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16 Mar 2017 16:46:28
Does anyone think that our new manager will give Hardie, Burt and Thompson a chance next season? If we get Rossiter, Kranjcar and Crooks back they will be like new signings.


1.) 16 Mar 2017 19:55:30
A hope he gives the youth a chance but not wan of us nows his plans but will be interesting next season

2.) 17 Mar 2017 00:09:13
I think he'll play the best players available to him, he's got no axe to grind or baggage to bear. It's a fresh canvas.

3.) 16 Mar 2017 23:51:51
I think young Thompson will definitely come into contention next season. Couldn't understand why he didn't figure in MW's plans. Looked a really tidy young player when he first signed from Man U

4.) 17 Mar 2017 00:19:41
I like burt from what I've seen, also a few of the younger guys ashmore, beerman mcrorie but its barjonas that really sticks out to me very tidy midfield player, looks the type that will just keep getting better but I hope anyone who does get the chance is bled in gradually we as fans expect too much from boys at times! Not overly keen on ryan hardie but hopefully prove me wrong

5.) 17 Mar 2017 11:27:30
I'm old enough to remember a very young and slim Denis Law making his debut for Huddersfield Town when only 16 and four years later was playing for Manchester City aged just 20, so I don't get all this stuff about easing young players in gently. Jordan Thompson is 20 now and Burt is 18. If they are good enough they are old enough. Look how many youngsters McCoist ignored and Warburton pretty well did the same. I like the sound of a midfield with Rossiter, Hyndman and Burt playing.

6.) 17 Mar 2017 16:55:23
Derek johnston was 16 when he scored the goal v celtic for league cup win 1970. Age means nothing. Is big Clint too old at 38 to score and then make last ditch tackle don't think so.

7.) 17 Mar 2017 18:17:21
The difference is Huddersfield fans and rangers fans have expectations at opposite ends of the spectrum boys! I've lost count of talents that have been ruined in this country by fans who heap too much pressure on a youngster and have them billed as world beaters after one decent game

8.) 19 Mar 2017 00:10:49
I hope he has the nuts to give some of the youngsters a go, youthful energy, belief and lack of fear is what we need! one or 2 youngster might actually have a major infectious belief that we need! Burt, Gilmour, Robbie McCrorie have all had major teams look at them, Hardie for me looks as if he has that goalscoring knack! not a great player but knows where the goal is ( think McCoist, Boyd, even Dodds frustrating players but goals guarenteed! )



10 Mar 2017 18:14:23
Apparently Caixhina will arrive in time for Sunday's game but not today. I hope he goes in to the dressing room and stirs the players.


1.) 10 Mar 2017 19:28:39
I hope he stays away from the dressing room, it's Murtys time!

2.) 10 Mar 2017 21:11:27
Well said gor at this moment in till Pedro has not goat a say this is murtys time let's hope he enjoys it and so do Wee

3.) 10 Mar 2017 21:14:26
I hope he stays away from Ibrox.

4.) 10 Mar 2017 21:29:56
Who do you want to see rick? As I think he is by far the most exciting out of the names mentioned mcliesh, Davis, McGinnis, wright, Gary rowett no thanks for all of them tbh all Shiite. I'm excited with this guy yes there is a chance it could all go wrong but if you don't take a chance you never succeed for me going with any of the names above is like saying we are happy to stay were we are.

5.) 10 Mar 2017 21:49:13
Yeh good idea Rick, let's bring back Alec or Ali or better than that let's give wee Barry a chance or even Billy, all these good Rangers lads who know how the club works . yeh let's do that!

6.) 10 Mar 2017 21:57:26
It's an away game .

