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23 Jan 2017 08:43:05
Does anyone know when Rossiter will be fit to play? It must be a serious injury to keep him out for this long. It does seem that Warburton's are to say the least injury prone. Our midfield badly needs someone like Rossiter as the anchorman.

DOIGER

1.) 23 Jan 2017 10:07:47
He's a week away 😂


2.) 23 Jan 2017 10:19:24
He is apparently back running on grass so if all goes well he should be back within 2 weeks. I believe he has issyes with the nerves in his calfs.


3.) 23 Jan 2017 10:34:52
That's good news if true. I'd like to see him in the defensive midfield role we badly need with Toral, Hyndman and Windass or Mackay making up a midfield 4. Sorry, Holt and Halliday should be rested. Kenny Miller should be the first name on the team sheet!


4.) 23 Jan 2017 11:31:03
I don't really know when he will be fit to play, one thing I do know is the boy is pure gutted and is desperate to pull on that rangers jersey


5.) 23 Jan 2017 14:13:14
even when he is fit for bench no one knows what game time he will get because they claim waghorn is still not fit for 90 mins forresester is not fit enough senderos will never be fit do do appearsnot to be in favour and to crown it all they have yet to make k miller an offer


6.) 23 Jan 2017 14:52:49
Far too many unfit players and players picking up injuries that it really does beg the questionn about our training methods


7.) 23 Jan 2017 15:28:52
Took the words out my mouth Gosman! This seems to be happening a bit to frequently. Albeit I'm can't wait to see a fully fit Rossiter in our team. I genuinely think he can do the job and more of both Halliday and holt


8.) 23 Jan 2017 15:57:19
@gosman - I would have thought the training methods would have been similar to last season when we didn't have that many injuries?


9.) 23 Jan 2017 14:30:18
nobody like forrster anymore I think that boy has tons of potential and should be given game time either in front three or midfield 3/ 4


10.) 23 Jan 2017 15:55:21
I agree the training must be a bit much at times but if rossiter is not ready there's no rush to throw him back in he's got years ahead of him huge potential.


11.) 23 Jan 2017 16:27:36
i would be very shocked if our training had anything to do with our injuries, it's prob just rotten luck, if you think about it, we never got much injuries last season, I believe it's just football, clubs go through things like this all the time, we have been very unlucky this year, hopefully we have had our share of them and our players have a strong second half of the season, but I can understand why fans are debating this matter


12.) 23 Jan 2017 17:46:05
UnionJack hit the nail on the head. I was shocked we got away with soo few injuries last year. I can only really remember waggy tbh.


 

 

13 Jan 2017 16:20:22
Andy Little has said he'd like to return to Scotland. He is still only 27. Any thoughts fellow Bears? He was a Northern Ireland international at one time. Also Leon Osman was asked on SSN yesterday about earlier links with a move to Rangers. He didn't exactly rule out the idea. A very experienced player and could be good for a one-year deal?

DOIGER

1.) 13 Jan 2017 17:28:30
No harm to little but he is nowhere near good enough for us. I thought he would end up at linfield that's his level in my opinion and as a linfield fan I'd of been delighted.


2.) 13 Jan 2017 18:15:39
decent lad but really not good enough and ha not cut the mustard scince


3.) 13 Jan 2017 19:32:22
Surprise by responses

May not be "Ranger Standard" but is any member of the current squad?

Surely the question is "is he better than what we have? "

The answer is he would add to the squad?


4.) 13 Jan 2017 19:35:32
Osman also said that if we had approached him earlier in the Season that he would gladly have signed but now things have moved on and he reckons that his playing days are over! He would, most likely, have been a better signing than Barton!

As for Andy Little I reckon that we need to set our sights a bit higher.


5.) 13 Jan 2017 20:53:37
A very good Ranger who served the club well but does not have what we require now to continue to take us forward.


6.) 13 Jan 2017 21:42:32
Been there, done that. Good guy but not good enough.


7.) 13 Jan 2017 22:21:39
Hes actually at Murray Park. he's doing his badges.


