Monday 30 November 2015

Mark Warburton Dumbarton Press Conference

Sunday 29 November 2015

Rangers to sign Tarik Fagrach

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The EveningTimes are reporting that Rangers are set to snap up Tarik Fagrach who has recently been released from Feyenoord.

Tarik is a 17-year-old striker who has scored 39 goals in 54 games for Feyenoord's academy teams.

He is highly rated but was released last week because of his conduct in training.

It is thought a number of European clubs are looking Tarik and Rangers have acted quickly to offer him a deal.

Friday 27 November 2015

Dave King & Mark Warburton AGM Speech's

Tuesday 24 November 2015

Rangers looking at Josh Windass

The Scottish Sun are reporting Rangers are interested in Accrington Stanley starlet Josh Windass. He is the son of former Aberdeen & Hull City player Dean Windass.

The report states that he will be a free agent next summer so a potential pre-contract could be on the cards or a cut price deal in January.

Rangers new head of recruitment Frank McParland has been tasked with identifying more talent that can compete in the Scottish Premiership. So I'm sure we'll hear a lot of names befor and after January.

Keep up to date with our list here

Saturday 21 November 2015

Warburton - Livingston Reaction

Tuesday 17 November 2015

Kenny Miller signs new one-year-deal

Kenny Miller has signed a one-year contract extension as his current deal was due to expire in 2016. Mark Warburton spoke to the official web site on the extension;

“This is a playing contract. Kenny is doing his coaching qualifications and doing great work with our under 20s and gaining invaluable experience but have no doubts, Kenny has earned this contract from a playing perspective. 
“From the first day of pre-season he developed a real desire and a passion to help take the club forward and he’s made a very positive contribution both on and off the pitch. 
“His seniority within the squad is very important, his knowledge and his experience are special when we have such a young squad and have recruited young players and have taken in young loan players too.
“The experience of the likes of Kenny, Dean Shiels and Lee Wallace, as captain of course, is invaluable. 
“So he has a key role to play on and off the pitch and I am delighted to have Kenny accept this new contract offer. 
“David and I are thrilled to have him commit to the club for another year and I hope very much that Kenny feels a bit part of what we’re doing going forward. 
“We’re looking forward to him making a very positive contribution to the club’s development in the coming months.”

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Thursday 12 November 2015

Dave King Releases Strong Statement

Dave King released a strong statement on the Rangers web site today regarding recent EBT talk.

"It is disappointing that a debate has re-emerged around the subject of Rangers’ history in Scottish football. It must be especially frustrating for the Club’s supporters who again find individuals within the structures of Scottish football unfairly targeting the Club.
For the avoidance of doubt, however, I wish to make one point clear. If the history of our Club comes under attack we will deal with it in the strongest manner possible and will hold to account those persons who have acted against their fiduciary responsibilities to their own clubs and to Scottish football."
Full statement on

Wednesday 4 November 2015

Sons of Struth Protest

Sports Direct Protest 2pm-3pm Saturday Ibrox Superstore
"After the feedback and level of outrage due to todays press revelations we are holding a protest outside the superstore to ask ALL fans to boycott merchandise and Sports Direct.
We are mindful that the game is the remembrance game and no protest will take place inside the stadium or during the game.
SoS will be purchasing large safe banners to be displayed in the vicinity of the store highlighting the reasons for our boycott.
To show unity in the fanbase we would ask all RSC's and groups to bring their banners. Lets get the flags out
Obviously any fan wishing to purchase from the store during our protest should be allowed to do so unhindered however we would respectfully appeal to fans who may visit the store to browse to refrain from doing so during our event. Our aim is an empty store.
We will not enter the store nor cause any concern to staff.
Large numbers are required to make this work and we appeal to all fans who agree with the boycott to share via social media and in the real world.
We will appeal for funds to help with banners and will post details soon online.
Enough is enough
Here before you, here after you, here forever"

Tuesday 3 November 2015