Tuesday, 4 September 2018

"Rangers lost credibilty" - star signing speaks out


In a wide ranging interview, Rangers’ Croatian left back Borna Barisic has claimed the club lost credibility in the lower leagues, but has praised manager Steven Gerrard for his influence.

The former Osijek man is away on international duty with his country, which in itself is amazing credibility for Rangers to see our top stars play for the world cup finalists, but spared a moment to speak to his national press and extoll the virtues of Gerrard and his ability to restore Rangers’ credibility.

He said:

"I think he has changed the attitude toward Rangers, who have lost some credibility in Scottish football down in the third division and their return to the Premier League. However, Gerrard's arrival has changed this for the better. It seems to us that he is looking at us altogether with independent eyes."

There is no denying that while Sunday’s Old Firm was a bitter pill to swallow, and reminds us there’s still work to be done, Gerrard’s overall start has certainly exceeded expectations, particularly in Europe.

And Barisic certainly makes a valid point that Rangers’ influence and credibility in Scottish football weaned over the past few years. Whether Gerrard will indeed completely restore the Rangers we expect remains to be seen, but the fledgling signs are promising.


8 comments:

  1. I like Barisic a lot we have a player of real quality in him..he's still finding his feet and did tend to try to hard on Sunday ..He is spot on with his observation ...We really have to patient ...the results will come Steven Gerrard and his coaches will take stock from the OF game and look at the Rotten Mob in depth ...let's not forget the nucleus of those playing on Sunday are in their 4th or 5th season at the midden ..We will defeat them... No Surrender Ever πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§πŸ‘

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  2. even alex ferguson nearly got sacked at man utd.
    copy levein stevie g.

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  3. Rangers credibility certainly suffered. But so did Scottish football.

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    1. Spot Alan and it's never recovered no matter what spin they put on it ..the Rotten Mob are as good it is in Scotland because of no real challenges

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  4. Why has nobody mentioned the tackle that Ajer put in on McGregor ? The fucker went in with his studs up aimed at the keepers head , no wonder he retaliated , ( sorry to change the subject ) .

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    1. Correct and nothing said,he tried to take McGregor out cause they know how good he is πŸ’ͺ

      LETS GO WATP πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§

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  5. His work-rate is good and non-lazy players, are always appreciated. He's doing well for us and long may it continue.

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  6. Spot On Borna! πŸ’ͺπŸ”΄⚪⭕

    Also Hope Scumdee United fail to get promotion from this season πŸ˜‚

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