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28 Jul 2014 00:22:52
Murray Davidson will be joining gers if they are able to put together a contract offering but are looking to offload fringe players first, 2 year contract £4, 500 for for first season basic then doubling to a total of £9,000 if we make it to the premier, what do fellow ger
s fans think? Would you have him in the side etc?

Alex1972

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Well he was good enough to get into the international squad, he certainly has the cv but i'm not really sure we need him. at present, I would have thought a right back was high priority.
dont know where the info is coming from regards wages, sounds like opinion to me rather than fact.

wee bill

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28 Jul 2014 12:18:05
he's only been offered a short term contract with st johnstone so he can prove his fitness as they suspect he hasn't recovered fully from a recent injury and suspect future problems so I would be steering clear. especially at those wages and the fact that our boys seem to regularly pick up injuries

smith0069

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Don't need him, we need a right back and that is all we need

eezyeez

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I'd rather a real attacking midfield player someone who can see a pass and run at the defence all afternoon. I don't think he's any better than law and McLeod so no point.

GovanFront7

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Better aff with Murray walker

stiv65

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26 Jul 2014 13:52:11
just a thought - murray davidson is only signed up at st johnstone until august? would he fit the bill if ally can still sign a midfielder?

wee bill

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26 Jul 2014 16:16:19
is he any good?

tommy45

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26 Jul 2014 20:20:06
murray davidson is not good enough for rangers he is to similar to nicky law and other midfielder's we have. I would love to see burkey back at ibrox a wide player with flare and pace instead of ally sticking a defender in a wide position it is going to be a long hard season I fear. ed while I am on have you heard anything about the investigation into duff and phelps handling of the administration its been a while since we heard anything. and if it is found they acted illegaly would it make any difference to the current rangers board.

jamesmcdee

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Why do u say that every player we sign will double in wages when we get back to the premiership when it is simply untrue?

Wee Cubby

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I never said all players I said Murray Davidson that comes to 1 player

Alex1972

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22 Jul 2014 00:10:39
I know this gets said every transfer window but heard from a few guys now and it is that Peter lovenkrands COULD be on his way back I don't believe it myself but it is a rumours page so her you are

Disco95

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I think it's not so much as if he fits the bill and more going by yesterday's news of another financial adviser coming on board of can we afford him. The talk yesterday was of getting rid of player either one way or another, I sense no more signings this transfer window!

Bongo

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That's all we need the return of BAMBI he's only played about 4 games in the last 2 seasons with BIrmingham

Bongo

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27 Jul 2014 10:13:10
lovenkrands would be of no ue to us after all he only played abot 6 or 7 god games for us then deserted for the lure of more cash

wull61

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I'm pritty sure he was told he could leave and he wasn't getting his wages matched he was to have to take a cut to stay and he felt he wasn't wanted

Alex1972

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Lovenkrands will not return ever end of debate

stiv65

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I can tell you he is DEFINITELY coming back to live in Glasgow asap so its not too impossible to believe.

flavour78

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Flavour yeah I heard he was house hunting aswell but it will probably be to join hearts or hibs especially since they are supposedly overall matching our wages now lmao

Alex1972

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25 Jul 2014 17:15:25
phillip nash appointed to the rangers board with immediate effect

alaska

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Alaska I seen that on another link I just think charieboy must want more friends on beard as I've read elsewhere the beard are split probably on bonus payments not bieng enough eh

tmwnn

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24 Jul 2014 13:18:35
Scott Allan going to hibs

magooba

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Surely we aren't interested in him or he feels he won't get a game cause we must be able to at least match hibs offer? Worrying times fellow bears am afraid

Alex1972

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He was to young for mccoists team.

Mcc the knife

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19 Jul 2014 11:46:17
ross perry to sign for raith rovers today

alaska

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Who even cares he was dreadful anyway

stiv65

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Like all the young players who have left under Ally, we should now see Perry push on, now he`ll be getting a better level of coaching and more game time me thinks

bluebeard

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Always thought he looked a good young player when big Davie Weir was along side him (but then again few of them got away with that)

bil72

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Which young players have "pushed on" then? Would it be the right back who struggles to get a game for Annan? Please, enlighten us who you mean.

