Oh no Ojo's about! Hand Rangers the title now!
If you are to believe the hype surrounding another on loan Liverpool winger arriving at Ibrox, Rangers are going to win the title this season. That’s what Rangers fans are claiming with the imminent arrival of Sheyi Ojo.
With the mainstream media blatantly ignoring the crushing defeat in the courts to Mike Ashley once again, which will hit the club financially, Rangers fans are lapping up their latest signing who sounds more like an extra out of Kill Bill. I am careful not to say Kill Billy there in case the horde report me to the authorities for making death threats.
The 21-year-old will become the Ibrox side’s FIFTH summer signing if he passes a medical - joining Steven Davis, Jordan Jones, Jake Hastie and Greg Stewart.
In what is already a hugely inflated squad with around 17 midfielders in the first team squad alone, Rangers are looking to finalise the deal to sign Ojo and Joe Aribo in the next few days.
Is that the way Rangers are going to win the title this season? Flood the midfield with all 19 players?
So with the League One world beating Aribo and the ex-Ligue One assassin arriving in Govania, the title race has now swung in favour of Rangers as the realisation dawns on Celtic fans that a team that was knocked out of two cup competitions by Aberdeen and finished nine points behind Celtic will romp to the Premiership title this season.
Ojo spent last season on loan at Stade Reims in France after signing a new five-year deal at Liverpool - a move that was more about preserving his value than anything else with a future with Liverpool very unlikely, according to one Liverpool fan site.
The former English youth international signed for Liverpool in 2014 from MK Dons, but has spent the majority of his time on loan with stints at Wigan, Wolverhampton, Fulham and Reims last season.
His season-long loan deal in France resulted in just four starts, 12 substitute appearances and one goal. Totalling a mere 461 minutes and playing in just two games that Reims won - token appearances with a few minutes in both games under his belt. A great return for the £2 million loan fee that Reims paid for the player. I wonder how much Rangers have had to fork out for their loan deal of Ojo?
Since signing for Liverpool in 2014, he has played a total of 84 times with 40 of them being substitute appearances, scoring 8 goals in all competitions.
But forget about all of that as he is going to be a world beater and title winner for Rangers.
Ojo now joins a long band of merry world beating warriors that arrived in Govania to liberate the people from Celtic domination. Can he succeed where Bruno Alves, Joey Barton, Steven Davis, Jermaine Defoe, Steven Gerrard, Pedro Caixinha and Mark Warburton all failed?
Be afraid Timmy be very afraid! The Rangers are finally coming after seven years.