Ally Mccoist & Third Division

Alistair Murdoch Ally McCoist MBE, (/məˈkɔɪst/; 24 September 1962) is a Scottish football player, manager and pundit. In sport, the Third Division, also called Division 3, Division Three, or Division III, is often the third highest division of a league, and will often have promotion and relegation with divisions above and below. 5.0/5

Ally Mccoist Third Division Dean Shiels Lewis Macleod Ian Black Charles Green Elgin City Nicky Law Kevin Kyle Lee Mcculloch Kyle Hutton Kenny Miller Jon Daly Kris Boyd Barrie McKay Ibrox Stadium Stevie Smith Cammy Bell Emilson Cribari Ian Durrant Kal Naismith

RANGERS youngster Barrie McKay has joined SPFL Championship side Morton on a one-month loan deal. The winger featured 41 times for the Light Blues last season as they won the Third Division title by 24 points. But with a much more experienced squad at his disposal this season, manager Ally McCoist has used McKay far less than many people expected. The bulk of his outings since the summer have been in Gordon Durie’s under-20 side, with just 65 minutes of top-team action coming otherwise. McKay, who turns 19 on Monday, last featured at senior level back in September, when he played the final seven minutes of a 1-0 win at Forfar. Manager Ally McCoist spoke last month of his confidence that the teenage talent would find his best form again after struggling to stay involved in recent months. But with no under-20 fixtures scheduled until January 21, he has taken the opportunity to farm McKay out to gain additional game time. Morton, now managed by Dean Shiels’ father Kenny, have five games pencilled in for ...
SUNDAY, 07 JULY 2013 18:00 Brora 0-2 Rangers WRITTEN BY ANDREW DICKSON RANGERS made a winning start to their pre-season campaign as substitute Lewis Macleod’s double gave them a comfortable 2-0 win over Highland League outfit Brora. The Ibrox team, playing in their new third kit, were the better side for much of the contest at Dudgeon Park. And although it took them until after the interval to edge ahead, manager Ally McCoist will have been content enough with the way his men went about their business overall. Having had a tough training session yesterday, it took time for the Third Division champions to make their dominance count. Changing most of the team halfway through the contest did the trick though and the increased tempo from the replacements was enough to give the tourists victory. Brora had been 2-0 winners themselves in midweek against a strong Ross County side and that meant there was a touch of caution going into this friendly. But their forays upfield were few and far between as McCoist’ ...
Craig Mather plots SPFL title assault with Rangers Craig Mather expects Rangers to be challenging for the SPFL Premiership at the first time of asking. Group Sports Writer Tuesday 02/07/2013 Mather is building for the future After seeing his side win the Third Division title last term, Ibrox boss Ally McCoist has made several quality signings this summer, adding seven new faces to his squad including Nicky Law, Nicky Clark, Jon Daly, Arnold Peralta, Cammy Bell, Stevie Smith and Richard Foster. The Gers boast arguably the second strongest pool in the country behind Old Firm rivals Celtic – and the club's interim Chief Executive is targeting instant success upon the Light Blues' eventual return to the top flight. "As far as I'm concerned you get one opportunity to make change when you go through a situation like Rangers have," he said. "We need to create a solid platform from which we can build. And that's not just on the park, that's off the park as well. "So the changes we made with regard to the playin ...
More info on the new ride. Love the plate R1 WTP. just missing the A. Greg. The new 14.2-metre bus will hit the road for the first time next weekend when Rangers travel to Brora RANGERS’ brand new team bus has been described as the best in Scotland after it arrived in the country from Holland. Suppliers Bruce Coaches have invested a significant sum in what they call a ‘Premiership-level’ vehicle to transport Ally McCoist and his players around the country in. Specially-built for use by the club by Vanhool, the 41-seat bus carries all sorts of equipment which will make journeys as comfortable as possible for the Third Division champions. It was inspired by a trip to look at the coach Liverpool use last season and was ordered last September. As well as luxury leather seating with extended legroom, the bus has satellite television, wifi, power sockets, a top-of-the-range sound system and a computer game console. There are also extensive cooking facilities including an oven, hotplates and fridges for fi ...
