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.


Alejandro Bedoya affected by Rangers plight

Alejandro Bedoya indicated that he has great memories of his time at Scottish Rangers in spite of admitting that his run to Ibrox came at the worst probable time. The midfield player signed for Light Blues 6 months before the team went into administration and later on joined Helsinborgs after elimination was affirmed in 2012s summer.

Alejandros appearances for the Rangers might have been limited in his little time in Glasgow but he told that he still holds tabs on the advance in the Scottish League One and he is very eager to see them come back to the top level as early as possible.



Rangers recently managed to reach the semifinals of the Ramsdens Cup after managing to beat Queen of South 3-0 in a match. After the encounter, Rangers manager Ally McCoist said that he is extremely delighted to have reached the semifinals.

Even though Rangers are now the favourite to win the title, McCoist thinks that only winning the league title will help him keep his job. Rangers are the favourites to win the league one title this season. McCoist has also said that Rangers are also looking at the prospect of winning the Scottish cup as well.



Rangers manager Ally McCoist has revealed that he is extremely happy with the way pre-season is shaping out for his team. He has said that the club has improved massively from the pre-season work they did last season.



Rangers manager Ally McCoist has said that the club may not have the £ 10 million transfer funds to spend in the summer. The absence of the Chief Executive, Charles Green, who promised the extravagant transfer funds for the club is thought to be the main reason behind this comment by McCoist.

Rangers have been linked with several players as they prepare to start life in the second division of Scottish football. The club was recently promoted from the third division in an emphatic manner, but their performance in other cup competitions has not been up to the mark.


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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.


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