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  1. Marky

    Stop dithering Marky get yer tips oot
  2. Vote Barrie

    It was a hard decision between the two but the fact Barrie has come through the ranks and it was against the bheasts swung it for me, that goal will live forever in my heart.
  3. Vote Barrie

    Aw right ah canny spell.
  4. Vote Barrie
  5. I hope he still has to pay his film company tax bill.
  6. No guard of honour

    Stick yer guard of honour up yer arse.
  7. Wallace's eventual place in our history

    Had the loyalty to stand by Rangers and complete the journey back to the top division and is now playing his best football. He has also grown in stature after being given the captaincy and is a fine example for any young player to follow, onwards and upwards to 55 for super Lee, he will be held in great esteem by the Rangers support when his career is over. Legend? yes of course he is.
  9. Barrie McKay

    Fuckin player the wee man is and he's only going to get better.
  10. Magic hat

    Just seen him on telly there he's buzzed up tae fuck never seen him like that. Welcome to the old firm Mark you know what its all about now. what a manager 10\10
  11. Can't stop giggling.

    Blue extacy Raaaaaaaaannnnnnnnnnnggerrrrrrsssssss I love you.
  12. Ram this down his throat!!

    Sutton is just a tosser making small scraps of cash from slagging of Rangers in the rags, getting desperate as HMRC get ready to seize the crumbs of cash he has left.
  13. Bitterness remains

    The difference for me is the police inquiry into the takeover and subsequent admin event.
  14. Bitterness remains Former Rangers manager Walter Smith believes a sense of bitterness about the way the club was treated remains as they gear up for Premiership football. Smith maintains there was "no reason" for Rangers to have to re-enter the league in the lowest tier. "It'll be a motivation for Rangers. It would certainly be a motivation for me," said Smith. He also believes the Ibrox board "have to find a way" to back manager Mark Warburton to compete in the top flight. With the club mired in debt, Rangers entered administration and then liquidation in 2012 and had to re-enter the Scottish football pyramid in the fourth tier. Smith feels Sunday's Scottish Cup semi-final against Celtic will not be an accurate gauge of how Rangers will fare next season and accepts Celtic are "the favoured team". However, the former Rangers boss believes Warburton's men go into the tie in a "far more optimistic frame of mind than last season". More to follow.
  15. Timmy at work

    I just refuse to engage with the treacherous backstabbing smelly bastards.