McCoist content after victory

Rangers manager Ally McCoist was pleased with the workout after his side opened their pre-season campaign with a 2-0 win over Brora Rangers.

Last Updated: 08/07/13 at 12:21 Post Comment

Lewis Macleod: Two goals for Rangers against Brora Rangers

Lewis Macleod: Two goals for Rangers against Brora Rangers

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Midfielder Lewis Macleod scored twice in the second half at Dudgeon Park in a comfortable friendly victory over the Highland League outfit.

New signings Richard Foster, Nicky Clark and Jon Daly all featured for Rangers, while triallist Bilel Mohsni produced an impressive display.

McCoist said: "It was a good exercise and it was a pleasing afternoon.

"The new signings all made a good impact. Jon Daly and Nicky Clark combined well and Nicky Law showed what a good player he can be.

"There were a lot of positives and it's very, very early but most of the boys had a good 45 minutes, which gave us something to kick on from."

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