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Title: Ryan Jack
Post by: A llad insane on February 05, 2017, 06:34:45 PM
 Starting to look very good again, must admit his form before fairly recently was patchy to say the least, in recent weeks though he has looked back to his form of 2 seasons ago when we were all raving about him.
   Still think Shinnie should be our captain though as he is more likely to badger the ref, when needed.
If Ryan could only stop turning back & go forward more, i'm sure he would be in the Internationai set up, mind you  :dunno:mabye nae.

Thoughts ...
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Elgindon on February 05, 2017, 07:41:15 PM
 Was up north this w/e,so missed the game yesterday,but dont think its a coincedence that he's been playing alongside a more imposing guy in Shinnie? and he had Robson beside him when he was getting all that attention a couple of years ago.He seems quite a shy loon and those guys bring him out of himself.Certainly dont or didnt think he was confident enough for captain,but lets see how this pairing develops.
   Would still prefer a bigger unit beside him,with Shinnie at l/b,but maybe that suitable guy wasnt available in the window.Hope we get it sorted in summer
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: RicoS321 on February 05, 2017, 09:03:11 PM
Aye, yer right Elgin, Jack started the season very well alongside Shinnie and is now playing well again. I'd say that Jack has had a decent season overall, with a poor spell when he came back from injury which coincided with Deek chopping and changing the midfield. A good, predictable, dependable midfield partner brings out the best in Jack. He's too disciplined and cautious when playing alongside a player who isn't those things (McLean, Flood etc). He's a very good midfielder who could go a lot further if we go a lot further with him.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: manc_don on February 06, 2017, 09:36:30 AM
There's always been a player in there, he's shown it on multiple occasions. A lot of our players seem to be confidence players.  He should never be playing alongside someone like McLean, who is incredibly talented but should be playing further forward anyway.  He hasn't got the balls to do what Shinnie appears to be doing.  Maybe it has been a case of Jack overthinking things, own accord or not, but as I've said in another thread, I think we'll miss him more than we know (edit: if we don't adequately replace him).  He does my head in sometimes, but when he's on his game, he's one of the best in the country.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: manc_don on April 11, 2017, 02:31:05 PM
Anyone else find it odd that it's Shinnie coming out doing the fighting talk and not our captain post disaster?  I'm guessing it probably speaks volumes about his intentions.  Whether he stays or goes, his form as been awesome for the past 5 months.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Stewart on April 11, 2017, 02:32:11 PM
Anyone else find it odd that it's Shinnie coming out doing the fighting talk and not our captain post disaster?  I'm guessing it probably speaks volumes about his intentions.  Whether he stays or goes, his form as been awesome for the past 5 months.

Probably not the players who decide who does the media though is it?
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Tyrant on April 11, 2017, 02:46:06 PM
Fight was one thing we did see from Ryan on Sunday so I'm certainly not going to criticise him for nae speaking to the meeja.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: jess on April 11, 2017, 11:34:18 PM
Fight was one thing we did see from Ryan on Sunday so I'm certainly not going to criticise him for nae speaking to the meeja.

Really? May as well have been sent off. Might have rallied the team like the last game against them. Instead he scared the shit out the defence, gave away the ball for the 1st and could have stopped the 2nd if we wasn't asleep on his heels.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: BigAl on April 14, 2017, 07:42:07 AM
And so it starts.... not a single quote from anyone

https://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/sport/football/866866/rangers-are-set-to-stun-rivals-aberdeen-by-poaching-pittodrie-skipper-ryan-jack-on-pre-contract/
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: manc_don on April 14, 2017, 08:30:57 AM
It wouldn't surprise me in the slightest if it was true. He's probably the type of player they need.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Reidzer 1314 on April 14, 2017, 08:54:37 AM
Over the past few weeks a few posters on AFC Chat seem to think Jack to Sevco is a done deal.

It wouldnt surprise me if this is where The Sun got there info from  :laughing:
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Elgindon on April 14, 2017, 02:12:50 PM

 Deek playing it down on RedTV,saying he's been told by Ryan theirs been no contact,and doesnt anticipate.Thinks if he did move it would more likely be to England

Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Edinburghdon on April 14, 2017, 02:27:36 PM
McInnes also quoted as saying Jack has told him the Rangers doesn't interest him.  :thumbsup:

https://stv.tv/sport/football/1385843-jack-tells-mcinnes-i-m-not-interested-in-rangers-move/?utm_content=bufferd8347&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer (https://stv.tv/sport/football/1385843-jack-tells-mcinnes-i-m-not-interested-in-rangers-move/?utm_content=bufferd8347&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer)
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: BigAl on April 14, 2017, 04:11:12 PM
McInnes also quoted as saying Jack has told him the Rangers doesn't interest him.  :thumbsup:

https://stv.tv/sport/football/1385843-jack-tells-mcinnes-i-m-not-interested-in-rangers-move/?utm_content=bufferd8347&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer (https://stv.tv/sport/football/1385843-jack-tells-mcinnes-i-m-not-interested-in-rangers-move/?utm_content=bufferd8347&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer)

That'll be a done deal then ::)
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: 1903_Redz on April 16, 2017, 12:18:53 PM
Initially i was a massive fan of Jack and likened him to Simmie but the last couple of years i've not been impressed by him, until the last few weeks that is. I just wonder if this is him putting himself in the 'shop window'?

As for last week, i thought he had a decent game but he was guilty of arguing with the defence just after the first goal and they still hadn't sorted that out when the horrible bastards were coming forward again. He definitely had a hand in that second goal.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Tyrant on April 17, 2017, 09:33:11 AM
Jack is his own worst enemy. Certainly a terrific player when is head is right but often it is not. Too often he shirks responsibility but as he matures I think he'll only get better mentally. A Ryan Jack firing on all cylinders is a valuable asset to us. 
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: tlg1903 on April 17, 2017, 05:06:57 PM
Jack is his own worst enemy. Certainly a terrific player when is head is right but often it is not. Too often he shirks responsibility but as he matures I think he'll only get better mentally. A Ryan Jack firing on all cylinders is a valuable asset to us.

Agreed
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Mentorred on April 29, 2017, 01:35:20 AM
http://www.massivereport.com/2017/4/28/15479664/report-columbus-crew-sc-are-close-to-signing-aberdeens-ryan-jack-mls-2017
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Madbadteacher on April 29, 2017, 01:46:51 AM
Goodbye career if he goes to the MLS
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: manc_don on April 29, 2017, 07:37:05 AM
That would be a ridiculous move for him. I mean, why?
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: donsdaft on April 29, 2017, 07:43:52 AM
Maybe he wants to be closer to Homer Simpson.

Will Trump let him in though?


I thought he was against Mexicans, Muslims and folk fae Tillydrone.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Edinburghdon on April 29, 2017, 09:32:36 AM
Would be a dreadful move for him, reckon it's the championship or no move if he's got any sense.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: RicoS321 on April 29, 2017, 09:37:55 AM
Maybe he and his family fancy a change in lifestyle. Or he could go to some English shitehole and play in the Championship. Good on him for considering something different (if it's nae a heap of pish of course).
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: A96red on April 29, 2017, 11:27:21 AM
A nice wee short term jolly for him and his family before going to the Huns
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: tamzarian on April 29, 2017, 11:48:10 AM
Maybe he and his family fancy a change in lifestyle. Or he could go to some English shitehole and play in the Championship. Good on him for considering something different (if it's nae a heap of pish of course).

Agree with this.  Most British footballers who go overseas to play for a bit end up as better players for the experience.

Frothing "eh?! Why would he do that?  He could be playing in the Championship" -type reactions remind me of John Hartson slating Oliver Burke for going to Germany when he could be playing for "the likes of Sunderland or Watford in the English Premier". 

Good luck to the kid. 
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: BobbyBiscuit on April 29, 2017, 12:57:10 PM
Would be a dreadful move for him, reckon it's the championship or no move if he's got any sense.

The Championship would be a good move for him financially, an awful move for his style of play.  Not a lot of football played in that division and he'd find the ball whizz past him in most matches.  The continent would be better for his style, but money talks and all that.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Mentorred on April 29, 2017, 01:33:11 PM
Money!!! And the chance of possibly meeting me at a game 😂😂
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: LA-Don on April 29, 2017, 01:34:51 PM
Well, if MLS is the move it's a higher standard of play, he'll get more money, US is a cheaper lifestyle, plus a better climate. He'll fall of the face of the earth for Scotland inclusion so not much different from Aberdeen really.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: 100% Anti Kingsford on April 29, 2017, 01:35:49 PM
Great move if true.  Great lifestyle, good facilities and fantastic cities.  You are also playing against good players.

The Championship and League 1 in England you can become lost - its so easy to go down their and be forgotten and get loaned out to League 1, League 2 club as stakes are so high.

USA offers a lot if you are successful. 

So, to be honest its a risk wherever he goes.

Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: manc_don on April 29, 2017, 08:29:48 PM
So, to be honest its a risk wherever he goes.

I definitely agree with this bit. He's comfortable in the SPFL even though he's not really set the Heather alight. I can see the non footballing benefits of playing in the US, but as far as his career goes, seems a bit of a waste at his age (no offence mentor as I know you're a crew fan).
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: A llad insane on April 29, 2017, 09:10:47 PM
Ryan will be easily replaced, indeed i think he has been.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Mentorred on May 01, 2017, 04:06:41 PM
Great move if true.  Great lifestyle, good facilities and fantastic cities.  You are also playing against good players.

The Championship and League 1 in England you can become lost - its so easy to go down their and be forgotten and get loaned out to League 1, League 2 club as stakes are so high.

USA offers a lot if you are successful. 

So, to be honest its a risk wherever he goes.

Very Different to Scottish game. Fly to every game, Playing in different time zones, some extreme weather conditions, playing at altitude in some cities. Can be away from home for a week if they have a game on the West Coast during the week then another West Coast game at the weekend. A Number of teams have artificial grass fields. If he comes here thinking it is easy money then he is set up to fail .

I remember talking to Jamie Smith when he played for Colorado and he said you don't get to see much of the cities, Mostly see Airports and Hotels. Most MLS stadiums are on the outskirts of the City.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: donsdaft on May 01, 2017, 04:19:37 PM
Jamie Smith probably saw mostly the treatment table
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Mentorred on May 01, 2017, 05:49:05 PM
Jamie Smith probably saw mostly the treatment table

 :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: manc_don on May 01, 2017, 09:45:23 PM
Anyone else seen the alleged tweet from the sevco twitter handle that was subsequently deleted? I really hope it's not true.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Ten Caat on May 01, 2017, 10:16:08 PM
Theres a screenshot of the tweet on sevco media "transfer rumours" thread. Orcs calling it out as fake
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Ten Caat on May 15, 2017, 11:17:31 PM
King Kirk ( Sevco media's resident version of Comical Ali) announcing that Jack has signed a 3 year deal with der hun.

