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Jack Wilshere linked with a move. Would be a decent signing. 
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Jack Wheelchair!  He'd not last a month! 

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Rangers now linked with both Wilshere and Danny Welbeck
Both would or maybe should do well up there, but would Rangers take the chance on massive wages and both injury prone
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Originally posted by ChesterCopperpot ChesterCopperpot wrote:

Rangers now linked with both Wilshere and Danny Welbeck
Both would or maybe should do well up there, but would Rangers take the chance on massive wages and both injury prone
Wilshere at least would have to be "Pay per play".

Though I'm not sure how much he could afford to pay them to get a game.
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Originally posted by ChesterCopperpot ChesterCopperpot wrote:

Rangers now linked with both Wilshere and Danny Welbeck
Both would or maybe should do well up there, but would Rangers take the chance on massive wages and both injury prone

Welbeck seems a strange one. They bought two strikers plus Defoe and Morelos and he usually plays one. Never rated Welbeck, if he hadnt started at Utd dont think any of us would have heard of him.

I wasnt surprised with the Wilshere link has he had been bleating about a midfielder but they did sign some guy from French 2nd tier on deadline day. 

Id imagine both would take no less than £25-30k per week. Not massive money and no fee but still a gamble with all the uncertainty plus as you mention their injury record. 
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A friend of a friend knows Steven Davis.  Told him they are throwing everything at stopping 10 and even if they do they will have an administration as it will be a price worth paying when the season ends!
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Would have to agree with the above, and £25-£30k in the SPL seems quite high wages. Not sure who their highest paid would be at the moment. Read this, may explain Welbeck, but some difference in the teams linked with

  • Rangers star Alfredo Morelos has remained tight-lipped over his future after links to Qatari club Al Duhail and PSG.


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Morelos is linked with more clubs than Peter Stringfellow!  
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Originally posted by savo01 savo01 wrote:

A friend of a friend knows Steven Davis.  Told him they are throwing everything at stopping 10 and even if they do they will have an administration as it will be a price worth paying when the season ends!
You honestly believe Davis told you’re friend of friend that? No bitter hun would ever admit that.
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Why would Davis now? He is a midfielder, not a director!
Greed has won, big finance has won. Whatever small role elite clubs still play in the local communities from which they grew is dwarfed now by their position as global brands.
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Some idiot 'businessman' called Gibson has put £5mill into the black hole named Sevco

This is not an "investment " , a term the smsm keep feeding the hordes

Don't believe the hype
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[/QUOTE] You honestly believe Davis told you’re friend of friend that? No bitter hun would ever admit that.[/QUOTE]

This guy is actually a businessman in Southampton who invested with Davis back when he was with them so i'd say it is quite credible.  They needed £10m in February to keep going until the end of the season and have no bank loan facilities so this is a likely scenario regardless of rumours.  They simply cannot sustain their spending and lockdown is not helping them either. 
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I think it was more the putting themselves in administration to stop it part
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Slippy g has been cleared of criticising the ref in their game despite saying it clearly on tv cameras

Absolute joke

Hes been getting away with criticism of officials since his very first match v Aberdeen

Lennon would be on his 12th match ban by now

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Originally posted by tonyjaa tonyjaa wrote:

Slippy g has been cleared of criticising the ref in their game despite saying it clearly on tv cameras

Absolute joke

Actually he was charged with "alleging bias or incompetence" on the part of the ref, not mere "criticism" of him.

And he wasn't "cleared", rather his case fell under that peculiarly Scottish concept of "Not proven".

From reading what he actually said, had the tribunal found him guilty, I suspect that he could have appealed on the grounds that his remarks merely alleged inconsistency on the ref's part, which would have been hard to disprove..

Meanwhile, it seems the remarks followed a case of a Rangers player being injured and stretchered off, with the opponent not receiving even a yellow card, never mind a red.

I always thought only Rangers ever benefited from their players escaping scot-free after injuring an opponent, no?
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Originally posted by ChesterCopperpot ChesterCopperpot wrote:

I think it was more the putting themselves in administration to stop it part

Not really.  If they stop 10 it gives them another 9 years breathing space  and they can wipe out millions of debt again.  These are bitter people who will do anything!
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Playing another team this Thursday badly effected by the virus

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They had no luck on Saturday. Just a far better organised and managed team comfortably beating one that should really be beating them.
Greed has won, big finance has won. Whatever small role elite clubs still play in the local communities from which they grew is dwarfed now by their position as global brands.
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