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28 Sep 2016 20:45:27
I see another 1 million shares purchased in Rangers today ( 3 seep rate tranches)

Anyone know who is buyingThis totals 2.5 Million shares in the last week with 6 separate transactions.

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28 Sep 2016 22:01:07
Or who is selling? What price are they changing hands at?

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28 Sep 2016 22:08:44
27.5p per share which is the apparent going rate.

Yep who is selling it seems difficult to find this information out.

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28 Sep 2016 22:11:05
Gonna say this once and once only and i'm pretty sure most gers would agree, for the love of god speed king michael o'halloran better start this week i'm sick and fed up with warburton not playin the best from the start and instead pickin all the brown noses or teachers pet seriously its going to hit the fan but i'm losin faith n confidence in him.

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28 Sep 2016 22:28:20
Dont think MOH has done much to warrant a start when he's came on tbh.

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28 Sep 2016 22:32:24
I don't agree with you. He fails to look up when he's on the ball and ends up running into trouble because takes too many touches before releasing it although that's if he hasn't already ran into a dead end. You need more than just pace and he hasn't got it.

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28 Sep 2016 22:33:25
Barry it's all good having speed, but if yir final ball is kak and you couldn't score in a barrel of FANNIES then why should MOH start? he needs to show more desire when he's on the park, he doesn't do enough for me.

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28 Sep 2016 23:26:50
Once dodoo, Rossiter, Windass come in, no fear of Europe place, we just have to settle, remember where we have come and to get into Europe first time asking is good going, some people are expecting too much, too soon, but we will be back .
Don't know about you guys but MW must be saying what the hell am I into here but hopefully DW has explained, how impatient some of our fans can be .
Ashley holding us back, but we will BE Back!

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28 Sep 2016 11:29:02
Starting to recall some of the players we were heavily linked with in the summer or previously and we missed out on, or didn't sign for whatever reason.

Defence - Curtis Nelson/ Dom Ball/ Adrian Mariappa/ Bernardo Espinoza/ Joleon Lescott.

Midfield - Harry Winks/ Conor Hourihane/ Eunan O'Kane/ Gwion Edwards/ Toumani Diagouraga.

Forward - Tammy Abraham/ Jason Cummings.

There's obviously a few more forwards we were linked with but just can't think of any names. Also linked with the young GK Daniel Bentley before Gilks joined.

What positions are priority come January. CB, LW/ RW, or CM?

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28 Sep 2016 12:24:56
A Manager?

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28 Sep 2016 12:54:47
You forgot RVP mate.

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28 Sep 2016 12:57:31
naw no a manager.

defo c/ b's plural and we should try get some money for Kiernan. not that we will get a lot .

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28 Sep 2016 15:00:00
Out of that defence i'd have taken Nelson and Mariappa. The midfield Winks on loan and Hourihane. Forward has to be Abraham.

Don't know if the players mentioned will be targets come January.

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28 Sep 2016 15:03:56
But yeah I'd love to see McLeish, Billy Davies, Derek McInnes or any of the many genius managers mentioned replace one of our most promising managers in decades.

All because of defeats to the team's that finished first and second last year.

And that Aberdeen game wasn't a defeat. That free kick award was the worst decision so far this season.

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28 Sep 2016 16:20:45
It was still a defeat tho thorn mate and were not winning games how long does a club our size accept that we can't win, I think more than anything else for me it's his stubbornness to change from his plan A when it's clearly not working, it did look promising beginning of last season your right about that but we're going back the way rapidly I struggle to comprehend why people can't see that it's good to be supportive but there must come a point we see the obvious.

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28 Sep 2016 18:18:58
Thorn76, when your tem scores 1 and the other team score 2: that is a defeat mate. Honestly, 2 is a higher number than 1 lol HH.

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28 Sep 2016 18:59:43
Nice 1 Bob. 54 is also higher than 47.

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28 Sep 2016 23:05:39
Throw in kouli toure and dembele. think we definitely missed a trick wi that 2. there both playing well at celtic. instead we got hill and dodo. enough said.

