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Old 03-04-2004, 02:21   #16
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Mcleish to swoop for Scottish star McFadden

Rangers boss Alex McLeish is considering a summer rescue bid to pluck Scotland golden boy James McFadden from Everton’s reserves.

McFadden came off the bench to light up Hampden with a magical solo goal in Wednesday’s dismal 2-1 defeat by Romaina.

And that cameo appearance has whetted the appetite of McLeish who had been tempted to move for McFadden last summer before the youngster quit Motherwell for Merseyside in a £1.5million deal.

But with McFadden struggling to make the grade at Goodison, and McLeish preparing for a mass summer cull of his own squad, the move could be resurrected.

The 20-year-old has featured in just one of Everton’s last 13 games and McLeish plans to monitor McFadden’s situation closely between now and the end of the season.

Should he fail to hold down a regular place in Davie Moyes’ side, McLeish is likely to test the water by register his interest in taking the maverick north for the new season.

A top level Ibrox source said: “Alex has been an admirer of McFadden for some time – in fact he went on record last year to say just how highly he rates him.

“He is obviously aware that the player has fallen out of the first team picture and has not found it easy to adjust to life in the Premiership.

“But Wednesday night’s performance proved the lad still has what it takes.

“If his situation at Everton does not change in the coming weeks then obviously there could be a chance for us to do business.

“But that will also depend on which players leave Ibrox in the summer and how much money is raised.

“Let’s just say at this stage that McFadden is certainly a name that is interesting us.”

Keith Jackson – Daily Record


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Old 03-04-2004, 02:50   #17
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Motherwell away

........................Klos.. .......................
....Hutton......F. de Boer..Moore.....Ball..
.............................. ........................
......................Malcolm. .....................
....Namouchi..Hughes...Rae..Wa lker........
.............................. ........................
......................Thompson ...................


Klos is a cert.

Hutton has played brilliantly for Rangers and Mcleish would rather have him than Ricksen who will not commit to Rangers.
F. de Boer looks to be recovering from his injury and is likely to start.
Moore has no injuries or suspensions and will surely start.
Ball is playing well and has no genuine competition.

Malcolm is proving invaluable now in the holding midfield role.
With both Burke and de Boer injured, Namouchi could be given a game.
Hughes is player of the month for March which shows that he is playing brilliantly for the Rangers midfield.
Rae is also playing brilliantly.
Walker is a youngster who has been playing brilliantly in the under-19s and has been tipped to start ahead of Lovenkrands who has a slight knee injury.

Thompson played brilliantly against Celtic when he came on as a sub, he is a big tall striker who Rangers really need up front.
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This isn't the official Rangers thread you fucking moron since it isn't endorsed by them. your ability to copy and paste is astounding but I'm sure anyone who gives a damn can find those stories for themselves. I'm looking for an excuse to ban you, feel free to give me one.
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Old 03-04-2004, 04:19   #19
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There is an "Official Wolves thread" so why can't there be an "official Rangers thread".
Yes most of the posts in this thread are from the rangersworld website, but they are easier to find here.
Go on ban me, I'd love to see you lose your rights as a mod.
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Old 03-04-2004, 04:49   #20
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Wasn't that a bit harsh Alvin?
Me, being a lazy git found it quite handy.
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Old 03-04-2004, 06:15   #21
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Rangers boss Alex McLeish is considering a summer rescue bid to pluck Scotland golden boy James McFadden from Everton’s reserves.

McFadden came off the bench to light up Hampden with a magical solo goal in Wednesday’s dismal 2-1 defeat by Romaina.

And that cameo appearance has whetted the appetite of McLeish who had been tempted to move for McFadden last summer before the youngster quit Motherwell for Merseyside in a £1.5million deal.

But with McFadden struggling to make the grade at Goodison, and McLeish preparing for a mass summer cull of his own squad, the move could be resurrected.

The 20-year-old has featured in just one of Everton’s last 13 games and McLeish plans to monitor McFadden’s situation closely between now and the end of the season.

