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.

Dispute between Coach and Goalkeeper of Rangers FC

An intense dispute is going on between the coach of Rangers FC and Celtic’s goalkeeper Craig Gordon.

The 31 years old Scottish shot-stopper sustained a series of injuries during his time performing for Sunderland which kept him out of the playing grounds for a large period of time and his injuries became so serious that Gordon had to go through knee surgeries in order to repair the tendon and the anterior cruciate ligament that he was suffering from.

McCoist disappointed with opening of campaign

Rangers manager Ally McCoist recently witnessed his former club Sunderland suffered an 8-0 thrashing at the hands of Southampton in the Premier League. This was the worst defeat for the club in the history of the top division. McCoist, who moved to Rangers from Sunderland in 1983, says that he is extremely disappointed with the way his former team have opened up this campaign. After only managing to avoid relegation to the Championship, Sunderland were expected to kick on this time around. However, they remain floating near the bottom of the table after managing just one win this season.

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Sunderland Bids For Buckley

Sunderland is willing to buy the English youngster Will Buckley and they have even bid for him, but, there is no certainty that they would be able to grab the services of the player as there is one other club which is in this race and that is West Bromwich Albion.
It’s Gus Poyet only, the current Sunderland boss, who had signed Buckley at Brighton. He likes the playing style of the 24-year old a lot and he wants to unite with him once again, this time at the Stadium of Light.

Scottish League Set For Excitement

Scottish football has not seen the famous rivalries between Rangers and the other top clubs in the last few years following the relegation of Rangers to the bottom division of Scottish league football. However, Rangers have slowly made the way up under the guidance of Ally McCoist into the Scottish championship. This coupled with the relegation of Hearts and Hibernian mean that Rangers will be up against these two top clubs once again in the new season. Ally McCoist has revealed that he is already looking forward to matches against both these clubs.

McCoist Aims For Scott Allan

Kenny Miller’s transfer from Vancouver Whitecaps to Rangers has already been confirmed and announced as the veteran attacker will be returning to the Ibrox Stadium for the 3rd time but he is not the only target that Ally McCoist and the club is trying to sign as there are a few other players in the transfer market that McCoist is attempting to sign.

Scott Allan was recently released from West Bromwich Albion after spending 2 seasons with the Premier League club but failed on making any kind of impact or appearances with West Bromwich and is now a free agent.

Rangers Suffered Losses Of £70 Million

Rangers have revealed losses of more than £ 70 million in the last two seasons, in which they are primarily spending time in the lower reaches of the Scottish league. A financial report stated that the club has spent almost every penny that has come through season-ticket sales and commercial revenues in the last two years. It has also stated that the club will need to raise up to £ 30 million through the sale of shares before 2017 if they are to compete at the same level in the Scottish Premier league.


The air of positivity surrounding Rangers after their promotion to the second edition of Scottish football has quickly dissolved after the team lost in the Ramsdens Cup final.

Rangers supporters came into the match against Raith Rovers confident that the team will be able to add to the silverware that they have already won this season. However, Rangers were only able to suffer a defeat against this lower league opposition. Fans were extremely critical of the manager Ally McCoist after the match, but captain Lee McCulloch came to the support of the manager.