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27 Sep 2016 15:44:53
I didn't post last night. what I'm about to post now fellow bears because I thought it was way off the mark and just one of these stupid rumours because our club and manager are going through a bit of a hard time at present and as everyone knows on here I totally believe in warbs and weir and what they're doing at our club which will of course take time.

anyway I'll share with you all what I was told last night by a very good friend of gordon dalziel, he told me billy davies was turning down the st. mirren manager's job today at some point and that davies wants the rangers job and no other job in scottish football.

davies is thought of very highly by 2 of our directors at rangers and is willing to wait and see how things pan out at ibrox between now and christmas as if anything happens to warburton, which I personally don't think will, he is very confident he'll get the nod to become the new rangers manager.

only passing on info I was told guys by mr. dalziels pal, I do know that dave king is a massive fan of billy davies, we'll just have to wait and see, I rate davies but I rate warbs and 100% behind him, in warbs I trust.

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27 Sep 2016 17:13:02
Im also 100% behind warbs and weir WTF. We r only 7 games in and being back in premiership was always gona b tough. let's back the management to the hilt.
Davies has proved himself in england however is, i believe meant to b very militant etc. if he is a future gers manager then i'd back him like any other however it surely must b some way down the line. FIRB.

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27 Sep 2016 18:31:39
Well posted W15 - your never far off the mark and I know you speak highly of our present manager - wheels and cogs are always turning somewhere so you never know what lies ahead - Warbs was the right man for the job but he must bring everyone together and show improvement fairly quickly or your rumour may well be founded -.

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27 Sep 2016 20:39:24
Davies is damaged and has never recovered from an unfortunate association with TS. His appointment would be the beginning of the end for DK.

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27 Sep 2016 19:27:18
Naw it ain't happening and never will.

If Warbs goes it will be Alex Neil, Mark Hughes, Derek Mcinnes, Alex McCleish or the return of Sir Walter of Smith as interim manager.

We will go English based.

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27 Sep 2016 20:41:37
Davies didn't come across at all well when asked about the Rangers job in a radio interview last year, he almost spoke in disdain as if that job was beneath him.

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27 Sep 2016 21:42:11
Warbs15, i know that you have put up posts that have had some truth to them, but in this instance i must ask; does your mate drink in the same pub as davies? that means any pub, davies has got a problem that will eventually lead to a new liver.

i thought years ago davies would be good for rangers, but after reading about his demons, i wouldn't want him near our club. the guy has got a big problem with the amber nectar, so its a big no from me, and in this instance i hope your info is wrong, sorry mate.

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28 Sep 2016 03:30:55
Mark Hughes, why o why would we want him? Or more to the point why would he want to come to us? 1/ 8 wages no money to spend. yawn yawn yawn. be sensible, we are a huge club with no money and little going for us with the exception of a decent stadium and a potentially world class set up for youth system, these boys want instant results something sadly we can't give, please get real to where we are and where will be for the next few years.

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28 Sep 2016 10:49:55
for talkings sake warbs does i think we should have look at tommy wright he gets as much as he can out a average st johnstone he's a massive rangers fan not saying give him the job but at least ask to speak to him right now the domestic scene is our priority and he has experience of that.

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28 Sep 2016 12:19:44
Colshygers, tommy wright is a decent manager and doing really well at st. johnstone but as I stated in op I rate our current management team and believe it's way too early to judge them now! One of my good mates wants big john (yogi) hughes as our next manager if anything were to happen to warbs, he's always rated big hughes and likes his style of football, he also thinks big yogi is very tactically sound, he has a point as big hughes is a good manager imo also although I'm more than happy with our manager and at the end of the season is when to judge him, get right behind him and the team for the full season! !

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28 Sep 2016 12:42:02
At one time I would have been happy with billy Davies but not now came across on radio interview arrogant not for me.

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28 Sep 2016 13:09:55
warbs we should get right behind the manager but if he keeps playing 4-3-3 to our detriment then he won't last the his contract.

all those talented midfielders and only three midfield spots.

playin 3 against a celtic midfield 5!

this is naïve from warbs and he shouldn't need to be told he is wrong as its plain for everyone to see.

I love his style of play but defence needs better cover and our best players are midfielders this season and w have wingers so why not play 4 in the middle and still play the same style?

