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Giovanni van Bronckhorst admits Rangers’ form hasn’t been good enough and insists everyone at the club must take responsibility for recent results.

Wednesday, March 2, 7:00 p.m.

Kick off 7:45 p.m.

The Ibrox side have taken just 13 points from a possible 24 since the Scottish Premiership returned from the winter break.

They trail leaders Celtic by three points after failing to capitalize on their scoreless game at Hibernian on Sunday by giving up a two-goal lead against Motherwell to draw 2-2.

Van Bronckhorst is looking for his players to start turning good performances into wins.

“If you see the form and the results in the league, it’s not good enough,” he said. Sky sports.

“The results are not what we wanted to achieve, but if you look at the way we played, so much dominance and created so many chances, we shouldn’t have lost points in so many games.”

Rangers goalkeeper Allan McGregor has been criticized for his recent performances
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Rangers goalkeeper Allan McGregor has been criticized for his recent performances

Goalkeeper Allan McGregor was criticized for his performance in Sunday’s draw with Motherwell, but the manager refuses to blame him solely.

“There are always mistakes before a goal is scored and it’s always easy to point fingers at which players are to blame,” said the Dutchman.

“I think we should all take responsibility for the result we had on Sunday and make sure we get the result we want at St Johnstone.”

Aaron Ramsey will be missing again when Rangers take on the Perth side at McDiarmid Park on Wednesday night, live on sky sports.

The Wales international, who has managed just 94 minutes since arriving on loan from Juventus, is joined on the list of absentees by fellow January signing Amad Diallo as well as Ryan Jack, Filip Helander and Steven Davis.

Van Bronkhorst hopes the 31-year-old will “join the team very soon” with Helander and Jack in contention for Saturday’s home game against Aberdeen.

Aaron Ramsey in action against Annan Athletic
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Aaron Ramsey remains sidelined for Rangers

The manager is demanding his side be more ruthless in front of goal against St Johnstone as he relishes the busy schedule.

“It’s always good to play a lot of games and I think you have to go to the next game as soon as possible, it’s the same when you win games.

“Every game we face now, I expect a challenge from the opposition. We have to be ready to make sure we get the three points.”




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