Friday, 29 September 2017

Revised XI for Hamilton - 4-4-2 or 4-3-3?


Well we know one thing – there will be no Kenny Miller tonight!

With all the latest shenanigans percolating around Govan, it is time for a modestly revised XI to face Accies.

We stand by our selection of Nemane, we do think he has a strong chance of starting, but Carlos Pena is a doubt, Miller is a definite absentee, and Hodson probably will not feature.

In terms of injuries Alves remains dubious, Wilson’s status is rather unknown, and Niko Kranjcar and Jordan Rossiter continue on the sidelines with knee problems.

Last but not least Declan John has recovered from a thigh issue and is in contention.

There has also been some calls for Jak Alnwick to get the nod but it is unlikely.

So, with all the latest nonsense well in tow, here are your revised Ibrox Noise line ups:

4-4-2:


Foderingham; Tavernier, Cardoso, McCrorie, John; Candeias, Jack, Dorrans, Nemane; Herrera, Morelos

Alternative:

There is also a strong chance Caixinha may revert to a 4-3-3:

Foderingham; Tavernier, Cardoso, McCrorie, John; Jack, Dorrans, Pena; Windass, Morelos, Candeias

What selection would you guys prefer?

5 comments:

  1. Until we get players who can defend we are going nowhere,how many times has tavernier cost us goals,that guy cost us the scottish cup ffs.

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    1. We all agree but it matters not until the board get their heads out of their fkn asses.

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  2. Scottish players in the squad?!
    Banish them all!
    Loch Ness monster? Get that fn freak to f!
    I'm off to fn Vegas in ma caravan.

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  3. how about this team Ritchie Shearer Caldow Greig MacKinnon Baxter Henderson MacMillan Millar Brand and Wilson oh if only we could turn back time

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  4. 3 at the back - Cardoso Alves (if fit) McCrorie
    5 middle - Tav (if we must) Jack Dorrans Pena (as no alternative but would prefer Rossiter when fit) John
    Morelos and Herrera (Kranjar when fit - in the hole)

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