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28 Sep 2016 18:36:27
I believe Warburton is naive, I believe he has been caught in the headlights with the intensity that comes with the job, I believe he is still on a learning curve (and it had better be quick) and I believe he will have to change his championship tactics for something far more suiting the SPhelL. However, I would have him in a heartbeat over Davies, an arrogant wee man with no recent track record and nothing to suggest that he is the stature of manager we would need.

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28 Sep 2016 19:33:39
As I stated earlier my big mate really rates big john (yogi) hughes as a good manager and really thinks he would make a good, future rangers manager and would want hughes to be considered for the rangers manager's job if anything did happen to warburton, I myself rate hughes and always have done although I'm more than happy with warbs and weir, a wee hypothetical question here to my fellow bears, how highly do you rate big yogi hughes as a manager and do you think he's rangers material as a future manager?

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26 Sep 2016 17:54:21
Hearing from a source that mark warburton is now on his last legs and if he doesn't turn things around quickly, alex mcleish will be appointed on a rolling contract until the end of season.

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26 Sep 2016 18:07:50
A rolling contract till the end of the season? This a new type of contract? 😂😂.

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26 Sep 2016 18:08:29
utter tosh where do you get this garbage, who is the source.

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26 Sep 2016 18:27:00
Did Dave King tell you that? What nonsense!

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26 Sep 2016 18:47:32
He doesn't even understand what a rolling contract is.

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26 Sep 2016 18:42:02
You do know what a rolling contract is mate, rite. who ever told you this is talking mince.

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26 Sep 2016 19:45:44
In warbs we trust. we're in it for the long haul. you don't have rolling contract to a certain date

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26 Sep 2016 20:02:48
Your only saying this because Mcleish was on the tele for the game yesterday giving his opinion on how he would do things with rangers/ Barton! Absolute Pi*h.

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26 Sep 2016 20:16:11
Im away tae bang ma heid aff a wall. Seriously!

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26 Sep 2016 19:13:07
getting rid of MW and senior JB is going to cost yous in excess of 3.5 mill

barton on approx 15k pw
MW on possibly the same (not sure about big DW)
Garner costing 1.5 mill (750k now and rest at end of season)

this cash is prob going to take up most of next seasons transfer budget.

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26 Sep 2016 22:10:21
I'd love him to go tbf but got to agree we everybody your putting 2 n 2 together, not to mention the rolling contract bit 😁.

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27 Sep 2016 12:11:46
I wish all you glory hunters would get real, he is here long term, he has already restarted our youth policy, by bringing up young guys from England, we have a top scout in place, its bad enough he gets pressure from no marks like that ex hearts ex hibs guy who blew his chance of big time football, because he couldn't stick to team plans, the good times will return.

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27 Sep 2016 12:16:02
After seeing big Eck on the TV the other day, maybe he meant a Rollypolly contract?

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27 Sep 2016 12:30:51
kaney how do you know what anybody employed with rangers is earning? are you david king? no stop making stuff up in your silly little head.

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27 Sep 2016 12:35:45
WHAT A LOT OF CRAP!
got to say I have critisezed warbs for not getting the defence up to scratch but his philosophy on how to play football will come good .
all we need to do is start scoring because as bad as our defence is (very poor), our attacking side isn't firing in the chances we do creat.

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27 Sep 2016 13:11:48
Losing MW would be a tragedy. Look at the big picture here. The guys rebuilding us.

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27 Sep 2016 12:43:52
does macleish come with a fez he only done well at first because of the players he inherited then he got the push; hopeless.

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27 Sep 2016 13:36:13
Bringing in Macleish. That really shows ambition! In the unlikely event that Warburton was to leave then we would need to have a Chairman that was willing to invest and that is not King and he or she would need to be looking for a manager that would eclipse Rodgers just as his acquisition by Celtic was clearly to compete with Rangers. Warburton has been forced to shop at the lowest end of the transfer market and go for players in the twilight of a mediocre career by King and his failure to put his money where his moth is.

Any manager coming in to Rangers right now would be looking for a minimum of £10m just to spend on transfer fees in January and that is on the basis that he could suffer having guys like Hill around until the end of the season!

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27 Sep 2016 13:45:05
Hearing from a source that Rangers1993 is now on his last legs after his last post. Rangers90210 to take over on a swinging contract.

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27 Sep 2016 15:20:20
agree with you james stirling! if our forwards were scoring in accordance with our possesion % then our defence wouldn't be as exposed . similar to celtic they concede but score more. simple really.

