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  • imvges-football
    16.03.2022 - 2 monts ago

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  • rangersfc-1872
    16.01.2022 - 4 monts ago

    📝 Rangers have announced the signing of defender John Souttar on a pre-contract agreement from Heart of Midlothian. The 25 year old Scotland international will join the club officially in the summer.

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  • somedaytakethetime
    05.01.2022 - 4 monts ago

    scottish players are usually hotter than english players

    I was looking for this one

    But then I found this one instead

    I love tiddies <3

    #just thinking about the hot accents they probably have when speaking.... oof #top one: John Souttar #bottom one: Stephen O'Donnell #i also like the welsh team but only for Ben Davies <3 #ask
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  • somedaytakethetime
    15.11.2021 - 6 monts ago

    Listen I'm *big* mad at Scotland, okay? But I can admit this guy has gorgeous blue-greyish eyes

    source 1 2

    #john souttar #he looks like an innocent little boy with his pretty blue eyes and rosy cheeks <3 #also i like his red beard it's cute #i think this guy is pretty #and oh boy i can't *wait* for someone to come shade me and tell he's like the anti-christ or something 🥰🥰🥰
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  • your-mail
    17.05.2022 - 2 days ago

    Rangers began one of the biggest weeks in their history with a youthful XI easing to victory over Hearts in the Scottish Premiership at Tynecastle.

    Hearts led through Peter Haring's strike, seven days before the two sides meet again in the Scottish Cup final.

    But Rangers, who take on Eintracht Frankfurt on Wednesday in the Europa League final in Seville, fought back through Cedric Itten and Alex Lowry.

    And 19-year-old Cole McKinnon scored from the bench on his debut.

    "We dominated against a very good side with a very young team," said Rangers manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst. "I'm very proud."

    Hearts end the league season with just one point from four games, but what will concern manager Robbie Neilson is that forward Liam Boyce lasted just 12 minutes before hobbling off injured.

    However defenders John Souttar and Craig Halkett both made late appearances after lengthy injury lay-offs ahead of the trip to Hampden.

    Reaction & how it happened

    Billed as a cup final rehearsal, both managers made 15 changes between them from midweek, with Rangers naming a bench that had an average age of 20.

    The likelihood is the sides that walk out in Seville and Hampden next week will be much different from the ones that emerged from the Tynecastle tunnel, but there was no lack of tempo as Scott Arfield twice threatened to give the visitors an early lead.

    It remained lively. Steven Davis shot wide for Rangers, while at the other end goalkeeper Jon McLaughlin had to race out and slide tackle Gary Mackay-Steven, who had broken through the visitors' backline.

    Ellis Simms was the main cause of angst for the Rangers defence, and the forward was pivotal as Hearts took the lead.

    The on-loan Everton man latched onto Josh Ginnelly's pass, held it up, then laid the ball off to Haring who cracked a laser from the edge of the box and into the bottom left-hand corner.

    But the lead was short lived. Itten had a low shot deflected over the bar, but raced to the front post to meet the corner and headed in his first league goal of the season.

    Rangers were always a threat on the counter attack. Amad Diallo shot over the bar after a neat one-two with Aaron Ramsey, before Lowry scored his first league goal for Rangers.

    The 18-year-old collected the ball out wide on the left and planted a classy finish beyond Gordon.

    As Barrie McKay livened up so did Hearts, and he had two good chances in a minute. First he juggled the ball then flashed a left-foot shot just over the bar, before racing onto a cut-back and firing just wide of a post.

    McKay shot over again after Nathan Atkinson elected to pass rather than shoot, but then Rangers' youngsters took over to show the future is bright in Govan.

    Charlie McCann looked like he would burst the net, only to pull his shot wide. Then Cole McKinnon - 20 minutes after coming on for his debut - lashed in a fine finish from the edge of the box to make it three.

    Tony Weston then headed wide at the back post as Hearts were opened up again.

    Hearts did have the last chance when McLaughlin pushed wide a Toby Sibbick shot, but Neilson's side will need much better when it really matters in seven days time.

    Man of the match - Alex Lowry

    Alex Lowry (right) had a goal, an assist, and looked a real prospect for Rangers

    The playmaker (right) had a goal, an assist, and looks a real prospect for Rangers

    What did we learn?

    Both managers would have wanted to get through the 90 minutes without injuries to key players. Neilson is beginning to get many of his players back fit and now has options ahead of the Hampden showpiece.

    Boyce's injury will be a worry, but replacement Ginnelly was one of the hosts' better players and may well have played himself into the cup final starting XI. Haring, McKay and Simms have all surely done enough to start the final, too.

    It may well be a case that no players who started for Rangers will start in Seville, but in Lowry they have a player who could be a big part of the team over the next few seasons.

    The classy 18-year-old delivered a goal and an assist in the first half, and looked comfortable on the ball every time it arrived at his feet.

    What did they say?

    Hearts manager Robbie Neilson: "I just thought we weren't at it; it had that end of season feel. But we've had a brilliant season so far.

    "I could see a bit of rustiness in some of the players that came back too. It's about next week now. We've got to bring the energy that we didn't bring today."

    Rangers manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst: "I was really impressed by the win and the way we played.

    WYou couldn't see the changes we had made, especially with so many youngsters on the pitch. They performed really well."

    What's next?

    The two sides face each other again at Hampden next Saturday in the Scottish Cup final (15:00 BST), but before that Rangers take on Eintracht Frankfurt in Seville on Wednesday in the Europa League final (20:00).

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  • whoceleb
    24.03.2022 - 1 mont ago
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  • latestfootiesnews
    21.03.2022 - 1 mont ago

    Scotland: Sunderland striker Ross Stewart, Hearts defender Craig Halkett & St Johnstone keeper Zander Clark called up

    Craig Halkett has performed well in a back three for Hearts this season

    Sunderland's Ross Stewart and Hearts' Craig Halkett have been called up by Scotland for the first time.

    St Johnstone goalkeeper Zander Clark will also join the squad to replace the injured David Marshall.

    Stewart has scored 22 goals in 38 games for the English League One side this season.

    Halkett will cover central defence after Scott McKenna withdrew, with Liam Cooper and John Souttar sidelined.

    Both first-time call ups could make their debut in the friendly with Poland on Thursday, with Scotland then playing either Austria or Wales the following Tuesday.

    Meanwhile, captain Andy Robertson is a doubt after missing Liverpool's FA Cup quarter-final win against Nottingham Forest with illness.

    Stewart played for Ayrshire junior clubs Ardeer Thistle and Kilwinning Rangers after several years in the pro youth system with St Mirren, Celtic and Partick Thistle.

