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FAI Reportedly Interested In Switch For Rangers Wonderkid

The Republic of Ireland are reportedly targeting 17-year old Rangers winger Josh McPake to play for the Boys in Green, despite him representing Scotland at U17 level. According to reports in the Scottish media, the FAI are looking to snatch McPake from under Scotland’s nose with the Ibrox standout qualifying to play for Ireland through his grandmother. McPake is extremely …

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Report: Rangers To Snub Guard Of Honour For Champions Celtic

Rangers are reportedly set to snub the traditional title guard of honour for champions Celtic ahead of Sunday’s Old Firm clash at Ibrox. The guard of honour is traditional once a club become champions but according to the Daily Record, Rangers have no plans to applaud their rivals onto the field. No official announcement has been made by the club …

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Gerrard Proud As Rangers Revive Title Bid Against Livingston

Steven Gerrard got the response he was looking for as Rangers bounced back from a midweek defeat by Kilmarnock with a 3-0 win at Livingston on Sunday that reignited their Scottish Premiership title bid. Ryan Jack gave Rangers a 30th-minute lead before second-half goals from Ryan Kent and Alfredo Morelos made the points safe for the visitors. Victory left Rangers …

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Gerrard Ends Former Boss Rodgers’ Old Firm Dominance

Steven Gerrard emerged victorious in the Old Firm clash with his former Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers as Rangers deservedly beat champions and bitter rivals Celtic 1-0 on Saturday. It was Rodgers first experience of defeat in 13 meetings with Rangers and puts Gerrard’s side level on points with Celtic, though the latter stay top courtesy of a better goal difference. …

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Rangers Take Top Spot As Hibs Rock Celtic

Daniel Candeias fired Rangers to the top of the Scottish Premiership as Steven Gerrard’s side beat Hamilton 1-0, while champions Celtic crashed to a surprise 2-0 defeat at Hibernian on Sunday. Rangers led the Scottish top-flight two weeks ago before stumbles against Aberdeen and Dundee saw them surrender top spot. Gerrard’s men are now back in pole position, ahead of …

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Celtic Through To Europa League Knockouts, Rangers Eliminated

Europe League Draw

Celtic are through to the knockout stages of the Europa League, despite losing disappointingly at home. The Scottish champions hosted Salzburg, knowing that they needed to score if Red Bull Leipzig won against lowly Rosenborg, who were yet to score a point in Group B. Celtic were under the cosh throughout the tie, and fell behind in the second half …

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Three And Easy For Table-Topping Celtic And Rangers

Celtic moved two points clear at the top of the Scottish Premiership as Ryan Christie’s early strike, a Scott Martin own goal and Leigh Griffiths’s free-kick earned a 3-0 win at Hamilton on Saturday. Steven Gerrard’s Rangers moved into second with an equally convincing 3-0 win over Livingston, but Hearts’ slump continued in a shock 2-0 defeat at St Mirren. …

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Rangers Put Seven Past Motherwell As Celtic Top Scottish Premiership

Steven Gerrard’s Rangers enjoyed a 7-1 rout of 10-man Motherwell on Sunday as Celtic moved to the top of the Scottish Premiership for the first time this season following a goalless draw with Livingston. Reigning Scottish champions Celtic now lead the standings on goal difference from Hearts, with a game in hand over the Edinburgh club. But Rangers are now …

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Rangers Defeated In Seven Goal Europa League Thriller

Steven Gerrard’s Rangers have fallen to a 4-3 defeat away to Spartak Moscow in the Europa League on Thursday in an extraordinary game.  Rangers were looking to reach the knockout stages of a European tournament for the first time since 2010/11. Before tonight, they were 11 games unbeaten in Europe and six consecutive away European matches unbeaten. They went into …

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Linesman Left Bleeding After Object Thrown During Rangers Loss

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard warned his side could forget about winning the Scottish Premiership title if they suffered many more repeats of Sunday’s shock 1-0 loss away to Livingston. Defeat left Rangers in sixth place and meant they were now eight points adrift of leaders Hearts just seven games into the season. Craig Levein’s table-toppers from Edinburgh travel to Ibrox …

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Celtic Beat Rangers In Gerrard’s First Old Firm Derby

Steven Gerrard’s first taste of the Old Firm derby ended in defeat as Olivier Ntcham’s goal handed Celtic a 1-0 win on Sunday and Brendan Rodgers first blood in his battle with the former Liverpool captain. Defeat was also Gerrard’s first in 13 games as Rangers manager, but on this evidence, there is still some work to do for the …

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