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20 Oct 2018 21:14:10
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20 Oct 2018 16:34:59
Is this big chap Traore worth a punt?
6’ 8 played for some big clubs scored a lot of goals
Free agent!
But is he a free agent for a reason?
Pay as you play option!
Must be worth a wee gamble even as back up striker!

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20 Oct 2018 19:23:26
Would wonder why he's not been taken by his other loan clubs

Are we really desperate for another loan striker? Give a youngster a run rather than having another loan player in the squad. Maybe would be something we should have done in the games we've dominated at home is played some youngsters off the bench its worked so far for Middleton.

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20 Oct 2018 19:54:44
Sorry but who? Where's this coming from?

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20 Oct 2018 20:21:22
Middleton is a bit special tho heads above any youngster in about the squad!

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20 Oct 2018 20:32:35
You're probably right blueblood I've not seen much of the rest other than in internet clips. But if we're thinking of giving Sadiq a run surely one of them is close to cutting it. in SG we trust though.

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20 Oct 2018 20:52:43
Don’t know much about him but totally different to what we have and maybe a short term deal to see if it is a match for both parties.

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20 Oct 2018 20:54:27
This guy's been a free agent for months, he was also being actively punted for the celtic mob in August and they wouldn't touch him. He's at the centre of an identity change legal row and there are probably other reasons why not a single club on the planet has taken him on.

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18 Oct 2018 23:20:57
A friend in Hamburg says he has heard our club have been talking to Borussia Dortmund about the possibility of taking a striker called Alexander Isak on loan from January. He's a Swedish international and still a teenager, seemingly.

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19 Oct 2018 10:54:26
Never seen him play, although he is a decent purchase on fifa 19 haha.

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19 Oct 2018 12:27:24
Isak is supposedly rumoured to be the next Ibrahimovic, obviously still young and finding his feet but ‘could’ be a great signing. Even if it was just for a season loan, big strong, fast striker. They r hard to come by so would love to see him in a Gers kit.

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19 Oct 2018 13:54:54
Would imagine the Sadiq loan would have to be cancelled in January for us to get another striker in. Although I’m sure I read somewhere that Gerrard said that’s wouldn’t happen.

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19 Oct 2018 14:54:35
Bear why would we need to cancel Sadiq loan for us to get another striker in.

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19 Oct 2018 15:24:46
I would be very surprised if sadiq is still here after january👍.

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19 Oct 2018 16:03:20
From what the gaffer said today then there may be a chunk of light for Sadiq! Time will tell.

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19 Oct 2018 17:41:59
Wouldn't know, BigYin, I'm far too old for computer games, but this appeared in a German magazine that a mate from Hamburg saw.

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19 Oct 2018 19:00:29
Jboy because we already have sadiq who is (currently) contributing nothing. Can’t see the point in having two young strikers on loan. Where’s the incentive for the likes of Andy Dallas and other youth strikers if we’re just going to loan other teams youth players?

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19 Oct 2018 21:02:57
If still in Europe and going for league we need a striker that contributes. Dallas no where near ready for first team.

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18 Oct 2018 15:56:35
The Sheep unable to sell their full allocation of tickets.
These will be given to Rangers. Some Sheep fans will be relocated to allow this to happen! 😂😂😂😂

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18 Oct 2018 16:32:52
Stewart robertson managed to talk sense into the sfa after all👍😂.

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18 Oct 2018 19:22:08
waiting for my ticket email now, what a shambles.

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19 Oct 2018 17:35:19
hope stewart milne keeps his mouth shut from now on persona!

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17 Oct 2018 23:06:23
The Lafferty debacle is an incident to show SFA and others their anti Rangers ad hoc decisions don't mean a damn to us. We could play women's team and still gub Accies.

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17 Oct 2018 23:53:11
This kind on entitlement is why folk end up near suicidal and want managers sacked when we lose a game.

We need to play well on Sunday, no messing about, it is a must win on the road. We’ve been poor away from home and we need to prove a point.

Ps. Lafferty issue has hee haw to to wirh the SFA. While I agree they are complete clowns, I don’t really see the connection.

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18 Oct 2018 01:16:51
Don't quite understand you. It's nothing to do with the SFA and it does mean a damn, we're without our back up striker for an important game. We haven't won away from home this season.

