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Rangers F.C- Reclaiming Scotland

Mark Warburton tries to take Rangers back to where they belong.
Started on 5 August 2015 by mo_123
Latest Reply on 22 August 2015 by mo_123
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Could have signed someone like Insigne ;)
Tallery- Why sign Insigne when you have Allan. :P

Improta Makes Loan Deal Permenent

Riccardo Improta has made his loan move to Rangers for a fee of £1.5 million. He has represented Italy U21s six times scoring three goals. He played eleven times for Rangers in the Championship, he scored four goals and assisted four with an average rating of 7.27.

Riccardo Improta was born in Born in Pozzuoli, The Province of Naples, Campania, Riccardo Improta started his career at hometown club Puteolana. He was the member of Giovanissimi U15 team in 2007–08 season. In 2008–09 season he was the member of Allievi Fascia B U16 team. In 2009–10 season Improta promoted to Allievi U17 team All 3 teams were compete in Campania regional youth league.

On 2 May 2011 R.Improta made his first team debut against Lucchese. Riccardo substituted Alessandro Volpe at half time while brother Umberto Improta was replaced by Mario Titone co-currently. Riccardo promoted to the first team in 2011–12 Lega Pro Prima Divisione while Umberto left the club. Improta played 10 games in half season. On 18 January 2012 R.Improta left for Serie A club Genoa in temporary deal.

Improta played for Genoa reserve in Campionato Nazionale Primavera. He played 9 games in 1 goal in the second half of 2011–12 season. He also played the first round of the playoffs that losing to ACF Fiorentina. On 22 June 2012 Genoa excised the option to sign Improta outright. He left for Gubbio's pre-season camp. However he was allowed to join S.S. Juve Stabia on 4 August.

Improta capped for Italy national under-19 football team in the second half of 2011–12 season. He scored twice in 3 games of 2012 UEFA European Under-19 Football Championship elite qualification. Along with Francesco Zampano, they scored a goal against U19 team when they represented Italy Lega Pro representative teams in December 2011. After the game they both entered U19 team.

Improta has said that he is pleased to make the move and hopes he learns a lot in his time at Rangers.’ Last Season when I came I knew that Rangers had the option to buy me and towards the end of the season when I was playing well, the manager sat me down and asked me to sign. He said that I will learn a lot and I agree, the manager Mark Warburton knows a lot about how to develop a footballer.

Mark Warburton says ‘Riccardo (Improta) is a great talent for his age and I believe that I can improve him and make him better. He has already improved in the half year from January onwards and he can become a good player for us in our push for the title.’
6 in 3 is a pretty good record
Tallery- Its a good record.

Aarons And Vuckic Extend Loan Deals

Rolando Aarons and Haris Vuckic have agreed a one year extension to their loan. They joined Rangers last year and were important in leading Rangers to the Championship title. Rolando Aarons assisted sixteen and scored five while Vuckic returned an impressive tally of seventeen goals in eighteen games.

Aarons joined Newcastle United in 2012 after being released by his home town club Bristol City. He made his reserve team debut on 8 February 2013 against Stoke City and scored in his second reserve game against Crystal Palace 17 days later. On 1 April 2014, Aarons signed a professional contract with Newcastle United.

Aarons is eligible to represent either England or Jamaica at international level. In August 2014, he received his first call-up to the England U-20 team, marking his debut with the opening goal in a 6–0 friendly match win over Romania on 5 September. His club manager Alan Pardew confirmed that, despite interest from Jamaica, Aarons intended to pursue an international future within the England set-up.

Aarons said’ I am pleased to remain a Rangers player and I have already become a better player in my year that I have been here and I hope to be an even better player this year.’

Born in Ljubljana, Slovenia, Vučkić played football at NK Domžale from Domžale, a small town in central Slovenia, during his youth. A few months short of his 16th birthday he made a debut for the club against NK Celje in a Slovenian PrvaLiga match on 24 May 2008 coming on as a late substitute. As he was too young according to Football Association of Slovenia rules, his club was fined. After turning 16 in August 2008 he was finally promoted to the club's first squad where he would go on to play another four league games, before signing for English Premier League club Newcastle United.

He impressed in the 2009 U-17 European championship qualifiers against Turkey, Russia and Malta, where he scored three goals in three games. Despite only being 16 years old, Vučkić played for Slovenia during the finals of the U19 European Championships, held in the Ukraine in July 2009.

