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Davis Reaches UEFA semi-final!

I accept that the merits of our Irish midfield player as a football talent have been questioned by some of you but I kind have a secret admiration for him.

Whilst we continue to struggle at the foot of the Premier League, Davis looks as if he`s really landed on his feet ay Ibrox.

He already has a Scottish League Cup Final winners medal, looks a nailed on certainty to get a Scottish League winners medal and now he also has a good chance of getting a medal in the UEFA Cup after his sides great victory over Sporting Lisbon last night, not to mention a possibility of a Scottish Cup medal.

These are golden days indeed for someone who is a Rangers supporter and is now lucky enough to be playing for them, albeit on loan.




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday April 11 2008

Time: 4:17PM

Your Comments

I think Glasgow Rangers surprised a lot of people last night - including me!
merlin
although the next round against Fiorentina might be a round too far!
merlin
Its annoying that after seeing Davis ghost through game after game doing absolutely nothing useful, he goes to Rangers and decides he's going to play with a bit of passion and skill. I judge him on his performances for Fulham, ship him out!
donfulham
I didn't think he was THAT bad for us! I think the way Rangers play with him in an advanced right position suits him a little better. I think it would be a shame to lose him but i think he prob wont want to stick around.
oranje_emu
not sure Hodgson fancies him in his set up!
Putney
 

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