Ally McCoist urges on his players after Montrose equalise in the first half. Picture: SNS
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If pressure had been mounting on Ally McCoist after Rangers' midweek Ramsdens Cup defeat by Queen of the South, then this was like a release valve being turned. It was not as convincing as the scoreline may suggest – Rangers huffed and puffed somewhat in the first half – but the victory, which takes the Ibrox side up to second place in the league table, was heartedly welcomed. It would surely have put something of a dampener on the manager's 50th birthday celebrations had his team again failed to live up to expectations.
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