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Rangers 2018-2019: The season so far...

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We’ve had the least defeats in the league but have had too many draws and lost too many points in the last couple of minutes, a few stats comparing the 17/18 league season to this – we’re scoring 2.05 goals per game compared to 2 goals a game in 17/18, we’re conceding much fewer this season with 0.76 goals a game compared to 1.31 per game last season and are gaining 2 points per game this season compared to just 1.84 last season.

Having said that, we’ve received far too many red cards this season – some of which I personally feel have been unfair but sometimes they've also been silly and deserved.

It is thought Rangers are in discussion with Liverpool over Ryan, either in extending the loan past the season with his contract expiring in summer 2020 or a permanent deal.



Our support can be slightly fickle with loan signings unless they are exceeding expectations and in Joe Worrall he has received heavy criticism from the support.

Nine permanent transfers came in whilst Jamie Murphy made his loan stay permanent and we brought in a further five loanees.

Fourteen new arrivals in one window is quite something and generally we can’t argue with the return so far even if some have failed to live up to the standards expected.

Gerrard has challenged him to show he is a Rangers quality player so hopefully pushes on once his injury properly clears.
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