As for Perry, never good enough and I reckon he will struggle at Raith

JonnoSTB

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16 Jul 2014 17:52:24
scott gallagher has left the club source ally mccoist

alaska

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17 Jul 2014 06:58:51
rangers to rename govan stand in memory of the legend sandy jardine who sadly passed away earlier this year. this will be effective from 10th august finally the board have done something right.

jamesmcdee

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18 Jul 2014 18:48:50
He is off to Tynecasle

struth

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16 Jul 2014 10:06:28
rangers turn down a 2nd bid for mohsni but baiyas sorts club say they will be back with a 3rd bid

alaska

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Take the money!

SASB64

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I would get shot of him, I just don't think he is good enough to play in this division this season he just about got away with it last year I think rangers are to big a club for him, I think we would be lucky to get 100k for him anyway but he would free up wages

copland-rd-1

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17 Jul 2014 07:02:29
ed if these reports are true that protests are to be staged outside parkhead on the night of the opening ceremony of the commonwealth games then what do you make of this. in my opinion it would be wrong to do this simply because it has nothing to do with the games and will put a bad light on what should be a fantastic games for glasgow. I know that fan's are upset at what's going on and I can understand but let's not protest at an event that has nothing to do with football. only my opinion I am sure other's won't agree which they are entitled to. thanks for allowing me to post on site.

jamesmcdee

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17 Jul 2014 07:02:29
ed if these reports are true that protests are to be staged outside parkhead on the night of the opening ceremony of the commonwealth games then what do you make of this. in my opinion it would be wrong to do this simply because it has nothing to do with the games and will put a bad light on what should be a fantastic games for glasgow. I know that fan's are upset at what's going on and I can understand but let's not protest at an event that has nothing to do with football. only my opinion I am sure other's won't agree which they are entitled to. thanks for allowing me to post on site.

jamesmcdee

{Ed039's Note - I am 100% in agreement with you mate, right behind you on this point)

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19 Jul 2014 03:57:11
I hadn't heard about these protests but have to 100% agree- don't do it! How to win friends and influence people- NOT!
Who on earth comes up with these "ideas" whose only effect will be to further reduce the standing of the club and its supporters in a lot of people's minds?

nbear

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15 Jul 2014 21:20:10
Has anyone heard what other names are in the frame to become our new director of football after christian nerlinger turned us down?I've heard a whisper that scot gardiner the ex dundee chief executive is the favourite, I was also hearing our former dutch left back arthur numan is very much in the frame also

Gazza8

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15 Jul 2014 19:53:30
I've heard that the club mohsni is wanted by are going to go back in for him. Sources close to the club believe they will try again is what I read. If they go higher, I don't know what the bid is but I think we should accept it and begin the clear out.

MylesDonald

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If we get a good enough offer he should be allowed to go he's an accident waiting to happen. Get all the fringe players out and get a deal sorted for a creative central midfielder

Bear471

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Yeah I agree. I watched the game last night and the ball just seemed to get passed back to the defenders and nobody wanted to take a player on or maybe a through ball to the strikers. Very flat football so a playmaker is needed. Foster desperately needs replaced.

MylesDonald

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I agree, Moshni looked great at first and still is but he makes a lot of school boy errors and is just to risky with the ball. McGregor and Zaliukas is solid enough and have better experience in the SPFL. Also we still have McCulloch for back up. BUT FOSTER NEEDS REPLACED

eezyeez

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15 Jul 2014 09:14:39
abu dhabi based baiyas sports club have failed with a bid for rangers star biliel mohsni

alaska

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If over 500,000 I would take it, think he will get found out this season

Mcc the knife

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15 Jul 2014 13:20:06
Rangers Star???
Total circus act, get him a plane ticket and drive him to the airport,

tommy45

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Star?

