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TheCutch

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  1. TheCutch liked a post in a topic by Tiger Shaw in Boycott   
    We never attended premier league grounds for 4 years when in the lower leagues, they all survived. 
  2. TheCutch liked a post in a topic by Polo in Boycott   
  3. TheCutch liked a post in a topic by julescotia in 2 Minutes Of Mentalness   
    Ibrox Baby .... It's just different!
     
     
  4. TheCutch liked a post in a topic by Rfc52 in *****Official Rangers v Braga Thread *****   
    It's been on and off all night mate but bouncing down the now. If this is off the night there's no chance it's played tomorrow as its to rain from 6am to 9pm
  5. TheCutch liked a post in a topic by STEPPS BOY in *****Official Rangers v Braga Thread *****   
    A break from the League tonight and i still look at Europe as a free shot.
    Looking forward to this now.
  6. TheCutch liked a post in a topic by ger4life_1872 in The split   
    I've read that twice and still dont really understand it 
  7. TheCutch liked a post in a topic by ForeverAndEver in Lost The Dressing Room   
    Murphy done well with us, started well under Gerrard before injury. Does what Kent does and gets goals, better than Jones/Barker.
  8. TheCutch liked a post in a topic by Bigsasasfloppyhair in Lost The Dressing Room   
    Why are you shouting? 
  9. TheCutch liked a post in a topic by jjbscotty12 in Lost The Dressing Room   
    Performances are fucking rotten but was much better when Kent got subbed for Kamberi.
  10. TheCutch liked a post in a topic by STEPPS BOY in *****Official Rangers v Livingston Match Thread*****   
    Just seen a video of Ryan Jack, Steve Davis and Glen Kamara passing the ball sideways and backways to see if pitch ok.
  11. TheCutch liked a post in a topic by STEPPS BOY in *****Official Rangers v Livingston Match Thread*****   
    Could affect our crossing tbf.
     
    might land 14 rows back instead of 6.
  12. TheCutch liked a post in a topic by Bears r us in *****Official Rangers v Livingston Match Thread*****   
    I really think it is how you feel and also act, I can still be like a 50 year old at times   and walking back to the car after a game find myself passing 20/30+ year old's sauntering along at a snails pace.
    Anyway hope the game goes ahead tomorrow and we get 3 points and I will enjoy Edinburgh with Mrs Bru for a couple of days, then back at Ibrox on Thursday night for the Braga game.  
  13. Sweetheart liked a post in a topic by TheCutch in *****Official Rangers v Livingston Match Thread*****   
    On the website. Bonkers decision. 
    How the fuck are supporters clubs expected to arrange transport at less than a days notice? 
  14. TheCutch liked a post in a topic by siddiqi_drinker in Rangers + Club 1872 Statements   
    Naw @BridgeIsBlue wrote himself 
  15. TheCutch liked a post in a topic by Rfc52 in Rangers + Club 1872 Statements   
    Rangers have obviously given them the rope and they've used it. 
     
  16. TheCutch liked a post in a topic by BridgeIsBlue in Rangers + Club 1872 Statements   
    The last sentence is some uppercut
  17. TheCutch liked a post in a topic by BridgeIsBlue in Rangers + Club 1872 Statements   
    Now that the Police have charged an individual with racially abusing Alfredo Morelos at the Old Firm game on 29 December, it is necessary to state yet again that racist abuse, indeed abuse of any form, must never be condoned or dismissed.
    The first thing to be made clear is that even though many others commented on the issue of abuse (racial and sectarian) directed towards Alfredo Morelos, Rangers had a duty of care not to say anything that might compromise a live Police Scotland investigation. What none of us should ever do, however, is dismiss, or trivialise abusive behaviour as too many media outlets, journalists, and pundits have done in this instance.
    Perhaps there might be a bout of contrition and one or two may feel a pang of guilt now that the evidence some of them so loudly demanded is there in the form of this charge.
    If enough of our media had been of a mind to treat the issue with the gravity required from the outset, as normally happens with these issues, there would have been none of the dismissive comments which have helped pollute social media, newspapers and broadcast platforms. Social media is, of course, largely lawless but some of the pieces written and broadcast around Alfredo Morelos in mainstream media were and remain disgraceful.
    He has been described as a waster, a cheat, an angry brat and one columnist/pundit actually wrote that if you can’t take the vitriol you are in the wrong city. The implication seems to be that the fault lies not with those who choose racism and abuse, but with a young immigrant who chose to come to our country. This is a deeply disturbing attitude and that it was actually expressed in a national newspaper defies belief.
    When a player is at the centre of an abuse claim he is treated with respect and sensitivity and given support. That is certainly the case in England, but not here and most certainly not with Alfredo Morelos, who is actually being demonised in many quarters of the media.
    A number of factually incorrect stories have been written and published about Alfredo recently causing a great deal of stress and anxiety within his family at a time when his heavily-pregnant wife should be calm and relaxed.
    A river of negative and hurtful attention has been flowing towards the Morelos family without thought or concern for the individuals involved and the way they have been treated is shameful. Especially vulgar is the manner in which claims of abuse, racist and sectarian, have been dismissed in some quarters – BBC Scotland in particular – where the overall situation has been mocked amid outrageous claims that Rangers were behind the leaking of certain stories. None of this shows our media and country in a good light.
    Perhaps now some people will take a long and honest look at themselves and who knows, they might even apologise, but all of this serves only to make Rangers even more committed to our Everyone Anyone campaign. We will not stop or slow our efforts to make Ibrox a place open and welcoming to all.
    Finally, Rangers would be more than happy to accommodate the young person involved in this latest incident on one of our courses designed to help people understand why racist and sectarian abuse is unacceptable. Indeed, if any of those journalists/pundits who got it so badly wrong would like to attend we’d also welcome and help them.
  18. TheCutch liked a post in a topic by Moody Blue Legend in Morelos racial abuser charged.   
    Pretty deep voice for a 12yo.
  19. TheCutch liked a post in a topic by ForeverAndEver in *****Official Killie v Rangers Match Thread*****   
    Be gutted when Morelos goes back to his parent club in the summer
  20. TheCutch liked a post in a topic by M0NTANA in Ibrox Match day Parking Ban   
    @Redwhiteandblue has got this one

  21. TheCutch liked a post in a topic by Redwhiteandblue in Ibrox Match day Parking Ban   
    What time does it start?
  22. TheCutch liked a post in a topic by Tiger Shaw in Ibrox Match day Parking Ban   
    Get @Redwhiteandblue to attend tooled up and knock fuck out them 👊🏼
  23. TheCutch liked a post in a topic by bluenoz in Absolutely done with this country   
    "Gies a job, I can do that."
  24. TheCutch liked a post in a topic by wully in Absolutely done with this country   
    Waking up this morning rough as fuck with a case half packed in the corner.
  25. semaj liked a post in a topic by TheCutch in Bobby Madden ....   
    Not read the whole thread, so apologies if it's already been mentioned.
    The linesman at the Stevenson/Alfie incident must have thought the wee man was going to pull a knife from his shorts the way he charged onto the field to block him off.
    Only when Morelos has been fouled do linesmen in particular (aswell as refs) charge in like that. 
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