Favourite Player So Far This Year

Who is your favourite Rangers player so far this year?

  • McGregor

    Votes: 3 0.5%
  • Tavernier

    Votes: 396 64.5%
  • Goldson

    Votes: 34 5.5%
  • Helander

    Votes: 1 0.2%
  • Balogun

    Votes: 1 0.2%
  • Barisic

    Votes: 10 1.6%
  • Davis

    Votes: 6 1.0%
  • Jack

    Votes: 7 1.1%
  • Kamara

    Votes: 28 4.6%
  • Arfield

    Votes: 38 6.2%
  • Aribo

    Votes: 30 4.9%
  • Kent

    Votes: 36 5.9%
  • Morelos

    Votes: 1 0.2%
  • Roofe

    Votes: 21 3.4%
  • Other

    Votes: 2 0.3%

  • Total voters


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I'm absolutely loving the resurgence of players that have been written off Goldson Tav and Arfield playing their best stuff since they came in and finally look to be putting the pieces together


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The backroom team have done wonders and it's clear there's full mutual respect and trust between them all. But Tav especially epitomises the improvement in attitude and performance of the whole squad. Thats what leaders should be. Inspirations.

He really seems to have grown up a lot this year and has matured into the sort of captain we need. Whatever it is he's being doing to improve his concentration is working wonders. Really impressed by the way he speaks in the media now too. I think he finally believes in himself as a player and a leader and it's really showing in his level of focus and consistency on and off the pitch.

At this moment in time he's leading us towards something special (no chickens counted yet) and could be on the cusp of greatness and legendary status at the club.

Only one winner at this stage in the season for me. Flawless and faultless so far.


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There are players who are more exciting to watch but the skipper has been huge for us.

Jan Wyck

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Just looked at the votes so far and some players that have been excellent haven't even got a vote yet. Many like me have voted for Tav. I believe this is the case because, not only has he been outstanding but he has travelled much of this painful journey with us. Seeing him lifting silverware this season, would be for many of us, akin to John Greig lifting the League Trophy in 1975.

Also the OP omitted Shane Duffy from the poll and he would have garnered many votes for the comedy value alone. :)


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Because the question says favourite then it has to be Aribo for me. Just a joy to watch, he has been exceptional from the ore season games where he was on a different level to everyone else, curtailed by injury and getting back to his joyous, technical, skilful, play with a smile on his face best.
Favourite = Aribo


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Every single one of them has been giving 100% and I refuse to choose one over the others

Oh, and you forgot to include Mcglaughlin on the list OP


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I have given Tav some criticism in years gone by but this year he is in a league of his own, genuine class!


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Genuinely, a brilliant first 3rd of the season. Tavernier is an absolute machine, but I voted Arfield. He's so intelligent and I love nothing more than seeing that salute.

Gibraltar Loyal

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Every single fuckin one of them.
All stepped up and all aying the team game.
Well done the gaffer and his team for the change in attitude and tactics and well done the players for implementing the plan.
Happy fuckin days

Sam English

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James Tavernier.

He really has stepped up to the mark so far this season. And most of his performances have been outstanding.


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It says a lot about how exceptional he’s been this season that Tav is romping this poll, when you think that Goldson, Davis, Kent, Arfield Roofe, Kamara, Barasic, Jack, Helander and others have been terrific.


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James Tavernier has been impeccable in every single way this season. Outstanding and glad to see him finally getting the love he deserves.


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It's hard to imagine even at this early stage, Tav not sweeping the board when it comes to Player of the Year awards.


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It’s the Skipper by an absolute mile.

I honestly cannot wait to see that man’s commitment, loyalty and skill properly rewarded with silverware lifted above his head


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Never before have wee had such an array of players absolutely smashing it out the park week after week.

I’d go for Tav. Right now he is the best player in Scotland. The man is a machine in his work rate, he’s leading by example, and the amount of goals and assists he is getting is bordering on ridiculous. He deserves the plaudits as well considering the stick he has taken over the last few years when things have gone south.

But frankly, I love them all.
We’re literally pulling quality from the bench every game, by far the best Rangers team in a long time


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Tavernier is having one of the best seasons I’ve seen from a Rangers player in a long long time maybe since Barry Ferguson in 02/03


there’s not many failures ( if any ) this season but I voted tav as I feel he’s improved this season and he is a great captain and model professional


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Could be any of them. Really could be. I gave my vote to Aribo but on reflection i just cant discount Tav. He has undoubtedly been the best player in the country so far this season and imo is one of the most on form players in Europe at the moment. I would love nothing more than to see him lift the League Title in May and be forever known as a Rangers legend.


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Tav so far has been most consistent. Thought Aribo right now is my fave player, although he was out for a bit, we are a far better team with him playing

Xavi Hernandez

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Tav has been our best performer.

In terms of favourite, it's between Kamara and Goldson.

Kamara I was yet to be convinced with and I thought the middle of the park was our weakest area. Delighted to be proved wrong. He has been absolutely outstanding in every game he has played, making it look so easy.

Goldson, I was raging at his lazy ball last season up the line that cost us the first goal v Tims at Ibrox. Always seemed to have a mistake in him but these have been cut out this season (I'll let him off with the slip up at Parkhead when they missed the good chance one on one). He has been solid and similar to when Davie Weir was here, it doesn't matter what centre half he is paired with, they fit effortlessly into the back line.
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