Rangers fans will not be comfortable after Beale admission

Rangers fans will not be comfortable after Beale admission

Rangers do not look like the “finished article” and the newly formed squad still needs to gel before getting results, according to Dean Jones.

As reported by GIVEMESPORT (8 August), the former Eurosport journalist claimed that while some of the Gers’ new summer recruits are “promising”, Michael Beale needs to find a system to make the players “come together”.

Jones has tipped Rangers’ upcoming Champions League qualification clash to be a big moment in the season but remains unconvinced.

Speaking to GIVEMESPORT, Jones said: “This team doesn’t feel like the finished article, and some of that might be that the parts need to come together and gel.

“There has been some promising business, like Cifuentes, Danilo and Dessers, but if they are going to thrive, they need to find a system that allows that to happen.

“Maybe the Servette game will be a springboard for better times, and we have to be cautious about the fact these are very early days in the season, so the big summer recruitment plan could still pay off.

“Beale has spoken of teething problems, and maybe it’s just a case of letting things settle and trusting the process. But I understand that some fans will not feel comfortable doing that.”

While it is still early days in Rangers’ season, there are still question marks regarding the quality of this rebuild.

With the likes of Abdallah Sima, Cyriel Dessers, Jose Cifuentes and Sam Lammers joining the club, fans must have expected Beale to take a little time to get the new players bedded into the squad.

However, not many expected such a disappointing opening day result when the Gers lost 1-0 to Kilmarnock. The three points in between Rangers and Celtic now could prove important come the end of the season and Beale’s side are already playing catch up against their biggest rivals.

However, leagues are marathons, not sprints. Rangers will hope to beat Celtic at every opportunity if they want to win the title for just the second time in 13 years.

But if they want this to happen, the new recruits will need to gel. Fans could do with a big home win against Servette on Wednesday (9 August) if Beale wants to help them get back on his side.

For now, the boss has a lot of work to do to keep Rangers fighting on all fronts.

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