Glasgow Rangers’ Manager Michael Beale Demands More from Players
Glasgow Rangers’ manager, Michael Beale, expressed dissatisfaction with the performance of Nigerian forward Cyriel Dessers and his teammates, despite securing a 1-0 league victory against Motherwell in the Scottish Premier League at Ibrox stadium.
The win marked Rangers’ fourth league victory of the season, but Beale was keen on emphasizing the need for improvement.
Cyriel Dessers Helps Secure Slim Victory
Cyriel Dessers played a crucial role in Rangers’ narrow win, netting a first-half goal that ultimately secured the three points.
However, the team struggled to extend their lead throughout the game, which left Beale seeking more from his players and coaching staff.
Beale’s Post-Game Remarks
In a post-game interview, Michael Beale discussed the match and his expectations for the team.
He commended the well-executed goal, highlighting the positive combination play that led to it.
However, he also made it clear that he did not find satisfaction in the slim victory and demanded better performances from both players and coaching staff.
Continued Expectations and Upcoming Matches
Beale emphasized the importance of the next game, acknowledging the opportunity for improvement for everyone involved.
He expressed his desire for more from the group of players and his coaching staff, indicating that the win against Motherwell fell short of his expectations.
Cyriel Dessers and Rangers’ Upcoming Challenge
Cyriel Dessers, who has contributed three goals for Rangers this season, is expected to be in action when Livingston visits Ibrox Stadium for the Scottish League Cup Quarter-final on Wednesday, September 27, at 8 p.m.
Beale and his players are determined to respond and deliver a better performance following the challenging victory over Motherwell.