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10 Jan 2017 10:07:54
Not that I ever thought it would happen anyways just thought I would post that Sky sports have announced that Stoke City have submitted a bid for Berahino.
1.) 10 Jan 2017 11:08:54
How does that work isn't he able to talk to clubs now away are rangers able to talk to him some figures going about rangers would get him for about 500.000, stoke have bid around less than 20 million how does pre-contract work
2.) 10 Jan 2017 11:10:09
That doesn't mean that he would go to them. The guy would be crazy to give up a serious share of any future sale by a non English club that got him 'on the cheap' to go to Stoke City!
3.) 10 Jan 2017 11:13:33
Seen this as well, I never thought it would happen either tbh. stoke though, I mean it's hardly an ambitious move on the players part, stoke will never win the league, they might sneak a europa league place 1 year out of 10 and they will never win the FA cup or EFL cup. we might get a europa league place this year but we should at least always be in the mix for a European place, not this season granted but we should be challenging for the league title and should have decent cup runs
4.) 10 Jan 2017 11:36:36
How is stoke not a better move than Rangers? We will struggle to get Europa League group stages whilst they are comfortably in the EPL. If he performs against the big clubs he will have a better chance of moving to them than he would if he performed against Hearts and St Johnstone. The reason Demebele is still being linked with big moves is because Champions League and Internation U21 performances. We can't offer that.
5.) 10 Jan 2017 12:40:43
If we could have landed him for the 500k much like C****c did with Dembele then the only stumbling block I could see would be his wages and his desire to accept that this would probably benefit his career more than it would if he moves to stoke. Bottom line the guy has a Sulky bad attitude which was evident at his protests outside Spurs HQ on deadline day do we really want another fiasco like this? If we were to sell ourselves to him it would be - 500k which would put WBA out of pocket which might get him excited and our reluctance to hold onto him if a bid did arise in the future due to our current predicament.
6.) 10 Jan 2017 13:39:29
I would have said that a move to a Non English Club would be a better move for him than a move to Stoke, (whether that was rangers or someone else) . He would go for £500,000 and could negotiate a signing on fee and a share of any future Sale Proceeds.
It would also be a better deal for his Agent!
If he signs for Stoke for say, £15m, then he will get 10% of the signing on fee. He could negotiate a deal with Rangers or anyone else outside of the English Leagues for a lot more!
If cash is important to him then that is a better deal than Stoke. If football is important then Stoke is equally illogical!
7.) 10 Jan 2017 14:59:30
Let's be realistic
There's no chance on earth berahino would sign for us.
We are in the market for loan players, for the simple reason we don't have the money.
So for anyone thinking there's a 1% chance he will sign for us is deluded.
24 Mar 2017 10:11:59
For all that criticize Dave King surely returning us to an operating profit for the first time in how long only underlines the fact he is doing a decent job, albeit small i'd rather be in this position than signing players at the expense of uncontrollable debt.
1.) 24 Mar 2017 11:02:48
Totally agree, I don't think how he has handled some situations has been ideal but if you look at the progress the club has made since he has taken over its been all but positive. Including on the park, We might not be contenders but that was always going to be a tough ask this season. Let's hope pedro gets a decent budget and can bring in some players to challenge the smelly lot next season.
2.) 24 Mar 2017 11:13:32
King hopefull that some form of resolution can be made with Ashley in order for a new kit launch next season -
3.) 24 Mar 2017 11:14:54
Fully agree and the board reflects the culture of the club. There are lots of critics of course and the delusional wanting middle eastern or Chinese billionaires taking over but we're in good hands with good common sense thinking and realistic ambitious targets.
4.) 24 Mar 2017 22:06:07
Whst is the hype about operating profit. The club made basically the same loss as this time last year. Lost £288k in 2015 to december, losr £238k to December 2016. The operating profit has improved by around £800k which is good but other costs of around £570k are just ignored. So another loss. So next season disposal of players will cost. Better players will cost. If Rangers don't qualify for Europe there will be a massive loss next season unless the Ashley problem is solved.
5.) 24 Mar 2017 23:47:09
Smoke and mirrors, season tickets anyone? Still can't see past the pr at this time of year!
24 Mar 2017 10:08:39
Decent enough player but should be aiming at least a little higher if we are to try close the gap next season.
24 Mar 2017 10:02:54
Why can't folk just type actual names, the amount of times i have to pause half way through to play the initials guessing game drives me nuts.
02 Mar 2017 10:19:56
And it will be Pedro Caixinha
23 Feb 2017 14:18:06
Bearsontour, a manager is not just there to motivate players as is your suggesting, utter dog meat of a comment.
17 Feb 2017 12:40:04
Seen him in Asda-Govan last night at the Bakery sale rail, Asked him about the speculation and he said he really couldn't comment he was only in for 10 pence deals on donuts.
10 Aug 2016 10:56:20
Agree with most of your team selection, personally i would drop Barrie for Forrester, Barrie has had something lacking the last couple of games and Forrester looks a lot more hungrier and merits a starting spot. What i think will be fielded on Saturday is (against my own opinion) : Foderingham, tavernier, Hill, Kiernan, Wallace, Barton, Rossiter, Halliday, O'Halloran, Miller, Mckay.