Rangers manager Mark Warburton says he is not going to start making changes to his project at Ibrox because of one heavy defeat.

The Glasgow giants suffered a humiliating 5-1 defeat at the hands of Celtic last Saturday at Parkhead in the first Old Firm derby in the Scottish Premiership in four years.

Warburton’s team have been subject of some scathing criticism since last weekend, and many have urged the Rangers manager to change their style of football to suit the Premiership.

However, the Rangers boss insisted that he is not going to flip his side’s methods just because of one bad performance, and they will keep trying to do what they have been working on all season.

He also added that his side should be judged at the end of the season, and not after one poor performance.  


Warburton said in a press conference: “We lost a game on Saturday, it’s not saying reconstruct the whole program.

“Far from it as it’s a job in progress, and we are just five games in; judge us at the end of the season, judge us in May.

“Right now we are doing, what we do; we are hurting from Saturday, but worked hard all week and that’s our job.”

Rangers will look to get their season back on track with a win over Ross County this Saturday at Ibrox.