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Neither Nicky or the Daily record on the verge of winning popularity contests about here however this is a enjoyable read. Triple training sessions and methods discussed. Encouraging stuff.

Can someone pls copy/paste. My phone is giving me grief.

http://www.<No links to this website>/sport/football/football-news/nicky-law-reveals-new-rangers-6068700

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Nicky Law reveals new Rangers boss Mark Warburton has held one-on-one pep talks with every player

07:23, 15 July 2015

IBROX midfielder says former Brentford manager laid down exactly what he expects from each squad member during individual chats with Gers stars.

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Rangers midfielder Nicky Law says Ibrox stars know exactly what is expected of them now

RANGERS midfielder Nicky Law has revealed new boss Mark Warburton sits down with the Ibrox squad and speaks to each player individually.

And the Light Blues ace told how his incoming gaffer lay on the line what is expected of them.

Law is convinced the players will be flying come the start of the campaign after having a one-to-one briefing with Warburton.

And he admitted on the Rangers website that it was all beneficial ahead of the new season.

Law said: “It was good to come in after the summer. I had a good meeting with the manager.

“His message was clear – to give him everything I have from day one and that is what I’ve been doing.

“I’ve come in and done as much as I can and hopefully he has been impressed by me.

“It’s about concentrating on being here. I enjoy it and this year there is a feeling of excitement around the club, probably for the first time since I’ve been here.

“We are looking forward to the new season and we have a young squad of players at the minute.

“The new philosophy and style of play I feel could complement me and a lot of the other boys’ games.

“The manager had a one-on-one meeting with a lot of the boys and I had one which was about five or 10 minutes long.

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Mark Warburton

“It was to introduce himself and speak about the things that he wants from his players, the things he expects.

“There was no grey area from day one because everybody knows the standards he expects.

“If you drop below those I don’t think it would be accepted and you would find yourself out of the team or maybe even out of the club.”

Law revealed that a number of new measures have been introduced at Murray Park with the aim of having the players in peak condition even before they start training each morning.

He said: “From day one the manager changed little things.

“We are in earlier now, we have a hydration test in the morning and everybody has to be at a certain hydration level before they train.

“It is all little things, like the food upstairs changing. It is a bit healthier up there now, which has a few lads complaining.

“He is putting his stamp on things and he hasn’t done it all at once, it has been gradual.

“But everyone has enjoyed the changes and been working as hard as they can.

“It is new and it has been enjoyable but it has been tough as well

“We have been having triple sessions most days.”

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Hate this rancid gutter rhag even talking about my club ,never mind speaking to any of our players ..It just gives me the boke .And I'm certain Law will be the guy for sound bites this season just to stir things up .

This is word by word the exact same story on the Rangers official site.

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Don't read either Goat but the fact we even discuss or use the name of this paper is depressing .It's basically the beggars view dressed up

What can you do when they take it from the website though i don't think anyone has spoken to the day late retard.

For the record i would ban them and the BBC forever but with Paul Murray praising the retard i don't see that happening

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Don't read either Goat but the fact we even discuss or use the name of this paper is depressing .It's basically the beggars view dressed up

Do you know what I find funny? That mhob say the same we do about the paper only they call it the Daily Ranger.

Personally, I think leave the paranoia to them, it's a paper it's supposed to write headlines to get buyers.

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Do you know what I find funny? That mhob say the same we do about the paper only they call it the Daily Ranger.

Personally, I think leave the paranoia to them, it's a paper it's supposed to write headlines to get buyers.

It isn't paranoid if they are taking money from THEM though

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Promising signs, I like the fact he's spoke to each individual player.

I said yesterday, I've been told he's working on things that are completely new to all the players, bar a couple possibly, it's all about rotations and movement on and off the ball, the ball is moved with purpose and the players will follow a pattern that best suits, it's all very encouraging.

They are being asked to think three or four steps ahead during a phase of play, with the aim to isolate our attacking players or get in behind their defence. There will be three or four options for the player on the ball, and depending on who receives it, it changes our next rotation and phase. Some top level stuff.

