Ally Mccoist & Kyle Hutton

Alistair Murdoch Ally McCoist MBE, (/məˈkɔɪst/; 24 September 1962) is a Scottish football player, manager and pundit. Kyle Hutton (born 5 February 1991) is a Scottish association footballer who currently plays for Rangers. 5.0/5

Ally Mccoist Kyle Hutton Ian Black Lewis Macleod Chris Hegarty David Templeton Ross Perry Kal Naismith Nicky Clark Chris Kyle Third Division Dean Shiels Barrie McKay Arnold Peralta Lee Mcculloch Jon Daly Fran Sandaza Scottish Cup Kevin Kyle Darren Cole

Question. How could Ally McCoist (still on payroll) ever pick Ian Black and Kyle Hutton ahead of Andy Murdoch?
Law, Black And Daly Start Nicky Law, Ian Black and Jon Daly have all been named in the Rangers starting XI for today’s Ramsdens Cup Final against Raith Rovers at Easter Road. The experienced trio were all doubts in the build-up to the big game but they have been given the all-clear to play which is a massive boost for the Light Blues as they look to win the Cup for the first time in the club’s history. In total Ally McCoist makes four changes to the side that started against Arbroath at Gayfield Park eight days ago. Bilel Mohsni, who was suspended last weekend, returns to the Gers backline in place of Seb Faure while Robbie Crawford drops out with Black playing alongside Kyle Hutton in the centre of midfield. Arnold Peralta misses today's game because of bookings he received in previous rounds and it is Stevie Smith who takes the Honduran’s place. Up top Nicky Law gets the nod ahead of Nicky Clark with the Englishman expected to play in the hole between the midfield and Rangers' top scorer Jon Daly. ...
Scottish League One: Forfar v Rangers team news Last Updated: 20/01/14 10:55am Rangers boss Ally McCoist fears striker Nicky Clark could be out for as long as seven weeks after a scan showed he has fractured his right foot. Clark suffered severe bruising to the foot in the 1-0 win at Airdrie on January 2 Suspended midfield duo Ian Black and Arnold Peralta will also miss Monday night's League One clash with Forfar as well as Steven Smith (ankle), Chris Hegarty (ankle), Kyle Hutton (broken leg) and Ross Perry (ankle). But David Templeton (thigh), Lewis Macleod (calf) and Dean Shiels (arm) have shaken off knocks and are in the frame after taking part in full training.
RANGERS have been rocked by news Nicky Clark is expected to be out for around six weeks after it was revealed he has a fracture in his right foot. The striker took a kick during the 1-0 win over Airdrieonians on January 2 and was consequently only fit enough to sit on the bench at Stenhousemuir three days later. After that he was sent for an x-ray which proved to be inconclusive but a further scan has highlighted a small fracture. That swells a treatment room already well populated by the likes of Ross Perry, Chris Hegarty, Kyle Hutton and Stevie Smith at present. It also leaves Ally McCoist short of recognised forwards, with Jon Daly and Andy Little his only fit senior strikers. Clark’s absence means he should miss around half a dozen games, starting with Monday’s trip to Forfar Athletic.
Black Misses Cup Tie Ian Black will miss tomorrow’s Scottish Cup third round tie with Airdrieonians as he serves a suspension carrying over from last season. The midfielder was sent off in the 3-0 defeat to Dundee United in the last 16 of the event at Tannadice. He consequently serves a ban against the Diamonds and that creates an opening in the side for someone else to come in. Kyle Hutton has featured a couple of times as a substitute recently against Brechin and East Fife and he could make his first start of the campaign. Arnold Peralta could also drop back into a deeper role to allow the likes of Andy Little or Robbie Crawford to feature on the right side of the usual more advanced midfield three. Elsewhere, Ross Perry is undergoing surgery on his ankle in London today in order to finally get him back on the road to recovery. All being well, he will be expected to start running again in about 12 weeks as he looks to put around 18 months of injury problems behind him once and for all. Chris Hegarty i ...
fran -WEDNESDAY, 06 NOVEMBER 2013 Temps In, Lewis Out WRITTEN BY ANDREW DICKSON RANGERS manager Ally McCoist makes three changes to his team for tonight’s League One fixture with Dunfermline as he freshens his side up. The Light Blues have failed to lead at the break in any of their last five games, although they have gone on to win every time. Manager McCoist is therefore looking for his men to start better against the Pars and the changes in personnel this evening reflect that. One alteration was expected, with Ian Black taking his place in the starting XI once again after a suspension last time out in the Scottish Cup against Airdrie. Kyle Hutton comes out of the first XI after featuring against the Diamonds and he takes a place among the substitutes. Lewis Macleod is a surprise omission, while Nicky Clark also drops to the bench as Andy Little takes his place up front next to Jon Daly. David Templeton is given an opportunity on the left flank after scoring on Friday night against Gary Bollan’s te ...
