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Work begins on Rangers pitch upgrade ahead of Premiership title defence

The playing surface at Ibrox is being dug up as the club installs a new pitch for the new season.Work has begun on Rangers' new pitch ahead of their title defence next season.Earlier in the week industry leaders SIS teased they'd be on their way to Ibrox to undertake a major upgrade.

dailyrecord.co.uk ,  37min 0
Work begins on Rangers pitch upgrade ahead of Premiership title defence

SPFL no-show so sweet for Rangers as Ibrox club savour and celebrate a Scottish title win to remember

MEMORIES of how titles were won and cups lifted can fade over time when you are a supporter of a club as successful as Rangers.Yet, the Premiership victory the Ibrox club recorded in the 2020/21 campaign will never be forgotten by any of their followers.For many of the fans who partied long into the night across Glasgow and further afield on Saturday, the epic achievement will not be bettered.

glasgowtimes.co.uk ,  40min 0
SPFL no-show so sweet for Rangers as Ibrox club savour and celebrate a Scottish title win to remember

Memorial benches wrecked after Rangers fans trash George Square during party

MEMORIAL benches in Glasgow city centre have been wrecked for the second time in three months after Rangers fans trashed George Square during wild celebrations yesterday.Tribute benches were broken after Rangers were confirmed Scottish Premiership champions on March 7, and more have been destroyed after yesterday's partying.

thescottishsun.co.uk ,  1h 2
Memorial benches wrecked after Rangers fans trash George Square during party

Rangers fan 'missing half a hand' as firework he was holding at party blows up

A man was reportedly rushed to hospital on Saturday with half his hand missing after a firework detonated while he was carrying it in his hand amid Rangers' record-making league win celebrations A Rangers fan was rushed to hospital with half their hand “missing” after a firework they were holding exploded, reports claim.

dailystar.co.uk ,  1h 1
Rangers fan 'missing half a hand' as firework he was holding at party blows up

Rangers claim PFA awards double as Celtic, Hearts and Scotland also recognised

Rangers skipper James Tavernier has won the PFA Scotland player of the year award.The right-back prevailed from an all-Ibrox shortlist following the club's Scottish Premiership title win.Tavernier, who scored 19 goals this season, beat team-mates Allan McGregor, Ryan Kent and Steven Davis to the prize.

scotsman.com ,  2h 1
Rangers claim PFA awards double as Celtic, Hearts and Scotland also recognised

Cops left with broken bones & smashed teeth after policing Gers fan celebrations

BRAVE police officers were left with broken bones and smashed teeth after facing the "worst violence in their 20 years of policing" as Rangers fans gathered in Glasgow.Scottish Police Federation general secretary Calum Steele revealed cops were left injured after an estimated 15,000 Rangers fans descended on George Square yesterday.

thescottishsun.co.uk ,  2h 0
Cops left with broken bones & smashed teeth after policing Gers fan celebrations

5 things we learned from this weekend’s Scottish Premiership action

Rangers collected the Scottish Premiership trophy this weekend but their title success had been wrapped up more than two months ago.There were other matters to be settled on the final weekend of the season with the destiny of the championship already decided.The European picture became clearer, the relegation places were sorted and St Mirren secured seventh – their highest finish for 32 years.

pressandjournal.co.uk ,  2h 0
5 things we learned from this weekend’s Scottish Premiership action

Cops left with broken arm and staples in their mouth after Rangers fans carnage

Calum Steele shared photographs on social media of the injuries sustained by just two of the police officers who were summoned to Glasgow city centre.Shocking photographs have emerged of the horrific injuries sustained by two officers policing Rangers fans who had gathered to celebrate the clubs title win yesterday.

dailyrecord.co.uk ,  2h 0
Cops left with broken arm and staples in their mouth after Rangers fans carnage

Rangers fans light up the world's tallest building with '55' title tribute

Dubai-based fans helped project the message onto the world famous Burj Khalifa Dubai-based Rangers supporters have paid tribute to Steven Gerrard and their players after the club's Premiership title triumph by beaming a special tribute onto the world's tallest building.The Ibrox club lifted their first Premiership trophy since 2011 yesterday afternoon after thrashing Aberdeen 4-0, with the result ensuring Gerrard and his squad finish the season without losing a single league match.

glasgowlive.co.uk ,  2h 1
Rangers fans light up the world's tallest building with '55' title tribute

St Johnstone's Zander Clark in 'trend' remark as Alisson scores for Liverpool

ST JOHNSTONE goalkeeper Zander Clark reckons he's started a TREND as he watched fellow shot-stopper Alisson score a header for Liverpool.The Perth Saints goalie famously ALMOST scored against Rangers in the Scottish Cup quarter-final.The goal was eventually given to Christopher Kane but nobody was grudging Clark claiming the goal as his own.

