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19 Apr 2019 11:52:46
So Soton interested in Arfield? As good as he is would let go and use his and Morelos money to Allow SG to buy Kent and decent forward. Plus hopefully more. SG stamp on team as it were.

Millerbrandwilson

1.) 19 Apr 2019 12:29:20
We don’t have any money from Morelos, he is still a rangers player, why do people insist on planning where the ‘Morelos money’ should be spent if we don’t even have it?


2.) 19 Apr 2019 12:42:59
Miller, what is the fascination with Kent, contributes much less than Arfield.
Worth about three million at the most, is on 30k a week at Liverpool. We won't even pay half that.


3.) 19 Apr 2019 12:43:12
SG stamp on team? Did he no sign near 45 players between last summer and January?


4.) 19 Apr 2019 16:11:26
MBW - sounds like a dyslexic car lol

Arfield is our main midfielder and probably the only one, at the moment, who can bully and outplay broonie. So IMHO he is one that SG will definitely not be letting go. Whatever monies he got for him would it be enough to bring in a midfield powerhouse, and who is it? Stephen Davies is not the same type of player - on his day, he is far superior to both, but we all know that he is not there yet - hopefully he will but I would like to see both playing for us.

Remember, ALL managers keep their good players, and sell their dross, and any good ones that do go should go only for exorbitant costs.


5.) 19 Apr 2019 16:55:00
You made it up now not!


6.) 19 Apr 2019 17:27:34
Brandmillerwilson - made up wot?


7.) 20 Apr 2019 08:50:05
Morelos is going to be a 40 goal a season player starting next season none of hos pish this time or gerrard will drop him we can't sellnour best player ciz of indicupline he will never be like that again his worst season for cards in his life won't happen again.


8.) 20 Apr 2019 11:20:44
Cato, as so called Rangers man, BMW is not as you put it a car, but initials MILLER, BRAND, WILSON, one best rangers front lines ever, way before my time, but a team my father ingrained in me.
Niven Shearer Caldow Grieg
McKinnon Baxter Scott McMillan
Millar Brand Wilson.


 

 

07 Jan 2019 16:42:11
Read on phone Sone Aluko might be coming back. Not sure bout that.

Millerbrandwilson

1.) 07 Jan 2019 17:28:17
Nah mate.
I would like this but basically he liked a tweet about Defoe coming in and fans were on about him coming too.
Nothing in this one unfortunately.


 

 

17 Oct 2018 23:06:23
The Lafferty debacle is an incident to show SFA and others their anti Rangers ad hoc decisions don't mean a damn to us. We could play women's team and still gub Accies.

Millerbrandwilson

1.) 17 Oct 2018 23:53:11
This kind on entitlement is why folk end up near suicidal and want managers sacked when we lose a game.

We need to play well on Sunday, no messing about, it is a must win on the road. We’ve been poor away from home and we need to prove a point.

Ps. Lafferty issue has hee haw to to wirh the SFA. While I agree they are complete clowns, I don’t really see the connection.


2.) 18 Oct 2018 01:16:51
Don't quite understand you. It's nothing to do with the SFA and it does mean a damn, we're without our back up striker for an important game. We haven't won away from home this season.


3.) 18 Oct 2018 06:35:53
We probably thought that at livingston. Need to start putting away points on the board ASAP.


4.) 18 Oct 2018 11:13:03
I agree Sunday is a must-win against Accies. Also, with celtic playing Hibs and the Sheep playing Hearts somebody has to drop points on Saturday. Then Spartak at home followed by the Sheep. An important week coming up! Am I right in assuming that the top 2 from each Europa League group qualify for the knockout stage plus 8 dropping down from the Champions League?


5.) 18 Oct 2018 13:27:50
Bang on Doiger, top two making 24 teams and eight 3rd place teams from champions league making it the 32.Eufa knew what they were doing with that set up, just in case any big teams struggle and end up 3rd, give them another bite of the cherry, when your out of Europe, you should stay out, hit your not good enough to qualify hey Ho don't worry we will accommodate you in the Europa league, they actually get two chances, if they don't qualify for the Champions league in their last play off they drop into the europa league, if they do qualify and get gubbed and manage 3 points against some Diddy team they then finish 3rd and low and behold still in Europe, they could basically lose 5 matches get 3 points and go in the Europa, then take in to account they lose their last two qualifying play of games, they have then lost seven matches but can still go in the Europa. Makes pure sense eh. Sorry for going on, I just think when your out then your out.


