Sam Lammers opens up about transfer errors, including Rangers

Sam Lammers opens up about transfer errors, including Rangers
GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - SEPTEMBER 03: Sam Lammers of Rangers reacts after a missed chance during the Cinch Scottish Premiership match between Rangers FC and Celtic FC at Ibrox Stadium on September 03, 2023 in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Rangers failure Sam Lammers has opened up for the first time about his bad time in Scotland, and effectively admitting not only that the Ibrox move was a disaster, but that he keeps making those transfer errors and picks the wrong clubs for him.

Speaking to Dutch media, the ‘striker’ also concedes his goals tally the past five years is abysmal, but defiantly reckons that’s not the only currency in his position worth anything.

He said:

“Well… You shouldn’t think like that (that his transfers have been a disaster), it doesn’t make you happy. You never know how things would have turned out differently. I have gained many experiences, won prizes and fought against relegation. The move to another club was logical for me every time, because I wanted to get around to playing. Like now at Utrecht. But it seems clear to me that it is better to stay in one place for a longer period of time.”

Basically he infers here that he would take transfers because he was being dumped in every club he was at, and that he didn’t really care who it was to. He just wanted to play.

Then admits his goals were just terrible:

“Too little…I know that those figures are looked at for a striker. But you can also be important in other ways.”

And then contradicts his earlier statement about wanting to play and moving club to secure that:

“I have played quite a lot and coaches don’t put you up for nothing. Nevertheless, I am not satisfied with those numbers, no.”

Truth is this is one we need to write off.

Lammers is a completely busted flush, he can’t score, can’t create, and all he does is ‘work hard’.

We’d honestly suggest retirement because he’s not going to shine at Utrecht any more than he has anywhere else.

Football is no longer for him, even if he loves it.

He’s just not very good.

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