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 ...
Nicky Clark says fan power can lead Rangers SFL2 surge Nicky Clark has urged Rangers supporters to get behind the Ibrox club in their numbers again – and roar them to a second successive promotion. Matthew Lindsay The striker is one of five players to have signed for the Third Division champions this summer – Cammy Bell, Jon Daly, Nicky Law and Arnold Peralta are the others. The 22-year-old – the record goal scorer in Scotland last season – is hoping the arrival of new faces will convince Gers fans to renew their season tickets. Over 38,000 snapped up their pass for the 2012/13 campaign in an amazing show of support for the Light Blues after a year of financial difficulties. And Clark is hoping even more fans are there to cheer on Ally McCoist's side in the Second Division next season. The former Queen of the South player reckons he will be able to match his haul of 41 goals if Rangers get the same crowds. He said: "I can't wait to get started. The sooner I can pull on the jersey and run out at Ib ...
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 ...
Richard Gough insists Ally McCoist could have won the Third Division by FIFTY points — and still been criticised
McCoist offers Green support Ally McCoist has defended Charles Green after he labelled the current crop of players the worst Rangers team ever. The Ibrox Chief Executive made the comments in a radio interview yesterday, as he gave his backing to the job currently being undertaken by McCoist. Rangers sit 20 points clear at the top of the Third Division and McCoist insists his players have done everything asked of them this season as they seek to secure their return to the top-flight at the earliest opportunity. He said: "I listened to the interview and he was 100% right in what he was saying. "He was trying to give everybody a realistic idea of where we are at the moment and he was spot on. "I have to tell you, the players we have brought in have been fantastic. They are doing absolutely everything that's asked of them. "I said at the start of the season that the only main objective was to get out of the division. They've got us in that position, 20 points clear. "Where we are at the moment is okay. It's n ...
Rangers boss Charles Green: Sacking Ally McCoist is not the answer to the club's woes - at the moment 5 Mar 2013 THE Ibrox Chief Executive, however, indicated that a drastic improvement will be expected in the weeks to come. Rangers manager Ally McCoist Charles Green last night admitted Ally McCoist has yet to prove he has what it takes to hold down the top job at Ibrox. But the Rangers Chief Executive insists that he’s willing to give his manager more time. Green and McCoist have teamed up off the park to spearhead the crisis-ravaged club’s revival over the last six months but it’s the performance of the team on it which continues to slow Rangers’ progress. So yesterday, as the bombastic Green announced the club’s financial figures for the first six months of his tenure and promised bigger, booming days ahead, he felt obliged to address the ongoing travails which McCoist is encountering as he tries to build to build a team fit for much, much more than just success in Scotland’s Third Division ...
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 ...
RANGERS are likely to ESCAPE punishment despite their fans being caught on camera singing sectarian songs on Saturday. ESPN presenter Ray Stubbs was forced to APOLOGISE to viewers after their first-half coverage of the Third Division clash with Berwick was marred by the chants. Gers themselves were quick to condemn those responsible, issuing a statement slamming their actions while the game was in progress. And boss Ally McCoist also expressed his disappointment at the small section of support in his comments after his side’s 3-1 win. SFA compliance officer Vincent Lunny WILL now write to Rangers seeking an explanation for their supporters’ behaviour. However, SunSport understands an SFA sanction in the form of a fine or points deduction is NOT an option for the game’s governing body under the current rules. And that means Gers are more likely to be given a stern warning over their fans’ future behaviour. The sectarian supporters themselves, however, may yet find themselves subject to action by No ...
The Ibrox outfit strolled to victory in the Third Division as they maintained their 22-point lead over Queen's Park at the top of the league Doubles from Andrew Little and David Templeton helped Rangers continue their charge towards the Scottish Third Division title, comfortably easing past Clyde 4-1 at Broadwood Stadium. The Scottish giants stormed into a three-goal lead before half-time. Kevin Clyde gave the home side a glimmer of hope two minutes after the break, only for Templeton to add his second soon after to complete the rout. The home side made two changes from the side that drew away to Berwick Rangers last Saturday, with Gavin Brown and Ryan McBeth coming in for Lee Sharp and Michael Oliver, while Ally McCoist kept confidence with the same line-up that fired four past Queen’s Park. Rangers dominated the game early on and took the lead after just eight minutes when Dean Shiels raced down the right wing and Little who, from the middle of the Clyde penalty box, rifled the ball into the net. The ...
