Rangers and QPR seem to have been caught up in a war of words, which has been escalated by a bit of a rant by Rs manager Ian Holloway about on-loan Ger Sean Goss.
Holloway claims, as reported by the Daily Record, that Gers boss Graeme Murty made a ‘silly statement’ when he said that he would like to make Goss’ loan spell at Rangers permanent at the end of the season.
Holloway claimed that the player will be returning to Loftus Road at the end of the season, but if we are being honest, surely the 22-year-old first teamer would prefer to stay in Glasgow for the foreseeable future.
He would have the option of playing in Europe and being part of a new-look, exciting Gers side that has been assembled by director of football Mark Allen, who could have a proper tilt at the title next season.
Or he could be part of a QPR side which are trying to avoid relegation to League One and seem set to have another disappointing season.
Goss has done very well since joining the Light Blues in January, he has added a dimension that their midfield had previously lacked, as well as his ability to hit a mean free-kick.
Allen and Murty need to persuade Goss that his long-term future lies in Glasgow, and not in a relegation struggle in London.
In other Rangers news, Greg Docherty is a big fan of team-mate Jamie Murphy