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January - What Do You Want?

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As Rangers enter the January transfer window intent of doing some positive business, we at Vital QPR ask you what you want.

Inclusions - Positions

At present the weaknesses between to lie in the defensive unit, and while Kaspars Gorkss and Damion Stewart have provided some stability there appears to be problems that remain.

Perhaps a replacement or accompaniment to Radek Cerny in goal would be an ideal choice for Paul Hart, while the full-back positions remain without depth.

With Ben Watson returning to Wigan and not looking like returning, while Gavin Mahon and Martin Rowlands remain sidelined, central midfield will remain an option.

Down the flanks Rangers are well bolstered by the return of Lee Cook, Hogan Ephraim and Angelo Balanta, but the problem seems to lie up front.

Jay Simpson has led the line well but a lack of consistency from Rangers in general in the front-line has blighted them this season.

Which position would YOU like to see strengthened?

Inclusions - Players

Is there a specific player fans have in mind - within reason? Taking into account the track record of Rangers' purchases the board prefer to spend big on wages rather than initial fees.

Targets have been reportedly outlined as Amdy Faye, Dave Kitson, Michael Brown and former Rangers youngster Nigel Quashie - but nothing has appeared close to making these rumours become deals.

What players do YOU want to see at Rangers?

Departures - Players

Finally, of the current squad what players do you believe Rangers need to shed in order to a) bring in the desired players and b) compete effectively in the Championship.

The current squad:

2 Peter Ramage
3 Damion Stewart
4 Gavin Mahon
5 Fitz Hall
6 Mikele Leigertwood
7 Wayne Routledge
8 Rowan Vine
9 Heidar Helguson
10 Ákos Buzsáky
11 Patrick Agyemang
12 Alessandro Pellicori
13 Kaspars Gorkšs
14 Martin Rowlands
16 Matthew Connolly
17 Lee Cook
18 Alejandro Faurlín
19 Angelo Balanta
21 Matteo Alberti
23 Jay Simpson
24 Radek Černý
27 Lee Brown
28 Joe Oastler
29 Gary Borrowdale
30 Romone Rose
32 Elvijs Putniņš
34 Ed Harris
35 Josh Parker
37 Shane McWeeney
39 Adel Taarabt

Who do YOU think needs to be shed?




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Writer:Boxer
Date:Monday January 4 2010
Time: 10:00AM

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Comments

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someone who is prepared to spend money.
buzz lightyear
04/01/2010 17:30:00
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For City or Rangers, Buzz?
Boxer
04/01/2010 17:50:00
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Hi im on 606 as well but just got membership. I would like to see Tom Heaton back but he seems intent on staying at Rochdale for a while. We need to get another CB or give Ramage a go there and if he's any good sign a decent full-back
_qpr-scotland_
05/01/2010 17:38:00
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Hello mate - and welcome to the site - click the blue box at the top that takes you to the forum and you will no doubt see familiar faces! Welcome once again. Agree that we need more defenders, quality ones.
Boxer
05/01/2010 17:57:00
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Thanks for the welcome. Yeah there are definitley a few familiar faces (usernames)!
_qpr-scotland_
06/01/2010 19:46:00
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