Sunday, 6 January 2019

Revealed; just how many Rangers fans want star sold


Rangers’ transfer business this January is underway in earnest, and one unexpected story surfaced recently with the news Swansea were seeking the services of Auchenhowie graduate Ross McCrorie.

The 20-year old defensive midfielder’s outstanding display v Celtic continued his recent good form, and now Graham Potter is interested and may be set to launch a bid.

Interested in hearing how our readers felt about this, Ibrox Noise went to the polls to gauge opinion on a possible transfer, and we must admit the numbers were pretty emphatic.

Only 12% of Rangers fans would be happy with the sale of McCrorie, regardless of how much is spent, with a stunning 71% adamant he should remain at Ibrox at all costs.

17% were happy to sell him regardless of price, but the 71% really does show how McCrorie’s importance has grown the past month, and how crucial it is to so many fans that the best talent we rear at the Hummel Training Centre should not be sold.

With the crazy numbers down south (£19M for Solanke? We mean come on!) it is clear to many a player of the quality of McCrorie should be in that insane ballpark too. If Stuart Armstrong went to Southampton for £7M, it appears Rangers fans expect similar for the DM.


10 comments:

  1. as far as i am concerned the 29 percent of the people That want Ross Mccrorie sold don"tknow a player when they see one

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  2. I don't think the team will sell him just yet.

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  3. Players like this lad are our future, unless it's ridiculous money our youngsters should be going nowhere. It's his kind that bring the passion back to ibrox. Building for the future, that's what we should be all about. WATP.

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  4. Let's be honest, he's alright, nothing special .he's still got a lot of development to do

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  5. Hes better than alright fannybaws.

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  6. Will be a future legend. Keep at all costs.

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  7. 6 months ago I'd have said yes, but for me I see improvement and think he could be a good player to have in the squad. Don't know if he will be a top star but for what we would get for him just now I would rather keep him and take that risk! Watched his brother a few times too and he looks like he could be our next Greegsy.

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  8. We have let too many players go in the past who were young and went in to bigger things.
    We should be persevering more with our youth.
    Examples being Adam and McCormack

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  9. Agree with Unknown...

    Future Gers Legend
    Future Gers Captain
    ...and a Country Mile better than McDonald

    ...Rangers Version of Paul Scholes

    He should be kept here the rest of his Career.

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  10. This is the same kind of decision as Morelos keep him until he is fully trained, get the maximum value from him, in return he gets to go to the club of his choice as a fully fledged player. He will want to go to a major club not just an also-ran in the English premiership

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