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  1. 13 points
    As far as I can tell, there is still no song for me
  2. 12 points
    I heard the ground staff are getting in on it as well.
  3. 8 points
    Is this not all becoming a bit over the top, if someone is a poofter or whatever people want to be then fine, but why do we need to start promoting it.
  4. 8 points
    He was already from the house Translations are great
  5. 6 points
    Nephew on the rails looks like he made the local papers
  6. 5 points
    Still waiting for our twitter account to wish everyone celebrating the twelfth of July a nice day..
  7. 5 points
    Ah yes .. the type of Rangers "fans" that are pals with tarriers, love football banter, say that beating France at Hampden was better than winning the league at the Piggery and went to Dublin and happily drank with fenians calling us orange bastards etc (and maybe even joined in) Those types of "Rangers fans" ... I don't consider them Rangers fans. I consider them spinless, scummy, appeasing bastards, those types.
  8. 4 points
    Decent read from a likeable, hard-working player.
  9. 4 points
    Never fucking ever. God bless the uvf
  10. 4 points
    Not it isn't ... and it's not just the SFA either. Tarriers playing. The Tartan Army. The Scottish footballing authorities (SFA and SPFL) The other Scottish football teams (and their supporters) Scotland's footballing media. The agenda's to kill us off, then strip us of our titles when we were at our lowest. Scottish football labelling us cheats. Flower Of Scotland and it's anti-English rhetoric. Targetting/boo'ing of Rangers players and them getting told to get off because they're a H**. All of the above equals out in the Scottish football team. They are the epitome of all that and represent all of that at the highest level ... and Rangers fans are expected to support that, forget the pain current and past and stand shoulder-to-shoulder with some YES voting tit in the crowd that hates Rangers and everything we stand for, and probably goes back to his own team's games' singing about H*** and cheats and orange bastards and boo'ing GSTQ etc. The list is endless and not even exhaustive what I've felt like mentioning above. I've thought it for a long time and make no apologies for it (even if I can taste the replies from one or two folk on here in advance) that any Rangers supporter supporting that shite should hang their head in shame. I think less of them in terms of being a Rangers supporter as to support that lot to me is like some sort of validation for everything we've been through since 2012.
  11. 4 points
    Don’t worry I’m sure if the game was played at Tannidice, Armstrong would have been booed aswell.
  12. 3 points
    It makes me hate football when I see this stuff now.
  13. 3 points
    Bet they all slag him off in the dressing room, taking turns at singing their own songs just to taunt him. Jason Holt doing knee slides in front of him "Jason HOLT, HOLT....."
  14. 3 points
    When I do something in games they move a lot.
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  16. 3 points
    My grandad served alongside him
  17. 3 points
    It’s a recurring theme with them though and Rangers players - FACT
  18. 2 points
    Daniel Candeias shares opinion on Caixinha sacking, and “some changes” under Graeme Murty Lucas Sposito13th November 2017 Despite doing their standard reports at the time, the Portuguese media were very quiet about Pedro Caixinha’s sacking from Rangers. They weren’t able to break the news first, and didn’t speak to any of Rangers’ Portuguese players at the time. But now Portuguese newspaper Record managed to interview Daniel Candeias, the winger who was brought to Rangers and the Scottish Premiership by his compatriot manager this summer. Despite being separated from his old boss, the 29-year-old seems pretty happy at the club, where he claims to have adapted very well. “Everything has gone very well,” Candeias told Record. “I adapted easily even for having a Portuguese manager at the start of the season and I played a lot so far. The atmosphere in the games is fantastic, the stadiums are always full and the motivation is not lacking. I’m happy at Rangers. “Feedback is good. The people like me and I feel cherished by our fans in every game. As far as I can tell, there is still no song for me, but when I do something in the games, they move a lot. It’s always good to feel this support.” Especially asked about his former Ibrox boss, Candeias claims Europa League elimination was crucial for the sacking, but defeat against Motherwell at home was the really decisive one. “The (Europe) elimination marked the season for Caixinha. Left him at work in a certain way, conditioned. The club wanted to play in Europe and it wasn’t possible. But the manager always gave everything for the club and protected the group. It’s already known that in football, a whole squad is never dismissed and the coach is the one who ends up paying. “It was in that (Motherwell) game that everything changed. We were clearly the best team, but there were strange things in that game. For example, they broke the nose of Fábio Cardoso and the opponent didn’t even get a yellow. It was difficult to manage.” But Caixinha didn’t say much after the sacking: “No. He didn’t say anything. But I also believe that everything went very quickly. We now have to focus on the future and continue the work so that we can smile at the end.” Regarding the new boss Graeme Murty, Candeias said: “He was already from the house and has talked to us a lot, giving us important advice. We are accepting his job well and confidence is rising. He didn’t change the style of the game much, there were some changes and we won the two games.”
  19. 2 points
    Well done Rangers, showing the world how broad a church we are yet again.
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  21. 2 points
    Some are saying they would stop supporting Rangers if that happened due to him being a Pape. Personally, as a Rangers fan, my number 1 priority for a Rangers Manager would be to get the team winning and successfull again, but we're all different. Though i think he'd have more sense than to take the job anyway, and don't think he has the Club experience we need for where we are now at this moment in time.
  22. 2 points
    You know as well as anyone Rangers players have been booed by the tartan army. Its utterly despicable. Even ex Rangers like Weiss booed when coming on as a sub for Slovakia at Hampden. Didnt hear much booing for Van Dijk the other night. Strange any Rangers supporter willing to break bread with those eager to stick the boot in at any opportunity.
  23. 2 points
    Kill yourself, The Falklands are still British.
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