Showing posts with label Auchenhowie. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Auchenhowie. Show all posts

Thursday, 26 October 2017

Rangers should restore 63-year old axed ruthlessly by ex-manager

With goalkeeping coach Jose Belman exiting Ibrox along with the rest of his Portuguese colleagues, is there a strong case for a return for one of Rangers’ most loyal servants over the past 30 years?

Jim Stewart was one of the first casualties of the diabolical Caixinha regime, the reliable 63 year old Rangers stalwart whose duties at Ibrox were part of the fabric of the place, and he was as appalled as anyone at being cut out in the manner he was.

Sunday, 8 October 2017

Interest growing in reported Rangers target

As reported on the site at the tail end of last month, Rangers have been strongly linked with St Mirren midfielder Lewis Morgan. Recent reports claim Pedro’s men have recently upped their interest in the 21-year old who currently sits second in the Championship scoring standings with an impressive five goals from eight matches.

The Buddies similarly sit a point clear at the top of Scotland’s second top tier and a great deal of that is thanks to Morgan, who is impressing many admirers at the moment, and has been linked with a few clubs, not just the Ibrox men.

Thursday, 29 September 2016

Was Murray Park renamed?

Eagle-eyed Bears will have noticed this oddity on Rangers’ official website prior to the trip to Pittodrie, and the lack of attention on it remains curious.

Rangers’ photographer Kirk O’Rourke as usual capturing the squad in action, but the title of the location at which they trained was neither Auchenhowie OR Murray Park, but rather 'The Rangers Football Centre’.

Tuesday, 24 May 2016

Joey Barton; the latest

 Greg Roots

It has been confirmed by a multitude of media outlets that Joey Barton will undergo a medical at Auchenhowie today, with the 33 year old Burnley player of the year expected to put pen to paper on a 2 year deal shortly after completion of the medical. It is also believed that the offer has an option to add 1 extra year to the deal upon expiration in the format of a rolling contract, similar to how Kenny Miller extended his stay with us.

This signing will be a major coup for manager Mark Warburton and will provide a much needed boost so shortly after our disappointment at Hampden on Saturday. It represents a real statement, signing players with proven experience and key leadership skills will help to bolster out exposed defence at the same time as providing vital insight to our younger players who will thrive under such guidance.

Wednesday, 13 April 2016

Sky Sports News - LIVE from Murray Park

Sky Sports News Now will today be live from Murray Park, in a first for Scottish football.

In an unprecedented move north of the border, Sky Sports’ Rob Wotton will host a special feature at 10AM live from Auchenhowie, showcasing Rangers’ facilities and world class training ground and discussing promotion.

Thursday, 21 January 2016

Warburton distances himself from striker target

Rangers manager Mark Warburton has distanced himself from former Murray Park trialist Vladislas Gutovskis' recent pleas for a deal at Ibrox.

The Latvian striker spent a period at Auchenhowie endeavouring to impress Warburton, and even managed a hat trick during his time in Govan, but the Skonto Riga star is unlikely to find himself making the switch to Scotland.

He said:

Thursday, 29 October 2015

John Eustace latest injury setback

The increasingly saddening John Eustace saga appears to have taken yet another turn for the worse today with unconfirmed reports the former Derby anchor suffered a further injury breakdown in training at Murray Park.

Following multiple setbacks since he arrived at Auchenhowie, Eustace returned south for supposed family reasons but arrived back at Ibrox to resume training, only for yet another problem to apparently force him off the pitch.

Friday, 3 July 2015

Report: all the trialists at Murray Park

With the summer transfer window well underway in earnest (is it not nice to be discussing this stuff these days!), felt it a worthwhile idea to take its readers through the trialists currently going through their paces at Murray Park, and leave it up to you as to whether you want said individuals to win a permanent deal or not.

Today we learned John Eustace joins the others in trying to win a deal, but as examined earlier on this site, the conditions of his trial are certainly a tad more unique with Rangers under the spotlight every inch as much as he is. But what kind of player is Eustace?