Ally Mccoist & Lee Wallace

Alistair Murdoch Ally McCoist MBE, (/məˈkɔɪst/; 24 September 1962) is a Scottish football player, manager and pundit. Lee Wallace (born 1 August 1987 in Edinburgh, Scotland) is a Scottish professional footballer who played for the former football team Rangers in the Scottish Premier League. 5.0/5

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Rangers news Rangers manager Ally McCoist insists he is not 'bombproof' and says Rangers' financial problems will not save him from the sack if the Ibrox board want to get rid of him. (Daily Record) Defender Lee Wallace admits Rangers have not been good enough this season and hopes a frank discussion between the players and management in the wake of their 3-1 defeat by Hibernian will help kick-start their campaign. (Daily Record) But Wallace says writing off Rangers' Championship title hopes would be a mistake. (Various) Sir John Hall, who sold Newcastle to Mike Ashley, has told Rangers fans that the Sports Direct tycoon is the man to save the troubled Govan club. (Scottish Sun: print edition)
Rangers 4-2 Fulham: Gers see off Cottagers GOALS from Lewis Macleod, Kenny Miller, Nicky Law and Nicky Clark gave Rangers a 4-2 victory over English Championship side Fulham at Murray Park this afternoon. A strong Rangers side started the match, with Cammy Bell between the sticks, and a back four of Richard Foster, Lee Mcculloch, Bilel Mohsni and Lee Wallace, while in midfield David Templeton made his first pre-season appearance. Youngster Ryan Sinnamon played part of the second half, replacing Wallace after 66 minutes. Kenny Miller put the Ibrox side ahead following Mohsni’s knock-down from Fraser Aird’s corner, before Moussa Dembele headed Fulham back on level terms. On the 20 minute mark, Lewis Macleod - in his first game since January - restored Rangers’ advantage with a 25-yard drive, but Colombian striker Hugo Rodallega levelled for the London club from 15 yards. Rangers boss Ally McCoist made four changes at half time, including Steve Simonsen, back training with the club following the expira ...
RANGERS 3 V ARBROATH 2 Rangers twice came from behind to beat Arbroath and move 23 points clear at the top of Scottish League One. David Banjo fired the visitors ahead but Jon Daly stroked home to level before half-time. Arbroath led again when Robert Linn escaped the Rangers defence to score only for David Templeton to tuck away the home side's second equaliser. A foul on Daly gave Lee Mcculloch the chance to score from the penalty spot and the club captain converted. And, with nearest challengers Dunfermline losing, Ally McCoist's side extended their lead at the top. With over 40 point separating Rangers and Arbroath before kick-off, few would have expected the second-bottom side in the division to net first at Ibrox. But Banjo had other ideas, converting Alan Cook's cross to stun the large home crowd. Lee Wallace's powerful effort flew past the Arbroath post and team-mate Ian Black came close with a free-kick before the pair combined to set up Daly for the leveller. Dean Shiels fired into the side nett ...
DJ PLEADS TO WALLACE NOT TO AXE RANGERS STARS IN CASH CUT Wallace met with Gers manager Ally McCoist this week to outline the drastic cost-cutting measures he will be implementing. He has to slash costs as the stricken SPFL League One club is currently operating at a loss. And several members of the first-team squad could be moved on in an attempt to drive down the high wage bill. But Rangers legend Derek Johnstone believes it would be catastrophic if stars like Lewis Macleod and Lee Wallace are sold as he fears financial repercussions. He said: "Graham Wallace has gone in to Rangers as chief executive and his remit is to make sure the club is healthy financially. "If the club is losing £1million a month, as we are told it is, then something has to be done. "But Ally's job is to get a team on the park that can compete in the upper echelons of the Scottish game. "How is he going to do that if two or three of his top players are going to be sold?" Johnstone added: "At the same time, Rangers have got 35,000 ...
Lee looks happy at Rangers ALLY McCoist has been given assurances by senior officials at Rangers that he will not need to sell any of his best players in the January transfer window. Derek Johnstone Lee Wallace showed great loyalty by staying at Ibrox when other players were leaving And given Lee Wallace's clear affinity with the Ibrox club I would expect the left-back to remain where he is. Lee could easily have left the Glasgow giants along with many of his team-mates when the club dropped down to the bottom tier last summer. But, along with Lee Mcculloch, he showed great loyalty and stayed. Having said that, every player is up for grabs at Rangers if the money is right. The SPFL League One leaders will not accept a bid of £1million for him. But if a club came in with a bid that was over the top it may be considered. I have, meanwhile, been baffled by the criticism Ally has been subjected to for not finalising his pay cut. Rangers have been run by two men - directors James Easdale and Brian Stockbridge ...
