Malky Thomson, the head coach, has spoken ahead of this Wednesday’s League showdown with Celtic.
Commenting on Sunday’s 1-0 win over Hibernian he noted in their first year as a group Hibs had made the game difficult for them and forced them to think of their standard in front of goals in contrast to previous free-scoring contests.
‘It’s almost irrelevant how you get the result – the experience of holding onto that 1-0 lead will stand them in good stead.’
Thomson explained that in training the club had developed “emotional control” techniques in training to help in coping with games. Every player signed on at Rangers has to be a starter and a finisher – and add value to the team.