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20 Mar 2017 09:59:32
I believe the interviews for our scottish / local no. 3 position, to work under pedro caixinha starts today! I'm also led to believe, that barry ferguson has his interview, for the position, today!

The other 2 candidates that are shortlisted to be interviewed, this week are seemingly, neil mccann and alex rae! We should find out who's the chosen candidate, by the end of this week!

I truly think barry ferguson will get the job! What do other bears out there think? what have you heard regarding this? Should be interesting!

Supercoopereleven

1.) 20 Mar 2017 10:07:51
@SC11 - I would have preferred Murty to have been given it. I honestly don't see what the rest bring to the club in a coaching capacity - one of the criteria that Pedro is looking for.


2.) 20 Mar 2017 12:24:32
UJ a would love to see murty involved in some way as a do believe he does deserve to be in the first team set up and would be happy to see any of the of the 3 candidates at ibrox but time will tell but things are looking good onwards and upwards


3.) 20 Mar 2017 12:44:52
Could it be that Murty will be with the first team squad and the guys being interviewed takeover Murty's old position?


4.) 20 Mar 2017 13:32:10
Murty deserves to be included in the first team coaching set up.


5.) 20 Mar 2017 14:40:05
I don't think Murty wants to be involved with the first team as i think he sees himself a nurturer of young talent and mabey with his increased rep at the club now he can push the issue to get any young guys that look like they have what it takes to be included in the 1st yeam squad.


6.) 20 Mar 2017 14:40:37
Imo Neil McCann would be an excellent choice, the guy know what he's on about had a similar job at dunfermline and only left due to bigger money deal on skysports, I do think if rangers came calling it would turn his head, just my opinion tho


7.) 20 Mar 2017 15:03:05
Tommyj79 a agree with u a think murty has been offered to stay and work with first team but has decided he's happy to continue his work with youth squad and that's prob why we are looking at other options was good to see murty out with the squad on saturday aswel and the fans reception for him was first class


8.) 20 Mar 2017 17:24:40
Graeme murty would have been a very good shout for the position UnionJack, but he wants to continue his great work coaching the under 20's! The rangers directors also want him to continue in this very important role, in what will hopefully feed our first team with very good, well coached and developed, young players! Much the same situation with kenny miller who's already doing a bit of coaching at MP, but he wants to continue playing with doing his wee bit of coaching which he's currently doing and enjoying! Kenny also would have been a good choice IMHO!


9.) 20 Mar 2017 17:40:09
I'd be happy with any one of the 3 of them, although I like Murty I want him to work with the youth it's an important job and one which I'm confident now Murty is right guy for .


10.) 20 Mar 2017 17:58:35
I'd be amazed if neil mccann got job considering he said live on sky sports that in his opinion it was a mistake giving caixinha the job.


11.) 20 Mar 2017 18:02:48
Barry for me


12.) 20 Mar 2017 18:21:47
Neil McCann has been scathing in his criticism of rangers during the past 5 years. Albeit his job means he should be impartial he has taken it to new levels. I would gladly take Barry or Alec Rae. Both have the desire and dig to support Pedro. I know its not just about being Rangers men but if that's the case why is Pedro so set in getting someone like this onboard? Answer because it's necessary. O will support 100% the decision


13.) 21 Mar 2017 10:49:07
Whilst I agree Murty did a great job in the interim role, Pedro is the manager now and specifically stated he wants an experienced coach with extensive local knowledge.

Murtys never been a coach before aside from
U20s so he wouldn't fit the role. If supercoop's shortlist is right I think Alex Rae should get it; he has good playing experience both sides of the border, has good coaching experience from his time at St Mirren and as a bonus is a dyed in the wool bluenose.

The blend of passion and experience from Pedro and Rae at murray park would be just what we need!


14.) 21 Mar 2017 11:04:56
Union Jack, the man has already said this appointment doesn't necessarily have to be involved in the coaching.


15.) 21 Mar 2017 11:22:24
What about John (bomber) brown anyone? He's a proper diehard rangers fan with coaching experience! This rangers legend has red, white and blue, running through his veins! He absolutely adores glasgow rangers!


