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Rangers Ace Completes Season Long Loan Switch

Rangers winger Glenn Middleton has completed his move to Hibernian. The 19-year-old will spend the season on loan at Easter Road, despite manager Steven Gerrard initially confirming he could be off to NAC Breda. Middleton had a medical in Edinburgh last week, and he was said to be in the stands when Hibs won their …

‘Best Game In A Rangers Shirt’ ‘Phenomenal Display’ Fans On Social Media Are All Praising Rangers Talent After Starring Against Hibs

Ryan Jack

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard singled out Ryan Jack for praise after his performance in the 6-1 thrashing of Hibernian yesterday. The 27-year-old was instrumental in the middle of the park, pulling the strings to help the Gers to a comfortable home win. With Jermain Defoe getting a hat-trick and Alfredo Morelos scoring twice, the midfielder’s …

‘He’s No Ryan Kent’ ‘He’s Fast, That’s It. Shocking Signing’ Fans On Twitter Disappointed As Rangers Close In On Ninth Summer Signing

Brandon Barker

Rangers are close to signing Manchester City winger Brandon Barker, according to reports in the UK. The 22-year-old is expected to sign on a permanent basis with a deal set to be finalised by the end of the week. The Englishman has spent the last four seasons out on loan at the likes of NAC …

Rangers Ace Undergoes Medical Ahead Of Switch Away From Ibrox

Rangers winger Glenn Middleton has undergone a medical ahead of a loan switch to Hibernian, according to reports in the Scottish media. The 19-year-old was expected to make the move to Dutch club NAC Breda but it appears that Hibs have won the race. The midfielder made 29 appearances in all competitions for the Gers …

Jack’s Call For A Mentality Shift At Rangers Hits The Nail On The Head

By all accounts, it has been a pretty successful first season for Steven Gerrard at Rangers. Nobody knew what to expect when the Liverpool legend was appointed considering his lack of managerial experience, but after accruing eight more points in the final standings than the tumultuous 2017/18 campaign, there are clear signs of progress. There …