Ally Mccoist & Ian Durrant

Alistair Murdoch Ally McCoist MBE, (/məˈkɔɪst/; 24 September 1962) is a Scottish football player, manager and pundit. Ian Durrant (born 29 October 1966 in Glasgow) is a former Scottish professional footballer who played for Rangers, Kilmarnock and the Scotland national team. 5.0/5

Ally Mccoist Ian Durrant Davie Cooper Brian Laudrup Andy Goram Third Division Lee Mcculloch Walter Smith Jon Daly Paul Gascoigne Major League Soccer Ross Perry Portland Timbers Nicky Law John Ferguson John Spencer Nicky Clarke Mark Hateley Stevie Smith

Ally McCoist and Ian Durrant were on target for the Ibrox side whilst Hugh Burns scored an OG at Stamford Bridge.
1988: Rangers thump Raith 4-1 in the Scottish Cup 3rd Round Replay courtesy of goals from Ian Durrant (2), Mark Walters and Ally McCoist.
1986: Goals from Ally McCoist, Ian Durrant and Davie Cooper sees Rangers to a 3-0 win over Hearts at Ibrox.
1985: Rangers defeat Celtic 3-0 courtesy of goals from Davie Cooper, Ian Durrant and Ally McCoist.
Fathers Day Gift??? Available for auction is this Rangers fc 13/14 home shirt. The shirt has been signed by the whole first team squad e.g, Bell, Templeton, Law, Daly, Wallace, Macleod, Mohsni, McCulloch etc. It has also been signed by the management team of Ally McCoist, Kenny McDowall, Ian Durrant and also Gordon Durie. This is an historic piece of Rangers memorabilia due the current squad of players achieving an undefeated league season for the first time in over 115 yrs. The starting bid is £50 and the auction will end on Monday night at 9pm. All money generated is going towards the Thurso Football Academy's expansion.
John Greig gave Ally McCoist his Rangers debut, Scot Symon gave Colin Jackson his debut and Jock Wallace gave Ian Durrant his Rangers debut
.under the watchful eyes of Ally McCoist & Ian Durrant. Do you think he'll retain his place today?
DEALING with s**t from above his head at Ibrox has become second nature to Ally McCoist. But when a bird decided to ruin his Rangers blazer during Saturday’s 5-1 win over Arbroath he must have wondered what next would be dropped on him from a great height. Unlike his wise-cracking sidekick Ian Durrant, maybe McCoist would be better served to view it as a sign of good luck, something he has rarely enjoyed in the Ibrox hotseat. As he completed a century of games as the club’s manager, he joked that he hopes the next 100 are a bit less eventful. But, deep down, he was serious. After all, the trials may be over at Ibrox – for the first time all McCoist’s new players were eligible against Arbroath – but the tribulations remain at a club which continues to stumble from one farce to the next. On the pitch, the team haven’t fully gelled yet. But having rattled in 23 goals in five League One games, he can hardly complain about how they’ve performed so far. However, at the top of the marble staircase, ...
On this day in 1992, Rangers beat Queen of the South 7-1 in a friendly. Mark Hateley scored a hat-trick with Ian Durrant, Ally McCoist,...
a great wee read from the copland road hope he gets them all /churchy by PamelaRFC | Guest Contributor Who doesn't remember the successful Nine In A Row years of Glasgow Rangers? It started in season 1988-89 under Graeme Souness, who was succeeded in 1991 by Walter Smith, and the ninth successive championship title was won in season 1996-97. In 1997-98, Walter Smith's last year as manager, there came an end to the glorious years. The original Nine In A Row period came directly before and during the Second World War however championships during the wartime era aren’t officially recognised. A few famous players of the Nine In A Row period are Ian Durrant, Davie Cooper, Ally McCoist, Paul Gascoigne, Brian Laudrup and Andy Goram but also so much more. Last week I came across a page about a fan who travels around to collect all the signatures of the players of the 9IAR years. I know a lot of dedicated fans, and I always like to meet new fans, so I contacted him and set a date for a call. The strip at Hampden ...
Rangers defender Ross Perry calls for more competition at the back STV 2 June 2013 11:50 BST Ross Perry says Rangers need to bring in new defenders this summer.SNS Group Rangers centre-back Ross Perry believes the club need to sign new defenders this summer to increase competition for places. The 23-year-old made 20 appearances for the first team last season as the Ibrox club claimed the Third Division title. Rangers have already brought in goalkeeper Cammy Bell this summer with other arrivals including midfielder Nicky Law and strikers Nicky Clarke and Jon Daly. Assistant manager Ian Durrant told STV on Friday that full-back Stevie Smith was close to an Ibrox return. Ally McCoist's men conceded 29 goals in the league last term and Perry believes they need reinforcements at the back. He told the club's official website: “We’ve said before that it was a very young side last year and a very new one with lots of boys playing their first season of competitive football. “Obviously it was going to be har ...
