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Rangers Hungary For Duo

Rangers have been linked once more with Plymouth`s Hungarian duo of Peter Halmosi and Krisztian Timar.

Luigi De Canio is set to launch a £2.5m raid on the Greens for the Hungarian pair who have been heavily influential in Plymouth`s rise to success in the Championship.

Signed by Ian Holloway the pair have accumulated a total of 76 starts for Argyle, with defender Timar, bagging three goals and winger Halmosi scoring 8 times.

Both players signed for Argyle after successful loan spells, with Timar coming from Ferencvaros and Halmosi from Debrecen. They accumulated a total fee of £475k, the bulk of that lying with Halmosi`s move to Home Park.

Fuel was added to flames with Akos Buzsaky moving to the Super Hoops for £500k following a successful loan spell at Loftus Road, and will no doubt play a key part in convincing his compatriots to follow him to West London and join the Rangers revolution.

What do you think of this latest link to Loftus Road? Are they merely one of many rumours, or is there some substance behind this speculation?

To have your say you can comment in the space provided below, or chat about it on the forum.

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Date:Thursday May 1 2008

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At the moment I think its all agents talk, posturing for a better contract for the two, I think if one goes they both will however, and a combined deal could be the way to go.
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