8.) 14 Jan 2017 00:40:24
If u are asking if little is better than miller garner or waghorn I think he would be 4th in the pecking order


9.) 14 Jan 2017 00:58:33
Knocked back a contract at patrick, apparently looking for part time as he has other comitments.


10.) 14 Jan 2017 11:07:30
How many goals have Garner and Waghorn scored this season? Not exactly a target that is unreachable!


11.) 14 Jan 2017 12:49:31
I meant to add that Little scored 34 goals in 66 games for Rangers. His last year or two were marred by injury.


12.) 14 Jan 2017 13:12:18
Believe it or not andy little has joined clyde


13.) 14 Jan 2017 13:16:11
Doiger how many games has waghorn started . he's started the least number of games of all the strikers and scored the most goals what does that 10 goals in 19 games


14.) 14 Jan 2017 22:16:28
What i was saying gers forever. Not our standard


15.) 18 Jan 2017 15:15:26
Little would be 3rd. an 8 year old girl would be better as a striker than miller


 

 

29 Jun 2016 13:08:35
Hodson due to sign later today - Daily Record online.

DOIGER

1.) 29 Jun 2016 13:38:41
Hopefully happen because he was on the raz with the rest of the N. I squad last night @ granny annies in belfast.


2.) 29 Jun 2016 13:49:08
not to excited about this one guys he was on loan at Kilmarnock last season I don't think he has the quality to step up to a team like ours (I know he will probs be just cover)


3.) 29 Jun 2016 14:03:53
Did he light up spl in a Kilmarnock shirt. No. Did he light up euros in a NI shirt. Never got a game. Great signing, trumps dembelle any day.

Seriously what is the point in signing player's like this, they cost us money in wages and don't improve the team one bit. Something is seriously wrong if we can't train a youngster to act as backup to fullbacks. What the @#$% is the point of having a youth set up!


4.) 29 Jun 2016 14:25:38
Jeez luigi you been on the happy pills again your usually much more negative ;)


5.) 29 Jun 2016 14:30:49
Luigi have you ever said anything positive about our signings? I wouldn't be surprised if you were a member of the celtic rangers supporters club. I thought hodson looked good when he was playing against rangers last season, Warbs mustve thought the same.


6.) 29 Jun 2016 15:45:49
I have to agree with Luigi on this one but I hope I'm proved wrong. Surely we have a decent enough youth player capable of stepping up rather than signing someone who didn't stand out for a really poor Kilmarnock side? If not what about Aird has apparently done really well at right back in a league which is far better in quality to the SPL.


7.) 29 Jun 2016 15:52:57
I'd rather we had kept Gasparatto and utilised Ryan Sinammon, that would cover both full backs and cbs.


8.) 29 Jun 2016 16:32:18
MLS much better than standard the the SPL! Calm yourself Stuart!


9.) 29 Jun 2016 17:34:30
Another good Young player signed, some fans will never be happy, when are people going to get it into their heads, rangers can't compete with Celtic on a financial basis until we start to get some serious money from our non existent retail contract. mark warburton is signing players he knows and trusts to do a job, see instead of slating players before they have even played a game for the club, how about giving the guys a chance, I'm delighted with the clubs transfer business and even if we don't win the league this year, our club is building itself up again, it won't happen overnight, it's going to take a couple transfer windows, let's just get behind the club because our board and management team are doing a great job.


10.) 29 Jun 2016 17:50:35
RFC infinity the MLS is full of USA internationals along with a lot of good experienced players from around Europe. It is of a much higher standard than the spl. I don't think anyone would disagree that teams like LA galaxy and Houston dinamo etc would pump every team in the SPL other than maybe a strong rangers and celtic.


11.) 29 Jun 2016 19:14:26
Luigi - I completely agree with the extraordinary vision been shown by Brenda Rodgers .

Dembele has had one days training and is subject to an £11million transfer to Southampton as a direct replacement for Victor Waggamama.

