Sunday, 5 April 2015

Stuart McCall: "It all changed at Easter Road"

Rangers manager Stuart McCall has emphasised the importance of the victory at Easter Road as the kick-start his side needed to finally discover form.

Having drawn their first two matches under his tutelage, Rangers went to Edinburgh adopting a 3-5-2 formation, and produced a combination of tactical brilliance from their boss, and hard work and determination from the players.

McCall said:

"We went to Easter Road and since then they've lost three and we've won three. But football can change so quickly. Obviously we didn't start great with the two home draws, but I think the victory at Easter Road was huge.”

McCall altered the tactical approach to the visit to Easter Road and it worked, and clearly that outcome showed the quality Rangers really have, and finally it gave the players confidence.

He continued:

"We all know there are good players in that dressing-room, but when confidence is low it's difficult. But now we are beginning to get the chest out and the chins up and show what it means to play for the jersey."

The difference McCall has made with a combination of tactical tinkering and continuity while believing in his players has been night and day, and promotion is starting to look certain, rather than impossible.

1 comment:

  1. All I would say is bring back our own loan players 4 next season in mind. Don't spend like before, we don't need 2 .Believe me semtex f.c. are not as good as they think they R.


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