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11 Jul 2015 22:08:22
Ryan hardie promoted to senior team from youth set up for this season. Youth is getting it's chance at last. Best of luck to the kid. :-)

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1.) 11 Jul 2015 23:59:12
I can't be the only one who doesn't think he's that good. Hopefully MW will sign a pacey striker with an eye for goal. I don't think Ryan hardie is the answer to the goalscoring problems we have. I would put Clark and temps up top and give it a go


2.) 12 Jul 2015 13:24:03
Hardie deserves a shot but he is a squad player at best. Maybe he can develop but we can't rely on that.

Neither can we rely on Clark and Templeton, they have both been failures and have had plenty chances. Tempelton is frustrating as he has the talent but has wasted it.


3.) 12 Jul 2015 13:24:13
Have a word with yourself Love it, the kid broke into the 1st team under McCall and will be hoping to progress under Warburton and Weir and all you have to say is he's not good enough. How about keeping your negativity to yourself and give the kid a chance.


4.) 12 Jul 2015 14:06:06
good luck Ryan give it your all


5.) 12 Jul 2015 14:35:55
I agree with love it


6.) 13 Jul 2015 11:26:09
I think the boy lacks a bit of strength maybe that can be worked on in pre season but the boy has stacks of ability in my opinion


7.) 13 Jul 2015 18:44:02
Walsh, murdoch and sinammon also now officially first team players and no longer with youth squad.


8.) 13 Jul 2015 19:00:55
Better correct my last post before an art smarse does lol. By first team players I mean in the first team squad, not necessarily regular starters. ;-)


 

 

 

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26 Aug 2015 22:52:29
Just back from taking my eldest to his first game tonight. He loved it. Another good performance, halliday absolutely ran the show. Zelalem was tidy and linked well with oduwa and Wallace. Ball looked good again and tavernier goal was outstanding to wrap things up. Know Clark gets a lot of stick on here but took his goal well and his all round play was very good imo, didn't do much wrong at all and I think he will improve as season goes on. Same with shiels, talked zelalem through the game, worked hard and scored a decent goal too. Good to see hardie getting a run out also although he didn't do much tbf. The magic hat chants made my kid smile too lol. Happy household. :-)

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1.) 27 Aug 2015 09:59:56
Good stuff spart7,a good first game for your boy.He'll cherish the memory for the rest of his life.


 

 

26 Aug 2015 16:21:10
Team for tonight? Feeling he will ring the changes again so here's my guess.

Foderingham
Tavernier, ball, wilson, Wallace
Halliday, holt, zelalem
Oduwa, Clark, Walsh

Miller waghorn mackay kiernan law all on bench to start with.

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1.) 26 Aug 2015 19:23:35
Foderingham, Wallace, Kiernan, Ball, Tavernier, Halliday, Zelalem, Shiels, Oduwa, Clark, Waghorn.


 

 

 

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11 Mar 2017 15:37:24
Relax bear72. 100% that won't happen. Confirmed by the boys uncle (on another site) who took him to and from the last under 20's game. He might not stay with us long term but definitely not joining another Scottish club.

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07 Jan 2017 00:55:19
Tbf, tomusa, dembele was never close to being within our current price range. The fee was £500k which we could've afforded easily enough and we could also have agreed to him recieving a a healthy percentage of a future transfer fee as celtic have apparently done but we couldn't have matched his signing on fee (which I'm led to believe was hefty) or his reported £32k per week wages. Just not in our current ball park unfortunately. Celtic will receive a huge fee for him eventually imo but there won't be anywhere near as big a profit in it as we will be led to believe once he gets his cut etc.