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18 Oct 2018 06:35:53
We probably thought that at livingston. Need to start putting away points on the board ASAP.

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18 Oct 2018 11:13:03
I agree Sunday is a must-win against Accies. Also, with celtic playing Hibs and the Sheep playing Hearts somebody has to drop points on Saturday. Then Spartak at home followed by the Sheep. An important week coming up! Am I right in assuming that the top 2 from each Europa League group qualify for the knockout stage plus 8 dropping down from the Champions League?

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18 Oct 2018 13:27:50
Bang on Doiger, top two making 24 teams and eight 3rd place teams from champions league making it the 32.Eufa knew what they were doing with that set up, just in case any big teams struggle and end up 3rd, give them another bite of the cherry, when your out of Europe, you should stay out, hit your not good enough to qualify hey Ho don't worry we will accommodate you in the Europa league, they actually get two chances, if they don't qualify for the Champions league in their last play off they drop into the europa league, if they do qualify and get gubbed and manage 3 points against some Diddy team they then finish 3rd and low and behold still in Europe, they could basically lose 5 matches get 3 points and go in the Europa, then take in to account they lose their last two qualifying play of games, they have then lost seven matches but can still go in the Europa. Makes pure sense eh. Sorry for going on, I just think when your out then your out.

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18 Oct 2018 14:14:59
They can't lose seven games buz, they either lose the playoff or the group games. They can't lose both🙃👍.

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18 Oct 2018 15:36:01
We pay. Lafferty wages. Time to concentrate on club football.

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18 Oct 2018 18:41:04
Thanx for correcting me Coldo, I actually did work it out they could lose one qualifying game say 1-0 and win the other, say 2-0 Yes they can lose six games, thanx for puting me right mate.

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18 Oct 2018 20:05:39
Buz, we got to the uefa cup final on the back of finishing 3rd in the champs group stage. Sort of makes your rant and sarcastic reply look ironically stupid🙃👍. Always happy to help👍.

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18 Oct 2018 20:10:34
I agree Buz if you get knocked out of whatever competition you are that should be that. It just makes it harder for the teams that aren't good enough for champs league, if they didn't drop into europa then it would kinda be a more level playing field.

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18 Oct 2018 20:42:29
As a bluenose of 45 years+ I don't undersatnd this Accies game is a must win. I genuinely don't remember a game tbat wasn't a must win. Even friendlies.

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18 Oct 2018 21:04:58
Coldo I don't think it does make his comment stupid, whether we dropped in or not is irrelevant, it should be if you get knocked out then your out. I also don't see how you are helping with a sarcastic comment of your own 👍.

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18 Oct 2018 23:10:59
Jordy, its ironic to moan about a process that gave us our most memorable european run to date, therefore I find it stupid to moan about it. To say that its irrelevant whether we dropped in or not is also a stupid thing to say because if it wasn't for the 3rd place drop then we would never have reached the uefa cup final. So of course its relevant👍.

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19 Oct 2018 00:19:57
My point is I don't care whether we dropped in or not, I am glad we got the opportunity. I feel it should be changed though, it's not stupid to say it's irrelevant just because that's your opinion. Simple question, would you like Rangers to get to a europa league final at some point ever again?

I am sure your answer is yes but it's never going to happen with teams dropping in from the champions league. The reason I am saying it's irrelevant is because it doesn't change my opinion on the setup. These big rich clubs are only getting richer, dropping into europa league they still get to make money for getting knocked out of the champs league. Put it this way if it changed and Rangers got into champs league, finished third and that was us out of Europe, I wouldn't be happy about being out of Europe but I think it would be fair.

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19 Oct 2018 01:13:04
3rd placed champs league teams are not the reason that will stop Rangers getting to another uefa cup final jordy15, c'mon be serious. There are plenty of teams from germany, france, italy, england etc who's teams don't play champs league that have far bigger resources than us and have much better squads than us. Taking away the 3rd place drop will not make it any easier for us. Have you saw some of the teams in this years uefa cup who have not played in the champs league this year? Be serious👍.

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19 Oct 2018 07:17:36
Coldo

How was that our most memorable European run to date.
What about 1972?
That is our most memorable European run if you ask me.

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19 Oct 2018 13:40:30
Most recent😩👍.

