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Why Rangers Fans Would Love to See Vladimir Weiss Back in Their Team

Why Rangers Fans Would Love to See Vladimir Weiss Back in Their Team

Vladimir Weiss got Rangers fans talking yesterday after appearing to tweet about his future.

The Slovakian winger simply posted the words ‘so I might be coming back,’ leading to hundreds of Gers supporters assuming he meant he would be coming back to their team.

He spent a year at Ibrox from 2010, playing 35 games in a season which saw Rangers win the Premier League title and the League Cup.

But it was only one season and Weiss didn’t rip apart the league in his 35 games.

So why are Rangers fans so keen to see him at Ibrox? Here we explain why:

He Can Do This

And This

Fans Remember This

And This

He Loves Rangers

And Hates Celtic

That was sent as the Champions League last-16 draw was made – which Celtic obviously missed out on after finishing bottom of their group.

He Rates Pedro Caixinha

Speaking on links between Caixinha and Rangers before he got the job, Weiss, per hitc.com, said: “I am not surprised Pedro is someone Rangers are interested in. I know the fans maybe haven’t heard about Pedro Caixinha, but I didn’t know him either before working with him here. But although there are a lot of good managers in the world, I think Pedro could help Rangers. I watch all their games and from what I can see there is talent there. But there is something missing. If you ask me, Pedro could be the guy to change that.”

Would you welcome Weiss at Ibrox?

Let us know in the comments below..

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@StuartHynd

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