Ordinarily i would now be spewing up my dinner but this is the roaster who assured the orc hordes 2 years ago that there was no way on earth that Scott Allan would sign for anyone other than the WATP tribute act. Oh dear Kirk old bean...that went well. He also assured his neanderthal band of hunter/gatherers back in January that Aberdeen's bottle would crash and sevco would finish comfortably in second place in the league. (Step away from the entrance to Ladbrokes Kirk).....

Calling it out as shyte yet again
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: manc_don on May 16, 2017, 09:26:31 AM
King Kirk ( Sevco media's resident version of Comical Ali) announcing that Jack has signed a 3 year deal with der hun.

Ordinarily i would now be spewing up my dinner but this is the roaster who assured the orc hordes 2 years ago that there was no way on earth that Scott Allan would sign for anyone other than the WATP tribute act. Oh dear Kirk old bean...that went well. He also assured his neanderthal band of hunter/gatherers back in January that Aberdeen's bottle would crash and sevco would finish comfortably in second place in the league. (Step away from the entrance to Ladbrokes Kirk).....

Calling it out as shyte yet again

Plenty of gossip surrounding it and that portuguese fud has been quoted as being interested.  It wouldn't surprise me in the slightest.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: BigAl on May 16, 2017, 09:39:53 AM
Plenty of gossip surrounding it and that portuguese fud has been quoted as being interested.  It wouldn't surprise me in the slightest.

Got to say I agree with that.
Wouldn't be at all surprised if there was mileage in this

Would make for an interesting return to Pittodrie next season if it was true
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: CvB on May 16, 2017, 10:05:41 AM
Wow....all of the reemergence of the Jacko to the hun rumor hitting the press right before we play them. Got to just love a coincidence eh?

I hope McInnes goes fucking rogue in his presser and calls the hun, the portugeezer and the media out as shit stirring pricks.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Nips_and_Tatties on May 16, 2017, 10:29:01 AM
Aye bunch of wankers.

Arent we about to buy kenny miller tbough.

 :rofl:
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: RicoS321 on May 16, 2017, 10:51:24 AM
Aye, would have held more sway if the last Jack rumours hadn't appeared just before our previous game against them. They might have picked a player who wisnae injured mind you if they were attempting to put us off.

Hypothetically though, if it were to be announced before the cup final that Jack was joining der Hun next season, would anyone still want to see him on the pitch in the final?
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Rosscodisco72 on May 16, 2017, 10:57:13 AM
Aye, would have held more sway if the last Jack rumours hadn't appeared just before our previous game against them. They might have picked a player who wisnae injured mind you if they were attempting to put us off.

Hypothetically though, if it were to be announced before the cup final that Jack was joining der Hun next season, would anyone still want to see him on the pitch in the final?

Absolutely not.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: donsdaft on May 16, 2017, 11:06:37 AM
Under no circumstances whatsoever.
I'd rather take the field with 10 men.



Do you reckon he's really injured?
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Tyrant on May 16, 2017, 11:09:33 AM
Under no circumstances whatsoever.
I'd rather take the field with 10 men.



Do you reckon he's really injured?

Not now.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Nips_and_Tatties on May 16, 2017, 11:10:19 AM
Aye, would have held more sway if the last Jack rumours hadn't appeared just before our previous game against them. They might have picked a player who wisnae injured mind you if they were attempting to put us off.

Hypothetically though, if it were to be announced before the cup final that Jack was joining der Hun next season, would anyone still want to see him on the pitch in the final?

I've not wanted to see him on the pitch for about 2 years now.

:)
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: CvB on May 16, 2017, 11:10:33 AM
Aye, would have held more sway if the last Jack rumours hadn't appeared just before our previous game against them. They might have picked a player who wisnae injured mind you if they were attempting to put us off.

Hypothetically though, if it were to be announced before the cup final that Jack was joining der Hun next season, would anyone still want to see him on the pitch in the final?

Not a chance. His mere presence and the ensuing shitstorm from the crowd would put the rest of the team off. If that's where he is off to then I hope his locker is already empty and his access pass revoked.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: RicoS321 on May 16, 2017, 11:18:06 AM
I think I'd struggle to enter the ground if he was announced in the starting line up under those circumstances. I'd seriously consider not renewing my season ticket also.

But at the same time, I wouldn't want my hypothetical scenario to foster (excuse the pun) any ill will toward our captain and faithful servant based on innuendo from the weegie press.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: 100% Anti Kingsford on May 16, 2017, 12:23:45 PM
Not playing in the final and neither is Pawlett. 
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: KennyFuckinPowers on May 16, 2017, 02:34:54 PM
I think it would be a lot easier if Jack himself, or the club, just confirmed what we already know, in that he won't be renewing his contract.

We've already announced Greg Tansey signing, so don't see why it should matter to us or Jack, if we do the same.

He could easily say he's not staying, but either genuinely hasn't decided where he's going or just announce he's going to the Huns. I genuinely couldn't care less if that is where he goes. He's not a captain, and he's only really bothered to turn up more recently. I have no doubt he's a steady, decent SPFL midfielder, when you consider what else is out there, but he's not a patch on the Severin's, Nicholson's, Heikkinen's etc.... Plus, as I've alluded too, we already replaced him months ago, with Tansey, who's probably more of a goal threat, better passer and generally a better player, although he lacks the same bite that Jack brings.

I don't really feel we are weakened when Jack goes, plus it'll mean Shinnie will be the permanent captain and alongside Tansey, it's pretty much as you were, if not slightly more creative. 
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: CvB on May 16, 2017, 02:48:41 PM
Not quite the fuck off I was hoping for, but not too bad a response

"McInnes said: "I find it strange that the Rangers manager feels the need to talk about other clubs so much.

"His job as Rangers manager is to finish above Celtic. He shouldn't be talking about our players but each to their own."
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: KennyFuckinPowers on May 16, 2017, 02:52:46 PM
Not quite the fuck off I was hoping for, but not too bad a response

"McInnes said: "I find it strange that the Rangers manager feels the need to talk about other clubs so much.

"His job as Rangers manager is to finish above Celtic. He shouldn't be talking about our players but each to their own."

It'll be all handshakes and laughs tomorrow night, guarantee it.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Ten Caat on May 16, 2017, 02:57:29 PM
Boy on the Hat saying Jacks missus has been telling her workmates that they are moving to Glasgow.

If this is true I'd be putting him in against Thistle at the weekend and tell him to say farewell to the fans. And then tell Consi to "accidentally" fly right into him when we are defending a corner or set piece and flatten the fucker. I'm sure his dodgy shoulder will be fine....

And on no account would I even want him in the stand watching the cup final far less taking any active part. He knows the score of what signing for der Hun means to us..
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: OxfordDon on May 16, 2017, 03:09:28 PM
Innocent until proven guilty.

Jack has been a good player for us, no need to start badmouthing him just because of some unsubstantiated shite-stirring by the Sevco manager.

Of course, if he does actually sign for Sevco, fire in by all means.  ;D
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Ten Caat on May 16, 2017, 03:59:09 PM
Sevconian on hun media now saying he will have news on Jack signing for them tomorrow  quote " straight from the horse's mouth" unquote....
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: manc_don on May 16, 2017, 04:30:10 PM
Sevconian on hun media now saying he will have news on Jack signing for them tomorrow  quote " straight from the horse's mouth" unquote....

I've read Friday...we'll see I guess. IF it's true, he shouldn't be surprised by what will follow.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: KennyFuckinPowers on May 16, 2017, 04:43:24 PM
It'll be all handshakes and laughs tomorrow night, guarantee it.

After having watched the conference on BBC Sport there, I fully retract this, McInnes actually seems extremely riled. So much so, I envisage a Lennon vs McCoist type dugout scuffle  :laughing:
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Slim on May 16, 2017, 04:53:49 PM
Interesting that the story on the BBC site makes it sound like McInnes is having an unprovoked rant at Rangers.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: CtS on May 16, 2017, 05:34:44 PM
Seems a pity he'd sully his reputation with dons fans by signing for them, I'm sure a man of his calibre could have found a similar payday elsewhere.

Talented boy, composed, plays with his head up and does the simple stuff well. However I wouldn't fear playing against a Rangers team with Jack at the heart of it, and if that's the level of their ambition we've nothing to worry about for the foreseeable future.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: rocket_scientist on May 16, 2017, 06:01:45 PM
Seems a pity he'd sully his reputation with dons fans by signing for them, I'm sure a man of his calibre could have found a similar payday elsewhere.

Talented boy, composed, plays with his head up and does the simple stuff well. However I wouldn't fear playing against a Rangers team with Jack at the heart of it, and if that's the level of their ambition we've nothing to worry about for the foreseeable future.

Great post loon. He was an average servant in an average team, one that was never going to win fuck all, especially under the muppets of managers we've had the whole time he's been at AFC. He can fuck off. Mr nothing is how I'll remember him. Hope the huns give him a gig. Just proves how inept they are if they do. The boy's a total fud.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Gervaise_Brookhampster on May 16, 2017, 06:21:52 PM
He'd be a fool to go there, he knows what we think of mutant fc,  but stranger things have happened, If he does go to them I hope it goes the same way as it did with Foster.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Ten Caat on May 16, 2017, 08:49:34 PM
He'd be a fool to go there, he knows what we think of mutant fc,  but stranger things have happened, If he does go to them I hope it goes the same way as it did with Foster.

I certainly dont. That chunt returned from Mordor with a league winners medal in his hipper..... I want sevco to remain on 0 championships for all eternity ( or at least till they go bust)
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Gervaise_Brookhampster on May 16, 2017, 08:56:14 PM
I certainly dont. That chunt returned from Mordor with a league winners medal in his hipper..... I want sevco to remain on 0 championships for all eternity ( or at least till they go bust)

Ah good point, don't want that happening! what I meant was ending up being despised by the Orc support. :thumbsup:
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: scotfree on May 17, 2017, 12:56:01 AM
No need to get on Jack's back. Aye, if he signs for the Huns, that's a different matter. But, he's an Aberdeen player right now.

Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Nips_and_Tatties on May 17, 2017, 07:25:03 AM
Not quite the fuck off I was hoping for, but not too bad a response

"McInnes said: "I find it strange that the Rangers manager feels the need to talk about other clubs so much.

"His job as Rangers manager is to finish above Celtic. He shouldn't be talking about our players but each to their own."

His reply was perfect.

Good on ya DM.

Also takin the piss out of Pedro by saying that any premiership manager would've finished in 2nd spot given the budget the Huns have.

Brilliant.

 :rofl:
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: CvB on May 18, 2017, 05:59:10 PM
I notice a couple of the more shit stirring "news sites" are claiming this evening that the huns have made an official approach and that Jack has turned down Columbus Crew and Barnsley.

If...and obviously it's still a big if, he did go...what do you think Shinnie would do to the little turncoat prick when we play then next season..
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: KennyFuckinPowers on May 18, 2017, 06:48:48 PM
Barnsley just announced the lad Mallan from St.Mirren, or that happened a while back, not really sure to be honest, but not so sure they were in for Jack.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: manc_don on May 18, 2017, 06:57:46 PM
I notice a couple of the more shit stirring "news sites" are claiming this evening that the huns have made an official approach and that Jack has turned down Columbus Crew and Barnsley.

