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Real Ranger

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  1. Went on to Uefa’s site and there is a long list of clubs that have been punished this season, it gives the reason for the sanctions and what the sanctions were. No sign of any punishment for Warsaw which is astounding given the punishments us and other clubs have received, can only think the UEFA observer was so trained on watching Rangers fans he didn’t notice the pyro performance or the subsequent smoke that resulted in the game being stopped.
  2. I agree they’re different , one of them sees Rangers hit with fines and the other results in parts of Ibrox being closed.
  3. The beggars were fined for their fans setting off flares, so no doubt we will be too.
  4. Whoever is lighting flares and singing add ons knowing the club will get punished with fines or parts of Ibrox closed.
  5. They’re thick as fuck. Think they’re more important than the club.
  6. Don’t believe it had anything to do with the tarriers, although it’s always good to hear they’ve lost, their game was irrelevant last night. From the teams coming out the tunnel at the start until we scored the atmosphere was by and large shite. Almost as disappointing was how many left early. The team deserved better. As you say no excuses.
  7. Don’t think i’m alone on this, by the end of last season I would have been more than happy had the club got him off the wage bill but what a transformation, he’s been outstanding so far this season.
  8. You still think it was a ridiculous decision to start Defoe and leave Alfredo on the bench?
  9. Who’s going to take a bag of messages to the game?
  10. Wolves, a squad that plays top class teams week in and week out and only cost 92 million to assemble.
  11. Can still remember Fernando’s first visit to the beggardome, it was nothing short of disastrous and one that many a player would have failed to recover from, but not only did Fernando recover from it he went on to become the Rangers captain who led us to one of the most memorable league titles in our history. That’s testament to the amazing strength of character the man had and the same strength of character that shone through in the documentary.
  12. Cringeworthy attempts at charging our support, nevertheless seeing how UEFA hammered Rangers for one or 2 words they deemed offensive I fully expect Feyenoord to be play their next home game behind closed doors.
  13. Well done to the organisers and all who supported the RSEA at Partick bowling club. Over 9k raised for our Erskine veterans .🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧
  14. Can't see how you can say he got lucky, in his first season he took over when Kilmarnock were bottom of the league and won more points than Rogers did with the beggars and more points than Stevie G did with us finishing 5th in the league, last season with next to no cash they finished 3rd in the league. He also had coaching experience at the highest level at both Chelsea and Liverpool .As much as I don't like him I still recognise he did a great job at Killie. Gareth Southgate has done a decent job with England without proving himself at the highest level beforehand.
  15. Clarke performed a minor miracle at Kilmarnock proving he could take on a piss poor team, organise them and make them very hard to beat. Scotland however might be a bridge too far, can't say I'm too unhappy about that.
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