PERALTA NEXT IN THE DOOR RANGERS manager Ally McCoist is set to make Honduran midfielder Arnold Peralta his next summer signing. Rangers manager Ally McCoist is working hard to complete signings McCoist this week started his attempts to strengthen his Gers squad when he landed Cammy Bell on a four-year deal. And more targets are set to follow the Scotland cap into Ibrox soon – with Peralta poised to be the next to put pen to paper. Both McCoist and his No.2 Kenny McDowall were impressed with the player during separate scouting missions to Central America. The tough tackler, 24, is hoped to complement Ian Black and Kyle Hutton while adding bite to his team in the boiler room. The Vida player has been capped 13 times by his country and played in the Olympic Games in London last summer. Peralta was asked about the interest of the Irn-Bru Third Division champions last month. He said: "I first heard of their interest when I played against Panama. It is a great opportunity for my future." Dundee United captai ...
Dean Shiels will return to Rangers’ starting eleven for today’s SFL3 clash against Jim Chapman’s Annan Athletic. The 28-year-old playmaker will make his 29th appearance of the season, two of which were from the bench, taking the place of David Templeton who has picked up an Achilles injury. This is the only change Ally McCoist has made to the side which kicked-off against East Stirlingshire last weekend. That means Kal Naismith retains his place and it is the second time the youngster has faced the Galabankies after he replaced Andy Little in Rangers’ 3-0 victory over Annan at Ibrox on December 18. As expected a back four of Anestis Argyriou, Emilson Cribari, Chris Hegarty and Lee Wallace will play in front of ever-present keeper Neil Alexander. Naismith is once again expected to start on the right side of midfield with Ian Black and Kyle Hutton through the middle and Shiels on the left. Up top in-form Andy Little, who is now on 24 goals for the season, will support skipper Lee Mcculloch who is on ...
RANGERS manager Ally McCoist is sticking with a winning formula as he fields the same starting XI against Clyde which beat Queen’s Park last week. The Ibrox boss was impressed with his men as they scored four second-half goals against the Spiders to go 22 points clear at the top of the Third Division. And he’s looking for the same side to do a job for him again at Broadwood as he goes into that match minus seven senior players. Club captain Lee Mcculloch, Kevin Kyle, Lewis Macleod, Darren Cole, Ross Perry and Fran Sandaza are all injured, while Kal Naismith is suspended. That means Andy Little will lead the line once again after his double against the Hampden outfit seven days ago. He’ll be supported by wingers David Templeton and Barrie McKay, with Dean Shiels playing in behind his countryman in the hole. Ian Black teams up with Kyle Hutton in central midfield after he scored his first goal for the club last time out. And a back four of Anestis Argyriou, Chris Hegarty, Emilson Cribari and skipper-f ...
FRANCISCO SANDAZA was back on target as Rangers beat Peterhead 1-0 at Balmoor to stretch their lead at the top of the Scottish Third Division to 19 points.The Spaniard netted his second goal for the Light Blues on 29 minutes and it was a poacher’s strike following excellent play from Lee Wallace.This put Rangers on their way to an important victory against Jim McInally’s men who worked hard throughout and made the second half a battle in front of 4,855 fans.The Blue Toon had five players booked throughout the 90 minutes, including striker Rory McAllister who was sent off after the hour mark for a second bookable offence.Ally McCoist made one change to his team with Ian Black in the starting line-up after he served a one-match ban against Berwick last weekend.He joined Lewis Macleod in the engine room, with Kyle Hutton dropping into a deeper role as he made his 10th consecutive start.Andy Little featured once more on the right flank with David Templeton supporting Sandaza from the opposite side and Chr ...