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19 Oct 2018 15:32:15
Coldo I don't expect us to get to the final again, I didn't suggest that either . All I am saying is it makes a highly improbable chance almost impossible, by allowing even bigger and better teams to drop in to the Europa league. Your not wrong, I am not right it's just that's my opinion, that I think teams should compete in the competition they qualify for and once they are out they are out.

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16 Oct 2018 17:20:42
Once again Steve Davis being talked about going to Rangers, just read it on Sky Sports, Scotsman, maybe it’s old news?

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16 Oct 2018 19:40:34
Some have expressed a view that his legs have gone and we don’t need him. I’m pretty sure that the following players’ legs had gone too - Souness, Francis, Wilkins, Thern, Gascoigne, N Cooper, D Bell. Even Davie Dodds and Andy Gray - although to be fair - Gray’s legs had definitely gone when he joined us. But it was a good laugh watching him. But not as funny as Kevin Kyle. Actually, that’s not correct, it wasn’t remotely amusing.

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16 Oct 2018 19:54:36
Andy Grey scored 5 goals in 14 games for Rangers what's funny about that bruised?

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16 Oct 2018 20:21:56
Jyf. I smiled when he scored, chuckled when he ran and wet myself when he turned slower than the Torrey Canyon. As did half the main stand as I recall.

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16 Oct 2018 21:55:22
If you say so bruised, not the way I remember it though 5 in 14 ain't bad in my eyes.
I find it strange that a Rangers fan would wet his pants laughing at a Rangers player that helped us win the league that year.
P. S. I hope your incontinence has cleared up!

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16 Oct 2018 22:15:44
Thanks for asking but nope - I still like to enjoy myself at Ibrox and reek o’ pish as a consequence all the way home every time.

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17 Oct 2018 13:57:50
Steven davis would be a great signing for us.

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18 Oct 2018 14:16:04
I'd take davis👍.

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16 Oct 2018 10:09:14
I was sitting next to a sports rights lawyer at a dinner last night and inevitably the conversation drifted around to our current SD fight.

Whilst he was/ is not involved with Rangers, he said that the "matching clause" was very common in merchandising deals because the sums of money can be so huge.

In his opinion, my is a sore loser and is simply making life as difficult as possible for us by examining every single legal loophole without any real desire to win a merchandising deal.

He could match the JD sport deal and we would have to give him the contract, however, he is insisting on examining every single (tiny) part of the deal with a supposed view that he would cherry pick only the best bits - we would not have to agree to thins but my is insisting that we give him the detail in any case.

In other words, SD would not have signed the get out deal (£3m) last year without the "matching clause" that is common place.

Without knowing all the facts, the lawyer recons that we will win the case because the judge (at some point) will run out of patience with SD's spoiling actions that are designed only to be a pain in the butt but have the possibility of causing significant material damage to our club.

Time will tell.

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16 Oct 2018 12:38:47
Sounds about right with that rat Dk17👍.

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16 Oct 2018 13:13:27
Sounds highly likely dk 17.

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16 Oct 2018 17:15:44
Ashley is a nice utter bellend. A man who would happily return to the days of slavery.

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16 Oct 2018 18:40:42
All is well DK17 has spoken to.

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16 Oct 2018 22:06:40
Hey Return, I know I fine chap from Mull, are you acquainted with any of the Mcleans.

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17 Oct 2018 16:49:41
Get yourself a spell check.

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13 Oct 2018 14:38:52
Heard rangers are looking at Southampton striker Sam Gallagher with a view bringing him in on loan or permanent signing replacement for Sadiq.

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16 Oct 2018 12:04:23
Be a fantastic signing sort of Gerrard type signing and is available.

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11 Oct 2018 21:54:31
Let's put to rest us signing Naismith, nothing to do with what he said, no legs anymore, not what we need.
Souter very poor player.
Mcgregor saved Scotland from a doing.

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12 Oct 2018 06:29:22
The red card helped Israel to win last night but it was backs to the wall even before then, 3 at the back doesn’t work for me with these players, I do agree that we need to find a way of getting tierney and Robertson in the team though. Naismith is a bench player for me, I’d like to see us go 4-4-2 with Robertson and Tierney on the left interchanging and finding a way to damage teams on the left if one goes up on the overlap the other falls back to defence. I’d also go McBurnie and Griffiths upfront and see how that went. Obviously if we were playing a top team like we will on Sunday then we could drop a striker and go with 5 in midfield. Tough job for McLiesh as we don’t have an outstanding group group just now but we have enough decent players who play at a decent level to make a better job than last night! Roll on next Sunday for Accies away!

