Rangers boss Mark Warburton identifies key difficulty of managing in the Scottish Championship

Rangers have made the perfect start to the season under the guidance of their new manager.

Rangers manager Mark Warburton has highlighted a key difficulty of managing in the Scottish Championship, in his pre-match press conference on Rangers TV.

The former Brentford boss was asked for his take on Saturday’s opponents Dumbarton, but cited the lack of available footage on his Championship rivals as a hindrance to match preparation.

“What’s difficult in the Scottish Championship is the lack of footage sometimes, in terms of quality footage, and that’s a big difference for us," he said.

“It’s something we’ll have to look at going forward to make sure we have more access to better quality footage but again they’re at home, they’re scrapping and there are no easy games.”

Warburton’s lack of access to footage on his opponents doesn’t appear to have had too much of a detrimental effect, with Rangers enjoying a 100% start to the season after 10 games.

The Gers go to the Dumbarton Football Stadium hoping to make it seven on the bounce in the league and continue the fine form that has seen them net 22 times and concede just the three.

The Sons currently sit in seventh place after two wins, a draw and three defeats in their first six outings and Warburton’s buoyant side will fully expect to maintain their impressive early season form.

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