Rangers ace Faure is bamboozled by board berating

SEBASTIEN FAURE has insisted the off-field unrest at Rangers will not damage the team's winning run.

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Sebastian Faure has been a hit since replacing Ricky Foster
Sebastian Faure has been a hit since replacing Ricky Foster

Faure has performed well for Ally McCoist's side since replacing the injured Ricky Foster at right-back last month.

The French defender has helped the Ibrox club win every competitive game they have been involved in.

And the 22-year-old is confident the Gers can keep their hot streak going despite the protests in the stands.

He said: "I don't fully understand what is going on. The squad just focus on football and for us it is all about win, win, win.

"That is 20 games in a row now. We had another good performance against Ayr on Saturday.

"There is always pressure to keep it going, but we want to win every game. We don't want to lose or draw any matches this season.

"It is possible we can remain unbeaten. This team has a good attitude. We don't think it is easy for us to win every week.

"I think if the players can maintain this approach then we can win a lot of games.

"It would be a big achievement if we could go the season unbeaten like Arsenal did. But there is a long way to go."


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