Showing posts with label Louis Moult. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Louis Moult. Show all posts

Saturday, 22 July 2017

Pedro: "I'll add two more players"

 Article by: Ibrox Noise

Following today's impressive result against French cracks Marseille, manager Pedro Caixinha has confirmed he remains in the market for a further two players.

The Portuguese has been hot on the tail of a number of players for a while now, and speculation has ramped up following his assertion that they are to be Scottish and will understand the significance of playing for Rangers.

Sunday, 16 July 2017

Rangers to revive interest in rival SPL striker?

 Article by: Ibrox Noise

Pedro Caixinha was at Hampden yesterday to take in Premiership opening opponents Motherwell and their trip to face Queens Park at the home of Scottish football.

This photo, taken by the outstanding Willie Vass, shows more than a few calls being made during the match which Steve Robinson’s men absolutely strolled, leading some to ponder whether Pedro was as much on a scouting mission for a new signing as he was scoping out Rangers’ first competitive adversaries next month.

Tuesday, 30 May 2017

Rangers set to miss out on SPL pair; report


Rangers are looking increasingly likely to miss out on Motherwell duo Louis Moult and Ben Henaghan, according to reports.

Speculation had been rife in recent weeks that the Steelmen pair were set to arrive at Ibrox, especially Moult, but as time has worn on it seems Rangers have been priced out of a deal as a result of Motherwell’s demands.

Friday, 26 May 2017

Rangers close to five-player swoop; reports


Strong speculation is gathering pace that Rangers are close to completing the signings of Bruno Alves, Carlos Pena, Fabio Cardoso and Louis Moult, on top of the capture of Ryan Jack.

The five signings would be a massive boost for Rangers fans, with serious work finally getting underway to overhaul a dishevelled squad and give the chance for manager Pedro Caixinha to finally imprint his image on the side.

Thursday, 25 May 2017

Four SPL targets (and a few others) that can reinvigorate Rangers



 Article by: Richard Fillingham

I believe that some Rangers supporters need to take a reality check with our signing ambitions in the current transfer market. It is only five years ago that we came close to being wiped out and had to build ourselves up again.

We were left bereft of experienced Rangers class players with the exception of four or five stalwarts who for one reason or another decided to stay and fight for our survival and a very inexperienced manager in Rangers scoring legend, Ally McCoist.

There were two ways things could go for us in 2012. Ally could sign decent young players with the potential to win the 3rd Division easily, which would leave them in good stead to go on and improve with experience and then to proceed to win the 2nd Division in their second season together.

Sunday, 14 May 2017

Transfer window - must do better


If one thing has surfaced time and time again over the past few weeks, it is a worrying undercurrent among Rangers fans of the calibre of player being sought to rebuild this beleaguered Rangers side.

While no one is expecting the quality of Gazza, Laudrup or Baxter any time soon, alarm bells have been ringing among a great deal of the fanbase with names like Henaghan, Sumaila, Whittaker, and Berra being touted for a switch to Ibrox.

This is not to say these are all absolute dross, indeed many have responded slightly more positively to links suggesting a move could be made for Motherwell’s Louis Moult. But the problem Rangers fans seem to be arguing is the bulk of the players being mentioned in press circles, online and even ‘in the real world’ is they are barely any better than what we already have.

Friday, 12 May 2017

Rangers linked to rival SPL striker


Motherwell’s Louis Moult has emerged has a significant target for Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha’s summer overhaul today. The Steelmen forward has been in excellent form this season, nabbing the leading goal at Ibrox in January before Rangers came back to win the Scottish Cup Fifth Round fixture versus the-then Mark McGhee side, and has won rave reviews for his general performances this season.