6.) 18 Oct 2018 14:14:59
They can't lose seven games buz, they either lose the playoff or the group games. They can't lose both🙃👍.


7.) 18 Oct 2018 15:36:01
We pay. Lafferty wages. Time to concentrate on club football.


8.) 18 Oct 2018 18:41:04
Thanx for correcting me Coldo, I actually did work it out they could lose one qualifying game say 1-0 and win the other, say 2-0 Yes they can lose six games, thanx for puting me right mate.


9.) 18 Oct 2018 20:05:39
Buz, we got to the uefa cup final on the back of finishing 3rd in the champs group stage. Sort of makes your rant and sarcastic reply look ironically stupid🙃👍. Always happy to help👍.


10.) 18 Oct 2018 20:10:34
I agree Buz if you get knocked out of whatever competition you are that should be that. It just makes it harder for the teams that aren't good enough for champs league, if they didn't drop into europa then it would kinda be a more level playing field.


11.) 18 Oct 2018 20:42:29
As a bluenose of 45 years+ I don't undersatnd this Accies game is a must win. I genuinely don't remember a game tbat wasn't a must win. Even friendlies.


12.) 18 Oct 2018 21:04:58
Coldo I don't think it does make his comment stupid, whether we dropped in or not is irrelevant, it should be if you get knocked out then your out. I also don't see how you are helping with a sarcastic comment of your own 👍.


13.) 18 Oct 2018 23:10:59
Jordy, its ironic to moan about a process that gave us our most memorable european run to date, therefore I find it stupid to moan about it. To say that its irrelevant whether we dropped in or not is also a stupid thing to say because if it wasn't for the 3rd place drop then we would never have reached the uefa cup final. So of course its relevant👍.


14.) 19 Oct 2018 00:19:57
My point is I don't care whether we dropped in or not, I am glad we got the opportunity. I feel it should be changed though, it's not stupid to say it's irrelevant just because that's your opinion. Simple question, would you like Rangers to get to a europa league final at some point ever again?

I am sure your answer is yes but it's never going to happen with teams dropping in from the champions league. The reason I am saying it's irrelevant is because it doesn't change my opinion on the setup. These big rich clubs are only getting richer, dropping into europa league they still get to make money for getting knocked out of the champs league. Put it this way if it changed and Rangers got into champs league, finished third and that was us out of Europe, I wouldn't be happy about being out of Europe but I think it would be fair.


15.) 19 Oct 2018 01:13:04
3rd placed champs league teams are not the reason that will stop Rangers getting to another uefa cup final jordy15, c'mon be serious. There are plenty of teams from germany, france, italy, england etc who's teams don't play champs league that have far bigger resources than us and have much better squads than us. Taking away the 3rd place drop will not make it any easier for us. Have you saw some of the teams in this years uefa cup who have not played in the champs league this year? Be serious👍.


16.) 19 Oct 2018 07:17:36
Coldo

How was that our most memorable European run to date.
What about 1972?
That is our most memorable European run if you ask me.


17.) 19 Oct 2018 13:40:30
Most recent😩👍.


18.) 19 Oct 2018 15:32:15
Coldo I don't expect us to get to the final again, I didn't suggest that either . All I am saying is it makes a highly improbable chance almost impossible, by allowing even bigger and better teams to drop in to the Europa league. Your not wrong, I am not right it's just that's my opinion, that I think teams should compete in the competition they qualify for and once they are out they are out.


 

 

28 Aug 2018 22:21:24
I'm going to be first to say it. Where do we fit Tav into side? At best you could say flying wing back but full back he ain't. If SG doesn't use wingback he might be relegated to bench. Nice cover to have. Could he be foil on right for new left winger?

Millerbrandwilson

1.) 29 Aug 2018 06:04:14
i’d put him at RM in front of flanno

i’d also play 4-4-2 which is unheard of these days but it works

not every game obv, but i think the Rangers should play 2 up top where possible.


2.) 29 Aug 2018 06:17:37
Just as well your not the manager Trev a think ink we are more affective 4-5-1 wing play that's where we play our best football.


3.) 29 Aug 2018 08:39:11
We ain’t going to bench our captain!


