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Dennistoun Rangers last won the day on August 5 2015

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  1. Preston Fan on Joe Garner

    Good to hear. I don't know how any fellow Briton can like the wee small team that share our city (wear Green and Grey hoops) given their disdain and hatred of our fine nation. These parasites glorify baby killing IRA (who surrendered) scum every game. Not to mention their harbouring of Paedophiles and raping of their youngsters. They really are a scourge on the United Kingdom they claim to hate but love to financially drain. Best of British for next year always had a soft spot since Sir David Healy was at Deepdale.
  2. Latest From Shoot

    As the 2015 draws to a close and managers draw up their transfer window shopping lists, Rangers find themselves in a mini-slump in the race for the Scottish Championship. A haul of five points from a possible 12 has seen Hibs draw level with Mark Warburtons side. Draws with Livingston and Morton, followed by a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Falkirk, could see the Easter Road men leapfrog the Gers and go into 2016 with a three-point lead at the top of the table when the sides meet on Monday at a sold out Ibrox. After the game I dont think many Rangers fans were too surprised with the scoreline at the Falkirk Stadium and the Bairns were simply more clinical than their visitors, making their limited chances count. Rangers, not for the first time this season, were far too patient in their approach play and looked more than happy to play retain possession without it ever really having any real attacking threat. Falkirk keeper Danny Rogers, on loan from Aberdeen, had a good game and made a few good stops to keep his side ahead, although his opposite number had to be alert on a number of occasions to stop the Bairns extending their lead. Mark Warburtons Rangers are in a mini-slump Then there was the penalty decision for Falkirk. Ive already made it clear that they were the better side and deserved to win so please dont take this as sour grapes but the decision by Willie Collum (Scotlands refereeing representative at the 2016 European Championships in France) to give Falkirk a penalty for a foul which was clearly outside the box will take a long, long time for someone to explain. Of course, this being Scotland, Mr. Collum was punished for making such a poor decision by being chosen to referee a televised game next week. Its almost as ridiculous a decision as the one made at the Falkirk Stadium. Looking forward, the Hibs game on December 28th now takes on massive importance going into the new year. Mark Warburton has shown a steadfast refusal to move his favoured tactics, however, theres now a few questions beginning to be asked about the selection and tactical decisions being made. Over the last few weeks there have been growing calls for Gedion Zelalem to be dropped and replaced with Nicky Law, whilst some would like to see the team revert to playing a 4-4-2 and called into question the starting places of almost all of the players. However, despite the recent drop in results, I dont think there is any need at all for wholesale changes to the side or the tactics but I do think there needs to be some tweaks made to recapture that early season form. The front three, particularly the two wide players, need to contribute more defensively and press the opposition much more regularly. Putting opposition defenders under pressure before they can get the ball into the middle of the park and cutting off the passing options higher up the pitch will make it harder for teams to sit in and allow Rangers to play passes around in front of a packed defence. There also needs to be more urgency in Rangers play. Despite regularly racking up possession on the other side of 60%, the team struggle to break sides down who sit in and look to hit them with counter attacking football. Too often the players look to pass the ball instead taking a defender on or even taking a shot, leading to a recent post on the RangersMedia forum titled Shoot! which had, at least, one user left disappointed after expecting another of yours trulys blogs. Now that John Eustace definitely isnt signing and Andy Halliday cant also be the back-up for Andy Halliday, Mark Warburton will have a conundrum on his hands when the transfer window. Does he keep Andy Murdoch after the midfielder returns from his loan spell at Cowdenbeath and let him compete with Jordan Thompson for a seat on the bench? He could use Dom Ball or Rob Kiernan as back up to Halliday. Or he could even bring someone else in who to play in that position and use Halliday elsewhere. If the manager decides to bring a fresh face in then he could do much worse than look at Falkirks Will Vaulks. The young Englishman can play a number of positions in midfield or defence and has been a stand-out in Peter Houstons side. Despite being only 22 he has made over 100 appearances for the Bairns and has attracted attention from clubs both sides of the border. Hes far from the finished article but he is a player who would fit comfortably into the current style at Ibrox. A sharp passer and strong tackler, Vaulks could slot comfortably into the role currently held by Halliday, who could be used to much greater effect further forward. He played a big part in helping Falkirk to last seasons Scottish Cup final and looks to have a bright future ahead of him. Finally, since this is my last blog of 2015 Id just like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas, a Happy New Year and to say thank you for reading throughout the past 12 months. I look forward to speaking to you all in 2016.
  3. Rangers Megastore Sale

    Anything for a 2 year old GB?
  4. Rangers Megastore Sale

    Congratulations HR
  5. Rangers Megastore Sale

    I bet you say the Shankhill too you knob
  6. Rangers Megastore Sale

    Oh right, so what was your first post about? Minstral is a well respected and known poster who you would know from your 3 years on here surely.
  7. Rangers Megastore Sale

    Spiv bastard.
  8. Rangers Megastore Sale

    I'm not your mate. Mates of mine don't attempt to belittle veteran Bears/Loyalists for buying his Grandkids Rangers gear. PS I thought it was Dave King and not Rangers you followed going by your earlier mutterings on this thread.
  9. Rangers Megastore Sale

    Rangers Superstore purchases. Shoukd he buy a cheap knock off Crusaders top of your paid hand leaders instead and make a few fan spivs some extra coin for Christmas?
  10. Rangers Megastore Sale

    You mean £ollow £ollow? Whwre the paid hands would delete and censor such a post? Away and take a flying fuck to yourself you KNOB.
  11. Rangers Megastore Sale

    Bear or not, you are a Grade A knob
  12. Rangers Megastore Sale

    Fuck away off you ya prick. You've most likely never thrown a stone in anger in your puff.
  13. Would You...

    Signing for Bheast FC is not giving your son a shot at anything bar play for a rancid, paedophile harbouring club in front of Racist, Baby Killer glorifying vhermin. My son wouldn't consider it in the first place.
  14. George Was A Rangers Man, From East Belfast

    Everyone from Loyalist Northern Ireland is a Bear at some point. Some it stays with some it doesn't.
  15. Baa

    Check out the Dude's twitter next time.
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