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06 Oct 2016 21:39:35
A lot of people are wondering if Barton will return Monday, he is already back. He has been at the training ground since at least Tuesday and was training (although not with the team) on Wednesday, he took part in a small training game opposite Andy Little who was also there training. Not sure if he will resume training with the team when his ban expires but being that he has returned I would assume a conversation has already happened.

Cajlta

1.) 07 Oct 2016 08:56:08
He was in a Qatari training camp mate.


2.) 07 Oct 2016 16:19:06
cajlta
where are u getting your information from man as that is a load of b/ s.
don't just write what wee tam fae doon the pub told you when he waws pissed lmfao!


3.) 08 Oct 2016 00:26:21
Barton was there Wednesday, that is a fact as is everything that I stated and none of which was from any third source (maybe if others checked there so called information instead of coming away with their bullshit then things would be easier) .
His reason's for being there I do not know but train he did and play in an eight aside also, with Andy little playing in the other team (both teams where made up of people from the Princes Trust who where there through the Rangers Charity obtaining there first coaching badges (if anyone wishes to check their websites then they will find pictures with at least one with Little in) . I don't really care too much if anyone believes me or not but I do find it somewhat puzzling that someone would try and accuse me of lying by lying themself (Mr Pie), He wasn't in Qatari (he was in Glasgow), and Mr Stirling, wee Tam was probably to busy feeding of your bull to inform me of anything this time around so lucky I had my own eyes to tell me so at least one person on here knows I am telling the truth. Have a lovely morning all.


4.) 08 Oct 2016 22:48:36
Andy1872, totally agree, sky TV are the worst thing to happen to football.
What right do any league in Europe have to have 3/4 teams in the CL.
CL should be for champions only, and before anyone comes on and says any different:
1. will Celtic never mind us get invited into a so called super league? No.

2. money is the curse world wide never mind football, let them go and have their wee clique and keep the fat cats happy.

3. I for one will not be subsidising it, ruining the game!


5.) 09 Oct 2016 01:27:10
Yeah totally agree, UEFA need to sit down and completely overhaul European football, first they must get rid of this Champions League and bring it back as the European Cup! Straight forward I hate the fact its called Champions when you've got teams that have finished 3-4th in there league!

They MUST bring back the Cup Winners Cup, a straight knockout comp that could be played on the same nyt as a Europa lge game its the fans choice who they want to watch?

And yeah give the winners of the lge Cup a place and a place to our 4th place in our lge! Its ridiculous that we have teams competing in a tournament that is regarded as a mickey mouse cup I don't understand why UEFA are denying smaller teams to play in Europe, bringing money into the club and giving their fans a chance to enjoy the experience.

I did read that the TV contracts for European football are to be re-negotiated 2018 and this is when the CWC will be talked about being re-introduced but the powers that be should be telling us NOW that this will happen as I cannot see how any teams would be against it yeah?


 

 

 

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18 Oct 2013 15:45:17
It's great to see Brechin Manager Ray McKinnon so confident in his own teams chances and abilities, with all the other managers in this division stating Rangers are too strong (due to the player budget) and probably won't be beaten (again a strong argument), it is refreshing to hear from a man who really does believe his team can prevail, although I personally think we WILL be to strong for them and predict another high scoring result I do hope that his enthusiasm rubs of on his players resulting in a good game because if we are to progress in any of the remaining cup competitions then we need to be challenged a lot harder than we have been so far in preparation for the games against higher ranked opposition.

Cajlta

1.) I think Dick Campbell did the same Ayr got stuck right in which made it a better game to watch. No matter what league we are in there will always be worthy competitors. As the saying goes every dog has his day & Stirling certainly proved that last season & Forfar this season. Can't win them all.

Larky Bear {The Ed039's Note - Larky, please register with the site and log in to post in the future, we are moving towards registered posters only)


2.) Sorry about that ED is that me sorted? {The Ed039's Note - Yeah mate, also can everyone else take note that we are moving towards registered posters only, please if you havent done so make yourself a profile and log in to post)


3.) @lankybear, there will never be a challenge in lower leagues when 1 club have a wage bill of 9m and all others don't even have that of 90,000, get real please. ,. ,


4.) Why won't they have a chance kbarry? its a 90minute game. only a few weeks ago your team, as I am sure you were well aware, despite having a multi-million pound squad were embarrassed by a lower league team


5.) Kbarry this is all I have to say Super Caley go Ballistic, Artmedia Bratislava, Arbroath, Shakter Kargandy. That's just Celtics upsets this happens throughout football you sir are just an person if you think it's only the Favourites that win football matches it's
11 v 11 anything can happen. There ignorance knows no bounds.

