11 Jan 2017 10:09:19
Guys I know we are all looking for a marquee long term signing this window but I cannot see it happening. The two short term loan signings will be a good addition to the squad. They will add a bit of competition to our weak midfield and should help us secure second place and provide a taste of much needed European football back at Ibrox. That then will be an attraction for better players with the chance to play in Europe. Much has been said about King and others around long term investment and the five year plan. Major investment in any shape or form seems a long way away. We seem to be surviving on drip fed loans at the moment and until this mess with Ashley is resolved that is what we have to deal with. The five year plan now involves slowly getting back on or feet, not being reckless, financial stability and ultimately stopping Celtic achieving ten in a row as currently we are miles behind them in every sense. It's a difficult situation. We all want a quick return to the success of the past but considering where we have came from patience is key.
11 Jan 2017 10:42:00
As long as we get good ones in and better than we have this season ansd continue to do ths for the short term.
11 Jan 2017 11:43:27
Not sure if everyone on here understands the meaning of "5 year plan"
11 Jan 2017 13:12:32
BR65, I am not sure that everyone on the Rangers Board knows the meaning of a five years plan!
11 Jan 2017 14:29:27
This 5 year plan people go on about is nonsense! Do some of u honestly think regardless of results or performances we should hive this guy 5 years? I just see too many poor decisions and an unwillingness to see what is obvious to most fans for him to be here much longer. I don't trust him with what little money we have and think the end of the season should be the end of the road for weir and warburton