Rangers Women star wins January Player of the Month award

Rangers Women star wins January Player of the Month award

The Scottish Women’s Premier League Player of the Month for January is Rachel Rowe, a forward for Rangers Women.

Rachel Rowe
Rachel Rowe

After a string of impressive performances, Jo Potter’s team had a fantastic month. The club made the announcement of the award on their official website on February 10th.
With victories in all four of their games across three different competitions, the 31-year-old forward had an incredible month as they kicked off the new year in grand fashion.
Rowe, a forward from Reading, was Potter’s third acquisition when he signed with the team only last summer. The forward has already had an impact, particularly in January.

“It feels good, I think you get credited for something but the bigger picture is that we have had a good month as a club so credit to the girls as well for this,” she said in an interview with Rangers’ website on February 9.

“It’s fantastic that we’re still undefeated in the league and all of the tournaments,” the main factor in my opinion. Remaining constant is what you should be doing, isn’t that right? We started doing that after the Christmas break, and as the month went on, we got better and better.

Rangers Women under Potter are making enormous strides

The Light Blues women had an incredible January, scoring a whooping 27 goals, which included victories of 10-0 in the league against Dundee United and 12-0 in the cup against Inverness City. Rowe undoubtedly had a major role in both of those victories.

The Wales international scored twice and provided an assist in a convincing victory in the Highlands, helping the Gers advance to the next round of the Scottish Cup to begin 2024.

The 31-year-old would go on to put on a player-of-the-match display as Rangers defeated Celtic in the Old Firm to secure their spot in the Sky Sports Cup final.

Rowe then proved to be the game-winning goal-scorer in the month-ending 2-1 triumph over Aberdeen. It is undoubtedly a well-deserved award for Rowe after such a fantastic month of development.

And following their 9-0 victory over Dundee United and their 1-0 victory over Hearts on Wednesday, 7 February, that progress is still going strong into February.

The Light Blues are leading the SWPL by six points over Celtic because they are not only playing brilliantly on offense but also playing unstoppable defense.
If Philippe Clement continues to improve at the Men’s level, where he has won 19 of his 23 games thus far and is currently challenging Celtic for the Scottish Premiership title, then everything will work out well for the Rangers teams.

Rowe has shown to be an excellent acquisition for Potter, and the 31-year-old forward will undoubtedly play a significant role in any victories they experience by season’s end.

In other Rangers news, following a controversy during the team’s game against Aberdeen at Ibrox, Kris Boyd and Chris Sutton got into a heated argument live on the air.

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