If...and obviously it's still a big if, he did go...what do you think Shinnie would do to the little turncoat prick when we play then next season..

If, as we all suspect he is, a spineless bastard, I fully expect Shinnie to break him. Jack would piss himself with fear.

Obviously if he stays, happy days  ;)
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: RicoS321 on May 18, 2017, 07:20:33 PM
If, as we all suspect he is, a spineless bastard

I dinna suspect that. I don't have a clue. I think it's very unlikely that he'll go there, but that's opinion based on nothing.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Slim on May 18, 2017, 07:54:22 PM
They'd be signing our 3rd best central midfielder (after Shinnie and McLean).

I'm not going to lose any sleep over it.

Having said that, I'd rather we got McLean tied up to a long term contract before the new season kicks off considering we paid a hefty (for us) sum for him.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: OxfordDon on May 18, 2017, 09:03:25 PM
The Sevco - Dons match has passed, is this even still a rumour anymore?
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Edinburghdon on May 18, 2017, 09:43:02 PM
If, as we all suspect he is, a spineless bastard, I fully expect Shinnie to break him. Jack would piss himself with fear.

Obviously if he stays, happy days  ;)

Suspect it's all nonsense and really hope it is. Saying that fuck setting shinnie on him if it is true, let O'Connor loose on him  ;)
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: 100% Anti Kingsford on May 18, 2017, 09:46:39 PM
Jack has never been much of a leader.  He should never have been appointed Captain in the first place.  Never a captain, no stature in middle, no leadership traits.  I see him pointing and finger jabbing his teammates a lot after goals against.

Only now in Shinnie have the club got a true superb leader to replace Russ Anderson.

A lot of folk forgetting that Jack can treble his money or more at Rangers and gets European football also plus a 3 year contract.   
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Tyrant on May 19, 2017, 10:50:28 AM
Jack has never been much of a leader.  He should never have been appointed Captain in the first place.  Never a captain, no stature in middle, no leadership traits.  I see him pointing and finger jabbing his teammates a lot after goals against.

Only now in Shinnie have the club got a true superb leader to replace Russ Anderson.

A lot of folk forgetting that Jack can treble his money or more at Rangers and gets European football also plus a 3 year contract.

Who's forgetting that?  ???
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Stewart on May 19, 2017, 01:11:28 PM
McInnes has confirmed in his press conference that Jack is leaving but there's been no approach from anyone.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Tyrant on May 19, 2017, 01:21:57 PM
Who will ensure that the door doesn't hit his arse on his way out?
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Nips_and_Tatties on May 19, 2017, 01:28:32 PM
I never really rated Jack.

Always thought he was a waste of a place. Its in abmad many times from me.

But while he is an aberdeen player and even if he leaves for another club, i wish him well.

If he signs for the huns, ill be a bit disappointed but hes really no loss in the teams performance respect.

I wont be bitter either.

We have rebuilding to do and thwts far more important.

Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: manc_don on May 19, 2017, 01:34:16 PM
Conditionally wish him well.  He goes to the blue shite, fuck him and his career.  I liked Jack, but he isn't and never was, captain material, not saying that's his fault though.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Garlogie_Granite on May 19, 2017, 01:34:24 PM
Now in the Pish & Jobies, definitely leaving

https://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/fp/sport/football/aberdeen-fc/1248227/ryan-jack-tells-aberdeen-leaving-club/
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: BobbyBiscuit on May 19, 2017, 01:48:46 PM
Now in the Pish & Jobies, definitely leaving

https://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/fp/sport/football/aberdeen-fc/1248227/ryan-jack-tells-aberdeen-leaving-club/

Starts on Sunday.  Likely to be in for the final then, you'd have to imagine.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Stewart on May 19, 2017, 01:50:46 PM
Starts on Sunday.  Likely to be in for the final then, you'd have to imagine.

The way I read it was that he was meaning Ryan Christie will start on Sunday.

There was another tweet saying Pawlett and Jack will travel but still have work to do.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: BigAl on May 19, 2017, 01:54:43 PM
Starts on Sunday.  Likely to be in for the final then, you'd have to imagine.

He can fuck right off as far as final is concerned in my opinion.
Shinnie ten times the captain that Jack ever was or ever will be.
Personally wouldn't let him even near the squad
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Garlogie_Granite on May 19, 2017, 01:57:59 PM
Starts on Sunday.  Likely to be in for the final then, you'd have to imagine.
..which I have to say is disappointing :(
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: BobbyBiscuit on May 19, 2017, 01:59:39 PM
The way I read it was that he was meaning Ryan Christie will start on Sunday.

There was another tweet saying Pawlett and Jack will travel but still have work to do.

Quote
The Dons skipper has also been linked with a move to MLS side Columbus Crew but according to McInnes, no official approach has been made.

Speaking at a press conference this afternoon, the McInnes said: “Ryan has informed me in the past couple of days he’s leaving but there’s been no official approach from anyone.”

He added:”Ryan has been fantastic since he came here, he’s a fantastic boy, I’ve enjoyed working with him and he starts on Sunday [against Partick Thistle].”

The midfielder is free to speak to clubs with his contract set to expire at the end of the current season.


That does read as though it's Christie he's talking about, but the P&J have their Ryans mixed up!
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: KennyFuckinPowers on May 19, 2017, 02:00:18 PM
For me, it's the sensible thing to do, confirm that he's leaving that is.

I now eagerly anticipate his destination, as it was only a week or 2 ago that McInnes had Jack's assurances that his likely destination would be England & he had no intention of going to Rangers.

A massive kick in the stones to the club as a whole if he does go there, as obviously he's made himself out to be a lying little cretin. But we shall see.

Said on another thread a few days ago, Tansey may lack the bite that Jack brings, but he's a better footballer overall and I doubt we will really miss him. Of course, if he does go to England, or even America, best of luck to him.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: OxfordDon on May 19, 2017, 02:06:11 PM
Conditionally wish him well.  He goes to the blue shite, fuck him and his career.  I liked Jack, but he isn't and never was, captain material, not saying that's his fault though.

Pretty much this.   

We gave him the captaincy to retain him last time round, it didn't work, and i suspect we didn't make anywhere near as strong an offer to keep him this time round given we now have Shinnie (captain in waiting) and McLean. 

Certainly a distinct lack of "we want to build a team around him" chat from Deek this time, and i'm guessing Jack is injured for the rest of the season hence why the decision has been reached early - good for both us and him to conclude quickly.

If he does choose to go to Petulant Pedro, he knows how that would be viewed by Dons fans, so how Jack responds to Sevco will be a fairly good indicator of his level of respect for a club that he has spent his entire career at.

As i said before, innocent until proven guilty, so let's just see.

Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: BobbyBiscuit on May 19, 2017, 02:07:42 PM

Said on another thread a few days ago, Tansey may lack the bite that Jack brings, but he's a better footballer overall and I doubt we will really miss him. Of course, if he does go to England, or even America, best of luck to him.

Wouldn't ever have associated "bite" with Ryan Jack, so if Tansey doesn't have Jack's bite he must be a pussy.

Him and McLean can compare their nails and eyebrow treatment in the dressing room.  ;)
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: KennyFuckinPowers on May 19, 2017, 02:12:12 PM
Wouldn't ever have associated "bite" with Ryan Jack, so if Tansey doesn't have Jack's bite he must be a pussy.

Him and McLean can compare their nails and eyebrow treatment in the dressing room.  ;)

I don't really remember Jack shirking tackles and he never shyed away from getting in opposition players faces whenever a scuffle broke out, he did have a bit of a nasty streak about him, just nowhere near enough.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: BobbyBiscuit on May 19, 2017, 02:15:31 PM
I don't really remember Jack shirking tackles and he never shyed away from getting in opposition players faces whenever a scuffle broke out, he did have a bit of a nasty streak about him, just nowhere near enough.

He's not going to shirk the tackles the way McLean has, but he's hardly Neale Cooper.  Going in for tackles is the bare minimum I'd expect for any of our players never mind a centre midfielder.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: KennyFuckinPowers on May 19, 2017, 02:26:06 PM
He's not going to shirk the tackles the way McLean has, but he's hardly Neale Cooper.  Going in for tackles is the bare minimum I'd expect for any of our players never mind a centre midfielder.

I am agreeing with you Bobby, my main point is, Tansey isn't that type of midfielder. Overall, we won't miss Jack with McLean, Shinnie & now Tansey coming pre-season.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Garlogie_Granite on May 19, 2017, 03:01:07 PM
The way I read it was that he was meaning Ryan Christie will start on Sunday.
You're right on re-reading, clearly the reporter has got his "Ryan's" mixed up.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: 100% Anti Kingsford on May 19, 2017, 03:41:10 PM
Today I was informed Jack is wanted by Hibs, Hearts, Rangers and MK Dons.  Rangers have made approaches to his agent for discussions but things have been a PR up in the air for him given the impending Scottish Cup Final. 

Story is from his partner via another female.  Leaving Aberdeen for elsewhere.

No idea if he really is injured or its a smokescreen.

Overall its all a bit of a PR own goal for him as he is not going to be involved much for the final now so its a shame really or at least he shouldn't be in the final.  It all becomes a PR own goal for the club and McInnes if he leaves for rivals and gets to play in the final especially after being 'injured'. 

Its glaringly obvious who the captain should be next week.

Eric Black told Ferguson a few weeks before 1986 final he wanted to leave and was told not to come back to the club as team needed to focus on the final v Hearts.

I would say next week is crucial - crucial team focuses and everyone knows who is doing what for next week.  As far as I am aware Ryan Christie shakes hands and says goodbye on Sunday after Thistle.  McInnes should say to Jack no problem where you are going but stay away until after the SCF.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: tlg1903 on May 19, 2017, 05:50:03 PM
One thing I do like about Tansey is his acumen with shooting from distance.  He's more often on than not getting them on target and he's always looking to have a ping.  I would be willing to wager he get's at least 5 shot's from outside the box next season. 

Re Jack I wouldn't be surprised in the slightest if he ended up at MK Dons with Pawlett. 
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: 100% Anti Kingsford on May 19, 2017, 06:20:13 PM
At MK Dons or Rangers he can get x4 times the wages he gets at Aberdeen on a 3 year contract.  Not sure this is one offer at Hearts/Hibs.   

Its money really - not the level of wages on offer at Aberdeen.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: OxfordDon on May 19, 2017, 06:48:48 PM
At MK Dons or Rangers he can get x4 times the wages he gets at Aberdeen on a 3 year contract.  Not sure this is one offer at Hearts/Hibs.   

Its money really - not the level of wages on offer at Aberdeen.

