Lies about Rangers’ Steven Davis are causing a major problem

Lies about Rangers’ Steven Davis are causing a major problem
GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - DECEMBER 26: Steven Davis of Rangers warms up prior to the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership match between Rangers and Hibernian at Ibrox Stadium on December 26, 2020 in Glasgow, Scotland. The match will be played without fans, behind closed doors as a Covid-19 precaution. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

It’s about time we cleared up the absolute lies and nonsense being spread readily about Steven Davis, not only by the media, but by some of our own fans and prominent Rangers men in the press.

It’s starting to get sickening seeing this nonsense persist, and we would like to put a definitive end to this.

If you’d prefer the lies you’re seeing elsewhere, feel free to close this article, but we deal in facts on Ibrox Noise so if you want the truth, stick with us.

Steven Davis’ absence is NOT a mystery. It is NOT a conspiracy. Kris Boyd, Allan Hutton and others in the media can stop creating BS where there is none and quite frankly their rubbish is filtering down to platforms like Ibrox Noise and creating misinformation among our readers.

Steven Davis has NOT been mysteriously dropped, he has not lost favour, and it is not a ‘puzzle’ as to where he has been.

Steven Davis has been INJURED.

On and off since Giovanni van Bronckhorst took over.

The man himself in March:

” My only focus at the minute is getting myself back fit and trying to get myself back into the team at Rangers for an important run-in. We’ll see where everything sits after that. It’s always frustrating. I’ve missed out on some big games and just when I felt I was getting myself back to a good position, I’ve picked up another injury. It’s part and parcel of football. The good thing is they’ve been minor injuries, but it’s been two consecutively on the bounce.”

GVB about two weeks ago:

“Steven had a lot of problems with his injuries. He was never really fully available. Every time he was to start or be in contention he’d get a setback in training. But he’s now available so that’s the positive thing.”

So can we please drop the lies about Davis? He has never been out of favour or mysteriously rejected, he’s simply been on/off injured for about 5 months.

He finally properly regained fitness just as the international break was upon us, which is why so many punters who haven’t done research (it did fool us initially too) since then have kept peddling a lie that he’s out of favour. After all, NI picked him, right?

He’s fit now, finally, and available.

Let’s keep to facts, eh?

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  1. He was out injured so by luck he got picked for Northern Ireland some telling lies somewhere

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