Monday, 11 May 2015

This is why police warned troubled defender Bilel Mohsni



Captured by the inimitable Willie Vass, these photos from the start of the month illustrate why the police presence at Tynecastle felt moved to warn (outgoing) Tunisian central defender Bilel Mohsni about his conduct.

Mohsni has been the subject of transfer speculation for the past two months, ever since the win over Hearts at Ibrox where he was “annoyed” not have started the match, and thereafter has been a sporadic presence in the side.

Indeed, the last match he started was the dismal showing at Palmerston Park a month ago where James Fowler’s Queen of the South managed three goals without reply, and the above images give some idea of why Stuart McCall is understood to have had enough of Mohsni and will most certainly not offer him a new deal this summer, if appointed manager.

His mood has reportedly cut a downtrodden figure at Ibrox in recent weeks, with sources describing his demeanour as sour at best, and it seems clear that his time at Ibrox is almost up.

5 comments:

  1. Don't care. His conduct isn't any worse than any other player. People should calm doon and grow the fuck up when players give a little back when being given pelters by fans.

    He's not good enough for Gers, on the park, end of. Anyone suggesting he's letting the club down off the park have short and selective fucking memories.

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  2. KInd of sums up where we are, take Jig, struggling for form but still quality with regard to attitude and respect, so why did our scouts, manager or board for many reasons ever consider Moshni,, bit like why did we allow Whyte in or allow people to use the above language in open text... strange J

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  3. Oh no you cant disagree with slinky!

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    1. Aye that's allowed. Crazy statements and excuses for non tryers are ay' challenged mind.

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    2. Accepting 2nd best where Gers are concerned is banned outright. Haha

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