7.) 10 Mar 2017 22:00:32
I hope he plays a 5 3 2 and hits them on the counter with MOH and Barry up front play Wallace in the centre of defence tae take dembelle oot the game wae Hill Wilson Halliday left wingback godson right n a midfield of tav toral n hyndman but let Barry run at brown n get him sent aff

8.) 10 Mar 2017 23:01:29
Well said deano there is to many people on here and the news stating that European managers aren't the answer look at Paul le guen yes he was a disaster but what about dick advocatt if Pedro is using rangers as a steping stone to England then fine but if he wants a decent club he's goat to prove him self and do well with rangers so all use doubters quit slating the guy and get behind him

9.) 10 Mar 2017 23:34:40
Lets all give the guy a chance, we have to remember the past 5 years and it is still going to take time. let's give our full support! We will get ther eventually, we r the glasgow rangers!

10.) 10 Mar 2017 23:43:00
I will welcome any manager who gets to lead this great club. Maybe optimistic but I feel he will get some cash to spend otherwise why would he leave a rich club to take over a club with no resources regardless of how great we are?
I think it's a blessing in disguise being so far behind the tramps in the league. They realised they had to dig deep and go for it after we beat the in the cup and I think the realisation that we are a bit behind now is not lost on the board who have brought an exciting coach with decent credentials on a reported £800k per Annum.
He got to Europa league final as an assistant and to CONCAF Champions league final as a manager and got relegation threatened side to 7th in Portuguese league and Mexican league and cup double so he's no mug.
I know how good Le Guens record was before he took over before you all start lol but seriously I'm positive about the appointment and with a bit of luck we might just gather a bit of momentum to stop the treble in cup tie and/ or beat them at Ibrox to end league undefeated run that's if we don't end that on Sunday.
Got to say we might just sneak it on Sunday, the 2-1 game lto was quite close, it's not like they can win the league on Sunday and after our 3-0 win V Killy our only time we had scored 3 against top flight opposition equaled V St Johnstone then doubled against Hamilton in past 2 games we must a chance of scoring against an overrated side who win with ease due to opposition sitting off and allowing them to attack them.
If you attack them they are vulnerable and beatable 🔴⚪🔵💪🏻

11.) 11 Mar 2017 00:22:29
I welcome the new guy but al be seeing what the odds are on him being away before the turn of the year and sticking £20 on it if it's anymore than 5-1

12.) 11 Mar 2017 13:06:34
Agbroxi yeah i'm sure Dembele would be quaking in his boots at thought of wallace marking him

13.) 11 Mar 2017 12:29:17
Can't believe the Pish McAvennie has come out with, don't know where all this rubbish about a record score for them has come from anyway, they had 2 victories over Motherwell and Accies by 2-0 at home and the media seem to think they'll annihilate us, and if anything we are coming onto a game now, am I missing something here because I simply don't get it.



20 Feb 2017 10:12:47
Leeds boss Gary Monk now strongly linked to be Gers new boss. Good manager previously of Swansea and has Leeds in 5th place in the Championship.


1.) 20 Feb 2017 10:46:16
Why would he come to us if he's in with the chance of taking Leeds back into the Premiership?

Potentially very good manager though.

2.) 20 Feb 2017 10:47:10
Anyone with a current club will cost money in compensation. We are getting deluded. They will bring in McLeish as nothing to pay out. We have to realise our club has no money. Wish we could get a bigger name but I think we need to accept this board will make another arse of things.

3.) 20 Feb 2017 10:56:01
Spurs 1974: Don't be so sure we won't get a manager currently at a club.

4.) 20 Feb 2017 11:43:58
How do we know that major investment isn't on its way? These things take time and it has been rumoured before that big money is heading for Ibrox, whether Red Bull or some other investors.

5.) 20 Feb 2017 13:00:06
Hope you are right genuinely do! But can't help thinking it will be the cheap route as usual with all the rebuilding single fish we keep hearing. Debts are mounting at the club why do you think warburton and Barton really left the club!

6.) 20 Feb 2017 17:33:25
Why do folk keep mentioning Red Bull? RB DO NOT INVEST, THEY BUY! Do you seriously want to support a NEWCO next season? We've listened to other fans 'You're not Rangers any more' for nearly 5 years. If Red Bull buy us we won't be Rangers any more! Is that what we want?

