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26 Oct 2016 19:01:11
RANGERS: Foderingham; Hodson, Kiernan, Hill, Wallace; Halliday, Holt, Windass; O'Halloran, Garner, Forrester.

SUBS: Gilks, Tavernier, Crooks, Dodoo, Miller, Waghorn, McKay.

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26 Oct 2016 19:03:21
Well happy with that, maybe minus kiernan and i would definitely have Gilks as number 1 but otherwise very decent line up, got to get a good result tonight to go level with the sheep.

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26 Oct 2016 19:55:55
Interesting changes and what many fans have been asking for. Hope moh proves me wrong and garner steps up.

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26 Oct 2016 21:43:47
That's exactly why MOH does not play. He is bang ordinary. We must average about a goal a game and carry very little threat going forward. They are miles ahead, we knew that already and the rest, including us are much of a muchness i. e. piss poor!

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26 Oct 2016 21:48:58
Tavernier badly missed, no real attacking threat from Hodson and he was at fault for their goal. He should have been in rather than Wallace on the left with Tavernier able to pose a threat on the right. Still two points dropped although on that second half performance we were lucky to get a point! We are still a poor side and why on earth bring on McKay, he was worse than a man down!

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26 Oct 2016 22:06:10
You still well happy dazrfc ha ha.

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26 Oct 2016 22:10:05
Accordin to james sterlin and supercoopereleven rangers have improved and are doing well under thr unexperianced warburton lol improved my arse we are rank rotten fact tommy wright yet again tactically out classin warburton again it ibrox walkin away with a point i would take him anyday over warburton better man managment better experiance aswell he's certainly no sunday league manager or even city trader. I honestly can't believe what rangers have come rob kiernan? Again and again still playin with hill lmao pmsl okay i get the script mr warburton, feel like runnin kiernan out glasgow myself that way he's gone full stop the big creetin that he is, who else thinks halliday as defensive midfield is insane n doesn't make no sense as thts not his position mr warburtons great idea again tht one honestly bring bk barton or rossiter for tht role as its getting feckin embaressin now. Oh and bout time MOH got game and forrester aswell but still no sympathy for our managment shambles and diabolical YET again.

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27 Oct 2016 00:01:03
Barrymiddleton who said we've improved ya galloot! Try reading and understanding people's posts before coming on here spouting garbage which isn't the case! What i said was given time warburton will improve us! He has to be given the full season at the very least! As for you gharrower, what game were you watching tonight my friend? It sure as hell wasn't the same game as me. MOH was by far the best and most creative rangers player on the park tonight and everyone i was sitting beside in the copland rear thought èxactly the same!

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27 Oct 2016 00:01:03
Barrymiddleton who said we've improved ya galloot! Try reading and understanding people's posts before coming on here spouting garbage which isn't the case! What i said was given time warburton will improve us! He has to be given the full season at the very least! As for you gharrower, what game were you watching tonight my friend? It sure as hell wasn't the same game as me. MOH was by far the best and most creative rangers player on the park tonight and everyone i was sitting beside in the copland rear thought èxactly the same!

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26 Oct 2016 16:47:29
MoH will be off in January, either on loan or permanently. MW is a decent man but is being hamstrung by the board by being told who he can and can't play, as well as being given minimal financial backing ahead of the transfer window. Bleak times, wouldn't blame him if he walked.

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26 Oct 2016 19:15:37
But he starts tonight?

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26 Oct 2016 06:30:42
Read online that the reason harry forrester isn't involved with the squads right now is because of a fall out with MW and MOH and tav can't be in the same room as each other without arguing. any one else heard this or able to clarify or deny?

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26 Oct 2016 09:05:32
Maybe Forrester is too committed for Warburton who seems to like pansies like McKay that won't fight for the ball. As for MOH and Tav, if that is the case then there is only one winner and it is not MOH. So many questions which is worrying. Just a shame we don't have a proper captain and by all accounts, a manager that can bring the players together. We need things sorting and fast. I would much rather have Forrester in the team than McKay. At least Forrester looks the part for the top division in Scotland.

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26 Oct 2016 11:12:07
where did u hear this you slydog? please don't say my source told me lol.

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26 Oct 2016 11:43:26
I heard it was because Rangers would have to pay all his previous clubs £5m each, immediately on hitting a set number of appearances. I will never allow my source's identity to be revealed, please do not ask me to.

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26 Oct 2016 11:55:36
How can Rangers be liable to all his "previous" clubs? The contract for a player is between rangers and the club they bought the player from - not any previous club!

Rangers would never negotiate a contract where they have to pay £5m to each of his previous clubs for a player after a certain number of appearances! If that was the case, I would rather have paid £5m upfront and bought a much better player.

Cuillin72 - that is beyond ridiculous! Stop posting sh1te!

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26 Oct 2016 12:01:54
How would they need to pay all his previous clubs 5 mill if they sold him for a fraction of that, i smell bullshit.

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26 Oct 2016 12:48:11
hes been injured for the last while. groin issues nothing to do with a fall out or paying money.

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26 Oct 2016 12:49:51
Some people clearly don't understand sarcasm.

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26 Oct 2016 13:09:00
I think that's called sarcasm lol.

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26 Oct 2016 14:15:15
Holy shoot. I have just read some of the responses on here. I am sorry I posted it on here and not on the banter page. Give me strength, lol. Unbelievable Jeff.

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26 Oct 2016 01:29:24
Wee rumour from a sound source my friend is a regular golfer and was down in London at the weekend playing in a charity golf match stand up to cancer he was paired with Steve Gatting of Arsenal. Gatting told him that they where impressed with the treatment and development of Zelalem and are looking to loan the gers Christopher Willock promising winger and Krystian Bielik Centre half for 2 full seasons just passing on what I've been told.

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26 Oct 2016 09:07:36
Don't really see the point in bringing in untried youngsters from Arsenal or anywhere else. If we are to bring in loanees for two seasons then we should be looking at players that are already established, (Roberts at Celtic being a prime example) .

