Rangers forward Greg Stewart has declared himself ready to step in when his side begin their festive schedule without Alfredo Morelos.
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Rangers forward Greg Stewart has welcomed the Europa League last-32 draw as an “excellent” outcome after his side were paired with Braga.
Scotland manager Steve Clarke names his third squad on Tuesday and has a major task to find a goal threat for upcoming Euro 2020 qualifiers against Russia and San Marino.
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard was delighted with his team’s fluid attacking display as they enjoyed an emphatic improvement against Aberdeen.
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard hailed his players for carrying out the game plan in style against Aberdeen and not getting distracted by Celtic’s slip-up.
Greg Stewart scored his first Rangers goal as his team moved one point behind Ladbrokes Premiership leaders Celtic with a 5-0 thrashing of Aberdeen.
Greg Stewart claims Rangers are out to right some wrongs this season by ending Celtic’s domination of Scottish football.
Boyhood Rangers fan Greg Stewart says he is living the dream after sampling his first week as an Ibrox player.
Greg Stewart has completed his move to Rangers after signing a two-year contract.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes was full of praise for Graeme Shinnie after the departing captain put himself forward for selection against Hearts despite not being fully fit.
Derek McInnes had few complaints about Aberdeen’s disciplinary charge – but is concerned bigger clubs are penalised because of their profile.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes hailed the performance of Greg Stewart after the forward got off the mark in his second Dons spell during a 4-1 William Hill Scottish Cup win over Stenhousemuir.
Ruaridh Donaldson’s bizarre own goal killed off Stenhousemuir’s comeback hopes as Aberdeen progressed to the fifth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup with a 4-1 win at Ochilview.
Greg Stewart felt he had unfinished business at Aberdeen and is determined to improve on his first Pittodrie spell.
Lewis Ferguson hopes the arrival of Greg Stewart at Aberdeen does not mean less game time for him.
Gary Dicker believes Kilmarnock’s victory over Rangers shows Steve Clarke’s outfit are no one-man team.
Derek McInnes insists it was Greg Stewart’s decision to return to Aberdeen as he hit back at Kilmarnock boss Steve Clarke’s gripes of alleged underhand dealings.
Kilmarnock boss Steve Clarke expressed his dismay over Greg Stewart’s loan move to Aberdeen following his side’s William Hill Scottish Cup fourth-round win over Forfar.
Aberdeen have scooped Kilmarnock to the loan signing of Birmingham striker Greg Stewart.
Kilmarnock are not giving up hope that Greg Stewart will be back at Rugby Park this season despite Birmingham’s shock decision to recall the frontman.