Despite not having the best of seasons in the EPL, one player that holds the key to the success of the Three Lions in Euro 2016 is Wayne Rooney.
The Manchester United and England international forward remains one of the most influential players in Europe.
Mark Warbuton shrugged off claims that were linking him with a move away from the Scottish club as he stated that its not in his interest of leaving the club and the English manager also took the chance to talk about the finances and transfers of Rangers.
Rangers are currently positioned at the top of the Scottish Championship League after having secured 60 points from their opening 24 matches.
There has been very little of the famous old firm derby in the last few years.
Sky has comfortably dismissed any fears of being surpassed by BT Sport after posting one of the best quarters in the company’s history.
Lionel Messi has already marked his name down in the history books of football for a number of different reasons. The Argentine boy-wonder has been breaking records for the past few years and shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon.
Rangers FC initiated the 2015-16 season of the Scottish Championship League on a positive note as Mark Warbuton and his team claimed a 3-1 triumph over St.Mirren as both squads faced off at the Ibrox Stadium in a match that saw the home team securing their first victory of the season.
Former Rangers midfielder Alex Rae stated that he and his colleague Alex McLeish will be very much interested in getting back to Rangers, but he preferred not to talk about the vacant managerial situation.
Rangers manager Stuart McCall says that the players should avoid silly bookings between now and end of the campaign.
This period of time certainly cannot be a good one for supporters of Rangers as the Scottish club seems to be having problems in all aspects. From financial troubles, to managerial struggles it just doesn’t seem like the bad news stop from falling into the path of the club and its own supporters.
A statement from the Scottish club announced that James Easdale had resigned from his position in the board of the club read: "Rangers announce that James Easdale has resigned from the boards of the company and Rangers Football Club Limited with immediate effect.
Ki Sung-Yueng could have left Swansea City for Rangers during the summer if he’d not been convinced not to do so by Garry Monk.
Ki was out of favour at Swansea and was placed on loan to Sunderland at the start of the 2013-14 Season.
He did enough there at Sunderland to make people praise his efforts. Though, he was not sparkling, but, he was always there doing a job for them and the Black Cats actually wanted to buy him once his loan period was over, and faced competition from Rangers.