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26 Oct 2016 11:14:46
established players that are being sent out on loan generally mean their not good enough.

young players will be sent out on loan to establish themselves and i'd take the chance as if they come up and are good enough they will play up here.

plus the standard down south of the youth is far better than what we have up here.

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26 Oct 2016 21:45:30
Brilliant LOL.

Zelalem barely started a game!

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24 Oct 2016 01:11:34
it all boils down to the fact that the close season signings have for one reason or another have not settled and up till today the managers refusal to change his style of play and why does harry foster or m o halloran can't get a game its looking now s macoll would have been the better choice of manager more adaptable than warburton because i reckon warburton will walk before the season.

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24 Oct 2016 08:15:45
'not settling' is the least of our worries! The last 4 or 5 signings can't seem to play for more than 5 minutes without getting injured! and At least one of them is nuts! .
Not looking good unfortunately. Needs something to change, and I don't think MW can!

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24 Oct 2016 11:30:03
big calls coming up for warbs the captain needs to be dropped its sickens me a rangers captain can be bullied about a park so easily and barry mckay is miles away its no coincidence his best games this season have been in the cup games were we've played lower league opposition massive well done to lee hodson yesterday thought he was really solid but wouldn't be shocked if he's back on the bench wednesday night.

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24 Oct 2016 16:00:38
Celtic don't create as many chances against the rest of the spl so it's clear mw is lost. he doesn't have a clue and it's not working. miller off was bad decision and joe dodo is scared to compete. haliday and holt done well but they have too much to do so they can't support attacks as they are constantly backtracking. half the chances Celtic got were due to giving the ball away. Mckay is a disgrace to the jersey. There was no outball for rangers and as for garner. nuff said. Rangers are celtics easiest game of the season, why is that. go home mw.

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24 Oct 2016 16:15:02
Totally agree with you bil72. Hodson had a lot of fight and determination, also Gilks had a great game ( apart from a wee oopsy ) . Wallace and McKay probably won't be dropped and they know it. Are Ohalloran, Forester injured? Drop the old pals act Warburton!

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24 Oct 2016 22:06:34
Another area of concern is fitness and strength . They were way stronger than us- even after having a tough mid week game. They buy Dembele - instant return -we buy Garner- Stevie Wonder could see he is out of his depth.

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24 Oct 2016 22:11:07
Cant understand why moh can't get a game. or why forresters not even in squad. rossiter who was meant to be fit not in squad. Crooks and senderos never going to change a game as a sub. Rossiter niko crooks all injury prone. and surprise surprise 3 have suffered injuries in training.

Barton a reputation for causing trouble. and you know the rest. garner is a dud. Begin to wonder what the great Frank mcparland is doing. On the plus side Gilks and Hodson were outstanding yesterday as was Hill. just think we should av spent Garner fee and kranjcar wages on Jason Cummings.

He was in last year of contract and £1.5m would have done. we've nothing up front. millers getting older waghorn is getting fatter mackays confidence is shot and well. garner is pish.

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25 Oct 2016 00:27:16
Now i see were celtic fans were comin from when mowbray was there manager now i totally understand sooner warburtons gone the better an absolute clueless english man managin a huge club with traditions and history and treatin it like its or were some kind of english lower league when were world wide, his buys have been absolute diabolical on par with le guens buys n tht is no joke fist off all joe garner 28 1.8 million is this for real or what dembele 500k steal of the century were was our scouts? Exactly do we have any? Why did we not get cummings stewart hemmings or even adam rooney they all are better thn garner and would been cheaper fact on midfield why did we not go for kenny mclean ryan jack even hayes n mcginn instead of barton and krancjar or even hibs midfielder john mcginn crackin young player. We really have mucked up big time in the transfer market and warburton has to hold his hand up simple as tht no excuses anymore can us gers fans trust him in jan well i'm a big fat no on that, his tactics are slowly but surley makin gers fans not wantin to watch there team no more this 433 is just becomin a laughin stock yes if we had the xavis and iniestas of the World then maybe it would work. Team selection its enough to hit the jack daniels permanent seriously what does we mikey ohalloran have to do to get game? Do a barrie mckay and rob kiernan do some funny buisness in the managers office lol but i honestly think MW is out his depth big time he will keep playin same tactics n formation everyweek Yawn and he will keep PLAYING same players who don't deserve to even start or even be at our famous club. so us gers fans expect to be ridin the storm this season cause its going to be 1 hell off a ride.

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25 Oct 2016 09:04:07
Yous are all deluded and a disgrace to call urselves rangers fans.

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25 Oct 2016 10:48:21
lets be honest the game was a total shambles but to come on here and shout about the manager walking away is pathetic and a trate we normally see from the other side.

I like most hoped for the best this season but realistically we where never going to be near them and for me we should play all the players that played last season and drop the new boys until they actually improve the squad as we where a far better attacking team last year even against the spl oppisiotion.

I will however give the manager the rest of the year to work things out as I believe he can.

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25 Oct 2016 12:05:07
I totally am right behind our manager and i'm backing him and our team to the hilt at this moment in time. What manager is going to come in with no dough and do any better just now, nobody! Barrymiddleton you want rid of warbs, who do you want or reckon would be gettable to come in to be our new manager in the current situation the club is in? Name your new rangers manager and your reasons why he would do much better than warburton?

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25 Oct 2016 13:41:33
Calling barrymiddleton, where are you? let's be hearing you!

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25 Oct 2016 14:29:36
James stirling supercoopereleven i'm here derek mcinnes alex neil possibly tommy wright i can name few that are better his managmeant is bad he's pickin players tht aren't playin well and boys like moh have to suffer how can u say thts good its a joke simple as tht the formation isn't workin we 3 in midfield mind this is a city trader who only got brentford job 3 year ago.

