Rangers should never have made Blackpool friendly and traveling fans will be a health risk – Hotline – Sports Hotline

Rangers fans hit the Hotline to support team member ratings as the summer transfer window begins to bubble.

Ibrox bosses face offers for key men like Glen Kamara and Alfredo Morelos.

The Rangers are ready to demand the best price for their stars and Chris Lowe, Yoker, is one of those who believes the Light Blues chefs are right to hang on.

He said: “Glen Kamara can rightly be valued at over £ 20million because he, along with Morelos, has something on his CV that no Celtic player has – great European performances with the latter reaching a record 23 goals.

“You don’t get more than £ 20million for the good performance of Scottish football, hence the reason Celtic have been trying to hit the French penalty kick taker and Kilmarnock Loanee Ajer for more than two years now without a taker. “

Ian mckendrick sent an email to say: “Celtic fans are just jealous Steven Gerrard has a gem in Glen Kamara which all experts say is worth millions.”

Rangers fans in Sheffield

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On the subject of Rangers, their preseason schedule was released this week with friendlies against Tranmere and Blackpool on the roster.

The club have made it clear to fans not to travel, but Andy Adams, Kirkcaldy, said: “Are the Rangers serious?

“Imagine booking a friendly with Blackpool and asking fans not to travel, this is the last place they should go if they don’t want fans to travel and Blackpool is no better.

“They know full well the game would be sold out, so why take a chance in the first place?” I don’t even think it will go forward.

Andrew Lamb, Fraserburgh, added: “The recent and alarming spike in COVID positives in Scotland has made the behavior of ticketless tartan army fans all the more reckless and incredibly stupid.

“Rangers fans should take note. Stay away from preseason friendlies, especially in England, as you risk your own health and that of the rest of us.

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Some Hibs topics were also discussed on the Hotline with Stephen Johnstone, Ardentinny, Take a stand on Hibs’ rejection of an important Watford offer for full-back Josh Doig.

He said: “It’s a lot of dosh for Josh and Hibs should bite Watford’s hand instead of being greedy. £ 2.5million can keep them afloat instead of wanting more and another player isn’t going anywhere fast due to greedy owners wanting more dosh. The only loser is Josh.

Ian urquhart sent a message to pay tribute to Scottish Cup legend David Gray, who hung up his boots with his place in Easter Road folklore assured.

He said: “I would like to say a big thank you to David for his retirement for everything he has done for Hibernian Football Club over the years and of course for that very special goal in the Scottish Cup Final. in 2016. “

The Euro knockout stage has given the tournament real life with 14 goals scored in just two last 16 games on a Magic Monday.

Alan McGaw, Alloa, was particularly taken by the blockbuster France vs Switzerland which saw the tournament favorites crash on penalties.

He said: “What a match between these two teams and in the end a shocking result with the exit of the favorites from France. With nine minutes remaining, they had to think about the game, the set and the match.

“With the perseverance of the Swiss, I would say that overall they deserved their victory and I wish them good luck for the next round. They say football is a fun old game and the Swiss have certainly proven it.

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