MK Dons are almost identical in size (although obviously not quality  ;) ) to us.  For 2015/16:

Their wage bill = £8million, ours = $7million.
Their revenue = £12million, ours = £13.5million
Their average attendance = 13K, ours = 13K
Their debt = £8million, our debt =  ;D

And that was when they were in the Championship, they have dropped to L1 now.

Sources:
MK Dons (http://www.gazettelive.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/staggering-wage-spending-power-debt-12877242)
Real Dons (http://www.afc.co.uk/news/8717.php#.WR8t3ty1u00)
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: 100% Anti Kingsford on May 19, 2017, 09:30:48 PM
I would imagine MK Dons want him that isn't to say he will sign for him.  I have spoken to someone today who is friends with his wife/partner.  He is off out of Aberdeen as he can get more money elsewhere and has clubs wanting to sign him.  He would easily get £8K a week at Rangers they have got 41,000 season ticket holders.

No of us know what MK Dons are offering players but I'd not be the slightest bit surprised if he gets a bit more from that sort of club due to money on offer down south.

To be quite frank and brutally honest he has never been much of a captain.  Why this player got the armband is a mystery.  A neat tidy player but he has no leadership whatsoever.   Shinnie is simply captain material.

Its not a case of good riddence but its is very much a case of so what?  And, if the height of Rangers ambition to overtake Celtic is players like Ryan Jack then we have nothing to worry about.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: donsdaft on May 19, 2017, 10:09:13 PM
What the fuck has money to do with moving to the Hun?

Fuck all Huns
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: 100% Anti Kingsford on May 19, 2017, 10:23:19 PM
No idea why some Dons fans are getting knickers in a twist over Ryan Jack leaving - no matter whom he signs for.  He is out of contract, player free to go wherever he wants, sign for whoever he wants and play for whoever he wants.  Could not give a flying hoot if he signs for Rangers.

To be brutally honest Jack was never much of a player. Much of a muchness player who is neat and tidy but has no leadership qualities and should never have been captain of Aberdeen not in a million years. 

He should not get anywhere near the Scottish cup final team. In 7 years playing for Aberdeen he has never been a fans favourite, never heard his name being chanted on mass by Dons fans and is easily replaced. 
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Peterheid Loon on May 19, 2017, 11:16:40 PM
At MK Dons or Rangers he can get x4 times the wages he gets at Aberdeen on a 3 year contract.  Not sure this is one offer at Hearts/Hibs.   

Its money really - not the level of wages on offer at Aberdeen.

Absolute bollocks! Seriously what planet are you on? Are you some sort of sad sack bored and comes on to forums making out you are "the man in the know" because what you have said is utter pish about MK Dons.

They are a kick in the arse off what top level Aberdeen players would get paid and your second post after this says "none of us knows what MK Dons are offering players"

Erm, make your mind up is it x4 what he gets at Aberdeen as you have said or is it the none of us knows post which you also said? Fuck me are you bipolar?
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Ten Caat on May 19, 2017, 11:21:06 PM
Perfectly understand that wages on offer down south are far in excess of what we can offer. Even at league 1 level. Wages on offer at sevco also likely to be twice what we can offer.

Footballers career is short. Career ending injuries happen fairly frequently too. So no one could blame Jack for chasing as much cash as possible while he can.

European football, chance of the odd cup win at sevco versus a midweek game on a rainy February night in some shithole like Fleetwood or Peterborough in front of 4000 fans. No brainer really.

But that cunt knows what it means to each and every one of us. So if he goes there he goes with my wishes of a career ending injury. ( He would get a decent insurance payout and Sevco have to pick up the wages on whatever is left on his contract.....everyone wins except der Hun ).
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: 100% Anti Kingsford on May 19, 2017, 11:42:38 PM
Absolute bollocks! Seriously what planet are you on? Are you some sort of sad sack bored and comes on to forums making out you are "the man in the know" because what you have said is utter pish about MK Dons.

They are a kick in the arse off what top level Aberdeen players would get paid and your second post after this says "none of us knows what MK Dons are offering players"

Erm, make your mind up is it x4 what he gets at Aberdeen as you have said or is it the none of us knows post which you also said? Fuck me are you bipolar?

How is it going in Peterhead.  Has the Blue toon moved into the 21st century yet?

Last time I was there I stayed 10 minutes - thank god.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Nips_and_Tatties on May 20, 2017, 12:13:25 AM
Absolute bollocks! Seriously what planet are you on? Are you some sort of sad sack bored and comes on to forums making out you are "the man in the know" because what you have said is utter pish about MK Dons.

They are a kick in the arse off what top level Aberdeen players would get paid and your second post after this says "none of us knows what MK Dons are offering players"

Erm, make your mind up is it x4 what he gets at Aberdeen as you have said or is it the none of us knows post which you also said? Fuck me are you bipolar?

Right...in the slammer for a night young man.

You need cooling off time.

 :P :P
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: CtS on May 20, 2017, 02:56:19 AM
plagiarism

noun

the practice of taking someone else's work or ideas (in this case, posts and opinions) and passing them off as one's own.

Does donstalk still have an 'ignore' feature? The last two pages of this thread are fucking horrific..... ::)
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: manc_don on May 20, 2017, 08:44:21 AM
Agreed, turning into a car crash.

I'm sure we can all agree no one blames him for chasing the cash, it's his life and career. There are some places you just don't go from one club to another though . I hope for his sake he knows better.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Obanred on May 20, 2017, 12:08:04 PM
He has said he is leaving. Put him on gardening leave.

Keep him.as far away from the squad as possible.

And certainly no where near the cup final.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: A llad insane on May 20, 2017, 05:14:05 PM
Will be hard seeing him in a sevco top i must admit, looks like he is chasing the £££££ by moving there.
Will stop short of wishing him good luck though if he, as looks likely is going there.  Ryan is a decent player make no mistake , but you know what he's nae that good & i.m.o is easily replaceable, in fact, Tansey may well be a superior player certainly not as negative & shouldnt slow the game down as much as Ryan.
               Should he play in final next weekend, no i dont think he should, regardless of whether he is fit or not. :wave:
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: donsdaft on May 21, 2017, 09:48:24 AM
Supposed to be having a fitness test at the hunnery, I hope he fails it.

Rot in hell you Hun bastard
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Nips_and_Tatties on May 21, 2017, 09:54:13 AM
I cant hate the guy.

More nothing him .

He was the invisible man in our team at least 80 times

:)


Abmad will be ragin. He had lots of love there.

Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: CvB on May 21, 2017, 10:13:49 AM
I do genuinely wish a durrant type injury on the turncoat little bastard if he goes to them. Preferably preseason.
May nothing but physical and psychological hurt haunt your every waking hour.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: baggy89 on May 21, 2017, 10:52:43 AM
If the paper talk is right it shows his and The Rangers level of ambition.
Easily replaced.
Thick as fuck if he hasn't considered that he won't be able to live in Aberdeen again. Should have taken the Yank offer. He will end up hiding over there like that wank Robertson after his dalliance with the previous incarnation.
Regardless of anyone's opinion of his abilities as a player, as an Aberdeen loon, he should know the bad feeling of moving to a team playing at Ibrox in blue, so as has been already said (if true) heres to a Stephen Wright-esque Hun career...   
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: TheDeeDon on May 21, 2017, 10:56:34 AM
I honestly thought it was just shit stirring all the talk of him moving to the hun, but looks like it is happening.  :(

As a nation we will never progress unless our players learn that moving to either of the cheeks is not a step up in football terms, financially yes, but their careers should be about more than money, if they are good enough the money should take care of itself anyway.

Unless their is a dramatic shift in his playing style I can see him ending up as liked at Ibrox as Ricky Fester, now that would be funny.

Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Nips_and_Tatties on May 21, 2017, 11:01:48 AM
If the paper talk is right it shows his and The Rangers level of ambition.
Easily replaced.
Thick as fuck if he hasn't considered that he won't be able to live in Aberdeen again. Should have taken the Yank offer. He will end up hiding over there like that wank Robertson after his dalliance with the previous incarnation.
Regardless of anyone's opinion of his abilities as a player, as an Aberdeen loon, he should know the bad feeling of moving to a team playing at Ibrox in blue, so as has been already said (if true) heres to a Stephen Wright-esque Hun career...

He's mental for not going to America IMO.

Reportedly £10,000/week and all the benefits of not being next to miserable Scottish cunts.

Nuts
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: bearsdenred on May 21, 2017, 11:32:13 AM
if this is a go, then every tie we have with this scum must be severed now. NO access to the club, get him to pack his bags and fuck off.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Obanred on May 21, 2017, 11:56:56 AM
Fuck him. Give him some slagging at Fir Hill today.

Hun Cunt
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: 100% Anti Kingsford on May 21, 2017, 11:57:35 AM
Regardless of whom he signs for should not be anywhere near cup final squad.

Turning into a PR disaster.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: OxfordDon on May 21, 2017, 12:04:06 PM
I do genuinely wish a durrant type injury on the turncoat little bastard if he goes to them. Preferably preseason.
May nothing but physical and psychological hurt haunt your every waking hour.

That's a fecking embarrassment of a post min, gie herself a shake.

This whole thread has turned into hysterical nonsense, Huns must be wetting themselves over some of the reactions on here.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: CvB on May 21, 2017, 12:18:27 PM
That's a fecking embarrassment of a post min, gie herself a shake.

This whole thread has turned into hysterical nonsense, Huns must be wetting themselves over some of the reactions on here.

Not at all, the only embarrassment is the sanitised pish that folk spout these days. You may well want to pat him on the back and wish him the best, but, if that's where he ends up then to me that's quite unforgivable. I'm a person that holds a fucking grudge...

Same attitude I had when Robertson and Wright went there and Snelders after that.
You could almost forgive Theo, he wasn't brought up to understand and realise the distaste and hatred towards those fuckers, but anyone with any sense of dignity would at least go and fuck off somewhere else for a season first.
Kind of like dumping your wife and then shacking up with her sister...you just don't.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Ten Caat on May 21, 2017, 12:24:32 PM
That's a fecking embarrassment of a post min, gie herself a shake.

This whole thread has turned into hysterical nonsense, Huns must be wetting themselves over some of the reactions on here.

Sorry OD I'm with CvB on this one.

Would be epic if he signed a 3 year contract with them on 8-10k/week and he was crocked for the majority of it. Fuck Jack and fuck Sevco.

And fuck having him within a 5 mile radius of Hampden next week. He can watch the game in the Louden Hun Pub with his new neanderthal fans ( rancid cunts will be supporting us. Bit like having Jimmy Savile as your childminder)

Stand free
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: KennyFuckinPowers on May 21, 2017, 12:40:14 PM
Derek McInnes says Ryan Jack assures him he's agreed nothing with anyone but admits only a couple of people know the 'real truth'.

Al Lamont just put that tweet on Twitter ( Obviously )

Surely McInnes knows? Or is Jack too feart to tell him. Fuck knows
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: bearsdenred on May 21, 2017, 12:42:34 PM
Derek McInnes says Ryan Jack assures him he's agreed nothing with anyone but admits only a couple of people know the 'real truth'.

