier league club Rangers could lose players in the January transfer window according to the manager Ally McCoist. McCoist has been given the task of getting the team back into the top flight of Scottish football, but so far they have been unable to dominate the third division itself.

This has led to a lot of disgruntled Rangers supporters voicing their opinions in recent weeks. The club will not be able to add any players until the year due to the transfer ban, but they can lose players if they are subject to bids from other clubs.



The former Scottish Premier league club Rangers were set to play against Elgin in the William Hill Scottish Cup fourth-round, but that match was postponed due to selling tickets more than the allocated seating capacity.



The manager of Glasgow Rangers, Ally McCoist, has said that the Rangers skipper Lee McCulloch deserves thanks from the team management for not leaving the club at the time of Liquidation.

In June this year, the Rangers were liquidated and many players left the club due to that. But, Lee and a few other players decided to stick with the Rangers.
Carlos Bocangera who had captained Rangers in the second half of the last season was placed on loan to Racing Santander in September and after that, McCulloch was appointed as the captain of the Rangers.



The Rangers manager Ally McCoist has decided to offer new contracts to three of the young players at the club. Rangers have been extremely confident of getting back into the first division of Scottish football.

There has been heavily on recruiting new players, but it is just not the arrival of new players that is strengthening the club. They have decided to offer new contracts to young players who have come through the ranks at the club. Barrie McKay, Robbie Crawford and Lewis Macleod are the three players who have been offered a new contract by the club.



The Rangers manager Ally McCoist has said that he is still keen on bringing a few more players before the end of the transfer window.

Rangers will not be able to sign any players from the close of this transfer window for the period of 12 months after being placed in transfer embargo. The parent company of the club was recently liquidated and the club was relegated to the third division of Scottish football.



The former Celtic captain Tom Boyd has said that the Scottish Premier league should look into the prospect of stripping Rangers for the title they have won. They should also give Tom Boyd the stripped titles due to the fact that it were denied to him in unethical circumstances.

The former Celtic captain Tom Boyd won three major titles during his illustrious career with the Scottish club. However, the former player now has said that he should have won six major titles due to the fact that Rangers were not entirely honest in their efforts to pursue the three titles.


Dark horses Russia stunned

Russia may have provided the brightest of openings to Euro 2012 as thrashing the Czech Republic, but a single goal against the run of play has seen Dick Advocaat’s reign end in abject failure.

The first half was played out in the strangest of circumstances with Greece almost accepting their fate as wooden spoon recipients in Group A. Although Russia dominated possession a neutral eye would see that both sides seemed to be happy with the draw.



Charles Green has confirmed that there is every opportunity that Rangers could be allowed to sign players before they actually come out of administration.

Charles Green is exploring the opportunity by having the Company Voluntary Arrangement approved shortly. This would mean that the club would have a cooling-off period of 28 days. Green also confirmed that the club will not be losing any money in buying the players because most of them are free transfers. Due to the financial situation within Europe at the moment, a lot of high-profile players have been released by the clubs.


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