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Rangers: Steven Gerrard and James Tavernier win PFA Scotland awards

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has been named the PFA Scotland manager of the year after completing an unbeaten Scottish Premiership campaign. The Ibrox boss received the most votes from players across the four SPFL divisions. St Johnstone's Callum Davidson, Livingston's David Martindale and Raith Rovers' John McGlynn were also nominated.
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James Tavernier ready to collect trophy as Rangers host Aberdeen

James Tavernier will lead out Rangers for the final time this season as the Ibrox skipper prepares to receive the Premiership trophy following Saturday’s clash with Aberdeen. But fellow full-back Borna Barisic is destined to miss out on the fixture after failing to shake off his thigh strain. Scott Arfield...
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James Tavernier tweet leaves Celtic supporters in state of total cringe

Rangers’ Captain Cringe James Tavernier has left Celtic supporters wondering what on earth they just watched last night. The right-back published a video on his Twitter page that was totally bizarre in nature. The clip showed Rangers players standing about in random areas typing into a group chat labelled “Rangers Champion55”.
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James Tavernier out to avoid ‘hiccups’ as Rangers bid to seal unbeaten season

James Tavernier insists Rangers are determined not to spoil Saturday’s title party by tripping up on Livingston’s plastic pitch. The Ibrox faithful have waited a decade to see their team get their hands on Premiership silverware and Tavernier will be the man who steps up to hoist aloft that longed for trophy after this weekend’s final-day clash with Aberdeen.
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Old Firm derby ‘perfect’ match for Rangers to return to winning ways, says Gers skipper James Tavernier

James Tavernier could not think of a better game than Sunday’s Old Firm clash to wash away the pain of Rangers’ Scottish Cup heartbreak. The Ibrox captain thought he had kept the Light Blues’ double dreams alive in last week’s quarter-final thriller with St Johnstone when he popped up four minutes from the end of extra time to head home his 18th goal of the season.
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Rangers captain James Tavernier says Old Firm clash with Celtic is the 'perfect game' for Steven Gerrard's men to get over their dramatic Scottish Cup exit to St Johnstone

James Tavernier could not think of a better game than Sunday's Old Firm clash to wash away the pain of Rangers' Scottish Cup heartbreak. The Ibrox captain thought he had kept the Light Blues' double dreams alive in last week's quarter-final thriller with St Johnstone when he popped up four minutes from the end of extra time to head home his 18th goal of the season.
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James Tavernier reveals why Rangers is 'home' and insists he never lost faith during dark Ibrox days

The relationship between player and support has been strained at times over the last six seasons but the bonds have never been stronger than they are today. The success that they share and savour in these times of celebration dwarfs the agonies that were endured in the making of a triumph that is historic for the club and defining for those who have made the dream a reality.
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Rangers duo James Tavernier and Ryan Jack remain on the sidelines

James Tavernier and Ryan Jack remain out for Rangers as the Scottish Premiership champions host Hibernian. Tavernier (knee) has an outside chance of facing Celtic the following weekend while Jack (calf) is awaiting a fresh prognosis following trips to see specialists. Defender Niko Katic (knee) remains a long-term absentee. Hibernian’s...
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James Tavernier: Rangers captain signs new contract

Rangers captain James Tavernier has signed a two-year contract extension, keeping him at Ibrox until the summer of 2024. The 29-year-old full-back moved to Rangers from Wigan Athletic in 2015 and has scored 63 goals in 284 appearances. Tavernier has been out injured since mid-February but has found the net...
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James Tavernier signs two-year contract extension with Rangers

Rangers club captain James Tavernier has signed a two-year contract extension with the Scottish Premiership champions. The right-back has been in stellar form this campaign, notching 11 league goals and ten assists as Steven Gerrard's side steamrolled their way to their first Scottish crown since 2011. Tavernier's performances haven't gone...
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Captain James Tavernier commits to Rangers until 2024

Rangers captain James Tavernier declared their title victory was only the beginning of the journey after signing a two-year contract extension. The right-back has signed a new deal that commits him to Ibrox until the summer of 2024. Tavernier has scored 63 goals in 284 appearances since Mark Warburton signed...