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12 Oct 2018 06:47:10
He did find a way to get teirney and robertson in the team and we got humped!

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12 Oct 2018 09:29:48
Was O Donnell the worst player ever in a Scottish international team -no positional sense or obvious ability -
Who has been worse -possibly some of Berti's boys right enough.

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12 Oct 2018 09:34:50
Of have McKay on the left Forrest on the right Griffiths an Russell up front hate Griffiths but he is the best Scotland have to offer wether u like it or not . Jack Mcginn and McGregor in the middle and kt at rb Robertson lb Bates and mckenna in the middle of the defence booboom 4-3-3 anyone agree.

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12 Oct 2018 09:53:29
Robertson is better than tierney end of so why accommodate them both tierney was all over the place last night at cb! 4-4-2 bring Callum Paterson in at rb although playing a more advanced role for Cardiff he offers height pace and energy on the right side! Once fit would have ryan jack sitting in front of back four to shore up the constant onslaught that us scots seem to have in games especially away from home! Maybe ryan Kent has a Scottish dog or something to play for us 🤣.

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12 Oct 2018 12:24:40
stirling, what part of griffiths pulling out of the game because he couldn't be bothered did you miss? Why do we need tierney and robertson in the team if one has to play out of position you're as bad as Mcliesh with your team selection.

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12 Oct 2018 15:24:54
McKay is garbage.

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12 Oct 2018 18:13:16
never been a fan of big eck tactically inept shocking line up and tactics not a big international fan but eck is living on borrowed time.

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13 Oct 2018 08:35:35
If big alex mcleish doesn't turn this scotland team around fast, the supporters will drift away, which will force the sfa to act! A good choice also to be a future scotland manager is kilmarnock manager stevie clarke! The job he's done with killie is nothing short of remarkable! Great organiser and tactically astute! Before gerrard came on the horizon, i wanted stevie clarke as the rangers manager!

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13 Oct 2018 11:35:45
If we can’t beat Israel then we shouldn’t be nowhere near the euros, disgusting performance with exception of Mcgregor, Mcleish is a dinosaur with outdated tactics only took the job for a last pay before he retires.

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13 Oct 2018 13:11:50
Paterson is stinking as a right back so drop that idea.

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09 Oct 2018 15:50:14
Ryan Kent is valued at 2.1M pretty cheap considering his performance 2022 Liverpool contract ends. Gerrard has already enquired about getting him permanent on Monday Liverpool has asked for some time to decide.

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09 Oct 2018 17:24:53
Just read article with list of free agents next year and seen GMS from sheep. is there just putting it out there what fellow troops think.

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09 Oct 2018 18:50:22
Ya fud, get a grip.

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09 Oct 2018 21:12:58
Mackay-Steven behave urself. Couldn’t cut it on the puddle drinkers bench, not good enough for us.

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09 Oct 2018 23:43:09
@redgerr - he’s as good at football as he is at swimming! 😉.

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09 Oct 2018 23:47:28
Red ger u r having a laugh.

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10 Oct 2018 10:05:28
hahaha I've read it all now😂😂😂.

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10 Oct 2018 10:38:15
GMS?! Did you actually think about what you were writing at any point! Haha!

Kent would be an absolute steal at £2.1m, but I am sure he is contracted for another 4 years?

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10 Oct 2018 10:42:51
valued at £2.1m by who?

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10 Oct 2018 12:20:44
Probably the value from transfermarkt. co. uk

The values on there are in no way accurate tbh yet people seem to keep referencing them.

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10 Oct 2018 13:50:29
Read somewhere that Liverpool would want 7 m for Kent.

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10 Oct 2018 15:21:34
Sorry for being ignorant could someone tell me who is gms.

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10 Oct 2018 17:02:06
Agreed Grant, transfermarkt is absolute nonsense. Not sure why people use it.

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10 Oct 2018 19:28:18
@6counties Gary mackay Stevens.

