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Rangers Football Club - the Kolatowicz era!!

Started on 22 April 2013 by MarkKolatowicz
Latest Reply on 22 May 2013 by FCPrince
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MarkKolatowicz's avatar Group MarkKolatowicz
7 yearsEdited

Glasgow Rangers have today announced that they and Alistair McCoist have now parted ways and they are currently under going a search for his replacement, it is believed that an argument involving McCoist and Charles Green has led to his departure although no exact details have been confirmed.


Rangers Football Club
The Facts

Name: Rangers Football Club
Nickname(s): The Gers, The Light Blues, The Teddy Bears
Founded: 1872
Ground: Ibrox Stadium
Training Ground: Murray Park

Scottish League Championships: 54
Scottish Cups: 33
League Cups: 27
Drybrough Cup: 1 (1979)
UEFA Cup Winners Cup: 1 (1972)
Good luck Mark, I know that this will be a good one :)
Good luck with this Mark! Great to see you back at Rangers!
2013-04-22 18:27#94022 Justice96 : Good luck Mark, I know that this will be a good one :)

Thanks Justice, ive went back to my team :D first team i went on 13 :D
2013-04-22 18:29#94025 Blue : Good luck with this Mark! Great to see you back at Rangers!

Thanks Blue, i feel alot more confident this time, after playing other teams around the leagues :D

Rangers Announce Rookie Appointment

Rangers have today announced the appointment of rookie manager Mark Kolatowicz, after seeing of the likes of former manager Alex McLeish, Former player Gordon Durie. Kolatowicz has stated that he is absolutely delighted to be hired and that it was a dream come true.

"I have alot of visions about the future for this club, i see many forms of silverware coming our way, we will back in the SPL in my 4th season and we will win that aswell, my main aim is to turn Rangers into a top european force"

"i dont have any transfer targets in mind as i feel we have a strong team already, we have many young players that i will be looking to tie down on long term contracts and we will work on tactics based around these young players so that when we make the step up in class we will be a force not to reckoned with"
Nice update Mark :)
MarkKolatowicz's avatar Group MarkKolatowicz
7 yearsEdited

Securing The Future

New Rangers manager Mark Kolatowicz has today announced that 14 of his youngtters have all agreed new deals after hearing what Kolatowicz had to say about them becoming the backbone of the team.

The Youngsters

Barrie McKay
Darren Ramsay
Fraser Aird
Scott Gallacher
Chris Hegarty
Darren Cole
Robbie Crawford
Ross Perry
Andy Little
Sebastien Faure
Lucas Gasparotto
Kal Naismith
Kyle Hutton
Lewis MacLeod

Great start. I will surely be following this Mark :)
Good Luck!

Getting To Know The Squad

After meeting with my assistant manager, we decided it woould be a good idea for us to set up a bounce game between out first team and our reserves to get a good idea of each sqaud. This is a brilliant way to get my tactics across the table and let the players get a feel off what i want from them before we head into our pre season time-table.

The Tactics


3-4-3 (Diamond)

4-2-3-1 (Asymmetric)

please not that these are not the correct line ups

Rangers 8 - 1 Rangers Reserves

Wednesday 4th July 2012

Match Facts

27 Shots 08
13 On Target 02
03 Fouls 03
00 Yellow 00
00 Red 00
58% Possesion 42%


Ross Perry (1)
Andy Little (24,31)
Alan Smith Own Goal (28)
Dean Shiels (45+2,77)
Ian Black (46)
Barrie McKay (56)

Tadek Bryson (48)

Nice update Mark, I had a Rangers save but it got a little boring cause I kept having to play Celtic (drew them in every cup) so I decided to write a story on here :D
Nice tactics. The third one is intresting!

Suárez Heads For Ibrox

Manchester City youngster Denis Suárez has decided to join Rangers on a two year loan deal where he will rejoin City in 2014. The young spanish player is only 18 and is Kolatowiczs first signing since taking over as manager.

"Weve looked at alot of players over the last week and Suárez really stood out and it helped that City were more than willing to loan the player rather than sell, appealed to us aswell, we arent in a great financial situation at the moment, we will however be looking for 1 or 2 more loanee signings"

Suárez will be paid in full by Manchester City for the duration of his loan.
Nice signing, hopefully he will have the hunger of his namesake! :P
2013-04-23 19:31#94204 Justice96 : Nice signing, hopefully he will have the hunger of his namesake! :P

he would probably recieve a 'Glasgow Kiss' if he attempted that ;p

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