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  1. Mols surprised at Dutchmen's move into managementpublished at 09:15

    Michael Mols "never thought" either of his fellow Dutchmen Giovanni van Bronckhorst or Ruud van Nistelrooy would go into management, with the pair now going head to head in the Champions League play-off round as Rangers take on PSV Eindhoven. (Record), external

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  2. Rangers 'stronger each week'published at 20:19 12 August

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    Giovanni van Bronckhorst and captain James Tavernier were delighted with Champions League qualifying progress

    Giovanni van Bronckhorst believes Rangers are becoming better at breaking down packed defences as his side prepare to host St Johnstone on Saturday.

    A well-organised and sturdy Kilmarnock frustrated his side last weekend at Ibrox before succumbing 2-0, but the Glasgow outfit improved on that with a 3-0 defeat of Belgian side Union Saint-Gilloise on Tuesday to progress to the Champions League play-offs.

    "You need to have our positions right on the pitch," manager Van Bronckhorst told Rangers TV, suggesting that "a lot of patience" is required to break down opponents.

    "The movement needs to be there at the right time. The speed of passing needs to be high, otherwise you won't find any space, but we are improving in those departments in every game.

    "We play more games together and, with that, the players get used to one another. We are getting stronger and stronger each week and with each game we play."

  3. Rangers-PSV commentary on BBC Radio Scotlandpublished at 14:53 12 August

    Sportsound will broadcast live radio commentary of Rangers v PSV Eindhoven in Tuesday's Champions League play-off first leg.

    The match at Ibrox kicks off at 20:00 BST, with coverage starting on BBC Radio Scotland Extra, DAB and 810MW at 19:00.

    Rangers beat Union Saint Gilloise 3-2 on aggregate to reach the play-off stage.

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    Malik Tillman and Antonio Colak scored in Rangers' 3-0 second-leg win over Union SG

  4. Saints defender Mitchell relishing Ibrox troppublished at 12:04 12 August

    Alex Mitchell hopes his "old fashioned" qualities can help St Johnstone repel Rangers at Ibrox.

    Saints travel to Glasgow on Saturday, having picked up their first Scottish Premiership win of the season last week against Motherwell.

    And Mitchell, 20, said: "I think I'm a bit of an old-fashioned player. My coaches say I'm the type that's a bit of a dying breed.

    "I like to defend, as has been made clear, and I feel like I bring leadership qualities talking-wise. It's a quality I'm quite proud of.

    "I remember watching Rangers in the Europa League final so to watch that and then have a chance to play against them at Ibrox is a big opportunity for myself. I'm really looking forward to the challenge."

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  5. Bowley joins Rangers from City Football Grouppublished at 18:54 11 August

    Rangers have have a new first-team coach - Ceri Bowley having arrived from the City Football Group - the company that administers football clubs around the world, including Manchester City.

    Giovanni van Bronckhorst and Bowley met while the Dutchman was on a fact-finding mission at Man City before his appointment as Rangers manager.

    Bowley, who holds a PhD in sport psychology and coaching science, led the creation of the City Football Methodology, and its implementation, across all its clubs and is applied in coaching, sport science, performance analysis and talent identification and recruitment.

    He had previously been academy director at former Welsh Premier club Barry Town and has also been employed by the Football Association, Swansea City and Merthyr Town in coaching capacities.

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  6. Thomson not expecting regular thrashings in SWPLpublished at 16:10 11 August

    Rangers' 14-0 thrashing of Glasgow Women will not be a regular thing, head coach Malky Thomson believes.

    The SWPL 1 champions began their title defence in emphatic fashion last weekend against the newly-promoted side.

    Hibernian also lost 9-0 to Celtic while Glasgow City were 7-0 winners over Spartans.

    However, Thomson says the full-time sides have a head start in pre-season, and believes the other teams in the top flight will catch up soon enough.

    He said: "Last season, earlier on we managed to accumulate higher scores. I think as the season goes on I'm quite sure that Glasgow Women will get stronger and more used to the league.

    "It's early on, it's pre-season. They'll definitely get better. They've got good coaches that are working with them, and what was evident to myself was they still had a team spirit.

    "Although we managed to score the 14 goals they stuck together as a unit. And after the game, every bit of respect to them, they shook our hand and faced up to it."

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  7. Choose your Rangers XI published at 15:35 11 August

    Who should Giovanni van Bronckhorst choose to start at home to St Johnstone on Saturday? Here's your chance to make your picks.

    Pick your team here.

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  8. Where's your team on matchday three?published at 21:08 10 August

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  9. Dates confirmed for Rangers-PSV Eindhoven tiepublished at 10:40 10 August

    Rangers have confirmed the dates for their Champions League play-off with PSV Eindhoven.

    The first leg will take place at Ibrox on Tuesday, 16 August with the return in Eindhoven on Wednesday, 24 August.

    PSV have moved their Eredivisie match with FC Volendam from 20 August to 31 August to prepare for the second leg of the play-off with Rangers.

