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RANGERS boss Giovanni van Bronckhorst admits the injury crisis at Ibrox could force him to buy massively in January.

The Light Blues do not have ten first-team players, some of them are out long-term.

Van Bronckhorst has come out of disappointment more than once this season.


Van Bronckhorst has come out of disappointment more than once this season.Credit: Reuters

Van Bronckhorst knows that it will be difficult to win the title without new faces.

He said: “Of course you always want to add players in January if possible, if necessary.

“We have a lot of injured players. We have to see which players are back in January.

“In every window you don’t want to lose players first.

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“The beginning and the end are important because you want to come to the end of the window stronger than when you entered.

“This means that you have to be prepared for possible departures or additions of players to become stronger as a team. Nothing will be different in this window.

“I don’t know how much right now. We still have two months to prepare.

“In the second part of December, we will know who we will return or if we have to wait.

“Then we can decide and determine the positions that we may need to strengthen.

“Already before this season we had some injuries, with Ianis Hagi, Filip Helander and John Souttar. They are players who haven’t been able to play much.

“We also have Tom Lawrence, Connor Goldson and now Ben Davies in recent months.

“It’s not good for us as coaches if you miss a lot of players.”
Van Bronckhorst knows he cannot afford to make the same signing mistakes as 12 months ago.

Aaron Ramsey and Amad Diallo arrived to great fanfare, but both turned out to be huge disappointments.

Van Bronckhorst said: “Aaron has been very positive with his experience in the games he has played and his impact in the dressing room. He ended up having injuries.

“Diallo did not have the desired effect.

“When you sign players, you sign them to have a positive effect and then you just have to wait and see if that’s the case.”

The Gers travel to McDiarmid Park today to take on St Johnston hoping to get another Euro Championship defeat out of their system.

But after losing in the Champions League this season, they have won every Premiership game and Van Bronckhorst hopes that record continues.

He said: “It’s not the easiest thing to bounce back from a loss.

“If you win, everything is positive and you feel it physically.

“When you lose, it’s hard and you have to come back.

“Other times when we’ve had negative results in Europe, we’ve bounced back the next week in the league.

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“We have to do the same this time.

“It’s the last week before the break and we have to get nine points.”

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