Liam_RFC

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About Liam_RFC

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    Grace Ann Wilson born: 10/01/2010
  • Birthday 01/25/1986

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    Former season ticket holder.
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    Fomerly of CF3 Row H Seat 74

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  1. Halliday is just fucking Shite regardless of what position you play him in
  2. Dodoo deserves his chance for the rest of the season garner and waghorn just aren't good enough
  3. Wilson was brilliant today and our best defender
  4. I thought I was the only one that Negri annoyed Cunt on really played half a season then fucked it and goes on Facebook like he had spent most of his career here and loves us
  5. He's barley scored any goals plus the amount of sitters he's missed is a joke. Including the one from about 4 yards out and didn't even get it on target
  6. http://www.heraldscotland.com/sport/15092105.Price_could_be_right_if_De_Boer_is_offered_Rangers_job___agent/ FRANK de Boer's agent said last night that his client is not motivated by money and his interest in the vacant Rangers post this summer is genuine. While a move, short-term or long-term, for a Scottish candidate such as Alex McLeish or Derek McInnes still appears more realistic for the Ibrox club as they bid to replace Mark Warburton, the 46-year-old Dutchman - who led Ajax to four Eredivisie titles in a row before his most recent managerial stint at Italian giants Internazionale lasted just 85 days - insists he won't make a decision on his next club until May at the latest and could yet be open to a surprise return to Ibrox. While much will depend upon what other clubs express an interest in a man who has previously made it onto the shortlists at Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur, his representative Guido Albers - who brokered the deal which saw De Boer arrive at Ibrox as a 33-year-old under Alex McLeish on a heavily appearance-fee weighted contract back in 2004 - believes his wage won't be the stumbling block. De Boer was thought to be on a seven-figure annual sum during his time in Milan, although a sizeable fee will also be due were the Ibrox side to move for another potential target in Derek McInnes. "Two years ago Liverpool called and Tottenham called and I think for him it is important to take his time," said Albers. "But If he had no interest in a job like this [Rangers] he would say no definitely and he hasn't done this. "So if he has a good feeling about being approached by Glasgow then everything is possible," he added. "For now, he is not saying 'I am not going to do this or not do that'. Of course there have been a lot of things that he has said no to before but he is going to put all the options on the table in May and then he will make a decision. "When he played for Rangers, and you can ask David Murray about this, he didn't get any salary, he was playing for nothing, because he was just pleased that Rangers were going to let him play," Albers added. "You could imagine 25 coaches who are like that, in it for the money, but you can't say things like that about Frank because he has never made a choice about money. He makes his choices about ambition and what he really wants to do. I am not saying that he will work for nothing - for sure he won't! - but what I am not saying is that money will not make it impossible for him to go there. It will depend on everything, the club, the vision, the long-term, the quality of the players, everything like that. "I had the same with Ronald Koeman, when I brought him to Feyenoord everyone thought that was impossible because of the money, but he spent three years at Feyenoord. And now he is at Everton. "What they [a partnership between Frank and his brother Ronald] would bring is true football and a vision. At Ajax it worked because he had a vision and time to create a vision and I think if he gets the time that he will be successful at whatever his next club is too. I am absolutely convinced that he can go on to be one of the top managers in the world. Because I have seen him working and seen him succeed at Ajax where there is such pressure, to succeed with Dutch players."
  7. No one is going to want to come in and be the manager that lost the league to Celtic by about 30 points. Eck will get us to the end of the season and hopefully 2nd then king can hopefully bring someone in with A bit of quality and back him
  8. Miller is a Legend for us now but at the same time I wouldn't have him in the hall of fame ... can't be in there if you have played for them
  9. Can't believe fucking anything that comes out that shite forum
  10. We need a chairman that's fully committed King has disappeared and full of shit he flew back had a meeting and left before The Motherwell game and been to 1 game all season. He kept screaming for transparency before he got back on the board now he's doing the exact same thing we deserve to know what is happening
  11. He done about as much when he came on last night that mckays done all season get him signed try and get walker aswell
  12. Spot on we started brilliant but the 2nd half of last season was terrible after we beat the scum.
  13. It was his paper that posted it 😂
  14. Aye we were shite for 80 mins today but we came back and won it that's all that matters not even just to draw and get the replay we won so we go into the next round and forget about it
  15. MOH

    A didn't think he was our worse player today but what really lets him down is his decision making it's fucking awful