 

 

19 Mar 2017 22:48:28
I really do wish it was possible that we could keep our young, loanee, american midfielder, emerson hyndman! Even if we can get him on an extended loan deal from bournemouth, for the full of next season!

Young hyndman is a terrific midfielder and has been outstanding for us, since joining us on loan in january! He's also scoring goals for us! He has everything in his locker to make it big in the game! I know there's absolutely no chance of us signing him permanently! He reminds me so much of a young ian durrant! I can pay young hyndman no higher compliment than that!

Supercoopereleven

1.) 20 Mar 2017 08:44:06
Wouldn't say there's no chance of us signing him permanently, but no harm in asking the question to Bournemouth. Walter Smith made a big statement when he came back by signing Steve Davis permanently, so would send out the right signals if the board backed Pedro to try and sign Hyndman.


2.) 20 Mar 2017 09:18:24
I think Hyndman comparison to Ian Durant is spot on. The young lad has been a excellent signing. I think he would jump at the chance to sign for us. Play at Bournemouth or Ibrox doesn't really compare to be fair. Sorry Bournemouth, no offence intended.

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3.) 20 Mar 2017 09:30:19
Agree about the lad but you are off your heads if you thing it really is down to the board whether or not he would sign!

Based on promise, he could get £40k per week in the EPL. do you really thing we could justify anything like that in Scotland?


4.) 20 Mar 2017 09:22:53
I think toral is playing well now too. Plays much better there than Halliday


5.) 20 Mar 2017 09:51:44
Bear2306,i doubt we could afford to sign emerson hyndman, permanently mate! I would obviously hope we could though! The 2 reasons that unfortunately we won't get hyndman permanently are that eddie howe rates him very highly and of course, like i mentioned, the high transfer fee! A wee question bear2306.How much do you think bournemouth would want for hyndman, taking into account he signed a 4 year deal with them, when he left fulham? That question is out there for all other bears also!


6.) 20 Mar 2017 09:58:21
He is returning to Bournemouth at end of season.


7.) 20 Mar 2017 17:15:09
You would think we could extend it for another season.


8.) 20 Mar 2017 18:18:13
i see the comparisons with durant also but he isn't as physical as he was but he does have everything else in the locker


9.) 21 Mar 2017 14:22:29
what is the price tag on his head does anyone know?


 

 

16 Mar 2017 01:34:41
A guy usually with good info, told me this evening, that current raith rovers manager john hughes, is one of the names the rangers board are considering, for the local assistant to work beside and assist pedro caixinha! I've absolutely no reason not to believe this guy who told me this! Big hughes certainly has experience of scottish football and knows scottish football very well! The big man is also a decent coach!

Supercoopereleven

1.) 16 Mar 2017 02:47:40
I better call his sister then


2.) 16 Mar 2017 08:33:51
John Hughes. you are deluded, so it your mate!


3.) 16 Mar 2017 08:54:28
Some crackers on here!


4.) 16 Mar 2017 22:55:09
Gmartin8,i didn't say john hughes mate, i was given the info that john hughes was one of the names under consideration! that's all the guy said, The guy DIDN'T say hughes was getting it, he only said he's under consideration for it! Try reading the post properly mate!


 

 

06 Mar 2017 00:30:35
A wee thought here guys;

If as expected ross wilson does turn rangers down, i wonder if that may change the thinking of appointing pedro caixinha as our new head coach? It was said that ross wilson had told rangers to look to appointing caixinha as head coach if he did indeed take the rangers DOF job!

If it ends up being paul mitchell as our new DOF, then he will probably want to convince our board to appoint tim sherwood as our new head coach, as he speaks very highly of sherwood! They are seemingly very close! Just a thought fellow bears?

Supercoopereleven

1.) 06 Mar 2017 10:32:08
Agree 100 % manager choice will have a lot to do with our dof appointment


2.) 06 Mar 2017 10:25:30
I'd prefer Tim sherwood than pedro caixinha. He was the spurs manager who give harry kane his chance. I just don't understand the process we seem to be following. I think your right supercoop surely the dof should appoint the coach. Maybe i'm wrong and that's not the way things are done. But I'm pretty sure les Reed appoints the coach at Southampton.


