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22 May 2020 10:15:11
Brother in law paid for tickets for St Mirren away game that was cancelled.
Emailed them regarding a refund, but never received a reply, anyone else having same problem.
No way he’s letting St Mirren keep his money after the way they voted.


1.) 22 May 2020 10:45:52
Because its Rangers they will get away with it. Remember every law suit damages every club in the league.

2.) 22 May 2020 11:24:30
seeker, you believe that then you must believe in fairies, rangers offered to pay for the last one, you sound like doncaster and maclelland.

3.) 22 May 2020 13:30:17
It's quite common for a business to operate at a loss, lots of big companies carry a manageable debt that can be offset with the security of assets.
If rangers run at a loss of 10-12m per season one large transfer fee will offset that debt.
Celtic done this with the sales of Van Dick, Dembele and most probably Edouard.
Michael Stewart also talking about wage deferrals! Mikey Look up the word deferral ya muppet! Wages are deferred and will be paid back over the course of the next season so, If rangers want to spend some money on Acquiring a potential future asset then what the Fu*K has it got to do with you ya roaster!

4.) 22 May 2020 14:28:09
Well written yogi.

5.) 22 May 2020 18:38:01
nice one yogi.



17 May 2020 21:20:57
Castore kit deal if as reported £20m obviously means Ashley wasn’t prepared to match their offer hence he’s now gone.
Just hoping this deal was not set artificially high so Ashley would Bow out.
If this is how deals been structured can only be bad news for fans as Price of kits and other merchandise Are going to be set high to cover any shortfalls Castore may have to offset by bidding to high to get rid of Ashley.


1.) 17 May 2020 21:40:06
One of the castore founding brothers said in his RTV interview with james bisgrove today, that the price of the new rangers kits WON'T be expensive for our supporters to buy and will fall into line like the price of football kits in general. Bluebrother go on to YouTube and watch the 26 minute interview for yourself and you will find out about our new partnership with castore.

2.) 18 May 2020 00:06:09
My goodness blue . we get great news and you manage to spin it as bad . 😔.

3.) 18 May 2020 08:18:54
The more you sit down and think of our new kit deal with castore, the more for me anyway, thinks this is definitely the best way for us to go! Castore have given us a minimum of £25million over 5 years with royalties and bonuses to go on top of that.

This new kit deal IS looking like the biggest deal EVER, in scottish football. Castore are going to be making bespoke rangers kits which will be unique to our club only, that most definitely appeals to me big time. Unless you're barcelona,
real madrid, man utd or liverpool etc, adidas and nike don't really bother too much regarding other clubs in much smaller leagues that they make TEMPLATE kits for!

I personally, would much rather have a kit manufacturer who didn't mass produce for a string of clubs, than kit manufacturers like nike and adidas who will mass produce template kits for teams in smaller leagues, because they only care about the exposure from big clubs in the much bigger leagues and that's the just of it!

Whereas castore will take a very limited amount of clubs under their wing and manufacture quality, bespoke kits, for the clubs they partner! Just think about this fellow bears. I'm really delighted we've teamed up with castore now!
The quality of our kits will be better than anything in scottish football by a mile!

4.) 18 May 2020 08:54:04
The price of football strips are a joke anyway. Far too expensive.

5.) 18 May 2020 09:44:21
they are expensive generally but let's be honest what other shirt would you buy that lasts a season and well beyond. i bought my daughter a shirt since she was 8 years old and started to show an interest in the famous. she has had one every year ever since and shes turning 30 next month. she has asked for the usual present so hoping it comes to the shops asap so she can get it as well. its not just a shirt, its a badge of honour that stands out like no other.

6.) 18 May 2020 10:09:37
Quality upmarket Sports Brand with top Investors. Targeting Formula 1 Market, well established in Athletics. The deal also looks good for us financially and I expect the quality to be excellent too. What is more, it is a British Company and we should be giving priority to supporting UK Companies to rebuild the Economy!

7.) 18 May 2020 11:39:17
Just hope we can get quality players to fill these quality strips lol.

8.) 18 May 2020 13:48:59
I know Molsgoals. Ashley gone and a reported £25m shirt deal, considering we just lost to SD in court, and Hummel bowing out without a whimper. this deal sounds to good to be true, considering where we were Around January as regards a shirt deal.

