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Conjecture from the Mail about Davis' future


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Despite the headline-grabbing scheme floated last week by Bolton chairman Phil Gartside, Rangers remain no closer to a place in the promised land of England’s top flight. In Steven Davis, however, they have a player of undoubted Premiership pedigree.

The Northern Ireland international was instrumental in steering the Ibrox club into the Homecoming Scottish Cup Final, setting up all three goals in the last-four dismissal of St Mirren. Switching from right to central midfield after Pedro Mendes was stretchered off, it was a performance which underlined both the adaptability and quality of the PFA Scotland Player of the Year nominee.

He will surely be a key influence on whether or not Walter Smith’s squad can complete a Double over the remaining six games of the season, after which the club will reassess its financial position following January’s much-publicised willingness to sell a first-team player.

Midfield maestro: Steven Davis has been given a glowing reference by former Ulster coach Lawrie Sanchez

Davis was as close to an ‘untouchable’ as fiscally possible at the start of the year, with manager Smith anxious to retain the man signed on a four-year contact in a £2.5million raid on Fulham last August. Rangers have been warned, however, that the displays produced by the 24-yearold in a light blue jersey have not gone unnoticed in his old stamping ground south of the border.


Not surprised to see him finally being speculated on tbh. It's just conjecture, but he's a player we REALLY don't want to lose imo.

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I agree Danny, I don't want to lose Davis as I think he's going to be an integral part of the team for (hopefully) years to come. And the teams that would likely be after him in the EPL (Bolton, Sunderland, etc.) probably would not appeal to him as he's got a good chance of winning trophies and playing in the Champions League at Ibrox.

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This a Daily Heil non-story, any teams mentioned. Typical of that rag to come up with a story from fresh air with nothing to back it up with other than thier own stupid and silly prejudices. They also employ Melanie Phillips and Richard Littlejohn. Says it all.

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