Monday, 10 July 2017

Rangers v Killie - Monday friendly report

 Article by: Ibrox Noise

According to reports, Rangers today played a closed-door friendly at Auchenhowie against SPL rivals Kilmarnock, in not dissimilar a fashion to the friendlies played this summer thus far as part of manager Pedro Caixinha’s pre-season program.

According to claims, the home side prevailed 2-1, with goals allegedly by Josh Windass and the ever-reliable Kenny Miller.

It is not known as yet what the team XI was, or indeed if these reports of a Rangers win are entirely accurate, but it would be a step in the right direction following recent stumbles in both friendlies and competitive action.

Kilmarnock had a very decent season finishing second top of their post-split group, with only Ross County and their ex-free scoring striker Liam Boyce above them, so Rangers taking the win today would be a decent boost in preparation for Fir Park next month.

Naturally the sterile environment of a closed-door friendly is hardly a substitute for match day, but during this fluctuating period at Ibrox, the morale will have taken a much needed jolt from such a result.

9 comments:

  1. Saw this on another illustrious site a minute ago.Better if it true,it's a win at least. Also rumours Morelos has done his ligaments.Just what I'm hearing before anyone starts.

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  2. Left playing friendliest behind closed doors. FFS....this us Rangers! Sad days.

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  3. When I see that Windass was playing I wonder what is going on. We should be looking at a first eleven that will start games and if Windass is in that then I will seriously question what we wasted our money on. The more I hear the less confident that I become. I can see us starting the season with four or five of last years failures!

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    1. Maybe we are looking at the first eleven,and i am with you what was that all about.

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  4. If the result is true doesn't fill me with confidence that it's two players from last years squad on the score sheet n again king Kenny carrying the squad once again.

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  5. Though the straits be broad or narrow...

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  6. It is really poor that we cannot arrange a friendly against a decent team at Ibrox. Plenty of supports would attend.

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  7. Not impressed by the whole setup at Rangers from the top to the bottom. Looks as though the support yet again are going to have a long season in front of them. Mr King is not the man we need at the helm and the manager is looking as though he is way out of his depth, Rangers F.C deserve better as do the supporters. I have not heard or seen anything that makes me feel confident that our club will move forward in the way that most supporters would have envisioned. The vultures (press)are waiting to pick over the bones and Mr King is doing nothing but make comments that make our club look stupid and embarrass the fans

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  8. "second top of their post-secondary group"...so 8th? 3 places above relegation.

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