    He then earned a move back to the senior game with Albion Rovers and had stints with St Mirren and Alloa Athletic before coming to prominence with Ross County, where he scored 28 times in 82 appearances to earn a move south.

    Stewart on rediscovering his love of football playing juniors

    "I broke my nose that day. I can just remember being sparked out and getting called all the names under the sun. There was blood everywhere, my nose was pointing sideways, and you're getting called a 'diving you-know-what' and all that." Read more.

    Halkett has been a key member of the Hearts back three which has performed strongly to help the Tynecastle side to third in the Scottish Premiership.

    Scotland are playing the Poles instead of their postponed World Cup play-off semi-final against Ukraine.

    The game will be played at Hampden with £10 from each ticket sold going to Unicef's response in Ukraine following Russia's invasion of the country.

    The Scottish FA have announced 25,000 tickets have been sold already for the match.

    Poland had been scheduled to play the Russians on 24 March, but have been given a bye into a final with Czech Republic or Sweden on 29 March.

    Scotland and Ukraine hope to meet in June, with the winners facing either Wales or Austria.

    Those two sides meet in Cardiff on Thursday, with the losers hosting Scotland in a friendly on 29 March.

    Scotland squad

    Goalkeepers: Craig Gordon (Hearts), Liam Kelly (Motherwell), Zander Clark (St Johnstone).

    Defenders: Grant Hanley (Norwich), Jack Hendry (Brugge), Craig Halkett (Hearts), Aaron Hickey (Bologna), Stephen O'Donnell (Motherwell), Nathan Patterson (Everton), Andy Robertson (Liverpool), Greg Taylor (Celtic), Kieran Tierney (Arsenal).

    Midfielders: Stuart Armstrong (Southampton), Lewis Ferguson (Aberdeen), Billy Gilmour (Norwich, on loan from Chelsea), Ryan Jack (Rangers), John McGinn (Aston Villa), Callum McGregor (Celtic), Kenny McLean (Norwich), Scott McTominay (Manchester United).

    Forwards: Che Adams (Southampton), Jacob Brown (Stoke), Ryan Christie (Bournemouth), Ross Stewart (Sunderland).

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  • latestfootiesnews
    05.03.2022 - 2 monts ago

    Dundee United 2-2 Heart of Midlothian: Craig Halkett header earns visitors a draw

    Nicky Clark's second-half penalty put Dundee United 2-1 ahead but Craig Halkett levelled for Hearts

    Craig Halkett salvaged a point for Hearts despite them losing five players to injury in a bruising Scottish Premiership clash with Dundee United.

    Liam Boyce flashed in an opener inside the first minute for Hearts, but Liam Smith's stunning strike levelled.

    Nicky Clark's penalty just after the hour turned the game, but Halkett ensured United's winless league run stretches to four games.

    And that means Tam Courts' side fall to seventh in the table.

    With just three games left before the split, United face a battle to move back up the table as they chase a European spot, with Ross County moving ahead of them on goal difference.

    Hearts are still 13 points clear in third place, but injuries to Gary Mackay-Steven, Cammy Delvin, Alex Cochrane, John Souttar and Nathan Atkinson will be a concern to manager Robbie Neilson.

    More to follow.

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    Dundee United

    Squad number1Player nameSiegrist

    Squad number12Player nameEdwards

    Squad number29Player nameGraham

    Squad number18Player nameButcher

    Squad number7Player nameNiskanen

    Squad number2Player nameSmith

    Squad number23Player nameHarkes

    Squad number6Player nameMcDonald

    Squad number33Player nameMcMann

    Squad number9Player nameMcNulty

    Squad number10Player nameClark

    Squad number3Player nameSpörle

    Squad number20Player nameNeilson

    Heart of Midlothian

    Squad number1Player nameGordon

    Squad number12Player nameAtkinson

    Squad number4Player nameSouttar

    Squad number19Player nameHalkett

    Squad number3Player nameKingsley

    Squad number14Player nameDevlin

    Squad number6Player nameBaningime

    Squad number18Player nameMcKay

    Squad number10Player nameBoyce

    Squad number11Player nameMackay-Steven

    Squad number20Player nameSimms

    Squad number5Player nameHaring

    Squad number16Player nameHalliday

    Squad number17Player nameCochrane

    Squad number21Player nameSibbick

    Squad number30Player nameGinnelly

    Line-ups

    Dundee Utd

    Formation 3-5-2

    1Siegrist

    12EdwardsSubstituted forNeilsonat 44'minutes

    29GrahamBooked at 82mins

    18ButcherBooked at 32mins

    7Niskanen

    2Smith

    23Harkes

    6McDonaldBooked at 54mins

    33McMannSubstituted forSpörleat 76'minutes

    9McNultyBooked at 85mins

    10Clark

    Substitutes

    3Spörle

    13Eriksson

    15Akinola

    17Meekison

    20Neilson

    26Mochrie

    52Moore

    53Macleod

    58Anim Cudjoe

    Hearts

    Formation 4-2-3-1

    1Gordon

    12AtkinsonSubstituted forGinnellyat 45'minutesBooked at 65mins

    4SouttarSubstituted forSibbickat 61'minutes

    19HalkettBooked at 23mins

    3Kingsley

    14DevlinSubstituted forHaringat 30'minutes

    6Baningime

    18McKay

    10Boyce

    11Mackay-StevenSubstituted forCochraneat 8'minutesSubstituted forHallidayat 39'minutes

    20SimmsBooked at 39mins

    Substitutes

    5Haring

    8McEneff

    9Woodburn

    13Stewart

    15Moore

    16Halliday

    17Cochrane

    21Sibbick

    30Ginnelly

    Referee:

    William Collum

    Attendance:

    7,172

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    Match ends, Dundee United 2, Heart of Midlothian 2.

    Second Half ends, Dundee United 2, Heart of Midlothian 2.

    Offside, Dundee United. Liam Smith tries a through ball, but Nicky Clark is caught offside.

    Attempt blocked. Ellis Simms (Heart of Midlothian) right footed shot from the left side of the box is blocked.

    Foul by Beni Baningime (Heart of Midlothian).

    Kevin McDonald (Dundee United) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

    Marc McNulty (Dundee United) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.

    Craig Gordon (Heart of Midlothian) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

    Foul by Marc McNulty (Dundee United).

    Corner, Dundee United. Conceded by Peter Haring.

    Ross Graham (Dundee United) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.

    Josh Ginnelly (Heart of Midlothian) wins a free kick in the attacking half.

