for the club, following their demo

for the club, following their demo

Postautor: chenwen121314 » 19 lis 2016, o 12:33

Mark Warburton is delighted to have sealed promotion to the Scottish Premiership, but the Rangers manager insists the job is far from over. Swingman Hakeem Olajuwon Jersey . The Light Blues secured the Championship title with a 1-0 win over Dumbarton on Tuesday, thanks to right-back James Taverniers 13th goal of the season.It ended four years of lower-league football for the club, following their demotion to the Third Division after financial collapse during the 2011-12 season. The result meant that Rangers completed their seasons objective of a top-tier return in Warburtons first year in charge.Speaking exclusively to Sky Sports News HQ, the Rangers boss says that the job is not yet complete, as he looks to make an impact next season. Rangers Andy Halliday celebrates with the fans at full-time after winning the Championship title Promotion was a must - a club like this, a club of this stature has to be back in the top tier. We didnt want to limp over the line, I wanted to do it in style to gain momentum for the start of next season, said the former city trader.Its very, very pleasing to get the job done and we can now move on from here. Its important that we keep the momentum going for next season, because theres no point in thinking thats it, and the job is done.Work [for next season] started a number of weeks ago. Weve had meetings and targets have been highlighted. If we get the recruitment right, then we will be in a good place. Its important that we keep the momentum going for next season, because theres no point in thinking thats it, and the job is done. Mark Warburton, Rangers manager Rangers have already been installed as the bookmakers second-favourites to win the Premiership title next season, behind rivals Celtic who are odds-on.And former Brentford manager Warburton believes meeting those expectations is a must next season.It just sharpens the focus. I was told on my second day here that if we played Barcelona at Ibrox tomorrow, the fans might accept a draw, but would probably accept a win. Thats the expectation of the crowd here - we have to respect it, understand it and appreciate it. The players have to relish that responsibility and focus on the job at hand. If we can have more highs than lows, well be okay.Before Warburton can think of the next campaign, he has to focus on Sundays Petrofac Training Cup final against Peterhead, followed by the Scottish Cup semi-final clash with Celtic. Warburton (left) and former Rangers captain David Weir have led Rangers to Scottish Championship success Its important to enjoy the good moments, but we must remember that we have a very important cup final at a packed Hampden on Sunday.Then weve got a week to prepare for Celtic. So theres no problem of focus for the rest of the season - we just need to make sure we are well prepared - these are two very big games. 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Their pre-season debut did not come in a victory, the Oilers won 3-2 on a late goal from Martin Marincin, but Poirier with one nice goal and nearly a second and Monahan with a gritty night in the face-off circle gave Flames fans a reason to be excited about the future. "Those guys are only going to get better, theyre so young and so fresh, its an exciting team for our team," said veteran Flames defenceman Mark Giordano. Trailing 2-0 headed to the third period, the Flames finally got on the scoreboard when Poirier had a puck carom out to him at the face-off circle and he buried a shot behind Richard Bachman to cut the lead in half at 2:43. With the scored tied 2-2, Poirier nearly put the Flames in front hitting the goal post. "It took one or two shifts to get up to the speed and physicality of the game, for sure," said Poirier, selected 22nd overall with the pick the Flames got from St. Louis in the Jay Bouwmeester trade. "I learned the pace of the game, the speed and the physicality. Its good to see where you stand." Mike Cammalleri, a qualified observer with 606 NHL games and 210 goals on his resume, liked what he saw from Poirier. "I saw him finding pucks out there. He seemed to be in the right spot at the right time and thats not always necessarily lucky. If it happens more often than not, its usually because the player has a knack for that and he showed that kind of hockey sense tonight," Cammalleri said. "He was able to bury a nice goal. He created another chance where he hit a post, showing nice patience to get to the middle and make that play." While Poirier is expected to return to Gatineau, Que., and another year of junior hockey, the situation is less clear with Monahan. Through development camp in the summer, the teams rookie camp and now the first few days of main camp, Monahan has looked very good and the decision on whether he stays with the Flames may not happen until the regular season as he can play up to nine games before his entry level contract kicks in. "I feel fine out there. I think I can fit in well but I think I could have been a lot better today," Monahan said.. But this is the first one, I was a little bit nervous and its a different kind of atmosphere so Im going to get used to that quickly and Im going to learn quickly." A position of need for the Flames is centree as theyve been dreadful in recent years in the face-off dot. James Harden Jersey. Thats an area that Monahan specializes in and he showed it tonight, in particular when he battled head to head with noted face-off specialist Boyd Gordon of the Oilers. "Face-offs are something I take a lot of pride in since I was a young player and its something thats always been stressed in me from my Dad and my Grandpa and its something thats a big part of my game," Monahan said. Giordano liked how Monahan got right in there and competed and wasnt shy. "He has a lot of skill obviously," Giordano said. "Sean impressed me tonight. Hes battling, getting right in there against Gordon whos one of the best in the league. He took a few from him and he wasnt afraid to get in there before the puck was dropped and butts heads with them a little bit, which is nice to see." Now its up to them to build on this first outing. "I always felt when I played in those rookie tournaments, I always felt the first couple games, you felt really, really, really good and after that, it was up to you to sustain that," said Giordano. "The pace is a bit quicker but youve always got that extra camp under your belt. They carried over, they played well and they look like theyre confident players, which is really what you want to see out of your young guys." Edmonton also got goals from Ryan Jones and newcomer David Perron. Cammalleri also scored for Calgary, which beat the Oilers 6-5 in a split-squad shootout later Saturday in Edmonton. The Flames started veteran Joey MacDonald and in his half of work he stopped 10-of-11 shots. Finn Joni Ortio, 22, played the second half and was beaten twice on 10 shots. Jason Labarbera, acquired in the summer to be Devan Dubnyks back-up was perfect on 12 shots faced before giving way to Bachman halfway through the second period. Notes: Calgarys third first-round pick this summer was Morgan Klimchuk but hes out with an abdominal injury ... Throughout the game, special recognition was paid to the thousands of contractors that helped get the Scotiabank Saddledome game-ready after the June flood. Contractors involved in the repairs were given tickets to the game. ... Playing left wing with Sam Gagner and Jordan Eberle was Ryan Hamilton, 28, who has spent the past seven seasons in the AHL with the exception of 12 games he got into for the Maple Leafs the past two years. ... The only fight was between Calgarys Blair Jones and Edmontons Travis Ewanyk. ... Edmonton was 1 for 3 on the power play while Calgary was 0 for 3. Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '
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