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Reserves Keep Title Alive
TOMMY WILSON'S reserve side earned a vital 2-1 win over Aberdeen that keeps their league title hopes alive after Celtic lost away to Hearts.
WilsonWith three games remaining Wilson's side are seven points behind their Old Firm rivals with the pair set to meet at Ibrox on April 28.
A victory for Celtic at Forthbank would have ended the Gers' league challenge this afternoon but news of their defeat came just as the light blues secured victory.
It was a hard fought but thoroughly deserved win for Wilson's side as a penalty from Stevie Smith and a John Fleck strike midway through the second half put them in control.
A late Michael Paton penalty for the visitors made it a nervy final five minutes but the Gers had enough to hold on for three important points.
They had dominated the opening 45 minutes, hitting the woodwork on three separate ocassions, despite losing Alan Lowing to injury after just 10 minutes.
The right back came off worst in a 50/50 challenge and was replaced by Scott Durie who had only been included in the squad after a warm up injury to Ross Perry.
It didn't disrupt the flow for the home side though and they peppered the Dons' goal with long range efforts as Andrew Little and Stevie Lennon both tested Bertrand Bossu from the edge of the area.
Little's rising left foot effort looked bound for the top corner until the giant keeper tipped it away at full stretch.
And Lennon cam just as close when his strike from a similar spot was deflected behind after he had collected the ball following some wonderful movement by John Fleck.
But the best chance of the first half came a little over ten minutes before the interval when a sweeping move ended with Little laying the ball in to the path of Lennon, but the forward could only fire his effort off the bar as Rangers hit the woodwork for the third time.
With the match unfolding as though it may not to be Rangers' day there was relief when the deadlock was broken four minutes in to the second half.
Andrius Velicka went down under the challenge of Samuel Stewart and left penalty duties to his first team colleague Smith, who duly despatched the ball low to the Dons keeper's left.
Smith was then replaced by Steph Stirling on the hour mark, perhaps with Sunday's visit to Easter Road in mind.
And it took Rangers just five more minutes to secure the points when Velicka picked out John Fleck with a pinpoint pass and the 17-year-old made no mistake from just inside the box.
Stirling came close to increasing that lead with eight minutes remaining as he rattled the Dons' woodwork for the fourth time in the match with a powerful drive from the edge of the area.
However it was the visitors that would complete the scoring when Scott Gallacher was judged to have fouled Paton in the six yard box and the match's second penalty was awarded.
Paton converted, but Rangers held out for the final few minutes to keep alive a slim hope of reserve league success.
Rangers: Gallacher; Lowing (Durie 10), Webster, Wilson, Wylde; Lennon, Hemdani, Little, S.Smith (Stirling 60); Velicka (Miller 72), Fleck.
An alle Männer und jede Frau: Gleich welcher Herkunft, Der Rauch ist grau. An alle Staaten, alle Nationen: Wegen der Farbe wird man Niemanden verschonen. Samsas Traum
we would like to see most of the human race killed off, because it is unworthy. It is unworthy of the gift of life. Behemoth
D-Day For Reserves
RANGERS Reserves will be doing everything in their power to stop rivals Celtic clinching an eighth consecutive SPL title at Ibrox this afternoon.
Willie McStay's side are currently six points clear at the top with a game in-hand and will be crowned champions if they avoid defeat .
The biggest challenge facing Tommy Wilson today will be naming his starting eleven as the first-team squad is already stretched going in to the split and the club's under-19s face Hibs in the final of the SFA Youth Cup tomorrow night.
Steven Naismith, Andy Webster, Aaron, John Fleck and Graeme Smith are all expected to feature alongside under-21 stars including Andrew Little and Steven Lennon.
Is ja nicht gerade eine defensiv eingestellte Mannschaft I)
Verteidiger und Stürmer. Ansonsten erkenne ich da nichts. I)
Aber ist ja auch nicht leicht. Ich würde auch keine anderen Spieler von "oben" aufstellen, die sich dann am Ende nur auch noch verletzen.
Zumal ein Sieg so zum Abschluss auch nicht schlecht wäre. Wer will schon ´ne Celtc Meister-Party im Ibrox? Auch wenn´s die Kleinen sind
Who cares I)
durch irgend so ein Käsefresser?
fuck them all
dafür holen die "Grossen" die Meisterschaft nach Govan!
The Time Is Right
TOMMY WILSON has today confirmed that Rangers could be on the verge of pulling out of the SPL Reserve League.
Tommy WilsonWilson, speaking after his side's 2-0 win over Oxford United this afternoon, believes that arranging regular friendly fixtures throughout the year would be more beneficial than the current format.
Last season Rangers had to fulfil 22 Reserve league fixtures but this became increasingly difficult due to players moving on loan to gain first-team experience and injuries.
The club's under-19 starlets were also unavailable for selection as they had had league and SFA Youth Cup fixtures to focus on.
With the club's first-team squad being trimmed this summer Wilson believes this could be the right time to move on although the final decision will be made by Walter Smith and Chief Executive Martin Bain.
Tommy said: "My understanding is that playing in the league is optional now and it maybe that we as a club opt out of that.
"I am not entirely sure what is happening but I think a decision will be made soon and we will build our preparations and plans around that.
"Obviously it will be the Manager and Chief Executive that will make the call.
"But I think when there is a league there you have to fulfil fixtures whether you are ready or not.
"If it is a more informal arrangement then you can play the games when it suits yourself.
"We, as a club, need to take a balanced view and then decide what to do. I will then make any future plans for the team around that."
Moving away from the Reserve league would allow the club to organise Reserve games against Premiership or even foreign opposition and Wilson admits this is one of the attractions.
He added: "We are already doing this on Saturday when we take on Blackburn Rovers in a friendly and we will continue to do this providing we have a big enough group of players.
"If the league is no more for us some of our players may go on loan so there's a lot of things we need to take in to consideration."
Rangers set to axe SPL reserves
Cash-strapped Scottish champions Rangers are on the verge of pulling out of the SPL Reserve League.
The Scottish Premier League agreed to make the competition optional at its annual meeting last week.
And Rangers Reserves coach Tommy Wilson told his club website: "It may be that we as a club opt out of that."
Rangers argue that fulfilling 22 reserve fixtures is difficult when players are out on loan and the squad is being trimmed because of finances.
Wilson's reserve side were also denied the services of players from their under-19 squad as they had their own league and SFA Youth Cup fixtures.
And Rangers manager Walter Smith was quoted this week as saying that he is unlikely to add to his senior squad in the current economic climate.
I think, when there is a league there, you have to fulfil fixtures whether you are ready or not
"I am not entirely sure what is happening, but I think a decision will be made soon and we will build our preparations around that," said Wilson.
"Obviously it will be the manager and chief executive that will make the call.
"But I think, when there is a league there, you have to fulfil fixtures whether you are ready or not."
Wilson, who was speaking after Rangers' reserve side beat Oxford United 2-0 in a pre-season friendly, said that arranging regular ad-hoc friendly fixtures would be more beneficial.
The English Conference side, who had beaten First Division Morton 3-0 on Saturday, were beaten thanks to goals from Andrew Little and Steven Lennon.