7.) 20 Feb 2017 17:59:32
What total BS rfc5141 you sound like one of them . I don't care if THEY call us a new club we are and always will be rangers

8.) 20 Feb 2017 20:15:15
People not wanting redbull to buy Rangers, don't be so stupid. Rangers have absolutely nothing at the moment so to say you wouldn't accept it is an absolute joke. We need money and we don't seem to be getting it from King

9.) 20 Feb 2017 21:15:20
Monk out of contract in summer, no compo needs paid out if he's out of contract

10.) 20 Feb 2017 21:25:19
Monk only has one year deal at Leeds . I think . so his contract is up in the summer

11.) 20 Feb 2017 23:21:10
Suppose a club fancies a manager already at a club and it would cost £ 2m in compen.
Said manager resigns after his agents hears another club ill give him £ 1m to come to the new club.

I don't believe the managers current club would get a bean.

I know this would involved illegal "tapping up" and I know that football is too ethical a business for such a thing to happen, but, just suppose.

12.) 22 Feb 2017 09:44:57
Looks like Monk is the target in the summer.



10 Feb 2017 10:21:09
It is good to hear that Rossiter and Kranjcar are back in training. When they are both fit surely that gives a classier look to our midfield options, i. e. Rossiter, Hyndman, Kranjcar, Windass as a midfield four with Rossiter as the DM. All we'd need then is a defence that doesn't concede and a prolific goalscorer. lol.


1.) 10 Feb 2017 11:42:38
Warburton will not play 4 in Midfield and there is no chance that Krancjar will be fit again this season. As for Windass, he has flattered to deceive since the hammering at their place. Hasn't kicked a ball since, either through injury or just plain bad form.

Think we need to look to somehow try and build for next season. I don't understand why Crooks was loaned to Scunthorpe? I believe it was for game time but has hardly played in any of their games since. Halliday has been poor in the holding position but I believe he has a future further forward in the midfield.

Don't start me on Rossiter. probably more chance that Krancjar will play before him!

Tough time ahead and we need to make sure we secure 2nd spot.

2.) 10 Feb 2017 14:55:00
Said it before and will say it again Windass is rank rotten. Crooks apparently plaid for our youth side and failed to stand out amongst them, says it all really.

Rossiter whenever if ever fit should be decent though, we just need to keep our finger crossed it happens.

3.) 10 Feb 2017 15:26:35
Windass, despite being injured a lot has some of the best stats of any player in the whole league, recently he was top of the list for passes that led to goals, shots on goal, or shots off goal

4.) 10 Feb 2017 16:54:10
If Halliday has a future at rangers then we really are in trouble



23 Jan 2017 08:43:05
Does anyone know when Rossiter will be fit to play? It must be a serious injury to keep him out for this long. It does seem that Warburton's are to say the least injury prone. Our midfield badly needs someone like Rossiter as the anchorman.


1.) 23 Jan 2017 10:07:47
He's a week away 😂

2.) 23 Jan 2017 10:19:24
He is apparently back running on grass so if all goes well he should be back within 2 weeks. I believe he has issyes with the nerves in his calfs.

3.) 23 Jan 2017 10:34:52
That's good news if true. I'd like to see him in the defensive midfield role we badly need with Toral, Hyndman and Windass or Mackay making up a midfield 4. Sorry, Holt and Halliday should be rested. Kenny Miller should be the first name on the team sheet!

