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New BBC (bigots and tax dodgers) website (yes, I know but bear with me) reporting that Bolton are looking to send Gregg Wylde out on loan to Carlisle United.

That premiership move turned out well for you sunshine!

Play against Man U, on Sky every week, test yourself against the best for the good of your career you say.....

Another ex player finding it not so green on the other side.

Like Davis and Naismith ( judas rats) he's discovered that after Rangers anything else is a step down.

Enjoy league 1 Gregg.

( why does he have a name like a porn star???)

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If that's the case and his intentions were honourable then I apologise.

Just remember he was first out the door after a summer of being linked with moves down south.

ffs. So you start a thread slagging a ex Rangers player and you don't even fucking know why he left. anguish.gif

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STV understands Wylde has agreed to waive his March salary and will not take any redundancy package.

"I wanted to help out the club by keeping people in a job," Wylde told STV. "I was so tired I couldn't really sleep at night.

"It was getting to me so I thought I would leave."

Not sure if he was milking the situation to help his own but that's what the mhedia went with.

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If that's the case and his intentions were honourable then I apologise.

Just remember he was first out the door after a summer of being linked with moves down south.

Wylde left in March not long after we went into administration.

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He was first to walk as I recall but at the time, we were absolutely fucked and he stated he was leaving for the good of the club, no hard feelings from me and wish him well. Definitely not a traitor IMO and was a brave and mature move for a young lad.

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I liked Wylde, but some of his more wayward passes got him stick from the fans and he didn't seem able to handle that and turn into the prospect I'd hoped for him.

Good luck to the guy anyway, I'd say his intentions were honarble, even if it was the chance he was waiting for to get out. There was a lot of shit going down then, must have wore him out and not being loved by the fans.

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He claimed to have left to save the club wages,imo He left because he thought he seen a sinking ship and he could get more money at bolton,so he jumped at the chance,This is the same player that after a few games was refusing to sign a new contract from ally if i remember correctly.The boy got higher wages at a smaller club and jumped out the ship,If only he knew What he was leaving behind.Maby he will get a move back with a hibs or a Hearts (SFL3 feeder club) once his great premiership career comes to a halt.By the way things are looking he aint even gonna get started.Plus he left for free like the rest,so i fail to see a diffrence between him and the other rangers men.Good luck and good riddance

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Wylde left when it looked like we would be cutting staff, this is a guy who took pelters for wearing a Rangers chain when he played for the taigs - trust me if he wasn't a professional footballer he's be in the stands at Ibrox.

Edit: Wylde went to the administrators and volunteered to be released from his contract, they didn't even know who he was! They had the opportunity to say no but at the time cost cutting was needed.

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Wylde left when it looked like we would be cutting staff, this is a guy who took pelters for wearing a Rangers chain when he played for the taigs - trust me if he wasn't a professional footballer he's be in the stands at Ibrox.

So if naismith and all the other players walked out when wylde did,you would be ok with that <cr>

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So if naismith and all the other players walked out when wylde did,you would be ok with that <cr>

Walked out? He volunteered to be released from his contract to save costs (and consequently jobs) - the administrators didn't even know who he was - totally different situation to Paysmith etc as they had a high sell on value.

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He claimed to have left to save the club wages,imo He left because he thought he seen a sinking ship and he could get more money at bolton,so he jumped at the chance,This is the same player that after a few games was refusing to sign a new contract from ally if i remember correctly.The boy got higher wages at a smaller club and jumped out the ship,If only he knew What he was leaving behind.Maby he will get a move back with a hibs or a Hearts (SFL3 feeder club) (SFL3 feeder club) once his great premiership career comes to a halt.By the way things are looking he aint even gonna get started.Plus he left for free like the rest,so i fail to see a diffrence between him and the other rangers men.Good luck and good riddance

He volunteered to have his contract terminated instead of hanging about for compulsory redundancy which was a real possibility at the time. Did he have an offer from Bolton when he quit Rangers? Who knows but he left when the chances were he was going to be made redundant as that's what D+P were saying. He never took a penny from Rangers which he would have got if his contract was binned. IMO he did what he thought was right and knew he would get a game elsewhere and made a moral decision. I'd shake his hand if I met him.

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To be fair to him his reasons for leaving seemed honourable at the time but we will never know if macavennie orchestrated the move. Good luck to the boy though, can't be compared to the others who left us in the lurch in my opinion...

In terms of ability the boy was a one trick pony...great pace that he seemed almost frightened to use at times but he had no trickery or guile...I compare him to Frazier aird and as well as being 3 years younger than when Wylde came through he looks a much better prospect with alot more attributes to make it!

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Walked out? He volunteered to be released from his contract to save costs (and consequently jobs) - the administrators didn't even know who he was - totally different situation to Paysmith etc as they had a high sell on value.

Yeah in his words he done it to save costs,but i think he couldent wait to get out as he thought we were sinking,and im pretty sure he would have been worth something.So do you think alot of our other players not worth much should have done the same.The 1s that stayed and transfered over dont do walking away.The rest of the rats can go and take a fuck to themselves.

If any of them ever return to ibrox they will be getting dogs abuse from me.As i said before he was desperate for his big move even before all the administration shit started.He saw his chance to walk away and spewed his bile about doing in to save jobs.

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Yeah in his words he done it to save costs,but i think he couldent wait to get out as he thought we were sinking,and im pretty sure he would have been worth something.So do you think alot of our other players not worth much should have done the same.The 1s that stayed and transfered over dont do walking away.The rest of the rats can go and take a fuck to themselves.

If any of them ever return to ibrox they will be getting dogs abuse from me.As i said before he was desperate for his big move even before all the administration shit started.He saw his chance to walk away and spewed his bile about doing in to save jobs.

The administrators could have said no, he didn't push to be released he only asked if it would help and was told yes!

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The administrators could have said no, he didn't push to be released he only asked if it would help and was told yes!

Fair enough you think he done it for the good of the club and i respect your opinion.

I think he couldent have got out the door quick enough and is no better than the rest.If all our other players done what he done,we would have been left in a far worse position.But hey we all got our own opinions,i also think the wingers we got now will turn out to be alot better in the long run for us :crabflute:

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