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  1. bluedart1952 liked a post in a topic by Reformation Bear in Tom English Kilmarnock game comments - Club 1872 Statement   
    I wonder if Club 1872 has developed a strategy for dealing with Rangers-related BBC biased etc reporting (or any media bias etc reporting for that matter).     Do they just wait until an incident happens then try to deal with each incident on the facts / opinions of its own case?    What we seem to me to get is reporting bias etc incident after incident with each taken on its own and when the dust settles everybody waits for the next (inevitable) incident and off we go again.
    If they are not already doing so maybe Club 1872 - or even better Rangers media team - could perhaps be collating details of each incident that's taken place in recent times and registering the details, including responses and actions taken,  on a website so that the cumulative whole and complete picture is readily accessible and there as evidence for all to see.   Clearly details of the individual incidents could be gathered up by interested persons to get the same picture but if the work was done by 1872 or the Club's media team then there would be a single source of Rangers-authenticated detail of each incident and the outcome.
    Why do this?    Well maybe there is significantly more weight to be applied against the BBC if the latest incident is put alongside previous incidents so that the cumulative factual case is visible not only to Rangers, Club 1872 and the Support but to the wider broadcasting regulators and to the wider world.     That way maybe more influence might be applied to cause the BBC to amend its ways and clean up its reporting act for all things Rangers.    
    Right now I think we are in a media-dominated 'divide and conquer' way of working where each incident gets dealt with as a single incident with a mild knuckle-rap as a consequence.  Which is no incentive on the BBC or its reporting staff to amend their reporting ways.    They simply take the small hit and move on to generating the next incident and off we go again.
    Create the cumulative record, make it publicly available (taking care to avoid libel etc legal pitfalls) and then call up  the cumulative history into the public domain every time a new incident happens.      The sanctions on those creating the anti-Rangers false etc reporting might then become more meaningful and the sanctions against the BBC itself might become far more effective.
    Maybe that's all too much like hard work.  Or not in the spirit of past eras of dignified silence.   Or maybe the Club and its media team and Club 1872 would just prefer to take each case on its own merits and let the past be the past and of no relevance to current or future cases.   
  2. glasgow argyle liked a post in a topic by Reformation Bear in Tom English Kilmarnock game comments - Club 1872 Statement   
    I wonder if Club 1872 has developed a strategy for dealing with Rangers-related BBC biased etc reporting (or any media bias etc reporting for that matter).     Do they just wait until an incident happens then try to deal with each incident on the facts / opinions of its own case?    What we seem to me to get is reporting bias etc incident after incident with each taken on its own and when the dust settles everybody waits for the next (inevitable) incident and off we go again.
    If they are not already doing so maybe Club 1872 - or even better Rangers media team - could perhaps be collating details of each incident that's taken place in recent times and registering the details, including responses and actions taken,  on a website so that the cumulative whole and complete picture is readily accessible and there as evidence for all to see.   Clearly details of the individual incidents could be gathered up by interested persons to get the same picture but if the work was done by 1872 or the Club's media team then there would be a single source of Rangers-authenticated detail of each incident and the outcome.
    Why do this?    Well maybe there is significantly more weight to be applied against the BBC if the latest incident is put alongside previous incidents so that the cumulative factual case is visible not only to Rangers, Club 1872 and the Support but to the wider broadcasting regulators and to the wider world.     That way maybe more influence might be applied to cause the BBC to amend its ways and clean up its reporting act for all things Rangers.    
    Right now I think we are in a media-dominated 'divide and conquer' way of working where each incident gets dealt with as a single incident with a mild knuckle-rap as a consequence.  Which is no incentive on the BBC or its reporting staff to amend their reporting ways.    They simply take the small hit and move on to generating the next incident and off we go again.
    Create the cumulative record, make it publicly available (taking care to avoid libel etc legal pitfalls) and then call up  the cumulative history into the public domain every time a new incident happens.      The sanctions on those creating the anti-Rangers false etc reporting might then become more meaningful and the sanctions against the BBC itself might become far more effective.
