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  1. tannerall

    Laughing stock

    I remember the days when we started off with perfect pitches for the first month or so of the season, then gradually became churned up wet mud as the rainy season came in after Autumn. Windy winter months brought occasional games played on snow, slush and frost, or thick misty conditions and fog, into the spring and a period of wet muddy pitches, followed by dried out hardened muddy pitches, and then rest of season played out on a covering of sand over the ruined turf. Lush turfed grass was a novelty for most of the season Rangers v Aberdeen in the fifties. "Who worries about snow and ice when they are playing a game of this calibre ?." Could be Rangers.....Hibs.........Dundee........who knows, but saw games played in much worse fog than this.
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    Get rid of the feeble minded

    Just you concentrate on getting rid of the fenian minded on here puff.
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    Fringe and Reserve Players who deserve a shot

    Don't know about reserve players with a fringe as most of them have well barbered haircuts, but that wee guy with the mophair who played in the recent tournament success could go on to be a great player.
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    Get rid of the feeble minded

    As I read that the words feeble minded were very much highlighted for the whole post.
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    Linfield

    Done what ? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Egyptian_Premier_League
  6. tannerall

    125 Years Ago Today.

    An old season ticket from the same year, owned by a Belfast man.
  7. tannerall

    Treatment room

    Naismith, expect him to be injured again by end of May, and back here in August.
  8. tannerall

    Lafferty

    Never understand why managers don't understand they need 4 decent strikers in a 22 man squad. Chances are you are going to get one injured, one suspended, or one off form. You're definitely going to get periods when two are out, and if you only got three strikers you're fucked when something happens to the last one. And also 4 strikers keeps up the competition om the top two.
  9. Davis and Lafferty. This is why we should never go back to players who were here before. They will never be as good as they were first time round. The game too physically and athletically demanding now for outfield players as they get older. (Exception for McGregor, goalkeepers always tend to improve with age, as they become more experienced)
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    ***OFFICIAL Rangers V St Johnstone THREAD***

    Cos they are not playing obviously, which is why they are a big miss. Do you not think Jack would have improved our line up today, or are you just at it. Certainly better players than most of our current midfield.
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    ***OFFICIAL Rangers V St Johnstone THREAD***

    Think it shows how important Jack and Arfield are when it comes to experience and taking responsibility. Davis is past it and the rest of our midfield lack experience. Dorrans and Rossiter a big miss.
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    ***OFFICIAL Rangers V St Johnstone THREAD***

    Now there's a first. Sums up how poor we've been.
  13. tannerall

    ***OFFICIAL Rangers V St Johnstone THREAD***

    Staunch defending by that protestant cross bar there.
  14. tannerall

    ***OFFICIAL Rangers V St Johnstone THREAD***

    At least Gerrard spotted it and put on Coulibally to cover the right, last throw of the dice.
  15. tannerall

    ***OFFICIAL Rangers V St Johnstone THREAD***

    Being ripped apart from on our right hand defence side now we've got about 6 left side and central players up and in midfield and upfront. Tavernier on his own now there.
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