Rossiter loan confirmed

MSF

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The pace, intensity & tempo that Rossiter plays at is one of his best attributes.
 

47blue

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More concerned about the lack of genuine quality and creativity within that lot.

Dorrans has struggled with injuries, as has Rossiter and Davis will hopefully not be here next season.
There are no left sided midfielders apart from Halliday. I suspect Shinnie may come in.
 

Valley Bluenose

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Thanks for posting. This loan is going to do him the power of good. You can see he is going into tackles fully committed and full-blooded. He also appears to be operating right across the midfield, with many of those blocks and tackles in both the right and left defensive areas. Be good to see him a bit more involved in the attacking areas but, I guess, that was a game where Bury were on the defensive for most of the match. I think they have their local derby coming up next week - so more blood-and-thunder for Rossiter. Just what he needs right now.

Must admit, there were a couple of times there he was slow to get up and I was fearing the worst LOL.
 
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Fondablondes

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Jordan Rossiter has ability, of that there is no doubt. I would love him to overcome his injury issues and become a Rangers regular.
The lad will be gutted that he's contributed little thus far, I'm willing him to succeed at Rangers.
Abusing the young guy for his unfortunate injury record is unfeeling in my opinion.
 

Andy35

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Thanks for posting. This loan is going to do him the power of good. You can see he is going into tackles fully committed and full-blooded. He also appears to be operating right across the midfield, with many of those blocks and tackles in both the right and left defensive areas. Be good to see him a bit more involved in the attacking areas but, I guess, that was a game where Bury were on the defensive for most of the match. I think they have their local derby coming up next week - so more blood-and-thunder for Rossiter. Just what he needs right now.

Must admit, there were a couple of times there he was slow to get up and I was fearing the worst LOL.
We play 3 central midfielders and the other 2 O'Shea and Mayor are both basically attackers (both in double figures already) so Rossiter plays behind them breaking up attacks and passing the ball short to them. Yes we have Oldham on Saturday, we owe them big time. Plus on Tuesday we have the Checkatrade Semi Final live on sky - just 90 mins from Wembley.
 

bilkobear

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Is it really outstanding? It’s a 2 minute highlight clip where he doesn’t play a single pass

I want him to do well and think this loan will do him the world of good but let’s not get carried away
No, it isn't at all outstanding.
But it is nonetheless encouraging.
That will do for now.
 

Arminius

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to be honest and I think our manager admitted it, it was practically no value to the team apart from a bit of match fitness, but for us fans it was something we could never have dreamt of - playing against the mighty Rangers at Ibrox in front of a full house ! unbelievable. Only disappointment was the lack of 'Penny Arcade' Love that song ! lol Just looked at the team that night - and only 2 players that started are regular starters for us now. Hopefully we will get promoted, every team we play against admit we are the best in this league. We need to win 8 of the last 14 to get promoted by my reckoning. Fingers crossed !!
Best of British to your lads, Andy. Really hope you get the promotion your play so far this season deserves.

Also, hope you can now see that some of the earlier derogatory remarks about going on loan to you guys was only from a handful of negative types. If you think what you got was bad, you should see what Rangers players get from them on the match day thread LOL :D

Delighted Rossiter is making a contribution and hopefully helps you lot up a division. I still have high hopes for this young lad.
 

The Moon on Mars is Blue

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Wish him all the best and hope he comes back next season in a position to compete for a placement Out of our central Midfielders the only one who could score 10 or more in a season is Dorrans but I doubt his fitness will be up to the mark.
 

Daz1690

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We play 3 central midfielders and the other 2 O'Shea and Mayor are both basically attackers (both in double figures already) so Rossiter plays behind them breaking up attacks and passing the ball short to them. Yes we have Oldham on Saturday, we owe them big time. Plus on Tuesday we have the Checkatrade Semi Final live on sky - just 90 mins from Wembley.
Andy, thanks for the updates on Jordan, best of luck for your next few games and indeed for the rest of the season.
 

Kirbys House

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Raving about him on their forum this evening

Absolutely phenomenal today
We were very impressed with the lad this afternoon. An eye for a cracking pass and playing two or three different roles in the first half.
An absolutely insane performance by him today. Don't think he put a single pass astray and won tackles in every area of the pitch.
Would love for him to stay fit & get back in our midfield.
 

hms

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Good to see

Games is the most important part here for Jordon, performance is a bonus
 

Doctor Robert

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Man of the match for Rossiter today! Bury won 3-1

Sure Andy will give us more detail on Jordan's performance later
I was just reading the match report on BBC (I know I know) but for MOTM he never even got a mention.
They really are THAT biased.
 

MSF

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I said it before and I'll say it again, don't mind the pelters short visioned folk will give me, he has more ability than McCrorie and I'd bet he'll be a better player than him.

I just hope its at us.
 

Boab4

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He’s a long long way from making it at Rangers. He spent the best part of 3 years injured, if that doesn’t qualify a player for the “made of glass” tag then what does?
Made of glass would say he gets loads of different injuries.

He didn't it was one thing causing him to miss so much football.
 
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