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  1. SteveJ liked a post in a topic by bombaybadboy08 in Burnley At Ibrox 21St July   
    Ibrox Bar is decent, the view is stunning as you overlook Ibrox but it smells of damp towels.
    Decent queue for the Motherwell game but we got in quickly, couple of bars as well so got a pint quick enough.
    Much prefer Bar 72 though but you're paying a bit dearer for the privilege of having a bar at half time etc.
    If I'm going I will be on the lash anyway.
  2. bombaybadboy08 liked a post in a topic by SteveJ in Burnley At Ibrox 21St July   
    Having never drank at Ibrox and aiming to do on Tuesday, I was looking for details on this but the website only lists The Ibrox Bar - is this one in the same? The reason I ask is I thought you had to pay to get in but it states any fan with a ticket can enter.
    Louden is my first stop 'tho :-)
  3. The Louden Tavern liked a post in a topic by SteveJ in Burnley At Ibrox 21St July   
    The Louden will be seeing us on Tuesday, for the first time. As an adult supporter, I have always drove to the games, so no pub action, and the fact we shall be Subway Loyal on Tuesday means it's a sash bash for me.
  4. SteveJ liked a post in a topic by govanblue in Burnley At Ibrox 21St July   
    The Ibrox Bar is the official new stadium bar, ground floor, in between the Megastore and the SJ Stand
    Maybe not on Tuesday, but usually there's a long queue to get in, with what looks like a 1 in, 1 out policy.
    So just get out the tube station, cross the road, into the Louden, and worry about the rest later.
  5. SteveJ liked a post in a topic by theiconicman in Burnley At Ibrox 21St July   
    Even for friendlies I can only buy tickets in the BR3 if I buy a child as well? There is no way my 8 year old daughter will be at a midweek game, she is in bed by 7!
    Need to sit elsewhere.
  6. SteveJ liked a post in a topic by Rangers#1 in Burnley At Ibrox 21St July   
    That's very good of you mate, where and when
  7. IainB liked a post in a topic by SteveJ in Burnley At Ibrox 21St July   
    I don't get to many games these days but I will be at Ibrox on Tuesday. The £10 ticket fee is a bonus, the real reason I am going is that I love Rangers FC and I have forsaken them for my sons football and now his refereeing career. Ironically, I am taking my wife with me and we shall stay in Glasgow overnight - party!
  8. Konovolov liked a post in a topic by SteveJ in Our New Captain Is....possibly John Eustace   
    No, it feels like our new manager needs a captain that will hold the team on and off the park.
    Comparison is the age factor, nothing more.
  9. SteveJ liked a post in a topic by CaptainAmerica18 in Our New Captain Is....possibly John Eustace   
    I trust Mark Warburton more than I trust any of the crackpots on here.
  10. SteveJ liked a post in a topic by GOAT in Our New Captain Is....possibly John Eustace   
    What about Davie Weirs, enough of them at Ibrox?
  11. SteveJ liked a post in a topic by gogzy in Our New Captain Is....possibly John Eustace   
    If Warburton wants him, then I back the apointment ( if it happens)
    I know alarm bells start ringing when you hear about 35 yer old players coming to the club, however, if he can do even half as good as someone like SDoW ( who was older than 35 when he came to us) then that would be great.
    An older head with a nice blend of youth beside him could be exactly what we need.
    I trust Warburtons judgement.
  12. WadeWilson liked a post in a topic by SteveJ in ***** The Official Motherwell V Rangers Thread*****   
    Shopping with the missus during one of our most important games of the season?
  13. eejay the dj liked a post in a topic by SteveJ in *****the Official Hibs V Rangers Thread*****   
    Not sure I like to hear the 'luck' word used for our display today. As soon as I seen that McCall had changed the formation, I was excited and as soon as I seen the players press quickly, making things difficult for the Hibs players, I sensed a win was on the cards.
    Hibs fans are claiming Hibs were poor today and I can tell you for why - Ally's teams sat back and let them play their preferred style of football. McCall's team today gave no room nor time on the ball, making Hibs look average.
