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    • Straight from

      Rangers Ladies ‏@RFC_Ladies 16. Jan.
      Congrats to our u12s who braved the conditions to progress in the cup against a boys team a league above.

      Rangers Ladies ‏@RFC_Ladies
      Exclusive: New signings Laura Hamilton & Rhianna Tweedie speak to #RLFC media at Ibrox. More to follow!

      Rangers Ladies ‏@RFC_Ladies
      Exclusive: Ashley Nicolson, Steph Briggs and Jill Paterson also sign contracts with the club. It's all go here at Ibrox!

      Rangers Ladies ‏@RFC_Ladies
      Exclusive: Danica Dalziel & Kirsty McLaughlin both pen deals at #RLFC. Exciting day here at Ibrox. Welcome to the club #RangersFamily.

      Rangers Ladies ‏@RFC_Ladies
      There was also the small matter of the brand new squad photo for 2016! Ambitious year ahead for us all.

      Ladies Sign Up Seven

      Saturday, 23 January 2016, 15:00 by Mark Hendry

      THE SWPL pre-season is beginning to take shape for Rangers Ladies with the arrival of several new faces, and some familiar ones.

      Manager Kevin Murphy wasted little time in strengthening his squad after a disappointing sixth-place finish last season.

      In total, seven players have put pen to paper with the possibility of Gers adding to that number in the coming weeks.

      Right-sided player Rhianna Tweedie signs from Dunfermline Athletic and former Celtic goal keeper Laura Hamilton has also joined up. Hamilton has been capped at Scotland under-19’s level.

      More recognisable to Rangers fans will be the re-introduction of Jill Paterson, Kirsty McLaughlin and Steph Briggs who have all had brief stints with the Blue Belles in recent times.

      Ashley Nicolson joins from Spartans and teammate Danica Dalziel also signed on the dotted line as Gers look to improve on last year’s position in the league table.

      Jill Paterson is delighted to be back at the club she left three years ago and is determined to grab the opportunity with both hands to make it successful.

      The defender admits her time at Stirling Uni was enjoyable last season but she is excited at the prospect of donning the Blue jersey at Rangers again this year.

      She said: “It feels really good to be back here. I was here initially three or four years ago so it’s great to be back. I had a good year in Stirling last year but it’s good to have this opportunity again”.

      Paterson also believes that having familiar faces around the team has been beneficial to her bedding in again and feeling part of the set-up straight away.

      She continued: “There’s a few girls that I already know, for instance Lisa (Swanson) is still here so it’s really nice to have some familiar faces around”.

      Former Pars player Rhianna Tweedie is also anxious to get started and admits she has found the step up in class to be challenging. However, she echoed Paterson’s sentiments, explaining that everyone around the club is desperate to get off to a good start and improve on last term.

      She said: “It’s been a big step up from the first division for me but all the girls have been great, everyone has been welcoming and I’ve really enjoyed myself so far.

      “Everyone seems to be pushing each other on for the new challenge and hopefully we can finish a bit higher up than last season”.

      Elsewhere, Gers central defender Amy Lindsay has joined Hamilton on loan for 2016.…6/01/220116_ladies_01.jpg
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    • Shelly Joins The Gers

      Sunday, 28 February 2016, 08:30 by Mark Hendry

      New Blue Shelley Faughnan has exclusively told of her excitement at joining Rangers Ladies and admitted that her move is a big step up in her career.

      Faughnan, who captained Hearts in the SWPL last season, thanked her former club for the progression she made under the Edinburgh side but maintains that she has made the right decision to leave for bigger and better things at Rangers.

      She said: “It was a difficult decision leaving Hearts. The coaching staff and the girls were great and I can’t thank them enough for helping me enjoy my football again.

      “But this is a massive step up. I could see that after my first training session the tempo and standard of training was unbelievable. I didn’t realise just how much talent Rangers have.

      “I know I’ll need to work extremely hard to push for my position within the squad but I think that’s a great thing to have players fighting for their position. The talent around me at Rangers will hopefully push me as a player and I hope to do the same”.

      As far as what she will add to Rangers, Faughnan believes she will bring a strength to the midfield and a leaders’ mentality.

      “I think anyone who knows me will say I will bring strength and grit to the team. I’ll hopefully also bring experience and that is important to have a balance of youth and experience.”