4.) 23 Jan 2017 11:31:03
I don't really know when he will be fit to play, one thing I do know is the boy is pure gutted and is desperate to pull on that rangers jersey

5.) 23 Jan 2017 14:13:14
even when he is fit for bench no one knows what game time he will get because they claim waghorn is still not fit for 90 mins forresester is not fit enough senderos will never be fit do do appearsnot to be in favour and to crown it all they have yet to make k miller an offer

6.) 23 Jan 2017 14:52:49
Far too many unfit players and players picking up injuries that it really does beg the questionn about our training methods

7.) 23 Jan 2017 15:28:52
Took the words out my mouth Gosman! This seems to be happening a bit to frequently. Albeit I'm can't wait to see a fully fit Rossiter in our team. I genuinely think he can do the job and more of both Halliday and holt

8.) 23 Jan 2017 15:57:19
@gosman - I would have thought the training methods would have been similar to last season when we didn't have that many injuries?

9.) 23 Jan 2017 14:30:18
nobody like forrster anymore I think that boy has tons of potential and should be given game time either in front three or midfield 3/ 4

10.) 23 Jan 2017 15:55:21
I agree the training must be a bit much at times but if rossiter is not ready there's no rush to throw him back in he's got years ahead of him huge potential.

11.) 23 Jan 2017 16:27:36
i would be very shocked if our training had anything to do with our injuries, it's prob just rotten luck, if you think about it, we never got much injuries last season, I believe it's just football, clubs go through things like this all the time, we have been very unlucky this year, hopefully we have had our share of them and our players have a strong second half of the season, but I can understand why fans are debating this matter

12.) 23 Jan 2017 17:46:05
UnionJack hit the nail on the head. I was shocked we got away with soo few injuries last year. I can only really remember waggy tbh.

13.) 25 Jan 2017 13:33:53
just what I was going to say we are unlucky this season and lucky last season and we need to be very lucky next season when it comes to injuries, signings making their marks and financially we will be lucky if we manage to get out of this deal with the fat rat




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12 Mar 2017 21:18:07
If Murty had been in charge six months ago we'd be much closer to Septic. Great show today and we could have won. Why don't we all boycott the Daily Record like we have done with Sports Direct. What a load of bias rubbish that rag is.

And Celtic are showing yet again that they are bad losers (or drawers) with Griffiths, Dembele and Rodgers sounding off. Look out, we are coming to get you. Come on Pedro!


1.) 12 Mar 2017 23:54:53
Doubt it. Typical delusions if you think a draw against us on a day we played the worst we have been all season, suddenly changes yous into title challengers.

Semi-final tie we will make up for poor performance

2.) 13 Mar 2017 07:38:23
Problem with Celtic and their fans is the just can't take it. They expected to steamroller us again and when it didn't happen they throw the toys out the pram. Murty did well yesterday and if he had been in charge maybe we wouldn't be as far behind however we would still be comfortably far behind them. A lot of work needs done to try and get anywhere near them and let's hope the new manager gets significant backing. Without it we will be in exactly the same position this time next year

3.) 13 Mar 2017 08:39:47
Bengy your team deserved the draw yesterday well done

4.) 13 Mar 2017 09:22:40
We know we need 5 quality players to even mount a challenge but at the same time you weren't great because our tactics made it like that. the hogmany game highlighted that when MW had us wide open and made Sinclair look like Messi

5.) 13 Mar 2017 10:04:06
You played bad because we made you play bad we stopped the threat of Sinclair and Dembelle only Armstrong was a real threat and your goalkeeper had about 3 cracking saves, so stop you're lame excuses and get on with it you could have lost that game and dembelle, griffiths and big Brenda know it hence the excuses.

6.) 13 Mar 2017 10:11:16
Lmao typical obsessed celtic fan, think they have a divine right to win every game, we haven't been playing well all season. if i were you, i would just enjoy your success this season because we will be a different beast next season.

7.) 13 Mar 2017 07:44:22
Ha ha, the worst you have played all season? Rangers should have won the game in the end and you know what, we didn't play that well either. Sour are those grapes!

8.) 13 Mar 2017 10:10:37
Maybe if Brown hadn't been too busy diving and cowardly hitting people off the ball when they aren't looking your team might have played better. Don't get me started on 40 million pound tom Daley impersonator!

