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15 Jan 2018 13:18:49
Tyler Roberts Close but off with bid for Jones according to some Rangers pages, same pages that broke Cummings yesterday before airport pics started surfacing.


1.) 16 Jan 2018 13:43:12
We should offer them O'Halloran and £300K. Their evaluation is way off the mark at £1m. But a player and cash seems fair for both teams. Important to keep a good relationship with Killie as they are one of the few teams who never bladed us when we were at our weakest. A percentage of future transfer fee should be availible for Ayeshire's finest.



14 Jan 2018 16:21:34
Various Rangers Facebook pages posting that a loan to buy deal for Cummings is very close.


1.) 14 Jan 2018 18:21:07
He is now in Glasgow

2.) 14 Jan 2018 18:30:05
Seen that fifepl, hope we get the deal done without any snags.




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09 Sep 2018 20:18:06
Not Rangers related lads but I'd encourage anyone interested to watch All or Nothing Man City on Amazon, it's absolutely brilliant.

My opinion of City has changed massively after watching this doc. Money is a massive part of their success yes but the infrastructure that the owner has put in place is impressive and the interaction between players and fans, in particular younger fans is class. The chairman is great too and his relationship with Pep and the players seems solid.

What do you all think of this concept? I would love to see us do something like this in the future but I think there's a fine line between a fly on the wall documentary and reality tv - as I'm sure we'll see when comparing this presentation to Joey Bartons journey at Fleetwood which is a recipe for disaster.


1.) 09 Sep 2018 20:23:59
He's had a great start tbf.

2.) 09 Sep 2018 21:29:40
That's true mate but from what I understand this project hasn't been commissioned and therefore if they want to sell the product I'd imagine it would have to have an element of controversy and dare I say some staging for it to be picked up. Amazon approached City and as a result the club had all the control over the output.



13 Aug 2018 19:02:06
What a difference a few weeks make eh boy. Solankie was our beacon of hope with Morelos all but written off. Now with 3 goals in 4 games for el Buffalo and his game vastly imoroved with regafds to his link up play and attitide the tone of Solankie related posts have totally changed. Do we need him? Is he even that good? Etc etc

Absolutely chuffed with wee Moreloes recent form and long may it continue, if it does there is no point in going after Solankie IMO as we should be looking at Lafferty to play second fiddle to the wee man this season with Umar also there for cover/ rotation . 3 strikers when we only play 1 up is sufficient IMO.


1.) 13 Aug 2018 20:08:02
Morelos on Current form could do a job for Watford Brighton and those other premier league lower teams.

2.) 13 Aug 2018 21:26:16
Or more importantly us STB 😁.

3.) 13 Aug 2018 22:34:26
Morelos is going to be massive.



09 Aug 2018 23:35:37
That is the first time in a long time I have heard our home support absolutely buzzing during such a tense period of a tight game. Just after the penalty in the second half we had a really good spell of possession and pressure and rather than tension coming from the support we were all signing and roaring the team on. Terrific support and night and day compared to the home game against Shkupi. There's a definite optimism from the fans and credit to the gaffer and player for creating such a welcomed feeling. it's been a while 😂.


1.) 10 Aug 2018 06:34:52
That’s the way the atmosphere should be at every home game, Kat night The was frightening at times 💙⚽️❤️.

2.) 10 Aug 2018 06:57:09
Last night the noise was frightening at time☝️.



07 Jul 2018 11:41:25
Really pleased with the performance last night. Thought Katic and Goldson looked really good, at last we have an imposing centre half pairing who look comfortable with the ball at feet and composed defending overall particularly in the air. Thought our pressing higher up the pitch was good too, Arfield looks like a player who'll link our midfield and attack and McCrorie done a good job sitting deep and braking up play. A hood balance to our team and credit to the young lads who came on, particularly Middleton who did exactly what any good winger should do and beat his man and put the ball into dangerous areas in the box for his two assists. The tempo never dropped when we made changes which shows we have a hungry group of players all fighting for starts. Early days but encouraging signs.


1.) 07 Jul 2018 13:15:11
Think you do need to factor in the poor side we were up against

2.) 07 Jul 2018 14:36:01
You can only play against the team that’s up against you. It was good to see Gerrard still demanded a lot from the players even when they were 4 and 5 nil up. Another thing that I thought was positive was how Morelos and Docherty seemed to be getting along well after the carry on with them at the end of the season.

3.) 07 Jul 2018 15:55:27

Yeah that’s fine saying that in a meaningful match. However Rangers chose Bury a team in the 4th tier of English football. I don’t think you can really read to much into a performance against such a poor side

4.) 07 Jul 2018 16:13:56
Your a right breath of fresh air Arthur

5.) 07 Jul 2018 18:19:36
Arthur jeez man! Remember last season we played such a poor side and they put us out of Europe? We played well last night end of and as a previous poster said we can only beat what's in front of us but we did it well right across the park! I for one are seeing signs this early that there is fight there which we never had signs of at any point past few seasons! Yes I'm optimistic and yes I know they'll be ups and downs this season but can we not just agree as fans that last night we played well ( even after the influx of substitutions) and as time goes on with a few more additions the fight for places will only get better!

6.) 07 Jul 2018 20:08:44

Too many people get carried away on here. The same was said about how good certain players were during pre season matches against Sheff Wed and Watford. People on here saying how great Cardoso was. Bury are in the 4th tier of English football and it’s nothing special to beat them. All I’m saying is for people not to get carried away. I don’t see what’s wrong with that?

