Scottish football: Rangers boss Ally McCoist admitted his men have had to toughen up as they have adapted to life in the Third Division of Scottish Football.
Rangers were given a tough baptism in the lowest league, but they have found a way to get better as the season has gone on, with Fran Sandaza getting them home at Peterhead today.
And former Scotland striker McCoist said: “One of the most important factors in the game was how our centre-halves handled the aggression of Rory McAllister and, when he came on, Martin Bavidge. If they don’t fancy it, we’re bang in trouble.”
Peterhead had five players booked, but McCoist said: “I think the physicality has been taken out the game too much, so I’m not going to be hypocritical and complain about some of the tough tackling our players receive. We’re all big boys, so let’s get on with it.”