Uk news Ianis Hagi says backing of Glen Kamara showed Rangers team spirit PremierLeague-News.Com
MetiNews.Com - Ianis Hagi reckons the way the Rangers players came together in support of Glen Kamara showed how close the squad is and said it's borne out borne out of hard work on the training ground.
Breaking News ! Ianis Hagi insists the hard graft on the training ground helped create a close-knit Rangers squad which shone through in their backing of Glen Kamara in his racism hell. The Romanian international admitted the team spirit helped drive the Light Blues to an historic 55th league title and the club’s first in a decade. Hagi said the sweat and toil on the training ground from day one of pre-season brought them closer together than ever as a group and it was then evident in their backing of Kamara. Steven Gerrard and his band of blues brothers rallied around Kamara after he was subjected to a sickening slur by Ondrej Kudela during their Europa League loss to Slavia Prague at Ibrox. And after getting his hands on the Scottish Premiership trophy following Saturday’s 4-0 win over Aberdeen, Hagi said: “The work we’ve put in, it brought us together. Sign up to our Record Rangers newsletter Get all the latest Rangers news sent straight to your Inbox every day by signing up to our newsletter. We cover every morsel of information regarding your favourite club in the form of articles, videos and podcasts. The newsletter will arrive every day at 12pm, giving you a round up of the best stories we've covered that in the last 24 hours. To sign up, simply enter your email address into the link here. And if you aren't already, make sure you join the conversation over on our Rangers Facebook group and Record Sport Instagram. “We pushed ourselves without even knowing. You see even in the Europa League - the thing that happened with Glen - you see how big a group we are and how close we are. “From the first day in pre-season until now there’s been so much work on the training ground and getting ready for these type of moments.” Hagi arrived on loan at Ibrox from Genk midway through the previous season only for it to be cut short due to Covid.
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That kind of performance was enough to convince Gerrard to make his move permanent and Hagi arrived from the Belgian side for around £4.5 million in the summer. And he played an important part in the title win with nine goals, including a vital winner at home to Hibs on Boxing Day, and is now desperate for more after the unbeaten league campaign. Hagi told Rangers TV: “We’re happy to get it over the line and now hopefully it’s just the beginning. Having a taste of how it feels, its’ so good, and we’re hungry for more. “It’s an unbelievable feeling, winning the title so early and now getting our hands on the trophy and being invincibles. “It’s hard to put into words - we’re just proud. We’re happy that we made such a great achievement at such a huge club and making so many fans happy, family and friends as well. “We’ve got everything. As football players, we can’t ask for anything else. We just have to go out and deliver every single day. “That’s the right road we have go to and follow it and pick up trophies on the way up.”
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