Rangers manager Mark Warburton has told the club’s official Twitter page that he is not going to change his side’s playing style.
The Gers suffered their first competitive defeat of the season on Tuesday evening, when they went down 3-1 to St Johnstone at Ibrox in the third round of the League Cup.
There have been suggestions that Rangers should adapt their playing style as it did not work against St Johnstone, but Warburton has made it clear that he is not going to make any drastic changes because of one defeat.
"You can only ever learn from mistakes. On Tuesday, 3 were made and we were punished. Training was excellent this morning."— Rangers FC (@RangersFC) September 25, 2015
"Why should we change the way we play based on one result? We won 11 games before Tuesday."— Rangers FC (@RangersFC) September 25, 2015
One cannot help but back Warburton in his stance: there is no need for Rangers to change their playing style.
The Gers play attacking football and always look to score goals, and that is what they should continue to do.
Rangers won 11 games in a row using that approach, and they should be able to return to winning ways this weekend.