3.) 06 Mar 2017 10:53:18
Surely it makes more sense to appoint the DOF 1st then he gets a big say in who he would like to be our head coach, if it is true in what you're saying about Wilson wanting Pedro as coach but Wilson is going to turn us down then this could be another big mistake from our clueless board and also I think Tim sherwood would be a great appointment for us at this time


4.) 06 Mar 2017 12:42:07
lets get one thing clear, Tim Sherwood would be a disaster in every way imaginable.

seriously, what are you all on?


5.) 06 Mar 2017 13:15:40
On what basis would Sherwood be a disaster in every way imaginable? he's a very well thought of individual throughout the English game and I for 1 think he would be a fantastic appointment if indeed it is Paul Mitchell for the DOF role as stated above.

The DOF needs to be the man to appoint the coach he feels comfortable working with.


6.) 06 Mar 2017 19:22:32
Bluebaws, he's that well thought of he can't get a job in England, was sacked after six months in charge of Spurs and eight months at Villa. He's a complete incompetent.


7.) 06 Mar 2017 19:23:39
If he is so well thought of why has he been out of work so long?


 

 

05 Mar 2017 20:22:58
As its now looking that its most definitely a done deal, that our new head coach is going to be pedro caixinha, a quick mention about our DOF! Tell ross wilson where to go, as its very clear he doesn't want to come to us! Rangers shouldn't be held waiting in limbo, for any individual!

My 1st choice was tottenham's paul mitchell anyway! A wee pointer i'd like to throw out there to my fellow bears. I truly think that our new portuguese head coach caixinha, should not fall into the same trap as PLG! Unlike le guen did, caixinha should along with his own backroom team, make space for someone who can help him bed into our club and scottish football in general! That man i think should be graeme murty.

This would help him greatly, especially in the infancy of his rangers career! It was without doubt, PLG'S downfall not to have done this! What do you think fellow bears? Graeme murty clearly knows our club all the way through! He'd be a big help to pedro caixinha! It could help greatly, to going a long way for this appointment to be a stirring success!

Supercoopereleven

1.) 05 Mar 2017 20:38:30
SCE

Super post -

if Ross Wilson doesn't want us we don't want him .

Same for anyone else.


Your suggestion was exactly what Souness did - and he gave us Walter what about harnessing "Barry"?


2.) 05 Mar 2017 21:10:48
Great post supercoop. Graeme Murty has been a credit to the club the way he handled what was a thankless task. He would be a great asset to manager.


3.) 05 Mar 2017 21:16:54
What are the odds of Graeme Murty becoming assistant to Pedro Caixinha and Kenny Miller replacing Murty as boss of the under 20's?


4.) 05 Mar 2017 21:26:12
I agree Thorn, definitely think king Kenny will be involved as a coach in some capacity next season


5.) 05 Mar 2017 21:59:34
Agreed, great post. Not who our next boss will be but would love to keep Murty on in some capacity, even as assistant. I think it could only help to have someone there who as a bit of a insight into the club and league. I really like listening to Murty's press conferences as he talks well and is refreshingly honest. I also agree that PLG should have done something similar. He came in with his own ideas about the players he had, the league and the level of player required to win the league and was way of the mark. P. S Not Barry Ferguson for me. Don't think he could offer us anything, well maybe he could offer to pay back his ebt loans he got.


6.) 05 Mar 2017 22:02:33
Nonsense, Murty has done alright under trying conditions but get him back the the u20's pronto. The guy is still learning his trade as a coach at that level never mind our first team.


7.) 05 Mar 2017 22:42:17
SuperCooper, very harsh on the guy who wants time to think about it. After today's story then can you blame him for not being sure as no one else is sure.
You backed warburton for a full 18 month when everyone could see at end of last season he had his flaws,
you now want to back murty after 2 home wins against st Johnston and Hamiltom. I would hold my judgement till after next weekend because if rangers get a hiding then the knives shall be out for the guy. Very nice lad and speaks well but rangers managerial material I'm not so sure.


