20 March 2015
No, really. No one will be upset except maybe him.
You've seen him up close for two games now; he's "vital" in the sense that if you pick him in the starting XI that he has to be a warm body on the pitch. But that choice is now yours, so just do the right thing.
Bench Jig. He's not good enough. Do it.
17 March 2015
by Ally Brown | Guest Contributor
But Rangers fans who have been asking for a board that prioritises transparency and accountability might be able to see a silver lining in the debacle.
13 March 2015
*posts allegation that target is an anti-Muslim bigot in a public forum prior to acquiring response for publication*
Standards in reporting for Mark McGivern, Reporter: optional.
12 March 2015
by John McIntosh | Guest Contributor
Ian Cathro is the 28-year-old Scot who is currently Valencia assistant manager, helping to guide his side back to a Champions League spot.
Having defeated the likes of Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid this season, he's trying to achieve this whilst helping oversee a brand of attacking flowing football which is certainly very pleasing on the eye.
"What has he achieved in the game?". "Who is he?". These are a few of the comments laid at his door when he is touted for the vacant head coach role at Ibrox to rebuild our institution. Let's look at the facts – within six years he has went from coaching his own skills based coaching group for young children in Dundee, to Valencia assistant coach. That just does not happen by chance, so I think the lack of respect or knowledge on him is quite astounding.
Cathro has never played the game professionally, having had youth spells with teams such as Forfar and Brechin. Injuries had a major impact and he realises he just wasn't good enough, knowing that the British game in particular looks for managers/head coaches with a playing career, he knew he could never manage a club here without gaining coaching experience elsewhere.
02 March 2015
by Jamie Currie | Guest Contributor
With the EGM all but won with David Somers’ resignation, it will be the period that succeeds the General Meeting that will be at the forefront of the minds of the Rangers support.
The on-field situation now looks as bleak as the off-field circus of the past four years so Dave King and his new board will have to act – and fast.