If only we were signing players like Pukki, Balde, Boerrigter, Kayal, Scepovic, Fisher, Fridjonnsen, Cifti etc etc etc etc etc etc etc.


12.) 29 Jun 2016 20:33:48
Bluepound wrong mousa dembele linked to Southampton. Reckon he's a cracking signing for celtic. Disappointed its not us he's coming to for only 500k.


13.) 29 Jun 2016 21:24:05
If we have to rely on somebody like Aird then we are really in dire straits. The guy has pace but little else. Hodson was apparently signed as competition for Tavernier. I must admit I don't know anything about the lad but if the management think he has what it takes for us then that's good enough for me. I agree we need to be careful with overspending while at the same time ensuring we can challenge for the title next season. Looking at the signings so far along with the current squad I think we have done really well so far. I've said already that i'm not sure about Joey Barton. I hope he is here for the right reasons and screws the nut. If he does he could prove the difference between challenging Celtic and not. I think Gilks will prove to be an able deputy for Wes and hope that we can find a solid partnership in defence. Striker wise I would love to see a young fresh striker come in and hit the road running. Anybody know if Alan Shearer has a son about the right age? In my opinion in his heyday Shearer was one of, if not the best, striker in the world.


14.) 29 Jun 2016 22:05:00
I wish Luigi was our manager instead of MW. Said no one ever.


15.) 29 Jun 2016 14:42:17
It could be worse it could be roy hodgson so let's get behind the managers decision and calm down. Stop thinking about we need to win this n that, let's do what the magic hat always says a game at a time and learn from it.


16.) 29 Jun 2016 15:12:18
Luigi why can't you just trust the manager?, it's his team and he decides who can bring or add quality to the squad. If you prefer other teams signing policy it's your right to choose who you watch at the end of the day! But please remember how far we have come since 2012.


17.) 29 Jun 2016 16:02:53
Guys i ask myself is this boy as good as aird
Airds home grown and a low wage. i'm with luigi on this 1. we could probably use the wages elsewhere to entice a top striker in me thinks.


18.) 29 Jun 2016 17:20:23
Player will be needed through out the season for the hard away games, type of player that will fight for ever ball remember the ever reliable sasa papac no one expected much.


19.) 01 Jul 2016 10:41:17
I do agree that we should keep aird this season and I don't know enough to comment on the boy hodson tbh but I trust he is good back up!


 

 

25 May 2016 11:26:48
Two or three websites now reporting tha tthe Kranjcar deal is all but done.

DOIGER

1.) 25 May 2016 11:46:16
what web sites?


2.) 25 May 2016 13:31:54
everything's coming up Milhouse!


3.) 25 May 2016 14:46:04
All i can say is one hand on the title joey niko jordan in midfield. If we can sort out the central defence wich i'm sure will happen and another striker would luv greg stewart or kane hemmings to join.


4.) 25 May 2016 17:14:05
Krancjar deal agreed in principle, following the same pattern as the Barton deal, to be followed shortly by medical and signing.
It all seems to fall into line!
Rangers have also served severance notice on the Sports Direct deal. Forget the Puma strips for next season and wait for the Clubs own official merchandise.
This one could end up in court but I doubt if the alleged fraudsters Ashley, Green, Whyte Llambias et al will be prepared to have the details of their dealings exposed in open court.
Well done DK and the Board, you are playing a blinder! Two fingers to the doubters now! Onwards and upwards!


5.) 25 May 2016 17:14:26
don't b sill Barry, one hand on the title, calm it janet! this is going to be a fight next year big time, we have many signings to make before we can even look at winning the league!


 

 

24 May 2016 07:42:39
BBC website and Daily Mail both reported last night that Joey Barton has agreed terms with Rangers and will sign paraded to the media today or tomorrow. Daily Mail also stated that a deal is close to l and Kranjcar too. If they both sign surely that gives us a huge boost in terms of experience and the right type of players? My only fear is that Barton might be targeted by some of the morons playing for other SPL teams in terms of provoking him to get him sent off. We can't look to referees to do us any favours so Barton will have to be disciplined.