Larky Bear


6.) The shear lack of respect and deliberately spelling your username wrong is nothing sort of pathetic and childish and wonders why even his fellow celtic fans suggested he be banned.


7.) N3 kbarry your getting slaughtered on this site why don't you go onto your own site ooops I nearly forgot you also get slaughteredover there imposter spy etc


8.) Well guy's, the game today certainly had a lot of goals and I must admit not as I envisioned it. It just goes to prove "football is a fumy old game", their confidence was spot on and so was their effort (on another day they could have walked away with the points), I think their manager will be proud and hope that they now believe in his belief of their ability and push on (the next game will be interesting), our manager should also be proud, to come from behind and go on to win (even if people will tell you we should never have been behind in the first place) is a great result against a team that gave it everything, will we go unbeaten in this league, It's possible but with more games like today still to come it will not be as easy as first thought. The football might not be the best at times but I think the will to stand up and fight is now there for all to see, so let's get behind the team and see if we can't just give them the twelfth man for success.


 

 

16 Oct 2013 19:49:35
Right, let's get started.
Firstly I would like to tell you all that we (Rangers) are about to secure a lot of funds, investment from King AND significant others (don't actually know this as fact but if it happens then I can come back on and tell everyone that "I told you so"),
Secondly I should tell you that the Easdales are about to switch allegiances to Murray and King in an attempt to remain but will be pushed down the pecking order by the above investment that I Told You Of (again no proof of this but it sounds feasible).
Obviously I cannot reveal my sources (because I don't have any), but I can suggest that you believe me because if you don't then it is obvious you are not real supporters and should just go away (that's right go, my STORIES are fact, don't dare question them).
Finally, I should point out that if any of my FACTS become reality (or at least if I can twist any other fact to fit) then you all must post on this and other sites that I am amazing and the savior, the messiah, THE HERO. Doubt me at your own peril,
The true Rangers supporter (all the other tens of thousands don't count, honest).

Cajlta

1.) Good post, completely agree and think its what most people would be happy with. Hope we will be calling you the scottish nostradamaus by xmas


2.) Op, I have never read such a load of innuendo and hearsay in all my life, a fantasy about people investing well it doesn't take a genius to work out that we need investment so keep up the stories mate, BT


3.) I would like to say here now officially Cajita is a highly intellectual, witty, loyal, true blue Rangers fan, with no agenda and a tireless worker on behalf of the club in its time of need. People like him are the backbone of our united Rangers fanbase. His actions and his alone are the reason Rangers will survive this and a new board will be in place with honest Rangers loving directors leading us back to the top.

I would like to say that but it would be a load of S***E.

Get a life dude and try to join in with fans being positive about Rangers helping the club instead of backstabbing anyone you feel maybe getting some attention or praise for trying to help not hinder Rangers FC.

RTID. george


4.) @ 1 and 2 Doh! have you not heard of sarcasm?


5.) But what about the ransom money that needs to be payed for shares?


6.) I think people need to look up "irony" in the dictionary!


7.) Thank you all for the comments (yes George, yours as-well), the post is just a bit of banter to try and lighten the moment.
George I know I constantly disagree with you, but it is not on what you say, it's how you say it. A lot of the things you tell people might actually be true (I think I have told you before, I have no reason to doubt you), but allow others to have their opinions also without insulting them (I know you get your fare share of insults also, and to those people I would say the same), I actually enjoy reading some of your posts (especially the earlier ones) and hope they continue (but just as thoughts and opinions), I try to avoid confrontation on this site as we are all on the same side (well most of us anyway) and after the dust has settled we will all be standing shoulder to shoulder shouting our team to success. this is by far the best fans forum I've been on and it's all because the ed's allow us to really have a go without too much censoring, but let us not forget that somewhere in the midst of all this seriousness, it's all about the banter.
Thanks George (and I really do mean that), and THANKS everyone.
Now on a more serious (ish) note, will someone please ask George what he plans to do about the story circulating that Whyte may be still in control at Ibrox (sorry George, couldn't help it).
CAJLTA.