I’m just thinking of the saying if something sounds to good to be true, it usually is.

9.) 18 May 2020 14:05:45
I’ll admit I was pretty underwhelmed by the prospect of Castore purely because they haven’t produced strips previously so you’ve nothing to compare to. New Balance for instance were touted and the quality of their kits is very good. However, if the deal reported is true then ultimately it boils down to money and the figures reported are very good for us. Hopefully they back up the good deal with good quality strips.

10.) 18 May 2020 16:40:50
Man united jersey sells for £72.

11.) 18 May 2020 16:53:14
Jees, coop, you change your opinion to suit whatever is happening. I've never heard you saying that you would prefer a kit manufacturer that didn't produce for a string of other clubs ever before. Make your mind up.



14 Mar 2020 08:58:48
Friends wife works in sky call centre Livingston. says they have been inundated with calls from folk wanting a reduction, or just cancelling altogether, mainly English punters. Just wondering how this could effect epl clubs financially if they can’t honour their contract.
Obviously hurting sky, can’t see them just taking the hit, if it’s epl decision to cancel games.


1.) 14 Mar 2020 11:11:25
Good shout Bluebrother, might give them a call today or try get a better deal 👍.

2.) 14 Mar 2020 13:40:48
Oaft, never thought about that, paying for Sky sports and watching, well, zero sports.

3.) 14 Mar 2020 16:14:13
Sky shall have more money in the bank than all clubs put together. 10 million customers average of 70 pound per person per month. More worried about our position if we don't have any more games this season.



27 Dec 2018 18:57:15
Where are the squad going for the couple of week shutdown.
Do them good to get a bit warm weather training for the final push.


1.) 27 Dec 2018 19:33:10
Think I seen online they are to have some time off before a training camp in Tenerife, then it’s straight into the cup game!

2.) 27 Dec 2018 23:42:45
They need time off time away from things to refresh.




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04 Jun 2020 09:53:35
Jyf. no point going on about Desmond or Celtic running the show when rangers board vote for them to be awarded champions.
Empty vessels make the most noise. Rangers backdown at the first hurdle certainly made them look like a big empty vessel.
Shouting for weeks about dossiers that will bring Spfl down, only to make themselves look like fools when all the dossier contained was hearsay nonsense.
No backbone, no fight, no chance of any respect when they run away with their tails between their legs, when the big boys flex their muscles.




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28 Mar 2020 09:32:41
Try Celtic pages bluebilly.




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11 Mar 2020 21:04:36
Yass22.far fetched investors, rather than Far East investors., sounds more plausible.




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28 Dec 2019 23:18:34
Bellshilllad, an ex youth captain filling you in who coming in.
And below a customer on holiday from down south, filling you in who’s leaving.
To much sherry in your Christmas trifle me thinks.




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10 Dec 2019 19:42:55
No saying Defoe is not a good player but paying thousands a week, for a guy to sit mainly on the bench imo is not good business.
Surely better using his wage on a younger striker with a sell on value.





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05 Jul 2020 16:52:38
I think s arfield would make a good captain. got a bit dig needed to get the team going, loves a moan, thrives under pressure, and not afraid to to let teammates know to get the finger out.




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05 Jul 2020 12:08:02
I agree Tav is a great footballer, but there’s players that can play well and also inspire cajole, or kick ass when required, great captains have this ability.
Sorry fo me tav doesn’t have these qualities required.
In fact I think the pressures of captaincy effects his performance when things are not going to plan.




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05 Jul 2020 10:33:59
SGL. or Gerrard is to stubborn to admit he made the wrong choice when picking his captain.
A big ego can make you think you can do no wrong and he’s hoping through time to be proved right.
Unfortunately he doesn’t have time to indulge his ego. He has to admit his mistake and appoint a new captain, need to be more ruthless this season.
Tav is not captain material.




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01 Jul 2020 21:04:05
This sports direct stores have exclusive rights to seek Castore tops must be fake news.
There’s no way the board would try and pull a stunt like this. very disappointed if they have.




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29 May 2020 17:40:41
I agree lads, just saying it’s nice to see although you have had your disagreements lately. that you can still show a bit civility towards each other when the banter gets a bit heated.