Rangers manager Ally McCoist has welcomed the increased scrutiny into the club's finances. Amid suggestions finance firm Orlit will seek a winding-up petition over a £400,000 bill, McCoist insisted that transparency into the club's problems can be of benefit. "I don't think that's a bad thing actually," said McCoist. "Because of the recent history and going into administration just about a year ago next week, I'm actually delighted the finances of the club are being scrutinised. "I don't have a problem with it at all. I'm aware that it's a natural thing, because of what's happened, for the finances of the club to be scrutinised even more. "As manager and as a supporter, I'm all for it and I would hope the fans would think it's a good thing." Looking ahead to Saturday's Third Division clash with nearest rivals Queen's Park, McCoist added: "They have given us two really, really tough games. "We won both of them but in the last one, in particular, at Hampden we scored late on through Fraser Aird. They are s ...
Monday 4 February 2013 : Did the Blues' boycott backfire? Says MATTHEW LINDSAY YES says MATTHEW LINDSAY Kal Naismith receives his marching orders by referee Euan Morris RANGERS finished the Scottish Cup clash with Dundee United at Tannadice on Saturday with just nine men on the park. Both Kal Naismith and Ian Black were given their marching orders by referee Euan Norris late on to cap a miserable day for the Ibrox club. But, in truth, Ally McCoist's side had been a man down before the game had even kicked off. The supporters' boycott of the fifth round fixture against the SPL club, while understandable, made recording a victory virtually impossible. When the Gers fell a goal behind after just 15 seconds, they desperately needed their full support there to lift them. But the smattering of Light Blues fans who had bought tickets were drowned out by thousands of Tangerine-clad spectators. It was always going to be a tall order for a Rangers side currently competing in the Third Division to overcome top fligh ...
BLOWING HOT AND COLD,BUT ALLYS STILL THE MAN Rangers fan forums are buzzing after another poor display and very disappointing scoreline against Montrose at Ibrox. Many fans are now openly calling for Ally McCoist and the management team to be cleared out. Arguably this is a bit harsh, given that Rangers have a massive lead at the top of the Third Division. The reality is that many Rangers fans believe that the standard of play is unacceptable. The general consensus seems to be that Rangers have the players who could hold their own in the SPL but are making heavy weather of beating the teams in SFL 3. It certainly doesn't help things when those who criticise the team or those who demand a higher standard of effort and performance from those who don the famous jersey are labelled as "Ally-bashers." A lot of harsh words are being bandied back and forth between those who are frustrated by the team's level of performance and those who want to give Ally more time. At the extreme edges of both factions are those ...
Ian Black having a wee rant to the daily record lol. John RANGERS' Ian Black has put the SPL in their place over reconstruction with the ferocity of the challenge that dumped him on top of an advertising hoarding at Peterhead last weekend. Ally McCoist joked then that Black was unscathed but the hoarding would be out injured for three weeks. But Black was in no mood for humour at Murray Park yesterday when he lambasted proposals to introduce a new league set-up of 12-12-18 and leave Rangers back where they started six months ago in the Third Division. SPL clubs meet at Hampden on Monday morning for the latest round of reconstruction talks and Rangers owner Charles Green has complained about the Ibrox club not having been asked officially for their views on the immediate future of the game. Black, however, didn’t wait for an invitation before wading into the debate with all guns blazing. A big critic of the unacceptable tackling and even less appealing standard of refereeing he’s found on the lowest ru ...