      With Rangers bringing in seven new players in January, Faughnan has had to adapt quickly to her new surroundings. But she insists that her new teammates have made her feel welcome in the short space of time she’s been around.

      She said: “I’m absolutely delighted to be a part of this club. Everyone at the club has made me feel really welcome. I’m now just buzzing for the season to start.

      “After my first week in training I knew this was the club for me. The standard was so high and I really enjoyed that. It’s a very professional set up and the staff look after you as an individual.

      “For me personally I always want to win. I think we have a great group of talented players who will really challenge the top teams”.

      Faughnan also praised her new manager Kevin Murphy, claiming she was never sold on the club by Murphy; because he didn’t need to.

      “Kevin has been great ever since he first spoke to me. He didn’t put me under any pressure to sign and he didn’t need to sell it to me.

      “After the first week at training I just knew this was the club I wanted to be at”.

      Rhonda Thrilled To Sign

      Rangers newest recruit Rhonda Jones has revealed that it took only one night with her new teammates to convince her to sign for her childhood favourites.

      36-year-old Jones had visions of retirement from the game before she was contacted by Gers boss Kevin Murphy and convinced to take part in a training session at New Tinto Park.

      She said: “To be honest I’d had grand plans of retirement since the end of last season. Kevin contacted me early to tempt me out of this and eventually I met up to speak to him.

      “After one training session I was so impressed by the set up that I agreed to sign that night.”

      The central defender has played for several different clubs throughout her career but the opportunity to pull on the light blue jersey was one she could not pass up. And there’s a special person in her life that is even more excited about the move than she is.

      She said: “I’m delighted to have joined Rangers and extremely excited about the season ahead.

      “I’ve been impressed with the structure at Rangers. It’s clear to see that there’s a strong team of dedicated staff taking the team in the right direction.

      “There’s only one person happier than myself and that’s my Dad. I walked into the house with my Rangers kit on to tell him I’d signed and I don’t think he has stopped smiling since.”

      The former Doncaster, Glasgow City and Hibernian defender believes she can provide advice and help for the younger talent in the squad and says her international experience will stand her in good stead for the season ahead.

      She continued: “I believe my years in the national team will help me bring more experience and leadership to the team. I get satisfaction out of seeing others improve and develop their game.

      “I can help motivate and inspire other players to be the best they can be.”

      “It was a very youthful team last season and although the young players were good quality, I believe it’s essential to have a good mix of youth and experience in order to be successful.

      “This has been the managers’ priority this season and I believe the players he’s recruited will create the right mix and push the team forward this season.”

      Rhonda retired from international football three years ago but joked that there’s one scenario that could entice her back into the fold.

      “I’m honoured to have been a part of the national team for so long and hope that I’ve inspired the upcoming group of talented youngsters to follow their dreams like I did.

      “But if Anna (Signeul) suddenly finds herself struggling for a centre-back in a playoff against Spain, I suppose I’d have another crack at it”.

      League Cup Duty, as Rangers Ladies took on Hamilton Accies at New Tinto Park


      Rangers Ladies ‏@RFC_Ladies

      1' GOAL! Kirsty McLaughlin opens the scoring! Rangers 1-0 Hamilton
      With only 34 seconds gone, new signing McLaughlin opens her Gers account with a great goal.
      18' GOAL! Clare Adams makes it 2-0 to Rangers.
      22' Chance for Accies as they're through on goal but the shot is skewed wide. Still 2-0 Rangers.
      33' The ball is in the back of the net for Rangers but it won't count as the Accies keeper was judged to have been fouled. Still 2-0.

      HALF TIME: Rangers 2-0 Hamilton Academical

      The teams are back out and Hamilton will get the game underway again.
      60' Fifteen minutes gone in the second half and the score is still 2-0 Rangers.
      70' GOAL! Lisa Swanson makes it 3-0 to Rangers.
      73' GOAL! Chantelle Brown gets on the scoresheet with a fourth for Rangers. 4-0.
      74' Goal Accies! The visitors pull one back. 4-1.
      83' GOAL! Katey Turner makes it 5-1 to Rangers.

      FULL TIME: Rangers 5-1 Hamilton Academical

      Rangers comfortably through to the next round of the League Cup. Match report and reaction to follow.

