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    Only they would still be able to see themselves as the victims, demoted to bottom tier, player & tv payments withheld, lost over £30 million worth of assets, passed from one unscrupulous owner to another. This last 5-6 years has cost us anywhere from £50-100 million and you still have these fucking cretins crying foul like we've been part of some conspiracy. Fuckwits the lot of them.
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    Enjoy **Quality may not be as good as normal, as my movie editor thingy has became corrupt whilst doing it, and wasn't starting again ... so Ive just screen recorded it inside the movie maker - looks a wee bit blurrier than usual to me. Time to reset my laptop me thinks, as a few things are getting fucked/slow
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    I just read the article. The journalist who wrote that is a fucking dickhead and he have no knowledge of this country. It is offensive and I am going to show some of my friends who also speak a little English this article. More people in Europe take drugs than here and if he is trying to say Morelos is from Medellin then he has not did his homework because Morelos is not even from same department as Medellin, he only ever played some games there for Independiente Medellin. I think this journalist is trying to think he is funny but if he ever come here he will not be laughing.
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    Can't believe he's getting pelters from posters on here. It's exactly the passion and belief we need from our players with every pass, every 50/50 ball, every tackle and every goal attempt. That's the sort of commitment we've been missing for ages. Gees up the player and the team and most of us other fans. Huge difference from the days of players poncing anonymously round the park while the manager watched folded armed and expressionless. Reminded me of the days when Forsyth and Jackson excelled at that type of tackle. Hopefully we'll be seeing more and more of it this season, the sheer desire to compete and win.
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    I will? Let's hope they don't edit my blog I sent them about 35 minutes ago then calling it xenophobic and deliberately antagonistic.
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    Absolutely disgusting the words trafficking,cartel,sniffing all used in what is terrible piece of journalism riddled with xenophobic comments replace the negative Colombian stereotypes and replace them with jovial muslim ones see the response
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    Took some clips of noteworthy points in the game for Pena, now he did make some mistakes and I haven't done those so I'm not saying the guy is the real deal yet, he's still rusty but there is potential. First time ball over the top to Tav and look at this movement as soon as he's hit the pass it something he does really well Comes deep, nice first touch and good reverse through ball only undone by sliding block and then slides in attempt to win the ball back Nice bit of skill with the flick pass to Morelos and on the spin he attempts to get forward at pace again Shows positional awareness here just sitting off Morelos in the space in front of their back line. Reminds me a bit of Naismith's positioning in the year with Jelavic. For me this is something we have been missing. Showing for the ball once more in a deep lying position then spots the space and the move opening up and sprints into the space, nice couple of touches to play it through to Morelos and again he moves after passing and gets into a great position for the return where he'd be odds on to at least hit the target Gets back here to win the ball back twice and unlucky the second challenge didn't start a counter attack. Once more showing good positioning here in this move, staying farside of the marker until seeing the ball is coming in towards the front post and getting in front of his man, again Thistle with there 3 man central defence had someone to block the cross otherwise it was landing at Pena's feet. The goal, good movement to peel away from the marker(s) and as we have seen from his YouTube videos he is actually good in the air and the deft glance floats into far corner More evidence of the work rate closing down the first player then chasing the loose pass to nearly break through. As I said he did make some mistakes and you could quite easily clip those and say he's mince but I think there was enough in the performance last night to believe that with some more starts and game time under his belt that he'll be an asset to us.
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    show racism the red card not happy... http://www.theredcard.org/news/2017/9/21/srtrc-responds-to-morelos-article-in-the-daily-record
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    The hurt, anger, pain, disgust between the lines of that statement is incredible. These bastards are reluctantly letting this go at the same time saying they don't believe it's the right decision but almost have no choice. Absolute scum.
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    Rosie will be raging with him
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    They did a documentary about him a few years back touring Belfast at the end he said to the driver to drive him to the Rangers club so he could be amongst his own people.He actually comes from a very wealthy background and picked up his accent when he was a boarder at Campbell College which is a very Prestigious school over here.It also showed a picture of him and his father carrying rifles and he stated it was to defend themselves from IRA attacks as their land was not far from the border.