8.) 05 Mar 2017 22:46:19
Murty has always said that he prefers the development side of the game a think he nows himself he's not ready for that stage and a think he has done well and do think he should get a crack at Celtic next wek agree


9.) 05 Mar 2017 22:49:42
Supercooper my view a would like to see murty as no2 but do we no is Pedro is bringing his own no2


10.) 05 Mar 2017 23:22:56
People seem to forget Vítor Pereira and pedro caixinha turned down rangers before mw got job because they didn't get promoted!


11.) 06 Mar 2017 11:46:35
dont blame him. its hard enoug to get a manager to come to the spl never mind second tier scottish football.


12.) 06 Mar 2017 19:16:37
Lance Armstrong, how much time do you want to give ross wilson then mate? A month, what? He's had nearly 2 weeks already my friend and moved the goalposts 3 times within that 2 week time scale, regarding when he was to give us his answer! It looks like he doesn't want to come! Move on and get someone who wants to work for glasgow rangers! End of!


13.) 06 Mar 2017 19:56:01
Well least Warburton had the balls to come.


 

 

 

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13 Mar 2017 20:35:28
ED, as we're all aware now, our new manager pedro caixinha has stated he wants to appoint what he calls, a local coach, to help him bed in at rangers and the culture in this country! Its a very good idea and IMO it was the major reason PLG failed as rangers manager, by his refusal to appoint someone of a rangers understanding! So ED, could you please set up a poll on here for our fans to vote, on who they would like to assist pedro? Some of the names being banded about are, barry ferguson, graeme murty, alex rae, lee mcculloch, neil mccann, steven pressley etc!

Supercoopereleven

{Ed033's Note -


Pedro Assistant Poll


1.) 13 Mar 2017 21:52:38
maybe it's just me but what extensive coaching/ managing experience does barry ferguson or lee mculloch have?

being an ex player/ bluenose / rangers man won't do pedro much good when he wants to know in depth analysis on the systems hearts play or the formations dundee are likely to set up with at home - from
a coaching perspective wee barry wouldn't have a clue - we need to get over this passionate ex player rangers die hard being a good coach as it's just nonsense - i give you john greig

Id go for an experienced man like peter houston - just my opinion


2.) 14 Mar 2017 09:43:13
I can't believe people are voting for Ferguson.


3.) 14 Mar 2017 10:49:51
Terry Butcher is the man


4.) 14 Mar 2017 11:10:48
Murty for me


5.) 14 Mar 2017 11:33:27
Murty for me also.


6.) 14 Mar 2017 11:43:56
having read this site quite often, some of the guys who post here could do the job nae bother, or so they would like to think


7.) 14 Mar 2017 12:48:12
Murty's back to his original role with U20's, and I believe it's not an assistant manager position it's a "club assistant" I think Pedro called it. Don't think we need someone with great experience because it's not a huge role, just need someone who knows Rangers, knows the league, and will bridge a gap between the current staff and Rangers' culture and history.


8.) 14 Mar 2017 13:06:56
Kenny Miller for me and he could still play next season also.


9.) 15 Mar 2017 09:51:52
Ted jons, big Terry would be a great shout, so would Stuart McCall (but I think he might be managing Bradford) . Both have managed in this league fairly recently. I would also be happy with Alex Rae.


10.) 15 Mar 2017 13:45:12
Alex Rae ticks every box for me


11.) 15 Mar 2017 23:49:53
Got to be Kenny Miller


12.) 15 Mar 2017 23:37:49
people are asking what extensive experience has barry got . let's be clear what pedro is looking for ; he is looking for sum1 with knowladge of the game in scotland with rangers a heart to help him get used to the game up here and to get his points and stratagy across to the team.

no one is looking for barry to be the next manager or head coach but an assistant and as far as i can tell that's where most people start our their managerial careers


13.) 15 Mar 2017 23:59:24
Terry Butcher can't even tell Chris Mutton to be quiet when talking rubbish. I don't want him near our team.


14.) 15 Mar 2017 23:04:32
Barry Ferguson has managed blackpool and clyde, played at the top, knows the league and the club and would be an asset.

My choice would be lee mcculloch.