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IN THE macho world of football, it is very rare for a player to admit that he and his colleagues were not as physically robust as they should have been. At the start of their first season in Scotland’s lowest league – and they had never played outside the top flight – Rangers were taken aback by the physical side of their new opponents, according to Kyle Hutton. It’s a brave thing to admit, even if the problem was obvious three months ago. “We knew it was going to be physical,” said Hutton, “But maybe we didn’t realise how physical it was going to be.” The penny dropped, according to both Hutton and his manager Ally McCoist, during the 2-0 victory at Clyde, the Ibrox club’s first away win in the Third Division. “That game was a turning point,” said Hutton. “The gaffer came in and said to us that it was the turning point, and we kicked right on from there. Every game now our mentality has changed and we need to be a lot tougher on the field. All in all we are handling it a lot bet ...
INJURY UPDATES ANDY LITTLE has returned to training after suffering a hamstring strain but remains a doubt for tomorrow’s league meeting with Queen’s Park at Hampden. The Rangers forward had to come off in the first half of Wednesday’s 3-0 win over Clyde at Ibrox with the problem. After the match, Light Blues manager Ally McCoist said he expected the Northern Ireland international would struggle to be fit for the game with the Spiders. And although Little was able to work with the squad this morning after receiving treatment yesterday, it remains to be seen if he is named in the pool for the fixture at Hampden. Lewis Macleod is fine to perform after he had to come off in midweek having taken an accidental elbow in the face. And Ian Black is now available again after returning to full training earlier this week having missed the last five matches because of a knee problem. He faces a battle to reclaim his starting spot though after some impressive showings from Kyle Hutton while he has deputised in h ...
With a 6-2 victory over Elgin City at Borough Briggs Saturday, Rangers are now nine points clear in the Third Division with a game in hand. After a sticky start to the season where they had plenty of criticism, this young Gers team now have me convinced they are the real deal. They will still draw a couple of away matches and possibly lose another, but when the final game ends in the division the title will be won by more than 20 points. The only negative against Elgin City, as in many other games this season, was the lack of a clean sheet. Losing goals is a continual worry for Ally McCoist, but to be fair on this occasion both strikes from City were as good as you will see in any league this weekend. Although not a huge fan of Brazilian Emilson Cribari, it was fantastic to see him return from injury after months on the sidelines. Not only for his experience and to have the opportunity to prove people like yours truly wrong (although it has to be added that Cribari played well), but as much to release Ger ...
TUESDAY, 11 DECEMBER 2012 13:25 Kids Can Be Legends WRITTEN BY ANDREW DICKSON CHARLIE MILLER has told Rangers’ youngsters they can become club legends by taking the Light Blues back to the top of Scottish football. The former Ibrox midfielder was one of many ex-players back on their old stomping ground at the weekend as part of Gers’ 140 years celebrations. Someone who broke through into the first team at the age of 17 in September 1993, Miller knows what it takes to make an impact at such a young age. And he has spoken of his admiration for those who are now making themselves regulars in the side under Ally McCoist. The way things are panning out at Rangers just now was summed up in a wonderful image after Andy Little scored the team’s clinching second goal against Stirling on Saturday. As he wheeled away in celebration, he was quickly joined by jubilant team-mates Kyle Hutton, Kal Naismith, Chris Hegarty, Barrie McKay, Lewis Macleod and Tom Walsh. That’s a sight that should excite any Light Blu ...
MONDAY 10 DECEMBER 2012 TEXT SIZE Kyle Hutton eager to fill Ian Black void for Rangers By CHRIS JACK KYLE HUTTON hopes he can make the most of Ian Black's absence as he bids to hold down a regular Rangers starting berth. Kyle Hutton hopes to push his first-team claims at Rangers Black was crocked during the the Scottish Cup win over Elgin eight days ago and was forced to miss their Irn-Bru Third Division win over Stirling Albion on Saturday as Rangers marked their 140th anniversary with a 2-0 Ibrox triumph. With Lee Mcculloch once again filling in at centre-half, Hutton was handed a starting jersey alongside fellow Murray Park protege Lewis Macleod at the heart of the Light Blues midfield. The youngster has just a handful of appearances to his credit so far this season but is keen to use the coming weeks to prove his worth to boss Ally McCoist after another composed performance in the middle of the park. Hutton said: "It is good to be back playing. Unfortunately for Blackie he is injured but it means th . ...
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