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47 minutes ago, bennett said:

Personally I'd like to see us help Dundee out with a couple of players.

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1 hour ago, bennett said:

Sun sports understands....

Tbh a loan would probably be best for Hastie, give him first team experience without our fans getting on his back.

Would he be welcome back at fir park if he does go on loan?

Doubtful he'd be welcome back he seemed to be fully acting the c**t by the time he left. Granted he was pretty much told he wouldn't play again but his performances had already dipped by that point and the game against St Johnstone where he was roundly booed he'd gone off a cliff.

Equally it's a case of him being your problem now (well, not you personally), Motherwell will take the development fee but there's zero point in us developing a player for Rangers once he's left the building. We've already been signing players in his position anyway and the focus is really on developing the Academy players who are signed to the club.

I'd have thought you'd probably do what you've done with Docherty and loan him down to League 1 or something.

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1 hour ago, bennett said:

Would he be welcome back at fir park if he does go on loan?

I doubt we'd want him. After a handful of good times he was sussed out and then downed tools completely once Sevco came sniffing around.

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12 hours ago, capt_oats said:

 the game against St Johnstone where he was roundly booed he'd gone off a cliff.

 

That was a sensationally awful cameo, his first attack was 1v1 with the full back, who simply prevented him cutting in, and he got so confused about what to do he just fell over :lol:

Finally got a decent crossing chance on his left later on and passed it to the keeper instead.

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He's a good player with a lot of potential but this is crazy.

 

Liverpool will demand £12 million ($15.3m) for Ryan Kent this summer, with the young winger set to turn down the chance to join Leeds United on loan.

The 22-year-old is in demand following an excellent season with Scottish legends Rangers in the Scottish Premiership. Kent was voted Scotland’s Young Player of the Year having made 43 appearances for Steven Gerrard’s side, scoring six goals. 

Leeds made a formal offer to take the Oldham-born wide man on loan next season, but sources close to the situation have told Goal that Kent’s preference would be to either stake a claim for a first-team spot at Liverpool or to join another club permanently

 

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Rangers players again distinguishing themselves.  Jones and Davis helping Northern Ireland to 12 points in 4 qualifying games and Kamara the pivot in a 2-0 away win for Finland. 

Two cracking goals for Scott Arfield in a training exercise for Canada against the might of Trinidad and Tobago.

 

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1 hour ago, killiepiemuncher said:


Another non scoring dud taking up a sizeable wage, what’s not to like.

I thought Magennis was class for us to be honest.  Certainly wouldn't call him a dud.

You also need to factor in that he will just be allowed to smash people about as a Sevco player without any repercussions.

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RANGERS can today confirm the signing of Greg Stewart on a two-year-deal.

The Scotsman joins on a free contract after leaving Birmingham City this summer. The 29-year-old had been on loan to Aberdeen for the second half of the 2018/19 season, having spent the first six months of the campaign with Kilmarnock.

The forward will now stay in Scotland to join Steven Gerrard’s squad having spent the majority of his career north of the border. This will be a return of sorts for the Stirling born player as he began his footballing career in the Rangers Academy.

His first senior club was Cowdenbeath, where he made over 100 appearances before moving to Dundee in 2014 where he spent two years. His time with the Dees saw him catch the eye of Championship Birmingham City and he signed a three-year-deal at St Andrews in August 2016.

He returned to Scotland on loan to Aberdeen for the 2017/18 season and now makes a permanent return with the Gers

 

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Rangers players again distinguishing themselves.  Jones and Davis helping Northern Ireland to 12 points in 4 qualifying games and Kamara the pivot in a 2-0 away win for Finland. 
Two cracking goals for Scott Arfield in a training exercise for Canada against the might of Trinidad and Tobago.
 

Another ex Dee ‘Kallman’ scoring for Finland too. Why were we so crap last season?

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1 hour ago, bennett said:

RANGERS can today confirm the signing of Greg Stewart on a two-year-deal.

The Scotsman joins on a free contract after leaving Birmingham City this summer. The 29-year-old had been on loan to Aberdeen for the second half of the 2018/19 season, having spent the first six months of the campaign with Kilmarnock.

The forward will now stay in Scotland to join Steven Gerrard’s squad having spent the majority of his career north of the border. This will be a return of sorts for the Stirling born player as he began his footballing career in the Rangers Academy.

His first senior club was Cowdenbeath, where he made over 100 appearances before moving to Dundee in 2014 where he spent two years. His time with the Dees saw him catch the eye of Championship Birmingham City and he signed a three-year-deal at St Andrews in August 2016.

He returned to Scotland on loan to Aberdeen for the 2017/18 season and now makes a permanent return with the Gers

 

Stewart has had approximately 7 mangers in his career and only 2 have managed to get him play to his potential , Hartley and SSC . 

Good luck slippy 

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57 minutes ago, Snifter Pee Rot said:

Stewart is a pretty woeful footballer. Chuffed with that signing.  

Yup, delighted

A fucking bizarre signing

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I thought Magennis was class for us to be honest.  Certainly wouldn't call him a dud.
You also need to factor in that he will just be allowed to smash people about as a Sevco player without any repercussions.

Of course he was a likeable football colossus when he was with us, that goes without saying. Just like Conor Sammon was too. Maybe Rangers could go for him as well.

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Good signing for Rangers but not going to sell many tickets

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