Wednesday, 2 January 2019

Steven Gerrard must reject controversial transfer deal


January’s window is underway in earnest, and while we at Ibrox Noise and the support at large are continuing to enjoy the good feeling of both incoming (and outgoing) transfers, plus the post-Old Firm bliss, we have to make a very strong case to oppose any possible pursuit of Charlie Adam.

Again.

We will respect Steven Gerrard’s decision whatever he chooses in this one, but with the Stoke midfielder selling himself to both Rangers and Hearts, there are few players less we’d like to see coming to the Marble Staircase.

Charlie Adam may be a decent enough guy fundamentally (we don’t know the man) but what he said in 2012 must never be forgotten such was the self-serving nature of his choice of words:

"I am not interested (in Rangers). Simple as that. It is nothing to do with me, I don't need to say anything. The only person I am interested in is my brother. My brother is there and for me, that's the important thing. He might lose his job and it is going to be difficult. I have spoken to Grant but that remains private between us because he is my brother and that's the way it goes. But the rest of it, it is nothing to do with me. I can't affect what has happened there and what has gone before. That's the situation Rangers are in and they have to deal with it. I don't have any bad feelings (towards Rangers). At the end of the day, whatever I say won't make a difference. They are in a bad way, everybody knows that, let's get on with it, deal with it and move on."

Now that his career is on the slide, and Rangers are on the rise, his snout wants back in the trough? If he’d shown a little compassion, suggested the dozens and hundreds of jobs at risk were of concern as well his brother’s and that he hoped it could be resolved and that Rangers would be ok, we would have much less of an issue with him.

As it is, not only did he say all that, but he is a distinctly average footballer as well and we’d very disappointed to see Stevie take him up on his offer.

Or, come and get me plea, as it really is – give me my career and some wages back.

Hearts are absolutely welcome to him. And we also don’t really care if he plays brilliantly for them, it doesn’t change how we feel about him.

If Gerrard does make a move, we’ll take it on the chin and accept. But we’d rather he doesn’t.

11 comments:

  1. I would Never take Charlie Adam back for 4 Reasons :

    1. What He Said as Mentioned Above

    2. He's Now 34, and Way Past His Best...

    3. Average Footballer and Not Needed
    ...Wasn't exactly P.Scholes/C.Ronaldo the First Time Round.

    4. It would stifle players like Docherty, Barjonas, McCrorie and Block their route to First Team

    Hearts/Dundee/St Mirren/Killie are Welcome to Him 😂

    Literally will be a Fkn Shambles If we Re-sign Adam

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  2. A non-story. He's not coming back. SG wants SD. End of.

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  3. Have to agree with each of Stevo's points. Except I thought he was a decent player, just slow.
    But I don't see it happening. We need to be developing those he mentioned, as well as youth players like Burt and Kelly

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  4. Forget him,he would need to pay us,no more rejects please

    WATP LETS GO🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧

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  5. I think it depends in what context it was given. Maybe he wasnt being drawn on an opinion of what happened to Rangers and why? lets face it, the guys no mensa candidate. Hes not 1uick enough though. We need someone to unlock 10 defenders. He'd likely be similar to Krankjar in his role...

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    1. And Kranjar worked well for us didn't it. Anyway not in the same class.

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  6. 😂 hes never coming papers have got near full new team signed!

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  7. Agree with him not coming back as not whats needed. But the part about him needed to come back for wages is not the case. I hear he's on around 40/50k a week down there and still under conrtact

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  8. Personally, I have nothing against Charlie Adam. Lots of people say things they regret and I think he's a good Rangers man deep down.

    Having said that, his lack of pace and energy would mean he wouldn't fit the system Gerrard has successfully deployed, especially in the last game, so it would be a no from me for his comeback I'm afraid

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  9. Decent enough player but Adams problem was always his fitness, mobility and pace. If anyone thinks that has improved at the age of 34 then let's get him in.

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  10. His disrespect for the gers should not be forgotten we don't need a has been

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