4.) 29 Aug 2018 10:39:46
Ufa played most of their team on the left to over load tav, if tav isn't there they have no plan!


5.) 29 Aug 2018 13:57:52
Are we turning against Tav again? Sorry just trying to keep up with the fickle nature of posts on here - He is our captain, our first choice right back, he's been on good form, he's also worth quite a bit and we can't afford to replace him. That is all.


 

 

17 Aug 2018 12:02:27
On a different note. Has any news broke on Rangers need, desire or scope to enlarge Ibrox, perhaps by adding tiers to Centenary stand or each end. Must be scope.

Millerbrandwilson

1.) 17 Aug 2018 12:34:59
My understanding is we could add to govan stand, not either end as they are, also think we can do away with screens and add seats.


2.) 17 Aug 2018 13:10:29
Just as long as there's no disco lights getting added.


3.) 17 Aug 2018 13:22:47
I do agree Ibrox is certainly needing some upgrading and the Govan being extended would be my preference. Although let’s get club back to winning first and the rest will take care of itself 🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧.


4.) 17 Aug 2018 13:43:54
We should remove the screens and add seats. I'd imagine it would take capacity to at least 55k. Surely the most economical option to begin with. Screens could go on large frames in the space between Copland and Broomloan and main stand.


5.) 17 Aug 2018 15:08:56
I'd love to see Ibrox capacity raised by around 5k as long as it was for the home support can't afford a season ticket and general sale you often get left fighting for the scraps.


6.) 17 Aug 2018 16:13:07
I'm still waiting on this casino.


7.) 19 Aug 2018 15:00:05
I would love an extra tier on Broomie, Copland and Govan to make the Megabrox! Imagine about 75,000 bears for person games and big Euro nights!


 

 

 

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10 Oct 2019 23:41:56
Fragility confidence! Clarke has been found out in five games. Three scored against 15.Dont like going off gers but that gash has to be discussed. The Scotland marking was worst I've ever seen and this has to be put down to Clarke. This is international standard football now buddy, not plastic pitch, long ba` rubbish. Finally, Mulgrew should never be near a Scotland strip again.

Millerbrandwilson

1.) 11 Oct 2019 06:28:28
We / Scotland should have appointed scott gemmill as the new scotland manager / head coach, when they were hellbent in replacing big Eck! He knows all the youths coming through the system and has done well managing the scotland under 21's. Its typical of these footballing dinosaurs, we call the SFA.

Gemmill would have been as good a choice as any and given time would have had a better chance i feel, of building something better over a few year period, as it will most definitely take time to sort this mess out. I said on here even if the SFA clowns pushed the boat out and went out of their way to bring in a guus hiddink or jurgen klinnsman as scotland manager, with gemmill assisting them short term,
with the view of taking over a few years down the line, would have shown ambition and meaning business.


2.) 11 Oct 2019 07:49:25
Darren Fletcher at half time saying that we can now see what Clarke is bringing defensive wise to the table. How did that work out? Lol.


3.) 11 Oct 2019 10:03:01
Loyal, I said that before, Gemmill was by far the best choice on offer. He would have brought up more youth. I don't mind scotland getting beat when we are trying to win a game not going into every game with a terrible defence trying to sit with 11 men behind a ball to scrape a draw. Clarkes tactics don't work in international football.
Bring in the youth McCrorie, Hornby and of course Gilmour, name a midfielder in that scotland team who could get anywhere near the chelsea squad. If clarke doesn't start some of the younger players in the next batch of qualifers then he shouldn't be anywhere near the international team.


4.) 11 Oct 2019 10:15:20
Am not surprised by last night's result to be honest. Boys like Snodgrass, who made themselves unavailable for big Eck. They can get to f*uck! Devlin can't even get a chance for the sheep. Lot of those boys nowhere near good enough for international football. Big Ecks time as Scotland manager doesn't look so bad.


5.) 11 Oct 2019 12:12:27
Glad they got pumped. The sooner the whole corrupt organisation of the SFA is taken to task, the better.


6.) 11 Oct 2019 14:21:20
Flinty mccrorie can’t get a game for Portsmouth.


7.) 11 Oct 2019 15:22:25
couldn't agree more how some teams got UEFA licences is beyond me.


8.) 11 Oct 2019 16:31:59
How's your local team doing glory hunter Dave? Looks like your glory hunting days will soon be over. What then, back to East End Park?