Vuckic said ' Mark Warburton is a good manager who knows how to improve youngsters games and Iast year I improved a lot and this year I hope to improve more. For me it was the most important thing to play football, and to play in Rangers a massive club who are pushing to be in the Premier League.'

Wouldn't think they're top SPL level, which will be a problem against Celtic
Tallery- They will improve my strength in depth

Uth Signs For Rangers

Mark Uth Joins Rangers from Standard for £2 million. He scored 15 goals in 25 games for Standard Liege. He joined Standard from SC Heerenveen. He signs a 4-year contract. He was Standard's top scorer last season.

In 2004 he joined 1. FC Köln, left 2007 for Viktoria Köln and came back to 1. FC Köln only two years later. In 2010 he was promoted to the second team playing in fourth tier Regionalliga West. After good performances there, he even became a member of the first team's squad for the 2011–12 Bundesliga season, although he did not play a single match at the end.

Because 1. FC Köln had several further young strikers up their sleeve, it was decided that Uth could leave the club. On 10 May 2012, it was announced that he had signed for SC Heerenveen on a three-year contract. He scored a hattrick while playing on loan for Heracles Almelo in their match against Waalwijk on the 28th of September 2013.

Uth has earned one cap for the Germany U20 team. In a 3-2 victory versus Switzerland on 6 September 2010 he was put in for Cenk Tosun in the 65th minute.

Mark Uth says ' Good things are happening at this club and I want to be a pat of it. They are playing in Europe this season and I hope I can be part of the first and impress my new manager. He is a top manager who was part of the Next-Gen project so he knows how to develop young talent.

Mark Uth joins a strike force which includes Haris Vuckic and Calum Gallagher ,last years top scorer, who is expected to leave the club after refusing to sign a new contract. He is considered a coup and expectations are high and many fans expect him to lead their strike force this season.

Mark Warburton was unavailable to comment but David Weir said' Mark is very pleased to have got his man and he belives he has a lot of potential to improve and become one of the best players in the league.
Some good signings and well done on extending those two loans!
Jer- thanks

Two leave Rangers As Tensions Run High

Wesley Foderingham has left Rangers for Bolton after he submitted a transfer request at the end of last season. Last years top scorer Calum Gallagher has also left after his refusal to sign a new contract. He had one year left on his contract to run. Foderingham has left to join Bolton for £1.6 million while Gallagher's move to Nottingham Forest is around £850k.

Foderingham was with Fulham and Crystal Palace as a young player, but did not make a league appearance for either club. After playing on loan for a number of non-league clubs, he signed for Swindon Town and made over 160 appearances in the Football League for the Wiltshire club. In July 2015, Foderingham signed a three-year contract with Scottish club Rangers upon being released by Swindon.

Mark Warburton said that he will not keep any player against his will. 'I will not keep any player against his will as I do not want a disruptive player who will ruin our morale. We respect his choice and we wish him the best of luck for the future.'

He was in the Championship team of the year as he kept 20 clean sheets as Rangers won the title with a record 92 points. He was part of the defence which concede the least goals in the whole of Scotland as he conceded 18 goals in 36 games.

Foderingham said' Mark was a brilliant coach who made me learn a lot but I felt that a move close to my family would be a good move for me and I believe I can develop here as well.'

Calum Gallagher has also left to join Nottingham forest citing that his contract demands were not met. He joined the Nottingham club for £850k. He will join a club which includes Britt Assombalonga.
Gallagher came through the Rangers youth system. He played for Alloa Athletic and East Stirlingshire on loan to gain first team experience whilst a youth team player with Rangers. On 15 March 2014, Gallagher made his Rangers debut and scored in a 2–0 victory over Dunfermline Athletic.

Calum Gallagher said' I wanted a new contract as I felt I deserved one after finishing as Rangers' top scorer in the league but Mark had other ideas and I am very pleased to be joining a club which has high ambitions.

Mark Warburton said ' I sat down with Calum and his agent as I also felt he needed a new contract as his current only had a year to run but when we sat down he game us unreal demands and He gave us Ultimatums and as I have said before anyone who wants to leave can leave.

Tensions are running high as a number of high profile players are reported to be angered with the exit of two highly regarded players in the Ranger's Dressing room
Will be interesting to see who they will be replaced by.
Big sales, time to dip in to the market!
Jer- Foderingham will have to be replaced but I'm hoping Uth will fill Gallagher's shoes.
Justice- It's time!

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