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27 Sep 2016 15:16:42
absolute joke for people to be wanting warbs sacked let him do his business of building a team that will win the league he has done well in his signings so far exept 3 clint hill, crooks still to be proven also barton is a d**k!

and people who think king isn't spending money don't know what it takes to run rangers .

king is a man i'd have in charge and just because the club have no money its not his fault he is trying his best to get the retail side of things sorted so we can have money to spend in the transfer windows.

but I can guarantee that we have no chance of spending anything in jan but I do hope he gets a good c/ b in to fill that gaping hole of whoever plays beside wilson.

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27 Sep 2016 19:24:32
We claim to be the best fans in the world yet want our manager sacked after 7 games of a new season, a certain element of our support really disgusts me. Long term change was needed at the club and that's what's happening now, so boo boys get a grip n stop puttin the team under even more pressure than they're putting themselves under.

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23 Sep 2016 00:08:07
Barton is going nowhere. He is being disciplined and will be back in 3 weeks. A lot of what is being said is pure speculation. The guy as we all know can be a bit of a balloon at times but you can't blame him for being disappointed with the way things went against them.

His Problem is that he is too vocal. Do we turn on our own the minute they say something out of line? I'm confident he will take this as the kick up the backside he needs to get his and our season going. Would the real Joey Barton please stand up!

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23 Sep 2016 06:59:34
Dont want him anywhere near us again, he's continued mouthing off ever since "the incident"happened and some of the things he's said are childish and damm right neddish. That is not the way a Rangers player should conduct himself. I know everybody makes mistakes but its important to learn from them, Barton's been making them for nearly 15yr and still hasn't learned.

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23 Sep 2016 10:25:04
Fair points lads and if I may add my two cents worth to the debate.
If he were any good and the team benefitted from him being in it then I would welcome him back. Unfortunately for him though is the fact that he's been a bit Lillian Gish to put it mildly and therefore shouldn't be anywhere near the team. We have an important cup game coming up and it's no coincidence that the team has been playing better without him so I would hope he doesn't just come back and stroll into the starting 11. He must be made to earn a place by being better than what we currently have and I'm not sure he has that in his locker anymore. At least with Niko you know you're getting someone who won't tackle or track back and you compensate for that but my goodness his eye for a pass and his execution of it are something else. And he my friends looks like he may just be coming onto a game.

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23 Sep 2016 11:00:36
Joey Barton wasn't match fit, now he will be a further 4 weeks behind with his fitness levels. Will he play again for Rangers? Personally I hope not.

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23 Sep 2016 13:28:59
dressing room arguements i don't have a problem with betting on a match is stupid but if it doesn't involve your own team i don't see a major issue but as soon as you say 'in hindsight if i could go back i wouldn't have signed for rangers' well that's all i nd to see to know i don't want him back at our club.

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23 Sep 2016 17:11:52
Barry Ferguson seemed to be forgiven for embarrassing us on the international stage and also arguing with the manager to the detriment of the club.

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23 Sep 2016 20:11:15
BF got punished for his international debacle. I'm not sure if arguing with the manager was to the detriment of the club as it ended up with PLG's departure, Smith's return and the rest is history.

BF did not have access to Twitter (fortunately) and did not do unauthorised interviews and book signings during his rough patch.

BF was also a highly valuable player for Rangers. Barton has done absolutely nothing apart from creating headlines for himself and the club, none of which have been positive.

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23 Sep 2016 20:26:06
Barry Ferguson got sold that summer.

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24 Sep 2016 00:49:54
As a blue nose I am disgusted with joey Barton, however if he were to wipe that smug grin of Chris Sutton then he maybe forgiven.

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24 Sep 2016 08:37:44
Chris Sutton is an solute lowlife he is in the same category as Barton. just a horrible human being and it's disgusting that bt even employ him.

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24 Sep 2016 11:53:00
Got to say i think Mutton calls it like it is lads unlike most of the other pundits, he can be abit harsh in the words he uses but i think he's fair.