Ted_Jons Pal

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I doubt selling the big yin would turn to many heads. also free up some wages? would like to see another attacking mid-fielder tbh

ALDO1

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Hope the big star rejects any move away

Lexlau

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Absolute bombscare of a centre back Just sell um!

GovanFront7

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I'm going to be frank & totally honest here and remember guys this is only my opinion, as a rangers season ticket holder all my life I'm entitled to that, I personally think regarding big bilel mohsni there's most definitely a player in there, if big mohsni sticks to defending he is a decent centre half, if he cuts out this thought he has of trying to beat one player too many he'll do just fine

Gazza8

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14 Jul 2014 12:19:05
scott gallagher has requested for his contract to be ripped up after rangers offered simonsen another contract gallagher is fuming at this. you heard it here first. WATP

simplythebest54

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It's an absolute joke that simonsen has been signed again when Gallacher is still there he's every bit as good as bell and still young. As usual McCoist overlooks youth it's becoming a joke!!

Bear471

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If this turns out to be true then I can't blame the lad, he is a good young Goalkeeper. We should be looking after our young players as they are our future. Even our young payers seem to realise they won't get a chance under McCoist. Best of luck to the lad whatever happens.

Wullie

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14 Jul 2014 17:33:20
Folk should really look at the stats in terms of youth being given a chance instead of jumping on the press bandwagon. How many youth players you wanting on the park at one time? what successful team relies on youth to win league titles?

ALDO1

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Don't think Gallagher is in Ally's plans, he seems to prefer Simonson and young Kelly! personally think after this season Kelly will be No. 2 next season.

LeeBoy12

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And! Who cares? And what's all this, uck that's ally again, not going with youth! Get a life man, go with your best players no matter what age, he can't b that good, if he wants to leave rangers, well bye bye! A real professional footballer, would either get the head down and work harder to get into the team, or go banging on ally's door asking what's happening, end of! Ano it's a rumours webpage, but some folk just don't think before they speak, Glasgow rangers is the best club in the world, and nearly 90% of the fans would play there for nothing, or give there everything just to b involved in such a brilliant club! Get off ally's back with this youth crap, your reading them daft papers too much!

Colin macdonald

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Gallacher is 25 not exactly a youth player

Lexlau

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Aldo a team called manchester united won the league with a squad of youngsters ime sure youve heard of them they play in the premier league in england maybe try it on google lol

tmwnn

{Ed001's Note - not they did not! They had 3 youngsters in the team as a normal, but it wasn't a squad of youngsters at all, it is a myth. The likes of Schmeichel, Irwin, Cantona, Pallister and Bruce were the mainstay of that team, not one of those were in any way young. If you want to check, even the Man Utd players from the time said the same on that Alan Hansen documentary you could probably get on iPlayer.}

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Listen to some of you. Whining and moaning about a less than average player potentially leaving us because he won't be sitting on the bench every game this season. And there it is again, "ally overlooking youth". Just shut up. Look up our youth players statistics over the last two seasons and compare them to other clubs in Europe. We've given half our youth team chances to shine. The best ones have stuck in a made over 50 appearances. Some of you have to wake up and realise that not every player under-25 player we have is capable of playing for the first team.

DeanoMack

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DeanoMack who is this post aimed at?

simplythebest54

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To the people in this post saying stop jumping on the press bandwagon can you see anyone in this post who has said give the youth a chance all I said was gallagher wasnt happy about this. So Get a grip.

simplythebest54

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Tmwnn I think Ed001 has pretty much got this one lol so no need to reply.

ALDO1

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Well in the press, the same press that hounded us out of the SPL with the rest of the halfwits jumping onto the HMRC bandwagon, KEEPS STATING how bad it is because ally won't play a team full of youngest, well for the folk out there that knows their football, that's just not possible, especially for a team the size of rangers, so my post was a dig at the folk reading the press, then coming on here saying what the papers r saying, oh y is ally not playing youth, he is, the best young lads up there r getting there chance, and everytime we bring in a new player over the age of 26, it's a case of, aww where's the youngest, let's hound ally!! Geez piece, we want to c the likes of Boyd and miller up there, sells books and tickets, plus they'r both cracking players!! Get aff the youth bandwagon please, it's pathetic, if your good enough your in, end of, naw because your 19 years of age, if your good enough!