 

 

21 Sep 2013 20:11:18
Ed, just read this on another site:

INS:

Cammy Bell, Steve Simonsen,

Bilel Mohsni, Ricky Foster, Steve Smith,

Arnold Peralta, Nicky Law,

Jon Daly, Nicky Clark.

TOTAL: 9

OUTS:

Neil Alexander, Blair Currie

Carlos Bocanegra, Dorin Goian, Darren Cole, Anestis Argyriou, Stuart Urquhart, Matthew Clarke, Travis Gregory, Jordan Wilson,

Francesco Stella, Kamil Wiktorski, Gregor Fotheringham,

Francisco Sandaza, Kevin Kyle, Kane Hemmings, Kal Naismith, Glody N'Tumba

LOAN: Scott Gallacher, Andrew Mitchell

TOTAL: 20 (8 youth players, 2 loan deals, 10 senior squad members)

Last season, at times we were threadbare, and this season we've lost more than we've brought in. Albeit the quality brought in improves the team handsomely and the inexperienced youngsters thrown in at the deep end last year have a season under their belts now but I still can't understand people criticizing Ally for trying to bring more in.

The amount of players Ally has brought in doesn't seem so OTT now.

Cajlta

1.) I think the player costs are a complete red herring - at most they will account for a few million, even allowing for settlements for Sandaza, Bocanegra and Goian

The cash is being syphoned off at an alarming rare by the spivs
They know every trick in the book - legal, barely legal and downright shady.

The resulting cash black hole can only be filled by the sale of assets - Ibrox, MP and the car park.
In future the Gers will rent the stadium, lease the car park and for all the good that Ally gets from MP he would be as well planting spuds.

The last comment is of course due to selling Scotlands under 18 captain to Coventry for a pittance, while paying Jig a million pounds a year to plug gaps.

Does this sound like a way forward.

Will this thinking get Rangers to the group stages of the Champions League

Lee Wallace remains the only player in the squad who would be on the team sheet 2 years ago - I honestly believe the rest would struggle to make the reserves.
Murray park should be a conveyor belt of talent - even more so during these desparate times. It has never lived up to expectations.

Hard questions must be asked

Is there still time to turn it round and at last get value from this expensive white elephant?


2.) More than half of them players were on min wage, most of the players ally has signed this year are on more than people that play in the top league.


3.) The article is very mis leading at least 9 of the players mentioned never got a game for the 1st team. 2 players Goian and Bocanegra were sent out on loan, Stella, Hemmings, Naismith hardly played. While injuries kept Kyle and Sandaza out of the team for a period of time. Only Alexander was a regular in the team


4.) @3 you don't sell your 1st team regulars & keep the fringe players your post makes no sense.

Larky Beat


5.) @4 how does it make no sense? Where do I say we should sell our first team regulars? All the post says that nearly all the players that have left weren't involved much last season. So it don't think u can say its 9 in and 20 out. Thought that was obvious but obviously not to u. Hope I have now cleared it up for u without having to draw u a diagram


6.) @4 since when were Stuart Urquhart, Matthew Clark, Travis Gregory, Jordan Wilson, Blaire Currie, Kamil Witorski, Gregor Fotheringham and Glody N'Tumba first team fringe players. Your post makes no sense!


7.) @4 if the finances are as bad as being said then I'm afraid you have to try and sell some first team players and keep the fringe players


8.) @ 4 are you any relation to Larky Bear or did you just forget your name?


 

 

21 Sep 2013 17:36:33
So Ally uses most of his press conference to tell us that we have a couple of players who may have an injury from playing on the artificial surface recently and that he doesn't let his players train on them as they may be injured and that he and the players don't like them and competitive games should only be played on grass.
He then goes on to tell us that he understands why they are being used and that they will not be used as an excuse if we are beaten and that he is NOT GOING TO COMPLAIN ABOUT THEM, pure genus.
Genuinely can't wait for the game tomorrow, really hope the team can continue where they left off in league games, just wondered though if anyone had any thought's about what players may be left out and how the remaining players will approach the game and if this pitch will have an influence on the outcome?.

