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bluenoz

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  1. The boy that threw the buckfast bottle was a disgrace, The boy who ran on the park excited at a goal, not so much. I know he broke the law....
  2. Following the announcement last Friday of Dave King’s departure as Chairman of Rangers Football Club, Club 1872 would like to take this opportunity to address everything he has done for our football club and for Club 1872. Rangers supporters and everyone connected to the club owe a huge debt of gratitude to him for stepping up, along with other current investors, at a time when our football club was in great danger from a group of people intent on running it into the ground. Had it not been for his decisive action the outlook for Rangers would have been very bleak. Over the five years of his chairmanship the club has dramatically improved both on and off the pitch. He has overseen a complete overhaul of the football department, with a structure now in place to take us forward for years to come. He has also ensured that Ibrox Stadium is being gradually returned to its former glory after years of wilful neglect. We now have a manager capable of returning us to the top of the Scottish game and a squad of players who have done the club proud in European competition and continue to push for our 55th domestic title. The club has regained its respect and its soul and is now recognisable once again as the Rangers we are all proud to call ours. Aside from his efforts on behalf of Rangers, the outgoing chairman has been our point of contact with the Rangers board and a source of continual encouragement for Club 1872, with his public commitment to ensuring a significant supporter shareholding in the club always at the forefront of our discussions. In his absence we will continue to engage constructively with the Rangers board and look forward to doing so with the same vital principle in mind. We wish the Interim Chairman, Douglas Park and Interim Vice Chairman, John Bennett well in their roles. Whilst others outside of the Rangers family might see fit to debate Dave King’s tenure as chairman it is absolutely clear to those who matter most that he saved our football club and will forever be remembered for doing so. We wish him well in his ‘retirement’ and will continue to work closely with him as the largest individual shareholder in Rangers International Football Club Plc. Thank you, Dave King.
  3. The sport is irrelevant. Whether football, rugby, basketball, ice hockey or tidily winks, the point is sporting integrity. Well done SRU.
  4. Big meeting tomorrow with all 55 member associations will hopefully provide some clarity.
  5. Showing up late for your work before an important cup-tie is a clear indication his head is turned.
  6. That Riquelme kid will go on to embarrass a lot more experience defenders than young Nathan next year. He has to be given his chance very soon. Alan Hutton got his chance at 18. He was raw and turned out pretty good.
  7. Great young player but has hardly kicked a ball in three years. When does Patterson become old enough?
  8. When Alfie scored on Boxing Day, 2019, who would ever have imagined at that time that it may possibly be his last goal ever scored in a Rangers shirt. He could do no wrong at the time.
  9. What chance do we bloody have when Barry Ferguson says... "if celtic are going to be made champions I doubt there will be many happy Rangers fans but if that’s decision the SPFL make you just have to get on with it.”
  10. probably no chance of being caught since they hadn't even lost and the reaction is "such a shame" because they understand the meaning of sporting integrity.
  11. I do see where you are coming from mate but we were virtually on our knees. It took time to get here. Should we win the league next year, I think the credit goes to DK rather Douglas Park.
  12. I would imagine the transfer market will take a huge hit as well. I wonder how much free agents like Cavani for example are worth after this is all over?
  13. I agree, however yesterday's statement leans the other way.
  14. The only hope we had of null & void was UEFA but they have basically come out and said it will be up to individual governing organizations to decide. We know which way the SPFL are going to go. Unless I interpreted the UEFA statement wrongly.
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