Colin macdonald

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ED001 I saw that documentary and thought Hansen came over very well. I must admit to being surprised at the argument that it was really the experienced players who pulled the team through but not being a follower of any team down south I wouldn't argue with that.
However having done a bit of googling in tmwnn's defense there does appear to be times when 6 youngsters appeared in the side at the same time- Giggs, Scholes, Beckham, Gary and Phil Neville and Nicky Butt.
Now probably over the majority of the season there were more experience players than youngsters in the side but as far as I know Man U have never been in Administration or Liquidation.

Our model is not sustainable and youngsters are more affordable but as always it is getting the correct blend of youth and experience but ideally affordable experience.
With a footballing budget of £7million in part time leagues the accounts confirm something nearer Fergie's mix than Ally's mix is the better model for a club who are as completely skint as we are.

Nbear

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Aldo1 have a look at the reply from nbear I rest my case chears nbear my friend

tmwnn

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It's persons like deanomac so called supporters that need to shut up and face the facts we're skint and have good enough youth to get us back to where we belong

Bear471

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Tmwnn ok so you suggest we play 6 youth players out of our starting 11?

ALDO1

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No ALDO1 he is not because we do not have young players of that quality or at least we don't think we have players of that quality but if Ally never gives them a start even after stating that is what he was going to do last season as soon as the league was won we won't ever know for sure.
Dundee United give young Charie Telfer a 3 year contract but Ally doesn't give him a game but then says "United have signed a gem" Where is the logic in that- your correct there is absolutely no logic in that statement and utterly contradictory action.
If he was a "gem" which some of us who saw him a number of times for Gordon Durie's teams agree with shouldn't he have been given a chance when the league was won?

It's all about opinions but we are all bears at the end of the day. You like Ally as a manager some of us don't but telling fellow bears with a different opinion to shut up is schoolboy bully cr@p. Let's grow up eh?

Nbear

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Nbear In my first post I stated that no team can win titles relying on youth & the reply I got was a smart ar. se comment about how Man United winning the English Premiership with youth which is total nonsense & not even getting into it.

As for YOUR opinion on Charlie Telfer only time will tell how good the boy is but if it came down to money then i'm pretty sure Rangers would have kept him if we really wanted too unless there was an underlying issue with the player & management team.

I also did not claim to like or dislike Ally McCoist as a Manager. i'm happy with the players he has brought in so far & in MY opinion I would like to see another attacking mid-fielder added. tactically last night was all wrong regardless of pitch conditions, We should not be getting beaten 3-1 by an amateur team, BOTTOM LINE! So in my eyes McCoist has an aweful lot to prove this season.

As for the last part of your enlightenment I told no one to shut up but was interested in where Tmwnn was going with it, a discussion between two fellow rangers fans so no need for anyone to grow son

ALDO1

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Scott Gallagher in talks with Hearts

simplythebest54

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Aldo1 I've just got back to this page but where I was going with playing youngsters was they are cheaper but my main point was mccoist is offloading young players in order to get older players in players that have no sell on value and will retire from football once rangers tell them they have no place at ibrox also ally making comments like he WAS a gem after allowing telfer to walk away I and many other supporters would rather have spent time in the lower leagues as apposed to needing a complete first team on our return to the top league

tmwnn

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For me its about getting back to Premiership as soon as possible, challanging Celtic & competing in your Europe, Once Rangers are back in the Premiership only then we can start building a team for the league & Europe, in my opinion lower league football ain't pretty & a million miles away from football played on the continent therefore young players that show promise should be bled into Scotland's top division not the lower leagues purely for their benefit at the expense of the Clubs. Rangers need Europe & the old firm to boost revenue. The young players who have been involved the last few years I think show some promise, McLeod, Aird, Crawford even Gallacher at the tail end of last season & I hope to see a few more young players getting a chance this season.