9.) 11 Oct 2019 20:52:31
Didn't realise this was a Scotland supporters club page? 🤔.


10.) 11 Oct 2019 21:34:37
I know, let's not mention the S word again!


11.) 11 Oct 2019 22:08:16
Thank our lucky stars none of our players involved. long may that continue.


 

 

08 Oct 2019 13:37:41
J master, going back thru old posts, saw urs and couldn't agree more. At PL level the minimum requirement should be a grass pitch. The point about teams taking advantage of their plastic/ rubber/ wooden pitches didn't occur to me. Can't be that effective of Killie going back to grass. What bothers me is think there is a large h&s issue regarding possible injuries but SFA doing hee haw.

Millerbrandwilson

1.) 08 Oct 2019 14:27:45
Although pitches are not great they are cost effective for smaller clubs. I don't like playing on them myself but u cannot say the likes of murphy wod not have got same injury on grass. as soon as someone gets injured its the pitches that get blame. We have these pitches at hummel training centre. and a lot of boys clubs arou d country play on them.


2.) 08 Oct 2019 15:50:14
No team in the top 4 English divisions is allowed plastic. Must be a good reason. Maybe if you can't afford grass you shouldn't be playing professional football.


3.) 08 Oct 2019 17:13:34
This might not be very popular, but maybe the revenue split from TV etc should be more evenly divided to allow smaller clubs to afford grass if we outlaw plastic. If we can squeeze more money out of sky, BT etc on the basis that we will ban plastic pitches and improve the overall product, then it could be cost neutral at worst. Everybody wins. It seems too simple an idea though. I'm sure someone at the SPFL must have looked at this already.


4.) 08 Oct 2019 18:17:09
I wouldn't be so sure jmaster. It borders too much on common sense 😄.


5.) 08 Oct 2019 18:40:01
Fair point JM, help them to get back to grass. I don't mind plastic for amateur football as it is better than a mudbath but for top level football it's a huge no.


6.) 08 Oct 2019 19:58:38
Problem is clubs like livi, Hamilton and killie don’t want grass. To change we require a 11-1 vote.


7.) 08 Oct 2019 20:53:18
Hate plastic pitches but if teams are going to use then they should be the very best. The YB’’s pitch last week seemed better than we have in Scotland although know Liv’s superior to Killie and Hamilton.


8.) 08 Oct 2019 21:22:04
Inverness have just laid a new grass pitch costing £75k.

I’ve been told that Hearts spent 10 x that on a hybrid.

Not sure about the economics and regular upkeep but up front costs are certainly better.


9.) 08 Oct 2019 22:03:05
Bankie they are same surface. 4g artificial surface. Same as forfar and montrose etc. The benefit it gives them is low up keep cost and can rent it out for boys clubs etc duri g week or 7 a sides across the pitch.


 

 

06 Oct 2019 16:28:59
Oh to see gers at summit tonight wonderful. IAH think tic away form something to be utilised.

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05 Oct 2019 18:11:31
Hellander Edmundson Polster. Were not short of cover at RB. Could any of these shore up Tavs position? I'm not a fan but even Goldson can play RB. I've read on here bout his concentration, stamina and God knows what. let's drop him and benchmark gainst someone else. Kick in arse if you will.

Millerbrandwilson

1.) 05 Oct 2019 18:46:29
Polster yes but the other names you’ve suggested are crazy.

I’m sure every player in the squad could play right back but most (like the names you’ve suggested) would be hopeless.


2.) 05 Oct 2019 18:55:28
MBW, I disagree I think we are short of cover at RB. Although Polster has been tagged as cover for TAV he is untried and has not convinced me. Believe the only genuine RB we have at he club is Jon Flanagan and he is not currently fit. As bad as Tav’s decision taking was the other night he will certainly play tomorrow and we should all get fully behind him. Let’s not forget how good he can be going forward and I predict he will be outstanding tomorrow.


3.) 05 Oct 2019 19:17:01
If Polster is untried then how can you be unconvinced?


4.) 05 Oct 2019 20:00:19
Good catch Blue89, he has been given a couple of games and did not look convincing to me.


5.) 05 Oct 2019 20:21:32
Bankie

Have to agree with Blue89 no one can really comment positively or negatively on Polster as he has been given next to no game time. Don’t see the point of signing him if he isn’t getting a sniff.


