Mark Warburton explains what Rangers discussed in 'small inquest' despite Ibrox victory

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Mark Warburton admitted that Rangers conducted a 'small inquest' despite their 3-0 win over Livingston today.

Rangers manager Mark Warburton has told the club's official website that his players held a 'small inquest' even after the club's 3-0 victory over Livingston.

Warburton made it ten wins from ten competitive games earlier today, with goals from Lee Wallace, Martyn Waghorn and Nicky Law handing Rangers a convincing win over Livingston.

Rangers remain top of the Scottish Championship with 18 points from six games, but manager Warburton was far from happy with his side's display.

Speaking to the club's official website, Warburton admitted that Rangers simply weren't up to their usual high standards against Livingston - and then made a shock revelation.

Warburton revealed that his Rangers side conducted a 'small inquest after the final whistle, and said that his players spoke about the way they should be playing as opposed to how they played against Livingston.

"As a group we are unhappy today, we had a small inquest in there, which is great about this group of players, that we have had a small inquest after winning 3-0 at home," said Warburton. "We fell way below our standards in terms of looking after the ball, playing fast and making good decisions.

"We spoke about out standards, what we do well, how we move the ball, how we take care of possession and how we take chances. We should be patient in possession and we weren’t today, we gave it away too many times and we were too sloppy," he added.

To win 3-0 and still be unhappy with the performances speaks volumes of how impressive Warburton and Rangers have been this season, but they also can't afford to rest on their laurels.

The fantastic start has put Rangers in a great position to win the Scottish Premiership title, but they must keep their standards high throughout the whole season if they are to win promotion.

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