Al Lamont just put that tweet on Twitter ( Obviously )

Surely McInnes knows? Or is Jack too feart to tell him. Fuck knows

http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/rangers-set-sign-aberdeen-skipper-10462973

This guy should not be anywhere NEAR the final.

Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: baggy89 on May 21, 2017, 06:13:50 PM
Twitter is hilarious. Sevco fans claiming he's a world beater and we have been clamouring for a Scotland  call up for him for years. If it happens, their disappointment next season when they realise they signed the least inspiring of our midfield three will be a delight.  Even more hilarious is their claims he supported them as a boy. Can just imagine the conversation at his school, "who do you support Ryan?"
Wee Ryan Jack "you won't have heard of them yet because they won't be formed until 2012 but they're the greatest  team ever, they're going to win the Petrofac Training Cup and ahthing ".
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: BobbyBiscuit on May 21, 2017, 07:55:50 PM
Considine captaining the team in the second half today spoke volumes.

But I see no reason DM would give him 45 today if Jack wasn't going to play a part next week, which is really disappointing.

The attitude of the other subs to him today - McGinn and Shinnie in particular - said a lot. They had a laugh as they didn't want to walk out beside him as the subs came out.  Jack looked stoney faced and stared ahead the whole walk up the side of the pitch.

He's a wee rat bastard and he's played McInnes like a fiddle.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Peterheid Loon on May 21, 2017, 08:11:13 PM
http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/rangers-set-sign-aberdeen-skipper-10462973

This guy should not be anywhere NEAR the final.

It's already done and dusted, if it wasn't for the cup final it would have been announced by now. They won't get Paterson he's going to the English Championship.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: hebrew on May 21, 2017, 09:26:50 PM
McInnes has a massive decision to make re Jack and the cup final - absolutely cannot be in the right frame of mind and we need a totally united support at Hampden, canny be booing one of our players when we need to be focusing on the team and 100% encouraging them.

So fuck him and don't have anywhere near the cup final

I hope he has left our club in the next couple of days

Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: CtS on May 21, 2017, 09:53:17 PM
I would never wish injury on him or anything like that, he probably feels a move to them will get him a Scotland cap - and you know what, he's probably right. It's pathetic.

I don't think our chances of winning next Saturday are particularly enhanced by his presence, so if I was DM I'd be tempted to leave him out, or leave him on the bench. If we do win, I don't want to see him lifting the cup.

Can anyone refresh my memory.....Last time we won the Scottish cup, was that not Charlie Nicholas's last game for us? And was his return to Celtic not common knowledge before that game?  :dunno:
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: 100% Anti Kingsford on May 21, 2017, 10:26:57 PM
I dont think the manager could have been any more transparent if he tried post match:

"Ask everyone to enjoy the week, and support the team.  Lets concentrate on what is important".

Same petty stuff went on when Ryan Christie joined, same knee-jerk reactions.  Its a PR disaster for Ryan Jack but its not important really.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Ten Caat on May 21, 2017, 10:31:16 PM
Was indeed Charlie's last game for us. And yes his return to the Dhims had been announced a few weeks earlier.

And he stuck away the penalty with aplomb.

Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: hebrew on May 21, 2017, 10:55:11 PM
I dont think the manager could have been any more transparent if he tried post match:

"Ask everyone to enjoy the week, and support the team.  Lets concentrate on what is important".

Same petty stuff went on when Ryan Christie joined, same knee-jerk reactions.  Its a PR disaster for Ryan Jack but its not important really.

It's hardly the same thing tho. I'm pretty sure if our captain had announced he was signing for Dundee Utd we would all have wished him & his career well.

Talking to a Celtic fan tonight and he agrees the timing is a disgrace and I believe as supporters we are allowed to feel concerned re our team's prep for one of the biggest games we have played in recent seasons
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: OxfordDon on May 21, 2017, 11:17:32 PM
Jack hasn't announced anything other than he is leaving.

The papers are the ones claiming to be in the know - hardly surprising as they make money off spreading rumours.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: CvB on May 22, 2017, 06:01:09 AM
Jack hasn't announced anything other than he is leaving.

The papers are the ones claiming to be in the know - hardly surprising as they make money off spreading rumours.

That's true, but the silence from Jack is deafening. He knows what the papers say and he also knows what the fans will think, yet still he's keeping quiet.
That says it all.

What we want is transparency, not this circus that has started around one players defection. A circus that comes right before the Scottish Cup Final. If he wants to keep everything a secret then go and do it in a beach resort somewhere and keep the fuck away from the real football shit because the last thing we need as a club is the distraction.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: BobbyBiscuit on May 22, 2017, 09:05:35 AM
He also deleted his Twitter account on Saturday.  That points to one thing.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: manc_don on May 22, 2017, 09:29:29 AM
He also deleted his Twitter account on Saturday.  That points to one thing.

Ha ha as spineless as his captaincy. Cretin.

You make a move like that, have the balls to stand up for it. I really hope he gets what he deserves.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: 100% Anti Kingsford on May 22, 2017, 11:54:57 AM
Would not be slightest bit surprised to see Ryan Jack leading team out with armband on come Saturday 3pm.

If its a disastrous result its meltdown on here and twitter.

Couldn't care less who he signs for, but shouldn't start cup final and somebody asked about transparency. Certainly a lot of bullshit going on as supposedly he had a groin tear and operation only for him to look pretty fit to me v Thistle. Very very quick recovery.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Tyrant on May 22, 2017, 11:55:58 AM
Would not be slightest bit surprised to see Ryan Jack leading team out with armband on come Saturday 3pm.

If its a disastrous result its meltdown on here and twitter.

And no one would be tugging over it more than you!
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: BobbyBiscuit on May 22, 2017, 11:56:36 AM
Would not be slightest bit surprised to see Ryan Jack leading team out with armband on come Saturday 3pm.

If its a disastrous result its meltdown on here and twitter.

what makes you think he'd have the armband on for the cup final when he didn't get it yesterday?
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: KennyFuckinPowers on May 22, 2017, 12:43:53 PM
I remember when the rumour surfaced months ago, the Zombie horde were beeling, he's pish, he's no even their best player etc...

Now the likelihood is he'll go there, he's now a captain in the making for them, better than their entire central midfield, a pure minted Scottish prospect ( He's 25, hardly a prospect as such ) the list is endless, they really are the gift that keeps on giving.

I can't wait til they spend around 2-3 million in total and the promise of the 10+ million to spend comment gets completely ignored, happy clapping cockwombles.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: CtS on May 22, 2017, 01:24:26 PM
The manager has put a lot of faith in Jack, persuaded him to stay when we could have made a healthy profit from him leaving, made him captain despite the concerns of the fans, and even now he's speaking up about concentrating on (and enjoying the build up to) a huge game next weekend, rather than thinking about individual players. He's still protecting Jack and the best interests of AFC, saying the right things and oozing class as always.

Now it seems Ryan Jack will repay that loyalty and faith by signing for our bitterest rivals, and giving Mcinnes a horrible situation to deal with prior to our biggest game in years.

Jack can go to the Huns, that's his choice, but there should have been no discussions with them and no rumours about it coming out until AFTER the cup final. He's let Aberdeen fc, McInnes, and the fans down really badly.  >:D
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: gosgka on May 22, 2017, 01:30:36 PM
what happens if he plays in finale and Scott Brown breaks his leg with one of his ooops he didn't mean it tackles will he still be Zombie bound ?     p.s. first ever post so be nice
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Nips_and_Tatties on May 22, 2017, 01:34:59 PM
what happens if he plays in finale and Scott Brown breaks his leg with one of his ooops he didn't mean it tackles will he still be Zombie bound ?     p.s. first ever post so be nice

Ur not gogs from abmad who was there years ago are you?

Welcome.

Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Tyrant on May 22, 2017, 01:47:35 PM
Ur not gogs from abmad who was there years ago are you?

Welcome.


If he is he's spelled "Gogs" wrong.  ;)
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: manc_don on May 22, 2017, 02:00:52 PM
what happens if he plays in finale and Scott Brown breaks his leg with one of his ooops he didn't mean it tackles will he still be Zombie bound ?     p.s. first ever post so be nice

Welcome aboard!  :thumbsup:

If that were to happen, wouldn't be our problem  ;D
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: LA-Don on May 22, 2017, 07:48:56 PM
While I'm not a Jack fan, has he confirmed he's joining Rangers or is it still all rumours? He's getting dogs abuse for something that may not happen.....
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: tom_widdows on May 22, 2017, 07:59:34 PM
what happens if he plays in finale and Scott Brown breaks his leg with one of his ooops he didn't mean it tackles will he still be Zombie bound ?     p.s. first ever post so be nice

One of the downsides of the Bosman system (player wise) happens.
Then its a case of seeing if your loyalty to your current (or one of your past Clubs) holds any sway.

Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Elgindon on May 22, 2017, 08:00:33 PM
Ur not gogs from abmad who was there years ago are you?

Welcome.

 theres a chap called gogsred already on here,think he may be an Abmad refugee


 Some people suggesting Jack to the Hun is a done deal,but the speculation may be benefitting his agent in still trying to secure a deal,not necessarily with Rangers, hence the non confirmation...
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: InversneckieDob on May 22, 2017, 08:09:55 PM
Was indeed Charlie's last game for us. And yes his return to the Dhims had been announced a few weeks earlier.

And he stuck away the penalty with aplomb.

Charlie was a born and bred Weegie who was raselickbyrawaybutbigman from his Mother's milk.

Ryan Jack is a local loon and our club captain.
If he goes to Sevco there is no ill too extreme for what I would wish on him.

It needs to be clarified publicly now and Del needs to name hs cup final side accordingly.
If Jack is going to Sevco he should not be in the same postcode as Hampden on Saturday.

If he's not going to Sevco, say so now and let us get on with the build up.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: A llad insane on May 22, 2017, 08:50:16 PM
A few ex AbMadders on here, myself included  :thumbsup: :wave:
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: gogsred on May 22, 2017, 10:26:33 PM
theres a chap called gogsred already on here,think he may be an Abmad refugee


 Some people suggesting Jack to the Hun is a done deal,but the speculation may be benefitting his agent in still trying to secure a deal,not necessarily with Rangers, hence the non confirmation...

No Elgindon isn't me. I was on Abmad - still lurk there. 

On this topic maybe Ryan Jack isn't going to the Huns. We shall no doubt find out next week.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Ten Caat on May 23, 2017, 01:52:02 AM
Hes going to der hun make no mistake. Wanted to go to Championship but expected offers didnt materialise. Agent had been hoorin him to sevco in January but the Magic Twat wasnt interested.

Agent went back to them in April, Portugueezer liked what he saw and deal was agreed over 2 weeks ago. Will sign early next week. McInnes knows exactly whats happening. Wants him in the team for Saturday. Jack has agreed to keep stum till after the final.

Id rather he wasnt in the team. All our trophy winning teams from the past gain legendary status. His status will be forever soured should he be part of a winning side on Saturday especially if he is allowed to be captain ( i dont think McInnes will be so stupid).

If he had taken the American offer for a season then joined sevco I dont think many of us would have been so objectionable to it. Going direct is the problem that will ruin his reputation forever.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Nips_and_Tatties on May 23, 2017, 03:17:07 AM
My reasons for him being excluded in the final are thus:


The team have actually outgrown HIM I think.

We don't need him and he's not good enough.

We play a very attacking style which doesn't suit his fucking boring side pass shite.

He's like one of them old Atari games where you can only go sideways and fire.

AtaRian Jack

Please DM don't play him in the final.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Reidzer 1314 on May 23, 2017, 08:53:14 AM
Jack shouldnt play in the final purely based on performance.

The team, in my opinion, are playing better without him just now.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: manc_don on May 23, 2017, 09:14:59 AM
Jack shouldnt play in the final purely based on performance.

The team, in my opinion, are playing better without him just now.

Pretty much how I feel, animosity aside, he's not adding value to the team right now.  We've seen some level of fight from the team without him.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: RicoS321 on May 23, 2017, 09:38:55 AM
Jack shouldnt play in the final purely based on performance.

The team, in my opinion, are playing better without him just now.

If Christie was available, I'd agree. However, as McLean will play further forward, a Shinnie and Jack midfield is the best option I think we've got. Obviously, if it is known that he is to join the hun, then Shinnie and O'Connor should be the preferred option.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: CtS on May 23, 2017, 09:57:39 AM
You've got to worry about his state of mind too, and as Hebrew said earlier hampden is not the place for a divided support - booing one of our own players. His inclusion will create negativity on a day when everyone (including the support) needs to be on top of their game.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: manc_don on May 23, 2017, 10:03:51 AM
You've got to worry about his state of mind too, and as Hebrew said earlier hampden is not the place for a divided support - booing one of our own players. His inclusion will create negativity on a day when everyone (including the support) needs to be on top of their game.

Genuinely think that was half the problem in the league cup final.  We were all negative because of the line up.  We need the team and the fans to believe from the outset. 
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Garlogie_Granite on May 23, 2017, 10:12:27 AM
While I'm not a Jack fan, has he confirmed he's joining Rangers or is it still all rumours? He's getting dogs abuse for something that may not happen.....
...he knows the feelings of the fans, especially after Sunday, easy to quash by simply saying he's not going there.

The fact he hasn't......

Hun bastard
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Nips_and_Tatties on May 23, 2017, 10:36:37 AM

He's still mental for not going to USA.

And should never get in the team for the final or the bench.


It's become subliminal to the players and fans of both supports and is now extremely detrimental to our efforts against what is already an almost impossible task ahead.

We have a good enough team without Christie or Jack who must all be at their best to beat Celtic.

A big ask but doable.

Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: CtS on May 23, 2017, 10:37:48 AM
Hun bastard

 :rofl: :thumbsup:
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Obanred on May 23, 2017, 12:12:56 PM
Ryhun Jack
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Nips_and_Tatties on May 23, 2017, 12:25:22 PM
Ryhun Jack

And so it begins

 :rofl:
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Reidzer 1314 on May 23, 2017, 01:06:59 PM
AFC have just tweeted that that Shinnie will be captain on Saturday.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Garlogie_Granite on May 23, 2017, 01:09:30 PM
AFC have just tweeted that that Shinnie will be captain on Saturday.
..awesome news

Will get the fans right up for it
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: OxfordDon on May 23, 2017, 01:33:27 PM
AFC have just tweeted that that Shinnie will be captain on Saturday.

Welcome to 2017 AFC - he's been captain for the last 6 months  ;D
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: manc_don on May 23, 2017, 01:34:34 PM
AFC have just tweeted that that Shinnie will be captain on Saturday.

Fantastic news and realistically, the captain we knew we should have had at the start of the season.  He's gonna make sure everyone is fired up for it.

:ultras: :ultras: :ultras:
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: donsdaft on May 23, 2017, 04:23:10 PM
Now just got to announce that the Hun has played his last game for the Dons and won't be at Hampden on Saturday.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: KennyFuckinPowers on May 23, 2017, 06:57:03 PM
I'll be very disappointed if O'Connor is dropped again, this time time for a turncoat, who has unsettled probably the fans the most, as the team don't look unsettled, just to bring Jack into the team. The guy has played absolutely fine and there is no reason to replace him with Jack, is there? Maybe some will argue that Jack is better etc.... Who knows

I just hope it's as you where really since Jacks " Injury "
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Stewart on May 23, 2017, 06:57:59 PM
I'll be very disappointed if O'Connor is dropped again, this time time for a turncoat, who has unsettled probably the fans the most, as the team don't look unsettled, just to bring Jack into the team. The guy has played absolutely fine and there is no reason to replace him with Jack, is there? Maybe some will argue that Jack is better etc.... Who knows

I just hope it's as you where really since Jacks " Injury "

I know it was under very different circumstances but didn't Jack return from injury at the 2014 LCF?
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: LA-Don on May 23, 2017, 06:59:23 PM
Honestly, is it worth playing an at best half match fit Jack? His head cannot be in the right place and he's not fully match fit to play the best team in the league. He'll probably get abuse from some sections of both sets of fans. I'd go with O'Connor, Shinnie, and McLean in the middle of midfield. Jack on the bench. Sad ending to his Aberdeen career, should never have come to this, and shouldn't have come out that he was leaving, should have done exactly what McGinn has done.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: tlg1903 on May 23, 2017, 09:30:29 PM
They only reason AOC shouldn't play in midfield is if he is replacing Taylor.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: donsdaft on May 23, 2017, 09:59:30 PM
No fuckin way he should be on the bench.

Fuck off to some orange pub " doon the water" with your weegie chums you turncoat bastard.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: RicoS321 on May 24, 2017, 09:36:52 AM
You'd think this would be a time when our esteemed supporters group DST would pitch in and ask for clarification from the club?

Maybe not, but I would like to have seen something. They don't have to be dicks, just say to the club that: they have concerns that many supporters will not give the team their full backing if one of the players is perceived to be joining der hun. As the issue has been made public, it cannot be ignored etc etc. Ryan has been a good servant etc and as an Aberdeen loon he should know the ill feeling that would be caused by moving to the scum. His career choices are, of course, entirely his own but out of respect for the fans and his teammates clarification of his intentions either way should be forthcoming due to the magnitude of the event.

I assume this type of situation is exactly that which DST was designed for? The difficult questions that represent fans concerns.

Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Sandaldinho on May 24, 2017, 12:07:50 PM
The club have confirmed he is leaving, nothing more for them to do.
He is free to sign for whoever he pleases and there is no proof he has told DM his intentions.
Personally think he was waiting for a big money move down south but it hasn't materialised, that'll be his agent spouting shite about him being better than he is.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: KennyFuckinPowers on May 24, 2017, 02:00:38 PM
The club have confirmed he is leaving, nothing more for them to do.
He is free to sign for whoever he pleases and there is no proof he has told DM his intentions.
Personally think he was waiting for a big money move down south but it hasn't materialised, that'll be his agent spouting shite about him being better than he is.

Technically there is proof that he's told McInnes where he's not going though? There is an interview from around 3-4 weeks ago in where the manager clearly says he's had assurances from Ryan that he hasn't and doesn't intend to speak to Rangers. McInnes then proceeded to say that he trusts Ryan. Would be a rather large kick in the bollocks if he does go there after that, no? 
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: dons8321 on May 24, 2017, 06:38:25 PM
Technically there is proof that he's told McInnes where he's not going though? There is an interview from around 3-4 weeks ago in where the manager clearly says he's had assurances from Ryan that he hasn't and doesn't intend to speak to Rangers. McInnes then proceeded to say that he trusts Ryan. Would be a rather large kick in the bollocks if he does go there after that, no?

Somebody posted this on ad-mad -

Friday 14 April
Derek McInnes press conference

"I spoke to Ryan this morning as I normally do at training. He gave me assurances that there has been no contact, that he doesn’t anticipate contact and that it's not something he’s interested in.

Ryan feels that he is really happy here. He hasn’t ruled out staying here and we’re all hoping that he will be here.

But if he does decide to move on his likely destination will be England. He sees that maybe being his next opportunity if he decides to leave Aberdeen.

"So there’s absolutely nothing in it and you have to question the reason for it, whether it’s to try and destabilise us or whatever.

"I have been assured by Ryan – and I trust Ryan – that he nor his agent have had any contact with Rangers."
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: LA-Don on May 24, 2017, 06:54:51 PM
So, has he been stripped of the captaincy for the cup final because he said that and is now going to the huns?
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Ten Caat on May 24, 2017, 07:39:56 PM
So, has he been stripped of the captaincy for the cup final because he said that and is now going to the huns?

Well its either that or he did a shite in Mcinnes' shoe
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: LA-Don on May 24, 2017, 08:25:59 PM
Probably the shit if I had to guess.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: manc_don on May 30, 2017, 08:22:06 AM
Retard reporting it's all but done.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: kevdon on June 01, 2017, 08:10:53 AM
Sky sports news saying that the rangers will sign ryan jack today
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: francis_begbie on June 01, 2017, 08:16:27 AM
Ach well. It's been going to happen for a while.

Just hope the guys who were announced as leaving yesterday are the last ones to leave this summer. Aye, wishful thinking.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Nips_and_Tatties on June 01, 2017, 09:05:00 AM
People change their minds but i have to say.


What a lying cunt .

And a pussy for not being honest in the 1st place.

If hed said months ago...." well its not something ive been looking at but i have to admit, if the right offer came along, id take it."

Id have a bit more respect for him.

 :-[
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: ayrshire_don74 on June 01, 2017, 09:08:09 AM
another massive error of judegment by mcinnes ? pretty evident to a lot of us jack was a divisive character compare him to shinnie.... night and day
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: manc_don on June 01, 2017, 09:20:40 AM
another massive error of judegment by mcinnes ? pretty evident to a lot of us jack was a divisive character compare him to shinnie.... night and day

I'd say so, but he also probably felt he'd earned the trust of his players.  Says more about Ryhun than anything else. Feeble and pathetic character.  Let the onslaught commence.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: BobbyBiscuit on June 01, 2017, 09:32:42 AM
Jack's agent had approached Warburton when he was at the huns but Warburton wasn't interested.  He then approached Caixinha when he took over and he was interested.

The little rat has been trying to engineer a move there for months but was telling McInnes it wasn't the huns he was going to.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: donsdaft on June 01, 2017, 09:39:56 AM
He's a Hun





No other comment needed.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: manc_don on June 01, 2017, 09:57:41 AM
Medical passed apparently.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: baggy89 on June 01, 2017, 09:57:55 AM
Caixinha is just a puppet. His media interviews are scripted, look at the amount of times he mentions "history", it's like a mantra.

The boy Mendes is the latest to be pilfering their "warchest", peddling duds and never were's.

The Jack signing is driven by their media department as they think it will unseat us from second.

As I posted earlier in this thread, it shows the level of ambition of both. Jack wants to play pretend, rather than actually test himself and improve as a player. The Sevco want to finish second above Aberdeen. None of Alves, Jack or Pena are going to have the sevco challenging the tims, it's all about trying to beat us, but the hun's lap it up because their signing foreigners and getting "one over" on us.

All I hope is their mates helping in Sunderland don't assist them in fucking us over by selling a load of bullshit to McInnes, hopefully he is bright enough to see the transparency of the situation. I'm sure I read that Moyes resigned as he wasn't getting any of the parachute payment. It's a situation worse than Bristol City, with a club and fan base with much higher expectations.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: CvB on June 01, 2017, 01:23:24 PM
I do genuinely wish a durrant type injury on the turncoat little bastard if when he goes to them. Preferably preseason.
May nothing but physical and psychological hurt haunt your every waking hour <edit> you fucking cunt <edit>

I would just like to update my personal feelings from earlier.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: manc_don on June 01, 2017, 02:09:55 PM
3 year deal. Hopefully someone breaks him quickly  :thumbsup:
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: rocket_scientist on June 01, 2017, 02:11:55 PM
I hope he plays every game. Cos he's shit.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Garlogie_Granite on June 01, 2017, 02:15:53 PM
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Gervaise_Brookhampster on June 01, 2017, 02:22:46 PM
Haha some of the tweets are hysterical, they think they have signed some sort of Iniesta  :laughing:
Some classic comments including  "Announce shinnie tae."
Mind you at least they are getting in quick and signing players (god knows where the moneys coming from)  As usual we shut up shop and fuck off on holidays for the next month.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: baggy89 on June 01, 2017, 02:25:29 PM
Spending it before the Taxman comes calling for it...
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: RicoS321 on June 01, 2017, 02:58:15 PM
What a hun cunt. Be interesting to hear his actual reasoning for this move, beyond the "he knows what it means to play for Rangers" bullshit. Weird one like. Just can't see the benefit to his career and life. I hope he doesn't get injured. I hope he experiences a drop in form and sits on their bench for the next 3 years, whilst we tear him to shreds in any game he plays against us.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: BigAl on June 01, 2017, 03:19:02 PM
What a hun cunt. Be interesting to hear his actual reasoning for this move, beyond the "he knows what it means to play for Rangers" bullshit. Weird one like. Just can't see the benefit to his career and life. I hope he doesn't get injured. I hope he experiences a drop in form and sits on their bench for the next 3 years, whilst we tear him to shreds in any game he plays against us.

Just back from day on hrbea h to this.
Agree with every word of Rico's post.
Got to say that Jack and his agent comeput of this as complete and utter cunts.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: donsdaft on June 01, 2017, 03:26:27 PM
Best scenario of course is that they go bust in the summer.

I'd accept a serious injury for the total tosser though.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: BigAl on June 01, 2017, 03:38:19 PM
Just back from day on hrbea h to this.
Agree with every word of Rico's post.
Got to say that Jack and his agent comeput of this as complete and utter cunts.

Given the spelling in my above post it is fairly obvious to all that large amounts of alcohol have also been involved in my day
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: manc_don on June 01, 2017, 03:42:34 PM
Given the spelling in my above post it is fairly obvious to all that large amounts of alcohol have also been involved in my day

Was gonna give you the benefit of the doubt, the older generation today eh ;)
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Ten Caat on June 01, 2017, 03:52:58 PM
Seeing as we had celtic early in season just finished I would reckon we will get der Hun at Iprix fairly early in the new season probably second or third game in. Odds on Stockley removing a few of the cunts teeth with an accidental flailing elbow?

Even better would be some no mark defender from FC Tonkatoy in Jibrovia doing the cunt's cruciate in during a 1st round EL qualifier and simultaneously pumping the tribute act over the 2 legs

Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Slim on June 01, 2017, 04:31:42 PM
I'd rather he stayed injury free and played every minute of every game as they once again finish in our shadow in every single competition they play in. That way he'll have no excuses to hide behind for being an ordinary component of an ordinary team and will be obvious to all why the big move to England that he was expecting never came close to happening.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Sandaldinho on June 01, 2017, 07:16:16 PM
Fuck it he's gone, don't really care anymore.
Never thought he was that good anyway, more concerned about Deek and Jonny...
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: TheDeeDon on June 01, 2017, 08:03:07 PM
Wow, he has actually gone and done it, what a moron. His quotes about them stick in my throat also, how can it be an honour and privilege  to play for a 5 year old club?

A fresh challenge Ryan is NOT moving to either half of the Old Firm, it is about moving to a new league and testing yourself in a different enviroment.

Fuck him and his new club.



Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: KennyFuckinPowers on June 01, 2017, 09:50:33 PM
Someone has strung us along, the club and supporters as a whole.

According to McInnes, Jack told him he hadn't, and doesn't intend or anticipate, to speak to them, the likelihood is he'll go to England.

Either Jack is a lying fucking reprobate, or McInnes was just trying to calm the storm before the Cup Final/Season Tickets renewal etc....

Either way, we have lost an average SPFL midfielder, gained one back ( Tansey ) and gained an actual captain in Shinnie.

Life goes on.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: dandy on June 01, 2017, 10:50:48 PM
It's done now. He's nothing now. Best to ignore the little cunt totally and stop mentioning the two faced snake.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Madbadteacher on June 02, 2017, 12:40:30 AM
Ryan fa? :wave:

I hope he's got his 3 years money upfront as he's nae likely to get much when they go bust again, paying silly wages they canna afford without "soft" loans which surely have to end sometime.
(BTW has UEFA financial fair play had a looksee at them yet?)
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: 100% Anti Kingsford on June 02, 2017, 01:09:11 AM
Ryan fa? :wave:

I hope he's got his 3 years money upfront as he's nae likely to get much when they go bust again, paying silly wages they canna afford without "soft" loans which surely have to end sometime.
(BTW has UEFA financial fair play had a looksee at them yet?)

Rangers got him for £0.

He is getting £6k a week from them trebling his Reds wage.  They have 42k season ticket holders - FOUR times more than us meaning they have bigger wage budget.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Madbadteacher on June 02, 2017, 01:58:23 AM
Rangers got him for £0.

He is getting £6k a week from them trebling his Reds wage.  They have 42k season ticket holders - FOUR times more than us meaning they have bigger wage budget.

Are you really a troll? You must be, no one can be that stupid?

Anyway, I'll bite, centy my loon/quine.

ETA: And at least I'm not up all night worrying about it on a football forum!

I know he cost 0 in transfer fees.
Led to believe it's 10K, even at 6K and with 42,000 foolish bigots paying up, they're massively overspending on players and the upkeep of yon hoose etc and survive on "top ups" every season, no a very financially stable model. Spending more than is coming in does not a viable business make.

ETA: And at least I'm not up all night worrying about it on a football forum!
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: 100% Anti Kingsford on June 02, 2017, 02:38:14 AM
Ryan Jack is a professional footballer, out of contract and free to work wherever he wants. Same as all other lads that left - Taylor, McGinn.

Why do you think McGinn is leaving? Money, much more of it on offer elsewhere.

Good luck to the Jack. He was never much of a captain, should never have been captain and has been replaced by a better player and replaced by a better captain.

As for usual rangers kerfuffle - could not care less who he plays for. losing sleep over it? No.

Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: rocket_scientist on June 02, 2017, 06:50:33 AM
Good points actually. Gives perspective. Who can blame him? We would have all done the same. The vitriol towards him and his new employers is as staggering as it is misguided.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: donsdaft on June 02, 2017, 07:04:23 AM
Bollocks

There is not enough money on the face of the planet to make me side with the Huns.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: rocket_scientist on June 02, 2017, 07:15:36 AM
Actually you're right. I couldn't have done it either. But you get my Montgomery Clift.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: CtS on June 02, 2017, 07:24:46 AM
I'm certain Jack could have got a salary like that elsewhere, either overseas or south of the border. Signing for those cunts was the easy option for both player and agent - very lazy, unambitious, and short sighted.

The guy's going to think he's Billy big balls now, and it'll be interesting to see how he copes with it all. Personally I think we'll see him warming their bench every week like so many other good young players who get tempted to the old firm.

Whatever happens, he can fuck off. No excuse for going there.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Leftside on June 02, 2017, 07:29:24 AM
Wishing you every single piece of bad luck going Ryan.
As these deluded bigots still think they should be watching the equivalent of Gascoigne and Laudrup, they are in for a bit of a disappointment with Jack.

Paraphrasing the article in todays Scotsman, he doesn't score, he doesn't tackle, he has almost no assists, he doesn't take free kicks or corners.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Andrew on June 02, 2017, 08:27:01 AM
I'm certain Jack could have got a salary like that elsewhere, either overseas or south of the border. Signing for those cunts was the easy option for both player and agent - very lazy, unambitious, and short sighted.

The guy's going to think he's Billy big balls now, and it'll be interesting to see how he copes with it all. Personally I think we'll see him warming their bench every week like so many other good young players who get tempted to the old firm.

Whatever happens, he can fuck off. No excuse for going there.

Surley at 25 you're no longer considered young! Been posting on here for almost ten years now.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: CvB on June 02, 2017, 08:42:41 AM
Good points actually. Gives perspective. Who can blame him? We would have all done the same. The vitriol towards him and his new employers is as staggering as it is misguided.

but the thing is, there's leaving and there's leaving. The public courting of him by SEVCO, almost trying to push him into saying where he was going. Somebody telling porkies, be it the club, the player or his agent...remember it wasn't so long ago we were assured that "Ryan has categorically denied he's going to rangers"

To top it all off, I see this morning he's bubbling in the paper that his "heart was broken when he was stripped of the captaincy" Oh give me a fucking break.

Vitriol towards him and his new employers...oh aye, there's plenty of that and there will always be. You know what, when the vitriol subsides, when we all start happily patting each other on the back and wishing each other good luck before a game on a Saturday then that's when the final nail gets driven into the coffin of football. Without the hate, without the rivalry, without the misguided passion towards your club to the detriment of all others then what's left? A sanitised shitty version of what I grew up with for sure. 
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: BobbyBiscuit on June 02, 2017, 09:22:22 AM
Ryan Jack is a professional footballer, out of contract and free to work wherever he wants. Same as all other lads that left - Taylor, McGinn.

Why do you think McGinn is leaving? Money, much more of it on offer elsewhere.

Good luck to the Jack. He was never much of a captain, should never have been captain and has been replaced by a better player and replaced by a better captain.

As for usual rangers kerfuffle - could not care less who he plays for. losing sleep over it? No.

Has anyone wondered why he's leaving? Is anyone not aware of the fact he'll get more money?

Good luck to him? Get fucked.

He's playing for our most hated rival, jumping ship from the club who gave him the chance in the game, who coached him from a kid through to captaining the club, and with that he still couldn't be honest with the club and the fans.

