thebooler

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About thebooler

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  1. 😉
  2. Banned from where? 🙄
  3. How can anybody submit such an application for a property they don't even own? Surely the club are in on this too, as they own EH? Or do they?
  4. IF the revenue goes to the club.
  5. They'll be preparing for the first of many projects, paid for by the fans' money, and run by The Gruesome Twosome from the Louden. 😉 I've said from the start, and it's only my opinion, that the club had to have given RF something in return for all that cash. Edmiston House was that something. The EH CIC has been set up for a while, but it's not actually anything to do with EH.........according to some. 🙄 Hope this clears things up. @Louden_Greg don't come on here and start confusing people. 😉
  6. I'd rather we spent our money on players, not providing shite pans for taigs.
  7. I blame the Board. No money = no players.
  8. I thought they'd stopped selling that Super Lager? 🙄
  9. This might help. Response from PUMA. Dear ***** ************ We are sorry you feel this way and would like to take the opportunity to let you know that PUMA is releasing replica kits into the market in full compliance with the Sponsorship and Licensing Agreement PUMA has with Rangers Retail Limited (RRL) - (a joint venture between Rangers Football Club (RFC) and Sports Direct plc (SDI)). The kits were actually designed in collaboration with Rangers Football Club over a period of months and final approval was received from the club last year in line with production schedules. The playing kit was delivered to the club, and the players have played all pre-season friendlies in this kit. PUMA’s agreement with RRL remains in full effect. Accordingly, after taking legal advice, PUMA continues to uphold its contract with Rangers Retail Limited and has fulfilled its obligations to manufacture and deliver the kits to the playing and coaching staff, as well as to PUMA’s retail customers with the knowledge of all parties, including RFC. We wish the team the very best of luck in their return to the Scottish Premiership. It's set to be an exciting season for both you and the club. Kind regards Carla Berghoff
  10. Is nae body trying to decipher that PUMA letter?
  11. Especially when this is PUMA's stance....................😉 Dear ***** ************ We are sorry you feel this way and would like to take the opportunity to let you know that PUMA is releasing replica kits into the market in full compliance with the Sponsorship and Licensing Agreement PUMA has with Rangers Retail Limited (RRL) - (a joint venture between Rangers Football Club (RFC) and Sports Direct plc (SDI)). The kits were actually designed in collaboration with Rangers Football Club over a period of months and final approval was received from the club last year in line with production schedules. The playing kit was delivered to the club, and the players have played all pre-season friendlies in this kit. PUMA’s agreement with RRL remains in full effect. Accordingly, after taking legal advice, PUMA continues to uphold its contract with Rangers Retail Limited and has fulfilled its obligations to manufacture and deliver the kits to the playing and coaching staff, as well as to PUMA’s retail customers with the knowledge of all parties, including RFC. We wish the team the very best of luck in their return to the Scottish Premiership. It's set to be an exciting season for both you and the club. Kind regards Carla Berghoff
  12. ..........and some of our fans.
  13. Fuxache. Did I actually agree wae ye there? 😉
  14. Good point.