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    What is it with our rejects? Every single one of them seems to be banging in goals as soon as they leave.

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    The boy knows how to find the net. Will be good to see him get a few games in a row down there. He only got fleeting appearances for us and cast into the wilderness in between.

    Guess he was too raw for us and we can't afford to be patient with someone like that

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    not a surprise, given his record

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    He isn't a reject, we will be getting him back so good on him.

    Give Pedro something to think about when he gets back up the road.

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    Hopefully he gets a good run of games for Charlton that will give us more stats etc to judge him on. In an ideal scenario, he will get a run of games and bag himself a decent amount of goals. All the better for us if he does.

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    I've continually said there is definitely a player in there with Dodoo, he's proven he can finish anytime he's been given the opportunity to.
    Just frustrates the **** out of me that he gets shunted out wide whenever he comes off the bench.

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    Default Re: Joe Dodoo now scoring on his debut

    good for him. The more he scores the better.

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    Two ways to look at it depending on who you are.

    1) The manager is clueless and doesn't know how to get the best out of his players (be careful with this one though because it also includes Waghorn and Garner and a certain Mark Warburton was responsible for signing all three yet couldn't seem to get any of them scoring regularly in the Scottish Premier either).

    2) the pressure of playing in front of 45-50,000 punters demanding a win every other week against teams happy to stick ten men behind the ball and play for a point was too much for them.

    Or to sum, they've all now found their level at smaller clubs with more modest ambitions?

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    Always thought Dodoo should have been given a run .

    Manager obviously didn't think so , his call .

    Will be interesting to see how he does now he has been farmed out .

    I hope he does well and is better for the experience.

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    I always liked Joe.

    Hopefully he'll do well enough to get another chance up here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by omegaman View Post
    Two ways to look at it depending on who you are.

    1) The manager is clueless and doesn't know how to get the best out of his players (be careful with this one though because it also includes Waghorn and Garner and a certain Mark Warburton was responsible for signing all three yet couldn't seem to get any of them scoring regularly in the Scottish Premier either).

    2) the pressure of playing in front of 45-50,000 punters demanding a win every other week against teams happy to stick ten men behind the ball and play for a point was too much for them.

    Or to sum, they've all now found their level at smaller clubs with more modest ambitions?
    Why cant Joe Dodoo be a very good prospect who needs games at a lower level/expectation range?

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    Quote Originally Posted by omegaman View Post
    Two ways to look at it depending on who you are.

    1) The manager is clueless and doesn't know how to get the best out of his players (be careful with this one though because it also includes Waghorn and Garner and a certain Mark Warburton was responsible for signing all three yet couldn't seem to get any of them scoring regularly in the Scottish Premier either).

    2) the pressure of playing in front of 45-50,000 punters demanding a win every other week against teams happy to stick ten men behind the ball and play for a point was too much for them.

    Or to sum, they've all now found their level at smaller clubs with more modest ambitions?
    Or Dodoo is a striker with a knack for scoring but with limited skill on the ball who therefore plays well as a number 9 but is wasted on the wing.

    Hope he does well down there and comes back to be challenging Morelos for his place. His problem been with us was that we nearly always played him out of position. He's now behind Morelos for the 9 slot and isn't great elsewhere so good on Pedro for letting him go develop elsewhere and we hopefully get him back better able to compete for that jersey

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    Not good enough for Rangers, but I'm glad he's started well at Charlton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wacaktb View Post
    Just frustrates the **** out of me that he gets shunted out wide whenever he comes off the bench.

    Another striker that was played out of position

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    I'd argue that it has something to do with the pressure being removed of playing in front of an expectant crowd of 50,000 people in a city where your every move is scrutinised and criticised.

    Waghorn couldn't go out for his dinner without being insulted by schoolboys, FFS.

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    After Morelos, Dodoo is the best natural finisher we have.

    Hopefully it isn't the last we have saw him in a Rangers shirt.

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    Dodoo is going out to get experience - i think Pedro actually rates him but knows hes 4th in line so wants him getting games and him scoring isn't a bad thing.

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    He's still contracted to use so he won't get the adulation Joe 'Romario' Garner and Barrie McKay get.

    Good on him. I hope this loan deal works to our benefit whether it be getting a good confident striker back or making a nice profit.

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    Disappointed Dodoo was never given a proper run in the team as he has a lot of composure, pace and strength. Definite signs of a player there at the end of last season.

    He was brought on for the second half in the Scottish Cup Semi and immediately looked like he could cause them some problems with his pace and strength. Outstanding 10 minute spell at Pittodrie where he scored 1, set 1 up and hit the bar. Hope he returns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northampton_loyalist View Post
    Why cant Joe Dodoo be a very good prospect who needs games at a lower level/expectation range?
    Could be, but I have a feeling we won't see him in a Rangers shirt again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by omegaman View Post
    Two ways to look at it depending on who you are.

    1) The manager is clueless and doesn't know how to get the best out of his players (be careful with this one though because it also includes Waghorn and Garner and a certain Mark Warburton was responsible for signing all three yet couldn't seem to get any of them scoring regularly in the Scottish Premier either).

    2) the pressure of playing in front of 45-50,000 punters demanding a win every other week against teams happy to stick ten men behind the ball and play for a point was too much for them.

    Or to sum, they've all now found their level at smaller clubs with more modest ambitions?
    Or he's making a good impression at a new club. Typical honeymoon period for a striker

    Noticed we didn't get yet another thread about McKay, Garner and Waghorn's scoring exploits last weekend

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    Default Re: Joe Dodoo now scoring on his debut

    Glad the lads started well,hopefully his development continues.

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    No surprise to me, consistently said last season that he looked like the best finisher at the club. Can't understand why he isn't in the plans this season when we're not exactly flush with strikers.

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    It could all have been so different for Dodoo if that waster Harry Forrester had squared the ball to him in the OF game at Ibrox.

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    Great start to his loan spell, hopefully rams a few of the opinions of poster on here down their throats and comes back ready to play for the Rangers

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