thescottishsun.co.uk ,  2h 0
St Johnstone's Zander Clark in 'trend' remark as Alisson scores for Liverpool

Rangers fans defy Covid rules to celebrate title win on Shankill

Police are scanning images of crowds who gathered on the Shankill Road after a Rangers’ Scottish Premiership win.Hundreds of people were filmed on the Shankill despite Covid restrictions still currently limited to outside gatherings of 10 people.The PSNI have warned they will gather evidence of potential Covid restrictions breaches following celebrations on the Shankill Road on Saturday.

belfasttelegraph.co.uk ,  2h 1
Rangers fans defy Covid rules to celebrate title win on Shankill

Rangers smash Spartans in capital to keep up pressure on City in title race

Arnot inspired Gers victorious in Edinburgh to remain in pole position for Champions League qualification spot.A stunning display from Rangers star Lizzie Arnot ensured her side kept the pressure on table toppers Glasgow City as they defeated fourth placed Spartans 5-0 in the Scottish Women’s Premier League this afternoon.

scotsman.com ,  2h 0
Rangers smash Spartans in capital to keep up pressure on City in title race

Rangers fans organise incredible Burj Khalifa lightshow to mark title triumph

THIS is the moment Rangers fans in Dubai showed their appreciation for Steven Gerrard's unbeaten league champions.Beaming a special tribute onto the Burj Khalifa - the world's tallest building - Light Blues supporters in the UAE were loving the incredible lightshow this evening.The Ibrox side wrapped up a memorable season in style yesterday by beating Aberdeen on trophy day to see out the Premiership season without a single defeat.

thescottishsun.co.uk ,  2h 0
Rangers fans organise incredible Burj Khalifa lightshow to mark title triumph

Tavernier scoops PFA Player of the year as Turnbull wins young player

The Old Firm duo have seen off competition from the rest of the Premiership this season Rangers skipper James Tavernier has been crowned the PFA Player of the Year, whilst Celtic midfielder David Turnbull has won the young player of the year.The award rounds off an almost perfect season for Tavernier, with the right-back beating off competition from within his own club, after Allan McGregor, Steve Davis and Ryan Kent were all nominated for the gong.

glasgowlive.co.uk ,  3h 0
Tavernier scoops PFA Player of the year as Turnbull wins young player

Around 15,000 'selfish' Rangers fans marched through Glasgow, police say

FIVE officers were injured during the violence which broke out in Glasgow as around 15,000 Rangers fans celebrated their team’s first premiership trophy in a decade, police have said.A total of 28 arrests have been made following the disorder around George Square on Saturday night, with officers saying many more will follow.

thenational.scot ,  3h 1
Around 15,000 'selfish' Rangers fans marched through Glasgow, police say

Volunteers worked through 'blood & broken glass' to help injured Rangers fans

A GLASGOW charity has told how volunteers worked through "blood and broken glass" to help those injured in George Square yesterday.Glasgow Street Aid rushed to help those in need in Glasgow city centre yesterday after celebrations following Rangers' trophy lift descended into chaos.Around 15,000 fans revelled by singing, some sectarian songs, and letting off fireworks and smoke bombs.

thescottishsun.co.uk ,  3h 6
Volunteers worked through 'blood & broken glass' to help injured Rangers fans

Tav has another trophy to take to bed tonight!

The morning after the night before.What a catch for the Rangers skipper, James Tavernier.Good morning 😁🏆 pic.twitter.com/kDi42cWaoj — James Tavernier (@James_Tavernier) May 16, 2021 Now he has another trophy to take to bed as the Yorkshireman was confirmed this evening as PFA Scotland Premiership player of the year.

rangers.vitalfootball.co.uk ,  3h 1
Tav has another trophy to take to bed tonight!

Five talking points from this weekend's Scottish Premiership action

Rangers collected the Scottish Premiership trophy this weekend but their title success had been wrapped up more than two months ago.There were other matters to be settled on the final weekend of the season with the destiny of the championship already decided.The European picture became clearer, the relegation places were sorted and St Mirren secured seventh – their highest finish for 32 years.

amp.sportsmole.co.uk ,  3h 0
Five talking points from this weekend's Scottish Premiership action

James Tavernier beats Rangers rivals to PFA Scotland player of the year award

The right-back prevailed from an all-Ibrox shortlist which also featured Allan McGregor, Ryan Kent and Steven Davis.Rangers skipper has won the PFA Scotland player of the year award.The right-back prevailed from an all-Ibrox shortlist following the club’s Scottish Premiership title win.Tavernier, who scored 19 goals this season, beat team-mates Allan McGregor, Ryan Kent and Steven Davis to the prize.

expressandstar.com ,  3h 0
James Tavernier beats Rangers rivals to PFA Scotland player of the year award