DOIGER

1.) 24 May 2016 08:29:26
Joey Barton is a very different player to what he was years ago, don't think he was sent off at all last season.


2.) 24 May 2016 10:30:11
Think he was booked 10 times in 40 games, not a bad ratio for a centre midfield player.


3.) 24 May 2016 10:31:14
To be fair he's probably been targeted for provocation every game he's played so the fact he hasn't been red carded for so long goes to show he has matured as a player.


4.) 24 May 2016 11:06:06
think he will know what he's in for!
miller prob gave him the facts on his golf day as he knows it from his journey to the dark side. lol

as much as he's had his probs in the past i think this will be a great signing plus it will show other players the challenge and progression we are making

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5.) 24 May 2016 11:46:08
lets hope he doesn't stub cigarettes out on the youth players faces or assaults any youth player's . Joey Barton is a moronic thug of a player and should not be anywhere near a football field . how can Rangers complain about behaviour then sign that man!


6.) 24 May 2016 15:10:16
What? Nothing at all to do with rangers, what Barton did years ago, if it happened last week then you might have a point, but you simply couldn't stop yourself, grow up man, are ee to question every players background / or just Barton / because you would be surprised to learn a few things.
Tommy.


 

 

 

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22 Jan 2017 10:30:22
I know it's boring but I'll say it again. Recall Hardie from loan and play him alongside Miller and give young Burt a run alongside Rossiter (if he is ever going to be fit) .

The Barton and Kranjcar incidents were unfortunate as both would have added class to our midfield. All Warburton seems to do with new signings is either watch them recover from injury or loan them out (e.g. Crooks). It is a sad state of affairs that the two stand-out players right now are aged about 75 between them!

DOIGER

1.) 22 Jan 2017 21:39:46
Doiger

I think Hyndham and Toral are good additions to our squad but we have to sign or bring someone in on loan for DM as we have no cover if Halliday is injured.
We should have kept Crooks rather than loan him to Scunthorpe.
Not sure about Hardie as Waghorn would be a better option to partner Miller if we opted to play 4-3-1-2 with McKay in the number 10 role.


 

 

18 Jan 2017 10:58:28
What about the exciting young Dundee player Craig Wighton. I've seen him on TV a couple of times and he looks really good and scores goals. Surely we could swoop for him this month and afford the fee and wages? He is only 19. Sam Nicholson from Hearts would also be a good catch and again is young (21).

DOIGER

1.) 18 Jan 2017 12:52:51
Very much in and out of the dundee team. Good player but i wouldn't say he would improve our team


2.) 18 Jan 2017 12:59:22
Souttar, nicholson and Jason Cummings.


3.) 18 Jan 2017 14:50:02
I've been a fan of Souttar for a long time. Nicholson I am unsure about, I would say Walker looks better. Cummings. Split opinions from all with that one. Everyone says he is a NED etc but he still bangs in the goals. I'd take him


4.) 18 Jan 2017 17:40:33
Walker from Hearts would be a welcome addition but Nicholson is currently recovering from an injury.
Cummings is a goalscorer but can't see either Hearts or Hibs selling either of them.


 

 

18 Jan 2017 08:50:21
So we let O'Halloran go, probably to Hearts. The lad was hardly given a chance to show what he can do. £500,000 down the drain unless we can recoup that from whoever buys him. Another brilliant Warburton signing (not)!

DOIGER

1.) 18 Jan 2017 09:33:16
Do you have a credible source for this? (Daily rebel nor STV count as credible)


2.) 18 Jan 2017 10:42:03
Onlyshow

Would agree these sources have a habit of trying to wind up our support by printing these kind of stories. I


3.) 18 Jan 2017 11:35:13
MOH had plenty of chances to impress and didn't


4.) 18 Jan 2017 12:21:58
There are others that have had plenty chances to impress and don't that are still in the team every week! Not sticking up for MOH but the quality of our signings has been very poor indeed!


