Rangers boss Mark Warburton admits delight at unity in playing squad

Rangers have started this season in excellent form.

Speaking to the Daily Record, Mark Warburton has admitted that the unity and harmony he has seen from his Rangers squad has been one of the highlights of his season so far.

“Don’t forget we had 11 players leave and five loans with 11 new ones coming in including young ones,” the Gers’ boss said. “When you have that sort of activity around the squad, sometimes it’s hard for them to get it right at the start. The unity and harmony within the group has been really pleasing.”

Despite spending much of the summer completely changing their squad around, Rangers have started this campaign in exceptional form.

10 wins in 10 games see the Gers well set for promotion, despite only being in the early weeks of the season, and they do not look like they are playing with a selection of players who only met over the summer.

The team ethic is exceptional, and a mixture of experience and youth, as well as permanent signings and loan players, has somehow worked to create a perfect team.

This unity is what has pleased Warburton since he was appointed manager at Ibrox, and he should take much praise for playing a key role in this amazing turnaround.

As a manager, he is regarded for his ability to get a team playing above the sum of their collective parts, and has shown he is capable of doing this with Rangers. They are also playing his enjoyable brand of energetic and attacking football, and it appears as if the Scottish giants are well set to return to the top division in time for next season.

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