2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
16-3-1, 1st in Scottish Premiership
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13dAssociated Press

MLS champs NYCFC loan Sands to Rangers

USMNT's James Sands was loaned Wednesday to Glasgow Rangers from NYCFC through the end of the 2022-23 Scottish Premier League season.

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61dESPN

Rangers hire Van Bronckhorst to replace Gerrard

Rangers have appointed Giovanni van Bronckhorst as the club's new manager, with the former Netherlands captain succeeding Steven Gerrard at Ibrox.

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109dReuters

Sparta hit back: 'Stop attacking our children'

Sparta Prague hit out at "xenophobic" reports that said Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara was targeted by sections of a crowd of schoolchildren.

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109dReuters

Gerrard 'not surprised' as Kamara jeered at Sparta

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard said he was disappointed but not surprised by reports midfielder Glen Kamara was targeted by sections of a crowd.

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148dReuters

Rangers ban fans for abuse to Celtic's Furuhashi

Rangers have identified and banned supporters who directed racist abuse at Celtic's Japanese striker Kyogo Furuhashi, the club said on Monday.

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177dESPN

Madrid start preseason with defeat at Rangers

Real Madrid began their preseason campaign with a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Scottish champions Rangers at Ibrox on Sunday.

Gerrard on Everton job: Never an option, not surprised by Benitez (0:54)
179d
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222dMark Ogden

Rangers to allow fans to buy shares in club

Scottish champions Rangers are to allow supporters to buy into the club with a £6.75 million 'one share, one vote' equity offering on Friday.

Acrobatic overhead kick puts Rangers in front vs. Celtic (1:03)
275d
Hislop: 10 games 'far too lenient' for Kudela's ban (2:12)
277d
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279dAssociated Press

Seedorf: Punish players who cover their mouths

Clarence Seedorf has suggested that football players should get yellow cards for covering their mouths to speak to opponents to combat racist abuse.

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285dESPN

Swansea, Rangers to boycott social media

Swansea City and Rangers have announced that they will boycott all social media for a week in the fight against racism and online abuse.

RankingsScottish Premiership

Goal Difference292nd
Goals Scored431st
Assists1Tied-2nd
Goals Conceded142nd