// Published July 13, 2017 by index

Ibrox leader Dave King is resilient on helping Scottish side Rangers return to past glory. T

he Gers have been so far from their rightful spot in Scottish football but they have been journeying back quickly under King.

The club chief has succeeded in drawing fans of the club to his side after two years of overseeing the club’s activities. His seeming success with the deal restructuring with Mike Ashley is a big plus after the merchandise magnate took advantage of the club. The Donnay-branded tanks at Edmiston Drive are another plus.

With more funds set to come in, Coach Pedro Caixinha should be able to get fresh legs as the squad requires a boost. The game against ProgresNiederkorn is a chance for the new additions to prove themselves. There have been changes but the examination of the whole strategy is here – after six years away from European football.

Rangers should not be comparing themselves to either Aberdeen or St.Johnstone who are delighted at appearing in Europe. It is an opportunity for the club to prove itself. The club already has a low UEFA coefficient but this is an opportunity to rectify.

Caixinha admitted this recently, admitting it is far from ideal but it is an opportunity to increase the ranking for the country. The manager added that Danny Wilson is the clear missing star but new players would get a chance; NikoKranjcar, Jordan Rossiter and Lee Wallace. Caixinha adds that prospect Ross McCrorie would get chances handed to him this forthcoming season as he wants a competitive squad.