Showing posts with label Dalcio Gomes. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Dalcio Gomes. Show all posts

Saturday, 2 September 2017

How Pedro can turn round THIS Rangers flop



It is a fact that not all signings can be successes. No matter how well a manager knows a player from ‘their time at such and such club’, it is no guarantee that player will still excel at the latest one.

For example, despite his fine goal at Dingwall, Eduardo Herrera has struggled to settle at Ibrox ‘despite their time together’ at Santa Laguna, a spell which admittedly only saw a handful of goals for the Mexican under Caixinha’s charge.

But it is another player who has really failed to make his mark that we will focus on today; Benfica’s Dalcio.

Wednesday, 23 August 2017

Are these the ramifications of Rangers' latest signing?


With last night’s breaking news that Rangers have reportedly secured a loan deal for Manchester City’s 19-year old winger Aaron Nemane, it is the first sign that Pedro Caixinha has formally conceded defeat in the hunt for Hearts’ Jamie Walker.

The Walker saga, which has protracted over the entire summer window, has become an excessive soap opera with failed bid after failed bid, and even the firing of then-coach Ian Cathro has done nothing to shift the balance in favour of Rangers.

Wednesday, 16 August 2017

Ex-Rangers star to return to Ibrox


This weekend sees more than a few subplots at Ibrox; Jamie Walker set to start against the side he wishes to join, manager-less Hearts trying to kick-start their season; but the one we will focus on today is the return home of one of Govan’s most controversial sons: Kyle Lafferty.

The guy sure gets Bears talking – a clear Bear himself, he had a reasonable time of it down south, following odd spells in both Switzerland with Sion and Italy’s Serie B with Palermo, which led to a prolonged period at Norwich.

Friday, 7 July 2017

Replanning pre-season - how Rangers can recover

 Article by: Richard, for Ibrox Noise

With Rangers out of the Europa League and no League Cup till next month, this leaves the ‘Gers with 4 weeks without any planned competitive games.

I suggest we plan 3 or 4 games at Ibrox to allow our players to gel together in matches and at the same time play against glamour opposition so that Rangers could earn decent money from them.

Tuesday, 20 June 2017

Is Rangers' new signing the final nail in the coffin for misfiring misfit?

Article by: Ibrox Noise

When Rangers fans look at Alfredo Morelos’ CV, it makes for impressive reading, certainly at club level. While yet to net for his country (he has only made a handful of appearances) at youth level, at club level it is a different story.

At the tender age of 20, he has managed a well over one in two rate at a respectable level in the Finnish Veikkausliiga. La Liga it is not, but the EPL the Scottish Premiership is not either, and one could argue it was a fine level for a young striker to develop at, without the intense pressure a more marquee league would enforce.

Monday, 5 June 2017

Four players in two days? Rangers close to sealing deals; reports


Rangers are close to sealing deals for four new recruits over the next 48 hours, claim reports.

Manager Pedro Caixinha has been incredibly busy at work securing new acquisitions, and with Portugal’s Bruno Alves and ex-Aberdeen captain Ryan Jack already confirmed, it could be another four new faces similarly arriving by the close of play on Wednesday.

Wednesday, 31 May 2017

Rangers are being linked to a lot of Portuguese - here's the latest!

 Article by: Richard Fillingham

Dálcio Gomes just turned 21 last week and is a 5’ 10”, extremely versatile forward who seemingly can play anywhere up front. He is obviously showing great potential to Rangers’ Ped the Ted and his manager’s agent, Pedro Mendes. As a result, Rangers are keen to bring him to Ibrox on a year long loan from the Benfica B team.

They have obviously convinced the owner of Benfica that they can use the talents of the youngster in as many first team games as possible. If he does the business in the SPL, it will set him up for a higher standard of league in which to play. The SPL is certainly an ideal place to showcase a player’s talent and also to toughen them up for playing in bigger and better teams.