  14. Blumhoilann liked a post in a topic by SteveJ in *****the Official Hibs V Rangers Thread*****   
    Not sure I like to hear the 'luck' word used for our display today. As soon as I seen that McCall had changed the formation, I was excited and as soon as I seen the players press quickly, making things difficult for the Hibs players, I sensed a win was on the cards.
    Hibs fans are claiming Hibs were poor today and I can tell you for why - Ally's teams sat back and let them play their preferred style of football. McCall's team today gave no room nor time on the ball, making Hibs look average.
  15. Ardrossan Dave liked a post in a topic by SteveJ in *****the Official Hibs V Rangers Thread*****   
    Not sure I like to hear the 'luck' word used for our display today. As soon as I seen that McCall had changed the formation, I was excited and as soon as I seen the players press quickly, making things difficult for the Hibs players, I sensed a win was on the cards.
    Hibs fans are claiming Hibs were poor today and I can tell you for why - Ally's teams sat back and let them play their preferred style of football. McCall's team today gave no room nor time on the ball, making Hibs look average.
  16. Der Hammer of Der Gods liked a post in a topic by SteveJ in *****the Official Hibs V Rangers Thread*****   
    Not sure I like to hear the 'luck' word used for our display today. As soon as I seen that McCall had changed the formation, I was excited and as soon as I seen the players press quickly, making things difficult for the Hibs players, I sensed a win was on the cards.
    Hibs fans are claiming Hibs were poor today and I can tell you for why - Ally's teams sat back and let them play their preferred style of football. McCall's team today gave no room nor time on the ball, making Hibs look average.
  17. showtime69 liked a post in a topic by SteveJ in ***the Official Rangers Vs Livingston Match Thread***   
    http://live.drakulastream.eu/players/free-live-video-streaming-rangers-fc-livingston-football-scotland-division-1-28354.html
  18. SteveJ liked a post in a topic by Carsons Dog in *** New Manager Discussion ***   
    We needed a new manager 3 years ago
  19. SteveJ liked a post in a topic by Courtyard Bear in McCoist stays   
    No way I'm taking BP9's sloppy seconds thank you very much.
  20. SteveJ liked a post in a topic by GOAT in ***The Official Rangers vs Inverness Match Thread***   
    East end mate, got to keep the curtains shut.
  21. SteveJ liked a post in a topic by Robespierre in Rangers fans for yes   
    The point I was making was that you've clearly chosen to vote No just because most of the Rangers fans are too. Quite a strange way to decide your children's future but hey-ho.
  22. Del liked a post in a topic by SteveJ in Rangers fans for yes   
    I am one of the fans you speak of!
    My family had and still has Protestant beliefs, I just did not carry them in to my adult life - probably because I left my family behind to join the RAF and met plenty of differently opinionated people, from different parts of the country.
    I did not start following Rangers because of any Protestant links, nor did I do it for the football - I did it because I doted on my Grandad and I was happy to follow his team - my team today and my son's today/tomorrow.
    In terms of voting, I have no idea where my pen is going to go - at the moment - but I will make up my mind by sitting down and taking in ALL arguments. I can tell you one thing that WILL NOT sway my thinking - Football.
    I am Scottish, supporting a Scottish club with British heritage, but have heard these arguments about not being a true fan for not being a Prod. It just does not sit right with me and I think that the majority of Protestants can understand those who follow Rangers for the football and/or family reasons - they may not like it but they accept it. It is the minority of Protestants that may have listened to the bells and whistles but fell asleep during the teachings of everyone has a right to think for themselves and that includes Rangers fans. The same who fell asleep at the bit where they were told Protestantism is not a prerequisite for being a Rangers fan.
    This guy will continue to believe he is a Ranger because he is a Prod or vice versa - not much chance of us changing his view.
  23. CHAMPS4LIFE liked a post in a topic by SteveJ in Rangers fans for yes   
    Stephen Hester is English
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