As for young Telfer as I said in my previous post I don't believe its as cut & dry as its made out, I certainly don't believe Dundee United have a better 'pull' on younger players on than Rangers.

The signings of Miller & Boyd are purely 'Horses for courses' experienced players knows and understands what it takes to win titles for Rangers & score goals for Rangers

ALDO1

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Aldo so if we win premotion and go back to top league where is the money going to come from to challenge celtic are you one of these people that think the board have got somebody lined up to invest 50 million haha these guys won't invest 50 pence unless its to buy another 50 penny shares its not getting to the top that's tough its staying there

tmwnn

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TMWNN of course I'm not. The cash comes from the same pot Celtic have been getting to themselves the past few seasons. The Champions League! That's where we have to be! Not wallowing in the lower leagues waiting on youngsters blossom - This also makes the club far more attractive to young foreign players - who you can then sale on for a profit

ALDO1

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Aldo what makes you think we will finish high enough in top league to qualify for europe cause if we reach top league half our squad will be to old and the other other half will be to young with no experience

tmwnn

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TMWNN We have second biggest wage budget in the country at our disposal, if we aren't challenging with a budget like that then we there's something far wrong.

ALDO1

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Aldo how you can't see that there is something far wrong with how our club is being run at present is really unbelievable c'mon mate

tmwnn

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TMWNN Of course there's something far wrong but I just don't agree with how you think the team should be managed in terms of developing youth & signings, that's all. I would never support the current board based on the past 12months. what I will support is the current team. On paper we should win the Championship no problem! regardless of Hibs & Hearts challenging. If McCoist is unable to deliver this season then its maybe time for someone else at the helm.

ALDO1

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Aldo1 I will also support the team as its a bug but I will never support the robbers currently milking us dry so I will be supporting the team from the comfort of my armchair

tmwnn

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13 Jul 2014 10:23:57
According to some press reports Nerlinger has knocked back the position he was offered at Rangers.
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11 Jul 2014 16:34:44
simonsen and zaliukas have signed

alaska

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If I was gallacher I leave what chance does he have under ally ( I like auld players) mccoist

Mcc the knife

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11 Jul 2014 18:41:44
What's the point in leaving Gallacher as a back up when he can be sent out to gain first team experience elsewhere? Simonsen will make a handful of appearances this year. Those appearances would hardly progress the career of Gallacher.

DeanoMack

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Another wage we could have saved

Mcc the knife

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Gallagher will ask for his contract to be ripped up this week and you can't blame the guy.

simplythebest54

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11 Jul 2014 16:15:41
Zaliukas just signed a two year contract with the bear.
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r.f

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11 Jul 2014 14:06:19
Marius zaliukas has sign 2year deal on tv. Well done man

Johngers

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10 Jul 2014 14:58:32
Don Cowie signs for wigan.

G4ry

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08 Jul 2014 17:32:15
Seemingly rangers have offered marius zaliukas a one year contract with another year option which effectively could make this a two year deal, his wages are supposedly structured that he gets 4k a week for his first year & if we get promoted to the premiership he doubles his wages to 8k a week, there's no doubt big zal is good, very solid centre half

Gazza8

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Not saying we don't need a centre half but as i've said on the financial page we needed to get a loan to get us through last season, and all we hear is ally saying " I think there's a few quid still in the budget". Andy Little and Ross Perry are the only players I know that have left and I can't see their wages covering the wages off the 3 players that have all ready come in. As I have been saying for the last 2 years we need to walk before we run and I think the players from last season would have walked this league even with hearts and hibs. We all like signing players but we have to be ecomonic with the resources we have not risk our future to cover ally managerial abilities

mullad

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A good player and it is a position we need to look at but the amount of wages we are paying out is concerning- not just for this deal but for all the players we have! i'm sure there are players out there that will be just as good and cheaper.