Should he fail to hold down a regular place in Davie Moyes’ side, McLeish is likely to test the water by register his interest in taking the maverick north for the new season.

A top level Ibrox source said: “Alex has been an admirer of McFadden for some time – in fact he went on record last year to say just how highly he rates him.

“He is obviously aware that the player has fallen out of the first team picture and has not found it easy to adjust to life in the Premiership.

“But Wednesday night’s performance proved the lad still has what it takes.

“If his situation at Everton does not change in the coming weeks then obviously there could be a chance for us to do business.

“But that will also depend on which players leave Ibrox in the summer and how much money is raised.

“Let’s just say at this stage that McFadden is certainly a name that is interesting us.”

Keith Jackson – Daily Record
highly doubt it as he could get as much money as rangers could offer at Celtic or Everton and he is a die-hard tim.
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Old 03-04-2004, 06:17   #22
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Celtic have not showed an interest.
Everton could not compete wage wise with Rangers.
And Celtic would struggle as well.
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Old 04-04-2004, 23:54   #23
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The review - Motherwell at Fir Park

First half was dominated by Motherwell, until the very end of it when Stephen Hughes managed to place the ball in the bottom corner.
Alex Walker was given his first runout for Rangers and looked impressive.
Final score 1-0 to Rangers.
Referee John Rowbotham had a poor game, pulling out cards for small incidents and not booking players when he should have.

Klos 8/10

Ball 5/10
F. de Boer 8/10
Moore 6/10
Hutton 4/10

Vanoli 3/10
Rae 5/10
Hughes 6/10
Namouchi 5/10

Thompson 3/10
Mols 5/10

subs;
Ross 6/10
Walker 5/10
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I thought 'Well deserved a point.

Not like United yesterday!!

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Old 05-04-2004, 23:59   #25
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First half was dominated by Motherwell, until the very end of it when Stephen Hughes managed to place the ball in the bottom corner.
Alex Walker was given his first runout for Rangers and looked impressive.
Final score 1-0 to Rangers.
Referee John Rowbotham had a poor game, pulling out cards for small incidents and not booking players when he should have.

Klos 8/10

Ball 5/10
F. de Boer 8/10
Moore 6/10
Hutton 4/10

Vanoli 3/10
Rae 5/10
Hughes 6/10
Namouchi 5/10

Thompson 3/10
Mols 5/10

subs;
Ross 6/10
Walker 5/10
rowbotham was pretty harsh, and thats coming from a celtic fan. 'Well did deserve something out of the game, but all credit to rangers for keeping the title dream alive, however dead that dream may be.
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We certainly wouldn't have got anything from the game if it weren't for Klos.
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We certainly wouldn't have got anything from the game if it weren't for Klos.
the title wouldve been mathematically won a long time ago if it werent for stefan klos. hes the only player in the rangers team that would get into Celtic, altho with marshall beginning to show us what he can do that might not be true anymore.
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hes the only player in the rangers team that would get into Celtic, altho with marshall beginning to show us what he can do that might not be true anymore.
Marshall looks good, but you couldn't turn down Klos.
What about Burke, I can't think who you're right winger is, Agathe? If it's Agathe then Burkey could get in, not that he'd want to.
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Marshall looks good, but you couldn't turn down Klos.
What about Burke, I can't think who you're right winger is, Agathe? If it's Agathe then Burkey could get in, not that he'd want to.
i thought burke was a tim. no, agathe moments of magic in european games mean burke really couldnt. burke would maybe make the subs bench but he's much slower and not as tricky as didier. his performance in europe this season has been great at times. as for klos and marshall, in 5 years if marshall is still going the way he is, then the current klos wont get in. but right now i think klos would. not that he will or that he'd want to.
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i thought burke was a tim.
Burke's dads is a tim, but Burkey himself is a hun.


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much slower and not as tricky as didier.
Have you seen him dribble. Agathe may have more pace, but Burkey has better control and quicker feet when it comes to dribbling.
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