15.) 16 Mar 2017 14:03:15
i like the idea of miller as well but also like the idea or ferguson although with miller still wanting to play he would probably want a club assistant / player role aqnd could be a great supersub next year or lennon will get him for his boyhood team hibs


 

 

05 Feb 2017 22:31:17
I hope we rekindle our interest again, this summer, for the brentford attacking playmaking midfielder, jota! I've watched him in his last 2 games and he looks superb! I truly think he'll be one of the names that warburton has given the board, for next season! We have a very similar player to jota in jon toral, who's currently on loan to us from arsenal.

Toral is a smashing player and once he gets fitter he'll be a match winner for us on a lot of occasions this season! I love watching these types of players, as they can turn and win games on their own! There's a few of these players currently plying their trade in the english premier league.

David silva, mezut ozil, henrikh mkhitaryan, eden hazard etc. We are starting to see the best of mkhitaryan at man utd now. I watched this guy playing for borussia dortmund and he's a fabulous footballer with frightening pace! He's also been brilliant for his country armenia!

Supercoopereleven

1.) 06 Feb 2017 08:03:01
Time up


2.) 06 Feb 2017 08:31:30
What do we use to buy him with? Ginger bottles!


3.) 06 Feb 2017 08:51:27
Jota is contracted at brentford until 2018 so I doubt we'll be seeing him anytime soon. I really hope the board will give warbs money to invest in the squad, if not it'll cost the man his reputation, not just his job.


4.) 06 Feb 2017 11:53:48
Hopefully he gets fit soon then because he's only here for a few months, we can't afford to have unfit loan players it's a disgrace the amount of our signings this season who have been signed either unfit or injured all the time, warburton is way out his depth here and it's time for him to either chandelier his ways or walk away.


5.) 06 Feb 2017 12:33:27
Your friend warburton is away next week or the week after the clock is ticking mate and I would doubt any other managers who are lined up to replace warburton will play a different style of football to our hopeless management team at the moment

Frank de boer must be the guy to challenge Celtic and take the title away from
Them


6.) 06 Feb 2017 16:31:00
I think he's going to leave in the summer, even if we finish 2nd, I think he has been shocked at the level of criticism, now he really know what it means to manage Rangers, in any other league a draw is ok, not for rangers or Celtic, plus the players have realised this league is tougher than they thought it would be, I don't hear them saying there isn't a gap from championship level to premiership lol, because they now now the gap is much bigger than they ever realised.


7.) 06 Feb 2017 17:00:42
How do you know that southsideger? I truly believe warbs will be rangers manager at least until the end of the season mate!


8.) 06 Feb 2017 18:29:38
Not a chance mate, your telling me if we drop anymore points and get humiliated at the piggery he will be in charge till the end of the season? get real!


 

 

04 Feb 2017 23:13:23
Where is josh windass? that's my question fellow bears! At ibrox today we were all discussing this when we realised what our starting team was! what's wrong with this young man? This chopping and changing by mark warburton is not having any impact and no continuity in the team! He has to find out what his best starting eleven is! Really something warbs should have figured out long before now!

Supercoopereleven

1.) 04 Feb 2017 23:29:21
It makes no sense, the manager appears to have taken the team to his tactical limit with no signs of improvement and it's run out of luck with premiership opposition.


2.) 04 Feb 2017 23:37:56
So all week we all moan wanting changes including you and then you come on moaning that he changed the team. Strange.


3.) 04 Feb 2017 23:54:02
Supercoop, it has certainly taken you a long time to see the light about warburton, man is clueless.
I also remember you told me i would end up with egg on my face when i told you on day one that Garner was a total waste of £1.8 Mil.
Surprised none of your "contacts" marked your card on that one.


4.) 04 Feb 2017 23:55:26
Warburton doesn't know anything


5.) 05 Feb 2017 00:11:44
It absolutely amazes me! It drives me mad! That our manager will not play a formation other than this loose 4-3-3 It ain't a solid 4-3-3 with 2 of the front 3 hugging the wings and especially feel for McCay out on the left always needin up cut in due to bein right footed!

Really would like to seriously us play a 4-4-2 not sayin that we stick with that from heterosexual on in but would really like to see McCay on the right and Garner playing alongside Miller up front. Unfortunately the way Warbs sets up the team and his unwillingness to change is the main reason I can see him going at end of season.

