Ally Mccoist & Stirling Albion

Alistair Murdoch Ally McCoist MBE, (/məˈkɔɪst/; 24 September 1962) is a Scottish football player, manager and pundit. Stirling Albion Football Club is a Scottish association football club based in the city of Stirling. The club was founded in 1945 following the demise of King's Park F.C. 5.0/5

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Hope he leads by example. Great to see him back. Greg SATURDAY, 02 MARCH 2013 11:00 Captain Faces Shire WRITTEN BY ANDREW DICKSON Lee Mcculloch returns to the Rangers starting line-up for the first time in eight weeks this afternoon as the Light Blues face East Stirlingshire at Ibrox. The club captain hasn’t featured since the 1-1 draw with Elgin on January 5 because of an ankle injury. But after it finally began clearing last week, he returned to full training on Monday and will join in-form Andy Little in a two-man attack against Shire. Ally McCoist wasn’t happy with the way his men performed in their 1-1 stalemate with Stirling Albion at Forthbank on Tuesday night. And he has changed his system accordingly, with the manager reverting to a 4-4-2 system against John Coughlin’s side. McCulloch comes in for Dean Shiels, who drops out of the squad completely from four days ago. Otherwise it’s the same team which faced the Binos, meaning Kal Naismith retains his place on the right side of midfield t ...
Rangers boss Ally McCoist has denied a lack of bravery is the cause of his side's defensive frailties as yet another set-piece lapse cost them victory at Forthbank for the second time this season. Stirling Albion - who back in October had inflicted the Ibrox side's only Irn-Bru Third Division defeat of the campaign so far - stunned Rangers again as Ross Forysth's second-half header at Forthbank cancelled out Andy Little's 22nd goal of this term. The Binos' leveller came as the Light Blues' back four failed to read a Kieran McAnespie free-kick, despite the former Hearts and St Johnstone man giving them three tasters of his dead-ball talents in the opening period. The Glasgow giants also conceded from a cross into the box against Berwick on Saturday and came unstuck in their recent William Hill Scottish Cup defeat to Dundee United as the Tannadice side benefitted from a similar source. McCoist insists his men have been well drilled on the art of defending set-pieces into the penalty area but doesn't belief ...
SOMETIMES there are just no excuses, occasions where the defence simply doesn't have a case. Last night was certainly one of them for Rangers as they, once again, failed to emerge from Forthbank with a victory. The lowest point of their campaign in the Irn-Bru Third Division came in October when they suffered an embarrassing 1-0 defeat at the hands of a Stirling Albion side that was rooted to the foot of the table . Ally McCoist's men might have managed to fair slightly better on their return to the same venue last night by notching a 1-1 draw, but it has to go down as another shocking result with a performance to match from the Ibrox men. Some may try to claim it is difficult not to go through the motions on occasions when you boast a 22-point lead at the top of the table and are cruising towards the title – but that is utter nonsense. Even in second gear, the team McCoist sent out to take on Stirling Albion should have been more than good enough to bag three points and to do it in relatively comfortab ...
LIVE UK coverage on RangersTV is back tonight as your club channel brings you Stirling Albion v Rangers live. The online station will be the only place Rangers fans can follow the game live as Ally McCoist's side aims to avenge their only league defeat of the season. You can purchase the match for £5.99 wherever you are in the world by clicking here:
CHRIS Hegarty today dismissed claims Rangers are home and dry in the race for the Irn-Bru Third Division title but he has urged his team-mates to remain fully focused. Ally McCoist's team, who have a game in hand, moved nine points clear at the top of the league table at the weekend with a 6-2 win over nearest rivals Elgin City at Borough Briggs. The Ibrox club's youngsters, who often struggled at the start of the 2012/13 campaign, appear to have found their feet in senior football away from home. Now McCoist has a strong pool of players from which to choose from, with Emilson Cribari, Kevin Kyle, Ross Perry and Francisco Sandaza all returning to full fitness. But Hegarty, who is hoping to get the nod to play in defence against Clyde at Ibrox this afternoon, knows how difficult it can be to get results in the fourth tier. He remembers the embarrassing draws on the road against Peterhead, Berwick and Annan and the defeat to Stirling Albion earlier this term. And the 20-year-old centre half has stressed he ...
MONDAY 24 DECEMBER 2012 TEXT SIZE All bets are off as Rangers romp to finish By CHRIS JACK THEY are the only thoroughbreds on show-and now the one-horse race is set to be a canter to the finish for Rangers. Ally McCoist is insistent the Third Division title is not won yet When Ally McCoist's side finally get their hands on the Irn-Bru Third Division title, it will hardly be the greatest of surprises. It is a feat they were expected to achieve fairly comfortably from the moment they were banished to Scotland's bottom tier last summer and now the path to championship glory is clearer than ever. There are, of course, hurdles that will have to be negotiated along the way, but after notching up their eighth successive league win on Saturday – a run that stretches back to their disastrous defeat against Stirling Albion in October – the Light Blues are stretching their legs, and their advantage, at a steady rate. Gone, it seems, are the troubles on the road that blighted them in the opening weeks of the ca . ...
THURSDAY, 20 DECEMBER 2012 11:00 The Perfect Festive Gift WRITTEN BY RANGERS FOOTBALL CLUB A NEW DVD celebrating Rangers Football Club’s 140th anniversary and featuring exclusive interviews with Ally McCoist, Charles Green, Lee Mcculloch and Malcolm Murray is the ideal Christmas gift for the Light Blue legions. Thousands of copies of the DVD were sold at Tuesday night’s match against Annan and it is available to buy now priced £12.99 at www.rangers.co.uk and the Rangers Megastore at Ibrox Stadium. The Club’s 140 year history was officially celebrated at the Stirling Albion game on Saturday 8 December and this DVD captures the majesty of the event that saw a host of legends like John Greig, Richard Gough, Michael Mols, Colin Stein, Lorenzo Amoruso, Derek Johnstone and Willie Henderson appear on the pitch. Fans can enjoy behind the scenes footage of the day, a special question and answer session from the gala dinner at Ibrox the night before and passionate contributions from the Manager, Chief Execu ...
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 . ...
Rangers suffered a shock first defeat in the Irn-Bru Third Division after crashing to a 1-0 defeat against bottom side Stirling Albion. The hosts had lost their last five league outings but picked up their second win of the campaign after Brian Allison grabbed the only goal of the game. Having struggled on the road so far this season, this was the match which appeared destined to provide Rangers with their elusive first away win in the league. Ally McCoist's men faced a side rooted to the bottom of the table, whose manager Greig McDonald was absent from the dugout to attend his own wedding, and knowing victory would propel them to the Third Division summit. They were also boosted by the return from injury of key players Dean Shiels and Ian Black, who both started at Forthbank. Instead, it was Stirling who surged into the lead after just eight minutes. Mark Ferry delivered a corner to the back post which dropped for Allison, who took advantage of dreadful defending from Rangers to bundle over the line. The ...
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