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  1. We created enough chances to win this game twice over, anyway here is the highlights.
  2. If the rules of the game had been fairly applied we would be sitting 2 points clear of the bheasts. needs more time is my answer.
  3. Stokes received no punishment for grabbing a player by the throat and moving his head forward in a head butting motion his yellow was for Tav incident.
  4. Is it just Rangers players that get red cards retrospectively, remember this. The Scottish Football Association introduced a rather menacing deterrent to its disciplinary procedure yesterday, establishing a precedent by using television video footage to convict Rangers full-back Fernando Ricksen of an ordering-off offence. Ricksen, whose thigh-high kick on Aberdeen midfielder Darren Young during the SPL match at Pittodrie on 12 November was not punished by referee Mike McCurry, was found guilty retrospectively and given what amounts to a red card by the association’s disciplinary committee. why is this not being applied to Stokes
  5. Lost count of the times the manky bastards are given a head start at the beginning of a league campaign its sickening, and Stokes should be getting pulled up on video evidence.
  6. That referee blatantly cheated the RST should make a statement on this we cant just let it go.
  7. The UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body (CEDB) has announced the following decision: Match: UEFA Champions League second round qualifying match (first leg) between Linfield FC and Celtic FC played on 14 June in Northern Ireland. Decision: Linfield FC • To order the partial closure of the Linfield FC Stadium during the next (1) UEFA competition match in which Linfield FC would play as the host club, and, in particular Linfield FC shall closed South stand lower sector I of the stadium. • To fine Linfield FC €10,000 The charges against Linfield FC related to the throwing of objects (Art. 16 (2) of the UEFA Disciplinary Regulations (DR) and a field invasion by supporters – (Art. 16 (2) DR). Celtic FC • To suspend the Celtic FC player Leigh Griffiths for one (1) UEFA competition match for which he would be otherwise eligible • To fine Celtic FC €4,500 The charges against Celtic FC related to player Leigh Griffiths – provoking spectators (after the end of the match) – (Art. 15 (1) (a) DR) and improper conduct of the team (5 cards or more) - (Art. 15 (4) DR).
  8. Took the link from here M8 John Stevens‏ @pzj_1872 12h12 hours ago More John Stevens Retweeted Rob Scam for scumbags & two of them sit of @ScottishFA Board. Please sign petition & share
  9. Here is what you would be signing. Further improve the integrity of Scottish football and its competative leagues. Show that abuse of rules will be unacceptable for all and not just one club For the benefit of all concerned it is imperative that Stewart Regan and his SFA compatriots are seen to apply the same rule of thumb for all clubs within its association/leagues. Whilst the SFA sat in judgement of the Rangers Big Tax Case BTC it has now become apparent that particular members of that board had infact themselves and their clubs operated such schemes so as to avoid the payment of significantly large sums of tax. This placed those clubs at a distinct advantage over other clubs. Astonishingly as an arbitrator of our game the SFA were infact themselves responsible for partial neglect by their inability to carry out thorough due dilligence. Of more significant concern is that the SFA board that sat in judgement of Rangers Fc and its use of tax avoidance schemes included board members of celtic fc. It has now been widely reported and also acknowledged that celtic fc also utilized various tax avoidance schemes in payment of their staff. This now brings into question the integrity of Scottish football, the honesty and fairness of Stewart Regan and his cohorts and rights to redress the ills of our football association and its ability to apply fairly rules that should be applicable for all and not just the selected ones targeted by association. Will the SFA and Stewart Regan now seek to ensure that board members such as Peter Lawwell and Eric Riley are removed from the sfa immediately and a full inquiry carried out on what schemes of tax avoidance were operated by Scottish football clubs and more importantly celtic fc who sat in judgement of Rangers fc whilst themselves using schemes to assist the avoidance of tax on players, manager and director salaries In the name of integrity it is imperative the Stewart Regan is now seen to act otherwise their ahould also be a call for his resignation for neglect whilst he was/is in charge at the Scottish football association. Failure to act will result in a campaign to ensure that the Govt and HMRC are made fully aware and that further actions to remove said board members will ensue.
  10. Club 1872 Support For Pedro Caixinha 24 May, 2017 At the end of what has been a disappointing season, Club 1872 would like to extend its support to Rangers manager, Pedro Caixinha in the face of a disgraceful campaign against him by sections of the Scottish media. A succession of pundits – none of whom have ever succeeded in management – have lined up to attack Pedro almost from day one of his arrival in Scotland. They have been ably assisted by sections of the Scottish press who appear to be totally unable to put their own allegiances or petty disagreements with our club to one side. From the xenophobic ramblings of ex-Celtic player, Charlie Nicholas to the lowest common denominator nonsense of Chris Sutton, these so called experts have been quick to criticise Pedro despite him inheriting a squad which had unperformed over the past season and which he has not yet had any opportunity to revamp. Sutton, who still appears be haunted by the memory of Helicopter Sunday, has been one of the worst offenders. A man who was an abject failure as a manager and is an even worse pundit, has been given free rein on both BT Sport and on the pages of the Daily Record to wage a witless campaign to undermine our new manager. If this is the best the media can do for commentary on our game then it is in a worse state than anyone feared. The Daily Record’s Keith Jackson, unwelcome at Ibrox for several weeks, has now concocted an excuse to criticise Pedro for taking the time to pose for photos with fans after winning the last game of the season. Pedro was not celebrating a mediocre season – he was rightly taking time to acknowledge the efforts of our supporters. Rangers supporters have, as always, shown tremendous loyalty ahead of next season by purchasing upwards of 35,000 season tickets prior to the start of the public sale. Despite a relative lack of success, our fans also boasted the largest travelling support in the UK over the course of the past season – once again proving our unwavering and unconditional support for our club. Pedro Caixinha will have the opportunity over the coming weeks to form his own squad and enable our supporters to assess him on the basis of his own efforts and ideas. When making that assessment, we will not take our lead from washed up journalists, ‘controversial’ pundits or disgruntled ex-employees. Club 1872 looks forward with optimism to the new season and hopes that the steadfast backing shown by our supporters will be rewarded with a Rangers team we can once again be proud of. Issued by Supporters Voice Limited, a Club 1872 company.
  11. Once again the Rangers support leave me awestruck. Fucking amazing.
  12. Should be reported to police for anti British racism.
  13. Taken from blog "With Brendan Rodgers' side miles ahead of us, Aberdeen almost certainly finishing second in the league and St Johnstone breathing down our neck for the final Europa League place" Given that celtic and aberdeen are in the Scottish Cup final and both have already qualified for Europe is it not the case that Rangers only need one point from our last four games to qualify for a place in the Europa.