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LEE McCULLOCH insists Rangers can bounce back from their crushing 2-0 League Cup final defeat to Celtic this afternoon.

Walter Smith's side had chances to win the Old Firm derby at Hampden in regulation time but couldn't find the net.

And when the game went to extra-time, strikes by Darren O'Dea and Aiden McGeady gave the Parkhead side victory.

With the SPL and Scottish Cup still up for grabs, this could yet be a very good season for the Light Blues if they can get their hands on those trophies.

McCulloch is adamant he and his team-mates will respond in the right manner when they get back to league business against Hearts on Saturday at Ibrox.

He said: "It doesn't feel good to lose a game such as this one and I think the only positive we can take from it is that we've still got two trophies to go for.

"Things are bad just now and it doesn't make it any easier to handle today's defeat but we would definitely take the SPL over this trophy.

"Of course, we wanted to lift the cup but it wasn't to be and while this is a sore one, we'll be back challenging next week.

"We can bounce back. That's the thing about being at a club like Rangers - when you have a setback, it's all about how you respond.

"I've no doubts we'll do that. We'll take a couple of days off then get back to training as usual and we'll look forward to the Hearts game.

"It's all about how we work this week. We need to be professional and get our heads up as we've still got plenty to go for."

McCulloch showed his class as he conceded Celtic probably merited their win for their performance in the additional 30 minutes.

And he had sympathy for team-mate Kirk Broadfoot, who was sent off for fouling McGeady seconds before the Celtic winger converted the resulting penalty.

McCulloch added: "There wasn't much in the game and I think the first goal was always going to be crucial.

"There were a few half chances towards the end of normal time but nothing clear cut. We could have nicked it and on another day we might have.

"But once Celtic went ahead, I thought they looked a bit more comfortable than us as the game opened up.

"We had to go chasing them but they picked us off and got the penalty. I thought Broaders did really well and was a wee bit unlucky to get sent off."

http://www.rangers.premiumtv.co.uk/page/Ne...1591596,00.html

'we'll take a couple of days off' - fuck off, just fuck off. That say's it all about this club.

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LEE McCULLOCH insists Rangers can bounce back from their crushing 2-0 League Cup final defeat to Celtic this afternoon.

Walter Smith's side had chances to win the Old Firm derby at Hampden in regulation time but couldn't find the net.

And when the game went to extra-time, strikes by Darren O'Dea and Aiden McGeady gave the Parkhead side victory.

With the SPL and Scottish Cup still up for grabs, this could yet be a very good season for the Light Blues if they can get their hands on those trophies.

McCulloch is adamant he and his team-mates will respond in the right manner when they get back to league business against Hearts on Saturday at Ibrox.

He said: "It doesn't feel good to lose a game such as this one and I think the only positive we can take from it is that we've still got two trophies to go for.

"Things are bad just now and it doesn't make it any easier to handle today's defeat but we would definitely take the SPL over this trophy.

"Of course, we wanted to lift the cup but it wasn't to be and while this is a sore one, we'll be back challenging next week.

"We can bounce back. That's the thing about being at a club like Rangers - when you have a setback, it's all about how you respond.

"I've no doubts we'll do that. We'll take a couple of days off then get back to training as usual and we'll look forward to the Hearts game.

"It's all about how we work this week. We need to be professional and get our heads up as we've still got plenty to go for."

McCulloch showed his class as he conceded Celtic probably merited their win for their performance in the additional 30 minutes.

And he had sympathy for team-mate Kirk Broadfoot, who was sent off for fouling McGeady seconds before the Celtic winger converted the resulting penalty.

McCulloch added: "There wasn't much in the game and I think the first goal was always going to be crucial.

"There were a few half chances towards the end of normal time but nothing clear cut. We could have nicked it and on another day we might have.

"But once Celtic went ahead, I thought they looked a bit more comfortable than us as the game opened up.

"We had to go chasing them but they picked us off and got the penalty. I thought Broaders did really well and was a wee bit unlucky to get sent off."

http://www.rangers.premiumtv.co.uk/page/Ne...1591596,00.html

'we'll take a couple of days off' - fuck off, just fuck off. That say's it all about this club.

I just can not believe McCulloch has said that again. FUCK OFF!!!!! What did he actually do today? The only good thing he's ever done is be a Rangers fan! Well there was that goal in Lyon, plus the stunner against Aberdeen. But other than that, pish all.

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they have got a fuckin cheek to have a couple of days off!!!

they should be lined up and slapped based on that pish today!!!!!

2nd best again!!! NOT GOOD ENOUGH.

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