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25 Oct 2016 15:46:46
Barrymiddleton, do me a favour mate, common tommy wright as manager of glasgow rangers? Don't think so. Now i'm not for a minute hear decrying wright who is a decent manager but not of the standard imo needed to be our manager. Tommy wright has done very well at St. J but with all due respect to them, they are a provincial football club, we are an institution with expectation levels like Barcelona or real madrid rightly or wrongly! Well a lot of impatient teddy bears think that anyway. Alex neil is a good manager with not a big budget like some other championship clubs and is good with youth just like our manager warburton, who imo is better than alex neil. so if your saying alex neil its similar to warbs anyway. Now onto delboy mciness, imo not good enough to manage glasgow rangers and was a massive failure in the english championship with bristol City and certainly not a better manager than warbs, so there you have it mate! If you had said get alex ferguson out of retirement then we're talking but i'm perfectly happy with our management team as to where we are at this particular time. Give him time to completely rebuild us and have a bit of patience and see it for what it is just now!

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25 Oct 2016 16:20:58
barry you are expecting too much from anyone in the short period of time warbs has been a manager in this devision.
I do agree with you that he needs to change things a bit but we can't be changing the manager that my friend is utter stupidity. mcinnes ill one day manage rangers and I think will be a good manager but not before warbs has a fair crack at it .
we have been improving this season and one game against (I hate to say) a better team does not change how we are progressing.

changing managers before they get a fair crack is a timmaloy trate and one I despise.

be patient my fellow bears and keep calm and follow follow as all will come good.

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25 Oct 2016 17:46:13
Well said james stirling, totally in sync with you mate, well nearly totally. Imo mate i don't rate delboy mciness that highly and honestly think if and when warbs moves on from us we should be targeting a far better candidate than delboy mciness, just my opinion mate!

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25 Oct 2016 18:45:21
James Stirling were not improving were getting worse, how can some of you say we're improving we clearly are not!

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25 Oct 2016 23:34:51
For the love off god no we are not improvin are u jokin play kiernan feckin murder causes half the goals lee wallace n barrie mckay absolute mince thn it gets even worse we play fat waghorn out wide right instead of MOH blisterin pace but hell yeah were improvin get real and get grip for godsakes, james sterlin supercoopereleven are yous for real MW is way out his depth he lacks the expierance just like ronny deila did for celtic we are a laughin stock now if i had my way i'd send out an SOS for big eck or walter smith to steady the ship or even go for tony pulis. Warburton isn't going to change simple as tht he will stick with the same dross everyweek includin 433 wich isn't workin so NO we have not improved and we are not ginna unless somethin changes sooner so let's be real here for christ sake.

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26 Oct 2016 08:51:01
Its you that has to get real barrymiddleton! Of course there have been mistakes and none of us bears are enjoying this, we're all hurting. We are in the full rebuilding process of an institution from top to bottom! At least have a little patience instead of trying to be a glory hunter mate because that's what your sounding like. Any bear with half a brain knew especially our first season back up, that it wasn't going to be easy. The time to assess how we've done, this our first season back up should be at the end of the season! Have at least a wee bit of patience and try getting behind glasgow rangers! We are where we are just now, unfortunately!

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26 Oct 2016 09:22:06
barrymiddleton, you defeat your own argument with the alternative managers suggested, not one of them is a manager that we should even entertain as an option in the event that Warburton was to leave. Celtic showed the way in appointing Rodgers and I doubt that they would have done that had we had any of those that you refer to or people like Billy Davis that should be no where near Ibrox.

In the event that Warburton did decide to call it a day we would have serious issues because no manager of quality, and here I am talking about managers that in the EPL or at clubs in the elite leagues of Europe, are going to come to a club where they have no money to spend and a lame duck chairman that does not have the wherewithal to deliver on promises.

Like any other Rangers supporter I do have concerns. I hear rumours of fall out between players, like Forrester with the manager, I see the poor way that the Barton fiasco was handled, I watch a team that are leaderless on the park, where we seriously need to address the situation and I watch week in week out where we play McKay who is either out of his league or has lost interest.

Yes we need to see change, Souness hit the nail on the head, we need investment and the acquisition of probably four quality players and in the interim we need to see the manager giving players like MOH and Forrester a run of games with McKay dropped. Indeed in January if we can get someone to pay good money for him then I would gladly see him transferred.

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26 Oct 2016 11:29:49
no one is happy with the way we started the season but the performances have been getting better barrymiddleton .

I for one will give sum1 a fair go at rebuilding a team rather than say get rid of him when he half way through that job. (because that is utter stupidity barry)

yes I agree McKay hasn't been on form all season and needs dropped but this knee jerk reaction to the celtic game and a few poor results is way over the top and quite frankly embarrassing.

if rangers are to get better then we neeed our fans support not shouting for change when simply put we couldn't get any better managers than warbs as no one of Rodgers calibre will look at us right now.

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23 Oct 2016 21:40:59
Hate to say this but I think its time for a change at management level, I know a lot of fans will disagree and up until a couple of weeks ago I would have disagreed but I genuinely think Warburton has taken us as far as his limited coaching experience can go.

Yes some of the players havnt performed and yes he hasn't had the funds to compete with Celtic but in those circumstances we should be looking for our manager to get the best out of the players he has at his disposal and I don't think he is.

He did what was required and got us out of championship and got the fans buzzing again after 4 nightmare years but he's not a top level manager, even in Scotland, and I hate to say it but Davie Weirs track record as a coach leaves a lot to be desired as well.

Who replaces him? No idea. The two obvious choices, Mcinnes and Davies, I wouldn't touch with a bargepole for various reasons. Would Alex Neal leave Norwich for the club he has supported all his life? Maybe.

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23 Oct 2016 22:03:28
Got to disagree, the club is being repaired, we are slowly returning to where we need to be. We are miles behind Celtic and anyone who thinks we are not is delusional. We would need to invest big money to catch them quickly. We don't have that so let's be patient a.

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23 Oct 2016 22:25:54
Have to agree mate i'm no longer wantin warburton there now he's just not upto it imo, would love alex neil or even experiance alan pardew or something how michael o halloran can't get game is beyond belief and rob keirnan n barrie mckay allways get game its just boring now same crap week in week out. Matt gilks out standin in goal but he will still get dropped we don't play our best players warburton plays his favourites FACT.

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24 Oct 2016 00:51:00
From 5-1 to 1-0 am not sure but i think that's a vast improvement.

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23 Oct 2016 23:55:59
@Dorchesterblue - I believe Alex Neil is a Celtic fan?
@barrymiddleon - It would be a big drop in wages for Pardew to head north.
Time for some of us to get realistic about where we as a club currently stand.

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24 Oct 2016 03:10:09
Biggee, an improvement in scoreline yes, but in performance? your joking if anything we were worse than at parked only poor finishing and a great performance from Gilks stopped it being an even bigger defeat than last time.

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24 Oct 2016 09:23:37
Dorchester Blue, norwich city manager alex neil is a celtic fan i'm led to believe! For the record i'm total in agreement with Dunbar Blue, i still back the rangers management team of wsrburton and weir. If any deluded rangers fan out there didn't think that this would take time as its clearly a wip project then they are VERY narrow minded imo. As for the record on who should replace warburton if something was unfortunate to happen to him as our manager then the only outstanding manager/ coach who i'd want as the rangers manager would be billy davies hands down, this tremendous coach gets bad publicity in things that ain't true, the facts are the wee man is NOT a yes man and that's why some owners and chairman of certain football clubs bad mouth him. His cv in the english championship is outstanding and has broken many manager records down there with his undoubted ability!

{Ed001's Note - Davies has a bad rep for things that are true, that is why no one involved in footie is employing him. You would have to be desperate to employ him.}

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24 Oct 2016 10:15:10
I keep hearing this ed and with all due respect from my contacts, one in particular that knows him very well the rumours/ stories are unfounded. Only stating what i regard as a very reliable source has told me. Isn't it funny how 2 sportswriters from the dr have stated as much that he's being bad mouthed unfairly and without substance! If there was anything the media would have been well on to this long ago!

{Ed001's Note - would they? The same way they were onto Giggs shagging his sister in law for so many years? Your 'contact' knows nothing if he truly thinks there is nothing in this.}

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24 Oct 2016 11:59:44
I'd rather have Billy Connolly than Billy Davies. Billy Davies was touted before and was sat behind me in the Thornton before we appointed W&W, but i really don't want him anywhere near us.

If we're going for anyone its McInnes, but that's just my opinion.

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24 Oct 2016 13:38:49
why not terry butcher lads?, done a great job with limited budget before.

{Ed039's Note - He has also been an absolute flop in some jobs as well. I do not agree with the assessment that Warburton must go)

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24 Oct 2016 14:50:32
He was sat behind you and what? What's your point super ally? Are any of you guys truly telling me that billy davies isn't a not good, terrific coach/ manager? For the record davies is streets ahead of the sheep's manager delboy mciness!, and i mean streets ahead, no contest on coaching ability! I think most knowledgeable proper football minded people would at the very least admit that!

{Ed039's Note - Billy Davies has a very problematic personality as well though, nobody likes a yes man but Billy Davies has a track record of falling out with chairmen at clubs he has been at)

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24 Oct 2016 15:39:24
My point is that he was fancied before and got rejected.

For me there's never been a time where i'd thought yeah i'd have him as our manager. He's been out of work for ages now and why? Well i think that answers itself.

McInnes would be a far better option, knows the league, knows the opposition, even knows the club inside out and the guys done a decent enough job at Aberdeen with little to no budget at all. i'm not saying he should be the front runner but he's probably as good as we can get or afford at the moment.

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24 Oct 2016 16:04:05
Davies has a shady past aswell for all to see.

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24 Oct 2016 16:36:41
Super ally, we didn't reject davies it was him who turned down the chance to work for us as he had no trust in the way the club he loved was being run. So there you have it my friend and that was before warburton was appointed!

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24 Oct 2016 17:02:34
Yeah fire the manage who's just installed his system across the whole club and give him a massive payout - that'll get us back on track, huh? Seriously, some of you guys don't have a f****** clue and are frankly an embarrassment. Celtic have a 5 year head start - be realistic please. You shouldn't be allowed on the internet without supervision. Call yourselves Rangers fans? SHAMEFUL.

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24 Oct 2016 18:13:49
More contacts than specsavers you eh?

So is that why he was in the stands when McCall was the manager. The great Billy Davies knocked us back. Maybe you should start a new user names BillyDavies16 or even Heinz57 with the amount of nonsense you post here.

The club he loves haha, he's as shady as the Easdales. Davie Weir has more of a standing than Davies but he trusted the board to come on board didn't he?

I wouldn't get rid of W&W at all, everyone has to be patient but there's just a cull of fans who demand instant success.

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24 Oct 2016 21:51:20
Supercooper, you should ask Tommy Sheridan about the rumours surrounding Billy Davies. They are all true and then some. As for Alex Neal being a Celtic fan, i'm pretty sure he's a Bear but if i'm wrong I stand corrected. Would still take him in a heartbeat though no matter who he supports.

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24 Oct 2016 22:04:39
billy davis should never be rangers manager he comes with a mile of baggage in his private life and is far to abrasive in dealing with football matters he does not meaure up to the mark to be a manager at ibrox.

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24 Oct 2016 22:50:24
It wouldn't matter who we had as manager if the investment is not there to bring in quality. It is patently obvious that we took a risk on a number of players in the hope that we would get a bargain because King had failed to deliver the promised funding. Barton and Kranjcer were always going to be a risk and given Rossiter's injury problems he was always a risk signing despite the obvious potential. Add to that the fact that we are leaderless on the park and Warburton seems oblivious to the fact that McKay is not good enough for this league and I fear we will do well to finish in the top three.

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24 Oct 2016 23:31:10
Dorchester Blue, i don't need to ask tommy sheridan anything mate regarding billy davies. I've heard and know all the rumours. I agree it wouldn't matter who alex neil supported if he ever had the privilege of becoming our manager but trust me he's a celtic fan!

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24 Oct 2016 23:25:29
Souness hit the nail on the head! The fault lies with King. Anyone with eyes can see that McKay is not premier league class, they can see that Wallace is not Captain material and that the summer signings were generally risk signings, in the hope that they would work out, (and hopefully they will) .

We need a quality centre back, a quality left sided attacking midfield player and a proper striker to replace the raging Miller. That presupposes that Rossiter and Crooks will get match fit and avoid injuries so that there is support for Holt and Halliday.

Some of that promised #30m is needed and fast!

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25 Oct 2016 10:55:44
actually embarrassed to read all these comments about replacing warbs he tried something different and it didn't work and cup games are what they are and although it was terrible football form both sides I think to say replace the manager is harsh and not unlike what the selik fans would be saying and I will never stoop to the depths they do changing managers now would be pointless and we must give warbs the rest of the season at least.

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25 Oct 2016 22:59:27
James Stirling, as I said above, it wouldn't matter who we had a manager, even Alex Ferguson would struggle with the current squad. Too many of the players brought in were a risk as a result of a lack of investment. To putt it is a nutshell, we need about 20m, whether Warburton and his Scots are the right people to acquire the players needed is a separate issue.

If King can't deliver as was promised by him then he needs to step aside for someone that will put money into the club.

I do wonder whether there was more behind the Souness comment, especially if Kennedy has been buying up shares in the Club as has been rumoured.

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26 Oct 2016 13:03:50
lets all just take a step back and chill out the mans been in the job a year and a half and has so far in my eyes done a good job. let's be honest here bears. a top 4 finish this season would be terrific. we don't have the budget we once had and our youth set up is terrible warbs is re-building our club from the laces up which will take time. in a year and a half we have won a championship, got to 2 cup finals and a semi final. which is much much more than we had achieved in the previous 3 years. the teams we played against last season were below par and made us look good. we are in a league where teams are and have been getting stronger and are now sadly slightly ahead of us which we have to accept in terms of squads and playing. MW and DW will get us there and we will once again be the best footballing team in Scotland and have fantastic European nights at Ibrox like Barca, Inter Millan etc.

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26 Oct 2016 13:22:58
who would invest in us TOMUSA?
king has turned this club around and think he has our best intrests at hear otherwise we wouldn't be where we are at.

20million ;a) wouldn't guarantee a good team
b) would probs put us back into liquidation
c) no one has that money to invest in a team when there is no chance of a return.

simply put we cannot afford to live with celtic at the moment. until the fat rat is gone and the retail side of things change then we have no money we are running at a major loss because of this retail deal and king and co have done nothing but try to get out of it which the club desperately needs to do to survive.

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26 Oct 2016 13:53:14
James Stirling, if King didn't have the money or had no intention of putting it into the club then he should have kept his mouth shut rather than make promises that people can identify with. While I agree that getting rid of Ashley is important so too is having people at the Club that are willing to put money in to bring back the good days or at least give the manager a fighting chance.

A bit like Marlborough in the past, King has done his bit, now it is time for him to put his money where his mouth is or look for someone that can do this. Souness' statement was 100% accurate and as I have said, I do wonder whether he has potential investment lined up.

No one associated with the club likes playing second fiddle to Celtic and when a share issue comes about I am sure that there will be significant interest from the support based on what we can afford. That will vary by individual and most of us won't be expecting a dividend other than a better team on the park and a captain that is a leader. If Ashley is the prime reason for lack of investment then an alternative way to remove him from our club needs to be found and quick although I doubt that this is the case since investment can always be by way of secured loan stock that is convertible to ordinary shares at some future time. It does not even need to carry a ticket value!

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22 Oct 2016 18:05:08
Has anyone else heard that O'Halloran isn't getting game time due to the club having to cough up more cash if he plays another game?

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22 Oct 2016 19:10:29
He wasn't signed on the last board's watch. Surely the current big wigs would not have agreed to such a ridiculous clause. Extremely counter productive to say the least.

{Ed039's Note - I don't think that is the case at all)

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22 Oct 2016 23:06:33
Ed, if you don't mind me asking what is the case with moh NOT getting game time and a chance at ibrox when our management team were desparate to sign him in the first place? What's your own take on this topic regarding moh because most of us 'gers fans continually talk and wonder what the hell is going on regarding moh. He's got a lot of support from us 'gers fans who think he deserves a run in the team. What's the situ? Has he done something wrong, has he spat the dummy out with our management team due to lack of first team action, is he just not showing up well in training, is he just not suited to warburton's style of play, WHAT is the problem, we all want to know? What do you reckon ed? Its a total mystery to us fans, from a personal point of view i truly think moh deserves a run of games in our team!

{Ed039's Note - I have heard it's all down to stats, he has a very low pass completion for example)

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23 Oct 2016 10:26:54
Aye he would have, he's only played twice. How can you formulate statistics if the player isn't playing. Rubbish. There's more to it than that. Similar situation to griffiths and Strachan. Warburton plays waghorn on the right so as long as he's fit he'll start. Simple as that.

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23 Oct 2016 11:49:56
Something similar like that happened with Michael Ball years ago I think, hopefully this isn't true but it wouldn't be a shock if that was the case, I also think we were held to ransom for MOH.

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23 Oct 2016 12:27:31
Just cosgrove being his feminine bitchy way again, cannot for the world see this being the scenario.

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23 Oct 2016 11:59:21
Supercooper you should know being tight with the o'halloren family. After all it was you who told us he was signing months in advance eh 😩😩😩.

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23 Oct 2016 12:43:59
I can appreciate that MOH is not a first choice although given how keen Warburton was to sign him it does surprise me that he is not given more opportunity especially when we are not exactly overly endowed with quality these days and the majority of players that are presumably brought in to improve things have spent more time on the treatment table than on the park.

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23 Oct 2016 20:25:27
JayC1204,if you read my post a couple of days ago i did state that moh is miffed as to how he's not getting a chance as he is desperate to be a success at rangers. He likes very much being at rangers mate. I asked the ed just to see if he had heard any other info regarding moh.

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24 Oct 2016 12:10:55
Warburton has no idea how to utilise pace. MOH is lightning fast and can hurt teams if the ball is played behind their defence. But warburton likes players like Waghorn and Mackay who always come inside. Waggy can't go on the outside because his right foot is basically a dead stump. Mackay looks totally disinterested and his work rate i'd half of what it was last season. MOH has proved he can beat men and get to the by line, course the fact that once he gets there, there's no out and out striker to give it to may explain why he has only had 4 league starts since signing, disgraceful. Bring back big Eck.

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24 Oct 2016 12:10:55
Warburton has no idea how to utilise pace. MOH is lightning fast and can hurt teams if the ball is played behind their defence. But warburton likes players like Waghorn and Mackay who always come inside. Waggy can't go on the outside because his right foot is basically a dead stump. Mackay looks totally disinterested and his work rate i'd half of what it was last season. MOH has proved he can beat men and get to the by line, course the fact that once he gets there, there's no out and out striker to give it to may explain why he has only had 4 league starts since signing, disgraceful. Bring back big Eck.

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24 Oct 2016 12:10:55
Warburton has no idea how to utilise pace. MOH is lightning fast and can hurt teams if the ball is played behind their defence. But warburton likes players like Waghorn and Mackay who always come inside. Waggy can't go on the outside because his right foot is basically a dead stump. Mackay looks totally disinterested and his work rate i'd half of what it was last season. MOH has proved he can beat men and get to the by line, course the fact that once he gets there, there's no out and out striker to give it to may explain why he has only had 4 league starts since signing, disgraceful. Bring back big Eck.

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24 Oct 2016 12:10:55
Warburton has no idea how to utilise pace. MOH is lightning fast and can hurt teams if the ball is played behind their defence. But warburton likes players like Waghorn and Mackay who always come inside. Waggy can't go on the outside because his right foot is basically a dead stump. Mackay looks totally disinterested and his work rate i'd half of what it was last season. MOH has proved he can beat men and get to the by line, course the fact that once he gets there, there's no out and out striker to give it to may explain why he has only had 4 league starts since signing, disgraceful. Bring back big Eck.

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23 Oct 2016 06:16:59
So no truth in the rumour of cash needing paid out once he's played 20, 50 and 100 games? He might make the first clause but I'd be gobsmacked if he makes the second two.

{Ed039's Note - I am not saying there is no truth that there is extras to be paid but its not stopping him being selected)

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23 Oct 2016 08:18:22
I'm not up on all that fancy jargon Ed. Does that just mean he's pants?

{Ed039's Note - Warburton has analysis done of games and training and what I am hearing is that MOH is "scoring" very low in things like passes completed, dribbles completed etc etc, a lot of modern managers pay a lot of attention to these stats when it comes to their team selections and their overall analysis if players)

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23 Oct 2016 16:39:42
Ed mate this is becomin joke tho how moh can't get game somethin is obv up big time that's my opinion. Again today why was his pace not used against there defence? Our defence yet again kiernan hill murder and that's how celtic won again seems to me warburton is absolutr clueless fact he picks who he likes best instead off the best players boys like mckay n kiernan will allways play no matter how bad they are and this a big problem at club our size. Nothin worse when u lose last minute against your rivals but i knew this was comin hill and kiernan aren't good enough wilson or senderos would have been mines today from start and MOH aswell would been on, ed wots the news on matt crooks?

{Ed039's Note - Matt Crooks is building up his fitness, he is very well liked and wouldn't be surprised to see him involved over the next few weeks, I wouldn't blame the defence for the result yesterday, I actually feel that was our best defensive performance of the season, but when you can not make the ball stick when going forward and you invite wave after wave of attack from the opposition then it only seemed a matter of time, and that is what it proved to be ....... I am a fan of Wes Foderingham and I am sure I may be slated by some for saying that but I think Gilks was outstanding from a shot stopping point of view and was MOTM)

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24 Oct 2016 22:53:56
yesterday we played with ten men because McKay was woeful. Given the circumstances there was a strong argument for wither MOH or Dodoo replacing McKay at half time. He contributed absolutely nothing!

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24 Oct 2016 23:51:10
i was not keen on big wes when he ffirst came to our club, but i think he has come on a treat, i also agree with you in regards gilks, he was my also my man of the match, he saved us a thumping, i also believe in mw, we are three month in to promotion to the top league, and mw has got our whole club playing a totally difrent style from ever before, he must be givin time imho, people should know it will take a season or two to get everything ticking properly, any other team coming up from the championship, and sitting in top half of the league would be happy, but not our support, maybe its time some of our support showed a bit of patients.

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26 Oct 2016 13:29:28
on the moh front the guy obviously hasn't been impressing on the training ground.

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22 Oct 2016 16:07:27
Wee rumour doing the rounds on facebook saying barton could make a come back for tomorrow, surely bloody not but just passing on what I've seen.

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22 Oct 2016 16:29:57
Facebook for ye mate! Nonsense!

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22 Oct 2016 16:33:22
Aye nic i was thinking that myself mate, had enough of that tosser lol.

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13 Oct 2016 10:12:30
Atlantic league still on apparently. Rangers and Celtic rumoured to be the only 2 Scottish clubs that will be able to join if it does happen.

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13 Oct 2016 15:41:41
I don't think this will happen but it is way more likely than English league accepting us.

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13 Oct 2016 16:17:52
Can this happen? Would UEFA allow it? Would Rangers and Celtic still play domestic games?
I can see something happening with European football, like darts have the PDC and the BDO. It's all gona end messsy I think.

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13 Oct 2016 17:43:08
Messy or not it's necessary that something changes.

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13 Oct 2016 19:22:54
They've said it would involve those clubs leaving their domestic leagues. Should have happened years ago. **** Scottish football.

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13 Oct 2016 18:54:04
Seems reasonable. No other Scottish Clubs have the 'fan appeal' worldwide. A bit unfortunate for Hearts perhaps but can't see too many people that really matter being too upset!

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13 Oct 2016 21:59:15
If a group of teams outwith the usual suspects that are continually in Quarters and Semi of CL, if they got together and pushed this Atlantic Lge through and told UEFA to do one then I think UEFA would have to go with it. Again I'm talking about a lot of teams over Europe big clubs that have had to settle for the scraps! I think this could be done so that teams could still play in their domestic lges. The big say 10 teams who are always getting to the final stages NEED the others teams like Ajax Dortmund Nice Athens etc these teams an us are being denied the chance to compete and setting up this lge that would consist of 15-20 top teams could be done and what will UEFA do stop us from entering competitions we can't win! We could make more money doing this AND I think UEFA will go along or else the CL would be crap, its gotten pretty boring already the key is to be able to still represent domestically.

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14 Oct 2016 10:47:29
Its Fifa that would need to ratify it. Uefa are already making changes to the Chamoions league purely to benefit the big boys. If access to the Champions league is to be closed off to the smaller nations then they have no need of Uefa. Think about the TV revenue from demand for games from this league in Scotland, Holland, Belgium, Norway, Sweden possibly Portugal. If the Man Utds and Barcas don't want us playing against them, then I have no problem going to Ibrox every other week to watch Ajax, PSV, Anderlecht, Rosenborg or Porto if Portugal get involved.

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14 Oct 2016 15:13:55
I agree with most of what is being said by remembering Scotland only has 2 big teams.
Look at La Liga. so Real Madrid, Barcelona are always there or there abouts in the CL, so unlike the SPL these teams would stay in the domestic league leaving other big Spanish teams like Valencia, Athletico, Villarreal etc stuck where the old firm is!
Do those 'nearly' teams want to play in those Atlantic league? Where does it all stop?
I'm sorry but I don't think you can play football or make decisions based on fan base.

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14 Oct 2016 17:09:36
Stop talking mince mate.

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14 Oct 2016 19:46:14
Plenty of mince getting spoken on this subject. with all due respect the PSV's, Ajax's and Anderlecht's of this world are not the teams they were 30 years ago. and i wouldn't pay money to go and watch Rosenberg in a 100 years. Porto maybe.

call me old fashioned but i'd rather watch us play Aberdeen, Hibs, Hearts in rip-roaring end to end battles. along with Old Firm games. What the old firm need to do is negotiate their own TV Deal. its the only way they'll have the finance to compete in Europe. at the minute we receive a pittance when you consider the viewers we get on Sky / BT to watch us.

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14 Oct 2016 20:04:28
What about teams organizing a new tournament! I know I keep going on about bringing the CUP Winners Cup back but I'm sure the money involved if UEFA were behind it would be laughable compared to Champions Lge! So instead of a Lge that's played over a season could clubs not organize a competition that's played either on a different day or time than CL or the EL or would we even have to, if UEFA are not going to give clubs the opportunity to raise finances then could this be possible?
If UEFA want clubs to settle down a bit or buy time then they should get CWC back ( prob another lge format as it makes sense financially) and make it lucrative to the clubs involved the disparities between the CL and EL is way too much!

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14 Oct 2016 22:40:24
If it's going to be an Atlantic league then let's go for it. Let the fat cats go and have their private party, but guarantee people will get fed up watching the overly paid prima donas ( don't blame them ). Money is getting too important in this world and taking the sport out of sport.

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15 Oct 2016 11:57:56
Fancy explaining your name mate? Is it 'hung one 88' or 'hun gone 88'? Either way, it ain't clever or funny, first one you're portraying yourself as sectarian, second one as a bigot. Which one is it? Certainly isn't 'banter' unless it's purely over exuberance on your behalf of course.

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15 Oct 2016 16:23:14
Think its a case of over compensation for having a small asset.

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18 Oct 2016 14:34:44
spart7 - love it haha.

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18 Oct 2016 14:07:34
I may be wrong but I am sure that there is a UEFA directive in place since the 50's that states that no club can play league football in a country other than there own (Swansea, Cardiff etc in the English league prior to this coming in to place) .

This all came out in the 90s when we tried to join the English League.

Presumably this Atlantic thing would require a seismic shift in UEFA rules if indeed they have the appetite for it.

Personally I agree with the guy who says he would rather play against Aberdeen etc. Big European nights are special and if they became the norm then it would detract from these occasions. I know that there are financial aspects to this but that is a matter for the footballing bodies to work out.

Having said that, I also agree with the guy who said **** Scottish football.

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18 Oct 2016 20:25:42
We all need to perform better otherwise it would just be even more embarrassing. Haha onwards and upwards though.

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23 Oct 2016 11:49:20
From our own perspective we should be less worried about an Atlantic League at present and more worried about having a team that can compete with Celtic and Hearts. This Budge lady at Hearts is head and shoulders above what we have at Rangers. She is involved on a day to day basis whereas King is a bit like David Murray, full of talk and no action.

Our best player at present is an ageing striker, we have lost our most skilful player for the season, no doubt more messing about on the training ground, the young Liverpool lad, Rossiter of whom I had high hopes is consistently struggling through injury as are the two lads from Accrington Stanley and we don't have a captain with the qualities needed to lead the team on the Park.

Before we start worrying about Europe we have serious issues to resolve on the playing field.

It is a catch 22, we need quality to compete to get into Europe and we need to be in Europe to get quality. We will need at least two quality players in January, and we won't secure them from the biscuit tin and we should hopefully already have identified two or three that we can acquire in the summer.

Players like Waghorn should be sold if we can secure the correct fee since I don't see him scoring the goals needed in the SPL! Of course a hat trick from him and a couple of goals from elsewhere in the team agains our enemies tomorrow and I might change my view.

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23 Oct 2016 12:45:46
Unless the quality of player improves significantly we won't be playing in Europe for some time so perhaps an Atlantic League is our best option.

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09 Oct 2016 09:20:57
After reading the s*n's newspaper report on the joey barton situation this morning there's not a shred of doubt now that rangers most definitely want shot of him. There's obviously something much more sinister to this whole episode than we're being told.

Andy devlin who is the writer of this morning 's article states in the last paragraph of his report that barton has been told to stay away at least another week from murray park allowing barton's representatives to pour over the paperwork to reach a settlement. This tells us all now that as far as rangers are concerned there's NO way back for joey barton at ibrox.

Although i didn't believe this, i was actually told by a very good source at the partick thistle game that quite a good few of rangers first team players had spoken to our manager and directors stating that they weren't happy with the way barton was conducting himself with them in training and while actually playing in games.

These players seemingly had said that barton was being very disruptive and causing disharmony which was affecting the team in general. Two players in particular were supposed to have been quite assertive on stating that they didn't want to be playing in the same team as barton such was the severity of how they felt, time will tell i suppose!

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09 Oct 2016 10:35:18
So we are going to be all over the papers for all the wrong reasons again. super.

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09 Oct 2016 11:27:42
heard it was more to do with the betting than anything else.

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09 Oct 2016 14:03:19
Understand one thing we are BETTER without the ned that is Barton. I could not give a toss about the back papers, they can write what they want like they always do.

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09 Oct 2016 14:51:21
Are you joking BETTER the fact is this board and the manager have made a complete mess of this 5 weeks he's been suspended for and we have no idea if it's on pay which I suspect it is so who are the biggest losers here the punters.

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09 Oct 2016 11:25:48
Wouldn't read too much into it. This will be the ban from the SFA kicking in for gambling. One week ban.

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09 Oct 2016 17:28:58
Think it's terrible if the bit about the players going to board greeting like babies because somebody's being hard on them is true that's what most of them need n if Wallace was true captain material it should be him giving them a boot up the arse when needed were picking up a bit but still a bit too soft for my liking.

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09 Oct 2016 18:30:46
Bartons an a**hole and his behaviour and attitude is not needed at our club - we can only guess at what's going on but our captain isn't behaving like an idiot that's for sure -.

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09 Oct 2016 21:00:06
And we are believing what's in the sun.
Good god!

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09 Oct 2016 21:05:59
It's all due to the betting rumours doing the rounds which the board want to look into, nothing to do with the original fall out previous! Barton will re join the squad and play important part of our season! Don't let the media fool you!

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10 Oct 2016 01:39:22
OK, so looks like the decision has been made that Warbs no longer wants Barton around. If this is the case then we have only ONE OPTION! And that is to keep the guy fit, so that come Jan Clubs will find him a more appealing transfer. what's your thoughts Bears, how do u think we will go about facilitating this? Do you think he will be training with the first team or the youngsters. We cannot pay him off if we have the chance to get rid of him in Jan huge difference financially. I held some hope that this could be resolved but it seems not, Also on a totally different subject I read that Bristol City may put in a bid for Wags and Gedion may be coming back?

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10 Oct 2016 12:29:31
look I don't think there is much more to it than the guy is being punished for the betting scandal aswell as what he did .
for me I think he will come back play in the games and be a good player for us when we need to rest our good players.

for me if he doesn't prove himself to be a better player than halliday holt windass rossiter and forrester he may well be keeping a seat warm until january.

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10 Oct 2016 22:57:01
James I really hope your right and Barton is at least given the opportunity to fight for a place in the team even a spot on the bench as I said to be able to turn to your subs and have him as an option would be useful the guy is a good player and I'm surrenders there are lots of top teams who would like to be able to turn to there bench! And have someone like Barton to throw on. I just can't understand why we would keep him away from TRAINING! Due to the betting fiasco, Barton must have seriously stepped over the line with Warbs as players are always having a go at each other at every club. I'll say it again, it looks as if the best thing we can do is to keep the guy fit and it'll look like he'll be training with the development squad I can't see him training with first team as I think Warbs feels he cannot take the chance on him around some players or even him and also do not think he wants to be seen backing down from what happened and will not tolerate that kind of behaviour. It really bothers me that if Barton had an issue with Warbs, his tactics formation which a lot of us have also expressed them if he had talked to him privately instead of shouting his mouth off in front of the squad which it sounds like it then this whole thing couldve been avoided. I'm sure players in the past have voiced their concerns to the manager before but u cannot undermine the Manager!

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10 Oct 2016 23:17:00
obviously some posters haven't heard of employment law, you have to be careful how you go about ending someones employment too many no win no fee guys out there calling employers names like dinosaur to line their own pocket, just like a court of law if a case is ongoing you are treading on dangerous ground discussing it so that is why rangers management are tight lippped.

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10 Oct 2016 23:48:43
Personally I don't believe that Warburton ever wanted Barton, just a cheap way of King producing a so called 'blue chip signing'. Now it looks to have back fired although we are talking about the Sun here and that rag can hardly be called a newspaper!

The only comment that I agree with is that Wallace is not a Captain and he never will be!

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10 Oct 2016 23:12:07
Question to all, given our Board don't want to feed the tabloids, why would they escalate something that is just a wee tiff and a misdemeanour for betting (one game ban by all accounts) other than they wish to take advantage of a situation, as does wee Joey when it suits . he is obviously not the right fit for our team and as James says, with Halliday, Holt, Windass and Rossiter all ahead of him, is he not redundant to our needs? Personally I hope he finds something tha suits him back in the Championship!

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11 Oct 2016 02:11:32
When will the S. F. A let us know the extent of Bartons ban, I've heard its going to be a one game ban BUT put a tender on it that it'll be three, suppose it doesn't really matter due to what's going on but surely we cannot keep him away from training! He has to return at some point and unless King and the rest of the board are willing to pay 2m instead of the chance of a transfer come Jan then so be it BUT worked it out that to pay him until Jan would be around 320k, so if that is an option and its something that's crossed my mind then surely the same for King etc BUT keep the guy fit! Really hope we bring in a couple of loans in Jan Warbs really needs to use his relationship with some of the top teams down south its clear that it was one of the qualities he has when he got the job, sure he would have mentioned that his contacts etc would benefit us and we would be able to attract top young talent due to his relationships and at the moment and foreseeable future its something that we need to utilise.

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12 Oct 2016 12:46:26
It was the S*n, scummy paper that wouldn't look out of place on a nail in the Parkhead toilets!

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12 Oct 2016 13:37:26
Can I ask a question guys if he is not aloud near Murray park is he doing any training as he was no were near his fitness and if he dose come back how long till he is proper fit.

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