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  1. Check out the C****c statement - can’t help but have a snide dig and a wee inference! (I put it in capital letters) Scotsman Newspaper: C***c and Rangers have hit out at Irvine Welsh over comments made by the Edinburgh author. The Trainspotting and Filth author accused the Glasgow sides of not being interested in eradicating sectarianism, saying that without it the clubs would be the size of Hibs and Partick Thistle. Welsh, speaking at a launch of his book Dead Man’s Trousers in America, noted that Kilmarnock boss Steve Clarke spoke out after being called a “fenian b*****d” by Rangers fans because he had been away from the Scottish game for so long. He said: “It has to do with the Old Firm and the power of those institutions not really being invested in change. “Why would they be? Rangers without sectarianism are Partick Thistle, basically. And C***c without sectarianism are Hibs. They’re invested in that, and it serves them as enterprises. “You have to be able to shut down grounds and stadiums where singing takes place. That’s principally the way to do it because clubs won’t change until there is a financial incentive to do so.” Both sides of the Old Firm have rejected such accusations. A club spokesperson for C***c said: “These are tired and absurd accusations which, IN RELATION TO C***C FOOTBALL CLUB, have no foundation whatsoever. “C***c as a club open to all since 1888, has always campaigned against prejudice and promoted tolerance and diversity. This will always be the case.” It follows a Rangers spokesperson saying that Welsh’s comments don’t help and that they failed to reflect “how seriously we regard this issue.”
  2. The usual media darlings would be tweeting that they have been invited to, or are off to a Presser at Ibrox today by now if something was in the offing. If the Club are just going to put out a statement instead, then it won’t be anything super-significant.
  3. How did he do in Turkey? Cough-cough!
  4. Biggest decision Murty got wrong was saying yes to the job!
  5. It is Murtys fault. He could have picked a better team and formation. He could have made changes earlier. McCrorie suddenly a centre mid in front of Barj. Hodson instead of John at left back? This isn’t FIFA 18, this is the Rangers!
  6. No to worry we have a week to improve before the game against the mob!
  7. Not to worry, the manager is a tactical genius!
  8. If Miller starts it confirms to me that current ability and form are not what finds favour, it’s yer pals and your ability to convince people that you are what’s best for Rangers when you are not. Good grief, he will be 38 years old in 8 weeks time. What other top Club ( we are a top club, right?) would have a striker playing at that age..
  9. I'd rather have a right back without Tav's attacking qualities than Tav without any defensive qualities. That was poor.
  10. Next time you google "rail seating" and "you know who FC" make sure you quote an up to date article. They do have rail seating, the article you quoted relates to when they were previously refused.
  11. They have railed seats don't they? It's a condition for UEFA games that the standing areas are returned to all seated, which is also an issue if there was an attempt to have more than one standing person per railed seat (who would get the Euro ticket?)
  12. Club would hardly be returning the fans loyality if it said, 20 years man and boy, thick n thin, Doesnae matter if you won't stand you can sit somewhere else whether you like it or not.
  13. Some might argue they already have a section?
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