There has been many superlatives bandied about when the Rangers defense is discussed: 'terrible', 'bomb-scare', 'lightweight', and even the more blunt but nonetheless correct, 's****'. There is a perception that our offensive philosophy leaves us exposed at the back, most commonly on the counter; add to that poor organisation in certain situations, namely corners, one gets a good impression of our defensive frailties. It has been the most prominent flaw, in what has been a stellar start to Warburton's reign.
It's 'attack, attack, attack!' 'It's the most exciting football we've ever seen at the club. We used to get caught on the break at times, but that's the style of football -- score more goals than the opposition'.