Also can't understand why he put Hyndman in place for Halliday thought he should have stayed were he was with poss Toral or Hodson even Wilson playing DM Anyways Bears the fact King has not sanctioned deals for Hill and Miller says to me that all internal deals are off with maybe exception of McKay until the new manager comes in!

In fact I think that this reason makes it absolutely obvious that this will be the case AND Hill and Miller have prob been informed of this as they would want to know about their future. Don't think it will matter who comes in ad anus decent manager should know that Hill and Miller are needed especially due to our situation at present. SOS to Redknapp or DeBoer poss have Ferguson as assistant as too soon for Barry to take reigns totally.


6.) 05 Feb 2017 00:03:24
Its got to the stage i can't even watch MWs pressers now as they make me feel uncomfortable. its the same ild ramblings constantly.


7.) 05 Feb 2017 02:54:34
I have to assume that Windass was dropped from the bench to accommodate Halliday. Great shame if that was the case since Windass has been decent when he has come on as a substitute.


8.) 05 Feb 2017 04:23:31
Between now and end of season if all goes well can see it. Frank in charge with Ronald as assistant and Barry as first team coach. A lot of circumstances between now and May will dictate this but this is based upon a best possible scenario.


9.) 05 Feb 2017 09:28:16
Bears. What do you think would be a decent amount of Transfer Money handed over to Warbs OR as I'm slowly starting to think DeBoer come the Summer. Honest opinions Bears how much will King etc hand over? My guess is anything between 4-7m! being really optimistic on the latter but I think King held back in Jan as I feel he's lost faith in Warbs AND if he is going to bring in someone who has something about them experience etc then before taking job they will want assurances of a Transfer Fund and if its someone like DeBoer I personally can't see him coming unless 5-6m is garunteed. Money may be the only reason Warbs stays IF we are that hard up but got a feelin King etc have the means and or a future investor is being lined up. Not in La La Land Bears really do think and feel this is going to happen!


10.) 05 Feb 2017 11:39:31
I could well end up with egg on my face but, I think our gaffer is losing the dressing room. I said it after the hearts game that we will struggle for second place. We are 9 games away from the split and in 3rd, on goal difference. Aberdeens good well better than ours with a game in hand. 24 games in and a long way to go.


 

 

02 Feb 2017 13:48:25
Ed, can you please run a poll to gauge all our opinions, of whom should replace mark warburton, as rangers manager, if indeed it does come to pass? I'll mention some likely managers names, and if you can think of anymore you can add them to the poll list! Here's the names-derek mcinnes, stuart mccall, frank de boer, billy davies, gio van bronckhurst, alan pardew, michael laudrup, harry redknapp, garry monk, chris coleman, davie moyes! Will be very interesting!

Supercoopereleven

{Ed033's Note -


Next Rangers Manager poll.


1.) 02 Feb 2017 14:22:49
What about Neil Lennon!?
Doing a great job!


2.) 02 Feb 2017 16:05:11
Good poll. seems like there is some support for MW despite the naysayers on here!


3.) 02 Feb 2017 17:25:24
Good poll? are you serious?

Only about 3 of them would be obtainable, the rest are pie in the sky at this moment in time


4.) 02 Feb 2017 17:29:18
Not naysayers mate but some of u won't criticise Warburton no matter what. The guys a poor excuse for a manager how many times does he make a tactical change to change a game? Oh yeah that's right plan b is plan a better?


 

 

27 Jan 2017 09:35:49
Mark warburton again today saying that there's a lot of terrific talented young players, up here in scotland! Why is he not attempting to sign livingston midfielder Mathew knox and falkirk left back tony gallacher? Two players who are very talented and have a big future in the game!

Supercoopereleven

1.) 27 Jan 2017 10:37:47
Know made it very apparent he didn't want to leave Livi. Gallacher is being watched by a lot of big teams, we wouldn't stand a chance of getting either.


2.) 27 Jan 2017 11:08:59
Both would be terrific signings for the future, but both are being head hunted by the top teams in the EPL. Don't think we'll manage to get either of them unfortunately.