    Maybe that's all too much like hard work.  Or not in the spirit of past eras of dignified silence.   Or maybe the Club and its media team and Club 1872 would just prefer to take each case on its own merits and let the past be the past and of no relevance to current or future cases.   
  3. bluenoz liked a post in a topic by Reformation Bear in Tom English Kilmarnock game comments - Club 1872 Statement   
    I wonder if Club 1872 has developed a strategy for dealing with Rangers-related BBC biased etc reporting (or any media bias etc reporting for that matter).     Do they just wait until an incident happens then try to deal with each incident on the facts / opinions of its own case?    What we seem to me to get is reporting bias etc incident after incident with each taken on its own and when the dust settles everybody waits for the next (inevitable) incident and off we go again.
    If they are not already doing so maybe Club 1872 - or even better Rangers media team - could perhaps be collating details of each incident that's taken place in recent times and registering the details, including responses and actions taken,  on a website so that the cumulative whole and complete picture is readily accessible and there as evidence for all to see.   Clearly details of the individual incidents could be gathered up by interested persons to get the same picture but if the work was done by 1872 or the Club's media team then there would be a single source of Rangers-authenticated detail of each incident and the outcome.
    Why do this?    Well maybe there is significantly more weight to be applied against the BBC if the latest incident is put alongside previous incidents so that the cumulative factual case is visible not only to Rangers, Club 1872 and the Support but to the wider broadcasting regulators and to the wider world.     That way maybe more influence might be applied to cause the BBC to amend its ways and clean up its reporting act for all things Rangers.    
    Right now I think we are in a media-dominated 'divide and conquer' way of working where each incident gets dealt with as a single incident with a mild knuckle-rap as a consequence.  Which is no incentive on the BBC or its reporting staff to amend their reporting ways.    They simply take the small hit and move on to generating the next incident and off we go again.
    Create the cumulative record, make it publicly available (taking care to avoid libel etc legal pitfalls) and then call up  the cumulative history into the public domain every time a new incident happens.      The sanctions on those creating the anti-Rangers false etc reporting might then become more meaningful and the sanctions against the BBC itself might become far more effective.
    Maybe that's all too much like hard work.  Or not in the spirit of past eras of dignified silence.   Or maybe the Club and its media team and Club 1872 would just prefer to take each case on its own merits and let the past be the past and of no relevance to current or future cases.   
  4. Bears r us liked a post in a topic by Reformation Bear in Tom English Kilmarnock game comments - Club 1872 Statement   
    I wonder if Club 1872 has developed a strategy for dealing with Rangers-related BBC biased etc reporting (or any media bias etc reporting for that matter).     Do they just wait until an incident happens then try to deal with each incident on the facts / opinions of its own case?    What we seem to me to get is reporting bias etc incident after incident with each taken on its own and when the dust settles everybody waits for the next (inevitable) incident and off we go again.
    If they are not already doing so maybe Club 1872 - or even better Rangers media team - could perhaps be collating details of each incident that's taken place in recent times and registering the details, including responses and actions taken,  on a website so that the cumulative whole and complete picture is readily accessible and there as evidence for all to see.   Clearly details of the individual incidents could be gathered up by interested persons to get the same picture but if the work was done by 1872 or the Club's media team then there would be a single source of Rangers-authenticated detail of each incident and the outcome.
    Why do this?    Well maybe there is significantly more weight to be applied against the BBC if the latest incident is put alongside previous incidents so that the cumulative factual case is visible not only to Rangers, Club 1872 and the Support but to the wider broadcasting regulators and to the wider world.     That way maybe more influence might be applied to cause the BBC to amend its ways and clean up its reporting act for all things Rangers.    
    Right now I think we are in a media-dominated 'divide and conquer' way of working where each incident gets dealt with as a single incident with a mild knuckle-rap as a consequence.  Which is no incentive on the BBC or its reporting staff to amend their reporting ways.    They simply take the small hit and move on to generating the next incident and off we go again.
    Create the cumulative record, make it publicly available (taking care to avoid libel etc legal pitfalls) and then call up  the cumulative history into the public domain every time a new incident happens.      The sanctions on those creating the anti-Rangers false etc reporting might then become more meaningful and the sanctions against the BBC itself might become far more effective.
