Monday, 6 April 2015

Rangers eye up new defender


As well as the potential signing of German winger Josef Shirdel, broken to you here exclusively on ibroxnoise.co.uk, Rangers are also interested in signing 19-year old Montenegrin defender Miloš Milović.

Milović is training at Murray Park and as yet has not broken into mainstream football, with his only previous significant gig being with Finnish Premier League side Honka whose demotion to the bottom tier of Finnish football in January due to financial difficulties led to his departure.

He made his breakthrough at Mogren in his homeland, before his 2014 switch to Finnish football, and is currently a free agent, hence Rangers taking a look at him.

Manager Stuart McCall said of him (and Shirdel):

"The two lads are in training with us, but there's not much to it. They are in Britain right now, so it's a chance for us to take a look at them and, if they do well, the club might take it forward later in the summer."

It goes without saying that with a dozen-plus players out of contract, a few new additions such as Milović and Shirdel would help reduce the squad deficit.

15 comments:

  1. Any sign of money?

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    1. Nope, nor of King, the TBs, MA, CW, or Chris Graham. No news of anything. Typical.

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    2. keep supporting the club thats the only way to help,change will come in time as it will take time to fix this mess out we where told,iv been going just under 60 years and no on will stop me,,

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  2. Easedale had a cheek saying he would go to court which will be well seen when Mr King sues him and Mr Summers.Lambias and Leach won't get a penny and if they dare go to court, our Dave will get them for massive damages.

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    1. you ran out of mediction ,where the nomad that king said he had if that was the old board people like you would be shouting their mouths off ,and no im not an ol board fan but i aint kings either

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    2. well said,,

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    3. 18:31 Thank you Stanley Unwin, 19:10 you're the same. The most incomprehensiblen claptrap since Chris Graham got on his bike. Good Night

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  3. The only time to put money in is when new shares are issued. Buying shares now only gives money to those wanting out of Rangers. Loans from people who are prepared to buy new shares is the sensible way forward. Remember Ashley wanted to buy new shares but only on a limited share issue which would have given him more power.

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  4. What about the 278k per month leaving the bank account for lease/rental of the stadium.

    Whose going to be first to break the news...........Green and Whyte have never gone away, the most onerous contract of them all.

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    1. Of course they haven't, but you will still get abuse for pointing this out. My reckoning is 7 more years £250k pm going to Ticketus and £28k to keep Charlie and Craigie in champers. BTW that ship sailed.

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    2. pure crap,,

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    3. But who will own Ibrox after 7 years, will it come back to us, or not? I ask because the 20 odd million Ticketus gave to CW had nothing to do with the stadium.

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    4. I was greatly encouraged to hear Murray saying that we still owned Ibrox, On the other hand, the accounts are still qualified by the auditors because of Whyte's claim and there are rumours about Green and/or Ashley and/or Margarita/Blue Pitch having done under the table deals which are being kept under wraps, I would like to think that Murray had an honest reason for saying what he did e.g. that we have the right to buy it back at 278 a month and nobody else can get in between us(?)

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    5. I heard only if its a 40k plus game, it kicks in.

      What happened to the transparency?
      Where's Mr king?

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    6. mr king cannot spend a lot of time in this country 90 days a year or he will be liable to pay taxes.

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