6.) 05 Oct 2019 21:26:13
AuthurD, I actually believe Polster is a midfield player so would not expect him to able to play as a fast modern full back. All I’m saying is that I’ve seen him play a few games and he made little impact. At 26 years of age I’d expect better. Hopefully I’m wrong but don’t believe he offers genuine competition at RB.

I actually think genuine cover for Tav at RB is a weakness. Was hopeful Jordon Houston would make breakthrough and perhaps he will although has not created an immediate impact during loan at Ayr. Of all the players on our books perhaps Ross McCrorie is the one most convertible to RB. A quality RB signing in the January window I predict.


7.) 05 Oct 2019 23:42:43
Polster was obviously nothing to do with Stevie G and this must be the reason he is nowhere near the first team🇬🇧.


8.) 06 Oct 2019 09:46:36
Yately01, not sure about that. Recall SG saying he played against the boy in the USA towards end of career and was impressed by him. Hope the boy proves us wrong and grabs his next opportunity.


9.) 06 Oct 2019 11:58:17
Polster has looked decent in the little I’ve seen. Flanagan should be given a run at RB when fit. He has been solid enough at LB with the main complaint being he has to keep coming inside onto his natural foot so he should be even better at RB.


 

 

04 Oct 2019 01:09:31
Never been one to Slag Tav but he ain't a dependable full back. Would like him further forward in front of Midfield three in a shape I don't know. But we have a proper captain in waiting in Davis.

Millerbrandwilson

1.) 04 Oct 2019 09:13:30
Miller who u drop to accommodate tav. no one in my opinion.


2.) 04 Oct 2019 09:25:40
certainly struggles defensively at this level alas, but he has still been one of our best players, and still is. puts in a shift too. Maybe he needs a rb coach to work out his deficiencies .
Goldy wasnt great either. Its a team game and we all didn't hit top form, but still could have won it.
Think its a sign of how far we have come tho. more to follow hopefully, as you can learn more from defeat sometimes.


3.) 04 Oct 2019 14:19:26
Tav in midfield? are you crazy? We need someone like Ryan Christie in midfield!


4.) 04 Oct 2019 16:18:39
John, as said I don't know.


 

 

 

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06 Oct 2019 16:37:24
I'm a Katic fan and Goldson not so much but give Goldson his due he scores goals.

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24 Aug 2019 22:49:55
TheCambell
Were talking like 6m going to bankrupt us. Maybe in England pennies but in this day/ age even up here don't think huge risk.

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21 Aug 2019 14:54:04
Kent downing tools is a non starter. He's nowhere near Pool top team so they just play in boys side. Only way this will move is SG influence and Rangers pay bucks for another loan or God willing purchase.

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19 Aug 2019 14:54:05
Totally agree John. Perhaps if we create our own embargo against teams with #### plastic pitches and Killie et al see our best youth going to other teams might see them pulling finger out.

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03 Aug 2019 00:28:20
Coop, think it would be in Hummel best interests to stay schtoom until the fat rat shows his hand. OK court case won, but no monies owed by Rangers has been intimated officially as yet. When this intimated we can move. TBH think Hummel bit gunshy, last time they got involved in Scottish football sponsorship I remember was Hibs 30 years ago (Christ I'm old) and from commercial viewpoint stank. Their with the big boys now and know shirt sales go astronomical but more importantly company profile will in Scotland, go thru roof.

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15 Oct 2019 14:27:47
TJBB

Ian Durrant, but that's about it. What disturbs me is I keep hearing bout success of youth, U21, U23 and slightly older, some who could do a job. But who are constantly overlooked by crap purchases like Grezda and others.

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14 Oct 2019 05:12:12
Hey Bizzmy, this wasn't exactly redemption for low point other day. Beating mighty San Marino was similar to beating Shawlands boys brigade. Let's get things in perspective here.

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04 Oct 2019 16:18:39
John, as said I don't know.

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01 Oct 2019 13:34:22
Ivger, we're obviously same era watching Bobby Russell. Always felt he was good player in mediocre side but always felt he could have been great if he added couple of stones.

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29 Sep 2019 15:22:23
Stuck, you being sarcastic? Every time we drop points people on here crying out for one player or another to get chop. Even SG given questionable future by some. After sheep getting stuffed he's now blue eyed boy. Annoys me fans can be so up/ down after one game.

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