{Ed039's Note - What? You had cider in your cornflakes? You would never see sky sports allow any of their pundits conduct themselves the way this numpty does, he needs people talking about him and he is going about it in a certain way and it's very wrong)

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24 Sep 2016 12:10:27
Was thinking the same Barry Ferguson was our captain and top man for years he used to give it out to our players when they weren't performing the difference between him and Barton is he always played well on the park if Barton had been playing well this wouldn't have happened.

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24 Sep 2016 13:36:03
Dont even compare Fergie and Barton. Fergie gave his absolute all for Us and only wanted the best, Barton on the other hand is using us for publicity for his book and hasn't got a fraction of ability that Ferguson had.

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23 Sep 2016 23:13:37
You might have a point there.

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24 Sep 2016 14:02:05
Can't believe the posts about Barry Ferguson, although I should be used to them from Rangers fans. Barry was being treated like dirt by Le Guen when he was our best player and had the balls to say early on that the manager hadn't a clue. pity no one backed him up sooner.

As for the Scotland fiasco, he was wrong and apologised. personally I don't care about Scotland after the way our players have been treated in recent years, but yes he made a mistake.

To compare a Rangers legend who carried poor Rangers teams sometimes whilst injured with Barton shows some peoples blind spot with Fergie, A lot of our fans haven't the appreciation of a great footballer.

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24 Sep 2016 14:04:10
Ed why gas my post not been posted bud?

{Ed001's Note - there are a couple of posts waiting for Ed039, could it be one of those?}

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24 Sep 2016 14:44:22
Still not on yet Ed.

{Ed001's Note - 39 is not about mate so it would take a while.}

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24 Sep 2016 14:46:42
Wull73 got to agree mate, can't believe Barton is getting compared to our great Fergie. he isn't even the best midfielder in this Rangers team never mind Fergie.

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24 Sep 2016 19:01:52
About Chris Sutton this is this same person accused two teams of cheating on the same day on live TV, Kilmarnock for trying too hard and Dunfermline for not trying hard enough when we won the league on the last day of the season. He also had a pop at the ref for awarding Rangers a penalty when they had two but missed one. Real class act is Sutton.

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25 Sep 2016 15:01:53
One thing Sutton has got right is the fact that the Aberdeen game was a must win. For me the team were simply not good enough. Tavernier should be dropped. Most of the games we are working a back three and that's why we r leaking goals. Warburton clearly has no idea how his players play or else he would not have two strikers on the park that always drop deep to get the ball. The midfield was vacant most of the time and the majority of passes we made we were too slow to do so. Another lack luster performance from rangers and I think next game we field the under 21s and we continue to do so untill the players prove there worth. Absolutely dire!

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25 Sep 2016 21:10:47
Bluewill i am gutted like u that we lost today. however to say it was a lacklustre display is way wide of the mark mate. We were by far the better team without doubt. They were poor. and yes we lost but that sometimes happens. we were first to the majority of 2nd balls. we paid the price of missing a lot of chances. waggys being clear cut. We switched off 30 seconds into 2nd half and got done by a free kick that never was. Video tech MUST b brought in asap. simply put. had we took our chances today we wuda buried them. we move on to next game and follow follow. 4EVA IN ROYAL BLUE😉.

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24 Sep 2016 13:22:27
@Ed039 Sutton is allowed his opinion like anyone else. didn't see too many complaints about the manner Joey Barton was conducting himself with comments regarding Scott Brown and Brendan Rodgers. He was being glorified, yet when Sutton has debate with Derek Johnstone it is unacceptable. Can you clarify difference?

{Ed039's Note - there isn't a difference, Barton is a fud too)

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24 Sep 2016 13:28:14
If u watch sky sports Ed you will see Souness and co have went overboard numerous times abt teams, managers and players. and for the record i can't stand Mutton but i think he dishes it out in equal measure, Selik and delia got plenty of abuse off him last year and truth b told some of the people on this site are more out of order towards our team/ management and we're meant to support the side.

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25 Sep 2016 22:58:53
Robbie73w

The real Joey Barton DID stand up. That's what has caused the problem.
TRIFC, the gift that keeps on giving. lol HH.

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26 Sep 2016 07:55:48
@royalblue. i'm frustrated with the lack of imagination from the manager. You can have all the possession in the world but unless you penetrate then there's nae point. My local village team could hold the ball for long spells it doesnae make them good. Bar thw celtic game we have dominated the ball and still only have 9 points. First half I think we had 1 shot. Its not good enough. i'm all for the great football we play a just want to see action in the box instead of infront of 11 opposition players.