9.) 13 Mar 2017 10:16:09
Fans boycotting sports direct, give me a break. A few fans may say on here that it happens, but in reality many rangers fans will shop there, whether in store or online. The mug gives it away.

10.) 13 Mar 2017 10:36:17
Maybe it wasn't Celtic playing bad as it was Rangers not allowing Celtic play well.

As for the penalty yes it was a foul but the initial contact and foul committed happens outside the box.

Celtic are a better team than us but take dembele, Sinclair and Rodgers away and they are the same team they were last season.

Brown is just a thug him and Miller could easily have seen red yesterday. Brown for his deliberate swing of the arm on Holt and Miller for his lunge on Armstrong. Sorry fellow Gers but it's 2 footed.

11.) 13 Mar 2017 12:24:44
Bengy problem is nobody can take their team getting beat. But yous never beat us. That is the key point here. Yous never beat us yet are doing backflips at holding us to a draw, on the back of a clear cut penalty we should of got. If that's your clubs definition of a victory then what hope do yous have for closing the gap?

It will be 10+ in a row and treble this season so yesterday was just a minor hiccup

12.) 13 Mar 2017 20:11:37
Handball griffiths no penalty at all. Clear vision required

13.) 13 Mar 2017 19:23:43
Seeker, yes u could have won, but so could we it was a close game that I thought we dominated more than u I sure the stats will prove that. Possession, shots etc.
So if your even close to a football fan u will see this and realise this.
The mere fact your gloating over the result tells u everything u need to know.
Already we are getting "wait till next season" "only a few more players and we will be there" etc etc.
All hollow words and mean nothing in the grand scale of things.

14.) 13 Mar 2017 19:48:29
Brown and bitton couldn't cope with Holt and hyndman and when Armstrong went off (what was bodgers thinking) it got even worse for Brown total headless chicken.

15.) 13 Mar 2017 21:10:40
Rayman i ask u this, when we put you out the semi's last season, all i heard was that you had the best chances even though we had all the posession. now you're going on about the possession you had yesterday and shots etc even though we had 2 gilt edged chances, so make your mind up mate.



28 Feb 2017 07:48:45
All this talk about major investors getting a return for their money is nonsense. All those super-rich owners of big clubs down south invest almost as a philanthropical thing, not expecting to get a return. Therein lies the difference. If King really did have £50 million he was prepared to spend he'd spend it. We need somebody like an Ashley (dare I say it) or McColl who are billionaires with money to burn. The owners of Man City, Man Utd, Arsenal and Chelsea are very, very, very rich indeed.


{Ed001's Note - you mean like Kroenke of Arsenal or the Glazers of Man Utd who make a significant amount of money from their investment? Or Mike Ashley, who also makes lots? About the only one who does as you suggest is the owner of Bournemouth. Not even the Man City owners do that, which is why they sold a significant chunk of the ownership vehicle for the group of clubs to a Chinese firm recently.}

1.) 28 Feb 2017 08:16:17
Edd. when in march is the court date with sports direct?

{Ed001's Note - I don't know mate sorry.}

2.) 28 Feb 2017 09:11:13
Ashley is owed £129 million by Newcastle United and counting losses of £500k per week and will problaby never get it back. Abramovich has written of £1 billion in the last 10 years or so at Chelsea. Yes, some will make money but they are serious billionaires who essentially won't be harmed by losses of that size. In the real world, Rangers would need someone who is prepared to invest serious money and take a big risk. We can't compare the big six or seven EPL clubs with Rangers and Celtic or may other European teams.

{Ed001's Note - erm you really need to check up the true amounts, because that is what you could call creative accounting. He makes a lot of money off Newcastle, those loans pay interest, he also uses the stadium as a billboard for his other businesses, for free.

Abramovich has not written off £1bn, that is just a lie. Utter and complete lie. Try not spouting ignorant rubbish and actually doing some research.}

3.) 28 Feb 2017 10:21:06
Well said ED.

