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  1. This is the first time I have started a topic on here but I have been saddened by some of the comments on here of late so here goes. I believe that AM has been a good servant to our club. He has always been honest that he viewed us as a stepping stone to enhance his career, many of us diehard Rangers fans would say that he already plays for the best club in the world but he is Coulumbian and had probably never heard of Rangers before he joined. He has, generally, performed very well for us and at times carried the team in Europe. On top of that he was a bargain, thanks go to JJ, and h
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  2. Couldnt see this posted? Amazing news.
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  3. Posts like this make me wonder if I'm watching a different game from everybody else.
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  4. He really is a quality human being
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  5. Courtesy of our own @julescotia
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  6. Genuine legend. The Greatest Ever Ranger is 78 years young today.
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  7. Justice was done. A team who didn’t win their league, they were handed it by a bent football authority and were put out by a team who resumed their league and won it fair and square on the pitch. celtic were handed a place in a competition through the back door and got kicked straight back out. FUCKING GLORIOUS.
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  8. I’m out on call, working in a taigs house, they’re giving it the “we’re not bothered about the champions league this year, it’s all about the 10” patter , their nights gonny get even worse when I tell them their boilers no getting fixed until at least Friday
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  9. I'm no sure there's anything better than no realising they are playing....then you click on here and see 30+ posts and you think "oh interesting...better see what's happening here"...see they are 1 nil down. Then (maybe just me) I log out and just wait.... Get a message on WhatsApp then a few pics. And then come in here to enjoy every single post. Phone buzzing with hilarity at they cheating under the table cunts fucking up another potential cash windfall. Delightful.
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  10. He’s been superb, alongside Goldson. Showed a decent turn of pace yesterday as well to recover a couple of situations
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  11. Supports that lot and based on her social media posts in the past she should never have worked for us to begin with Good riddance
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  12. Today was more like what we demand and expect, injuries apart today was a tremendous days work....the work rate today was immense...special mention for Davis & Kamara....they can be very much criticised in here (myself included) but today both proved their worth in breaking up attacks and actually moving the ball forward with more purpose The one touch football today was brilliant to watch, it was just disappointing that we only scored 4....if we are disappointed at only scoring 4 then we know we are progressing and moving in the right direction I'm a happy and contented bear t
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  13. Pretty sure it was “fuck dan deacon”
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  14. There can’t be another lockdown or this country is fucked. Businesses will go to the wall and people will lose jobs left, right and centre. Herd immunity is the way to go for me with people being responsible for themselves. We can’t stop the cold, we can’t stop the flu and it might get that we can’t stop this.
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  15. Hibs- Played 4 won 1 Hearts- Played 5 won 2 Aberdeen- Played 5 won 2 Kilmarnock- Played 6 won 2 A disgrace
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  16. Please be patient. I know today wasn’t great (second half we loosened up and played better) but these two will need a wee bit of time to get upto speed and develop an understanding. They won’t get forever but I seen glimpses in Itten today and even though Roofe didn’t do too much other than the goal you need to remember it’s a been a couple of weeks and it’s a guy from Switzerland and a guy that’s played most in England who’s never met so partnerships need time to develop an understanding. as I say, they won’t get forever to gel but they do get a wee bit time. Far from gr
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  17. I'm 36 so nowhere near as old as some of the other guys who your thread probably aimed at, but I'd still like to leave a special mention of my own in Ian Ferguson. One of the last few successful, dyed-in-the-wool Rangers men who actually got it and didn't turn into an utter fanny/celtic-Scotland loving lick-arse fanny minute they stopped playing. Not the best ever player you'll ever see technically, but his dig, drive, tackling, passion was second-to-none and he could still play a bit too. Nice range of passing and often pop up with crucial goals in big games. They don't make t
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  18. The Beast and some guy aff the Chase
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  20. Seems a bit strange that there hasn't been a thread started already about this, our captain reaching a big milestone, but I suppose that's just a reflection of the mixed feelings about Tav throughout the forum. In days gone by and with previous captains this thread would be pages long and full of thankful wishes and positive posts. I guess I'll start by saying congratulations Tav. Great achievement to reach 250 games and as was mentioned on the commentary yesterday his goals and assists stats over those games are fantastic for a right back. Barely misses training session or a game and al
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  21. Not quite as embarrassing as being awarded a league title you didn’t win,don’t recall the scum criticising the spfl on that occasion.
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  22. here we fucking go, this week's 'outrage'. Can't believe we've got ten days without a game. Going to be hell.
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  23. One year since Fernando's sad passing.
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  24. I'm not there with him (on that level anyway) Don't hate the guy, don't want him sacked (just yet) and he's done a lot of good - I'm just not on board with everything he does. I'll be the first to make a thread like this when we actually win a league. Until then, I kinda cringe a wee bit at threads like this. We beat Kilmarnock at Ibrox. Let's get things in some perspective for once (for good or bad).
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  25. This what happens when the board allow constant attacks on our own.
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  26. Looks like a cross between Tom Boyd and the BFG
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  27. Looks like things are about to get interesting.
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  28. Again I'll get peters, but after reading the fucking shite hatchet job once again this morning by that cunt at the DR, I'm ashamed of some of the shite written in here by fellow bears. Don't get me wrong, I think it's time to cash in on him, but our fans calling this young guy for everything after the shite he has and continues to endure is pish.
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  29. An Impressionist interpretation of today's game by Premier Sports
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  30. That's 3 year's running they've not made the groups. That's 3 years running we've got excited and said we can take advantage. Let's fucking do it this time instead of pissing it away.
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    • I'm always one for slating pundits and with good reason but kris boyd has been a breath of fresh air tbh recently.  Just thought he deserved a thread for calling out that lot for what they are.  Top man. 
    • Offside is offside whether 10 yards or 12 inches mate. It’s the same. 
    • Bad officiating can change games. It being marginal is neither here or there. It was offside and shouldn't have counted. They should have had at least one player sent off too by most accounts, possibly even two players.   By that logic it's also fair to say if they hadn't been given a disallowed goal, we may well have scored a third.  Also that if the ref was strong enough to send off their player, we might have socred a third.  If's but's and maybe's.   End of the day we didn't score a third, and were shafted for their second.  It's as much our fault as the refs.  You simply can't ignore the ref's display though.  
    • The blame game, it was the ref,the linesman, Goldson, the SFA FFS we are becoming worse than the mhanks. I wrote in the match thread before the game, along with others, that Hibs away was going to be hard, I wrote they would come out to play and they did. Our defence was caught napping for the first and when we attacked playing lovely one two passes all they did was retreat into their 18 yard area and put bodies on the line which did the job. Yes their second goal was marginally offside but if we had scored some of the attempts we had that one blemish wouldn't have mattered. Bottom line is we didn't defend well, they did. We didn't take our chances, they did.
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