Glenn Middleton urges Rangers teammates to improve away form



Glenn Middleton believes that Rangers will have to improve their away form if they want to challenge for the title this season.

The Scottish giants have been fantastic at Ibrox so far but they have struggled on the road. Middleton claims that the players are working very hard and the improvement will come.

The Rangers winger has urged his teammates to show that they are capable of dominating teams away from home as well. He also added that everything will fall into place once Rangers get that one win where everything clicks for them.

Middleton said: “We have shown we can do it at home and now we need to show we can do it away from home. We will have one game where everything will just click and we will take it from there. I don’t think it’s anything to be worried about. We are working as hard as we can every single week. When we are playing at home, teams are intimidated to come to Ibrox now. We have made it a bit of a fortress for teams to come to. When we come out of the tunnel and we hear the fans are all up for it then it gets us up for it as well. It gives us that bit more of an edge to perform. All it takes is one game away from home and it’ll all click. It will all kick on from there and we will start winning and it will be back to normal.”

Steven Gerrard’s men have impressed this season and it would be amazing if they manage to challenge for the title. Few would have expected them to do so at the start of the season.

It will be interesting to see if the Ibrox giants can lift their performances on the road in the upcoming months.

The quality is there for everyone to see and Rangers just need to add some consistency to their performance now.

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