4.) 28 Feb 2017 10:58:45
abramovich never writes off anything. if he's spent a billion he's made a billion and a half. this guy knows how to make and handle money plus his board are pretty decent too.

chelsea's merchandise revenue is global and with matchday revenue and sponsorship in and around the ground is huge

they bought out the shirt deal by paying millions and got the 3rd biggest in football

rangers don't need a benefactor or people to throw money away in scottish football all we have to do is do it right.

5.) 28 Feb 2017 14:45:58
Chelsea owe Abramovich £1 billion. Newcastle make a profit each year but Ashley can't and doesn't take all of that profit out of the club. He also lost £1 billion last year when Sports Direct's shares plunged.

6.) 28 Feb 2017 15:19:21
Unless he sold those shares, he certainly didn't 'lose' £1bn. Paper loss only. £1bn wiped off the value.



25 Feb 2017 12:21:25
Our rebuilding on the pitch should have started in 2012 when we were dumped into the bottom tier of Scottish football. McCoist wasted opportunities and money to do so and like his successors failed to give young players a chance. Warburton didn't give any youngsters a chance either and even Murty hasn't done so in the three games where he has been in charge. How can anyone say that playing Burt, Hardie and Thompson for instance could possibly be worse than the drivel being served up every game right now?! A new, experienced manager in NOW would stop the rot and give the players a boost and a kick up the you know what! We must finish at least 3rd and get into Europe next season.


1.) 25 Feb 2017 12:45:10
I agree with your statement about 2012. long term planning and intelligent thought on the matter didn't happen. It's a real pity we lost the one good talent to come out of it in Lewis Mcleod.

I don't know what a new manager will immediately bring to the table. Everybody rightly has a go at our defence and I was astonished to see Wallace doing everything he could last night to avoid making a tackle and Halliday is everybody's whipping boy but the fact is we don't take our chances to put the ball in the back of the net and our strikers are as disappointing as anyone and shoulder as much blame. And yes I include Kenny Miller too.

2.) 25 Feb 2017 13:05:38
Our forward line is worse than the defence by a country mile imo.



21 Feb 2017 09:42:27
What are fellow Bears' thoughts on reports that Alan Irvine is being touted as a possible new manager? Don't know that much about him other than ex-West Brom manager but he doesn't seem to have a great CV. Also, do you think we will or shoud go for McInnes or Wright?


1.) 21 Feb 2017 10:42:43
New reports saying Rangers aren't even considering him. That'll be the end of that one, thankfully.

2.) 22 Feb 2017 14:15:50
I know his brother, no truth in that whatsoever.

3.) 22 Feb 2017 16:42:26
id like mcinnes in for us he has great man management skills and would put us above the rest and he would do untill we got the fat rats contracts out of the way



19 Feb 2017 22:08:28
I've been saying for months give youth a chance but mocked on here. Well now is the time. Can't be any worse!


1.) 19 Feb 2017 23:11:14
Who though Doiger, we all want our team to start winning or at least playing for the jersey! We'd all love some young talent playing for us, but who?! we need 8/ 9 to replace what we have now!

2.) 19 Feb 2017 23:12:30
There must be a boy in youth team better than Halliday the guy is an imposter.

3.) 20 Feb 2017 01:27:49
Bates would be a start. What was the point in buying him if he's going to be a bench warmer to duds?

4.) 20 Feb 2017 09:21:56
I believe max ashmore plays a holding role in the U20's along with Jamie Barjonas. For me - Liam burt HAS to be getting game time now. I am worried he is going to be farmed out to Raith on loan next season when he is clearly a gifted player. Isn't Ross McCrorie supposed to be a CB or DM now?

5.) 20 Feb 2017 09:31:10
I agree, give Burt, Bates and Rudden some game time! get them adjusted to the rigours of 1st team football. U never know t might actually inject some youthful enthusiasm into this lot!