      Lisa Swanson ‏@Lisa10__
      Buzzing to be in the next round of the League Cup after beating Hamilton 5-1

      Kevin Murphy ‏@kevinmurphy06
      Delighted for all players & staff after a good win today. They have all worked so hard in pre season. Now time to recover and we go again

      Chantelle Brown ‏@chassy_brown
      Won 5-1 against Hamilton happy to score one but more importantly into the next round of the league cup

      katey turner ‏@kateyturner96
      Not my best game today but glad to progress to the next round of the cup with a win over hamilton
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    • Schreib ich noch was zu. Zwei der Celtic-Torschützen spielten unlängst noch für uns und zauberten nun hier jeweils einen Doppelpack. Insgesamt 5 der Yahoo-Mädels spielten auch schon für uns. Da geht es schlimmer zu als bei uns im Basketball.
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    • Short recap of our Ladies' win over Spartans ...

      RANGERS STARTING XI: Johnstone; McLintock, Jones, O'Neill, Tweedie; Gemmell; Adams, McLaughlin; Turner, Brown, Swanson.

      The teams are out at a windy New Tinto Park and Rangers are set to get the game underway.
      6' A great chance for Rangers as Chantelle Brown turns past the Spartans defence but her shot loops wide. (0-0)
      8' More pressure from the home side as Lisa Swanson and Chantelle Brown both have shots blocked.
      13' Spartans pick up the ball in midfield and take a long range shot which Claire Johnstone deals with. (0-0)
      14' Brown plays the ball to Katey Turner who sees her effort strike the woodwork. (0-0)
      17' Swanson does well to win the ball and plays it through to Turner who is flagged offside. (0-0)
      18' Turner wins Rangers a corner.
      19' Clare Gemmell's corner looks dangerous but the referee blows for a Spartans' free kick.
      25' Still goalless here at New Tinto Park.
      32' Rangers attack and the ball find Kirsty McLaughlin whose shot is wide. (0-0)
      34' Penalty Spartans.
      ! Claire Johnstone gets down and saves the spot kick. The rebound is hit wide. Still (0-0)
      37' Spartans have a free kick in a dangerous area but the attempt is over the bar.
      40' Rangers have a corner but it's safely held by the Spartans keeper. (0-0).
      45' Spartans have a free kick 25 yards out which is blocked by Rhonda Jones. (0-0)

      HALF TIME: Rangers 0-0 Spartans.
      Goalless at New Tinto Park at the break. Both sides with chances and Claire Johnstone saving a penalty to keep the score level.

      The teams are out for the second half and Spartans get play back underway. (0-0)
      49' Jordan McLintock breaks up the right wing and crosses the ball into the box. No one can get a shot away. (0-0)
      52' Spartans have a corner but there's a stoppage in play as Claire Adams received some treatment. (0-0)
      53' Goal mouth drama as Spartans have a shot hit the crossbar and bounce dangerously back down but Rangers eventually clear their lines.
      55' Spartans found themselves through on goal but a perfectly timed challenge by McLintock saw off the danger. (0-0)
      60' Half an hour left to play here and it's still 0-0.
      64' SUB: Rangers make their first change as Katey Turner is replaced by Megan Foley. (0-0)
      70' GOAL RANGERS!
      Rhianna Tweedie hit the ball into the area and Swanson went for the header, brought it down and Foley fired home. (1-0)
      82' Rachael O'Neill makes a great run from central defence but it thwarted before she can get to the box. (1-0)
      90' SUB: Sarah Robertson replaces Chantelle Brown. (1-0)

      FULL TIME: Rangers 1-0 Spartans

      Rangers Ladies ‏@RFC_Ladies 17. Apr.
      Great day to be a Rangers Fan. The ladies recording a 1-0 win against Spartans and the @RangersFC team defeating Celtic to reach the final
      Congratulations to @MarkWarburton9 and the team on a great victory earlier on today.

      Rangers Ladies 1-0 Spartans ... game report at the Rangers home page. BTW, this is actually Hayley Sinclair who did not play in the game above ...…6/03/020316_ladies_12.jpg

      After a training session on the 19th, some football theory...

      NEW SIGNING: Rangers have signed Niamh Johnston as they look ahead to this Sunday's match against Aberdeen. (it is the lass on the right)

      GAME DAY: Rangers travel north to take on @aberdeenfcl in this afternoon's @SWPL match. Kick off is 1pm at Heathryfold Park.
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    • Will cover the last two games a little later, right now, the Scottish Cup Semi-Final is under way at Ainslie Park ...

