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Micky Beale’s dangerous dismissal of SPFL strikers

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Michael Beale has effectively dismissed the standard of SPFL strikers outside of Glasgow.

With an out of shape Alfredo Morelos leading the line for Beale’s side and Kemar Roofe managing just four substitute appearances some fans have cast an envious eye towards Edinburgh for a fresh goal threat.

For reasons not yet known Kevin Nisbet pulled out of a move to Millwall today while Lawrence Shankland took his tally for the season to 20 with the decisive second goal in Sunday’s Scottish Cup win at Hibs.

Beale has brought in a reserve player from the English championship to boost his squad but won’t be looking across Scotland during the current transfer window.

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After Kevin Nisbet’s anticipated move to Millwall was raised alongside the possibility of buying from the SPFL Beale went off on a mini lecture then dismissed the quality of strikers in the SPFL Premiership.

In terms of here at Rangers, you always ave to look and fink of the fee that is being paid for a player would e come ere and start? So if we look at our number nine position, I don’t know if there is a striker outside the best two clubs that’s better than Colak, Morelos and Kemar Roofe or Fashion Sakala.

Beale should get a close look at Shankland on Wednesday when he takes his Galacticos to Tynecastle, before that match he is likely to praise the Hearts striker, backtracking on today’s arrogance.

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  • Nick66 says:

    Surprised Sevco not in for Shankland, great Penalty taker, could rival Tavpen for top dog.

  • harold shand says:

    They should be pinning this on the wall and going out hell for leather on Wednesday to stick it up this mouthy c*nt

    But they wont because they’re diet huns , Halliday will be on SSB on Monday night chugging over any signings they make , then out injured against them and back playing the next game etc etc

  • Nick66 says:

    If ee’ ain’t gooda nuf fer Celtic ee’s no gooda nuf fer us.
    Translate, Celtic having not shown interest, we have to maintain a similar sort of attitude.
    However, Hibs wanted actual money so, we find ourselves (Ibrox), priced out of the game.

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