06 Sep 2017 00:03:57
Michael O'Halloran is way above his station.
Aye you can be billy big boy running about in Perth every weekend when the shackles are off but he's had over a year to prove himself at Rangers and he hasn't done it.

Now he's decided to take the moral high ground and have a dig in the papers after scoring a couple goals - never Rangers class.

May be the unpopular opinion but for me the place is better off without playboy characters like O'Halloran, Forester and Kiernan.

1.) 06 Sep 2017
06 Sep 2017 04:42:35
Spot on mate. He's got pace but that's it. Easy enough scoring a few goals running on to things for st Johnstone against teams that are a wee bit more open but at rangers he had has his fair share of chances against teams who sit back and try to catch us on the break. Not good enough simple as that.

2.) 06 Sep 2017
06 Sep 2017 08:44:21

Playboy characters? I've not heard anything like that about either 3 you mention. Where exactly is your source for this? He has just responded to the fact that the manager went public in the paper and slagged him off. I don't think we are currently in a position to turn our noses up at any player who is currently playing well and scoring in the league. You criticise him for not scoring then you criticise him for scoring! Very balanced view you have

3.) 06 Sep 2017
06 Sep 2017 09:05:03
dont think Jorge is criticising him for scoring goals tbh. more for his attitude, an attitude he most likely displayed at the club and affected the dressing room with. players don't get banished and turned out so hard unless there are serious issues. he represents all that was wrong with our club, average player, taking a wage and giving it big licks that he was a big shot rangers player without putting in the work and due care our great club deserves

4.) 06 Sep 2017
06 Sep 2017 09:36:23
I agree with sparky he had to come out and defend himself at some point, although in my opinion MOH had enough chances to impress and for me he never really took them and Rangers was far to big a step for him like most of warburtons signings, but that's just my opinion 🇬🇧

5.) 06 Sep 2017
06 Sep 2017 10:07:24
Agree Jack Union. MOH might well not be Rangers class but PC was classless in openly slagging him off.

In fact, is PC Rangers class is the more important question.

6.) 06 Sep 2017
06 Sep 2017 11:31:17
How is he, the guy is stating his experiences with pedro and so would I being treated like that.

7.) 06 Sep 2017
06 Sep 2017 11:37:44
mnager didn't slag him off people listen to what he said .
he said MOH isn't his type of player and that is okay bacause while he was still here all you people that want him back said he was a waste of money i don't remember last season more than one or two wanting him to get game time but now he is scoring for them he is a legend again get a grip guys

8.) 06 Sep 2017
06 Sep 2017 11:53:20
exactly. the mess we were in last year and folk that slated the dross then are pining for MOH, hill and all the other has beens

9.) 06 Sep 2017
06 Sep 2017 12:22:26
Peds no one said he was a legend aye he's scoring goals that's great, i'm on about his first hand experience with PC. don't worry when he gets the boot I will be the first to remind you how much you hung out his farter.

10.) 06 Sep 2017
06 Sep 2017 13:42:05
Michael O'Halloran, The Scottish premier Player Of The Month, should still be at Ibrox scoring goals. It's a pity Caixinha couldn't get the best out of him the way that Tommy Wright Is doing at St. Johnstone. The decision To Let him go is Just one Of The Many Mistakes that he's Made.

Surely he can't Continue with embarrassing Himself and rangers, When Almost all the players he let go are banging in the goals right, left and centre every week, yet his £2.2 million signing Carlos Pena can't get a game, What on earth Is that all about? For me Pedro's time is up. surely he's got to go, and the sooner the better.

11.) 06 Sep 2017
06 Sep 2017 14:36:45
Im not a big fan of MOH but i think he's entitled to have a go after the way Pedro publicly put him out to dry

12.) 06 Sep 2017
06 Sep 2017 16:25:07
the way he hung the club out to dry refusing to play for the reserves?

13.) 06 Sep 2017
06 Sep 2017 17:05:15
Wasn't good enough to cut it at rangers so that's all that needs to be said about him. If he want to run his trap in the papers so be it but at the end of the day we where and still are paying him a very good amount of money for sweet F all so definitely agree with PC on this one!

14.) 06 Sep 2017
06 Sep 2017 17:07:47
MOH Is not good enough for rangers and we should be working to move him on. Pedro should not have said on such blunt terms he has no future at Ibrox, makes Pedro appear unprofessional.

15.) 07 Sep 2017
07 Sep 2017 05:49:11
Pedro badly mishandled this one. Simple as daaa

16.) 07 Sep 2017
07 Sep 2017 08:48:57

Can you explain the term giving it big licks? What exactly are you referring to?

17.) 07 Sep 2017
07 Sep 2017 11:44:51
Perdu is a poor man's Mourinho. It's fine coming out before a game stating how an opponent are going to set up and play so long as you don't then get gubbed. If you can't walk the walk etc. and Perdu can't walk the walk. His dealing with the O'Halloran is arrogant and has probably lost the club money in what they can get for him when he is sold on.

18.) 07 Sep 2017
07 Sep 2017 11:40:00
@easypeasy - the last 2 managers couldn't get the best out of these players, the same players who were criticised by plenty on here. He's turned Windass around who was poor last season but is doing better this season but no praise for Pedro on this matter.

19.) 07 Sep 2017
07 Sep 2017 12:21:52
easypeasy you don't half talk some phish bhoy. If MOH had been scoring regularly at Rangers, he'd still be there, and your desperate banging on about Pedro having to go, leads me to believe you're a bit feart he's going to be a success.

20.) 07 Sep 2017
07 Sep 2017 12:31:52
Miller has come out in today's press defending Pedro's training methods so MOH is talking Tom Kite! Or are some on here with an agenda against the manager still going to believe the imposter that is is MOH?

21.) 07 Sep 2017
07 Sep 2017 14:39:47
Union, don't be so naive. People sometimes don't tell the truth. Do you really believe that Miller would say anything other than that while he is involved in the team. What do you think would have happened if he had said the opposite? A big cuddle from Perdu or a cold shoulder?
I don't know whether Perdu's training methods are good or bad, but I wouldn't take a comment from a player involved in the squad as being FACT.

22.) 07 Sep 2017
07 Sep 2017 15:36:32
Why do you keep calling him Perdu?

23.) 08 Sep 2017
08 Sep 2017 11:40:46
Because I think he is a lost soul in the Ibrox spotlight.

24.) 10 Sep 2017
10 Sep 2017 08:48:37
@STYAB- and yet you are naive enough to take the word of a player kicked out the squad for not being good enough?