Sport SWPL: Spartans boss 'expected more´ against Glasgow City; Hibs run Rangers close; Hearts well beaten
Set for talks: Rangers firming up interest in "fantastic" monster, GVB will love it - opinion
Rangers are reportedly set to firm up their interest in Hearts centre-back John Souttar.According to the Daily Record, the Gers are set to intensify their interest in Hearts beast John Souttar and are poised to enter talks over a deal to sign him this month.
All three Capital teams lost, but Hibs did take the lead at Auchenhowie before going down 2-1 against league leaders Rangers.
Hearts lost 4-0 at home to Aberdeen, while Boroughmuir Thistle went down 4-1 to runaway leaders Dundee United in SWPL2.
Hayley Lauder's opener, a Lauren Davidson penalty and Kerry Beattie and Priscilla Chinchilla's goals secured City win at Ainslie Park.
McCulloch said: “It wasn’t one of our best performances unfortunately. I expected more from the players, individually and collectively.”
Hibs were 1-0 up at the break at Rangers after Michaela McAlonie got a touch to divert Amy Muir’s superb cross into the net.
But former Hibs forward Lizzie Arnott levelled with a penalty and Jane Ross curled home the winner.
Rangers transfers: Six Ianis Hagi replacement options for Giovanni van Bronckhorst .
Ianis Hagi’s knee injury and subsequent surgery has ruled the Romanian midfielder out for the season – and left a glaring hole in Rangers’ first-team squad. © Injury to Ianis Hagi (left) has left Giovanni van Bronckhorst with a need in his first-team squad. Giovanni van Bronckhorst rued the misfortune, suffered against Stirling Albion, but did admit Rangers would be delving back into the transfer market before the window closes at the end of this month.One area for strengthening now, if not already, is in Hagi’s creative midfield role on the right side of Rangers’ attack.