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Jaapham

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  1. Charlie Telfer will decide this week whether to return to Rangers for the new season or pursue a move to Dundee United. The midfielder is out of contract at Ibrox and had been the subject of a £60,000 bid from United last season, an offer which was rejected at the time. The 18-year-old had been occupied by involvement with the Scotland Under-19 side who were left deflated at the bottom of their Euro Elite group this week, but he is now free to decide his future. Were he to seek a move to Tannadice then a tribunal would decide the fee. "I want to play football and that will be no different if I
  2. Might be something in the Allan one, he's on loan at Birmingham but doesn't even get in the squad. They also tried to send him back to WBA in jan but they refused to let them shorten loan. Clearly doesn't have a future with them if they are willing to let him waste a season. Personally I'd be quite happy with him signing for us.
  3. Remember a Gerard 2 footed tackle on Gary naysmith I think it was being bad
  4. Will today be classed as his debut or will it be the first game after he's registered?
  5. I'm not as up on the youth teams as I'd like to be, but just wondered whether we have any exciting prospects in our youth teams. I've heard of the young goalkeeper that was linked with man utd and man city last season, mcrorie I think it is? Is there any other young bears to keep an eye out for in the coming seasons?
  6. If its up front hopefully it's not as a pair with daly coz there's no pace at all. At the moment tho he would have to be cb, until we sign anyone else. Im not sure there's a place for him tbh and with the players we have for cm I really hope it's not there coz he doesn't have the legs anymore
  7. He said the too three were Crawford, faure and Hutton. Either everyone came back a fat mess or faure and Hutton have knuckled down and made an effort in the close season!
  8. Ally and his staff also have a history of signing players and never playing them. Matt McKay springs to mind We have foster cole argy and Mitchell for rb, it wouldn't surprise me to see perry shoehorned at rb to accommodate jig and emilson at cb, he seems to like for and for what reason I will never understand
  9. Was said that hearts haven't registered him yet and he's technically still on loan until his contracts up. Hearts have now been given a signing ban so it looks like he's on the lookout for another club But tbf, I would take him back. Still young with potential, and also would have a sell on fee. He took a risk in signing for a massive club, it's not like he went to a sheff weds, bolton or stoke. That risk backfired but as has been said, the money we got went towards jelavic and losing Wilson didn't affect our team.
  10. Last season one of my main complaints was how we took set pieces, we move the ball for jig and more often than not its blocked by the player charging the ball down
  11. Seen a few posts on twitter this morning so take it with a pinch of salt, that Tom hateley will begin talks with us on the 10th and has indicated through his dad that he is keen to sign for us (who could blame him) I personally think he would be a good signing, we are in desperate need of someone who can take a decent set piece. Remember a few seasons ago when scum signed him that leaves his kids in his car we were linked with him and wasn't happy about it, but he's definitely improved and brought something to their team. I think that TH could bring the same versatility and expertise from dead
  12. Live in Leeds and good friend is a hudds season ticket holder who didn't rate him at all. He's also a massive tim so a no from me! Would rather have Nicky Law
  13. Boumsong! Was good for us tbf but the guy thought he was better than he was
  14. Ah shit! Hopefully someone can remove this!
  15. The actual plan Rangers' football philosophy Rangers are in a unique position in British football in that we have a company that is debt free, and a very large faithful following even in the lowest league. Being in the lowest league also provides the opportunity to create a new structure with less pressure to make mistakes, and give ourselves time to 'test/try' new systems. If we were in the top league there would be a huge pressure to succeed, but with Division Two and Division One over the next couple of years we can afford to learn from mistakes, so that in three years time we have a succes
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