    Foul by Ross Graham (Dundee United).

    Goal! Dundee United 2, Heart of Midlothian 2. Craig Halkett (Heart of Midlothian) header from the centre of the box to the bottom left corner. Assisted by Barrie McKay with a cross following a corner.

    Corner, Heart of Midlothian. Conceded by Kevin McDonald.

    Attempt missed. Peter Haring (Heart of Midlothian) header from the centre of the box is close, but misses to the right. Assisted by Barrie McKay with a cross following a corner.

    Corner, Heart of Midlothian. Conceded by Ross Graham.

    Attempt blocked. Ellis Simms (Heart of Midlothian) right footed shot from the left side of the box is blocked. Assisted by Stephen Kingsley.

    Craig Halkett (Heart of Midlothian) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

    Foul by Ian Harkes (Dundee United).

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  • latestfootiesnews
    26.02.2022 - 2 monts ago

    St Mirren 0-2 Hearts: Ten-man hosts give Robinson losing start

    Cammy Devlin's goal made sure Hearts ended their three-game losing league run

    New St Mirren manager Stephen Robinson made a losing start in the Scottish Premiership as his 10-man side succumbed to Hearts in the second half.

    Connor Ronan was shown a straight red for a lunge on Beni Baningime after 23 minutes and Hearts capitalised for a first win in six league games.

    Substitute Ellis Simms netted within minutes of his introduction and had a role in Cammy Devlin's swift second.

    Hearts are 11 points clear in third, while St Mirren drop a place to eighth.

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    St Mirren

    Squad number1Player nameAlnwick

    Squad number22Player nameFraser

    Squad number4Player nameShaughnessy

    Squad number18Player nameDunne

    Squad number2Player nameTait

    Squad number6Player namePower

    Squad number13Player nameGogic

    Squad number11Player nameKiltie

    Squad number43Player nameRonan

    Squad number7Player nameJones

    Squad number21Player nameGreive

    Squad number8Player nameFlynn

    Squad number9Player nameBrophy

    Squad number10Player nameMain

    Heart of Midlothian

    Squad number1Player nameGordon

    Squad number4Player nameSouttar

    Squad number19Player nameHalkett

    Squad number3Player nameKingsley

    Squad number12Player nameAtkinson

    Squad number6Player nameBaningime

    Squad number14Player nameDevlin

    Squad number11Player nameMackay-Steven

    Squad number9Player nameWoodburn

    Squad number10Player nameBoyce

    Squad number18Player nameMcKay

    Squad number5Player nameHaring

    Squad number16Player nameHalliday

    Squad number17Player nameCochrane

    Squad number20Player nameSimms

    Squad number30Player nameGinnelly

    Line-ups

    St Mirren

    Formation 4-2-3-1

    1Alnwick

    22Fraser

    4Shaughnessy

    18Dunne

    2TaitBooked at 67mins

    6PowerBooked at 62minsSubstituted forBrophyat 69'minutes

    13Gogic

    11KiltieSubstituted forFlynnat 63'minutes

    43RonanBooked at 22mins

    7Jones

    21GreiveSubstituted forMainat 63'minutes

    Substitutes

    3Tanser

    5McCarthy

    8Flynn

    9Brophy

    10Main

    12Henderson

    16Erhahon

    26Lyness

    44Millar

    Hearts

    Formation 3-4-3

    1Gordon

    4Souttar

    19HalkettBooked at 89mins

    3KingsleySubstituted forHallidayat 69'minutes

    12AtkinsonBooked at 27minsSubstituted forCochraneat 56'minutes

    6Baningime

    14DevlinBooked at 62minsSubstituted forHaringat 69'minutesBooked at 86mins

    11Mackay-StevenSubstituted forGinnellyat 55'minutes

    9WoodburnSubstituted forSimmsat 55'minutes

    10Boyce

    18McKay

    Substitutes

    5Haring

    8McEneff

    13Stewart

    15Moore

    16Halliday

    17Cochrane

    20Simms

    21Sibbick

    30Ginnelly

    Referee:

    Greg Aitken

    Attendance:

    5,767

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    Match ends, St. Mirren 0, Heart of Midlothian 2.

    Second Half ends, St. Mirren 0, Heart of Midlothian 2.

    Josh Ginnelly (Heart of Midlothian) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

    Foul by Ryan Flynn (St. Mirren).

    Corner, St. Mirren. Conceded by Andrew Halliday.

    Corner, St. Mirren. Conceded by John Souttar.

    Attempt missed. Barrie McKay (Heart of Midlothian) right footed shot from outside the box misses to the right. Assisted by Liam Boyce.

    Attempt missed. Alexandros Gogic (St. Mirren) right footed shot from outside the box misses to the right.

    Craig Halkett (Heart of Midlothian) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.

    Foul by Craig Halkett (Heart of Midlothian).

    Eamonn Brophy (St. Mirren) wins a free kick in the attacking half.

    Attempt missed. Liam Boyce (Heart of Midlothian) right footed shot from a difficult angle on the right is close, but misses to the right. Assisted by Josh Ginnelly.

    Ellis Simms (Heart of Midlothian) wins a free kick in the attacking half.

    Foul by Alexandros Gogic (St. Mirren).

    Peter Haring (Heart of Midlothian) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.

    Foul by Peter Haring (Heart of Midlothian).

    Jordan Jones (St. Mirren) wins a free kick in the attacking half.

    Corner, St. Mirren. Conceded by Andrew Halliday.

    Attempt missed. Jordan Jones (St. Mirren) right footed shot from outside the box misses to the left following a set piece situation.

    Foul by Craig Halkett (Heart of Midlothian).

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  • latestfootiesnews
    06.02.2022 - 3 monts ago

    Rangers 5-0 Heart of Midlothian: Aaron Ramsey makes debut in thumping win

    Alfredo Morelos scored a double and set up another as Rangers powered past Hearts

    Aaron Ramsey made his much-anticipated Rangers debut as they thumped Hearts to prevent Celtic extending their one-point Scottish Premiership lead.

    The hosts, chastened by a midweek Old Firm derby defeat, responded to Celtic's 4-0 beating of Motherwell with a rousing Ibrox victory of their own.

    Alfredo Morelos netted once in each half and teed up Glen Kamara to score as Hearts spurned big chances.

    Scott Arfield added a well-taken fourth before Fashion Sakala's late fifth.

    Ramsey, the Juventus loanee and marquee January addition, was given the final 14 minutes by Giovanni van Bronckhorst, and with his side 4-0 up, could scarcely have dreamed of an easier debut against the side now 16 points back in third spot.

