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JFK hunting Bazza

JFK hunting Bazza

Despite the links with Madjid Bougherra recently, today`s transfer window revelation is that it`s actually Barry Ferguson who is the top Newcastle target from the 'Gers. Ferguson failed spectacularly at Ewood Park in his previous attempt at Premier League life as injury and a dip in form caused him to retreat back north of the border.

However back at Ibrox he has seen his stock rise again in the Scottish side`s remarkable cup runs last season. Any move would be a bizarre one for Fergie as he seems settled at Rangers and guaranteed a sniff at Champions League football every season. Also the fact we`re a complete rabble right now won`t have gone unnoticed.



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Writer:Ross Molyneux
Date:Saturday January 3 2009
Time: 6:43PM

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Barry wasnt actually that bad for us, he turned in several MOM performances but he bottle it when he decided he didnt like it.
Mikey D
03/01/2009 19:03:00
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Never got a chance of getting him. Learnt his mistakes and will sit out the rest of his career playing 32 exhibition matches and 4 Old Firm games a season.
BaldEagle
03/01/2009 21:20:00
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hardly exibition matches have you checked the results last season rangers lost to hibs/hearts/aberdeen/dundee utd & drew with some teams & also lost twice to celtic its not as easy as it was five years ago with sides outwith celtic/rangers getting better & celtic/rangers getting worse!!!!!!!!!
dannybhoy46
04/01/2009 15:35:00
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No Chance lads and he never failed at Blackburn - if you look back he won many player of the month rewards and IT WAS the wrtong move, he knows that now and he is back where he belongs and he will stay regardless of the rumours ! Considering the impressive 1st season Wattie had with the Gers in Europe etc. the slating of the SPL carries on when we are playing with peanuts compared to the cash in the EPL and the size of our country makes it even more impressive that Rangers and Celtic are 2 of the biggest teams/clubs/fan bases in the world - why would he go to United ? Not being cheeky but he is financially secure - on a good wage at Rangers - Captain of Club and Country and more or less guaranteed European football - so Bazza and Boogie will not be leaving to go to a struggling English side - Fact ! We are building a side and in our 2nd season - we will not be selling any big named players if we can help it !
bluebells
04/01/2009 18:59:00
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