Date:Wednesday June 25 2008
Rangers have accepted a £300,000 offer from Norwich for midfielder Alan Gow according to the Daily Star.
If this goes through and the player finishes up at Carrow Road so much for the waffle his agent said about the midfielder wanting to stay with Rangers to try & play for the club he loves and supports.
Only a few days ago, Gow turned Burnley FC down during the Lafferty saga so really all this must be saying is that Norwich were willing to pay him more money.
The following word's by Gow's agent will now echo in the ears with one word summing up the statements...bullpoo!!
'Alan has never wanted to leave Rangers and, all along, he has been determined to report back for pre-season and do everything he can to force his way back into the first-team picture.
'Alan supported Rangers as a kid and it has taken him his whole career to get to Ibrox and he never wanted to walk away without giving it another shot.
'Alan was flattered by the interest shown in him by Burnley and Owen Coyle and he had to think long and hard about remaining at Rangers.
'But Alan believes that if he had gone then he would have been left thinking what if' for the rest of his career.
'I believe that, if anything, the interest shown by Burnley and the hunger of Owen Coyle to take him to Turf Moor has given Alan's confidence a boost after what has been a very frustrating season for him.
'Now all his focus is on reporting back for pre-season at Rangers next Wednesday and showing his commitment to the cause.'
What absolute rubbish, we now know it's always been about money as if we didn't already. I just hope Burnley FC got at least £300,000 in compensation from Rangers for messing us about and even then I wonder what shortfall we have suffered under the £4 million rating we put on Lafferty
Date:Wednesday June 25 2008
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