Former top flight star Stephen Craigan has lauded Philippe Clement’s Rangers, insisting that the Gers look to be a well-organised and disciplined team.


The Glasgow giants have played decent football under Clement, are yet to lose a match since 21st October and have also won the Scottish League Cup trophy.


In the process they have qualified for the knockout stages of the Europa League, doing that by winning their group and have also narrowed down the gap at the top of the Scottish Premiership table.




Rangers have accumulated 43 points from 18 matches and trail rivals Celtic by two points with a game in hand.


Their last win came against Motherwell on Sunday where the two goals of the match came within the first 16 minutes.



Craigan thinks that under Clement, Rangers are incredibly well organised and disciplined.


He said post match on BBC Sportsound: “The heavy lifting was done in the opening 15 minutes.


“Rangers look a really well organised, disciplined team who look like they know what they need to do to get it over the line.”



Rangers are set to next clash with Derek Adams’ Ross County side before they then face a potentially pivotal game against Celtic.