      Hibernian vs Rangers Ladies

      Rangers Ladies ‏@RFC_Ladies
      RANGERS STARTING XI: Johnstone, Jones, O'Neill, Foley, McLintock, Gemmell, Adams, Faughnan, Turner, Swanson, Brown.

      SUBS: Hamilton, Watson, McLaughlin, Tweedie, Sinclair, Nicolson, Hughes

      Live updates here:
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    • Updates über die Spiele der Ladies zumeist auf Gersnet.…dates&p=631787#post631787

      Das hier gab es gestern/heute:

      Rangers Ladies star admits she's 'scared' after being caught up in Turkish military coup

      09:54, 16 Jul 2016 Updated 09:55, 16 Jul 2016 By Tony Clerkson

      SCOTLAND veteran Rhonda Jones posted video of marching crowds in the Turkish holiday resort of Marmaris as gunfire was reported.


      A RANGERS Ladies football player was in the Turkish holiday resort of Marmaris when gunfire was reported.

      The Turkish President was believed to be in the resort for a period of time, leading to gunshots and explosions as elements of the military attempted to oust him from goverment.

      Rhonda Jones, who has 117 caps for the Scottish national team, posted a video on Twitter and admitted she was “a bit scared”.

      Streets of Marmaris right now #TurkeyCoup
      — Rhonda Jones (@RhondaJones02) 16 July 2016

      The video shows chanting protesters taking to the streets with car horns tooting.

      A second tweet from Rhonda reports an exchange of gunfire and a small explosion.

      The plotters had earlier claimed they had seized power in a bid to preserved democracy.

      Exchanged Gun fire up and down the street in Marmaris now. A small explosion #scared #TurkeyCoup
      — Rhonda Jones (@RhondaJones02) 16 July 2016

      Public opinion on President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is divided, with many opposed to his increasing authoritarian tendencies and a perceived ambivalence towards Islamist extremists.

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    • The Ladies enjoyed a good afternoon, slaughetring Newcastle United 5-2 in a friendly at New Tinto Park ...

      Rangers Ladies Twitter Feed schrieb:

      Rangers Ladies ‏@RFC_Ladies
      Rangers starting XI: Adams, Doran-Barr, Elliott, Hughes, Johnston, McLintock, Muir, Sinclair, Smith, Swanson, Tweedie

      Thought kick off was at 1 but we're underway already! Rangers on the front foot to start
      4. Muir has her shot saved by the Newcastle keeper after a good cross by Smith. 0-0
      9. Newcastle get a shot on goal after a quick break but its straight at Elliott. 0-0
      11. Break in play here as a Newcastle player is down injured
      14. Rangers get the game back underway
      15. Swanson is played in behind but the Newcastle keeper gets a glove to it and the defence is able to clear. Still 0-0
      GOAL! Rangers 1-0 up as Smith fires in at the near post to give the hosts the lead
      19. And its 2-0! McLintock doubles the Gers lead with a great goal!
      21. Newcastle halve Rangers lead and pull a goal back, 3 goals in quick succession here at New Tinto Park. 2-1 Rangers
      23. Goal for Rangers! The Newcastle keeper can't get good contact on Sinclair's shot and it's 3-1 Rangers!
      33. Newcastle pull a goal back. 3-2

      It's shorter halfs for the game today and the referee blows for half time. Rangers lead Newcastle 3-2.

      shorter half time as well, we're back underway. 3-2 Rangers
      35. Off the bar! Newcastle keeper drops a corner Into the path of Jones but her off-balance shot is just a tad too high
      40. Goal! Smith gets her second. Ball wasn't properly cleared by the Newcastle defence and Smith makes no mistake. 4-2 Rangers
      45. Stoppage in play here as Sinclair goes down injured. 4-2
      49. Smith rattles the bar with a fierce shot. So close to her hat trick!
      58. Smith gets round the keeper but can't get the shot away. She tries to square it to Robertson but the pass is cut out. Still 4-2
      60. After another short break, Rangers restart the match.
      Goal! Brilliant move as Adams plays a 1-2 with Robertson and cooly slots the ball in the far corner. 5-2 Rangers
      82. Newcastle keeper pulls off a great save and tips Robertson's shot onto the post. 5-2
      84. And another good stop shortly after to deny Smith her hat trick


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