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Sport The Auchenhowie mantra that’s behind Rangers defensive dominance and its none shall pass numbers

13:25  02 november  2020
13:25  02 november  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Relentless Rangers notched their 11th clean sheet in 13 games with another solid performance to take all three points against Kilmarnock.

They have only conceded three goals this season, two from pinpoint Martin Boyle crosses against Hibs and a George Edmundson own goal.

It's been a starkly impressive record, especially when Scottish Premiership rivals Celtic have conceded seven more having played two games fewer.

The improvement from last season is significant as they had conceded eight at this stage.

It's the kind of record that some would say suggests a title win is in the offing but Neil Lennon players’ experience and know-how means nobody at Ibrox will be getting too far ahead of themselves at such an early stage.

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Here are the reasons for this season's defensive dominance.

Control, control, control

Alex Curran in a uniform standing in front of a crowd: Rangers FC via PA Images Rangersâ Manager Steven Gerrard and Michael Beale during the Europa League match at the Stade Maurice Dufrasne, Belgium. © Rangers FC via PA Images Rangers FC via PA Images Rangersâ Manager Steven Gerrard and Michael Beale during the Europa League match at the Stade Maurice Dufrasne, Belgium.

Rangers have a saying at their Auchenhowie training ground, "own the pitch, own the ball" and that mantra has become more of a reality over time. The steady evolution of Rangers into the team that Steven Gerrard aimed to create in the summer of 2018 has been about repetition and slow improvement. More than two years down the line, the same principles that Gerrard set out on arrival are clear to see - but the team is far more adept at implementing them. When he first arrived the aggression shown without the ball was evident but they have now added another crucial element to the mix.

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As new players have come in, they have always been those with both graft and the technical quality to handle the ball in tight situations. The true mark of those who have survived and thrived under the Gerrard regime is the ability to take care of a football in the Scottish football hurley burley. And that has led to a team that now controls the game thought their quality both in and out of possession. Every Rangers player looks drilled for every situation and games rarely become stretched or manipulated outside of their comfort zone. It must be a great comfort to defenders that those in front of them do so much defensive dog work. Rangers are very much a team, whose component parts are stronger when slotted together into a formidable unit.


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Midfield graft

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You don't have to be a tactical expert to see that Rangers’ full-backs are key to their game plan but what is sometimes missed is a feature that is just as pronounced. Whenever Borna Barisic or James Tavernier sets off on one of their lung bursting runs, watch a Glen Kamara or Steven Davis tuck in behind them. It's subtle but it happens on every attack. It's such a key part of the system that people talking about Rangers' back four should really be highlighting the two central defenders and the two defensive midfielders as that core is the stable base that the entire team is build around. This requires an immense workload from these players which is why it's no surprise Bongani Zungu was brought in despite the excellent form of those in situ already. In such a fixture packed season, the Ibrox men will need four top quality operators for the two slots at the base of the midfield.

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Strength in depth

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Niko Katic and George Edmundson are talented lads who have rarely let Rangers down. It seems likely both will have good careers but the arrival of Leon Balogun as a third, finished article centre back has been key to what Rangers are doing this term. It's no surprise Filip Helander and Connor Goldson are suddenly in the form of their life when an over the course, Nigerian international with Bundesliga and Premier League experience arrives on the scene. Goldson has taken time to truly settle into becoming a top class Rangers centre-half and is now living up to his potential as a leader. While Rangers observers have sometimes noted a propensity to throw in the odd bombscare performance once every 15 games or so, Gerrard's faith has never wavered and the Englishman is beginning to pay that off big time. Helander meanwhile, looks every inch a player schooled in Serie A's defensive hothouse and a man who simply loves the defensive dirty work.

Goalkeepers at the ready

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While Wes Foderingham was a good second choice keeper last term there's a sense that it's only now in Jon McLaughlin that Allan McGregor is being tested for his spot on a weekly basis. Either can be counted on to come into the team and while the elder of the two is undoubtedly the better shot-stopper, McLauglin is superb with the ball at his feet and gives a different option if you want to move the ball more quickly from the back. Similarly to the two central defenders, it can't be a coincidence that the veteran keeper came in from the cold and pulled off a barnstorming performance against Willem II. The 38-year-old knew he was under pressure and that won't ease now he's reclaimed his spot. Any mistakes and there will be a decision to make and that will no doubt fuel the fire of the famously competitive veteran.

The REMARKABLE numbers behind Rangers' defensive success which explains their position ahead of Celtic

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Full-backs who can defend - but don't

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It's a hoary old cliche that James Tavernier can't defend - and utter nonsense. The Ibrox captain is powerful, quick and a top one vs one defender when he's called upon and has shown in Europe and against Celtic he can do a diligent job when required. He's actually stronger than Borna Barisic in that regard and it's been interesting to see European sides target the left side at times.

The fact is though, Gerrard doesn't have these guys in the side because they can give you Dave McPherson-esque protection. The days of the central defender type as full-back is very much a relic of the past in elite football and under the Scouser they are expected to be creators. Tavernier's 10 goals and six assists in 18 games are comparable to almost anyone in the game from an attacking point of view and the Englishman is in the form of his life at both ends of the pitch.

Gerrard has achieved MORE as a manger than Lampard, Arteta & Solskjaer .
IAN HERBERT: It's fair to say people worried for Steven Gerrard when he went to manage Rangers. They had been eliminated from the Europa League by Luxembourg's fourth-best sideThe team had just been eliminated from the Europa League by Luxembourg's fourth-best side, Progres Niederkorn, at the time – a humiliation which saw his predecessor, Pedro Caixinha, remonstrating with fans while standing in a bush.

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