A success for a title. By winning quietly against Saint-Miren (3–0, day 32), Rangers pushed their nearest rivals, Celtic, to 20 points in the standings, thus officially validating their title of Scottish champions 2021, which was their title. Was 55th in history. Six days before the end of the Scottish Premier League, the residents of Ibrox once again tasted the joy of a national coronation, ending an unquestioned nine-year rule by neighboring Bhoy. The trophy awards a season in all points notable for the country’s best attack (77 achievements) and best defense (9 goals conceded).
Unbeaten after 32 days (28 wins, 4 draws), Steven Gerrard’s men, who won his second season on the Scottish benchPlay attractive aggressive football, averaging 2.4 goals per game. Nearby James Tavernier (29 years old, side writer of 11 league goals!), Conor Goldson (28, stable central), Alfredo Morelos (24 years old, 10 achievements in 24 performances), Steve Davies (36, Northern Irish Regulator) and Alan McGregor (39, iconic goalkeeper), the team achieve almost flawlessly on the national scene, the only shortfall in the quarter-finals of the League’s Cup.
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The first title in the series expects boss Dave King to get back in the saddle of a club that has come a long way since its administrative relegation to the Fourth Division in 2012. And in doing so, he clearly intends to continue the adventure Stevie G, that few imagine leaving for the club of their hearts, Liverpool, where Jurgen Klopp’s situation becomes more complicated by the day. has been “Steven extends his contract with Rangers (until June 2024, note) knowing what he wants to do. And he still has a lot to do”, said the strong man of Gers before continuing. “It is great to win this title, but we all know that the next few weeks will pass very quickly and he will be defending this title. In terms of personal motivation and progress, fighting to retain this title and proving that this is not the shot of a season will be a huge challenge for Steven.”, he said.
The English legend seems to be on the same wavelength. “I want more. I’m hungry and I hope my players share this sentiment. This team is back from hell for 10 years. We don’t want to stop there. We must keep moving forward and do things.” Must be made better. We will do it.”, he sent to the microphone of the official club channel. Another goal is already emerging, against Slavia Prague in the Europa League round of 16. A contest during which Rangers proved they could export their attacking style, 22 goals or 2.75 goals per match since the start of the group stage! Fantastic isn’t it?
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) 8 March 2021
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