    This was a game in which Morelos underlined his grave importance to Rangers, a day when the striker's influence, dynamism and class told again and again.

    In three matches without Morelos - on international duty but watching Colombia from the stands rather than playing his part on the pitch - Rangers have laboured. They have missed their attacking fulcrum dearly. Many of the 50,000 inside Ibrox on Sunday will have wondered why Colombia took him halfway across the world not only to leave him out of their line-ups, but out of the match-day squads altogether.

    In any case, Van Bronckhorst will rejoice at his return - not least after the meek and wounding nature of the Celtic Park on Wednesday.

    Morelos laced a bustling performance with bright flashes of subtlety. His goals were ruthlessly dispatched, the first stemming from a sumptuous Calvin Bassey pass and Ryan Kent delivery; the second an emphatic left-foot curler from the edge of the box.

    If it was fortuitous that Morelos' attempted through-ball ricocheted straight back to his feet, then the striker did enough to earn his stroke of luck, and was deadly enough to seize it. The third, coolly taken by Kamara, was a product of Morelos' terrific flick.

    His link-up play throughout was first-class. He had a more embryonic role in the final two goals. He repeatedly put Hearts' central defence - a defence still devoid of Craig Halkett and Rangers-bound John Souttar - under duress. He bamboozled them with his footwork, weaving pretty patterns with Kent and James Tavernier. He steamrolled Taylor Moore en route to the box when only Craig Gordon denied him a hat-trick. The Hearts stopper did so again with virtually the final act of the match.

    Morelos' second, though, was a pivotal moment. For if Rangers had come flying out of the traps in the first half, they began the second still asleep in them.

    Trailing 1-0, Hearts could have been level when Nathaniel Atkinson could not convert a glorious Stephen Kingsley ball, and really should have been when Bassey's terribly weak header fell short of Allan McGregor, and Cammy Devlin scooped wide. Ibrox grew volatile and riven with angst, much of it aimed at poor Willie Collum, the referee.

    But with one sweep of his left boot, Morelos eased the anxiety boiling in home ranks. With a twitch of his right, he sent Kamara screaming into the box, where the Finn dummied one flailing defender and slotted home.

    Rangers applied lashings of icing to their cake late on, Arfield finishing at the second attempt after a super Kent pick-out, and Sakala converting with six minutes left.

    Beating Hearts - even beating them 5-0 - does not salve the wounds inflicted by Celtic, but after flat-lining on Wednesday, Rangers' pulse is strong again.

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    Rangers

    Squad number1Player nameMcGregor

    Squad number2Player nameTavernier

    Squad number6Player nameGoldson

    Squad number26Player nameBalogun

    Squad number3Player nameBassey

    Squad number8Player nameJack

    Squad number4Player nameLundstram

    Squad number37Player nameArfield

    Squad number14Player nameKent

    Squad number17Player nameAyodele-Aribo

    Squad number20Player nameMorelos

    Squad number9Player nameDiallo

    Squad number10Player nameDavis

    Squad number16Player nameRamsey

    Squad number18Player nameKamara

    Squad number30Player nameSakala

    Heart of Midlothian

    Squad number1Player nameGordon

    Squad number15Player nameMoore

    Squad number21Player nameSibbick

    Squad number3Player nameKingsley

    Squad number12Player nameAtkinson

    Squad number6Player nameBaningime

    Squad number14Player nameDevlin

    Squad number17Player nameCochrane

    Squad number8Player nameMcEneff

    Squad number18Player nameMcKay

    Squad number10Player nameBoyce

    Squad number5Player nameHaring

    Squad number9Player nameWoodburn

    Squad number16Player nameHalliday

    Squad number20Player nameSimms

    Squad number30Player nameGinnelly

    Line-ups

    Rangers

    Formation 4-2-3-1

    1McGregor

    2Tavernier

    6Goldson

    26BalogunBooked at 53mins

    3BasseyBooked at 27mins

    8JackSubstituted forKamaraat 68'minutes

    4LundstramSubstituted forDavisat 85'minutes

    37ArfieldSubstituted forRamseyat 76'minutes

    14KentSubstituted forDialloat 85'minutes

    17Ayodele-AriboSubstituted forSakalaat 76'minutes

    20Morelos

    Substitutes

    9Diallo

    10Davis

    16Ramsey

    18Kamara

    19Sands

    25Roofe

    30Sakala

    31Barisic

    33McLaughlin

    Hearts

    Formation 3-4-3

    1Gordon

    15Moore

    21Sibbick

    3KingsleyBooked at 87mins

    12AtkinsonBooked at 59minsSubstituted forHaringat 73'minutes

    6BaningimeSubstituted forGinnellyat 73'minutes

    14DevlinSubstituted forWoodburnat 73'minutes

    17Cochrane

    8McEneffSubstituted forSimmsat 45'minutes

    18McKay

    10BoyceSubstituted forHallidayat 78'minutes

    Substitutes

    5Haring

    9Woodburn

    11Mackay-Steven

    13Stewart

    16Halliday

    20Simms

    30Ginnelly

    38Pollock

    Live Text

    Match ends, Rangers 5, Heart of Midlothian 0.

    Second Half ends, Rangers 5, Heart of Midlothian 0.

    Attempt saved. Alfredo Morelos (Rangers) right footed shot from outside the box is saved in the bottom left corner. Assisted by Connor Goldson.

    Connor Goldson (Rangers) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

    Foul by Ben Woodburn (Heart of Midlothian).

    Stephen Kingsley (Heart of Midlothian) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.

    Amad Diallo (Rangers) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

    Foul by Stephen Kingsley (Heart of Midlothian).

    Foul by Aaron Ramsey (Rangers).

    Andrew Halliday (Heart of Midlothian) wins a free kick in the attacking half.

    Substitution, Rangers. Amad Diallo replaces Ryan Kent.

    Substitution, Rangers. Steven Davis replaces John Lundstram.

    Goal! Rangers 5, Heart of Midlothian 0. Fashion Sakala (Rangers) left footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom left corner. Assisted by Ryan Kent.

    Corner, Rangers. Conceded by Toby Sibbick.

    Attempt blocked. Alfredo Morelos (Rangers) right footed shot from the centre of the box is blocked. Assisted by Ryan Kent.

    Foul by John Lundstram (Rangers).

    Alex Cochrane (Heart of Midlothian) wins a free kick on the right wing.

    Corner, Heart of Midlothian. Conceded by Leon Balogun.

    Substitution, Heart of Midlothian. Andrew Halliday replaces Liam Boyce.

    Substitution, Rangers. Fashion Sakala replaces Joe Ayodele-Aribo.