6.) 20 Feb 2017 19:04:06
whilst i would love to see youths in, imagine the scenario, getting a hard time on the park as they would still have the rest of the SH** running beside them, fans get impatient and start booing like we have recently, heads down, hide from passes etc. we need at least 6 decent players playing to allow the youth to blend and prosper, we can't brin them in expecting them to change the fortunes or attitudes or the rest of the duds round about them

7.) 20 Feb 2017 14:17:53
Maybe Burt and Bates should be chapping loudly at the door, but I've not seen anyone else who is ready for a prolonged run in this team, plus it is grossly unfair to ask a laddie to start out his fledgling career by propping up this pile of dross. We'd all love it to happen, but it's just not going to.




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27 Mar 2017 16:16:07
Can't blame the boy or his parents. Probably a good signing-on fee and decent wages given his age. Money seems to rule in football these days but as others have commented, I fear he will disappear down there never to be seen again.




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17 Mar 2017 11:27:30
I'm old enough to remember a very young and slim Denis Law making his debut for Huddersfield Town when only 16 and four years later was playing for Manchester City aged just 20, so I don't get all this stuff about easing young players in gently. Jordan Thompson is 20 now and Burt is 18. If they are good enough they are old enough. Look how many youngsters McCoist ignored and Warburton pretty well did the same. I like the sound of a midfield with Rossiter, Hyndman and Burt playing.




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09 Mar 2017 16:53:19
It actually says on SSN that he has been given permission to become Rangers' new manager. Maybe his presence on Sunday will give the players a lift even if he is in the stand.




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26 Feb 2017 11:07:15
Wagner? Richard Wagner might be better and he's deid! What happened to a high profile appointment? Right now, I'd go for Billy Davies until the end of the season at least and get wee Barry Ferguson in to assist him. Not too fussed about DOF and don't know enough about the alleged short-listed candidates.




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20 Feb 2017 22:51:31
He was probably going to vote as he forgot to do it last time. LOL





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26 Mar 2017 13:21:02
I think all of the points made are the reasons for the state of our national game now. I was born in 1951 and from the age of 3 all I wanted to do was kick a ball. Even into the 60s there were only 3 TV channels, no internet, no mobile phones.

You went to the pictures (not the movies! ) or hung about cafes and listened to music. All kids do now is play computer games or sit for hours on their phones speaking to other kids via social media.

There are many more choices now for people to pass their leisure time on a Saturday. Before I was old enough to go and follow Rangers my dad used to take me to Dens Park to watch Dundee and they would regularly get crowds of 25,000 against the like of Kilmarnock or Motherwell and full houses of 35,000 against the Old Firm.

Finally, there are some good young kids but they are not getting a chance. I've posted that many times on here and still Burt, Thompson, Hardie form the current crop haven't been given a chance.




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21 Mar 2017 11:19:14
Bring back young Hardie and give him a run as our main striker backed buy maybe Garner or Waghorn.




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13 Mar 2017 19:48:14
Good point Nic. With Rossiter and Kranjcar in midfield and if we can sign Hyndman that looks strong. We haven't seen what Crooks or Windass can do due to injuries. I thought Hodson did well at right back and we have young Bates as one centre back. We need to replace Kenny Miller and Clint Hill due to their ages.




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03 Mar 2017 14:56:57
Almost as bad as Sutton and his comments. Maybe they are getting scared. May I just add my thoughts on Tommy Gemmell's passing this week. I played against him as an amateur when he was about 40 years old in a Sunday morning football game. Scary! Great, attacking left back though.




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02 Mar 2017 18:34:52
Rangers' lawyers withdrew their request for the production of more incriminating documents concerning Green, Fatley and co. but can go back to court again. Maybe Red Bull will come in and we can completely re-brand the club's shirts and logos and leave Fatley with nowhere to go! My god, Green, Whyte and the others were crooks!