Showing posts with label Dunfermline. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Dunfermline. Show all posts

Thursday, 10 August 2017

Rangers rampant - talking points v the Pars

 Article by: Ibrox Noise

There were definitely signs against Motherwell that Pedro Caixinha’s Rangers were on the right track. While the overall performance was not quite magical, there were hints of a combination of good football and the will to win – the match could well have been a loss, but the fact that it was an away win bode well for the direction Rangers were going in.

Indeed, the trio of pre-season friendlies had given us a huge boost too – perhaps a slightly artificial one in light of their being friendlies, but nevertheless two wins and a draw against three very good teams was great for morale and showed Caixinha’s vision might be coming together.

Wednesday, 9 August 2017

"The Three (ex) Bears"


If you will forgive the rather awful headline, tonight Rangers host Dunfermline in the League Cup’s second round with a few small subplots brewing.

First off there is a small debate on the site over whether Pedro Caixinha will ring the changes ala League Cup style in order to give fringe players game time, or whether he will elect for continuity and stick with a similar XI to the last two fixtures.

Monday, 7 August 2017

Seven changes; Rangers' predicted XI for League Cup

 Article by: Ibrox Noise

On Wednesday Rangers’ return to domestic competitive action continues in earnest when Dunfermline arrive at Ibrox on League Cup duty.

With Sunday’s hard fought, gritty but imperfect win fresh in the memory, and it being League Cup time, could Pedro ring the changes with a significantly different XI for Wednesday’s second round fixture.

Ibrox Noise takes you through our preferred starting side and why: