bluebell82

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  1. Do you regard this season as a success?

    No from me...the facts read: 2nd highest wage bill in Scottish football - should equate to 2nd best team in scottish football given the gulf in wages we're giving players...even compared to Dundee Utd/Aberdeen - not good enpugh! Sick of hearing shite about transfer embargo's...backroom board struggles as excuses - not good enough! McCoist might see himself as the football expert, but ffs - signing Black? Shiels, even Templeton - fair enough if those signings were made this close season then fair enough as championship will be competitive...but if if he signed them on the basis of winning a cup he's failed - pure and simple! That said...Super will always be a legend at the club - just maybe not as management material
  2. Dave King's Plan

    Dave King has shown absoultely nothing to suggest he'd be good for Rangers and turn around our fortunes...all he's done is broaden the deep divisions which lie within our own support - which I think ultimately could lead us into Admin again... Every supporter, in my view, should get behind Wallace and support the club - his plan is the only plan on the table...
  3. Boyd re-signed?

    Surely there is a goal machine in the youth ranks or in the Divisions below the Premiership we can buy...Boyd is a backward step, undoubtedly their is talent of Boyd's level (is. goal poachers, right place right time)...as a club Rangers are not finding it or giving the talent the opportunity to shine
  4. Baz wants to manage us eventually

    I've got unwavering believe that Barry Ferguson, if he sets his mind to it, will be a great manager -anything can be taught//trained (Mourinho wasn't born a great manager nor was fergie or Walter ) - he attained that winners mentality going through the ranks at Rangers and one day he will be manager because that's his vision. For Ally its come too soon; circumstances have dictated that - but just watching him on 'Goals on Sunday' pre the Raith game he striked me as someone who was not comfortable/confident...McCoist is undoubtedly a winner, but his self doubt is evident, it is the wrong time for him as a manager experience wise but that said I still think he'll find a way to get the doubters on board - its ultimately what winners do, what they thrive on!..Keep Believing
  5. Gers Pubs in London

    Cheers for the replies chaps, The White Bear looks like a good bet! ...here's hoping the game makes for good viewing - not confident though!
  6. Gers Pubs in London

    Down in London this weekend, can anyone recommend any decent pubs/Rangers pubs to watch the Dundee Utd game on sat?
  7. Pros and cons of Boxing Day football.

    Its ridiculous the non existent public transport today. Living down south I don't get chance to see the gers as much as I'd like but visiting family in edinburgh over xmas I thought I'd take my nephew to the game today only to find no trains are on and limited bus services - gutted ! Still, enjoying watching my english team Hull City giving Man Utd a good game
  8. Your best day supporting the Rangers?

    Fiorentina away...Nacho sticking the penalty away...cue bedlam!...great memories Also Uefa Cup Final...obv not the result, but the whole day in manchester was immense
  9. Let's move to England

    Even if we move to england i reckon it would take us a good 10 years to find our feet and start challenging for silverware down there!!! ....teams like man u, chelsea, arsenal, liverpool....even birmingham city soon FFS are light years ahead of us!!! Even with the extra tv money and sponsorship in the premiership we wud still have to headhunt some arab billlionnaire to stand a shout at going for trophies!!! ...i think its a case of biding our time...as painful as it is, and waiting to something changes to the structure of the champions league ie if it moves to a european league format
  10. How far do you live from Ibrox?

    247.5 miles from beverley, east yorkhshire, 3.5 hours once i get the new car!! dont get up enough these day!!