Rangers will be desperate to enjoy a rich vein of form after the international break after suffering their first defeat in Europe recently against Spartak Moscow.
The Bluenoses are in a promising position to kick on and challenge for silverware in Europe and are still in with a chance of challenging for the Scottish Premiership title, so things are definitely looking up.
However, things haven’t all been positive for the club in the past year or so, with problems off the field halting their progress at times and really causing them trouble. Indeed, Dave King hasn’t always made the best of decisions, with transfer and managerial problems resulting in a number of issues.
With that in mind, it’s obvious that Dave King has made these TWO mistakes…
UMAR SADIQ SIGNING
Umar Sadiq is proving to be one of the worst pieces of transfer business that the club has ever completed, with a countless amount of disappointing performances already under his belt this season.
Indeed, Steven Gerrard has questioned the striker’s commitment on a number of occasions and doesn’t believe that he is working hard enough, which has caused major problems as he was originally drafted in to try and help lighten the load on Alfredo Morelos’ shoulders.
But, with the Nigerian still yet to find the back of the net in the famous blue shirt, it’s about time Dave King had a longer look at bringing in a forward.
GRAEME MURTY HANDLING
Rangers were heading into their all-important Scottish Cup semi-final match against Celtic back in February of this year with silverware in mind, but Dave King shattered their chances by casting doubt over the future of Graeme Murty just days before the crucial fixture.
This clearly had a negative affect on proceedings as the Bluenoses ended up being thrashed 4-0 by their bitter rivals at Hampden Park, which caused a lot of controversy among the players.
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