Prso expects improvement
By Andrew Scurr
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Dado Prso believes Rangers can turn around their season after talks with the chairman.
Dado Prso believes Rangers can turn around their season after crunch talks with chairman David Murray.
The Gers squad met with Murray on Friday to discuss the reasons behind their disappointing start to the campaign.
Paul Le Guen's men are currently 15 points behind leaders Celtic in The SPL and crashed out of the CIS Insurance Cup to St Johnstone in midweek.
Le Guen has found himself under increasing pressure recently but Prso is looking for everyone at the club to pull together and help Rangers improve on their recent form.
"Everybody agreed with him (Murray)," said Prso. "It convinced me that, after everybody heard the truth, that things are going to change for us.
"Now we must try to pick ourselves up and turn things around.
"We need a psychological boost otherwise it's like a snowball that gets bigger and bigger and is difficult to stop.
"It's not about one, two, three or four players, it's about everybody being together. It's not just down to the coach either.
"The players, the coach and the chairman can sort this situation together and we need our supporters behind us more than ever."
A number of Le Guen's summer signings have failed to perform in Scotland so far and Prso feels players arrive at Ibrox thinking it will be an easy ride.
"They didn't understand what it's all about here," he continued.
"The football here is different and you must accept that. But I am positive things can change in our favour if we get some positive results.
"I think some of the players can really enjoy life here."
Le Guen himself is yet to find his feet in Scotland after impressive tenures in France but Prso expects things to click into place.
He added: "It's different football, it's a different mentality. Sometimes you need time but at this club there isn't too much time. We must try to find a solution quickly.
"But he has been a manager at the biggest level and he has not become a bad manager after a few months in Scotland."