Cajlta

1.) Can't believe the big deal McCoist makes about the Astro pitches. It's embarrassing how he goes on about them. These pitches aid good football and good players should prosper in such pitches. As for the injuries you can get the same injuries on grass and why drop certain players as any player can get injured


2.) 21 Sep 2013 20:27:47
I remember more injuries hapening to Rangers when they only ever played on grass unreal it was at times.


3.) Why did we pay 600k for templeton if he can't play every 3rd week?


4.) @2 exactly. Kuznetzov, Rozenthal & Brian Reid were 3 players who sustained long term knee injuries on grass. So if Ally had been their manager he wouldn't have played them on grass again?


5.) Most managers hate astro pitches as they do increase injury risk to injury prones players. But please guys, don't let a bit of honesty get in the way of your mccoist bashing.

Gaz.


6.) @5 to be fair Ally doesn't help himself when his team play so poorly and he plays players out of position


 

 

17 Sep 2013 09:52:59
Sometimes I can read the posts on the forums and agree, laugh, cringe or just think "this person is nut's".
The amount of people queuing up to have a pop at Ally and tell the rest of us that he's hopeless and not a Rangers manager should try to remember, this is not a typical Rangers team. It wasn't that long ago that the majority of supporters on the forums were agreeing that he was doing his best with what he had and that we would wait and see what he could achieve when he had better players at his disposal. Now I'm not saying everything is perfect now (far from it) but at least we have seen a major improvement on field since he was given the players he asked for (we also have to remember, he was not allowed to buy anyone, only what was available for free) and surely we now have to get behind him and the team in one common cause "supporting them". Now we must give him the chance that we promised we would, allow him to grow with the team (it's not just players that grow in confidence with a good result) and then, and only then, we can judge. Football (at least on field) is a results driven game and so far this season (with the exception of one game that he couldn't pick any new players) Ally's results have been fantastic.
As a previous poster has already said, be fair, that's all and let's not just wait for the next bad result to come on and say I told you he was rubbish and should be sacked, let's wait until the season is over and see what he has given us. Ally bleeds Rangers blue, lesser managers would have walked away by now with everything going on around them, but remember Ally doesn't do walking away, Legend.

Cajlta

1.) Don't think you walk away from £1m salary plus bonus nice try though ally


2.) OP anyone could win this league in a canter with allys wage budget, do you really think a manager in the 2nd division should be on more wages than the manager that has won the top league?


3.) Surely the debate isn't how much he earns, I thought it was whether he could do the job, as for the budget for the team, you get what you pay for and I'm sure more people would be complaining if he hadn't brought in players or one's that were bellow par to play for Rangers. It seems there are people who will try to hard to find fault rather than not try at all and just enjoy what we have and where we are going, if you want the success and the goals that make it then hopefully that's what he is paying for.


4.) As a direct reply to OP, YES.
I will always believe that the manager of Rangers should be paid more than the manager of cfc as I have stated in earlier post, you get what you pay for.


5.) @4 what are we paying for?


6.) @4 you are the opening posts M8 did you forget?


7.) @2 it's not upto managers what they get paid its the muppets that run the club that stick with standards of previous regimes free spending rangers give mccoist a over the top wage and biscuit tin celtic give Lennon a poor wage but I wish my club had the biscuit tin mentality just now


8.) @6, Just read it back, Sorrrry, meant to direct it to contestant number 2.
Still meant it though.


9.) Op cajita I agree with your posts n4 we are paying through the nose to garentee a run back too top league


 

 

 

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02 Jul 2017 15:50:08
Another story AGAIN started by the Express, think I will wait until officially confirmed before getting excited.

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28 Jun 2017 16:33:27
All the papers are referencing the Express as the source so if they have got it wrong then all have got it wrong though hope not.

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20 Jun 2017 14:22:38
One unregistered player can be added to the squad for Europe up till one day before the match so hopefully it could be Dorrans.