Gordym

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07 Jul 2014 17:50:00
I have heard the same rumour now from 3 different unrelated people from different parts of the uk! Frank Lampard being lined up as player manager for SPL return. This may be brought forward if a move to the U. S fails to materialise. Just like to know if anyone else has heard similar?

BallochBlue

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I know this is a rumours website. but really!!fwhahaha

Bigcol1872

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What form of medication are you on!

david c

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Dear oh dear

Tompo88

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07 Jul 2014 21:28:17
ed where do you find these guy's I tell you there is more chance of ufo's flying over ibrox than there is frank lampard playing there. panto season has come early this year lol.

jamesmcdee

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Worst rumour I've ever heard and whoever the joker is that posted it should be embarrassed with how ridiculous it is

stiv65

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Haha, good one!

DeanoMack

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Lampard is a lifelong Gers fan, so wouldn't rule it out.

LanarkshireGer32

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What do you mean worst rumour you've heard. I think it took guts for this guy to write this stupidity on here. Well in mate that's a belter.

Stu87

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Totally true - I would rather live in Govan than New York too!

gmartin8

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Like our board it's an embarrassment fabricated lie from another keyboard warrior who hasn't a clue about rangers and oh yeah forgot because lampard likes rangers not a lifelong fan just has a soft spot for us fact he must be coming to us get a grip

stiv65

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Wow they just keep on worse I doubt very much lampard has ever even thought about supporting rangers and you prefer govan to new york you off your rocker. seriously the heat outside must be getting to these people's heads. oh well may the panto season continue I suppose.

jamesmcdee

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I think Scolari is looking for a new job lol

agbroxi

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Rig, need to renew my season ticket on the strength of this rumour. Belter.

WeeMan WeeMan

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This is the best "rumour" iv'e heard for years. no. 1 I don't think Frank will have any problems closing a deal in America or anywhere else on the planet. no2 why would he even consider coming hete next year when our club can't even see 6 months ahead at the moment never mind a whole year

copland-rd-1

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07 Jul 2014 09:33:11
Any news on Ismael Bouzid?

Stu87

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I've heard that mccoist will only sign one of either zaliukas or bouzid, he'll most definitely make zaliukas his no. 1 centre half signing target over bouzid although bouzid can also play right back and would be better than any right back we currently have at rangers, so maybe we should sign him also for our rb position

Gazza8

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05 Jul 2014 21:52:29
Rangers are keen on young Norwegian Andreas vindheim who has also been linked with arsenal source ssn

Seeebbbooo

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Great scouting system, wait at the airport until P Houston, or Celtics new chief scout, arrives back from a spying mission, and ask him who he`s been watching this week.

then kid us on we are in with a chance of signing a youngster, Arsenal Celtic and a host of championship clubs are chasing.

with Rangers current youth policy Vindheim wouldn't touch us with a bargepole. get real seebbbooo.

bluebeard

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06 Jul 2014 22:20:56
Now fairs, fair Bluebeard the OP is nearly correct he is only missing one word and an apostrophe s.
The correct story is "Rangers are keen on young Norwegian Andreas Vindheim's faither"

Nbear

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03 Jul 2014 19:49:41
Its just been announced that don cowie has turned down the chance to stay at cardiff city, cowie will now choose between rangers, blackburn rovers & watford as his next destination, he's a terrific midfielder who'd walk into our midfield but I honestly don't think we can afford him wages wise, unfortunately for us I think he'll stay in the english championship and sign for either blackburn or watford, alas, you can't win them all!

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04 Jul 2014 07:57:45
have to agree gazza8 good player but if truth be told we can't afford him or the rest of the players we signed this year after the 9 from last season,please don't say but we are rangers remember we had to borrow £1.5m just to feb wages. As I've said many times on the financial page we need to walk before we run not buy league to hide ally management abilities

mullad

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04 Jul 2014 12:14:25
Guys we can't afford him, but that's not stopped us going ahead and signing someone before. I wouldn't write this one off. I heard the boys keen to bring his young family back to Scotland.

nothingbutthestruth

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There could be a chance as cowie is a blue nose. not a big chance but as boyd says as a rangers fan its hard to turn down rangers.

bellshilllad83

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03 Jul 2014 04:02:57
We will sign Ivan Sproule from Linfield with Dean Shiels going the other way

bigbadmohsni

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03 Jul 2014 14:53:38
Worst rumours ever.

