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Discussion in 'Loanwatch' started by Doomchicken, Aug 13, 2015.
That's what the Scottish think of skill and flair.
Seriously, go on Twitter and search Oduwa - they absolutely love him and it sounds like he was targeted by the oppo and the ref
BBC says he got booked - reaction to a bad tackle? "Diving"?
Playing a 3rd tier Scottish team, and that just might be the limit of their skill...
Smiffy© @Smiffy54AC 1h1 hour ago
Oduwa booked for going past a opponent without asking permission.
On twitter so many rangers fans raving about him, see it repeated a few times that he's too good for the league and is just going to get kicked two shades of sh*t out off.. worrying.
I watched a stream from Rangers' website
How did he do?
The club will have them both watched each time they play and will receive reports off Warburton. I would imagine if it's obvious that he's in danger of serious injury ie he's being targetted with no protection from the officials, that Spurs would pull him out.
Is there away to link videos on Twitter to here?
If anyone wants to see a rediculous 'penalty' which should have been check the video on ibroxrocks
DominicBall @dominicball3 19m19 minutes ago
Happy to make my @RangersFC debut and great to get a win and clean sheet! Fans were excellent as well! #gers
Cheers bro. You even read my mind as to what I wanted to link.
Booed for being skill full and having flair ffs.
"With his lithe, long limbs and elusive running style, there was an air of uncertainty whenever he was involved in the play, which often prompted booing from the Ayr fans"
Typical. Cheer wankers with no skill that just kick a person, but boo someone who can actually kick a ball.
how the fuck was that not given? blatant!
There will always be players wanting to kick two shades of shit out of skilful players.
It's not like the English Premiership doesn't have the thugs either.
It's just something we will have to learn how to deal with it.
I think the fact that he is already being targetted is actually a good thing. It will test his temperament, his bravery and also how well he deals with close attention from markers.
Secondly his profile has already been raised so expectation levels are even higher than when he first joined.
Thirdly, if he can add goals as well then he is going to come back full of confidence and self belief, which can only be good for next season.
Good to see Dominic Ball getting his debut, although I think he will have to get used to being in Oduwa's shadow this season.
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