5.) 18 Jan 2017 12:43:39
TOMUSA

Your right there are other players who continually get chances and continually let the team down


6.) 18 Jan 2017 22:43:33
Can't blame O'Halloran one bit. There are a few of the undroppables I'd rather see go Hearts way but they're immune to the effects of dire performances. I agree he hasn't grabbed his place in the team by the scruff of the neck and that's disappointing but he does offer a threat no one else can when he's on his game. It's all about confidence and we saw what happened when Mckay lost his for a while.


7.) 19 Jan 2017 13:39:16
Just want to have my say regarding MOH. I as everyone on here will know by now, actually know the o'halloran family and did tell on here, we were signing michael 4 months before it happened. He's desparate to make it at rangers and is very frustrated at lack of game time! He thinks he's doing fine in training and thinks he badly needs a run of 4 or 5 games to prove his worth to the team! Trust me guys, when I say this, he does want to go out on loan in order to get a run of games! He also believes by going on loan and showing rangers yet again what he can do, by getting a run of games, it might be the making, he hopes, of his rangers career! He desperately wants to play and make it with rangers.

What i can't understand, is we chased him for almost 5 months and knew the way moh plays, but don't play a style that suits the way he plays! Why sign the guy then i ask, as we were desparate to sign him, strange indeed! We play garner now as he's a good outball and gives us the option of playing it long at times, when we need to. Here's my thinking here regarding moh, why not play him through the middle and use the long outball at times over the top, and to his strengths so he can run onto! Because once he's away he'll run past the opposition centre halfs, as if they're not there! that's where he did his damage against us, when he played for St. johnstone! that's the guys strengths!

If arsene wenger the arsenal manager, can turn thierry henry from a wide player into a central player and now more recent, he's turned alexis sanchez from a wide player into a more central player, then why can't warbs not move MOH from a wide position, into the more central position? Can you see the similarities, bears? Imo MOH could do the business for rangers by moving him into the centre, just like henry and sanchez! The 3 are similar styled players with tremendous pace! What do we all think about what i've said here? ED, what do you think yourself regarding this mate?


 

 

17 Jan 2017 09:14:38
I've read Davie Weir's interview in today's Daily Record. He states that Mark Warburton has an eye for youth and developing them then selling them on. Why then won't he give our own youth a chance? I can hear the anti-youth brigade moaning again but what, I ask, do you have against Warburton blooding some of our own kids? Some of Warburton's buys have been questionable to say the least and none of them ever seem to be fit! Crooks is out on loan and so is Hardie. Waghorn was good in the Championship but so far hasn't shown he has made the step up in level.

DOIGER

1.) 17 Jan 2017 10:21:49
Doiger, what youth would you give a chance to and why?


2.) 17 Jan 2017 10:31:54
I think we need to trust warburton and if he feels our youth players are ready and capable then they will be given a chance. i'd love to see our own lads get a chance but they need to be worthy. remember warbs and davie do attend development games and training of development squad as they are not like previous coaches.


3.) 17 Jan 2017 10:40:45
Hardie and Thompson are out on loan to Championship teams to prove their worth and they're doing ok, but not enough to suggest they'd be good enough for the first team when every game is crucial. Burt and Gilmour too young/ physically not developed enough for first team. If they were better than what we've got, they'd be in the team.


4.) 17 Jan 2017 11:07:02
only show why have a 10 million pound complex like murray park if your not going to even give a couple of guys the last 10 or 15 minutes in games build there confidence and give them a run out in front of 50 000 bears


5.) 17 Jan 2017 11:20:04
Dodger

We would all like to see youth players given a chance.
Liam Burt and David Bates are probably the most likely to be integrated into the first team squad but can you think of any other players?
The priority this season in my opinion is to secure 2nd in the league which will give us European football next season and hopefully we have a good run in the Scottish Cup.


