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EMERSON: WE'LL BUCK UP OUR IDEAS

Midfielder Emerson Hyndman insists Rangers will “buck up their ideas” this week ahead of Friday’s trip to Inverness Caledonian Thistle.

The Light Blues make the trip up the A9 to take on the Highlanders who currently sit bottom of the Scottish Premiership, although they dug out a good point in their last match away to Hearts on Saturday.

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WATCH DUNDEE ON RTV | http://rng.rs/2kGqOnl

IF you’re outside the UK or Ireland then you can enjoy the whole of the trip to Dundee live on RangersTV.

Regular commentator Tom Miller will bring you full commentary throughout the 90 minutes with former player Jonatan Johansson on co commentary.
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OPPOSITION FOCUS: DUNDEE | http://rng.rs/2kxf0IO

Everything you could ever want to know about tomorrow's opponents Dundee is right here.
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ON THIS DAY: FEBRUARY 18 | http://rng.rs/2kwEqWV

Today, we remember a trio of victories from this day in history over St Johnstone, Hibernian and Falkirk.
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WE'RE RIGHT BEHIND MURTS | http://rng.rs/2lT2bc0

Kenny Miller insists the Rangers squad are united behind caretaker boss Graeme Murty ahead of Sunday’s trip to Dundee.

It’s Murty’s second game in charge having handled the 2-1 Scottish Cup victory over Morton last weekend following the departure of Mark Warburton last Friday.

And Miller was full of praise for the way Murty has carried himself in his first full week as the main man at the club, although it came as no surprise to him having seen how he had been operating at under-20s level.
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MURTS: WHAT A GREAT WEEK | http://rng.rs/2leY4UI

Despite the obvious challenges of managing Rangers, Graeme Murty insists he’s had a great week in charge of the club.

The caretaker boss took over last Friday following the departure of Mark Warburton, and he has been heartened by the response he has had from his players ahead of Sunday’s game at Dundee.
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WATCH DUNDEE ON RTV | http://rng.rs/2kGqOnl

IF you’re outside the UK or Ireland then you can enjoy the whole of the trip to Dundee live on RangersTV.

Regular commentator Tom Miller will bring you full commentary throughout the 90 minutes with former player Jonatan Johansson on co commentary.
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SENDEROS: I CAN DO BETTER | http://rng.rs/2kuhDv0

“I can do better” is the message from Phillipe Senderos despite featuring in Rangers last two matches.

Having not been involved competitively for four months, the Swiss came in from the cold for the Ross County game on February 4 before retaining his place for the Scottish Cup clash with Morton last Sunday.
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TWO WORKS WELL FOR WAGGY | http://rng.rs/2ktboHY

Martyn Waghorn enjoyed playing alongside Kenny Miller in a 4-4-2 system in Sunday’s win over Morton – but the striker insists he is comfortable playing in whatever formation Graeme Murty selects for this weekend’s game with Dundee.

Waghorn and Miller partnered each other for the closing stages of the Scottish Cup win over the Ton with the Englishman full of praise for the work of Miller alongside him.
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TAV: VICTORY ALL THAT MATTERED | http://rng.rs/2kzAror

After a hectic 48-hours or so in the history of Rangers Football Club, James Tavernier was simply relieved to see the Light Blues progress through to the Scottish Cup quarter-finals this afternoon.

Following the departure of Mark Warburton late on Friday evening, caretaker boss Graeme Murty came in and oversaw a 2-1 defeat of Morton at Ibrox this afternoon, with Kenny Miller and Martyn Waghorn overturning a Michael Tidser opener for the Greenock side.
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