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EXCLUSIVE - The Procurator Fiscal currently working with Mark Warburton's management team has revealed Warburton and Weir have taken to a watchtower specially constructed to view over Auchenhowie training sessions. As well as there being 3 sessions a day the management team is keen to remove harmful residual memories of Ally McCoist's stand-up sessions. With a specialist coach brought in from Her Majesty's forces, Warburton and Weir decide who has been the weakest in the previous 3 sessions and there's a sharp, loud, "crack" breaking the silence. Crows fly away from nearby tree's and the procurator fiscal takes to the pitch to remove the body. David Templeton should be enjoying a 4th season of running a mock at Rangers, instead today he's being dragged off the training ground by a meat hook. having looked podgy and showing little in the way of work ethic Warburton had seen enough. There is decidedly a renewed effort on the part of the remaining players in this session. Nicky Law has been told - "i don't want you being anonymous on the field, just to the rhags sonny". He's doing laps just now that had been debated prior to Templeton's swift exit from Ibrox. Tomorrows session involves a mystery African animal and Wallace has been given a clue as to what it is, he says "The manager looked me in the eye and said we'll see just how fucking fast you are,...I don't know what it is but I'm hoping it's a panda". Lee Wallace looked visibly distressed and refocused on training when we explained that panda's are not African. Turn to page 52...

What the actual fuck?

Was that an attempt at humour or are you just seriously unhinged?

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EXCLUSIVE - The Procurator Fiscal currently working with Mark Warburton's management team has revealed Warburton and Weir have taken to a watchtower specially constructed to view over Auchenhowie training sessions. As well as there being 3 sessions a day the management team is keen to remove harmful residual memories of Ally McCoist's stand-up sessions. With a specialist coach brought in from Her Majesty's forces, Warburton and Weir decide who has been the weakest in the previous 3 sessions and there's a sharp, loud, "crack" breaking the silence. Crows fly away from nearby tree's and the procurator fiscal takes to the pitch to remove the body. David Templeton should be enjoying a 4th season of running a mock at Rangers, instead today he's being dragged off the training ground by a meat hook. having looked podgy and showing little in the way of work ethic Warburton had seen enough. There is decidedly a renewed effort on the part of the remaining players in this session. Nicky Law has been told - "i don't want you being anonymous on the field, just to the rhags sonny". He's doing laps just now that had been debated prior to Templeton's swift exit from Ibrox. Tomorrows session involves a mystery African animal and Wallace has been given a clue as to what it is, he says "The manager looked me in the eye and said we'll see just how fucking fast you are,...I don't know what it is but I'm hoping it's a panda". Lee Wallace looked visibly distressed and refocused on training when we explained that panda's are not African. Turn to page 52...

"Lee Wallace looked visibly distressed and refocused on training when we explained that pandas are not African."

:lol:

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EXCLUSIVE - The Procurator Fiscal currently working with Mark Warburton's management team has revealed Warburton and Weir have taken to a watchtower specially constructed to view over Auchenhowie training sessions. As well as there being 3 sessions a day the management team is keen to remove harmful residual memories of Ally McCoist's stand-up sessions. With a specialist coach brought in from Her Majesty's forces, Warburton and Weir decide who has been the weakest in the previous 3 sessions and there's a sharp, loud, "crack" breaking the silence. Crows fly away from nearby tree's and the procurator fiscal takes to the pitch to remove the body. David Templeton should be enjoying a 4th season of running a mock at Rangers, instead today he's being dragged off the training ground by a meat hook. having looked podgy and showing little in the way of work ethic Warburton had seen enough. There is decidedly a renewed effort on the part of the remaining players in this session. Nicky Law has been told - "i don't want you being anonymous on the field, just to the rhags sonny". He's doing laps just now that had been debated prior to Templeton's swift exit from Ibrox. Tomorrows session involves a mystery African animal and Wallace has been given a clue as to what it is, he says "The manager looked me in the eye and said we'll see just how fucking fast you are,...I don't know what it is but I'm hoping it's a panda". Lee Wallace looked visibly distressed and refocused on training when we explained that panda's are not African. Turn to page 52...

Someone's not well...

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i know its been done to death and we are looking forward finally but you really have to wonder what the fuck was happening under McCoist at Auchenhowie.

reading all this about triple sessions and hydration tests every morning i remember the story of McCoist baring eez arse to and the players trying to hit it

makes me shudder thinking about it

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Shows the previous regime up some of the comments and also the players. When we played against some other teams they where so much fitter as the players where obviously taking individual responsibility for fitness. Here all they did was drive to murray park in their Range Rover's and arse about for a while before going home.

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