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    The worst ones are boys/lassies that don't like it, then come the day/week of Rangers celtic games, start spouting shite on Facebook.
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    Nah for all Pedro's fault's I don't think he's the type to radically adapt in that manner. He's stubborn and determined (that's not a dig before anyone starts) that's his way - he believes we are the best and whatever players he picks are the best so I can't see him going down this route. Re Herrera I was delighted to see him get that wee neat finish last night. As I've said a few times if he get's a run of games with Morelos he could really offer us something, but because he doesn't score 30 goals in 2 starts some fans can't give him the time even though he's genuinely talented - whilst some talentless players seem to get worshipped and loads of chances. Can't fathom it out.
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    Unbelievable. I want us to win games as much as the next but the petulance of posters on here to dismiss any tactical analysis because it goes above their intellect is hilarious. I know its a personal preference, but I would think any football fan would be interested to know the ins-and-outs of football tactics when presented with them.
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    On Saturday is going to be key to the result IMO. That's a few times I've watched child sex ring fc and they seem to solely play using the wings. They don't seem to carve sides open through the middle but go to Sinclair/roberts/Forrest. So on Saturday Tav and whoever is at left back are going to have to stay disciplined. If they don't get space they seem clueless. So between tav and DC and john and whoever is on the left with him. I genuinely think that's where it will be won and lost. Its all about the by line and cut backs for they cunts so if we can keep forcing them inside then I think we will have a chance to win it. One thing I'm certain of is both sides scoring I just hope to fuck we can keep our shape and stay disciplined enough to not go on the overlap at every attack. DC will work his arse off but Sinclair and Roberts "cheat" by basically staying high up the park. So if both our full backs go then they will look to pick us off. Its how they try play almost every time I've seen them. I just hope we can use our savvy and not go at every opportunity. Starting to feel a but better about this but there's no real secret with how they play. We just need to match them
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    Just when you start to get a wee bit of respect back for some of Scottish football they release a statement like that basically to get the tarriers happy saying they wanted it, but can't due to SFA .. again, what's Robertson doing as chief-prick on this board that's released this statement? and where is the official Rangers FC statement? We bring a lot of this shit on ourselves. David Murray was a cunt, no doubt about it, but he had the authorities and media eating out of his hand and we had a manager the whole of Scottish football respected and listened to in Walter Smith. We don't have that spine behind the scenes and it tells.
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    This is the section referring to Morelos (and Caixinha) "Six months after taking charge at Ibrox, some of the comments in the media aimed at Caixinha continue to verge on xenophobia as he is hammered for everything from explaining his tactics in a press conference to using a Portuguese idiom involving barking dogs and caravans. It's now trickling down to Caixinha's players too, with ridiculous links made between Alfredo Morelos and Pablo Escobar's Medellin drug cartel on the basis that Morelos is Colombian. In a week where Man Utd fans have been criticised for singing a song about Romelu Lukaku involving a stereotype about the size of his genitalia, such ill-advised comments do nothing but antagonise fans and clubs alike."
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    Win and we are 2 behind and in a semi final. Not only that but in the ascendancy with Pena and Herrera settling in. Lose and we are looking at no better than second. This is the type of crunch game a Walter team would just find a way to win. We frequently got pumped and still won 1-0. I'd settle for victory by any means.
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    Doncasters a dick and needs booted out.
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    Appalling article. Only good thing is I see the chief football writer from the Independent has retweeted it to show how dreadful it is. Now the rest of the UK can see how bad it is up here. Wonder how they'll squirm their way out of this after the Joe Miller Linfield lies.
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    He'll be glad you told him that mate. Being from northern Ireland I doubt he would've known that
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    One of very few from last season who deserves some praise for their performances. Gave 100% when he played and actually looked like he cared. Also made my first ever trip to the paedo dome memorable. All the best Clint.
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    Aye Pedro exaggerates everything but in my humble opinion he played really well. Not like the usual youth players that get a wee 10-minute cameo and don't do much but everyone raves about them - he was matured, composed, strong in the tackle and good on the ball.
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    He's never heard of you either, Class gesture from the ex-ger.