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26 Sep 2016 16:13:14
Fair enuf bluewill. some of MW'S selections do make me wonder. wat has MOH got to do to get astart or even a run of games etc. wee bazza is obviously a favourite. we do tend to try and walk the ball in the net. that said we do play v good possession football albeit without converting a lot of chances which needs to improve. we r a work in progress. i'm convinced we will come good. need rid of ashley b4 we get back to very top. we r all in it for long haul. FIRB.

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26 Sep 2016 18:14:46
all MOH has got is pace and nothing else, he wil never be a succsess at rangers.

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26 Sep 2016 18:23:49
I wasnt comparing Barton and Ferguson only comparing the way they behaved in public.

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27 Sep 2016 12:50:53
ferguson did not behave bad in public the way barton does .

he done that boozegate scandal for the Scotland squad and was punished for it but barton opens his trap on a daily basis.

got to give it to barton he has a lot to say for sum1 who can't play at th speed or level that we need from him .

barton doesn't even deserve to be montioned in the same sentence as ferguson who for me was a great captain of our club.

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27 Sep 2016 13:39:22
Some of us didn't have a problem with his attitude to Scotland given the way that they treated him. I for one wish we had a captain like him today. Wallace's inability to lead is part of our problem. Ferguson's influence on the team as captain was immense.

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27 Sep 2016 16:03:52
@truebluesotrue, michael o'halloran has blistering pace you mean with power and strength and very direct who should be starting every week. it's a total joke when waghorn is out every week wide right and old man miller or garner threw the middle but yet moh is on the bench. joke, why did warburton buy him for?

If am right do celtic not play with pace in there team yes they do its a defenders worst nightmare Fact and thts how celtic ran us ragged and that's what MOH did to us last season he's better than miller and forrester plus barrie mckay for the love off god has sum how disappeared from the earth and we have his twin brother this season.

MW really needs to get grip and stop picking all the brown noses and start playing our best players every week. the way i'm feeling right now, feel like just giving up my season ticket.

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21 Sep 2016 17:30:06
Anyone know how severe the windass injury was?

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21 Sep 2016 17:57:30
According to Warbs he will be fit to face Aberdeen.

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22 Sep 2016 13:36:43
more precautionary warbs said same with holt.

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22 Sep 2016 21:49:18
Bring it on lads. come on bears.

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25 Sep 2016 17:50:17
Just joined, just wanted to touch on ththe barton discussion in my opinion the reason he looks poor is because of the formation and the poor defending from our back four, mainly tav guy is great going forward but he can't defend and his positioning constantly drags the centre halfs out of position, we need to change or we are going to struggle through the season.

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20 Sep 2016 21:35:20
Any truth in the rumor that there was shares bought today by Brian Kennedy? If so anyone know who sold shares?

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21 Sep 2016 18:52:03
When we gona b told who bought the 400k worth of shares. no problem if it is kennedy seeing he is soueys pal. Hope he got his hands on easdales!

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20 Sep 2016 19:17:27
400k worth of Rangers shares have been bought. Rumoured to be Brian Kennedy.

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20 Sep 2016 19:32:45
where did you hear this, can't see him buying shares, any source for this rumour.

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20 Sep 2016 20:00:26
This is coming from got the battle fever on. They are reporting that 1.5mil shares have been bought.

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20 Sep 2016 20:36:29
brian kennedy lads.

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20 Sep 2016 20:51:22
Won't make a great deal of difference, doesn't put him in the top eight shareholders.

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20 Sep 2016 21:14:28
Yes very true wee-ecky however the reason why he is buying shares is that King can't get his cash out of Africa. They aren't allowing him to take it out the country. All rumour mind you.

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21 Sep 2016 10:44:07
sorry lads but what would be so bad about brian kennedy buying shares?

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21 Sep 2016 14:40:33
I thought King's money not in SA, that was why they didn't like him.

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22 Sep 2016 11:44:34
I said wee while ago aswell when I saw Kennedy sold up in the Sharks, "wonder if he will invest in rangers " if it is true that is lol.

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28 Sep 2016 20:41:16
I see another 1m shares in Rangers (3 separate transactions) purchased today. Anyone any idea who is buying.

