Johansson makes Twitter admission about Rangers win against Ross County
Rangers first-team coach Jonatan Johansson has admitted the Gers can do better after they needed two second-half goals to beat a dogged Ross County on Saturday.
County took a 1-0 lead before strikes from Alfredo Morelos and Danny Wilson secured a third consecutive win for the Gers for the first time in a year.
The win restored the Light Blues in second place in the Scottish Premiership and helped close the gap to leaders Celtic to five points.
The Finn believes the Gers can do better but praised Graeme Murty’s side for their “fight and determination” to come back and win.
“Great fight and determination from the whole team!” Johansson posted on his personal Twitter account. “We can do better but another terrific three points!
“Now it’s time to rest up and get ready for Wednesday.”
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Great fight and determination from the whole team! We can do better but another terrific three points! Now it’s time to rest up and get ready for Wednesday! pic.twitter.com/44RTGR7ZAZ
— Jonatan Johansson (@JonatanTintin) December 9, 2017
The 54-time Scottish champions travel to Easter Road on Wednesday night to take on Neil Lennon’s Hibernian as they look to continue their run of wins.
With a hectic schedule over the next three weeks, the Ibrox side will have to be at their very best before rounding out 2017 with a visit to Old Firm rivals Celtic.
Johansson was appointed as first-team coach earlier this year by Pedro Caixinha but remained with the club when Caixinha was sacked on October 26th.
The ex-Rangers striker has been acting as assistant to interim boss Graeme Murty since Caixinha’s sacking as the Gers looked to get their season back on track.
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