Charles Green has revealed his dream to turn Ibrox into Scotland’s biggest stadium. The Rangers chief claims he’ll fill in the corners of the ground and add another deck to the Govan Stand if the Third Division side fight their way through the leagues and go on to secure regular Champions League action. He said: “We wouldn’t be frightened of doing it once we know we have the demand — and the top league in Europe would deliver that.” Green has spoken with boss Ally McCoist about the possibility of increasing the 51,000 capacity. The proposals would be likely to give Ibrox more than Celtic’s 60,000 seats. Green said: “I had this discussion with Ally, who knows this club significantly better than I do. He said if I could deliver consistently being in the Champions League and get into the last 16, then this stadium would not be big enough. “If and when we get to that position, and I am confident we will, these are discussions the board will happily have. “With the way the ground is configu ...
Dont like the sound of this. Kyle Hutton reckons Rangers players could be turned off at the thought of playing the same clubs again next season. But he insists Charles Green’s talk of moving out of Scotland was enough to get him excited. The Ibrox club were involved in a bitter row with Scottish football chiefs after being left out of negotiations for the proposed 12-12-18 plan. However, as the changes are planned to be implemented in time for the start of next season Rangers would find themselves playing against many of the same opponents as this season’s Third Division campaign. That is despite continuing their romp to the title in Scottish football’s bottom tier with Saturday’s 4-2 home win over Berwick Rangers. Frenchman Sebastien Faure told in the summer how Ally McCoist sold him on a move to Ibrox by hinting the club could be back in the top flight within two years but any fast-track of the Light Blues is looking less likely with these new plans. And Hutton believes the reconstruction propos ...
AUSSIE KEEPER TO JOIN GERS ON MONDAY RANGERS have invited Central Coast Mariners goalkeeper Mathew Ryan to train with them, according to the Australian club. However, because Rangers are under a transfer embargo following financial problems at the Ibrox club, Ryan is bidding to earn a move to Glasgow in September when the embargo is due to end. Ryan, who has also been linked with Spurs, West Brom and Wigan in the past year, is due in Glasgow on Monday to spend 10 days training with the Third Division club. The 20-year-old, who has played for Australia in East Asian Cup qualifying games, is set to link up with Rangers after Mariners football manager Lawrie McKinna arranged the move with Rangers boss Ally McCoist. "I was in Scotland over Christmas and spoke with Ally McCoist about Mathew Ryan," said McKinna. "It is a credit to Mat and to our club that Ally was well aware of Mat's ability and potential and immediately offered for him to join Rangers for a training spell. "Mat is eager to take up the opportun ...
OLD BOYS CAN HELP THE NEW THEY netted nearly 160 goals for Rangers and have over 80 Scotland caps between them. As Gers battle it out in the Third Division, the sight of Kris Boyd and Kenny Miller combining to gun down SPL opposition is a distant memory at Ibrox. But gaffer Ally McCoist has revealed how both stars have been playing key roles in helping his side regroup and go again. SPL record scorer Boyd is at MLS side Portland Timbers, while Miller is with rivals Vancouver Whitecaps. But McCoist has allowed both to train with his squad at Murray Park during their off-season. McCoist said: “It has been great to see them and it has added some hilarity to training. It is an important part of Rangers — boys being able to come back and train and join in. “Can it help the young lads? Of course it can, absolutely. “Kenny and Boydy are not the type of guys who are going to come into training to mess about. “They come in to train. Their attitude is very good and they are a pleasure to have about the pl ...
OF COURSE, he is looking at it from a different perspective now. However, Ally McCoist believes that if there has to be a winter break, then it should be something from which everyone can reap the benefits rather than just an exclusive band of teams. The mild conditions yesterday provided an opportunity to discuss the merits or otherwise of the mini shut-down, which is restricted to clubs in the Scottish Premier League. According to McCoist, it simply serves to illustrate the schism in the Scottish game as he slipped back into the role of spokesman for the Scottish Football League clubs. While the Rangers manager made it clear that he did not wish to make a great deal out of it, he did offer a waspish comment early in a pre-match discussion ahead of this afternoon’s Third Division clash with Elgin City, when the Ibrox side will look to win a 12th successive match. “That’s Scottish football [for you], some people get a rest and others don’t,” he said. “But we’ll just get on with playing.” H ...
