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  1. Good news and a warning to several other clubs who are nothing more than a plaything for very wealthy people.
  2. Rangers celebrated the opening of the Broomloan Road stand with a 2-1 win over a star-studded Spurs side featuring the front line of Ossie Ardiles, Ricardo Villa, Glenn Hoddle and Steve Archibald. Whilst the Spurs side may have had a duo of Argetinian World Cup stars, the Rangers had the talents of Davie Cooper on show and it was the Moody Blue who helped to open the scoring for the Light Blues in a blistering start, with his cross headed back across goal by Colin Jackson and put over the line by the head of Ian Redford. Newly signed Jim Bett and Colin McAdam impressed throughout the friendly and it was the latter who scored the second goal of the game for the Gers by getting his head onto a long Redford cross. Spurs pulled one back through John Lacy after some nice work by Ardiles, but it was too late and the Gers won the match 2-1. Rangers 2:1 Tottenham Ibrox Stadium Attendance: 35,000 Rangers: Peter McCloy, Sandy Jardine, Alex Miller, Tom Forsyth, Colin Jackson, Jim Bett, Davie Cooper, Bobby Russell, Colin McAdam, Ian Redford, John MacDonald Subs: Derek Johnstone SPURS: Barry Daines, Gordon Smith, Chris Hughton, Terry Yorath, John Lacy, Steve Perryman, Osvaldo Ardiles, Steve Archibald, Garth Crooks, Glenn Hoddle, Ricardo Villa
  3. Might be the same lad from this footage. Apparently Everton at the top of the video and Millwall at the bottom, 13 seconds in and you can see someone hit in the face and he backs off holding his face.
  4. LEIPZIG LET-DOWN celtic fans left with bitter taste after RB Leipzig defeat following ‘bar brawl’ arrests and ‘crush’ chaos outside Red Bull Arena The alleged scrap came before Hoops fans were caught up in a huge crush outside the Red Bull Arena as cops LAUGHED as fans issued a plea for help. Hundreds missed kick-off which was almost delayed due to flares being thrown. I went out there last year when we played Leipzig in the friendly and have to admit it was a bit chaotic trying to get in the away end, seemed to be very badly organised.
  5. There used to be a supporters club in Walsall several years ago, I assume its now gone? Supporters club in Stoke run a bus from Stafford if thats any good for you.
  6. Manager Derek McInnes suggested that the school holidays may have an effect but reiterated that he wants "as many supporters there as possible because it helps the team". Makes a change from using the school uniform excuse I suppose.
  7. Strong team. Would like us to try and put this to bed as early as possible and then rest Morelos.
  8. And we took to the pitch to celebrate, just exuberance obviously!
  9. Buried my dad in his masonic regalia and as we lowered his coffin into his grave I placed his masonic black penny on top of it. I regret that now though as I wish i'd kept it. One of the undertakers was obviously on the square as well as he spoke to me later and passed on his condolences.
  10. LATEST PREMIERSHIP TV SELECTIONS LADBROKES PREMIERSHIP FIXTURE CHANGES FOR OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER, INCLUDING DETAILS OF 10 MATCHES TO BE SHOWN LIVE Ten Ladbrokes Premiership matches have been selected for live coverage on Sky Sports and BT Sport during October and November. The list includes a double bill on Wednesday October 31, with both Dundee v celtic and Heart of Midlothian v Hibernian live on BT Sport. Three other fixtures, already switched to Sundays due to the Europa League, have been confirmed as 3.00pm kick-offs and will not be televised live. Please note that games on October 28 are subject to postponement depending on the progress of clubs to the semi-finals of the Betfred Cup that weekend. Sunday 7 October, 2018 Rangers v Heart of Midlothian Kick-off 3.00pm Sunday 7 October, 2018 St Johnstone v celtic Live on BT Sport, kick-off 3.30pm Sunday 21 October, 2018 Hamilton Academical v Rangers Live on Sky Sports, kick-off 1.30pm Sunday 28 October, 2018 celtic v Motherwell Kick-off 3.00pm Sunday 28 October, 2018 Hibernian v Rangers Live on BT Sport, kick-off 12.15pm Wednesday 31 October, 2018 Dundee v celtic Live on BT Sport, kick-off 7.45pm Wednesday 31 October, 2018 Heart of Midlothian v Hibernian Live on BT Sport, kick-off 7.45pm Saturday 3 November, 2018 St Mirren v Rangers Live on Sky Sports, kick-off 12.30pm Sunday 4 November, 2018 Kilmarnock v Aberdeen Live on BT Sport, kick-off 12.15pm Friday 9 November, 2018 Aberdeen v Hibernian Live on BT Sport, kick-off 7.45pm Sunday 11 November, 2018 Livingston v celtic Live on Sky Sports, kick-off 12 noon Sunday 11 November, 2018 Rangers v Motherwell Kick-off 3.00pm Saturday 24 November, 2018 Hamilton Academical v celtic Live on BT Sport, kick-off 12.30pm
  11. Can't see them getting millions for him now, not now the English transfer window has closed. Would rather he did stay and left for nothing at the end of the season.
  12. They might be able to buy the press off in Scotland but they can't do it for the rest of the UK. Tick Tock!
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