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20 Sep 2016 13:56:19
I hear Joey Barton has been linked to a host of Championship teams and as I understand, he can well be on his way to Leeds Utd thus, freeing up his 20k a week wages!

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20 Sep 2016 16:03:24
Just been reading some of the interviews he's conducting promoting his book (nice timing don't you think) . Regrets his move to the club, using excuses for his inept performances saying he's trying to adapt to a lower level and slating Scottish football.
If he kept his head down and mouth shut he would have been a great signing. I'm all for constructive criticism but surely this egotistic loudmouth disruption has played his last game for the Gers.
Any links to any other clubs are most welcome in my opinion.

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20 Sep 2016 16:39:30
surely he can only go if we sack him?
and freeing his wages would only save the cash it can't really be used on the team.

It grates a wee bit to read Barry Ferguson going on about ton when he was hardly a good example himself.

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20 Sep 2016 17:02:10
I don't doubt he will end up at a team in england but I think it will be rotherham anyone who has walked past ibrox stubbs grabs them I think he has a fetish.

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20 Sep 2016 17:39:06
The guy is better at twitter and chatting rubbish than he is at football, he has been a complete let down.

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20 Sep 2016 18:09:29
If it's true, I'll happily drop him off.

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20 Sep 2016 18:29:54
hate to say it but agree Rafbob, a chancer blowing smoke up his own arse who has been found out.

"barton"- to be devoid of credibility, integrity and of weak and poor character.

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20 Sep 2016 18:50:41
Would we even notice his non presence so inept were his performances? Not even the best midfielder on the south side. Played with better in Shawlands.

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20 Sep 2016 18:50:50
Fd, using your 'Barton' definition your club is full of 'Bartons' lol HH.

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20 Sep 2016 19:53:39
Always said he was Celtic class! He would fit in well in that establishment.

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20 Sep 2016 19:48:15
Transfer window is shut so your talking Colin nish.

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20 Sep 2016 21:38:07
There's Bob back with his H's? Lmao.

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20 Sep 2016 22:28:41
Well according to Bartim he's going to be the next England manager 😂😂 he's a total rat that thought he could come up here to the diddy league ( as he thought and be the king of Scotland ) . guy is a tool and I'm first to kick myself in the ball and say my posts of past that he could come here and dominate the league were way off the mark! If he or anyone thinks they are bigger than my great club and cause rubbish when we're on the right track back to where we belong can fooking do one!

On another point the Timothy's on here pointing out how bad we are but yet say they have the better squad and better players ( 😂😂😂😂) In Inverness? Yeah right Inverness brought you lot back down to earth.

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21 Sep 2016 09:45:14
The problem is if we let him go we need to come to an agreement with him financially and I don't think we have the cash to do that.

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21 Sep 2016 10:15:52
albertz I can tell u something mate he won't be let go unless we can terminate his contract.
but imo he will never wear the rangers top again in the first team enjoy the youth games barton u will get bullied up here.

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21 Sep 2016 13:56:23
I backed Barton last week when I believed all he had done was to tell some home truths, but now the more that comes to light the guy is a wee rat! get him punted to the first idiot that will take him, even offer to pay 25% of his wages to get the poisoned dwarf out of Ibrox.

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19 Sep 2016 19:36:39
The other day I posted about what happens between Barton and Halliday. I was speaking to my source again tonight and he told me how it all kicked off.

There was a bounce game involving some U20 players, and JB kept the on calling one of them the wrong name in a derogatory fashion. (The u20 player shall remain anonymous)
The U20 player then nutmegged JB and challenged him to call him the name again, after this JB went through the back of the young boy injuring him.

This is when Halliday stepped in and had a go at Barton for the way he was acting and it all kicked off from there.

Again, on passing on what I was told from my mates brother. He was involved in the game.

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19 Sep 2016 20:27:42
Could you imagine if souness or John Brown were there it wouldn't matter how hard Barton thought he was he wouldn't be hard enough.

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19 Sep 2016 20:35:26
I could imagine this being an accurate account of events, given JB has previous for bullying younger players, and the fact his over inflated ego wouldn't take a nutmeg from a young fit lad. If it is the case, then good on AH for standing up to him.

