GREGORY Vignal praised his sides performance in Motherwell this afternoon as they came back from a goal down to win 3-1.
It was a strong display from Rangers as they picked up the three points at Ravenscraig thanks to goals from Hannah Robertson, Brogan Hay and Rosie Mcquillan.
Vignal said: “I am really really pleased with the performance, it was a really good game from the girls.
“They respected the game plan and right from the start we were on the front foot, and I am really pleased with the performance.”
Motherwell broke the deadlock on the 18th minute, but the lead only lasted four minutes with the Gers responding quickly to going behind.
The Rangers Head Coach added: “The goal was the only mistake we made during the game, I said that to the girls at half-time.
“To be honest, it is a really great goal from 30 yards into the top corner so we have nothing to say but you can avoid this goal easier if you are ready so we explained the situation and what we are looking for out of possession and it work properly in the second half.
“We scored some really good goals and had some really good movements, I am really pleased with the girls and one more game to go.
“We played three games this week and to be honest, we did really well.”
Vignal made a few changes to his starting line-up from the one which faces Spartans on Wednesday night.
He explained: “When the girls are doing well in training I have to give them a chance so I am honest with my squad.
“Today Shivohn had an excellent game and Freya as well, so I am really pleased with the girls and Hannah and Brogan now they are back from injury, so the squad looks strong.”
There is just one game remaining for the Gers this season with a trip to take on Spartans on Sunday, November 17th.
Vignal added: “I want to win, I said to the girls we need to finish stronger to show we can win all the games towards the end of the season.
“After we will see all the girls on the Monday night we will have a meeting and we will speak about the second half of the season and what I am looking for next year.