We’re delighted to welcome Rhiannon from the Rhiannon’s Rangers Rundown podcast, as our exclusive Rangers Women’s expert. Each week she’ll be giving her views on the biggest talking points at Auchenhowie.
Rangers Women enjoyed a strong start to their season that saw them sitting top of the league before the campaign was halted due to the pandemic.
The men’s team have already done their job and wrestled the Scottish Premiership title away from Celtic and secured a historic 55th league title win.
The Scottish Women’s Premier League has been dominated by Glasgow City in recent times with them winning 13 straight titles up until the 2019/20 season which was declared null and void.
Ibrox News’ Rangers Women’s football expert Rhiannon has rated our chances of winning another league this season and ending Glasgow City’s stranglehold on the division.
“As it stands, Rangers are top of the league on goal difference. We’ve only lost to that lot across the road, we had really good chances against them but we couldn’t put them away.
“We are realistically in with a really good shout, especially if we continue to win in the fashion we did against Motherwell and Glasgow City.
“That mob and Glasgow City are really our only challengers currently.
“The top three have all beaten each other once, so they will definitely be games Rangers will have to win.
“Hibs will always be there or thereabouts. Rangers have had a win against them already this season but they also lost to Hearts, who unfortunately don’t get the funding they should do.”
If both the men and women’s team pick up league titles it will enhance the reputation of the club even further as we can truly say we dominate Scottish football.
Rangers have never won the SWPL and have only finished as runners up once so you could argue this title would be even more historic than the men’s 55.
What’s more impressive, a 55th title or a first?
Either way, we could see both of our sides win titles after a period of dominance by a close rival, wouldn’t that be brilliant.
Bring on Hearts on April 4.