NothingButTheStruth

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That is a very scary thought but thankfully not true

gp

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What planet are you from?

Bear471

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Ivan sproule absolutely laughable lies

stiv65

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02 Jul 2014 11:26:09
TV saying marius zaliukas is on trail with rangers after his contract at his previous club was terminated

toasterrfc

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How many central defenders do we need?

ALDO1

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02 Jul 2014 13:42:25
We do need a good centre back with experience. McCulloch was caught out to often with pace last year. I think we need a new left back and our defence will look ok for next season.

nothingbutthestruth

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So you don't reckon lee wallace is any good at left back then you must be off your rocker he is argubly our best player. we need a couple of new wingers if anything and a new midfielder as black is rank rotten and nicky law is over-rated we need someone to play beside mcleod in the middle of the park

jamesmcdee

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Left back? Think you meant right back pal. Foster couldn't kick a door open.

MylesDonald

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A new left back? You must be having a giggle.

DeanoMack

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02 Jul 2014 16:31:49
I agree with jamesmcdee, we need a midfielder, particularly a playmaker. Umfortunately our manager is too inept to make changes. Personally I would get rid of players like mcculloch and daly who are part of the reason for such dross football. Big and physical, but little pace or quality.

david c

{Ed039's Note - We have a playmaker who is more than capable at this level, unfortunately keeping Dean Shiels injury free is the problem)

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My apologies I did mean right back. Chill out boys jeez you sound like the great unwashed.

nothingbutthestruth

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I hope we get a bit more from nicky Law this season. need more creativity in the there!

ALDO1

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03 Jul 2014 08:51:04
I agree with Nicky Law comment. I watched the USA V Belgium match and while watchign the boy Bradley come back collect the ball out of defence and spread the ball about I though this is what Nicky Law did at the start of last season and needs the room to start doing again. Wehn playing alongside Mcleod he could alongside Black with Black trying to push forward Nicky's natural reaction is to move in to the holding role. Black stiffles the midfield creativity.

nothingbutthestruth

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02 Jul 2014 17:56:14
Dean shiels a playmaker, r u havin a laugh ed?

david c

{Ed039's Note - what else is he? He is the most creative player in the squad)

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01 Jul 2014 20:01:23
We will not even get Cowie, more money in England for him, shame he's a decent player, I would rather have had Scott Allen though but he's on trial with Derby

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01 Jul 2014 18:30:43
Marius zaliukas has terminated his contract at Leeds and is now a free agent, was heavily linked with a move to rangers last year and spent some time on trial, mccoist is likely still interested in him if we can't get cuellar or bougherra, and would likely rather have zaliukas than bouzid

jigglesrfc

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I'm just shocked that anyone realistically believes that Cuellar or Bougherra would be interested in Joining a first division football club, which is in an equatable dire financial situation to that of February 2012. These players will commanded 5k a week, which is just not supportable. Any true fan with sense must accept that throwing more money down the drain will only result in a quicker collapse of the club. Rangers are no longer a Scottish football super power. Teams like Aberdeen could out spend rangers as it stands.

anhonestperspective

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No they couldn't as it stands

Lexlau

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I'm pretty sure McInnes was recently quoted as saying Aberdeen couldn't match Rangers financially regarding Kris Boyd

gram

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"Teams like Aberdeen could out spend rangers as it stands" Are you for real? With regards to the Boyd deal, even sheep manager Derek Mcinnes admitted that they could'nt compete with Rangers financially. If aberdeen were in the championship or lower like we were, they wouldn't have players the class of Boyd, Miller, Wallace, Bell and Law in their team. Surely no way that we'll get near to signing Cuellar or Boughera though.

