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Yesterday | Scotsman.com

David Templeton shows worth by digging out Rangers

ON A day of protests by Rangers supporters at Ibrox, it was one of the club's players who produced the biggest demonstration of the lot.

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Sunday | Scotsman.com

Rumour Mill: Lawwell | Griffiths | Kluivert

CELTIC are losing significant sums of money without their Old Firm rivals, Leigh Griffiths may be heading back to Easter Road, and Patrick Kluivert has applied for the Ross County manager's role.

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Sunday | The Daily Record

Gordon Waddell: Like Thelma and Louise, Rangers have arrived at their ...

GORDON reckons Rangers are at the edge of a precipice but the cash crisis hasn't stopped the club signing back-up keeper Lee Robinson in a move typical of the way the club has been run for the past few years.

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Sat Aug 30, 2014

The Daily Record

Rangers 4 Queen of the South 2: Rangers come twice from behind to...

Goals from Marius Zaliukas and Bilel Mohsni helped Rangers save face against a confident Queens side, but shaky defending was responsible for letting the Doonhamers out in front twice in one game.

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Football.co.uk

Rangers 4-2 Queen of South: Match Report

Rangers 4-2 Queen of South: Match Report - view commentary, squad, and statistics of the game as it happened.

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Sunday Herald

Rangers 4 Queen of the South 2: Rangers come from behind after shaky defence

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.

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Fri Aug 29, 2014

The Daily Record

Ally McCoist hopes cash-strapped Rangers don't flog off his star ...

IBROX manager knows vultures will be circling given the club's precarious position but he reveals he has not been told of any need to sell players.

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The Daily Record

Barry Ferguson: Celtic boss Ronny Deila has found out that winning is ...

FORMER Rangers skipper BARRY gives his take on Celtic's woes and says the problems facing boss Deila are not too dissimilar to the ones which forced Le Guen out of Ibrox eight years ago.

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The Daily Record

Crunch time for the Sons as they get ready to fight for vital league points

Dumbarton will face Livingston tomorrow in their biggest game of the season so far as another defeat could mean serious trouble for the part-time team.

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Sporting Life

Inverness can prove their win over Celtic to be no fluke

In the Scottish Premier I like the look of Inverness to beat Kilmarnock. Kilmarnock have had a midweek derby in the League Cup against Ayr which they won 1-0 and I still think they are coming to terms with the loss of Kris Boyd to Rangers during the summer.

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Wed Aug 27, 2014

Sunday Herald

McCulloch: We are in a much better place now

TWO years ago the Rangers team thrown together in the aftermath of liquidation and football sanctions was no match for Inverness Caledonian Thistle, who swatted them out of the League Cup with some ease.

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Scotsman.com

Rumour Mill: Celtic fans protest | Ronny Deila

Celtic fans protested outside the ground last night after the defeat to Maribor; Ronny Deila admits Celtic were out of their league; Ally McCoist admits Rangers will need to shape up to beat Caley ; Manchester United hammered 4-0 by MK Dons and more in Wednesday's Rumour Mill Furious Celtic fans protested outside of the ground last night after ... (more)

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Tue Aug 26, 2014

Sunday Herald

Kris Boyd double eases Rangers past Queen's Park

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

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Scotsman.com

Queen's Park 1-2 Rangers: Boyd at the double

Though the scoreline may suggest otherwise, Rangers defeated Queen's Park with a degree of comfort in Airdrie.

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The Daily Record

Sports Hotline LIVE: Callers blast Gordon Strachan for snubbing Rangers defender Lee Wallace

There were the usual Hotline gripes with some callers unhappy at his decision not to include Rangers defender Lee Wallace.

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The Northern Scot

Elgin sign former Rangers star

Former Rangers star Marvin Andrews in action for Elgin City during Saturday's 1-0 win over Clyde.

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Evening Times

Ally: Rangers stars can be power of Scotland

ALLY McCoist today insisted his Rangers stars can force their way into the Scotland set-up for the Euro 2016 qualifying campaign, despite playing in the second tier.

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Mon Aug 25, 2014

Sunday Herald

An iconic Ibrox image inspires McGregor all over again . . .

DURING the darks days in the aftermath of knee ligament surgery, Darren McGregor used to gaze at an image of him scoring for St Mirren against Rangers at Ibrox to seek inspiration.

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Scotsman.com

McCoist eyes date switch for Rangers v East Fife

ALLY McCoist wants to postpone Rangers' Petrofac Training Cup quarter-final against East Fife on 6 September as a result of international call-ups - and has also championed a Scotland return for striker Kris Boyd.

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Vital Football

Hibs Look To Turn Corner

Ian Murray and Guillaume Beuzelin return to their former stomping ground and hope to pull off a League Cup surprise as they bring their Dumbarton squad to Easter Road to face Hibs.

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