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    29.01.2022 - 3 monts ago

    Heart of Midlothian 2-0 Motherwell: Hosts strengthen hold on third spot with win

    Ellis Simms' finish came after Motherwell were carved open

    Hearts stretched their lead in third place in the Scottish Premiership to 10 points with a comfortable victory over nearest rivals Motherwell at Tynecastle.

    Andy Halliday grabbed the first with a brilliant slotted finish before Ellis Simms turned in on his first start.

    Motherwell rarely troubled their hosts with Kevin van Veen going close in a rare chance in the first half.

    The Lanarkshire side remain fourth, two points above Hibs.

    Rangers-bound John Souttar also came off at half-time after a collision with Callum Slattery in the first-half.

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    Heart of Midlothian

    Squad number1Player nameGordon

    Squad number15Player nameMoore

    Squad number4Player nameSouttar

    Squad number3Player nameKingsley

    Squad number12Player nameAtkinson

    Squad number14Player nameDevlin

    Squad number6Player nameBaningime

    Squad number16Player nameHalliday

    Squad number10Player nameBoyce

    Squad number20Player nameSimms

    Squad number11Player nameMackay-Steven

    Squad number5Player nameHaring

    Squad number9Player nameWoodburn

    Squad number17Player nameCochrane

    Squad number18Player nameMcKay

    Squad number21Player nameSibbick

    Motherwell

    Squad number1Player nameKelly

    Squad number2Player nameO'Donnell

    Squad number21Player nameSolholm Johansen

    Squad number3Player nameCarroll

    Squad number19Player nameMcGinley

    Squad number16Player nameSlattery

    Squad number6Player nameMaguire

    Squad number11Player nameShaw

    Squad number26Player nameTierney

    Squad number9Player namevan Veen

    Squad number28Player nameRoberts

    Squad number17Player nameAmaluzor

    Squad number27Player nameGoss

    Squad number29Player nameShields

    Line-ups

    Hearts

    Formation 3-4-1-2

    1Gordon

    15Moore

    4SouttarSubstituted forSibbickat 45'minutes

    3Kingsley

    12Atkinson

    14DevlinSubstituted forHaringat 60'minutesBooked at 68mins

    6Baningime

    16HallidaySubstituted forCochraneat 87'minutes

    10BoyceSubstituted forMcKayat 78'minutes

    20Simms

    11Mackay-StevenSubstituted forWoodburnat 60'minutes

    Substitutes

    5Haring

    8McEneff

    9Woodburn

    13Stewart

    17Cochrane

    18McKay

    21Sibbick

    22Henderson

    30Ginnelly

    Motherwell

    Formation 4-3-3

    1KellyBooked at 4mins

    2O'Donnell

    21Solholm Johansen

    3Carroll

    19McGinley

    16Slattery

    6MaguireSubstituted forGossat 34'minutesBooked at 80minsSubstituted forAmaluzorat 81'minutes

    11Shaw

    26Tierney

    9van Veen

    28RobertsSubstituted forShieldsat 71'minutes

    Substitutes

    5Mugabi

    7Woolery

    12Fox

    14Ojala

    17Amaluzor

    23Grimshaw

    27Goss

    29Shields

    32Nirennold

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    Match ends, Heart of Midlothian 2, Motherwell 0.

    Second Half ends, Heart of Midlothian 2, Motherwell 0.

    Attempt saved. Justin Amaluzor (Motherwell) left footed shot from the right side of the box is saved in the bottom right corner.

    Foul by Ellis Simms (Heart of Midlothian).

    Stephen O'Donnell (Motherwell) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

    Corner, Heart of Midlothian. Conceded by Stephen O'Donnell.

    Substitution, Heart of Midlothian. Alex Cochrane replaces Andrew Halliday.

    Attempt saved. Kevin van Veen (Motherwell) left footed shot from outside the box is saved in the bottom right corner.

    Substitution, Motherwell. Justin Amaluzor replaces Sean Goss.

    Offside, Heart of Midlothian. Ben Woodburn tries a through ball, but Andrew Halliday is caught offside.

    Sean Goss (Motherwell) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.

    Ben Woodburn (Heart of Midlothian) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

    Foul by Sean Goss (Motherwell).

    Foul by Taylor Moore (Heart of Midlothian).

    Callum Slattery (Motherwell) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

    Ben Woodburn (Heart of Midlothian) wins a free kick on the right wing.

    Foul by Liam Shaw (Motherwell).

    Substitution, Heart of Midlothian. Barrie McKay replaces Liam Boyce.

    Andrew Halliday (Heart of Midlothian) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

    Foul by Connor Shields (Motherwell).

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  • latestfootiesnews
    26.01.2022 - 3 monts ago

    Hearts 1-2 Celtic: Visitors survive second-half comeback to ensure lead at top remains four points

    Liam Boyce missed the chance to level the game from the spot in the second half

    Celtic ensured the gap at the Scottish Premiership summit remained at four points after surviving a second-half comeback from Hearts at Tynecastle.

    The visitors took a two-goal lead into the break after Reo Hatate's long-range drive was followed by a first-half second from Giorgos Giakoumakis.

    The hosts improved after the interval as Liam Boyce pulled one back before passing up the chance to equalise from the spot 11 minutes later.

    Despite defeat, Hearts remain third.

    But the loss will sting for Robbie Neilson's side, who were well worth a draw after rallying in the second half.

    This win - and Boyce's penalty miss in isolation - could be pinpointed as a massive turning point in the title race come May, providing Ange Postecoglou's men can overthrow Rangers at the top.

    More to follow.

