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    Dominic Solanke (Liverpool)

    He had a few too many misplaced passes, but added some bite. I think you're right, we'd lost the midfield a little and got it back when he came on.
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    Glenn Middleton

    He's got potential, but I agree with not rushing him into a starting place. One poor game and some of our fans will be all over him.
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    Bolstered at the Back, Still lacking up Top

    That's the main problem. When we did get a fast break, we scored. Thought after the bury game the players would be looking to get forward and make those incisive passes, but it wasn't there tonight. Pressure? Nerves? Lack of quality?
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    *****Official Rangers vs Shkupi match thread*****

    Some of the players also looked a bit nervous. There were a few higher risk/big reward passes potentially on but they were never made. Scared to lose possession? Hopefully they grow and learn to boss the final 3rd
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    *****Official Rangers vs Shkupi match thread*****

    Windass has something but he's wasted on the wing imo. Didn't think the selection worked too well on the rhs going forward. Defence looked solid for the most part, one huge gap left in behind that they got into when Tav was forward but decent overall. Arfield and McCrorie looked decent but there needs to be more creativity in there. Jack disappointed.
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    *****Official Rangers vs Shkupi match thread*****

    These boys are a bit better and they team did look a tad nervous. It'll come together. The goal should open the game up a bit, which will help us get in behind.
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    *****Official Rangers vs Shkupi match thread*****

    High line and pressing is good, but if Tav steps up he needs to make the tackle. Huge gap in behind if he loses the ball if no one covers.
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    Steven Davis

    Mendes I'd guess. What age was he, 29/30?
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    Umar Sadiq

    We had 5 from Newcastle... I think there used to be limits but I've not heard of anything being enforced at all recently.
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    Umar Sadiq

    Not yet, but I'm assuming he will from the STV report.
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    Umar Sadiq

    Not often you see established, quality players available for loan. Hopefully this lad works out, good to have the option of a big tall lad with a bit of pace. That said, I think we do still need another striker, and preferably one that's got a little more experience and with a decent record. Not sure where we'll find someone within our budget though.
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    Disagree. I think he's very dangerous using is pace to come from midfield and into the space either behind the midfield or behind the defence. His header off the bar yesterday, his goal against Aberdeen etc
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    Ayr Utd - Rangers Highlights

    Good goals with a lot of good chances. Well done lads. Top 3 looked dangerous!
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    Wilson Loaned to Dumbarton

    It's easy to look at the loan players who come back and don't make the cut. It's even easier to forget about the vast majority of the youth players who don't go out on loan and still don't make the cut. It's one thing playing against under 20's teams, even if they're good teams from Europe, but that's nothing compared to the kicking a player will get from the likes of Motherwell or any of the Scottish Championship teams. It's clearly not always going to be a good move, but I'd be surprised if the players who go on loan don't learn anything. Even if it's just how lucky they are to be at Ibrox and not some shite hole stadium else where in Scotland.
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    **Official Rangers v Fraserburgh Match Thread**

    Might struggle with the state of the pitch a little.