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  1. CoatbridgeBear liked a post in a topic by gmcf in Drew McIntyre   
    Slag it all you want but WWE is big business in the US and around the world and it's something we should be taking advantage of . 
  2. The Dude liked a post in a topic by gmcf in Drew McIntyre   
    Slag it all you want but WWE is big business in the US and around the world and it's something we should be taking advantage of . 
  3. mrmojorisin liked a post in a topic by gmcf in Drew McIntyre   
    Slag it all you want but WWE is big business in the US and around the world and it's something we should be taking advantage of . 
  4. chris182 liked a post in a topic by gmcf in Drew McIntyre   
    Slag it all you want but WWE is big business in the US and around the world and it's something we should be taking advantage of . 
  5. SuperPapac05 liked a post in a topic by gmcf in Drew McIntyre   
    Slag it all you want but WWE is big business in the US and around the world and it's something we should be taking advantage of . 
  6. gmcf liked a post in a topic by SkylineBlue in Drew McIntyre   
    Get him to deliver a few of those Claymore Kicks that he does to the whole squad in the centre circle to see if he can get them to remember who they were at the end of last year.
  7. gmcf liked a post in a topic by mrmojorisin in Drew McIntyre   
    The Champ is here
    What a coup it would be for the club to host the first British WWE champion

  8. gmcf liked a post in a topic by bluenoz in Club Statement   
    As with all businesses throughout the United Kingdom and beyond, Rangers is continuing to deal with the implications of the Coronavirus pandemic.
    We have carefully considered measures which ensure that all employees are treated fairly and with respect whilst we safeguard our club finances in such uncertain times. No professional football club or business is immune to the challenges of this unprecedented situation and as a club, we will continue to review actions necessary to navigate our way responsibly in such a changeable environment.
    Rangers can confirm that First Team players, Manager, coaches and Executive Directors have volunteered to take a salary deferral for the next three months. Senior players and staff were keen to ensure that no Rangers employee suffered financial hardship during this crisis.
    All parties volunteered and wholeheartedly agreed to defer wages to ensure that fellow colleagues could continue to be paid their salaries in full. We are proud of the leadership and responsibility taken by senior members of staff, and acknowledge the positive impact that this will have on everyone at Rangers. We firmly believe in the ‘one club’ concept and are united in our collective goal of making Rangers the very best in every facet of football life. We are resolved that the integrity of the club is maintained as we continue our focus on ensuring the financial stability of the business.
    Due to the extraordinary challenges from the ongoing crisis, Rangers intends to implement the Coronavirus job retention scheme for a number of employees.
    Rangers will ensure that everyone furloughed under this government scheme will receive 100 per cent salary through ‘top up’ assistance from the club with all other conditions and benefits remaining unchanged.
    We are proud of the continued efforts and support of everyone at Rangers during this difficult period.
    Finally, we wish all our supporters and their families good health during this time. We are especially thankful for the tireless work of NHS staff and other key workers who are selflessly working to keep us all safe and well. Please continue to follow government guidelines at this time.
    Rangers Captain, James Tavernier said on behalf of the playing squad: “I want to place on record our appreciation to every single member of staff for their determination and resolve during these unprecedented events. I’m very proud of the reaction of everyone at Rangers to the challenge we face throughout the UK and beyond.
    “As a team, we were adamant that we work together to do all we can to secure the future of the football club. We are also acutely aware of the livelihoods and wellbeing of our staff.
    “In reality, it was an easy decision for players and senior staff. Now is the time to work with unity of purpose, as the Rangers family, to ensure that everyone works together to maintain our institution. Today has made me proud to be Rangers captain.”
     
  9. gmcf liked a post in a topic by eejay the dj in Mcinnes showing his true colours   
    Amazing how the rebel are coming out with at least 1 a day .Not one bear being interview to say how scandalous this would be .And getting some people telling it the other way 
    No chance with this bheastly loving rhag
  10. Ayrshire Blue liked a post in a topic by gmcf in Alex McDonald's missing medal from the ECWC Final   
    Loved  him as a player . His appetite and attitude for the game was just incredible , plus how many important headers did he score for us in big games ? 
     
     
    This one ? My first game against them . 
     
     
  11. eejay the dj liked a post in a topic by gmcf in Alex McDonald's missing medal from the ECWC Final   
    Loved  him as a player . His appetite and attitude for the game was just incredible , plus how many important headers did he score for us in big games ? 
     
