10 Apr 2012 22:35:36
Naismith is not leaving rangers.
Steven Naismith won't b going anywhere, he's contracted until 2015 and along with greegs is our biggest playing asset. Obv if liquidation happens he'll b away. Had dinner with him a couple of nights ago and he's well aware of WBA bid/bids. He wants to stay and concentrate on getting bak to his best as this is the 2nd really bad injury he's had at rangers. It's not as though in his moments of need , the club said get on with it. They give him everything to assist him in a full recovery. He doesn't and won't forget that, a rangers man thru and thru. I'm not saying he won't leave eventually as he is destined for English prem as he's class, he is a friend and have known him 11yrs. We met on holiday and still meet up reg and I stay in Edinburgh. The lad is a star!!!
Honestly you still think that the players have small release clauses in their new contracts? Don't you think if the administrators did this then it would devalue the club quite a lot for potential bidders? Use some common sense mate
Why don't West Brom wait a couple of weeks and get him for free?
What's the point in him staying with Rangers?
No but Rangers is leaving Naismith.
Was succulent lamb on your menu? He is
He's a friend who is no doubt over the moon that your posting about him on here
Going down to the premiership still recovering from injury isnt a good idea. Getting warmed up and running rings round the crap up here then picking between a few bids is better. You have to be 100 percent when you go down there or you will be watching the games rather tham playing in them for a long time.
He was well aware of bid or bids, so he didnt know then, so the posts a lie
The administrators did put release clauses in the contracts. They had no option but to do so to sweeten the deal for players considering that they had to slash the wages by 75%
Rangers can not afford to pay Naismith or any other high earner, its the reason the club is in such a financial mess. No new owner is going to run up a 10 million pound loss in their first year, there is no Europe to even gamble on, its a guaranteed loss if they do not reduce wages significantly.
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