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Having just returned from an extended family holiday in the unspoiled blue skies of the Ionian Sea, I know just how hot it is in Eastern Europe at the moment. With temperatures well over 30degC, the heat will certainly be on the Rangers team that plays in Macedonia later this afternoon. However, anything less than progression into the next Europa League qualifying round would only increase that heat further - both on the manager and his players, not to mention those that sanctioned all the summer changes.
Towards the end of last season, we launched our new Gersnet Podcast and we've been delighted with the response across the community with thousands of views and hundreds of subscribers across the various platforms. As promised the pod will be available on a regular basis so today we're very happy to bring you our second episode of season 2018/19!
Brandon Barker, freshly on as a second-half substitute, skipped past James Tavernier with relative ease and cut it back for Jamie MacLaren to bundle over the line and the 2017/2018 season finishes with a 5-5 draw and third place confirmed. If anything summed up our season, that was it. We were the top scorers in the league with 76 goals, three ahead of champions Celtic but conceded exactly double their goals against with 50 conceded resulting in the seventh best defensive record in the league over 38 games.
Scotland may not have qualified for the World Cup but there will be a few players from Scottish Premiership clubs involved in the tournament.
...she'd be yer Uncle!" So the saying goes.
There’s a basic rule of thumb that wherever competition exists then you have to put effort in to just stand still, to keep your place. To stay ahead you have to adapt, react and put the work in, put more and better work in than those you’re competing against. As soon as you ease off then others will step up and take your place - especially when that place is at the top of the pile.
- 17 July 2018
- Philip II Arena, Skopje
- KO 4.55pm - Live on TV
Ibrox Stadium is a football stadium located on the south side of the River Clyde, on Edmiston Drive in the Ibrox district of Glasgow. It is the home ground of Scottish Premier League club Rangers and has an all-seated capacity of 51,082. Ibrox is presently the third largest football stadium in Scotland and tenth largest stadium in the United Kingdom. You can view a full gallery of stadium images below this article.
From every corner of the world have come visitors to Ibrox Stadium, eager to see the home of The Rangers Football Club. Every week during the season you will find a constant stream of people from every walk of life on the weekly pilgrimage. And when their tour of inspection is over, you will, I have no doubt, hear them say: "It is truly a wonderful stadium - and wasn't the Trophy Room just terrific."