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    Heart of Midlothian

    Squad number1Player nameGordon

    Squad number4Player nameSouttar

    Squad number19Player nameHalkett

    Squad number3Player nameKingsley

    Squad number2Player nameSmith

    Squad number14Player nameDevlin

    Squad number5Player nameHaring

    Squad number17Player nameCochrane

    Squad number30Player nameGinnelly

    Squad number10Player nameBoyce

    Squad number18Player nameMcKay

    Squad number6Player nameBaningime

    Squad number11Player nameMackay-Steven

    Squad number12Player nameAtkinson

    Squad number16Player nameHalliday

    Squad number20Player nameSimms

    Celtic

    Squad number1Player nameHart

    Squad number88Player nameJuranovic

    Squad number20Player nameCarter-Vickers

    Squad number4Player nameStarfelt

    Squad number3Player nameTaylor

    Squad number33Player nameO'Riley

    Squad number6Player nameBitton

    Squad number41Player nameHatate

    Squad number49Player nameForrest

    Squad number7Player nameGiakoumakis

    Squad number17Player nameJota

    Squad number11Player nameAbada

    Squad number12Player nameSoro

    Squad number16Player nameMcCarthy

    Line-ups

    Hearts

    Formation 3-4-3

    1Gordon

    4Souttar

    19HalkettBooked at 61minsSubstituted forHallidayat 81'minutes

    3Kingsley

    2SmithSubstituted forAtkinsonat 22'minutes

    14DevlinBooked at 45minsSubstituted forBaningimeat 57'minutes

    5Haring

    17CochraneSubstituted forMackay-Stevenat 58'minutes

    30GinnellySubstituted forSimmsat 45'minutes

    10BoyceBooked at 67mins

    18McKay

    Substitutes

    6Baningime

    8McEneff

    9Woodburn

    11Mackay-Steven

    12Atkinson

    13Stewart

    16Halliday

    20Simms

    22Henderson

    Celtic

    Formation 4-3-3

    1Hart

    88Juranovic

    20Carter-Vickers

    4Starfelt

    3TaylorBooked at 45mins

    33O'RileySubstituted forMcCarthyat 86'minutes

    6BittonBooked at 53mins

    41HatateSubstituted forSoroat 90+3'minutes

    49Forrest

    7Giakoumakis

    17Neves FilipeBooked at 45minsSubstituted forAbadaat 62'minutes

    Substitutes

    2Jullien

    5Scales

    11Abada

    12Soro

    16McCarthy

    29Bain

    56Ralston

    57Welsh

    84Doak

    Live Text

    Match ends, Heart of Midlothian 1, Celtic 2.

    Second Half ends, Heart of Midlothian 1, Celtic 2.

    Substitution, Celtic. Ismaila Soro replaces Reo Hatate.

    Giorgos Giakoumakis (Celtic) wins a free kick on the left wing.

    Foul by John Souttar (Heart of Midlothian).

    Foul by Reo Hatate (Celtic).

    Stephen Kingsley (Heart of Midlothian) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

    Corner, Heart of Midlothian. Conceded by Greg Taylor.

    Attempt missed. Giorgos Giakoumakis (Celtic) left footed shot from more than 35 yards is close, but misses to the right following a fast break.

    Attempt missed. Gary Mackay-Steven (Heart of Midlothian) left footed shot from outside the box is close, but misses to the right following a corner.

    Corner, Heart of Midlothian. Conceded by Carl Starfelt.

    Substitution, Celtic. James McCarthy replaces Matt O'Riley because of an injury.

    Corner, Heart of Midlothian. Conceded by Nir Bitton.

    Foul by Carl Starfelt (Celtic).

    Ellis Simms (Heart of Midlothian) wins a free kick on the right wing.

    Offside, Celtic. Giorgos Giakoumakis tries a through ball, but Liel Abada is caught offside.

    Substitution, Heart of Midlothian. Andrew Halliday replaces Craig Halkett because of an injury.

    Attempt missed. James Forrest (Celtic) right footed shot from outside the box is high and wide to the right. Assisted by Reo Hatate following a fast break.

    Attempt missed. Gary Mackay-Steven (Heart of Midlothian) left footed shot from outside the box misses to the right. Assisted by Peter Haring with a headed pass.

    Greg Taylor (Celtic) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

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  • vuakeo247
    26.01.2022 - 3 monts ago

    Soi kèo Huddersfield vs Stoke, 02h45 ngày 29/1, Hạng nhất Anh

    Soi kèo Huddersfield vs Stoke, 02h45 ngày 29/1

    Hành trang của các cầu thủ Huddersfield khi bước vào mùa giải năm nay là vị trí thứ 20/24 đội ở chiến dịch 2020/21, chỉ hơn 6 điểm so với nhóm xuống hạng. Đó là lý do người hâm mộ không hề đánh giá cao đội chủ sân John Smith’s, cũng như sớm gạt Huddersfield ra khỏi danh sách các ứng cử viên tranh tranh tấm vé lên hạng.

    Nhưng màn trình diễn ấn tượng của Huddersfield trong khoảng hơn 1 tháng trở lại đây đã ít nhiều thay đổi định kiến của giới chuyên môn. Theo đó, Huddersfield bất bại liên tiếp 9 trận vừa qua trên mọi đấu trường với 5 chiến thắng. Không chỉ ghi tên mình vào vòng 4 FA Cup, Huddersfield còn leo một mạch lên vị trí thứ 6 trên bảng xếp hạng Hạng nhất Anh.

    Bên phía đối diện, Stoke lại đang ở vào giai đoạn thấp điểm về phong độ. Các vị khách toàn thua 2 trận vừa qua và nếu tính rộng hơn thua 4/5 trận gần nhất ở sân chơi Hạng nhất. Hậu quả là thầy trò HLV M. O’Neill đã tụt xuống vị trí 11, kém 6 điểm so với chính Huddersfield nhưng đá ít hơn 1 trận. Do vậy, chiến thắng là  nhiệm vụ bắt buộc với Stoke ở cuộc chạm trán sắp tới.

    Soi kèo Châu Á Huddersfield vs Stoke

    Có thể thấy Huddersfield đang chấp 1/4 theo tỷ lệ bóng đá không phải là một tín hiệu tích cực, bởi với ưu thế sân nhà cùng phong độ tốt hơn hẳn thì họ xứng đáng được tin tưởng nhiều hơn. Hay nói cách khác, Huddersfield không phải là kèo thơm ở trận đấu này. Có một thống kê rất đáng chú ý, đó là Stoke thắng kèo 4/6 trận sân khách gần đây, đồng thời thắng kèo 6/8 trận đối đầu với Huddersfield.

    Chọn: Stoke

    Soi kèo Châu Âu Huddersfield vs Stoke

    Phong độ của Huddersfield đang tốt hơn rất nhiều, nhưng Stoke lại cho thấy họ thực sự là khắc tinh với chủ nhà. Theo đó, Stoke thắng tới 5 và chỉ thua 1/8 trận đối đầu với Huddersfield. Khả năng tận dụng ưu thế sân nhà của Huddersfield cũng đang gặp vấn đề khi chỉ thắng 1/4 trận gần nhất tiếp khách tại John Smith's. Với khả năng chơi phản công lợi hại của mình, Stoke hoàn toàn có thể ra về với một chiến thắng.

