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    LostockHallLaticLostockHallLatic
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    Boyd or Tamudo ?
    Or even J.R !
    Leon Britton ?

    What’s the betting ?

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    Boyd was missing from the Rangers line up yesterday. A so called “groin strain”.

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    Boyd had a hernia op sometime last week. Interestingly, Neil Warnock said Victor Moses has probably played his last game for them and he can’t keep turning clubs away for his services. We’ve been persistently after him and its always something players seem to mention on signing. I don’t think we’ll sign him but it would be a nice surprise.

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    LostockHallLaticLostockHallLatic
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    Thinking about it, I would like to see an experienced player up front with Rodders; one that could make an immediate impact. Can’t risk having one with “L” plates at this stage of the season.

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    Been linked with a young prospect from Ajax.

    Sonny Pike is his name.

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    alex_wiganAlex Whalley
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    Aritz Aduriz from Real Mallorca is my guess.

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    griffChris Griffin
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    Boyd had a hernia op sometime last week. Interestingly, Neil Warnock said Victor Moses has probably played his last game for them and he can’t keep turning clubs away for his services. We’ve been persistently after him and its always something players seem to mention on signing. I don’t think we’ll sign him but it would be a nice surprise.

    You sure that wasn’t McDonald that had the hernia op, Danny? :?

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    blueviewpaul brown
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    Boyd had a hernia op sometime last week. Interestingly, Neil Warnock said Victor Moses has probably played his last game for them and he can’t keep turning clubs away for his services. We’ve been persistently after him and its always something players seem to mention on signing. I don’t think we’ll sign him but it would be a nice surprise.

    Despite all the previous speculation linking us to Moses, we’re not even in the running according to Skybet.

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    http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2010/jan/12/rangers-kris-boyd-hernia-operation

    Definitely Boyd, I’d read he was in Manchester and thought on the off chance him being in the area he might drop in for a chat with Roberto.

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    Had a think.

    J.R too old; 32 this week.
    IT’s a long term target & we need to build a British strike force.
    My money on Victor Moses. No “big” club has coughed up yet, and all this talk about Real Madrid is just to inflate his price tag.

    Afterall, didn’t Moses lead them to the promised land ?

    We’ve had Jesus, a Bishop; so why not Moses !

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    i`ve said it before and i`ll say it agian,james beattie. ;)

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    Whatever happened to Sonny Pike?

    “Whatever happened to Sonny Pike?” asks Dan Williamson. “I’m certain that years ago I watched a documentary about him and learned that he was England’s brightest-ever prospect. I am also sure that he trained with the Ajax youth side.”

    Sonny – the nephew of ex-Tottenham striker Mark Falco – became semi-famous after was invited to join Ajax’s Academy of Excellence at the age of seven. Sadly, as this website explains, his dreams of a professional career ended a couple of years ago. “Sonny is currently living near Dundee, and is studying psychology at Dundee University. He found the pressures of top-class football too much, and in 2003 decided to pursue a more regular career – having been privy to sports psychologists, he decided to follow that path. Nonetheless, he still has a fervent passion for the game, playing Sunday league football for Dryburgh Saints, as well as weekly five-a-side fixtures against other students.”

    “He is currently training for a Scottish FA coaching certificate, and as part of this, he coaches two primary school teams in the area. Although he doesn’t support a local team, he goes to matches regularly, purely for his love of the game. Sonny says that he’s much happier away from professional football. The pressure placed on him by his club, agents, sponsors and, to a lesser extent, the media made him suffer a nervous breakdown in October 2000, whilst still part of the Ajax youth squad.”

    “I couldn’t take it, and I got ill, really screwed up,” Sonny adds. “I stopped going to training and stuff, because I was so screwed up I couldn’t hack it. Looking back, it’s amazing how low I was. Ajax completely forgot about me, they didn’t want to know, but as soon as I was better, they acted like they’d always been there for me. I realised how superficial it is at that level, and if I hadn’t got back to form I bet they would have turfed me out. That’s why I packed it in, it’s so unstable. I guess it was during that period that I realised how much psychologists can help people, and I suppose I took it from there.” Vat 69 did you ever appear on the wheeltappers and shunters club ?

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    Had a think.

    J.R too old; 32 this week.
    IT’s a long term target & we need to build a British strike force.
    My money on Victor Moses. No “big” club has coughed up yet, and all this talk about Real Madrid is just to inflate his price tag.

    Afterall, didn’t Moses lead them to the promised land ?

    We’ve had Jesus, a Bishop; so why not Moses !

    J.R could be back on. Worth a punt for £1.5m, as a replacement for King.

    #19682
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    Or even this week.

    Marco Ruben; then who’s next ?

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    Whatever happened to Sonny Pike?

    “Whatever happened to Sonny Pike?” asks Dan Williamson. “I’m certain that years ago I watched a documentary about him and learned that he was England’s brightest-ever prospect. I am also sure that he trained with the Ajax youth side.”

    Sonny – the nephew of ex-Tottenham striker Mark Falco – became semi-famous after was invited to join Ajax’s Academy of Excellence at the age of seven. Sadly, as this website explains, his dreams of a professional career ended a couple of years ago. “Sonny is currently living near Dundee, and is studying psychology at Dundee University. He found the pressures of top-class football too much, and in 2003 decided to pursue a more regular career – having been privy to sports psychologists, he decided to follow that path. Nonetheless, he still has a fervent passion for the game, playing Sunday league football for Dryburgh Saints, as well as weekly five-a-side fixtures against other students.”

    “He is currently training for a Scottish FA coaching certificate, and as part of this, he coaches two primary school teams in the area. Although he doesn’t support a local team, he goes to matches regularly, purely for his love of the game. Sonny says that he’s much happier away from professional football. The pressure placed on him by his club, agents, sponsors and, to a lesser extent, the media made him suffer a nervous breakdown in October 2000, whilst still part of the Ajax youth squad.”

    “I couldn’t take it, and I got ill, really screwed up,” Sonny adds. “I stopped going to training and stuff, because I was so screwed up I couldn’t hack it. Looking back, it’s amazing how low I was. Ajax completely forgot about me, they didn’t want to know, but as soon as I was better, they acted like they’d always been there for me. I realised how superficial it is at that level, and if I hadn’t got back to form I bet they would have turfed me out. That’s why I packed it in, it’s so unstable. I guess it was during that period that I realised how much psychologists can help people, and I suppose I took it from there.” Vat 69 did you ever appear on the wheeltappers and shunters club ?

    Vat 69 did you ever appear on the wheeltappers and shunters club ?
    Good Un :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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