Date: 10th January 2019 at 7:30am
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It’s been a very good January window for the Gers so far and Steven Gerrard will be looking to ensure that continues for the rest of the market.

The club has signed Jermain Defoe and Steven Davis, of course, whilst Glen Kamara and Jordan Jones have also been signed for next season.

I personally feel as though both that latter pair will have great careers at the club but it seems as though there is a bit of bitterness emanating from Dundee over Kamara.

Not necessarily from the club, though, but former player Lee Wilkie who has made a rather bold and blunt claim about the midfielder.

As quoted by the Evening Times, he had this to say:

“I have to admit not to having seen too much of him but I am surprised.

“He’s been great for the Dark Blues but I don’t think he’s good enough for Gers.”

How can he say he’s not going to be very good when he’s admitted to seeing him play very little? I think Kamara will adapt quickly and do well for us, myself, shutting up Wilkie in the process.


4 Replies to “Anyone else sensing some Dundee bitterness after recent Rangers capture?”

  • Cant say as I sensed the bitter bit? To be honest, have to agree when I have seen him myself there has never been a wow we should sign him.

  • Wilkie isn’t the brightest. He may be a former player but his allegiances lie across the road from Dens. Possibly why he is maybe having a dig given the recent(ish) ill feelings between both clubs.

  • Why listen to the opinion of someone who says he has not seen much of Kamara especially a former footballer who was not renowned for his skill level as it stands at the moment it is a no risk signing he wont cost us a transfer fee but it is possible that Dundee are so cash strapped that might change

  • Kamaras ability is not in question, last season he was superb for us.
    This season the going has got tough – Kamara has gone into hiding.
    If he stays at Dens, I very much doubt if he will feature again this season, in our predicament we need guys who will roll up the sleeves and fight for the jersey – Kamara certainly does not !
    Does he have the mental strength to survive the old firm hatefest?

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