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Philippe Clement reveals who he immediately met with upon arriving to Ibrox in order to put out the Rangers’ “fire.”

James Tavernier urges fans to get behind Rangers under new boss Philippe  Clement | beIN SPORTS

During his pre-game press conference on Wednesday, March 13, the manager of the Gers stated that having experienced players on the field is essential in a noisy environment.

James Tavernier urges fans to get behind Rangers under new boss Philippe  Clement | beIN SPORTS

The 32-year-old right-back is “crucial” to the Light Blues’ lineup, he continued, as they get ready to play Benfica on Thursday, March 14, in hopes of advancing to the Europa League quarterfinals.
James Tavernier’s guidance is essential to the Rangers
It is impossible to overstate Tavernier’s leadership and skill on the ball when it comes to the Rangers team.
Clement’s decision to speak with the Gers captain as soon as he arrived at the club to find out what had been going on behind the scenes is a sign of strong management.

After putting up some outstanding stats this season once again, the Englishman is thriving under the Belgian’s tutelage, demonstrating the evident great working chemistry between the two.

They will be looking to make a significant advance against Benfica, as a victory against the Portuguese champions would secure a spot in the Europa League quarterfinals and demonstrate just how far the Light Blues have come in such a short period of time.

Rangers transfer news: Philippe Clement confirms Alex Lowry exit plan after Hearts loan cancelled

The Light Blues manager stated during his press conference on January 23 that the winger’s “clear plan” is to play on loan this season, and the team is now determining the best place for him to do so.

Ironically, he hasn’t been heard from since, which has infuriated the former Rangers player. His Aberdeen team is presently sitting ninth in the league, only three points above the relegation zone.

Boyd revealed in a March 15 editorial for the Scottish Sun that the “advanced stage” of the search for a new manager wasn’t as “advanced” as the team had informed supporters when Neil Warnock left last weekend.


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