Rangers teenager Lewis MacLeod not concerned by arrival of midfield rival Nicky Law 1 Jun 2013 MOTHERWELL ace Law is set to move to Ibrox next season but 18-year-old MacLeod is up for the challenge of holding onto his shirt. LEWIS MACLEOD’S dream debut season at Rangers proved he isn’t easily fazed. So the prospect of new faces such as midfield ace Nicky Law arriving in Govan over the summer doesn’t worry the 18-year-old. Macleod – who made 26 appearances for Gers in the Third Division – insists he’s ready to be even better this term under Ally McCoist. He said: “At the start of last season I just hoped to play in Rangers’ 19s. “So I achieved much more than I expected and I was delighted with it. “I know there will be more expectation on my shoulders next season. It puts a bit of pressure on me but I like it like that. “Last year I came into the team and nobody knew who I was. But this year most people will know me and how I play. “So I’ll have a bit of expectation on me. I just ...
RANGERS boss Ally McCoist today strengthened his squad further by signing left-back Stevie Smith on a two-year deal. The capture of the former Gers defender takes McCoist's total number of summer signings to five. He has already brought in Cammy Bell, Nicky Clark, Jon Daly and Nicky Law to the Ibrox club.
Thursday, 30 May 2013 10:00 Gers To Face Owls Written by Neil Smith Gers To Face Owls RANGERS will take on English Championship side Sheffield Wednesday in a pre-season friendly at Hillsborough on Wednesday 24 July, kick-off 7.45pm. The game will give Ally McCoist the chance to watch his new-look side in action for the last time before the 2013/14 campaign gets underway, with the first round of the Ramsdens Cup being played on July 27. Recent signings Cammy Bell, Nicky Law, Nicky Clark and Jon Daly will all travel south to face Dave Jones' players and it is sure to be an entertaining 90 minutes of football for both sets of supporters to enjoy. The Owls finished 18th in English football’s second-tier in 2012/13 having taken 58 points from their 46 league games with a capacity crowd turning up at Hillsborough to watch their crucial 2-0 victory over Middlesbrough on the final day of the season, a result which helped retain their Championship status. The friendly on July 24 will bring two great British clu ...
IAN DURRANT was lavish in his praise of the Rangers youngsters who performed so well at the Hong Kong Sevens – naming two of his squad as players of the tournament. The Murray Park kids just missed out on a place in the final when they lost 3-2 to an older, stronger and more experienced Newcastle side that featured striker Sammy Ameobi and Connor Newton and Paul Dummett who won the League Cup while on loan with St Mirren last season. And Durrant reckons there are so many positives to take from the competition and the whole experience. Earlier today the youngsters claimed the scalp of Manchester City and that certainly impressed Ally McCoist who spoke to the squad from the USA on speaker phone. Durrant said: “The boys were different class and I can’t praise them high enough in terms of their work ethic especially against two strong teams from England, especially Newcastle who were far stronger and older than us. “They are a credit to the club. The way they went about their business and stood up to ...
FANS who purchase tomorrow’s matchday programme will get a FREE DVD of 'The Rising: Rangers One Year On From Administration'. The Rising covers the extraordinary events from last spring to present day with exclusive contributions from Charles Green, Ally McCoist, Lee Mcculloch, Neil Alexander, Ian Durrant and fans. The fascinating documentary has been a big hit with supporters so make sure you get this weekend’s programme to get your FREE DVD! Also in ‘Ready’ Charles Green, Malcolm Murray and Ally McCoist reflect on yesterday’s verdict from the SPL Commission. And there is an exclusive interview with man-of-the-moment Andy Little who recalls scoring a hat-trick against East Stirlingshire in Rangers’ first home fixture in the Third Division on August 18, 2012. The Ulsterman discusses playing in his current attacking role and the helpful tips and advice he has been receiving from his manager. Comedian Andy Cameron also looks at Little’s attributes as a striker and believes he can blossom into ...
Really hope gazza can beat the drink, of of the true greats in his day. As a young boy growing up watching a rangers team with him, Brian Laudrup, Ally McCoist, Mark Hateley, Ian Durrant, Richard Gough and big Andy Goram that was a team that could mix it with any. Get well soon gazza *8*
COULD BOYD BE HOME SOON? SCOTTISH clubs were last night put on standby after Major League Soccer club Portland Timbers got set to cut ties with Kris Boyd after only a year. n Striker Kris Boyd was a poacher supreme for Gers The former Scotland and Rangers striker has been training with Ally McCoist's side this month and it appears his American dream is over. Boyd had been signed by former Timbers coach John Spencer after spells at Eskisehirspor and Middlesbrough. But it was at Kilmarnock and Rangers that the now 29-year-old had his most successful spells and he is the all-time top scorer in the history of the SPL. However, if the Ibrox club were interested then Boyd would not be able to play until September when Gers' transfer embargo ends. Meanwhile, Ian Durrant has predicted fans will still turn out in force if the Ibrox club has to play in the bottom division again next season. The coach branded controversial proposals to introduce a 12-12-18 set-up for the start of the 2013/14 campaign "unfair". But t ...
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