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  1. Cardiff City numbers game: The legends and the cult heroes who wore the Bluebirds number 4 shirtRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    ... while he works for Stockport Car Supermarket as a salesman. Gavin Rae (2008-11). Scotland international signed from Rangers seven years ago. Effective, hard working midfield player. Played in 2008 FA Cup final v Portsmouth. Has now retired from ...

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  2. Rangers legend Willie Henderson treks 100 miles through African desert in memory of his daughterRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | The Daily Record

    ... I got there in the end. "People may have thought I might have become accustomed to it training with Jock Wallace and Rangers in the dunes at Gullane but that was like running on a pavement compared to the Namib Desert." Willie, who has travelled ...

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  3. Barry Ferguson: Scottish football badly needs the return of an Old...Read the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | The Daily Record

    BARRY says an Old Firm League Cup Final is a match everyone would want to see and reckons it's the game that Scottish football needs to reinvigorate the interest in our game. Well I can tell you I would love nothing more than to see Rangers and Celtic go head to head again in the League Cup - but I'd prefer it to be in the Final rather than the semis.

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  4. Spartans boss long wait to face Barry FergusonRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Scotsman.com

    DOUGIE Samuel never came up against Barry Ferguson in the heat of midfield battle but he will hope his managerial experience is brought to bear over the former Rangers player tomorrow at Ainslie Park. Now at Clyde, Ferguson is preparing to face a second Scottish Cup test as manager when his side travel to face Spartans.

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  5. Lewis MacLeod will be a Rangers legend - unless the club cashes in on ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Record

    DESPERATE for a saviour off the pitch, long-suffering Rangers supporters are also crying out for a hero on it. But former striker Andy Little firmly believes Lewis Macleod has the talent to fill the void and become the next Ibrox legend - providing the club don't cash in on him.

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  6. Video: Celtic kid Kieran Tierney scores from edge of his own penalty boxRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Daily Record

    ... goal came in the 94th minute of the match, with Celtic 2-1 up and Hearts chasing the leveller. The Jambos' former Rangers goalkeeper Scott Gallacher stepped up to the halfway line to take a free kick, which was headed clear and broke for Tierney on ...

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  7. Sports Hotline: Ibrox divided as fan boycott splits the Rangers supportRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Record

    ... lauding him as the new Copland Road Messiah." Esther Allison, emailed: "It astounds me that a small minority of the Rangers support think they have the divine right to determine who shall run the club. Dunky Robertson, London , said: "Ashley is ...

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  8. Rangers striker Kenny Miller makes his case for Ibrox defenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Evening Times

    ... Richard Foster, Darren McGregor, Lee McCulloch and Lee Wallace have now played together in defence in the last four Rangers fixtures. And during that time the League One champions have only conceded one goal, which came in the emphatic 6-1 win over ...

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  9. Rangers keeper Simonsen may have to sit out Sons cup tieRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Evening Times

    RANGERS boss Ally McCoist admitted today that keeper Steve Simonsen is a major doubt for Saturday's Scottish Cup game against Dumbarton. Lee Robinson is set to replace Steve Simonsen, left, who banged his head against a post saving a St Johnstone player's header and was then, top, stretchered off to hospital But the Ibrox boss backed stand-in goalie Lee Robinson to rise to the occasion should Simmo fail to recover in time for the third-round tie at the Bet Butler Stadium.

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  10. Rangers stand-in keeper Lee Robinson vows to step up to mark if Steve ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Record

    ROBINSON is set to make his first start for the Light Blues after replacing an injured Simonsen in the second half of their 1-0 win over St Johnstone on Tuesday. THIS is the picture that shows the damage Steve Simonsen suffered to his head as he helped book a League Cup semi-final spot for Rangers .

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  11. Celtic hat-trick hero John Guidetti warns Rangers they're going...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Record

    GUIDETTI, who used to rise early as a kid in Sweden to watch one of the most famous fixtures in world football, admitted he'd love to play his part in an Old Firm derby. SUPER Swede John Guidetti last night warned Rangers they're going down if he lands his dream of an Old Firm semi-final.

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  12. Paul Tait (right) providing analysis for Blues internet and TV at QPR with commentator Chris AlcockRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | IcLichfield

    ... a good player. At Inverness - and I know the standard isn't fantastic in the SPL - he did very well. "He started at Rangers as a young lad and it is still a tough league up there. But when you make that transition from Scotland to England, it does ...

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  13. Pelle brace send Saints through in thrillerRead the original story

    Wednesday | Vital Football

    ... their lead deservedly when Davis found space on the right hand side after some neat build up play and the former Rangers midfielder had time to calmly pull the ball back to Shane Long to fire through Begovic`s legs from inside the penalty area. It ...

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  14. Somers: I'm sure everything will turn out for the bestRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Sunday Herald

    Talks continued at Ibrox on Wednesday as two of Mike Ashley's associates get to grips with the financial situation of Rangers. Talks continued at Ibrox on Wednesday as two of Mike Ashley's associates get to grips with the financial situation of Rangers.

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  15. Partick Thistle's Dan Seaborne on being attacked, left for dead...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Mirror.co.uk

    ... spoken to a few people at Coventry like Steven Pressley and Andy Webster. "I'm also close to John Fleck who was at Rangers so there were plenty of Scottish lads I could speak to about Glasgow. "I haven't had a lot of luck with injuries and haven't ...

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  16. Rangers keeper Simonsen 'improving'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Newsday

    Rangers say Steve Simonsen's condition has improved, the goalkeeper having been taken to hospital after colliding with a post against St Johnstone. But manager Ally McCoist says the 35-year-old is doubtful for Saturday's Scottish Cup tie away to Dumbarton.

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  17. Macleod books semi-final place for RangersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Evening Times

    A SUBLIME glancing header from Lewis Macleod ensured Rangers victory over St Johnstone - and their second SPFL Premiership scalp of the season. The midfielder, who had scored the winner in the last round against Inverness Caledonian Thistle, rose to meet a Fraser Aird cross with just four minutes remaining.

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  18. Partick Thistle star Danny Seaborne's extraordinary story:...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Daily Record

    ... spoken to a few people at Coventry like Steven Pressley and Andy Webster. "I'm also close to John Fleck who was at Rangers so there were plenty of Scottish lads I could speak to about Glasgow. "I haven't had a lot of luck with injuries and haven't ...

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  19. Rangers 1 St Johnstone 0: No fans, but Rangers stay on course for first major honour since 2011Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Daily Record

    THE investment intentions of Mike Ashley remain unclear but Ally McCoist remains on course to deposit a chunk of silver in the trophy vaults of Ibrox. Rangers fans voted with their feet last night as fewer than 13,000 home supporters turned up to watch Lewis Macleod head his side into the January a semi-final of the League Cup.

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  20. Lewis Macleod: 'I fancy playing Celtic. I'm a Rangers fan ... we can beat anybody'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Sunday Herald

    ... the season last night and made it clear he fancies his chances of adding that of Celtic to the list. The 20-year-old Rangers midfielder scored the goal that knocked Inverness Caledonian Thistle out of the League Cup in the second round and repeated ...

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