6.) 17 Jan 2017 11:31:43
What a load of absolute tosh some people are writing about our youth players. I say again that Everton played an 18 year-old and a 19 year-old on Sunday against Man City and look what they did! If you are good enough you are old enough. How long do these 'youth' players stay out on loan? 10 years? Burt has been with Rangers for some time now. I've advocated before giving Burt and Hardie in particular a run in the first team squad. Goodness me, given some of the inept performances from so-called experienced players like Halliday, Kiernan, Waghorn and others how could they be worse! We might just unearth another star if we give youth a chance. Mackay has proved the young players can break through as he is arguably our most creative player now.


7.) 17 Jan 2017 11:57:58
Queens11, Murray park is a training facility not a youth facility. Doiger, Mckay was great on loan, our current bunch who are on loan aren't doing that good, except from Kelly.


8.) 17 Jan 2017 12:27:21
DOIGER I notice the development game this week we will be playing guys as young as fifteen against Celtic who will be playing some of their fringe players I would love to see a bunch of young players in the squad but the cowboys who were in charge of our club prior to this board all but shut down Murray Park the decent young players we had left we had to start from scratch it will take time to see these guys come through some will not make it we need to accept where we are it will be a slow journey back there is no sugar daddy ready to plough in a fortune the board we have now have already put in over £20 mill we run at a loss so they will have to put in more the fear of them reaching ten in a row is adding pressure we may just have to accept it we are miles behind we need to get second if we do its progress at least then we can build but what we can't do is depend on potential good young kids their time will come if they are good enough


9.) 17 Jan 2017 14:01:11
Onlyshow - where did McKay do "great on loan"?

He played a combination of 41 games for Morton and Raith, scoring a total of 4 goals with ten assists.
Hardly great reading.

I do believe that age is only a number, IF the player is ready: Danny Wilson, Barry Ferguson, Alan Hutton, Chris Burke, Rhys McCabe, Jamie Ness, Gregg Wylde - these players (playing in a better team albeit - were ready, and more importantly were good enough. I haven't seen an awful lot of our Unders games this season, but surely, if they were good enough, they would progress.


10.) 17 Jan 2017 14:14:53
Derek johnstone Derek Ferguson Billy Davies were all 16 when they broke through.


11.) 17 Jan 2017 14:20:32
Burke? McCabe? Ness? Wylde? These guys were never good enough! Does anyone honestly think any of our current youth are good enough?! Seriously! And if they were why would the management even hesitate and not put them in?


12.) 17 Jan 2017 14:22:07
How's Hardie doing at St. Mirren?


13.) 17 Jan 2017 14:47:30
The cooler king

He is on loan at Raith Rovers however at St Mirren he struggled along with the rest of the side


14.) 17 Jan 2017 14:56:46
Would you put him into our starting 11? Would anyone on here?


15.) 17 Jan 2017 15:03:21
It is quite an inducement if we are saying that none of our youth are good enough to be given a chance for the first team because I for one can think of three or four of our first team squad that are abysmally poor in this league. Surely young Burke warrants an opportunity as does the young lad from Raith Rovers and when he is sixteen I would like to see Gibson drafted into the first team squad as well.

I just cannot believe that we do not have better youngsters with more potential on our books than Halliday Holt and Kiernan although at least Hold does have age on his side and with the right coaching he might improve.


16.) 17 Jan 2017 15:52:29
Coolerking:

Jamie Ness played really well, granted, next to better players, and in my opinion was better than Macleod - as was McCabe. Burke only struggled due to injury and illness - he is probably the last out and out winger that we have had that can turn, dribble and cross.

We simply don't have youth players pushing hard enough and knocking on the door which is a pretty damning statement for Murray Park and its staff that the last decent player we produced was Lewis Macleod.


17.) 17 Jan 2017 16:52:01
I agree we don't have the youth players ready to break into the team like Ferguson or button did


 

 

10 Jan 2017 08:54:33
With Hyndman signed and hopefully Toral too, we've a chance to revamp our midfield and freshen things up. With Rossiter due back it will be like a new signing too. How about a midfield four of:
Rossiter, Hyndman, Toral, Windass?

Resting Halliday and Holt might do them good. We've been unlucky with the Barton fiasco and Kranjcar's injury and injuries to Crooks and Windass too. Maybe our luck will change in 2017.