    Maybe that's all too much like hard work.  Or not in the spirit of past eras of dignified silence.   Or maybe the Club and its media team and Club 1872 would just prefer to take each case on its own merits and let the past be the past and of no relevance to current or future cases.   
  5. Ayrshire Blue liked a post in a topic by Reformation Bear in Tom English Kilmarnock game comments - Club 1872 Statement   
    I wonder if Club 1872 has developed a strategy for dealing with Rangers-related BBC biased etc reporting (or any media bias etc reporting for that matter).     Do they just wait until an incident happens then try to deal with each incident on the facts / opinions of its own case?    What we seem to me to get is reporting bias etc incident after incident with each taken on its own and when the dust settles everybody waits for the next (inevitable) incident and off we go again.
    If they are not already doing so maybe Club 1872 - or even better Rangers media team - could perhaps be collating details of each incident that's taken place in recent times and registering the details, including responses and actions taken,  on a website so that the cumulative whole and complete picture is readily accessible and there as evidence for all to see.   Clearly details of the individual incidents could be gathered up by interested persons to get the same picture but if the work was done by 1872 or the Club's media team then there would be a single source of Rangers-authenticated detail of each incident and the outcome.
    Why do this?    Well maybe there is significantly more weight to be applied against the BBC if the latest incident is put alongside previous incidents so that the cumulative factual case is visible not only to Rangers, Club 1872 and the Support but to the wider broadcasting regulators and to the wider world.     That way maybe more influence might be applied to cause the BBC to amend its ways and clean up its reporting act for all things Rangers.    
    Right now I think we are in a media-dominated 'divide and conquer' way of working where each incident gets dealt with as a single incident with a mild knuckle-rap as a consequence.  Which is no incentive on the BBC or its reporting staff to amend their reporting ways.    They simply take the small hit and move on to generating the next incident and off we go again.
    Create the cumulative record, make it publicly available (taking care to avoid libel etc legal pitfalls) and then call up  the cumulative history into the public domain every time a new incident happens.      The sanctions on those creating the anti-Rangers false etc reporting might then become more meaningful and the sanctions against the BBC itself might become far more effective.
    Maybe that's all too much like hard work.  Or not in the spirit of past eras of dignified silence.   Or maybe the Club and its media team and Club 1872 would just prefer to take each case on its own merits and let the past be the past and of no relevance to current or future cases.   
  6. Reformation Bear liked a post in a topic by eskbankloyal in Tom English Kilmarnock game comments - Club 1872 Statement   
    I had a complaint against Michael Stewart upheld for his comments on Sportsound the day after the game. 
     
    That’s now 2 individuals from the BBC who have been censured for effectively calling Rangers fans who were crushed trying to enter a football stadium, liars. 
    Just let that sink in. 
    It should be fucking headline news across the country. 
  7. Reformation Bear liked a post in a topic by bluenoz in Tom English Kilmarnock game comments - Club 1872 Statement   
    Apologies mean nothing after the fact. The damage is already done.
  8. Reformation Bear liked a post in a topic by thehost in Katic -- new deal   
    great news
  9. docspiderman liked a post in a topic by Reformation Bear in Ross Wilson   
    I wonder which other candidates for Sporting Director the Club considered.   Any, none, or was Wilson to be shoe-horned in without a proper testing of the market, the Club having been spooked by Allen's sudden departure?    From the article on the Rangers website it seems to me to be a head-hunting job where there was only one candidate.    Is that really best practice for a role of this nature...….I'm not convinced.
    So - to track record - Southampton, Watford, Huddersfield Town and Falkirk.  Preceded by learning stuff at university.     A stellar enough track record of actually delivering outstanding success?   IMO Rangers has appointed someone with a  journeyman track record of someone who has yet to make enough of  a visible and telling  contribution at a club with comparable ambition -and status - to Rangers.    A bet is being placed that he is somehow sufficiently experienced, competent and capable of performing a Sporting Director role at Rangers and in doing so be a vital part of the football leadership at Ibrox to bring home title 55 and cups, and European success.    This appointment has, to my mind, a feel of being more like a panic buy.     The need to do something quickly to plug an unexpected gap and then not (seemingly) bothering to do much of a serious test of the market to check who might be better alternative candidates.      
