By Mike Slater

22nd Nov, 2021 | 3:41pm

Giovanni van Bronckhorst unhappy with Rangers squad promises changes

Giovanni van Bronckhorst has broken his silence on Rangers 3-1 defeat against Hibernian on Sunday afternoon.

The Dutchman admitted he wasn’t happy watching on at Hampden Park, sharing that he will address that in training tomorrow.

Another promise made was that changes will be made by him and his coaching staff that have been confirmed today.

Speaking in his first meeting with the media today, van Bronckhorst shared that he will be putting changes in place from tomorrow.

“Not happy with the result yesterday,” he said.

“I can see some things that I want to change, what we have to better at. As my first meeting will be with the players tomorrow, it’s better to tell them first.

“Look them in their eyes, and make sure from tomorrow on we do everything to be successful with this club and that’s my goal.”


This is exactly what is needed at Ibrox.

If yesterday proved anything, it is that these players have become comfortable, and that can never happen if you want success.

Players such as Conor Goldson coming out and slamming individual errors of other players when he has made as many, if not more as them sums it up.

These types of attitudes need to be eradicated, and hopefully, Van Bronckhorst can do that as soon as possible.

With a huge game ahead on Thursday against Sparta Prague, there is little time to enforce these changes, but we hope that progress can be seen on Thursday, it is certainly needed.

In other Rangers news, an official club partner has fired back at Tom English after his latest bitter jibe at the Bears