DOIGER

1.) 10 Jan 2017 09:40:12
As I've said on here many times before. A lot of our midfield problems can be solved very easily, and by one man. Barrie Mckay.


2.) 10 Jan 2017 10:03:00
Midfield problems solved by Barrie?


3.) 10 Jan 2017 10:30:12
A lot of them aye. Creativity, forward thinking, pace. he's already shown he can be a number 10 and currently he's better than what is in there


4.) 10 Jan 2017 10:38:51
Got to agree Bryan, I've been saying for ages mate that the creative mid we need is right under our noses and the management can't see it. the 2nd half of the dhims game he sould have bn put in ther when Brenda doubled up on him and warbs left him out ther to dry


5.) 10 Jan 2017 10:42:26
Totally agree Bryan. Mckay would be terrific in that role and have thought that for a long time.


6.) 10 Jan 2017 11:11:13
Yeah I fancy him in number 10 role but at same time we need strong holding player to compliment him


7.) 10 Jan 2017 11:42:10
Who plays wide if Barry moved inwards? Are we switching to 4-4-2 with a diamond? I actually think that would be very effective.


8.) 10 Jan 2017 12:20:00
Joe dodoo can play out there. As can moh and waggy. Whether any of them are here come january is another matter.


9.) 11 Jan 2017 09:16:23
Doiger, that looks a very good midfield quartet mate, but we all know warbs will play 3 in there! So 3 from the 4 you said plus a front 3 of miller, berahino, mckay for the remainder of the season would do me! lol! If only mate!


10.) 11 Jan 2017 09:41:47
A bit of an optimistic post. We're more likely to hear at the end of the winter break that Rossiter is 10 days away from rejoining training.


 

 

 

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23 Jan 2017 10:34:52
That's good news if true. I'd like to see him in the defensive midfield role we badly need with Toral, Hyndman and Windass or Mackay making up a midfield 4. Sorry, Holt and Halliday should be rested. Kenny Miller should be the first name on the team sheet!

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19 Jan 2017 18:45:30
Don't they call this the 'cry wolf' syndrome lol

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14 Jan 2017 12:49:31
I meant to add that Little scored 34 goals in 66 games for Rangers. His last year or two were marred by injury.

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14 Jan 2017 11:07:30
How many goals have Garner and Waghorn scored this season? Not exactly a target that is unreachable!

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11 Jan 2017 09:47:10
Having medical today and should sign after that. I'd like to see Toral, Hyndman and Bates all play in Sunday's friendly.

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23 Jan 2017 17:29:04
Apart from pace we need players who can actually find a teammate with a pass!

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17 Jan 2017 11:31:43
What a load of absolute tosh some people are writing about our youth players. I say again that Everton played an 18 year-old and a 19 year-old on Sunday against Man City and look what they did! If you are good enough you are old enough. How long do these 'youth' players stay out on loan? 10 years? Burt has been with Rangers for some time now. I've advocated before giving Burt and Hardie in particular a run in the first team squad. Goodness me, given some of the inept performances from so-called experienced players like Halliday, Kiernan, Waghorn and others how could they be worse! We might just unearth another star if we give youth a chance. Mackay has proved the young players can break through as he is arguably our most creative player now.

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10 Jan 2017 15:00:48
Cee. Denis Law was a skinny, bespectacled boy!

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10 Jan 2017 14:16:49
Absolutely agree bluenosebear84. I am sick and tired of youngsters being ignored, first by McCoist and McDowall and now by Warburton. Surely the like of Burt, Hardie, Thompson and Walsh could have been given a chance by now? What do we do, wait until they are 30 before giving them a game? One of the greatest Scots ever to play the game was Denis Law and he was 16 when he made his senior debut! The players brought in by Warburton have largely been disappointing. O'Halloran, Garner, Crooks. Have the guts to give youth a chance! Can't be any worse.

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10 Jan 2017 11:26:59
Let's hope so. I am 65 and hoped I might see Scotland playing in the finals once more before I shuffle off this mortal coil!

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