"Interim Dundee United boss Liam Fox: "I couldn't have asked for any more from the players in terms of attitude and application and there was some good stuff there, but we lost the game, so my overriding feeling is of disappointment. "You always fear the worst going 2-0 down at a place like this but the players stood up, showed character, and we pushed right to the end. "'Big improvements needed for Rangers' Rangers' Antonio Colak celebrates scoring to make it 2-0 Former Rangers striker Kris Boyd on Soccer Saturday:"At this stage they [do look a million miles away from the title]. Celtic look much slicker.
We need to learn to kill games earlier. That's something we need to do better. That cost us at times last season. "It's good to go into the international break with a win, now we can give players a bit of a rest to recharge for a demanding and tough run of games. "It was good to give Leon (King) and Charlie (McCann) minutes. I think they both deserved it and I'm happy with the way they contributed.
Dundee United statement on minute's silence at Ibrox: "Dundee United are aware of the actions of a small section of the crowd who chose to not respect the minute's silence before this afternoon's match at Ibrox. "As a club, ahead of the game we reached out to advise our supporters of the pre-match arrangements with the expectation that the minute silence would be observed. " Rangers pounded the United defence from the kick-off and Ryan Kent and Scott Arfield missed chances before Colak, who was celebrating his 29th birthday, struck. Skipper James Tavernier drove forward after robbing Ian Harkes and picked out the striker, who took a touch into the penalty area before driving low past United keeper Carljohan Eriksson for his eighth goal of the season. The expected onslaught failed to materialise. Andy Murray was in attendance at Ibrox to watch Rangers vs Dundee United United came back into the game but Arfield passed up another opportunity when played in by Ryan Jack, missing the target with his drive from 16 yards.
Back came the Tannadice side again to the exasperation of the home fans and McGregor used his foot to stop Middleton's right-footed drive. There was a United penalty claim early in the second half when attacker Tony Watt went down under pressure from Gers left-back Borna Barisic but referee Kevin Clancy took no action.
Van Bronckhorst took action and Arfield and Jack were replaced by Scott Wright and Malik Tillman in the 69th minute and, as the play stretched, Eriksson made saves from both newcomers but it was Rangers who were glad to hear the final whistle. What the managers said…Rangers manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst: "It's a big win after the difficult weeks we've had. The result today was the most important thing. "It should have been more comfortable. We started really well and got the early goal.
"Rangers, for whatever reason, they get ahead early doors, and you'd expect at Ibrox, with the crowd behind them, that you'd kick on and go and smash Dundee United, but it wasn't to be. "All credit to Dundee United for that and they had a few late chances as well. "For Rangers at this moment in time, it's a victory, that's what they needed, but big, big improvements are needed. "Colak: 'Celebration a message for fans who booed during minute's silence'Antonio Colak revealed his 'shut up' gesture to the Dundee United fans after scoring the first of his double in Rangers' 2-1 win at Ibrox was a response to their disrupting of the minute's silence in memory of the Queen. Colak said: "We were silent at the start of the game because we know why.
Barisic was then involved in the second Gers goal, his cross from the left knocked in at the near post by Colak. However, moments after Sadat Anaku replaced Middleton, the United substitute was involved in the build-up to their goal with Jamie McGrath playing in Smith, whose low drive came off McGregor and flew high into the net. Dundee United's Liam Smith (R) celebrates pulling a goal back Anxiety gripped Ibrox tight and groans were never far away as fans recalled the ease in which Celtic won 9-0 at Tannadice last month.
Liam Smith pulled a goal back for the visitors in the 59th minute, creating a nervy end to the game for Rangers, but Van Bronckhorst's side held on for a much-needed victory. The win sees Rangers cut the gap to leaders Celtic to two points ahead of Ange Postecoglu's side's game against St Mirren, which is live on Sky Sports on Sunday (kick-off 12pm). Meanwhile, Dundee United, despite a spirited showing at Ibrox, stay bottom and without a win so far this season. How the teams lined up | Match statsScottish Premiership table | Results | FixturesGet Sky Sports | Download the Sky Sports AppHow Rangers got back to winning ways...
Despite an improved Gers performance against Napoli in midweek, the 3-0 defeat in the Champions League at Ibrox meant 11 goals conceded and none scored in three games, thus anything other than a victory against the Taysiders was unthinkable. Before the game some Dundee United fans disrupted the minute's silence in memory of the Queen which led to some rancour. Boos and some chanting could be heard emanating from the corner of the stadium which housed several hundred Terrors supporters.
Scottish Express Sport has all the details of the game: When and where will Rangers vs Dundee United take place? The game takes place at Ibrox on Saturday, September 17 with an 3pm kick-off time. What channel is Rangers vs Dundee United? The match has not been chosen by Sky Sports for live coverage. However, match highlights will be available on BBC Scotland’s Sportscene from 7. 15pm Will there be a live stream of Rangers vs Dundee United? SPFL clubs are no longer allowed to sell non-televised games as a pay-per-view option after a temporary agreement with Sky Sports. However, RangersTV will be broadcasting the game live for fans outside of the UK and Ireland.
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Rangers vs Dundee United TV, live stream, team news and kick-off timeRangers suffered their third straight defeat without scoring after losing 3-0 at home to Napoli in the Champions League on Wednesday and yet, there seems to be a sense of some hope restored at Ibrox. Giovanni Van Bronckhorst’s outfit were holding their own against the Italian side until a second half sending-off for James Sands and Luciano Spaletti’s men went on to complete a comfortable win. The Light Blues face an out-of-sorts Dundee United at Ibrox this afternoon and will be targeting this as a must-win encounter as they look to put a dent in Celtic’s lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership table. A minute’s silence will be held before a rendition of the national anthem prior to kick-off to honour the Queen after she passed away last week.
Image: Rangers' Antonio Colak celebrates making it 1-0 United, once again under the charge of caretaker boss Liam Fox, are still seeking a first league win of the season but will take encouragement from aspects of their play. Team news Allan McGregor remained in goal with Jon McLaughlin still injured but Colak took over from Alfredo Morelos, with 18-year-old Leon King in for James Sands and 20-year-old midfielder Charlie McCann making his first league start. Veteran striker Steven Fletcher was absent from the visitors' squad with a thigh complaint, replaced by former Gers winger Glenn Middleton.
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Rangers vs Dundee United: Live stream, TV channel & kick-off timeRangers vs Dundee United: Live stream, TV channel & kick-off time (Image: SNS) RANGERS will be aiming to get back to winning ways this weekend. Giovanni van Bronckhorst will want to see his side stop their recent rot when they face Dundee United in their next fixture.
Rangers vs Dundee United: Live stream, TV - Yahoo Life UK Rangers vs Dundee United: Live stream, TV channel & kick-off time RANGERS will be aiming to get back to winning ways this weekend.
What's the latest Rangers vs Dundee United team news? Rangers have no fresh injury concerns ahead of Saturday’s clash. Allan McGregor, who saved two penalties against Napoli, could retain his place in goal ahead of Jon McLaughlin while James Sands and Connor Goldson are expected to line-up in the middle of defence. Interim Dundee United boss Liam Fox should also have the same players available that earned a hard-earned point against Motherwell earlier this month. Who is the referee? Kevin Clancy has been appointed to take charge at Ibrox and he will be assisted by Alastair Mather and Graham McNellie.
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