    Chọn: Stoke thắng

    Soi kèo Tài Xỉu Huddersfield vs Stoke

    Soi kèo nhà cái không đánh giá cao kịch bản nổ Tài ở trận đấu này. Stoke thường chơi phòng ngự phản công khi du đấu, và đó là lý do họ chỉ thủng lưới 2 bàn ở 6 trận sân khách gần nhất, cả 6 trận về Xỉu. Huddersfield cũng không giỏi trong khâu ghi bàn, bằng chứng là 6/7 trận sân nhà gần nhất nổ súng không quá 1 lần, 5/7 trận khép lại với tối đa 2 bàn.

    Chọn: Xỉu

    Thông tin trước trận đấu

    Thành tích đối đầu Huddersfield vs Stoke

    Phong độ gần đây Huddersfield vs Stoke

    Đội hình dự kiến Huddersfield vs Stoke

    Huddersfield: Schofield; Pipa, Keogh, Sarr, Toffolo; Bacuna, Vallejo, O’Brien; Mbenza, Campbell, Aarons.

    Stoke: Bursik; Collins, Souttar, Chester, Norrington-Davies; Allen, Mikel; Clarke, Powell, McClean; Fletcher.

    Dự đoán tỷ số Huddersfield vs Stoke: 0-1

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  • latestfootiesnews
    22.01.2022 - 3 monts ago

    Auchinleck Talbot 0-4 Hearts: Premiership side comfortably avoid shock

    Hearts comfortably avoided a Scottish Cup fourth round shock by swatting aside sixth-tier side Auchinleck Talbot to reach the last 16.

    The Ayrshire outfit have form for knocking SPFL sides out of the cup but were kept at arms length by their top-flight opponents, who were the victims of a shock at Brora Rangers last term.

    Liam Boyce scored either side of the break to add to Andy Halliday's early header, then Peter Haring and Alex Cochrane ensured Hearts' place in the last 16.

    Talbot - who play in the West of Scotland Premier League - put out Championship side Hamilton Academical in the third round and have regularly taken SPFL scalps in the last two decades.

    It was no surprise then that Hearts boss Robbie Neilson picked a strong team, with John Souttar the only major absentee from their midweek league win due to injury, though talks continue about an expedited move to Rangers.

    But despite Talbot's reputation for a shock, and home advantage on a tight park at Beechwood, Hearts got to grips with their task early and went in front when Barrie McKay picked out Halliday to head home on 14 minutes.

    By that point Liam Boyce had already had a goal ruled out for offside, and then another chalked off for the same reason before the break when replays showed the Northern Irishman was clearly onside.

    But he did get his goal before the half-time whistle, sending Talbot captain Andrew Leishman the wrong way after Chris Stafford was penalised for handball in the box.

    The Premiership side's dominance continued and they effectively sealed their safe passage to the next round five minutes into the second half when Boyce glanced the ball into the bottom corner after a terrific run and cross to the back post by Halliday.

    Talbot's Graham Wilson had a great chance to immediately pull a goal back and restore some hope but skied his effort from 10 yards, which proved the end of the home side's resistance.

    Instead, Hearts comfortably got through the last half hour with Haring sweeping the ball into the top corner to cap a good move, before Cochrane tapped in Nathaniel Atkinson's cross to seal a professional display in the final 10 minutes.

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    Auchinleck Talbot

    Squad number1Player nameLeishman

    Squad number2Player nameStafford

    Squad number5Player nameMcCracken

    Squad number6Player nameHealy

    Squad number3Player nameWilson

    Squad number7Player nameArmstrong

    Squad number4Player nameMcPherson

    Squad number8Player nameWilson

    Squad number10Player nameSamson

    Squad number9Player nameBoylan

    Squad number11Player nameGlasgow

    Squad number15Player nameBoyd

    Squad number16Player nameMason

    Squad number18Player nameMcDowall

    Heart of Midlothian

    Squad number1Player nameGordon

    Squad number2Player nameSmith

    Squad number10Player nameBoyce

    Squad number12Player nameAtkinson

    Squad number3Player nameKingsley

    Squad number14Player nameDevlin

    Squad number5Player nameHaring

    Squad number16Player nameHalliday

    Squad number19Player nameHalkett

    Squad number18Player nameMcKay

    Squad number17Player nameCochrane

    Squad number8Player nameMcEneff

    Squad number11Player nameMackay-Steven

    Squad number30Player nameGinnelly

    Line-ups

    Auchinleck Talbot

    Formation 4-3-3

    1Leishman

    2Stafford

    5McCracken

    6HealySubstituted forBoydat 81'minutes

    3Wilson

    7Armstrong

    4McPherson

    8WilsonSubstituted forMasonat 68'minutes

    10Samson

    9BoylanSubstituted forMcDowallat 69'minutes

    11Glasgow

    Substitutes

    12Hyslop

    14Shankland

    15Boyd

    16Mason

    17Lyle

    18McDowall

    19White

    20Hewitt

    21McCracken

    Hearts

    Formation 4-4-2

    1Gordon

    2Smith

    10BoyceSubstituted forGinnellyat 82'minutes

    12Atkinson

    3Kingsley

    14Devlin

    5Haring

    16HallidaySubstituted forMcEneffat 69'minutes

    19Halkett

    18McKaySubstituted forMackay-Stevenat 78'minutes

    17Cochrane

    Substitutes

    6Baningime

    8McEneff

    11Mackay-Steven

    13Stewart

    30Ginnelly

    38Pollock

    Live Text

    Match ends, Auchinleck Talbot 0, Heart of Midlothian 5.

    Second Half ends, Auchinleck Talbot 0, Heart of Midlothian 5.

    Foul by Gary Mackay-Steven (Heart of Midlothian).

    Jamie Glasgow (Auchinleck Talbot) wins a free kick in the attacking half.

    Foul by Craig Halkett (Heart of Midlothian).

    Jack McDowall (Auchinleck Talbot) wins a free kick in the attacking half.

    Attempt missed. Aaron McEneff (Heart of Midlothian) right footed shot from outside the box is too high.

    Goal! Auchinleck Talbot 0, Heart of Midlothian 5. Alex Cochrane (Heart of Midlothian) left footed shot from the left side of the six yard box to the centre of the goal. Assisted by Nathaniel Atkinson.

    Substitution, Heart of Midlothian. Josh Ginnelly replaces Liam Boyce.

    Attempt missed. Jamie Glasgow (Auchinleck Talbot) right footed shot from the left side of the box misses to the right.

    Substitution, Auchinleck Talbot. William Boyd replaces Kieran Healy because of an injury.

    Goal! Auchinleck Talbot 0, Heart of Midlothian 4. Peter Haring (Heart of Midlothian) right footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom left corner. Assisted by Aaron McEneff.

