REVITALISED Happy Valley heaped more misery on Uhlsport-Rangers yesterday, scoring a 4-2 Hong Kong First Division victory in which Scottish signing Billy Ferguson found the net on his debut at Mongkok Stadium. It has been a winter of discontent for Rangers, who have now lost four of their past five games and their latest defeat has virtually ended their hopes of second-round league glory. And while Rangers contemplated their immediate future with only the two remaining knock-out trophies left for them to play for this season, Happy Valley were celebrating a resurgence which could see them claim a few more scalps. Happy Valley seem to have put it together thanks to new boy Ferguson, who blended well with the team and has a good understanding with fellow striker and compatriot Paul Ritchie. Ferguson, 28, struck in the 61st minute, giving Happy Valley a 3-2 lead after teammates Lai Sai-cheong and Ritchie had both gotten on the scoresheet. Rangers, who have not won since beat Club 3-1 last month, got their goals through Tam Siu-wai's sixth of the season - a 47th-minute penalty - and through Russian midfielder Sergei Volkov. Scottish import Iain McCall sealed the issue for Happy Valley with his first goal of the season in the 73rd minute. 'It's great to get a goal on my debut. We worked hard at it but I was getting tired towards the end,' said Ferguson, who was signed from Scottish side Stranraer last week. 'I've played against Ritchie before and now we are playing together. I am now only getting to know him.' Rangers' manager Tony Siew said: 'The whole team was like a ship lost at sea. We didn't have the will to win and Happy Valley showed more determination. Every time we scored, they replied. We behaved a lot like Santa Claus - we were doing a lot of giving.'