Thommo72

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Woud like Marius zaliukas could be a key player if he plays at his top mark jig might not cut it all season so he might be good to go with bombscare moshni or hopefully bougherra

paisley bear

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Zaliukas no way he was shocking last year for Leeds!!

Bear471

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Scott Alan would be great but his wages would be a problem as he's too young to take a huge wage cut

Bear471

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01 Jul 2014 09:24:17
Hi Ed I'm new to this page do you know of any interest in boughera I watched him in the World Cup he still looks a class act?

Bear471

{Ed001's Note - he does have a few offers on the table, I don't know of any from Scotland, but he does have a couple from England, Ipswich apparently are one.}

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Hes link with ranger and sheffield wedensday

stevielad

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He's not linked with Rangers in real life. the media have linked him with Rangers to sell papers. Let's look at it as football fans - English championship or division one Scotland?

anhonestperspective

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He'll obviously sign for an English club, the division one scotland bit isn't an issue though. Rangers are obviously no ordinary div one club but an spl club playing in the championship and a club very close to Bougherra's heart. It won't be enough though.

Thommo72

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Anhonestperspectiv I seen your post about us can't match aberdeen money wise and you shot yourself in the foot boyd now this post english championship or scottish league one scottish league one is now the scottish championship have you been sleeping for a couple of years or are you an englisman

tmwnn

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29 Jun 2014 19:45:58
Rangers have terminated R Perry contract by mutual consent.
It is official

http://www.rangers.co.uk/news/headlines/item/7097-perry-to-leave-club

Shame.

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30 Jun 2014 14:03:30
Hi Ed everyone has had their opinion on wether or not boyd and miller should be back at rangers but we have not heard your opinion it would be interesting to know wether or not you think they should be back at ibrox. for my opinion I think when we have no money as it is we should not be bringing big earners in there is plenty of younger talented players who could have been brought in and would have done the job for us. I just as I stated on another post think these signings are going to be funded by the sale of lee wallace who is our best player and I also fear a bid maybe accepted for young lewis mcleod. I like ally and have backed him on here for a long time now but he has got it wrong in bringing boyd and miller back.

jamesmcdee

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30 Jun 2014 22:10:50
Both boyd and miller are fantastic signings m8 just what we need to get back to the prem, u must remember we need to get back there as soon as possible, boyd is a proven scoring machine, and Kenny will run all day and score a lot too, all this talk about youngsters was fine 2 yrs ago but now it's the nitty gritty, we must win, not play weans and finish 4th, we must win the league, and personally I think both are great signings, and if Wallace goes fair enough, we have re, invented him as the best in Britain? Good player, not the best by a long shot, and i'd rather have 40 goals a season than a decent left back
Tommy

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Tommy I think you don't get my point I am making we cannot afford these players they will be on to high wages we should be keeping the wage bill down. this current board seem intent on driving us into a dire situation again I really do fear for the season ahead. I believe boyd was only brought in to try and get more season ticket's sold. all this talk as well about souness and kennedy I don't believe for one moment this is true kennedy does not have the financial power needed to oust the board from it's position.

jamesmcdee

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29 Jun 2014 18:02:00
Hi guy Ross Perry has left the club. Bougherra to I sign after the world cup.

nothingbutthestruth

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29 Jun 2014 13:11:56
Pub talk last night as aberdeen missed out on Boyd strong hint that they are to put a bid in for daly.
any thoughts on this bears?
r. f

r.f

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I would like to see Daly stay to be honest. with Boyd, Miller, Daly & Clarke I feel this gives us plenty of cover & are able to mix it up also

ALDO1

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Nbts no chance

wull61

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Rf no chance sober up

wull61

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First of all I thought yes please, but thinking about it, he scores goals for us and even to use him as a more often super sub would be quite ideal I think. Clarke needs to up his game next season.

eezyeez

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Not a chance

Stewie

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