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Official text is the source, Gow becomes the 8th senior player to leave (to Plymouth) this Summer it points out.

Was certainly on edge after talking a pal of his last night.

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Wouldn't call him a senior player as he never got a game...

Oh well one more of the books, now Rangers can offer Blumstein a contract now.

Don't you start shooting the messenger (as thats what the text said) or I'll start calling you Elton :P

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He was a senior player in as much as he was on a senior players contract, and as we signed him on a Bosman, his wages would have been higher to reflect the fact we did not have to pay a fee.

A little unfortunate for the lad who never really got a chance, and the few chances he did get he was so keen to impress he didnt play well.

Good luck to him, and I hope he gets his career back on track.

From our POV, it is great to get another fringe player and wage off the books, as we are now approaching our target of player reductions and wage budget.

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Wouldn't call him a senior player as he never got a game...

Oh well one more of the books, now Rangers can offer Blumstein a contract now.

Don't you start shooting the messenger (as thats what the text said) or I'll start calling you Elton :P

Wasn't aimed at you mate, just what the official text said. :)

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Wouldn't call him a senior player as he never got a game...

Oh well one more of the books, now Rangers can offer Blumstein a contract now.

Don't you start shooting the messenger (as thats what the text said) or I'll start calling you Elton :P

Wasn't aimed at you mate, just what the official text said. :)

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As a side point, the point about the 8th senior player and its point. The official text service and its website keeps on pointing this out, mentioned the number when Greame Smith, Adam, Hemdani etc left. They're obviously wanting to prove their point as they'd said they'd curt down the squad.

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By Andrew Dickson

ALAN GOW has become the eighth senior player to leave Rangers this summer after he signed a two-year deal with Plymouth Argyle.

The winger made just two competitive appearances for the Light Blues in the two seasons he was contracted to the Ibrox club.

Gow follows Barry Ferguson, Christian Dailly, Brahim Hemdani, Graeme Smith, Charlie Adam, Andy Webster and Dean Furman out of the Gers exit door.

He moves for an undisclosed fee and goes straight into Argyle's squad for tomorrow's home match with QPR.

Gow spent two loan spells at Blackpool and Norwich City last season and is no stranger to the English game.

He'll hope to make an impact in the Championship, where he'll link up with fellow Scots Chris Clark, Jim Paterson, David McNamee and ex-Ranger Steven MacLean.

http://www.rangers.premiumtv.co.uk/page/He...1754726,00.html

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By Andrew Dickson

ALAN GOW has become the eighth senior player to leave Rangers this summer after he signed a two-year deal with Plymouth Argyle.

The winger made just two competitive appearances for the Light Blues in the two seasons he was contracted to the Ibrox club.

Gow follows Barry Ferguson, Christian Dailly, Brahim Hemdani, Graeme Smith, Charlie Adam, Andy Webster and Dean Furman out of the Gers exit door.

He moves for an undisclosed fee and goes straight into Argyle's squad for tomorrow's home match with QPR.

Gow spent two loan spells at Blackpool and Norwich City last season and is no stranger to the English game.

He'll hope to make an impact in the Championship, where he'll link up with fellow Scots Chris Clark, Jim Paterson, David McNamee and ex-Ranger Steven MacLean.

http://www.rangers.premiumtv.co.uk/page/He...1754726,00.html

Burley will have him in the Scotland squad soon :rolleyes:

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Alan Gow has signed for Championship side Plymouth Argyle in a £200k deal.

He represents the 8th senior Rangers player to have left Ibrox this summer, following Adam, Dailly and Ferguson to England. It now means the wage budget at Rangers has been slashed by over £80k a week, and we have gained over £2.5million in transfer fees this simmer.

Alan Gow’s time at Ibrox was a frustrating one for the player as he never made a single league appearance in two years after signing from Falkirk on a free transfer. Gow spent two loan sessions at Blackpool and Norwich, with both teams’ fans noticing the player wasn’t interested in playing for either team and became irritated with him.

In a similarly drawn out transfer like Charlie Adam’s move to Blackpool, it was clear Gow didn’t want to leave Ibrox. Plymouth manager Paul Sturrock had been very patient with the player and didn’t allow the deal to fall through. He has signed a two year contract.

Gow is Plymouth’s second summer signing from Scotland as they acquired Celtic player Cillian Sheridan on loan from Celtic

http://home.rangersmedia.co.uk/index.php/a...ove-to-plymouth

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about time to. One of the most pointless signings ever. Just glad to get him off the books and get a wee bit of money for him as well although i bet we ended up giving him a pay off anyway as he had to take a wage cut to go to plymouth

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