    I hope the Club has taken all necessary care to get what it wants in making this appointment or the Club (and the Support) will be forced to like what we got in the appointment of Wilson.
    It will be interesting to see what happens next.   By that I mean to note if any backroom staff departures start to happen, and if so who and the reasons for going and who. if anyone, replaces them.   A real and meaningful test will be the extent to which Wilson and Gerrard find they are able to work effectively and well together.   
    Is Wilson really the best available candidate and did Rangers test the market to see which other better qualified and more experienced candidates might have been available?   I don't suppose we'll ever have that level of transparency from the Rangers exec team.    They've made their choice and that is that.  Closed chapter for them.  They move on to next topic. 
     
  10. To Be A Ranger liked a post in a topic by Reformation Bear in Ross Wilson   
    Not a trick he can dare repeat at Rangers.   He'll be shopping in budget markets he's not used to shopping in and with money where every penny spent needs to be spent as wisely as possible.   Sure every club ends up with signings that just don't work out and end up being judged as duds.    IMO there is a lot less room for that sort of misjudgement at still cash-strapped Rangers than at Southampton with the flow of funds they get from EPL status.      Has he really got the experience and skillset and contacts to get bargain basement players who turn out to be developed into Rangers-class (in this era anyway) players?    Time will tell.   
    We'll also see how good his selling skills are to sell Rangers and the SPFL to attract the equivalents (or better than) Tav, Defoe, Morelos, Barasic, Katic, Edmundson. etc.    The quality of signings arriving on his watch, and the effectiveness of those signings in propelling Rangers to win titles and cups will be the main defining marker of whether Wilson is the real deal to deliver for Rangers  or just a learner who is CV building and who will move on having not brought in enough good quality players for the limited dough this current Board can make available. .       
  11. Paisley Blue Loyal liked a post in a topic by Reformation Bear in ***** Official EURO 2020 Qualifications Thread****   
    Might be wrong here but I don't think San Marino has ever won a competitive  international game.    The last time they scored a goal seems to be back in Sept 2017.  The last time they took a point from a game looks to be way back in 2014.     Today would be an amazing day for their football fortunes to take a turn for the better.     A win would be nothing short of sensational.    A draw nearly as sensational.   
    They'll not get a much better opportunity to put their name on the international football headlines than playing Scotland under Clarke and in front of what looks like it will be the lowest ever crowd for an international at Hampden.      History beckoning I wonder, or will Clarke pull off a miraculous winning result?
     
  12. Kaydubya11 liked a post in a topic by Reformation Bear in ***** Official EURO 2020 Qualifications Thread****   
    Two 4-0 defeats in a row.       Good job the next game is against San Marino on Sunday.   A game they should win.    Maybe.  Perhaps.  
    Or maybe not.
  13. Negri's lovechild liked a post in a topic by Reformation Bear in ***** Official EURO 2020 Qualifications Thread****   
    So the entire throw of the Clarke dice is going to be the semi-final play off game next March with Scotland playing at home first?   But who will Scotland be playing......Bulgaria and Israel were in line?       Even if they win that there would still be the final with (at least recently) the finalists being projected to be Norway or Serbia.
    It'd have to be some revival for Scotland to overcome any of those teams in the semi final and final to progress and qualify.        
    The press will largely lay off Clarke until the outcome of those games.  Which is one hell of continuing get out of football jail zone until then.       With play off games in March that is right at the business end of the league season and - being entirely selfish and being entirely unconcerned to see the Scottish national team aided - I really do hope there are no key Rangers players being considered for those play off games...………….there is a league championship to be won and that takes supreme overriding priority.    
  14. Paisley Blue Loyal liked a post in a topic by Reformation Bear in ***** Official EURO 2020 Qualifications Thread****   
    So the entire throw of the Clarke dice is going to be the semi-final play off game next March with Scotland playing at home first?   But who will Scotland be playing......Bulgaria and Israel were in line?       Even if they win that there would still be the final with (at least recently) the finalists being projected to be Norway or Serbia.