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19 Sep 2016 21:07:51
Absolute bollocks.

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19 Sep 2016 21:11:24
I think that everyone is jumping on the "get JB out" bandwagon. We all knew of JB's history before he signed no one actually knows what's happened, I still think he has a lot to give! Yes he has had a slow start but so has most of the players but to ban him for 3 weeks I personally don't think is the answer.

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19 Sep 2016 21:38:03
Thanks for the reply Hooly. I can assure this isn't "absolute bolloks" as you put it.
Just for the record I think JB will come good. He is undoubtedly a decent player and in time his quality will shine through.

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19 Sep 2016 22:25:00
Gave Barton the benefit of the doubt when he joined but either way it's just proof he hasn't really changed! It's obvious there were no major dramas at Burnley because they had good form all year and was all easy with nobody questioning him! Was supposed to lead by example on and off the park but instead has embarrassed himself in trademark fashion. Waste of space and we're better without him!

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19 Sep 2016 23:18:54
It was young josh jeffries.

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20 Sep 2016 00:38:21
Yea that's right Negri, JB kept calling him Jock (the English way of speaking about Scottish people)

Then when young Josh pegged him, JB took the nip and clattered him.

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20 Sep 2016 08:05:06
I find it very unfortunate, given the journey we've been on, that all news from the club is about Joey Barton, an overrated, under performing footballer who has been a resounding disappointment in every respect. He is not the foundation for development and growth of our club. We are better than that.

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20 Sep 2016 08:25:48
Are you sure? So a young lad and Halliday the "Protector" takes massive hump about being called 'Jock" and this then leads to what is now being portrayed as the biggest fall out in Football history and potentially a huge financial risk if we have tp pay Barton off. Just don't get it; there must be something more sinister. Either way we are back talking about non football issues but this major distraction, which MW and the Club don't cover themselves in glory.

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20 Sep 2016 10:35:08
Absolute pish.

Our manager couldn't take any criticism that's what it is, granted the way it was done wasn't fantastic i. e on the training ground and not in private. That's all.

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20 Sep 2016 10:56:33
cant see him getting to play for us again to be honest .
he could have turned out good for us but played way too slow the games he has played but he is a goof footballer but is also a bit od a d*ck as we all knew before he signed.

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20 Sep 2016 09:50:27
He called him Jock a few times and it was seen as a bit or a joke, but after a while a few senior player told JB to wrap it and call him by his real name.

I have no doubt things escalated from that, and one we argument led to another and things blew up.

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20 Sep 2016 13:46:47
Apparently he is 'hated' in the dressing room (according to some guy on Five Live), don't think it has done much for the team spirit.

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20 Sep 2016 14:23:44
Back when Souness was manager I played with Rangers for a short time. The exact same senerio happened to me and the Gaffer. We had a bounce game after training and I nutmegged the Gaffer. Next thing I know I am on the floor. He totally came after me and took me out off the ball. lol
The difference back then was that it was excepted and normal for him to pay back. I was later told if I ever embarrass the Gaffer again I would be docked.

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20 Sep 2016 15:57:13
Josh Jeffries I heard is the u20 player.

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20 Sep 2016 16:45:28
Kevin1984 you are right. Everything I've said regarding this post is accurate.

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20 Sep 2016 16:52:13
It's normal practice for senior players to play harder at practice games against younger players, my son was harshly fouled from behind by Souness after he beat him and one of the young players complained to Mad Dog McGregor that his wages were short £5 and McGregor stated you embarrassed the gaffer by nutmegging him. So this has been going on with teams for years no big deal. But apparently this is a big deal I don't know why. My son has even worse stories that he experienced at Aberdeen and Coventry City.

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20 Sep 2016 16:10:22
His publisher must be delighted.
Sport Direct don't own a publisher do they?

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21 Sep 2016 09:59:47
Its funny Boydy talking about Bartons lack of application and professionalism. 2 seasons ago in his second spell at ibrox, he must have weighed about 16st, and could barely run 10 yards lol.

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27 Sep 2016 13:46:33
If the above is true then well done to Halliday but what the hell was our Captain doing. Butcher, Gough, Amoruso and a host of other past captains wouldn't have allowed this to happen. Wallace unfairtunately is void of leadership qualities as can be seen every game we play!

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