    Substitution, Heart of Midlothian. Gary Mackay-Steven replaces Barrie McKay.

    Corner, Heart of Midlothian. Conceded by Aidan Wilson.

    Attempt missed. Jamie Glasgow (Auchinleck Talbot) left footed shot from a difficult angle on the left is close, but misses the top left corner.

    Corner, Heart of Midlothian. Conceded by Neil McPherson.

    Foul by Cameron Devlin (Heart of Midlothian).

    Keir Samson (Auchinleck Talbot) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

    Attempt missed. Barrie McKay (Heart of Midlothian) right footed shot from the right side of the six yard box misses to the right.

    Stephen Kingsley (Heart of Midlothian) wins a free kick on the left wing.

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  • thesoccerballguy
    19.01.2022 - 4 monts ago

    Glasgow Rangers, 56?

    It seems like years since rangers were crowned champions for the 55th time. Just over the half way point this season and there has been a ring of changes in the dug out and on the pitch, in all aspects, personnel, results, style and performance.

    Gerrard is very much in the past now Gio has had 8 games and a number of weeks to work with and get to know the players himself. There does seem to be a new mood in the squad a feel to impress and fight for the shirt again which was lacking under Gerrards latter days. Currently 4 points clear of second place Celtic and still in the europa league things at ibrox in first glance do seems almost flawless but 4 points is only 2 bad results and it’s a very strong Dortmund team awaiting in Europe.

    Does Gio know his strongest team? With the number of absentees you would assume he doesn’t but he has been getting a tune out of a number of players again. Kamara and Goodson were just 2 of many who you could accuse of coasting under Gerrard this season but not any more they seem eager to impress and performances have been a lot healthier just a bit more urgency and focus in them again.

    The absentee list is a worry especially with the old firm game sneaking up and Dortmund loom in the knock out stages of Europe. Helander, jack, Aribo, Steve Davis, Arfield, Balogun, Roofe and now Kent all missing for one reason or another whether it’s the Afcon, suspension, covid or injuries. The sooner these players are available the sooner Gio can make decisions on players from first hand experience and then maybe he can figure out his best 11.

    Nathan Patterson’s exit feels like the beginning of things to come, that type of money for a prospect could not be ignored and there has been whispers of interest in others in the playing squad which is only to be expected when the club has been winning games like they have these last 2 seasons. Many fans were sad to see Patterson leave but it’s the best bit of business Rangers have been able to move on in a decade. Too often have players left Ibrox for a pittance of their true value and if Rangers can continue with this model they could attract serious players to use them not just as a stage to attract from premier league clubs but a chance to win silverware also. Jermaine Defoe has said himself his only regret about Rangers was not singing sooner.

    Rangers have already recruited highly rated versatile James Sands, also Hearts centre half John Souttar has signed a pre contract with the Ibrox giants with whispers he could make the move this window. There have been other rumours though right now that’s all they are though the one that has seemed to build a bit of momentum again and has never really gone away is Aberdeen’s Lewis Ferguson. He is arguably one of the best midfielders in the league but you would imagine cost Rangers an arm and a leg but with Arfields contract running done, Davis another year older and Jack’s fitness issues this one does seem to make the most sense, he is a sure thing and a massive rangers fan himself. Leon King has been promoted to the first team which is great to see, defence is an area where Rangers do seem strong on paper so they must think very highly of the 18 year old. Nathan Patterson has shown that there is a pathway to the first team at Ibrox and it’s up to these young players to walk it themselves.

    The club is in a very good place and Gio does seem to be the right man for the job as Steven Gerrard did set the bar high Gio has walked into the club unfazed and knew exactly what was expected of him and his team. If he delivers another league title this season to the iconic trophy room not only will it cement Rangers as ‘being back’ it would look mighty good on Gios CV himself. Rangers are a huge club an institution and even though Scottish football has suffered from lack of funding over the years nobody can ignore the buzz at the Ibrox club. As much as Celtic have cruised almost effortlessly over almost a decade to title after title every single football fan would be hard pressed to say they didn’t miss a competitive Rangers team, it would seem they have gotten one. Glasgow is blue.

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  • footballonlinesite01
    18.01.2022 - 4 monts ago

    ข้อมูลกิจกรรมกีฬา คำแนะนำ และการเดิมพันฟุตบอล

    ' ใช้ทีม แต่มีเวลาบางส่วนหลังจากเกิดอุบัติเหตุทำลายแผนภูมิความลึกของเส้นชัยในนิวยอร์ก เขาแสดงในทุก ๆ เกม 16 เกมแรกของมินนิโซตาในปี 2564 แต่ถูกกำหนดเป้าหมายเพียง 5 ครั้งในขณะที่เฉลี่ย 11.5 สแนปต่อการแข่งขัน เฮิร์นดอนอายุครบ 26 ปีในเดือนกุมภาพันธ์ และ 60 เปอร์เซ็นต์ของอาชีพของเขาที่ได้รับหลาก็มาถึงในช่วงแคมเปญการตลาดมือใหม่ปี 2018 ของเขา เว็บ บอล

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  • latestfootiesnews
    17.01.2022 - 4 monts ago

    John Souttar: Rangers-bound defender 'available for Hearts until things change'

    Robbie Neilson says John Souttar is "big and old enough to make sure his head's right"

    John Souttar "will be available for selection until things change", says Hearts manager Robbie Neilson.

    The defender has signed a pre-contract with Rangers and could move this month for a fee but Ibrox boss Giovanni van Bronckhorst expects a summer arrival.

    Souttar, 25, and third-placed Hearts return to Scottish Premiership action at home to St Johnstone on Tuesday.

    "The most important thing is the football club and Hearts and the team going forward," said Neilson.

    "The objective is to get European football so we have to utilise the squad and play our best players and John is one of our best players so he will be available for selection until things change.

    "This is a really important season for us. We're sitting in a great position. Yes, there will be negativity but at the end of the day, it's about the football club."

    'He's reassured us that he'll give 100%'

    After spending large parts of the past two seasons out injured, Souttar has been a mainstay in the Hearts team this year - scoring three goals in 22 games - and made a scoring return to the Scotland side against Denmark in November.

    "I've spoken to John, he understands the situation," added Neilson. "He's big enough and old enough to make sure that his head's right. He's reassured us that he'll give 100% in training, which he has done. And 100% if selected."

    Van Bronckhorst is pleased to have lined up "a very good defender", adding: "It is very important for us that we keep our Scottish identity.

    "We have to wait on what will happen in this window, but as far as I know we welcome John in the summer."

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    15.01.2022 - 4 monts ago
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