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Hold onto your hats, the first player we've been linked with is....A CENTRE BACK!! 

http://www.<No links to this website>/sport/football/football-transfer-news/incoming-rangers-boss-pedro-caixinha-10001770

Incoming Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha ready to raid Al-Gharafa for Rashid Sumaila – his godson

The Portuguese has described the Ghana star as his "trusted centre-back".

Pedro Caixinha is ready to raid his former club for a defender who is also his godson.

The incoming Rangers boss has described Ghana star Rashid Sumaila as his "trusted centre-back".

According to Qatari media, Caixinha is planning to take the 24-year-old from his former club Al-Ghafara.

Sumaila has won six caps for his country and in season 2010-11 was voted Ghana’s best defender. He also has a gold medal from the All-Africa Games during the same campaign.

Caixinha has been the godfather of the centre-half since he joined Al-Gharafa on loan from Al-Qadsia last year.

Sumaila is said to have been a key player in lifting the Qatari side from bottom of the Stars League to fifth place.

The Ghanian, who is out of contract at Al-Qadsia at the end of June, was voted as Al-Gharafa’s best player after the first round of the league.

Caixinha is now expected in Glasgow on Saturday after paperwork meant he missed his flight this morning.

 

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5 minutes ago, Leeds_Bear said:

Hold onto your hats, the first player we've been linked with is....A CENTRE BACK!! 

http://www.<No links to this website>/sport/football/football-transfer-news/incoming-rangers-boss-pedro-caixinha-10001770

Incoming Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha ready to raid Al-Gharafa for Rashid Sumaila – his godson

The Portuguese has described the Ghana star as his "trusted centre-back".

Pedro Caixinha is ready to raid his former club for a defender who is also his godson.

The incoming Rangers boss has described Ghana star Rashid Sumaila as his "trusted centre-back".

According to Qatari media, Caixinha is planning to take the 24-year-old from his former club Al-Ghafara.

Sumaila has won six caps for his country and in season 2010-11 was voted Ghana’s best defender. He also has a gold medal from the All-Africa Games during the same campaign.

Caixinha has been the godfather of the centre-half since he joined Al-Gharafa on loan from Al-Qadsia last year.

Sumaila is said to have been a key player in lifting the Qatari side from bottom of the Stars League to fifth place.

The Ghanian, who is out of contract at Al-Qadsia at the end of June, was voted as Al-Gharafa’s best player after the first round of the league.

Who could be Pedro Caixinha’s Rangers assistant? We run rule over runners and riders

Caixinha is now expected in Glasgow on Saturday after paperwork meant he missed his flight this morning.

The Portuguese coach is set to watch Sunday’s Old Firm clash in the Celtic Park stands.

God son ffs, who owns the management company? The god daughter!

Lazy journalism tbf

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18 minutes ago, Frank Harrison said:

'Caixinha has been the godfather of the centre-half since he joined Al-Gharafa on loan from Al-Qadsia last year'

What kind of freakshow is this

I'm pissing myself at that. No idea why I find it funny.

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20 minutes ago, Frank Harrison said:

'Caixinha has been the godfather of the centre-half since he joined Al-Gharafa on loan from Al-Qadsia last year'

What kind of freakshow is this

Is Rashid an orphan? 

Can't see Pedro just sauntering up to him at training declaring himself his godfather. 

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12 minutes ago, The Godfather said:

Is Rashid an orphan? 

Can't see Pedro just sauntering up to him at training declaring himself his godfather. 

He clearly made him an offer he couldn't refuse... 

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the lad likes a tackle.

 

the issue we have  - with any new signings not just this lad - is that the manager, in not knowing the first thing about scottish football, falls into the MW trap of thinking it is pretty shit and that journeyman players from lower leagues will coast it.

Every manager (or player for that matter)  who ever thought that has been found out, because you dont just have to be better than most, you have to be better than all the rest (to paraphrase Tina).

 

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6 minutes ago, KeyserSoze said:

 

I've got to be honest, as foolish as it is, I'd take the cunt on the back of that 90 second video. Even if there were no pictures the music alone had me sold!

Love a slide tackle does Rashid!

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