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  10. Rangers have history on their side published at 09:44 10 August

    Rangers' record against PSV Eindhoven boasts three wins, two draws, and just the one loss for the Ibrox side.

    In the 2010-2011 Europa League, PSV got the better of Rangers over two legs but that is the only time it's happened.

    In season 1999-2000, Rangers won both meetings with PSV in the Champions League group stage - 1-0 in Eindhoven and 4-1 at Ibrox - matches in which current managers Giovanni van Bronckhorst and Ruud van Nistelrooy were playing for the respective teams.

    Before that it was in 1978-79 the sides met. The first leg was a 0-0 stalemate at Ibrox before a 3-2 Rangers win away from home.

  11. PSV lie in wait for Rangers after Monaco thrillerpublished at 09:41 10 August

    Rangers will welcome PSV Eindhoven to Ibrox next week for their Champions League play-off round.

    After a 1-1 first-leg draw, the second leg provided plenty of drama.

    Monaco came back form a goal down to be 2-1 up on the night before PSV equalised in the 89th minute.

    And, in the 109st minute, Luuk de Jong scored the winner to set up their play-off showdown with Rangers over the next two weeks.

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    PSV Eindhoven celebrate their extra-time win

  12. 'The players feed of Ibrox buzz' - Millerpublished at 09:23 10 August

    Former Rangers striker Kenny Miller believesRangers need to get in front on aggregate when they welcome PSV Eindhoven to Ibrox next week.

    During his post-match punditry duties for BBC Radio Scotland's Sportsound, he commented: "I do think the dynamic does change with the home and away thing.

    "With Rangers coming back here to Ibrox they just have this belief that they can overturn it here. They trust the fans that they’ll turn up in their thousands and give a backing and energy to them that’s going to carry them forward and you feed off that as a player.

    "The fans respond and in-kind the players respond. It’s been a back and forth over these couple of season in Europe. It will change, they can still have that in the home leg, but I do believe they probably need to get a positive result to take to Eindhoven."

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    The fans certainly did...

  13. Tillman dedicates goal to Rangers fans - gossippublished at 09:11 10 August

    Malik Tillman dedicated his tie-winning goal against Union Saint Gilloise to Rangers' home crowd following Tuesday's 3-0 Champions League third qualifying round second leg at Ibrox. (Sun), external

    Union SG boss Karel Garaets was surprised a second yellow card for Rangers' James Sands was overturned at Ibrox when the aggregate score was 2-2. (Scotsman - subscription required), external

    Garaets believes the Belgian side lost the tie last week as "it was only 2-0" to his side after the first leg. (Record), external

    Rangers manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst singled out midfielder John Lundstram for praise following Tuesday's 3-0 win. (Scotsman - subscription required), external

    Van Bronckhorst is looking forward to coming up against his former Netherlands team-mate Ruud van Nistelrooy, the PSV Eindhoven boss, in the Champions League play-off round. (Herald - subscription required), external

    The Rangers manager insists cannot afford to give PSV the same head start as Union SG. (Record), external

    Rangers will earn £4.22m for reaching the play-off round. (Herald - subscription required), external

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  14. Van Bronckhost full of praise for Ibrox atmospeherepublished at 22:30 9 August

    After their comeback win against Union Saint-Gilloise, Rangers manager Giovanni van Bronkchorst was full of praise for the Ibrox fans.

    “It was a similar atmosphere [to the RB Leipzig game], the stakes were very high," he said.

    "They [the fans] are very important for us. Today they were very noisy, everywhere we go we have a great support.

    "We kept a clean sheet and just created as many chances as possible. This game needed a big performance and the players gave a big performance"

    On Malik Tillman, who scored thier third, he added: "He was very good in the game. Already this season he's becoming a very important player for us. I think the goalkeeper was surprised with his jumping! It's a very big goal for him and a big moment for all of us."

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    Malik Tillman celebrates scoring to make it 3-0

  15. Rangers rely on Ibrox atmosphere to grind down Union's will published at 22:25 9 August

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    Even trailing by two goals, plenty of Rangers fans headed to Ibrox confident of a result. They had witnessed enough European evening evidence in the last year to calm their nerves.

    Proved right, there were still moments throughout the night that would have tested their resolve. Union, as they did in the first leg, waited to pounce but their attacking potency had almost evaporated.

    So instead of a disaster, this will be remembered as a scare. But their next opponents in PSV will not be as forgiving. However, with Ibrox able to rouse such spirited performances from this Rangers team, the club's supporters will be dreaming of another memorable season in Europe.

  16. 'Historic milestone' for Ibrox graduatespublished at 12:04 9 August

    "A historic milestone" is how Rangers have described three teenagers becoming the first graduates from their girls' academy to be handed professional contracts.

    Sixteen-year-old Emma Watson, fellow midfielder Kirsty MacLean and forward Jodi McLeary, both 17, were involved in the first-team's Scottish Women's Premier League title-winning campaign last season.

    First-team assistant coach and academy manager Kevin Murphy told the club website that their progression "will inspire players within the younger age groups".

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