3.) 27 Jan 2017 11:35:27
We could get players with potential if there was a genuine route to the first team. We know first and foremost they must be good enough but if MW was giving youth its chance then others maybe prepared to follow.


4.) 27 Jan 2017 14:53:59
I think if our youths were good enough, they'd get their chance! It's all about opinions. any suggestions who's good enough atm? Not looking for the usual names that are struggling at their loan clubs.


5.) 27 Jan 2017 14:49:41
Guys, we have to go and ask questions as in regards to the clubs both mathew knox and tony gallacher play for! If you don't ask you don't get! Pursue it for god's sake! They can only say no!


 

 

 

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23 Mar 2017 16:51:27
It's only between 3 candidates now, ie. barry ferguson, bomber brown and peter lovenkrands! Still can't see past baz! I think he's an absolute stick on, to get the rangers no. 3 job!

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22 Mar 2017 15:46:20
Thebluevoice, for the record mate, richard gough won more trophies as rangers captain, than barry ferguson did mate!

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22 Mar 2017 10:32:31
Thebluevoice, i don't think any candidate for our no.3 role, will be chosen and announced until early next week mate! Although i do hope you're right, because the quicker he's chosen the better! Every bear has they're own opinion on who they want it to be! For me its barry ferguson all the way! But of course if it happens to be john (bomber) brown or alex rae or neil mccann, then i will also get behind them, and give them my full backing, totally!

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22 mar 2017 10:31:46
people forget that barry ferguson always put the club he adores before himself everytime! remember the injections he took weekly into his pelvis? just one of many things he risked his health for, which was all for glasgow rangers! barry ferguson is a winner! we can't ever have enough of these guys at our club! plain and simple!

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21 Mar 2017 19:36:08
Superbly written wee-ecky! I'm with you all the way regarding barry ferguson mate! I've also met baz at numerous supporters functions and always found him extremely approachable and pleasant to speak to! I actually sponsored barry ferguson's home clyde shirt for his 1st full year at clyde!

I paid 80 quid to become his home shirt sponsor! I had always tried to sponsor his rangers home shirt when he was at ibrox but he was sponsored by a company from harthill that i know rather well, ie. curtis insulation! They kept renewing their sponsorship with baz every season, so i couldn't become his shirt sponsor, while he was at rangers!

In fact i even lost out to curtis insulation yet again, when he moved to blackburn rovers! Baz was a big favourite of mine and was one helluva captain and midfielder, for the famous glasgow rangers! The greatest of his generation, BAR NONE! I really do hope that baz is, coming home!

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23 mar 2017 15:49:16
here here jls! davie cooper was one of my all time favourites! what a footballer with a world class left peg! i cried my eyes out when i heard the sad news that dc had sadly passed away at the tender age of 39,way back in 1995! gone but will never be forgotten! we will never forget this magician of a footballer that we know by the name of, "super cooper"!

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22 Mar 2017 17:33:43
James stirling, nobody is saying that allan mcgregor should have been wanting to play for us in the lower leagues! He could have at least stayed and got the club he professes to love (my rectum) a transfer fee, no matter how small a fee it was! They would have still been leaving if they wanted to after all! So my friend i'm also rangers through and through and i would have differed from you if i had the privilege, of playing for glasgow rangers! I would at the very least IF i were to leave at all, wanted to get the club as much of a transfer fee as they could, for me! You james stirling have got a different view on rangers through and through, to me my friend! They deserters couldn't wait to jump from a very special football club, that was very good to them! Try and understand that, will you?

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22 Mar 2017 15:58:30
I agree with your choice totally bongo! Stevie davis for me (if only)! We can but dream mate! He's a smashing midfielder!

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22 Mar 2017 15:44:00
Allan mcgregor, kyle lafferty, stevie naismith, steven whittaker and co made their bed and sure as hell can lie in it! Don't want any of these anywhere near glasgow rangers, ever again!

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21 Mar 2017 19:33:34
Barry ferguson ticks EVERY box for me, mate! He wasn't a great player you say! IMHO that's absolute nonsense! He was the best scottish midfielder to come out of scotland in the last quarter of a century! that's how highly i rated barr ferguson my friend!

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