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  1. Rangers boss Mark Warburton reveals he works around the clock at Murray ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Daily Record

    EARLY rises and late finishes come naturally to former City trader Warburton as he tries to get Rangers back to the top. And the only way he believes he can do it is by working around the clock at Murray Park - with a 6am start every day.

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  2. Early riser Warburton putting the hours in at RangersRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    ... the best time of the day." Filling the Phil Daniels role on this occasion is Mark Warburton. The diverse past of the Rangers manager has been thoroughly documented in recent months and among the many habits he picked up during his time as a city ...

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  3. Gary Naysmith on legacy, loan deals and life in League TwoRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    ... finished above us last season. "Queen's Park will be good again and I know wee Colin Cameron will not want Berwick Rangers to miss out. We have Jim Weir at Elgin who were one of the form teams towards the end of last year and East Stirling, between ...

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  4. Kilmarnock 0 Dundee 4: Two-goal Stewart runs the show as Killie boss Locke comes under fireRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    ... was. They created next to nothing all afternoon. A weak header from Kris Boyd, every bit as ineffective as he was at Rangers last year, on 72 minutes represented their first attempt at goal. There was little invention in their play, little sign of ...

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  5. St Mirren manager Ian Murray insists Hibs must be favourites over Rangers to win the ChampionshipRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    ... season than Ian Murray. He spent the last three seasons managing in the division with Dumbarton. He has played for Rangers and Hibernian, the two sides widely expected to fight it out at the summit, and understands the very particular pressures they ...

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  6. Former Oldham midfielder Dean Furman starts for Bury against PrestonRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Theboltonnews.co.uk

    ... over the past two seasons. He started his career as a trainee at Chelsea before making one appearance for Glasgow Rangers in a three-year stint with the Scottish giants. The South Africa captain, who has made 25 appearances for his country, got his ...

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  7. Mark Warburton: My Rangers are ready for the challenge, we won't drown at IbroxRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | The Daily Record

    THE Rangers manager says that he and his players won't buckle beneath the weight of expectation in their first competitive home match against Peterhead tomorrow afternoon. Mark Warburton: "This is Rangers Football Club and there is that weight of expectation and it's how you deal with it that will determine how well you do at this football club."

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  8. Expectation 'drives Rangers'Read the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Sky Sports

    Rangers manager Mark Warburton is well aware promotion is expected at Ibrox this season and is confident his players can rise to the challenge. Warburton gets his first taste of competitive action at Ibrox on Sunday when Ladbrokes League One side Peterhead visit in the first round of the Scottish League Cup.

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  9. Rangers boss Mark Warburton ready for Ibrox bow in Scottish League Cup clashRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Rangers manager Mark Warburton has utilised the experience of former players David Weir and Jim Stewart as he prepares his players for the demands of an Ibrox crowd. Warburton has his first taste of competitive action at Ibrox on Sunday when Ladbrokes League One side Peterhead visit in the first round of the Scottish League Cup, but assistant manager Weir and goalkeeping coach Stewart know what to expect.

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  10. It's time we were top dogs in the city, says Dundee captain Kevin ThomsonRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | The Daily Record

    ... a long time. Dundee know there's a sense of growing expectation on the back of last season's achievements but former Rangers and Middlesbrough ace Thomson believes they should view that as a positive rather than become overawed by it. He said: "We ...

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  11. Warburton On Favourites TagRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | Vital Football

    Mark Warburton knows at a club like Rangers, this isn't an arrogant statement it's a factual statement, you'll often be labelled as 'the favourite' and not too often 'the underdog' and this is something he's spoken about, among other things on rangers.co.uk , ahead of the Scottish League Cup tie with Peterhead. Warburton had become accustomed to being an underdog at Brentford but knows this mentality is different with the Gers as we prepare to face Peterhead on Sunday and with life in general at this club, which he's gradually getting his head round.

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  12. Barry Ferguson: Cleaning the bogs as a Rangers kid made me a player.. ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Daily Record

    ... tracked down Lebanese lawyer Mazen Houssami - the man who helped fund Charles Green's 2012 takeover - and he insists Rangers have not spoken to him about cancelling their voting rights.

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  13. Sports Hotline: Would Alan Stubbs be as loyal as he's expecting...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | The Daily Record

    ... of history's great philosophers. But it's not the Hibs board who are getting it in the neck today and neither is it Rangers. David Wyse, Dalkeith , said: "I wonder what stance Stubbs would take if Celtic or Everton came knocking on his door next ...

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  14. St Mirren manager Ian Murray suspects it is time for Hibs to back...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 29 | Sunday Herald

    TOUGH CALL: Ian Murray believes the time may be coming where it is best for his former clubs to strike a deal over Scott Allan LEFT Hibernian, signed up at Ibrox, got dog's abuse back at Easter Road. Ian Murray needs no introduction to the enmity that exists within Leith towards Rangers and those who represent them.

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  15. Exclusive: Ian Murray reckons Championship rivals Hibs should sell Scott Allan to RangersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 25 | Evening Times

    ST MIRREN V BERWICK RANGERS . ST MIRREN PARK - PAISLEY . St Mirren manager Ian Murray stands alongside Berwick player/manager Colin Cameron..

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  16. The Graham Spiers Interview: Kris BoydRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 27 | Sunday Herald

    ... a third tour at Kilmarnock. Kris Boyd, it must be said, is looking leaner and trimmer again after a wasted year at Rangers, when this prolific goalscorer's form disappeared amid the dysfunctional mess at that club. This will be Boyd's 11th season in ...

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  17. Double delight for Rangers recruit WaghornRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 28 | Evening Times

    The striker may not have marked his first appearance in Light Blue in perfect fashion, but his achievements on his competitive bow more than made up for it. Waghorn was handed his Rangers debut just hours after he signed on the dotted line last week, the friendly fixture with Burnley finally giving the Ibrox crowd a chance to see Mark Warburton's side in action this summer.

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  18. Rangers boss Mark Warburton: I want hungry young pros.. there's...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 27 | The Daily Record

    ... and insisted he's happy to take the kids along for the ride all the way back to the top of Scottish football. The Rangers boss was paired with Ayr United in the Petrofac Training Cup , 48 hours after his supporters began believing with confidence a ...

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  19. Mark +Warburton is in it to win it at RangersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 27 | Evening Times

    Mark Warburton won the first competitive match of his Rangers reign at Hibs ... and the manager wants to taste victory every time his team crosses the white line The Petrofac Training Cup may not be at the top of the new Ibrox manager's wish list this season, but that doesn't diminish his determination to lift the silverware. Having already toppled their biggest rivals for the competition on Saturday as Hibernian were swept aside in an eight-goal thriller at Easter Road, the odds on Rangers emerging victorious come April are expectedly short.

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  20. Warburton confident Rangers rebuilding job is on course for...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 27 | Evening Times

    MARK WARBURTON is confident Rangers are on the right track as he looks to add the finishing touches to his Ibrox blueprint. The Gers boss has had a productive summer in the transfer market so far, recruiting the likes of Danny Wilson, Andy Halliday and Martyn Waghorn to bolster his ranks for the new Ladbrokes Championship campaign.

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