Even given your usual contrary position you've gone too far here. People understand he's getting more money, that doesn't mean we have to like his choice of club or respect the decision.  He has shown our club fuck all respect but you want to take some sort of misplaced moral high ground on this?  As I said, get fucked.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: BobbyBiscuit on June 02, 2017, 09:24:04 AM
but the thing is, there's leaving and there's leaving. The public courting of him by SEVCO, almost trying to push him into saying where he was going. Somebody telling porkies, be it the club, the player or his agent...remember it wasn't so long ago we were assured that "Ryan has categorically denied he's going to rangers"

To top it all off, I see this morning he's bubbling in the paper that his "heart was broken when he was stripped of the captaincy" Oh give me a fucking break.

Vitriol towards him and his new employers...oh aye, there's plenty of that and there will always be. You know what, when the vitriol subsides, when we all start happily patting each other on the back and wishing each other good luck before a game on a Saturday then that's when the final nail gets driven into the coffin of football. Without the hate, without the rivalry, without the misguided passion towards your club to the detriment of all others then what's left? A sanitised shitty version of what I grew up with for sure.

Spot on.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: OxfordDon on June 02, 2017, 10:38:30 AM

If he does choose to go to Petulant Pedro, he knows how that would be viewed by Dons fans, so how Jack responds to Sevco will be a fairly good indicator of his level of respect for a club that he has spent his entire career at.

As i said before, innocent until proven guilty, so let's just see.

Ach well, I gave him the benefit of the doubt.  Hun cunt  ;) . 

Can't say it's much of a loss to us really - he's already been replaced by Tansey, and now we have an actual captain in Shinnie. 

If that's the best that Sevco can manage in their "season ticket war chest" overhaul, then we can look forward to focussing on Celtic next season, rather than having to worry about what's behind us.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Tyrant on June 02, 2017, 10:41:56 AM
Whilst it stung to see Jack sign for them we all know he's not that big a loss from a playing perspective. He's not a player that I fear coming up against. Although that's not to say he could never come back to haunt us. I daresay he will eventually but they've signed our captain without actually weakening us. Especially with Tansey coming in.

He's a fucking creep. He'll fit right in down in Govan and he can get to fuck. He's a cunt. Then again I've been saying that for years.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: wi_09 on June 02, 2017, 10:44:36 AM
Has anyone wondered why he's leaving? Is anyone not aware of the fact he'll get more money?

Good luck to him? Get fucked.


Spot on Bobby - fuck him now!!

He grew up a Hun so is one of them and each week is now earning depending what you believe 3 or 5 times more than what he was on with us.

Normally, I understand people saying "oh he just doing what anyone else would do in that situation and is looking after his family, one injury can end his career blah blah blah".

But here it is the way he has treated the Club, McInnes and particularly the fans given he knows the level of ill feeling we have towards them. As has been said before there are things you just don't do in life and what is going to come his way should he play at Pittodrie will be rightly deserved.

The fact we are not bothered about losing his playing ability but more bothered about the way he has gone about things says it all.

For me, it almost feels like if he had the decency upfront to come out and say he was interested in joining them it would have been slightly less irritating. That way Deek could have kept him out for the Cup Final and his pish about being heart-broken at being stripped of the captaincy.

He would have done well to take a leaf out of McGinn & Taylor's book in how they have departed the club.

We move on now but it just feels that this Summer is going to be a huge rebuilding job for us, particularly should McInnes decide to move on too.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Nips_and_Tatties on June 02, 2017, 10:51:17 AM
[quote author=Leftside link=topic=19234.msg316759#msg316759 date=1496384964

Paraphrasing the article in todays Scotsman, he doesn't score, he doesn't tackle, he has almost no assists, he doesn't take free kicks or corners.
[/quote]

Absolutely.

So many fans stuck up for him all these years and considered him our best player. Baffling really.

How anyone can hang around in the central belt especially glezga when they have the opportunity to go to America and get plenty dosh and have a far superior standard of life is mind boggling.

Living in a bubble.

Idc where he goes.

If he was a great footballer and was going to be influential against us , I'd be bitter I guess.

Fact is his name will hardly be mentioned when we play against the Huns.





Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Nips_and_Tatties on June 02, 2017, 11:05:29 AM
"But obviously coming to a club like Rangers it’s always exciting and the European football is a massive appeal. That’s something I’m looking forward to, a European night at Ibrox."



Really???
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: MDred on June 02, 2017, 02:37:48 PM
"But obviously coming to a club like Rangers it’s always exciting and the European football is a massive appeal. That’s something I’m looking forward to, a European night at Ibrox."



Really???
Aye, really, the boy's a fud, he'll fit in well with the knuckledraggers.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: baggy89 on June 02, 2017, 03:09:07 PM
Should't this thread be in "Football Chat", "Off Topic" or better still a new purpose created section for this (and other) "Irrelevant Shite"?
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: tom_widdows on June 03, 2017, 05:29:47 PM
Wishing you every single piece of bad luck going Ryan.
As these deluded bigots still think they should be watching the equivalent of Gascoigne and Laudrup, they are in for a bit of a disappointment with Jack.

Paraphrasing the article in todays Scotsman, he doesn't score, he doesn't tackle, he has almost no assists, he doesn't take free kicks or corners.

Sportsound was on this afternoon ( ??? ) and essentially said the exact opposite to that.
Seemingly he is under-rated and exactly what Sevco require to protect their centre backs.

The only thing I can ever recall Jack doing is that long range goal against St Johnstone in a howling gale.
I know little about football but is he really the Scottish Claude Makelele Sportsound was trying to make him out to be?
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: baggy89 on June 03, 2017, 07:40:04 PM
Sportsound was on this afternoon ( ??? ) and essentially said the exact opposite to that.
Seemingly he is under-rated and exactly what Sevco require to protect their centre backs.

The only thing I can ever recall Jack doing is that long range goal against St Johnstone in a howling gale.
I know little about football but is he really the Scottish Claude Makelele Sportsound was trying to make him out to be?

No
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Madbadteacher on June 03, 2017, 11:33:52 PM
Please move this to the other football thread
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: donsdaft on August 12, 2017, 03:37:52 PM
 ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

Sent off
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: tamzarian on August 12, 2017, 03:38:23 PM
Ace.  Hope it costs them the game. 
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: BobbyBiscuit on August 12, 2017, 05:08:23 PM
The Red Final tweeted earlier that the rat has been sent off in every domestic match he's played at the Bronx in which the huns have been involved.  Hope it continues  ;D
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: BigAl on August 12, 2017, 05:35:32 PM
The Red Final tweeted earlier that the rat has been sent off in every domestic match he's played at the Bronx in which the huns have been involved.  Hope it continues  ;D

Thats some record

P.S

Fuck him
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: manc_don on August 12, 2017, 06:21:58 PM
Icing on the cake today  ;D

GIRFUY ryhun
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: bearsdenred on August 12, 2017, 07:09:58 PM
https://streamable.com/yxtpa

lol,  :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: BigAl on August 12, 2017, 07:16:51 PM
He he....funny as fuck

Serves the Hun cunt right

However bet it's appealed and overturned.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: LA-Don on August 14, 2017, 08:45:07 PM
How can you appeal a head butt? Tv shows that he did. Not sure he made contact or much at all but it's obvious. No way should this even be appealed, never mind overturned.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: tlg1903 on August 14, 2017, 08:52:00 PM
It looked like stokes made more of a forward motion than Jack did but regardless it's piss poor refereeing to be sending either of them off for that.  Well that's what I thought when I stopped laughing anyway, hun cunt.  If anyone should have been off it should have been Dorrans for his grab to the throat on Silvka after he was taken down by him.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: LA-Don on August 14, 2017, 09:39:49 PM
Pretty sure I saw an angle where Jack did headbutt, just couldn't tell if much/any contact occurred.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Ten Caat on August 14, 2017, 10:56:30 PM
Hun cunts have appealed. Looks like no actual contact occurred but intent is enough to warrant a straight red. Orc hordes are complaining that Stokes wasnt also red carded for his part in the incident. Probably a fair enough point.

Even funnier though is that if you watch the incident earlier where Stokes gets yellow carded it really should have been a straight red at that point for him so Stokes shouldn't even have been on the pitch to get involved with Jack anyway.

Fuck Ryhun and fuck sevco.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: donsdaft on August 15, 2017, 07:43:08 AM
Stokes is a headbanger and could have been sent off umpteen times.

Doesn't really come into the appeal though dies it.

Blatent attempt at a headbutt from the judas minker bastard.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Tyrant on August 15, 2017, 07:45:30 AM

[Blatent attempt at a headbutt from the judas minker bastard.

Correct. Which is why I'm absolutely convinced that this red card will be swiftly over-turned along with a grovelling apology.  :hammer:  >:(
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: donsdaft on August 15, 2017, 07:47:51 AM
They should really award Rangers the points as well.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: BigAl on August 15, 2017, 09:23:39 AM
They should really award Rangers the points as well.

 :cardred:

Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: donsdaft on August 15, 2017, 03:41:14 PM
I'm appealing that on grounds of sarcasm.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Tyrant on August 15, 2017, 03:51:45 PM
Denied.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: BigAl on August 15, 2017, 09:43:05 PM
Denied.

 :lolabove:
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: scotfree on August 16, 2017, 12:18:19 AM
Anyone know what the Dons players thought of this rat when he played for us? Was he liked, put up with, or disliked?
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: manc_don on August 16, 2017, 07:08:59 AM
I think he was well liked, certainly from other interviews it appeared that way.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: BobbyBiscuit on August 16, 2017, 08:56:24 AM
Anyone know what the Dons players thought of this rat when he played for us? Was he liked, put up with, or disliked?

Ask Shay Logan......

 ;)
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Nips_and_Tatties on August 16, 2017, 11:06:05 AM
Shame on u all for supporting him all these years.

U should've listened to MEEEEEEEEEeeeeeeeeeeee
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: donsdaft on August 17, 2017, 03:09:18 PM
Red card overturned.

It's ok to headbutt folk now, this should add to the entertainment value.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: manc_don on August 17, 2017, 03:28:42 PM
Red card overturned.

It's ok to headbutt folk now, this should add to the entertainment value.

Probably the least surprising thing ever. Surprise they didn't give the huns anything else on top, like a get out of jail free card or something.
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Madbadteacher on August 17, 2017, 05:01:19 PM
Have they no awarded them the 3 points as well?
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: Ten Caat on October 22, 2017, 05:23:36 PM
Hunjack getting absolutely slaughtered by Gordon Dalziel on the radio clyde phone in. GIRFUY :rofl: :rofl:
Title: Re: Ryan Jack
Post by: manc_don on October 23, 2017, 02:28:16 AM
Hunjack getting absolutely slaughtered by Gordon Dalziel on the radio clyde phone in. GIRFUY :rofl: :rofl:

Didnt take long for him to show his bottling capabilities  ;D