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10 Oct 2018 21:51:08
The only thing about transfermarkt that's nonsense is indeed the valuations for some of the players. Stats and data wise it's one of the best football sites there is.

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10 Oct 2018 22:12:37
A love rangers so so much just thought a would put it oot there lads.

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10 Oct 2018 23:16:23
Only way we get him for that price is if we agreed a fee as part of the deal. Hopefully we did!

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13 Oct 2018 14:22:50
we need more guys with guts like bates to go try other leagues to develope their game. going to england teaches our player nothng but how to sit on a bench.

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09 Oct 2018 14:09:49
Heard a rumour whilst I was on holiday, a fellow bluenose from Glasgow told me that Naismith was coming back in January, or the club was trying for him.

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09 Oct 2018 14:16:20
Would be a great addition as back up to Alfredo.

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09 Oct 2018 15:17:20
We need three quality options up front. We have two. Naismith would be welcome in my book.

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09 Oct 2018 17:11:11
Take the wee man back in a heartbeat gives 100% all the time but don’t think Hearts would play ball unless someone going opposite direction maybe Wallace.

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09 Oct 2018 17:17:33
Think he is still a Norwich player, only on loan at Hearts. Believe contract with Norwich up in June.

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09 Oct 2018 19:08:00
Agree would take Naisy back. Expected to see a lot of knuckle draggers commenting on this calling him all the traitors under the sun etc. He would run himself into the ground for the club if he came back, would take him in a heartbeat.

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09 Oct 2018 19:20:28
Why does thinking naismith should not be allowed anywhere near a Rangers shirt again, after he disrespected the last one he had, make anyone a knuckle dragger? Please explain swag.

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09 Oct 2018 20:56:18
Methinks the swagman is the knuckle dragger. If he thinks it's ok for that wee person to disrespect our club so badly and unnecessarily, then fine. I for one hope that he never gets to slither in the back door again at this great club. And I was a big fan of his the first time. That press conference did it for me when I was already at an all time low. I suggest you google the interview with him and Whittaker and come back and see if you feel the same. If you do you are not the sort I would ever want near me.

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09 Oct 2018 21:10:13
I must be a knuckle dragger then! I Personally wouldn't take the "traitor" back - as you call him Theswagman.

I think its great that you can forgive and forget the way in which he left our club - I can't. It maybe my shortcoming, but I'm happy to live with that.

More so than I would be happy to see him ever profit from our football club ever again!

He could have transferred over like Steven Davis, or he could have left with some dignity (like a lot of the others), saying "Rangers have offered to transfer my contract to new co - but I have decided not to accept it and want to try my luck elsewhere", fine.

But he chose an entirely different route! and I simply can't forget.

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09 Oct 2018 23:48:08
Norwich freed him.

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10 Oct 2018 08:06:40
Nothing to do with interview, over that and moved on. He's just not what we need.

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10 Oct 2018 09:18:08
Mcgregor came back, lafferty came back, they both deserted us but all is forgiven? Naismith says something stupid and he is an outcast? The mentality of some on here is questionable🙃. If gerrard signed naismith would you all rip up your season book and call for gerrard's head🤔😂. Naismith would add to our group, no doubt about it👍. Tell me, those who didn't want lafferty back because he "deserted us", did you cheer him when he dragged us out the shoite at motherwell? Or when he equalized in villareal? . Or what about the other "deserter" mcgregor, his saves at 1-0 against hearts kept us in it, who here never cheered the great saves? C'mon show of hands🤔. Who sat in a huff with their arms folded with a petited lip🤔😂. How can we move forward when knuckle draggers keep going back to the past. If gerrard wants naismith then that's fine by me👍.

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10 Oct 2018 10:28:44
I like Naismith and would welcome him back, problem is the system we play- no way would he play in Alfredo’s role as a main striker, I see him more in the role of Arfield and that’s the problem Arfield is better and we have lots of good options in there, so I think Naismith would be surplus to requirements rather than the typical “he’s no welcome back” attitude!

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10 Oct 2018 10:43:58
I'd take him. He's better than Sadiq.

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10 Oct 2018 11:36:55
The club at the time was run by absolute criminals and charlatans. It was an emotional time, he was a young man and people make mistakes. People need to get a grip. The only people you should be angry at are the ones who ran the club into the ground. You know as well as I do that if Naisy came back he would give 100% for the team and would be a massive upgrade on our current 3rd choice striker.