McCoist happy with the break: Rangers boss Ally McCoist admits his side enjoyed the rub of the green as the Third Division leaders won their derby match 1-0 against Queen’s Park. Via: (SkySports)
. SIR Alex Ferguson has branded the fall of Rangers a DISGRACE and a DISASTER. . The Manchester United boss was invited to attend today’s Third Division clash between Queen’s Park and the Light Blues as a former player for both sides. But he can’t head north because United are playing West Brom at Old Trafford.However, Fergie — who turns 71 on Monday — still can’t believe the turn of events which saw his beloved former club first crash into administration, then into summer liquidation.The ex-Aberdeen boss started his playing career with the Spiders in 1957, joining the Gers ten years later from Dunfermline.And of the Ibrox outfit, he told Sky Sports: “Rangers, of course, are not Rangers as we know it. Obviously.“What’s happened to that great club is a DISGRACE, it’s a disaster.”Fergie, though, was full of praise for boss Ally McCoist with the Gers having recovered from a shaky opening in the fourth tier of Scottish football to now lead the Third Division by 12 points.He said: “I th ...
Alex Ferguson - “I think the job Ally McCoist has done is fantastic, I really do. “Talk about having an examination of a manager. “And what bigger examination could a Rangers manager ever get than by being demoted to the Third Division, losing all of your players and they are still top of the league.
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 ...
WHEN Ally McCoist welcomes the Clyde management team to Ibrox for today’s Third Division match, it will be with more than the customary seasonal goodwill. The Rangers boss has long been an admirer of both Jim Duffy and Chic Charnley, albeit for different reasons, and he also has fond memories of the last time the two clubs met, at Broadwood back in October. It would be stretching a point to say that McCoist is grateful to his opposite numbers, for their team battled as hard as any other has done against Rangers. Even so, he looks back with pleasure on the 2-0 win that Sunday afternoon, as it was his club’s first victory on the road in the league, and was the launchpad for the continued progress which now sees them nine points clear at the top of the table. It was a laboured victory, in which the goals came from Dean Shiels and Lee Mcculloch, but the win was more important than the unconvincing manner in which it was achieved. After draws at Peterhead, Berwick and Annan, and a defeat at Stirling, this ...
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 . ...
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 ...
COISTY LOOKS FOR CHARLIE BLUE MEETING Ally McCoist wants crunch talks with Charles Green in January to thrash out his transfer budget for the coming year. The Rangers manager cannot add to his squad in the coming window due to a one-year transfer embargo but can bring free agents to Ibrox as of September 1. McCoist was left disappointed in August when Chief Executive Green failed to deliver the five players he had hoped for before the deadline. And he hopes to avert a similar problem this time by nailing down the numbers involved long before the current season ends. ‘I’ll have a chat with Charles Green and the boys going in to the New Year to see what kind of budget I’ll have,’ said McCoist ahead of tonight’s Third Division clash with Annan at Ibrox. ‘In an ideal world, we would sign Scottish players or at least British players but we’ve got to keep an open mind. ‘We’re looking all over the place. I’m loath to mention numbers because the last time I did that during a transfer windo ...
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Ian Black believes both he and Rangers are now finding their feet in the Third Division after a tricky start to the SFL season. The Light Blues made it four wins in a row in the league at the weekend as they cruised to a 6-2 win at East Stirlingshire. Having looked more like himself against Peterhead in the previous game, Black again played a central role in the victory at Ochilview. The way the campaign has panned out for Black personally has almost been reflective of Gers’ own form. Going into 2012/13 without a pre-season following a hernia operation in the summer, the former Hearts player hasn’t always been at his best. But he believes he is now settling into a rhythm and that goes in tandem with the fact Ally McCoist’s men as a group are building a run of positive results too. Black said: “We’ve done a full round of the league now and we’re starting to kick on and gel together as a team. “We’re knocking the ball about better and we’re adapting. We scored good goals at the weekend so ...
Ally McCoist has said he is interested in the Scotland job. He already knows how to manage a Third Division side.
The home crowd serenaded Rangers manager Ally McCoist with rousing renditions of Happy Birthday as the club, who moved into second place in the Third Division with this hard-fought but ultimately comfortable victory, once again attracted more fans to their fourth-tier match than Celtic did for their home game against Dundee 24 hours earlier
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