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    As always I've kept the original and will post any substantial edited/removed section. As I've said on here (and told the Record directly) it's garbage like that which got me writing about football because, as a fan, the coverage we get is bollocks and I think that I can do better despite having never bothered to train as a journo, go to college or uni or even get a higher in English.
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    It's pretty understandable that, in a city obsessed with football, a fair amount of people will go in the opposite direction. Look at all the animosity between fans, that is intimidating for some. You also have the geeks who were terrible at all sport growing up, so they associate football with the guys who used to bully them at school or whatever. Now they have the internet so they can go and talk about dragons and wizards with similar nerds from around the globe. That's my half-baked theory anyway. Also, I think it has a lot to do with whether your da liked football.
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    I wonder if he would be brave enough to write an article on James McClean and make references to Balaclavas, machine guns and terrorism? Aye right, cowardly scum that he is.
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    Crossing the 'white line' as well.. if he doesnt get pulled up on this then something ia seriously wrong. This is actually really, really bad.
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    Can we now have a 'probe' into the blatant lies spouted by arseholes with a clear agenda against our club?
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    I take it you were of the same opinion when Walter done it?
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    Look how fat this guy is... If I was built like this I would be ashamed...
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    He was NOT celebrating the tackle, he was pumping himself up as anyone who has ever played competitive sports has also done. He was at that time taking more responsibility, having a decent game and showing passion. We demand passion from players tey criticise them when they demonstrate that passion, odd.
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    everyone is aware it is at Hampden.........................
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    Nice to see Motherwell have saved McInnes the bother of bottling it against the tarriers again.
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    Sammy Roberts 1934 - 36 Season 1934/35 was progressing nicely for Rangers when the Scottish Cup began in January. They were on course for another title - and hence another Double - and Jimmy Bowie had been appointed Chairman at the beginning of the year. Sadly, though, two days before the defence of the Cup got underway on 26th January 1935 two giants of Rangers' past in Jacky Robertson and Jock Drummond both passed away, severing a link Rangers of the 1930s had with the very early days. However, Rangers went on and welcomed Cowdenbeath to Ibrox for round one. Debutising for Rangers was a Welshman by the name of Sammy Roberts who had arrived at Ibrox via Newry Town, surely being unique in the respect that he was a non-native of Ulster or Ireland when he moved to Rangers. Cowdenbeath, in front of 16,000 fans, gave Rangers several anxious moments in the first half until Torry Gillick, in the 27th minute, trapped a centre by the Welsh debutant and quickly shot home. One minute later Bobby Main half-volleyed another Roberts cross into the goal. The interval came and went with no further goals; then in the 72nd minute, the Fifers pulled one back. Sixty seconds, however, was all Rangers needed to restore their two-goal advantage as Gillick scored from yet another Roberts cross. The 3-1 lead was enough to see Rangers progress into round two.
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    We can't move on and have a bright future, if we don't make a signal of our intent that we are watching these fuckers closely because incase you haven't noticed yet it will be something else next month. They are relentless. This dignified pish does not work. We need to take preventitive action and make them think twice about doing anything unfair to us in the future. Not releasing a strongly-worded statement keeps the target on our back for next time.
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    Keith Jackson is a heavy duty weapon. He is trying to stay relevant and is getting more and more desperate in his attempts to do so. He is also trying to remain hip and trendy but the years haven't been kind to him, but that's a personal matter.
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    Premiership big-hitters Aberdeen , Kilmarnock and Hibs
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    He sets the bait at bed time then checks the nets in the morning, laughing like fuck eating his cornflakes, rascal.
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    Really hope Pena and Hererra turn out to be stars for us just to shut up a few of the detractors who were slagging them after a few minutes in a blue shirt.
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    Read a few posters commenting on Morelos temperament, I honestly don't know where the fuck this comes from . He temperament is no worse than anyone elses.
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    People want him to fail so they can use it as a case against Pedro. That's it.
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    451, harass their midfield, close them down and Brown will blow. 1st half, don't even think about anything but disrupting them all the time, close them down, niggly fouls and watch them lose it because they are only used to getting it their own way. Break the spuds midfield and we win the game. 2nd half keep at it and then move more forward when they have a few bookings against them. Tell Morelos to save his energy until the 2nd half and then work their defence. Rangers can win this.
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