Their Master’s Voice


Bad capt madman says: July 26, 2013 at 3:39 pm 2 …

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bad capt madman says:
July 26, 2013 at 3:39 pm
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What I find difficult to get my head around, is how can they play these players in a friendly, claiming them as new signings, not as trialists, but then be allowed to play them as trialists in cup and league matches. Who were these players registered with when they played in these games?

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Rangers will not be able field a number of summer signings as trialists ahead of their registration embargo being lifted on September 1.

Manager Ally McCoist has confirmed that Arnold Peralta, Steven Smith and Richard Foster will all have to wait to make a competitive appearance for their new club.

The three have been recruited on free transfers but as their last clubs were all based outside of Scotland, the Scottish FA are not able to request international clearance for them to feature as trialists.

Rangers will have to wait until either a prospective Ramsdens Cup quarter-final on September 7 or the Second Division game with Arbroath at Ibrox on September 14 to field any of the three, by which point they will be registered players.

Nicky Law, Cammy Bell, Nicky Clark and Jon Daly will be able to play as trialists in league matches, and in the first round of the Ramsdens Cup, before September 1.

Rangers can field two trialists in league matches up to a maximum of three times. Two trialists can also be fielded in the Ramsdens Cup first round match with Albion Rovers on Sunday.

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