     
    This one ? My first game against them . 
     
     
  12. Tiger Shaw liked a post in a topic by gmcf in Season Tickets/Membership.   
    Couldn't have come at a worse time and while that's not the fault of the club it would have been more thoughtful , at this financially difficult time , to maybe hold off another 4-6 weeks , when hopefully the worst of this is over and people are back at work . 
    Ive got 3 STs to pay for which will be a big hit while I'm off . 
  13. Bobby Hume liked a post in a topic by gmcf in Ian Redford   
    A slightly above average player at a difficult time . A trier and honest worker , more than a flashy  player . 
  14. gmcf liked a post in a topic by Burnbank Derry in Alex McDonald's missing medal from the ECWC Final   
    Remember reading about it at the time, he was mugged in Spain. Great news about the replacement. Doddie was my heo way back then. He never got the recognition he deserved. His goals in cup finals and Europe were outstanding.
  15. gmcf liked a post in a topic by eskbankloyal in Season Tickets/Membership.   
    It’s a difficult one for the club but I’m not particularly comfortable with it either. The club have to get the communication around it spot on and ensure fans who are in a difficult financial situation have time to renew and not lose their seats. 
    Likewise, I’m not particularly comfortable paying £700 for a ST that will, as it stands, simply pay very well paid individuals for doing nothing. I’d like to think the players will take a pay cut to help the situation. 
    Finally, they need to have a plan in place for the likely scenario this season isn’t complete and next season isn’t a full season. Do they club expect people to pay a full ST & just forgo the outstanding games from this season? 
    They better get it right. 
  16. gmcf liked a post in a topic by Bobby Hume in Ian Redford   
    Good post mate.
    The early 80's were a mixed bag ..... Redford was a good choice as a barometer of that time ..... he never lacked skill as Kaiser said .... like most left sided players ..... but at the time money was really tight for teams all over the UK and I think that was one of the main reasons Greig had to hang onto some of the older players as there was not a lot of spare around to replace them.
    Had there been the movement of players when Souness arrived later in the eighties .... I think Redford would have have had a hard time getting in the team .... so for me he was a good enough squad player who had his moments .... but due to the dominance of other teams at the time though it was inevitable that we as an ageing team were not able to successfully compete in the league.
    As said above ..... he was in some great cup and OF games .... and they were the highlights of his career when with us ..... a bit like The Rangers in the early 80's ..... we had our moments.
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  17. gmcf liked a post in a topic by KeyserSoze in Ian Redford   
    Someone mentioned Robert Prytz. I thought he was completely underrated at Rangers. A fantastic first touch and his control and passing was sublime. But he played in a mediocre Rangers team.  
    looking at his career and the teams  he played with he looks never settled and could be classed a “journeyman “.  
     
    he was part of the Rangers community football thing with the kids and my boy came back one day raving about this fat bloke with mad hair that could do a thousand keepy ups. 😂
  18. gmcf liked a post in a topic by left winger in Ian Redford   
    Cracking goal in league cup final against Dundee Utd - chipped McAlpine .
  19. gmcf liked a post in a topic by bluenoz in CL spot to them but not title awarded - acceptable 🤔   
    Unfortunately, I have to say yes. If you null & void  the season, everything starts from scratch including European places. To me, that is called sporting integrity.
    Someone has to get the Champions spot and based on current standings we don't have a leg to stand on.
  20. gmcf liked a post in a topic by born a blue nose in How many of us have a Rangers mug?   
    £30 for 4 delivered to Scotland 
    belters 

  21. gmcf liked a post in a topic by Amokachi in How many of us have a Rangers mug?   
    Treasure these tbh.  

  22. gmcf liked a post in a topic by Royal Ru in How many of us have a Rangers mug?   
    Must be about 30 years old now. Use it everyday. 
  23. Bobby Hume liked a post in a topic by gmcf in How many of us have a Rangers mug?   
    I didn't think it would last . Soon be time to hide it away in a cupboard somewhere . 
  24. gmcf liked a post in a topic by Bobby Hume in How many of us have a Rangers mug?   
    I can just imagine when they were made  ...... that the workers involved were of the opinion ..... "They will never last Paddy .... Im tellingly ye ..... never last" ....... .
    Nice wee collection you have there mate proving them to be predictably wrong .... as they often are ...... time and again.

     
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