Thursday, 9 November 2017

Rangers target dismisses current club and says Rangers are 'massive'...


In his pleas for Ryan Jack not to be booed playing for Scotland tonight, Aberdeen midfielder and Rangers target Kenny McLean has inadvertently admitted Aberdeen are not a big club.

The 25 year old engine room man was the subject of huge speculation this summer, and with his rejection of a new deal confirmed and his departure in January or next summer assured, the midfielder has not only indirectly conceded Aberdeen are ‘small time’, but given a subtle hint of where he will be next year by praising Rangers’ size.

He said:


“But he’ll [Jack] be able to handle it. He’s playing at a massive club now and he’ll be used to expectations.”

So he was not before but is now. If ever McLean telegraphed his future intentions it is in these words.

The man is clearly desperate to hook up with Jack (and possibly Derek McInnes) again at Ibrox.

Here is hoping he gets his wish come the turn of the year.

6 comments:

  1. Kenny McLean come on down 🖒

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  2. Come On Kenny! ...The Rangers Family want You to come Home! :D

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  3. I'd rather have Shinnie in there.Hard as nails,super fit,never injured.Just the type of ball winner we need.

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  4. I'd take McLean, McIness and Shinnie .
    What a boot in the Ghonads that would be halfway through the season in a battle for second. Or better
    Fuck it bring the goalkeeper and ballboy too
    And how are their mutton pies?

    Baa

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    1. Id Take McLean and Shinnie from The Sheep
      Id Take Walker from Hearts
      Id Take McGinn from Hibs
      Id Take Morgan from St Mirren
      ...Id Have Also Taken Lindsay and Boyce ... But They Joined Barnsley & Burton

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  5. I was sitting next to him at the Parkhead game when Clint Hill scored.
    Him and his pals from Cambuslang are absolutely Rangers daft.
    We should never have released him.

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