Tuesday, 7 April 2015

Mohsni in Ibrox exit talks



Emerging reports in Tunisian press claim Rangers’ international Tunisian defender Bilel Mohsni is in discussions with Espérance Sportive de Tunis, champions of Championnat de la Ligue Professionnelle, or the ‘Tunisian Premier League’.

Sources suggest the Rangers defender, out of favour, was ‘annoyed’ not to be selected for the crunch match at Ibrox v the champions Hearts, and is now reportedly working his ticket out with negotiations with ES Tunis regarding a switch out of Govan.

Moshni, who has been frustrating with his performances and in and out of the team, would welcome a guaranteed first-team place, and is out of contract this summer, meaning Rangers would not get a fee for him.

Despite an excellent second-half display on Sunday, Mohsni is not thought to be in manager Stuart McCall’s plans for the rest of the season beyond a squad player or utility substitutions, and this move may suit both parties.

24 comments:

  1. �������� best news I've heard all year! Bye bye to the dead weight.

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  2. Silly player at times but other times when he sticks to what he's good at defending

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  3. I still cant believe we turned down 300k for this muppet

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  4. Good news with Vuckic wanting to stay as well, although Mohsni has played solidly recently as was said, if he sticks to what he can do .

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  5. Shame really as I firmly believe he was the best defender at the club. Unfortunately whenever he has any time to think you just know he's going to make an arse of it. I wish him good luck with his new club.

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    1. ???????..................MacGregor by a mile

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    2. Country Mile....

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    3. Don't get me wrong, I'd rather have McGregor in my team but when under the cosh, Moshni has been colossal at times. He just let's himself down when he thinks he's got time. A bombs care really. If he could cut out the silly mistakes he could so much better.

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  6. Big bombscare played a blinder on Sunday probably saved mculloch ass big useless idiot keep mohsni a man who wants to play for us could go on to be a legend WATP

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  7. With Jig suspended for three (?) games I expect Mohsni will be in McCalls plans. He has certain talents for sure and I've always had a soft spot for him since the Bristol pre-season game. He is very good when we have to defend, as we saw on Sunday. But we all know what he's capable of getting up to when he gets an opportunity to "play football".

    We will likely need better than King Bilel in the SPL.

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  8. Not one to keep if we want to be 'up there' and competing in Europe.

    See ya later.

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  9. lets just pay his fare on the next available flight home and he can talk to ES Tunis face to face and sort out a deal. Its nail biting stuff when he gets the ball

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  10. Wonder if mc' namara would swap cifti 4 moshni for a small fee????

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    1. No thanks. He's another who's level isn't up to Gers. .

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    2. Skanky McVulvan, you again WATP (Wot a total pr?ck).

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  11. Moshni leaves then so be it but when he goes please take mcculloch with him ...after his cowardly attack on sow he's finished with real decent fans,of rangers,....as ,a captain he's a disgrace ... the sooner this bully is out the better as I firmly believe he intimidates tthe players at ibrox and has done for years.....3 match ban is,fantastic news as McGregor the best defender at club will step in with marius ...moshni may play better now as,jig won't cause utter panic in the other defenders ......Good luck bilel wish you well ....as for jig please retire in May

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    1. Seriously think our captain deserves a second chance. What about Tonev?

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  12. Give him a run up front. He'd be a riot, but he'd be well away from our goal. I reckon he'd do ok, as long as he disnae stick the nut on somebody.

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  13. I agree Mohsni is a bomb scare at times but he isn't far off being a very good defender. We are giving players like Templeton, Shiels and Law (who have all been terrible for a long time) a chance to prove that with the right management they can show they deserve to play for Rangers.
    I think that with McCulloch out for a while McCall can help Mohsni cut the errors out of his game and if he can he could be a valuable player to have in the squad.

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  14. Good riddance :) happy days!

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  15. Moshni would cost too many goals in a better league. Liability.

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    1. But he'd feel a lot more at ease now Chris Graham has sloped away into hades. Squint also feels good around the apartheid stuff as well.

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  16. Personally I'd've Chased Him After The "Derby!?" Game. Total Bomb!? Scare!? ALL!! "He Has! To DO!? Is "Clear! HIS!! LINE'S!!" SIMPLE'S!! "SCHOOLBOY!? STUFF!! Played!! BETTER!! On Sunday!! "KEEP!! IT!! SIMPLE!! W.A.T.P.

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  17. Sending my recipe for Golden Clusters to Ally. Anyone else interested just let me know.

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