English Championship sides step up interest in Law


As broken to you earlier this year here, press reports today have finally caught up and confirmed the
interest in Nicky Law from Huddersfield.
Early claims suggest the English
Championship outfit are readying a £400,000 bid, £100,000 less than previously
speculated, mostly likely in light of his disappointing overall season not to
mention rather passive displays in the critical playoff matches.

He is not a player held in
especially high regard, as yesterday’s poll on this site would testify, with a
mere 5% of the vote wishing to retain his services at Ibrox, which suggests he
is a player fans would be really rather pleased to see the back of.
In truth he has been an
underwhelming signature, particularly given what was expected of him, and came
in especially for recent ridicule during the mass brawl at Fir Park
where he appeared to cower away from the entire confrontation rather than
defend any team mates.
Nevertheless, expect Huddersfield
to be far from the last side interested in him, with Leeds, Birmingham,
Reading and Brighton
still thought to be keen on securing his services.


  1. Good riddance to law ..hope he goes asap …he may as well have been wearing a well top in the play offs against them as he didn't break sweat …hope the rest of the dross follows him out …..time to clear out the rubbish from top to bottom at ibrox

    • A bit harsh!
      The game wasn't lost because of one player – you should look at the management tactics as the main reason.

    • I agree with him Law was mince. The boy no doubt is a decent player and so is most of that team. We should've sailed back to through the divisions. Instead they all showed up never tried a leg and now one of the greatest legends of our club is shouldering the blame. SUPER ALLY!!!

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