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3 days ago

Rangers find a way to win

RangersRangers
Queen of the SouthQueen of the South
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2
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Marius Zaliukas and Bilel Mohsni made up for a shaky defensive display by netting goals that helped Rangers twice come from behind to beat Queen of the South 4-2 at Ibrox.

Zaliukas cancelled out Gavin Reilly's opener when he headed home but his mistake allowed Queens to regain the lead through Iain Russell.

David Templeton finished brilliantly to level the scores within a minute of coming on as a half-time substitute and Mohsni headed Rangers in front in the 64th minute.

And Kenny Miller made sure ...

7 days ago

Boyd at the double

Queen's ParkQueen's Park
RangersRangers
1
2
FT
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Kris Boyd headed a double to edge Rangers past a spirited Queen's Park side into the second round of the League Cup.

Boyd headed Rangers into the lead after seven minutes but a mistake from goalkeeper Steve Simonsen allowed Tony Quinn to level in the 31st minute.

However, Boyd nodded home from close range just after the break to earn Rangers a 2-1 victory at Airdrie's Excelsior Stadium and set up a clash with Inverness.

Rangers manager Ally McCoist named a strong team with just one change from the ...

Aug 23, 2014

Rangers 4-1 Dumbarton

RangersRangers
DumbartonDumbarton
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1
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Rangers rounded off a good week's work with a comfortable 4-1 win over Dumbarton - taking their tally of goals to 12 in the process.

First-half goals from Lee McCulloch and Darren McGregor set Rangers up for another home win on the back of Monday's 8-1 hammering of Clyde.

And although it was a gutsy performance from Dumbarton, a second-half strike from Nicky Clark and an own goal from Chris Turner left Ian Murray's on the wrong of another crushing defeat - with only a Bilel Mohsni own goal for con...

Aug 18, 2014

Gers spoil Ferguson homecoming

RangersRangers
ClydeClyde
8
1
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Former Rangers captain Barry Ferguson endured a miserable return to Ibrox as his Clyde team were on the end of a Kris Boyd hat-trick and an 8-1 Petrofac Training Cup thrashing.

Boyd marked his 31st birthday by netting his first goals since returning to Rangers and another of Ferguson's former team-mates, Lee McCulloch, also bagged a double.

But young players Lewis Macleod and Fraser Aird were arguably the stars of the show. Macleod notched two impressive finishes with either foot and formed a pote...

Aug 15, 2014

Rangers leave it late

FalkirkFalkirk
RangersRangers
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2
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Rangers scored twice in the final 12 minutes to defeat Falkirk 2-0 and record their first Scottish Championship victory of the new season.

Falkirk had the better of much of the match and the visitors had Cammy Bell to thank for two crucial second-half saves to deny Alex Cooper and David McCracken when the scores were level.

Lewis MacLeod then broke the deadlock in the 78th minute when his strike took a fortunate deflection off Will Vaulks to beat a helpless Jamie MacDonald in the home goal, while ...