You can feel it; that chill in the air, the darkness when you leave for work and darkness on your return home. The constant defrosting of your car in the morning and the taking down of the Christmas tree. There really is not a lot to look forward to in the month of January. Except for the January sales, of course. The thrill of trying to snag the bargain buys that will see you through the year. Well, my friends Dave King, Mark Allan and Steven Gerrard were first in the queue this year: picking up the bargains before anyone else even had a chance to browse through the rack.
On the 17th of July in scorching Skopje Rangers finally made the leap into the second round of the Europa League. It was by no means a classic; a controlled 0-0 draw against the stubborn FK Shkupi who fought hard over a two legged affair but were never clinical or lucky enough to repeat the heroics of Progres Neiderkorn last season. It could perhaps be a defining moment in the post administration Rangers era. After being absent from Europe for so long, they are now up and running again with a knockout tie completed and a second round fixture to look forward to tonight against NK Osijek from Croatia.
In a follow up to PureFitbaw's earlier piece. highlighting Liverpool players new Rangers manager Steven Gerrard could attempt to bring to Ibrox, Scott Rawlings casts the net a little wider and picks out more transfer targets. Let us know at PureFitbaw on Twitter which of these is going to happen, which you would like to happen and who else you would suggest for the Glasgow cl