The Rangers fans here in the Transfer Tavern are yet to be convinced by Pedro Caixinha’s summer overhaul.
Indeed, while there was so much excitement over the course of the summer, many of the club’s summer buys have failed to deliver for the Portuguese, much to the delight of our local Light Blues.
Which is why reports from the Scottish Sun have proven so disheartening. They’ve revealed that former Ibrox favourite Andy Halliday wouldn’t mind a permanent move to Azerbaijani outfit Gabala beyond the extent of his loan spell with the club.
A Rangers man through and through, the 25-year-old was a hugely popular figure in our bar, though fell out with Caixinha upon his succession of Mark Warburton earlier this year and made a shock move to Eastern Europe.
While some of our resident Gers would love to see his bite added back into midfield, it seems the Glaswegian is loving life abroad.
”At the moment, two things are important for me – to play every week and to help my team win games”, he said.
“That’s my main goals. As to my future, I will talk with the leadership of Gabala at the end of the season.
“We are third in the league at the moment and we want to get higher of course. We have some very good players in the squad.
“When you play with players as good as that, you do not have any problems in terms of adaptation.
”Every day I think I am adapting more out here.
“In Azerbaijan, the tempo of the game is very quick. At Gabala, we are getting better I think as the season progresses.”
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