    It'd have to be some revival for Scotland to overcome any of those teams in the semi final and final to progress and qualify.        
    The press will largely lay off Clarke until the outcome of those games.  Which is one hell of continuing get out of football jail zone until then.       With play off games in March that is right at the business end of the league season and - being entirely selfish and being entirely unconcerned to see the Scottish national team aided - I really do hope there are no key Rangers players being considered for those play off games...………….there is a league championship to be won and that takes supreme overriding priority.    
  15. Paisley Blue Loyal liked a post in a topic by Reformation Bear in ***** Official EURO 2020 Qualifications Thread****   
    Being gubbed being gubbed being gubbed, being gubbed being gubbed being guubbbed.
    Again.
    Maybe Russia and Belgium have a wee side deal going on to see if one can outscore the other against the 2 worst teams in the group.
  16. badjon liked a post in a topic by Reformation Bear in ***** Official EURO 2020 Qualifications Thread****   
    So the entire throw of the Clarke dice is going to be the semi-final play off game next March with Scotland playing at home first?   But who will Scotland be playing......Bulgaria and Israel were in line?       Even if they win that there would still be the final with (at least recently) the finalists being projected to be Norway or Serbia.
    It'd have to be some revival for Scotland to overcome any of those teams in the semi final and final to progress and qualify.        
    The press will largely lay off Clarke until the outcome of those games.  Which is one hell of continuing get out of football jail zone until then.       With play off games in March that is right at the business end of the league season and - being entirely selfish and being entirely unconcerned to see the Scottish national team aided - I really do hope there are no key Rangers players being considered for those play off games...………….there is a league championship to be won and that takes supreme overriding priority.    
  17. Reformation Bear liked a post in a topic by Bigsasasfloppyhair in ***** Official EURO 2020 Qualifications Thread****   
    A lot of good players not there for Scotland but truth be told it’s just a squad full of fenians and fenian sympathisers. Until that changes they are fucked.
  18. Reformation Bear liked a post in a topic by Terry Hurlock Loyal in ***** Official EURO 2020 Qualifications Thread****   
    Poor Stevie Clarke!! Let's remind ourselves about the agenda to drive out Big Eck during his Nations League campaign - 2 games in!!!. How is the agenda working now??? Hang your heads in shame SFA and BBC, you have created this problem.
  19. Reformation Bear liked a post in a topic by TEFTONG in ***** Official EURO 2020 Qualifications Thread****   
    Might put a ten spot on San Marino to win 2 nil at Hampden
  20. HG5 liked a post in a topic by Reformation Bear in ***** Official EURO 2020 Qualifications Thread****   
    Being gubbed being gubbed being gubbed, being gubbed being gubbed being guubbbed.
    Again.
    Maybe Russia and Belgium have a wee side deal going on to see if one can outscore the other against the 2 worst teams in the group.
  21. TEFTONG liked a post in a topic by Reformation Bear in ***** Official EURO 2020 Qualifications Thread****   
    …………..don't forget the 5th rate manager they have.   
  22. Terry Hurlock Loyal liked a post in a topic by Reformation Bear in ***** Official EURO 2020 Qualifications Thread****   
    …………..don't forget the 5th rate manager they have.   
  23. Terry Hurlock Loyal liked a post in a topic by Reformation Bear in ***** Official EURO 2020 Qualifications Thread****   
    Being gubbed being gubbed being gubbed, being gubbed being gubbed being guubbbed.
    Again.
    Maybe Russia and Belgium have a wee side deal going on to see if one can outscore the other against the 2 worst teams in the group.
  24. Reformation Bear liked a post in a topic by Terry Hurlock Loyal in ***** Official EURO 2020 Qualifications Thread****   
    The national side is a disgrace because they keep picking no mark players from the English Championship and now the Scottish Championship. What more do you expect with third rate eternal losers?? Embarrassing for the game in this country, and will be even worse when the EURO2020 is at Hampden - without us. The ultimate fail.
  25. Reformation Bear liked a post in a topic by TEFTONG in ***** Official EURO 2020 Qualifications Thread****   
    Imagine the meltdown if it was a protestant manager losing 4 games in a row as Scotland manager...
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