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weeneily last won the day on October 29 2015

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  1. Murtys post match presser.

    I like Mr Murty. Football is not a science, it is an art getting talented guys who know their positions playing well.
  2. Anyone have this guy back in the day ?
  3. New Strip old strip back

    I agree with your point. At least it opens the door to the Club making some good profits next year, short term pain for long term gain. The price might seem a bit high but with the overheads of the Megastore at least the Bears are helping contribute to these and hopefully a decent contribution will go to the Club this year.
  4. New Strip old strip back

    Well SD are still responsible for the logistics until next year so Ashley will be making his margin on the full supply price to the Club. He then gets a percentage of our own sales and to top it all the Club have 100% responsibility for the costs of the Megastore. No wonder the price has to be high to make anything. Ashley must be laughing all the way to the bank and thanking King for such a great deal. IMO its worse than the 49/51 split of net profit after both parties absorbed the costs.
  5. Dave King

    The rights issue has been voted through twice but has not been followed up for some reason. The resolution 11 which King has tried and failed twice to get passed would allow the removal of pre-emption rights meaning that King and co plus external investors can give themselves a huge number of shares at whatever price they want while the other shareholders can do nothing. This plus a large investor from China is where King sees his £20m being paid back. Until then he is treading water and spending the minimum.
  6. His Brancumhall one ? These were too dear for me so I bought an ex council one along the road in Glen Tennet.
  7. I was talking to an old guy who used to have a farm in the area and he said that Dave used to come round his family farm when he was like 10 wearing glasses with a plaster over one lens to correct his lazy eye. He said the wee guy was always asking for free eggs. Said he was a creepy wee fella.
  8. "Just Another Saturday"

    Fucks sake, I just watched this last night after finding the box set of mcdougal's plays in my garage. Remember watching it in 1975 when it was first shown as a play for today. Some classic lines in it and great to see the Glasgow I grew up in.
  9. Sad news -- Bear passing

    Sorry to hear this, may his friends and family have strength at this time.
  10. Banners on staircase

    Well the screen shot is from their SPD website. They have been members of the Chairman's Club for years. If you look at companies house they have a sister company which has one Walter Ferguson Smith on the board. Surprised Walter didn't advise them to refuse the work due to the horrendous tacky nature of it.
  11. Banners on staircase

    Its not a secret though, they use the banners to market their website so they're not hiding it.
  12. Banners on staircase

    I wonder if any companies in this line of business have a table in the Chairman's Club and a sister company with a formers Rangers director on the board.
  13. New banners at Ibrox

    One of the members of the Chairman's club who is involved in the project. The new glass will actually be plastic for health and safety reasons but will act like self tinting sunglasses. The glass will be clear normally but only turn green if the sun is out. Not sure how much they will be selling the original glass for but it would be nice to build one into a house as a window.
  14. New banners at Ibrox

    The glass is being replaced with solar activated tinting glass, unfortunately it tints a green colour however apparently the original glass will be for sale later in the year.
  15. Marseille at Ibrox - 22nd July

    Looking forward to this game. I remember being 2-nil down at half time in November 1992 and coming back to the draw after big Mark's header. Probably my favourite European memory sorting these cunts out. The fact we were entertaining 2 directors from a prominent French bank at our table in the Thornton made it all the sweeter.