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Giovanni van Bronckhorst tells Rangers players to improve for Napoli clash

Giovanni van Bronckhorst has challenged his Rangers players to respond to wounding criticism when Napoli visits Ibrox. Rangers have conceded eight goals without reply to Celtic and Ajax; next up, Serie A. Van Bronckhorst refused to change his coaching style.

The manager said, “Three weeks ago, we qualified for the Champions League.” The team, staff, and club were praised. Good. Two losses suggest we haven’t done well in recent years. Football’s energy

Giovanni van Bronckhorst tells Rangers players to improve for Napoli clash

“I won’t change my playing philosophy. There’s room for improvement. The last two games were disappointing because we underperformed. I’m disappointed, and I’m sure the players are too because something must change.

This suggests Van Bronckhorst thinks the Rangers’ problem is attitude. Napoli’s domestic form is impressive even without the 4-1 Champions League win over Liverpool. Last season, Van Bronckhorst led Rangers to the Europa League final, beating Borussia Dortmund.

“I can pick six or seven players who didn’t reach their level last week,” he said. “Players and our team must perform well or we’ll struggle against Napoli. After this week, our preparation, and last week’s game, I’m confident we’ll be better tomorrow. The performance is tomorrow at 8 p.m.”

Van Bronckhorst’s first-choice goalkeeper, Jon McLaughlin, is injured. Allan McGregor subs. Alfredo Morelos was recently banished from the squad over fitness and attitude concerns.

Napoli was without Victor Osimhen, who limped off against Liverpool. Giovanni Simeone will play center-forward.

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