Monday, 7 August 2017

Championship giants complete double swoop for Rangers pair


 Article by: Ibrox Noise

Rangers have reportedly agreed a fee with English Championship side Ipswich for surplus striker Martyn Waghorn. According to various media outlets the 27-year old, who simply never adjusted to life in the SPL, is only a medical and signature away from returning home to England, continuing manager Pedro Caixinha’s summer overhaul.

The former Leicester man had a decent season in the Championship for Rangers, but could not adjust to the expectation of the SPL and became expendable the more the season wore on.

It had been expected that Sunderland were first in line to secure his services, only for Ipswich to make their second Ibrox swoop of the window and 98% clinch the deal to partner him with former Rangers front man Joe Garner.

Garner has had a good time of it since he left, bagging the Tractor Boys’ winning goal in their opening fixture of the new campaign, and Ipswich clearly feel his and Waghorn’s physical natures are ideal for the hustle and bustle of England’s second tier.

Waghorn will follow Rob Kiernan out the door after the 26-year old defender clinched a switch to Phil Brown’s Southend United recently, and while many fans are delighted to see the back of the pair of them, we at Ibrox Noise nevertheless wish them both the best in their future careers.

8 comments:

  1. Wish Waggy all the best. Hope we spend the money now on a striker e.g Moult. We need one !

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  2. Nice to see them moving on with a profit.. be nice too see when walker signs, can it be done for the weekends game?

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  3. Please God, will somebody take Foderingham the liability before its too late as well

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  4. Good luck to Waggy good to see all those who have left doing pretty well Please don't sign Moult He's a lump of wood no thanks if we are going to sign someone who can score goals then it has to be Naisy

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  5. Wish waggy all the best always gave 100% done well initially in championship for that I am grateful but found it harder against better teams in spl as for moult always thought it especially more so after yesterday no please no poor man's garner

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  6. Waghorn was a player in a similar mound to Gary Hooper, would have scored goals for fun with a partner.

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  7. think we have lost few good players .think its been managers fault warburton and wee pedro did not get best out them .i think waggy ,mckay was better than candeias, herrera .time will tell .

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  8. I still think Waghorn would make a better attacking midfield player where he could still score goals from and not be considered a striking failure.

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