We came close to winning last Sunday, but not close enough. My guess is that some of the player's confidence will have been knocked, although they might not admit it. So, it could either stifle us today or act as a spur to get back to winning ways. For the hundreth time on FF we can win this with 3 in midfield and cut out Mulumbu ( mind you, he only came on for last 25 mins against County). Put Windass up front. That means Morelos gets dropped. Goes well, change formation and bring on M&C together. If close game and Windass posted missing change at half time & bring on Cummings. Murty has to be more flexible & learn from his mistakes.
Looking forward to getting back into it after a long week of basically avoiding football i.e. in the huff. Something I would like to see us improve is getting strikers into the box and across the front of the keeper and also arriving in at the back post. Last week, just like most games, saw wonderful chances coming in from out wide and we just didn’t anticipate the chance coming.
Looking for a strong response today. Ideally a couple of goals ahead by the half hour mark. The noise inside the stadium last week was incredible, let's hope the majority of fans don't lose their voice again this week
Kilmarnock at Ibrox really should always be a home win, however a home record of 7 wins, 2 draws and 6 losses, along with Kilmarnock having a decent season by their standards, would suggest victory is far from certain.
Fingers crossed there's no hangover from last weekend and we see a comfortable Rangers win.
I do hope mr Murty has cleared their minds of negativity. This week, renew their thinking get a winning mentality going. Give Cummins a start, that would give him a boost and most likely will score, his enthusiasm is infectious. Meaning they will all want to score.