7.) 07 Jul 2018 21:30:29
The most encouraging thing about last night was we did exactly what we should be doing to teams like Bury and that's hammering them. Under previous managers the players would have went through the motions at 2/ 3 nil. Every player that started and came on kept the tempo Stevie G set and that shows something we've lacked for a few seasons now. hunger and discipline. Every fan knows the opposition is weak but that doesn't take away from the fact that signs are there that this squad has a new attitude under our new manager. Looks like every player has worked hard on fitness this pre season and are ready to compete with one and other for starting places this coming season



29 May 2018 08:55:54
I'm thinking Mcgregor will ultimately turn out to be our moat important signing this summer. An experienced centre half is a must, another centre half from the spfl like Soutar or Mckenna would be good alongside them with Alves and Wilson from the youth team providing sufficient cover - If need be McCrorie can play there too. But with the whole new look centre half pairing, whoever they are, Mcgregor will be the key component to the entire defence IMO. Wes has done well for us over the past few season but Mcgregor is a different class. He's commanding, vocal and will organise the back 4 in a way that Wes has failed to do in his entire time with Rangers. His shot stopping is not in question and I'm sure he'll win us points this season on that alone but the calming influence he'll have by coming for crosses and talking his defence through the game will make us much better defensively that we've been in a long time. For me he comes in as the best keeper in Scotland by a mile and if Stevie Gerrard is looking for a leader on and off the park them Mcgregor is the man imo. Must be captain.


1.) 29 May 2018 11:44:52
Well said JM22, but I've never been a fan of a goalkeeper as captain. I'd hope that Jack or Dorrans might have grown into that role and to be fair, Jack has hardly had a chance due to his injury.

2.) 29 May 2018 16:42:43
I would personally give it to Rossiter if the lad stays injury free. No point giving the captincy to a guy who can't complete a handful of games without picking up another suspension. Just my opinion lads.

3.) 29 May 2018 17:30:47
I'm usually of the same opinion doiger with regards to captain, like to have a centre half or central midfielder but just feel Mcgregor can be a terrific influence both on and off the pitch with his experience and mentality. I look at who we have right now and he is the best candidate imo. Jack hasn't had a full season under his belt, Dorrans hasn't inspired at all and Rossiter hasn't even played a full 90 minutes in 2 seasons.




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02 Aug 2018 17:29:22
Totally agree Jboy.

Giving Kent game time over one of our own players like young Middleton doesn't sit well with me.

I wasn't too impressed with Kent in his debut and I've been nothing but impressed with Middleton since he's came into the team so I'd be disappointed to see the young man held back in favour of fulfilling our obligation to Liverpool in helping develop Kent by playing him regularly this season.

Solankie on the other hand is a different beast. He'd instantly come into the league as probably the top striker, with Dembele as the only argument therefore if we could get him I would. Similar to the loan signings of Keane and Bellamy that Celtic pulled off a good few years ago. Couldn't afford the fee or wages to secure the player long term but the opportunity to get such a class of player on loan was too good to pass up.




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17 Jun 2018 19:30:55
His goalscoring record at Stoke is shocking and his temperament was poor at WBA from what I cam recall. However the boy is talented and the right manager could get a tune out of him I'm sure. Not sure he's worth the gamble in all honesty. Solankie wouod be a less risky move imo.




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09 Jun 2018 19:26:15
I'd like to see us go after John Soutar. The boy is class and has huge potential in terms of ability and sell on value. Caulker is a risk but no doubt he's got the quality to play for us. If we started the season with Goldson, Soutar and/ or Caulker with Alves as backup and McCrorie also capable of playing centre half I'd be happy. Mcgregor will be key to our defence improving too.




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16 May 2018 17:23:36
What's more unbelievable than this rumour is that Lucas Leiva is only 31! He's been around forever




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12 Feb 2018 08:27:56
OK supercooper, you've convinced me. I'll buy an ugly top out of blind loyalty. What a blinkered view you have. As if any fan NEEDS to buy the strip because it has the badge 😂





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07 Oct 2018 18:35:12
Really? After a 3-1 win against a Hearts team who've been on fire, you have a go about substitutions. Unbelievable.




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14 Sep 2018 12:11:47
Our season started in July and we played 4 European ties before Aberdeen so my point makes perfect sense BJ. Jack was excellent home and away to Osijek and played well in the Aberdeen game before going off injured but he's been average since he's returned. Anyone who think otherwise must be watching a different player.




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13 Sep 2018 12:42:42
Jack has been poor since the Aberdeen game. Started the season well with a couple of standout performances but if I had to pick a 3 man midfield he's be behind Coulibaly, Arfield, Rossiter, Dorrans and Ejaria in that order.




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09 Sep 2018 21:29:40
That's true mate but from what I understand this project hasn't been commissioned and therefore if they want to sell the product I'd imagine it would have to have an element of controversy and dare I say some staging for it to be picked up. Amazon approached City and as a result the club had all the control over the output.




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21 Aug 2018 18:34:00
I'd drop Kent for Candeias. His work rate, direct play and effort is admiral but he's not contributed to one single goal in all the minutes he's played. Candeias gives just as much with his industrious play but he also has an excellent final delivery at times something that Kent doesn't.