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28 Apr 2017 20:34:08
FFS, Trigger seems to have caught a few on here cold, but just think for a moment, if a few kebabs is what will bring this current squad together to be united as one, to form a bond stronger than gorilla glue then surely its worth a go. I suggest that a new supporters group is formed where each member takes it in turn to buy and deliver seven or eight kebabs to share to the training ground each day for a least one day and see how it goes. Trigger, your first up as you already have a menu.

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08 Oct 2016 00:26:21
Barton was there Wednesday, that is a fact as is everything that I stated and none of which was from any third source (maybe if others checked there so called information instead of coming away with their bullshit then things would be easier) .
His reason's for being there I do not know but train he did and play in an eight aside also, with Andy little playing in the other team (both teams where made up of people from the Princes Trust who where there through the Rangers Charity obtaining there first coaching badges (if anyone wishes to check their websites then they will find pictures with at least one with Little in) . I don't really care too much if anyone believes me or not but I do find it somewhat puzzling that someone would try and accuse me of lying by lying themself (Mr Pie), He wasn't in Qatari (he was in Glasgow), and Mr Stirling, wee Tam was probably to busy feeding of your bull to inform me of anything this time around so lucky I had my own eyes to tell me so at least one person on here knows I am telling the truth. Have a lovely morning all.

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08 Jul 2017 17:21:20
As others have already posted the use of Etb's were not illegal so the argument from certain others is that it was the failure to disclose the detail to the SPL that is being pushed as the excuse to punish us, the SAME failure to disclose that is well documented by Celtic who themselves failed to inform the SPL of details of their use of etb's.
There seems to be a lot of comment here from people who are agenda driven but don't do their homework in regards to who did what and why, did the Celtic player who was payed with an etb after he had left the club pay it back? . Look it up for the answer then come back with a reply, after all rules are rules ☺

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06 Jul 2017 12:45:02
JohnnyG, Celtic never cancelled the etb (they had already paid out on it), what they did was make a deal with hmrc to pay the tax on it. As for advice, when Rangers were using them it wasn't illegal (it was a retrospective law that was brought in afterwards) . The issue is that neither Rangers or Celtic informed their respective footballing authorities of the use of them. This is why both are the same in principle and therefore if one is seen as cheating then both are, you can't have the argument that one only cheated a little bit so doesn't count.

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06 Jul 2017 11:29:36
Sick of hearing rubbish about etb's, unfair advantage and title stripping by Celtic who themselves USED etb's. The only reason they didn't get dragged into court is that they made a deal with hmrc in 2008 to settle but it still doesn't change the FACT that they used that scheme. The also never informed the FA or SFA and the reason it wasn't followed up on is that they paid out AFTER the player had LEFT the club.? .
What club would pay a player AFTER he had left?, why?, I could only surmise that there would have to have been an agreement in place while the player was still at the club for this to happen therefore I can't see any difference.
Celtic's only problem seems to be that they didn't win anything while using etb's so it doesn't count for them but we did so take away the titles.
I would like to apologise upfront if anyone is offended by the above rant but I just feel Celtic the club (not necessarily all it's supporters) are extracting the urine.

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Cifrca, what manager will walk?
Mr Lennon?
Why would Ally walk, he's going to wrap up another league and will be odds on to do it again next season (someone should get a bet on). Sometimes I do despair at selections and decisions but I find it difficult to try and slag off a man that I used to cheer for every other week and who was the hero for us more times than not. How can I fault his credentials when his league record this season is 100%, I think at least until he has taken us as far as he can (he surely deserves that much) he should be allowed to lead the team forwards.

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Well guy's, the game today certainly had a lot of goals and I must admit not as I envisioned it. It just goes to prove "football is a fumy old game", their confidence was spot on and so was their effort (on another day they could have walked away with the points), I think their manager will be proud and hope that they now believe in his belief of their ability and push on (the next game will be interesting), our manager should also be proud, to come from behind and go on to win (even if people will tell you we should never have been behind in the first place) is a great result against a team that gave it everything, will we go unbeaten in this league, It's possible but with more games like today still to come it will not be as easy as first thought. The football might not be the best at times but I think the will to stand up and fight is now there for all to see, so let's get behind the team and see if we can't just give them the twelfth man for success.

Cajlta