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10 Oct 2018 11:39:05
Wee Colin, what a wee tease you are! Seriously if you want to toll over and let that wee rat give you one, fine. Maybe you're used to that, I, m not, and I'm most certainly not a knuckle dragger 👍.

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10 Oct 2018 12:03:25
I take it you sat in a huff then seeker. By the sounds of it your not used to much, and nope I'll not be getting one as you put it👍. Feel free to comeback with an educated argument to the points that I stated in my original post. that's if you have time inbetween changing the plasters on your knuckles. 👍.

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10 Oct 2018 12:25:27
coldo, is a knuckledragger just someone with a different opinion to you? If not then please explain what one is and how it applies to the fans who do not want a player who disrespected us fans when we were hurting like never before, back in a Rangers shirt. Show me where Mcgregor or Lafferty had a go at us.

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10 Oct 2018 12:59:53
A knuckle dragger is someone who has a certain outlook because of bitternes / hate or a lack of understanding / education on the issue thus explaining why they vent in hate instead of actually contributing a valid and reasoned argument as why they form their belief 👍. I respect the opinions of others if the opinion has substance, is informed and brings a valid contribution to the discussion👍. So jyf have you got anything constructive to add? Who said they had a go? Mcgregor and lafferty bailed out when we needed them just like naismith. I take it jyf that in 2012 you were one of the ones that said laffery and mcgregor would be welcome back or were you in the majority that said none of the rats would be welcome back, be honest now🤔. So what you are saying is that the rats who deserted us are welcome back but the rats who deserted us and said something stupid are not welcome back? This unreasoned thought process is part of the definition of a knuckle dragger. See above👍.

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10 Oct 2018 13:03:16
You're wasting your time jyf. It's only at the wind up anyway as I've already seen it on here refer to Naismith as a wee rat. A balloon is the term I believe 👍.

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10 Oct 2018 13:19:17
Mcgregor lafferty naismith etc are all rats for deserting us, I like everyone else was devasted when the "rangers men" abandoned us in 2012 but you can't have a heirachy of rats that define who can and can't comeback. that's nonsensical👍. Anyway mrs mckay, how's barry getting on? Is he a superstar yet? Naismith is better than barry dumb bee-atch 😂👍.

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10 Oct 2018 16:31:48
I think that should be hierarchy coldo. Hierarchy of rats! Preposterous! 👍.

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11 Oct 2018 08:22:39
You know your gubbed when your only comeback is to point out a spelling mistake. Well played seeker👏👍.

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11 Oct 2018 08:36:30
Coldo,

I disagree with your opinion that Naismith actions and words during that presss conference can be put down to stupidity. It was a cold and calculated press conference to bail out on the club. There is no justification for what he said and this was a guy who twice suffered serious knee injuries and was well looked after by the club.

To this day it’s still a major bone of contention about the new club issue and for one of our own players to say that knowing how this is unforgivable. Can you imagine the reaction if Lennon had said that at a press conference? It’s a sad day when you label fellow Rangers fans as knuckdraggers just because they don’t like Naismith or want him back. It’s an opionion based on what happened and not unreasonable.

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11 Oct 2018 12:05:32
Bindo, what's sad is that the very same "fans" that labelled mcgregor lafferty etc rats for running out on us are now cheering them and all is forgiven. Look I don't care if naismith comes back or not, I just find it hilariously condratictive that these "fans" have forgiven lafferty and mcgregor but naismith is the route of all evil. Its knuckle dragging mentality when you break it down like this - These fans are pretty much saying that its ok to abandon us but don't dare call us a new club 🙃👍.

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11 Oct 2018 14:42:37
the difference between the others that "bailed out" on us and Naismith is that Naismith said the things he said, which were totally unacceptable and clearly a stab at rangers football club. he also suffered major injuries and offered a new deal therefore well looked after. and in many rangers fans opinions kind of owed it to the club to at least sign over and get some small fee for him.

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11 Oct 2018 15:22:06
Personally I would rather that we looked for a younger player with sell on value. Better to look in Europe and even further afield and see if we can pick up some quality at a knock down price!

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