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05 Jan 2017 22:45:56
I'm actually a certified sfa coach ecky so I do know a little bit about tactics etc, but it's pretty obvious to me and tbh wouldn't take much 'nous' to work out even if I wasn't. He's a right footed player playing (mostly) on the left wing. He's been chosen by his manager to play there instead of on the right where even I would expect him to whip balls in from if that was his position. If and when he does get to the left by-line he cuts back onto his right anyway and looks for a pass on the deck. He's not as 1 footed as waggy for example but he's not just going to swing at it with his left peg either, nor should he. Both full backs have licence to get forward at every opportunity and, to generate space for Wallace, mackay takes the full back inside then slides the ball through (that's the theory anyway and will be a managerial instruction) . However, our game plan is obvious to most teams we've faced and he's normally doubled up on (celtic had three on him a few times if you watch the game back) which affects both Wallace's runs (I know he wasn't playing but is the normal pairing) and limits mackay's forward options. Warburton has mentioned many times we have a focus on ball retention so at the start of the season he played square or backwards passes in that instance in order to follow his managers instruction and keep the ball. The 'get it up the park and play the second ball' fans amongst our support then gave him pelters for it. He lost his confidence and became far less effective. He's clearly learnt from that (remember it's only his first full season in the top league) and now instead of square passes he's taking on the two markers or pinging diagonal passes (BTW there isn't a better or more accurate passer in the league imho) to the right wing more often than not and has become far more effective again. He is the only player we have I'd be confident wouldn't be 'left behind' when better players eventually arrive. Krankjaer highlighted his potential when he was interviewed after his second day of training and I think he'd know a lot more about his ability than you or I. He's got an unbelievable first touch, great range of passing and the vision to go with it, excellent close control and blistering pace. He would absolutely thrive in a better team, not vanish within it. He's exactly the type of player I pay my money to see. We can agree to disagree though, one man's aguero can be another man's sebo etc. :-)

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05 Jan 2017 20:56:26
Wee ecky. Take it the Swedish international lustig is slow given he couldn't get near mckay at any time in the match? Can throw in celtic's three midfielders too since they couldn't catch him either when he ran 70 yards with the ball and they were sprinting flat out without it. he's got pace, and plenty of it. Honestly, some of the drivel on here about the lad boils my urine. He's ten assists already for the season in a team that clearly doesn't score enough goals. Wallace is next with 7 and for 6 of those barrie played Wallace in to cut it back for the goals. No end product? Are you actually being serious or just blinded to his attributes because he doesn't thunder into a tackle etc? As for delivery, at the risk of repeating myself ad infinatum, he isn't there to cross it into the box (even when we actually have anyone in the box which is rare), he's there to play through balls, retain possession or cut inside the full back and play Wallace in down the line. He's our best outfield player by a country mile. You're entitled to your opinion obviously but you've picked three attributes that you can't back up with evidence whatsoever. Try supporting the kid.

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15 Oct 2016 11:57:56
Fancy explaining your name mate? Is it 'hung one 88' or 'hun gone 88'? Either way, it ain't clever or funny, first one you're portraying yourself as sectarian, second one as a bigot. Which one is it? Certainly isn't 'banter' unless it's purely over exuberance on your behalf of course.

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07 May 2017 23:32:13
6 of the 10 outfield players that finished the match were 23 or under. 3 of them (beerman, bates and barjonas) have played less than a dozen first team games between them. Dodoo hasn't much more first team experience than that either. Windass, the oldest of the six, has been a backup at best all season and hardly played. Mackay, the most experienced, is still playing in his first full season in top flight football, which everyone too readily forgets.

We had another 2 teenage potential debutants on the bench. That has to be the youngest, least experienced rangers team to ever take to the field in a league match in our history. Let that sink in for a bit, all the critics on here, before roasting them for winning a football match despite playing as poorly as we have all season!

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30 Mar 2017 20:22:38
Garner hatrick and o'halloran for the other team. Garner getting a start Saturday maybe?

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18 Mar 2017 21:59:25
Tbf to the op Hooly I actually think we were much better today than we were in the cup game, albeit we didn't score as many. In the cup game Hamilton looked threatening and we had quite a few dodgy (lucky) moments. Today we were completely dominant and hardly gave them a sniff. We were so much better in numerous ways, tempo, pressing, mixing up our play, goalkeeper distribution, defensive awareness etc. It's the first time all season I've felt comfortable the whole way through the match. I really, really enjoyed that today.

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18 Mar 2017 21:57:07
Parky. Mckay just being on the pitch helped us win that game. Hamilton were set up specifically to keep him quiet since he absolutely destroyed them in the cup game. Because he was double (sometimes triple) marked Hamilton were lopsided giving tav and hyndman the freedom of ibrox down the right hand side. Yeah, he wasn't the best player on the park today but he's crucial for us and we looked poorer after he went off imo.

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08 Mar 2017 23:51:59
How can he say 'don't blame me for res11 failing' then go on to say we need big investment though? The resolution was going to produce the big investment he's calling for. Starting to think he's on ashley's payroll too, soundbites were awfully similar to the rubbish lambias spouted last week. If there's money in it for him.

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