Watch the goals from our 2-2 draw at easter road! ~ cpv
Brendan rodgers on the hoops 2-2 draw with hibernian today: "it was nothing really that hibs did in the game. it was more that we stopped playing, passing and went a bit longer on it.
but we have to ensure we learn from it and ensure it doesn't happen again. itwas a game of the last 15 minutes, i thought we were outstanding for the first 75 minutes, controlled the game, 2-0 up and should've been four or five at least with the chances we had. we passed it well, our positioning was good, our ball possession was good, we tired them out and created chances. two-nil is a dangerous scoreline and, at 2-1 with 15 minutes to go, they've got a bit of momentum. we'll certainly reflect on it as two points dropped, but the crime is not that, it's if you don't learn from it."
we're in control and then we present them with two goals. we don't defend a corner well enough then we let them in too easily down the right-hand side and the kid swivels and scores in the box when he shouldn't get the chance to turn. we could have lost it at the end with the clearance off the line by mikael. disappointment, but it's a point after a difficult champions league game for us, we know we should've had three. neil will be happy with how they come back into it.
there's a big part of the game today that i was really pleased with. on a tricky surface, we played some great football." ~ tfd
Scotty on the double! 🔥 ~ tfd
👨🏻💼| is he wright for rangers?
with rangers intern manager graeme murty doin an okay job do rangers need a new manager before the second old firm of the season? well one name that has been thrown in the mixer is tommy wright of st johnstone. no one can deny that wright has done an excellent job at the perth side. the now 54 year old signed with the saints in mid 2013. the born belfast man played his first game in charge in the uefa europa league away in norway to famous outfit rosenborg. the saints progressed through to the next round as they drew 1-1 at mcdairmid park. the northern irish man was heavily praised by the scottish media for this result. in his first season at st johnstone he fished in 6th place but that was overshadowed by they supersaints winning the scottish cup. stevie may was a crucial player in that season. in more recent times wright has finished 5th place last season with the saints but failing to make in impact in any of the cup competitions. i personally think that wright would be a great fit for the gers but i think a lot of rangers fans wouldn’t like to see this, what’s your thoughts? #spfl