Ally McCoist hopeful Lee Wallace will be at Rangers for years to come. - He'll be lucky if there's a rangers in months to come
Rangers set a new post-war club record in emphatic style as they cruised to their 19th consecutive win with a 6-1 victory over Forfar. Lewis Macleod holds off Forfar defenders Forfar may be the only side to defeat the Light Blues so far this season after coming out on top in a League Cup tie at Station Park in August. But this clash at Ibrox proved to be a very different experience for the Loons, with Ally McCoist's men in formidable and ruthless form. Nicky Clark was the star of the show in the Scottish League One clash after helping himself to four goals as the home side ran riot against their previous conquerors. Lee Wallace and skipper Lee Mcculloch also contributed to the goals haul, with Gavin Swankie's earlier equaliser for the visitors proving to be nothing more than scant consolation in the end. As well as setting a new record, the win also allowed Rangers to maintain their 100 per cent record in the league this season. The home side made one change from the William Hill Scottish Cup win at Falki ...
THERE has been a negative reaction from some people to Ally McCoist signing Stevie Smith for Rangers again this week. The complaint I have heard from many folk is that Stevie is always injured. But since he has left the Ibrox club he has played pretty regularly for Norwich, Aberdeen and the Portland Timbers. Personally, I am pleased for the player and think he will be a good addition to the Third Division champions' squad. Ally has not simply brought the defender back to the Light Blues in the hope he will be fit and able to play. He has watched him in training just about every day since the start of the year along with Kris Boyd and Kenny Miller. He knows exactly what sort of shape the former Scotland Under-21 player is in and what he will bring to his team in the coming two seasons. I think Stevie will give him great options. He can, for example, play him at left-back and put Lee Wallace in at centre-half if need be. Or he could play the two of them wide on the left flank. Both men can play in midfield ...
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: Ally McCoist expected more from senior players Manager Ally McCoist was critical of some his senior players after Rangers crashed out of the Scottish Cup with a 3-0 loss at Dundee United. "It was certainly poor," said McCoist. "Probably our bigger SPL players should have done better today. "It was a disappointing day for one or two who, with SPL experience, would hopefully have done better. "When criticism is due and warranted, believe me, they get it. Some of the players got it today after the game." The home side opened the scoring inside the first minute at Tannadice through Johnny Russell, who completed a double in the second half, after Jon Daly doubled the advantage in a one-sided match. The visitors were without influential skipper Lee Mcculloch but they did have a starting line-up boasting players with recent experience of playing in the top flight - in the shape of Lee Wallace, Ian Black, David Templeton, Francisco Sandaza and Dean Shiels. "The flip side of the coin is that United knocke ...
Ally McCoist believes his Rangers players will be given the same opportunity as anyone else to stake a claim for a place in new Scotland boss Gordon Strachan's plans, regardless of the club's Irn-Bru Third Division status. Strachan was confirmed as Craig Levein's successor on Tuesday and his first task will be to select a squad for next month's friendly against Estonia at Pittodrie. So far, Ian Black is the only Rangers player to feature in the national team since the club was demoted to the bottom tier of Scottish football in the summer. Lee Wallace, who has six caps, and David Templeton are among those who have performed well for the Light Blues this term, and McCoist expects Strachan to be open-minded when assessing his options. He said: "I'm certainly not going to attempt to tell him how to pick his squad or his team. What I would say is, I think if our players deserve to be in the international squad, I don't see any reason why Gordon wouldn't pick them. I'm sure he would." Strachan was quickly insta ...
RANGERS won’t let up in their pursuit of the Third Division title – even if they go 30 points clear of their rivals, according to Lee Wallace. The Ibrox full-back knows there is still a long way to go before they can be crowned champions. But a 12-point lead was secured by beating Clyde on Boxing Day and Ally McCoist could see his men go even further in front by seeing off Queen’s Park at Hampden tomorrow. Wallace said: “Even if it gets to 30 points, we’ll never take our foot off the gas – that’s what the manager instilled in us. We need to stay focused and grounded. Lee Wallace tells SPL stars they'll love life with Rangers in lower leagues “The league isn’t over yet. We’ll give every opponent the respect they deserve and hopefully continue to give a good account of ourselves. “We want to keep this momentum going. You can’t afford any mistakes in this league because you’ll be punished. We had a few instances of that earlier in the season. “But we’re 12 points clear after nin ...
THURSDAY 27 DECEMBER 2012 TEXT SIZE Ally: Little a doubt for Hampden trip By MATTHEW LINDSAY ANDY LITTLE is a doubt for Rangers ahead of their trip to Queen's Park on Saturday. Andy Little had to be taken off against Clyde He was substituted in the first half of yesterday's 3-0 win against Clyde. However, the good news for Gers manager Ally McCoist is the 13-goal hitman's hamstring injury is not serious and his departure was merely a precaution. The Northern Ireland internationalist came off after just 25 minutes of the 3-0 victory over the Bully Wee, shortly after Lee Wallace had scored the opening goal. He was a concern for McCoist at the time, but afterwards the boss revealed it was only tightness rather than anything more sinister that forced Little to come off early. Lewis Macleod is another player who needed treatment on the pitch. He was replaced during the recent 6-2 win at Elgin. But despite taking a couple of knocks in the last few days, McCoist expects Macleod will be fit enough for Hampden. .. ...
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