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Mark Warburton: Rangers are most successful club in the world

via The Scotsman | For any newly promoted side to be judged in direct comparison to a dominant top-flight team in pursuit of a sixth consecutive league title can be regarded as wholly unreasonable. For Mark Warburton, however, it is a form of assessment which remains ...

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Mark Warburton: Rangers fans will be rewarded for their patience in the Premiership

via Evening Times | MARK WARBURTON dared to dream but was always living in reality. In the cold light of day, in the facts and figures, the realisation was stark. Continue Reading

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Mark Warburton: I have absolutely no doubts that Rangers will return to the top of Scottish football once again

via Evening Times | MARK WARBURTON insists he has ‘absolutely no doubt’ that Rangers will return to the top of Scottish football and end Celtic’s Premiership dominance. The Hoops head to Ibrox on Hogmanay 16 points clear of their Old Firm rivals and well on their ...

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Mark Warburton: I would have no qualms about pitching Philippe Senderos into Old Firm action again

via Evening Times | MARK WARBURTON insists he would have no qualms about pitching Philippe Senderos into Old Firm battle at Ibrox. Continue Reading

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Mark Warburton plays down Rob Kiernan ‘punch’ in Rangers’ draw with St Johnstone

via Evening Times | MARK WARBURTON is confident defender Rob Kiernan won’t face disciplinary action over the incident with St Johnstone’s Steven Anderson. Continue Reading

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Derek Johnstone: The pressure is on Rangers for Celtic clash after another Premiership slip-up

via Evening Times | RANGERS built up some momentum in the Premiership with the wins over Aberdeen, Hearts, Hamilton and Inverness in the last few weeks. But the draw with St Johnstone on Wednesday night wasn’t the preparation for the Celtic game that Mark Warburton would ...

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Derek Johnstone: Mark Warburton should drop Joe Garner from Rangers attack for Celtic clash

via Evening Times | MARK WARBURTON has a decision to make as to who plays in his front three and, importantly, who is the central striker. Continue Reading

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Barrie McKay: Rangers have got a point to prove in Old Firm clash with Celtic

via Evening Times | BARRIE MCKAY admits Rangers have got a point to prove against Celtic as they prepare for the third Old Firm showdown of the season. Continue Reading

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Mark Warburton confident his improving Rangers side can beat Celtic

via The Guardian | Mark Warburton does not want his performance as Rangers manager to be judged on his record against Celtic. Warburton is preparing to face Brendan Rodgers’ Scottish Premiership leaders on Saturday – with a 16-point gap currently separating the country’s top two. But ...

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Mark Warburton confident his improving Rangers side can beat Celtic

via The Guardian | • Despite two recent Old Firm defeats, manager believes side has gelled• Warburton eager to be judged on results over the season as a whole Mark Warburton does not want his performance as Rangers manager to be judged on his record against ...

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Mark Warburton hoping to be judged on end position not Old Firm derby results

via Evening Times | Mark Warburton does not want his performance as Rangers boss to be judged on his record against Celtic. Continue Reading

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Mark Warburton does not want to be judged on record against Celtic

via The Scotsman | Mark Warburton, left, will go head to head with Brendan Rodgers once again this weekend. Picture: PA 14:49 Thursday 29 December 2016 Mark Warburton does not want his performance as Rangers boss to be judged on his record against Celtic. Click here ...

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Warburton: Judge me in May

via Sky Sports | By PA Sport Last Updated: 29/12/16 3:19pm Rangers manager Mark Warburton does not want to focus solely on Celtic games Mark Warburton does not want his performance as Rangers boss to be judged on his record against Celtic. The Ibrox Continue Reading

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He Can Go As High As He Wants In The Game – Rangers Boss Praises Gers Star

via Inside Futbol |   Follow @insidefutbol Mark Warburton feels Barrie McKay can go “as high as he wants to go in the game”, following the youngster’s performance in Rangers’ 1-1 draw with St. Johnstone on Wednesday night. The 21-year-old, who has been in fine form ...

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I Need To Be Scoring More Goals, Rangers Star Admits

via Inside Futbol |   Follow @insidefutbol Rangers winger Barrie McKay has explained that he wants to add more goals to his game after finding the back of the net in the Gers’ 1-1 draw with St. Johnstone on Wednesday night. The winger, who scored nine ...

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SFA Looking Into Footage of Rangers Defender Rob Kiernan’s Alleged Punch

via Inside Futbol |   Follow @insidefutbol The Scottish Football Association are looking into an alleged punch thrown by Rangers defender Rob Kiernan during Wednesday night’s clash against St Johnstone. Kiernan had a nightmare in the 1-1 draw at McDiarmid Park as he made an error ...

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Rob Kiernan free for Rangers selection against Celtic despite facing possible misconduct charge

via Evening Times | TV pictures appear to show the Rangers defender aiming a jab at his Perth rival during Wednesday night’s 1-1 draw at McDiarmid Park. Continue Reading

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See St Johnstone and Rangers’ 1-1 draw at McDiarmid Park

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Rangers to make late fitness call on captain Lee Wallace ahead of Old Firm derby with Celtic on Hogmanay  

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Mark Warburton fears Rangers will have to go into Saturday's Old Firm battle without skipper Lee Wallace. The left-back sat out their 1-1 draw at St Johnstone on Wednesday night.

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Rangers rely too much on non-scoring midfielders

via The Scotsman | Seven from 83. That’s the goalscoring record this season of the four supporting midfielders Rangers started against St Johnstone. Barrie McKay, Jason Holt, Josh Windass, James Tavernier. Seven goals from 83 games in league and cup. It’s a huge problem with Mark ...

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