Premiership boss: Rangers are weak and we must take advantage of that
By Harvey Byrne
Inverness boss Richie Foran has shared that he believes “a few of the Rangers players’ heads will be all over the place” and that his side must take advantage of that.
Foran and his team are currently preparing to welcome the Scottish giants to the Caledonian Stadium for a Friday evening Premiership clash.
Both sides will be desperate for a victory with Inverness sat at the bottom of the table, while Rangers have failed to win any of their last three league matches and have dropped down to third.
The Gers are currently led by Graeme Murty who is in temporary charge following Mark Warburton’s departure earlier in the month and Foran believes now is the right time to face Rangers.
“There’s a bit of confusion in their club. Has the manager left, has he been sacked? They don’t know,” told Foran, as quoted by the Sun.
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“A few of the players’ heads will probably be all over the place and we’ve got to take advantage, it’s as simple as that.
“You’ve got to spot the weakness, spot the players feeling fragile and get at them.
“We must get into their faces and work harder than them.
“And then, when we get the ball, we must make things happen.
“We must keep the ball, we must play and we must pass it.
“We’ve passed it well against them in the past and it seems to have worked for us if we can keep the ball on the deck.
“Some of them will come out fighting, some will be hiding. I’m hoping a few will be feeling a bit fragile.
“We spoke at Hearts about turning the crowd against them to benefit us. It will be the same against Rangers here at home.
“We’re excited about Friday night. As I say, there’s a bit of confusion at the moment with Rangers and hopefully we can take advantage of that.”
Rangers have already met Inverness twice in the league this season, bringing a return of six points for the Scottish giants with two 1-0 victories.
They will certainly be hoping for the same outcome again on Friday as they look to end their recent dark spell.
The season is still not over for the Ibrox giants and there is still just six points between them and second placed Aberdeen, but it is felt that they need to start acting now before they fall too far behind.
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