The Glasgow Rangers ace suggests one tweak within the Ibrox team could go on to yield silverware.
Glasgow Rangers midfielder Ross McCrorie believes that things are progressing nicely at Ibrox with just one issue that the team needs to work on going into and during next season in order to have a better chance of lifting trophies, as reported by Herald Scotland.
Bears fans have unfortunately had little to shout about in recent years but the 2018-19 campaign saw improvements all across the board as Gers finished second in the Scottish Premiership table and, crucially, beat their bitter Old Firm rivals twice in the league.
With nine draws and six defeats in the league, though, it points to a lack of consistency by Rangers, and McCrorie admits that he and his teammates need to tidy this up throughout the whole team and, with confidence already high, it could hopefully reap some dividends in the form of silverware.
“We still didn’t win anything, we never got a trophy, so the hard work has to always continue," the 21-year-old told Herald Scotland. “The season was really good, the team were confident, especially after some of the games we won last year. We just need to tidy up the consistency. Hopefully we are more consistent throughout the whole team and we can win something.
“There has definitely been progress and the quality of the team has risen so much. The quality of each player in each position has risen, the majority of us are internationals at various levels. We all know what is at stake and at a club like Rangers you need to win trophies. I would say there has definitely been progress and the quality in the team has progressed a lot.”
Early last year, McCrorie penned a new deal at Rangers along with his brother, goalkeeper Robby McCrorie (Daily Record), and in 2018-19, he made 31 appearances in all competitions, including 11 starts in the Scottish Premiership (Transfermarkt), as the Ibrox club finished second in the table.
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