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  1. Said for the last few seasons we need someone that takes no crap and for who winning is the only thing. Weโ€™ve always had them in the team from when I started watching - JG, Ian Ferguson, Stuart McCall, Butcher, Gough etc. Ryan Jack is close but needs to up his nasty streak to do it. You always need a player the hammer throwers respect to give your own flair players some protection. As great a player my hero Willie Henderson was, he had the ultimate backup with John Greig playing behind him.
  2. Lucky no scummy fans up here would do anything like that. Oh wait............๐Ÿ˜ก
  3. Big win against one of the most awkward opponents as Stan can be unplayable sometimes. That was like the old Murray going mental at himself to psych himself up. Thatโ€™ll do great things for his confidence . Especially as he may have been distracted by thinking of the wife maybe popping out the new sprog.
  4. But he did get a turn with this http://www.theplace2.ru/archive/nicole_scherzinger/img/nicole_scherzinger_1-3.jpg
  5. Have to disagree Bobby. ๐Ÿ˜œ Big Peter had the best protection in the game. Not from the officials as you say, but from a Mr J Greig who was known to lay anyone out who went through the keeper.๐Ÿ˜
  6. Most memorable moment for me was againt St Mirren when a high ball was punted towards him. No pressure, no opposition players near him when he held out two hands to catch it and the ball went straight through them, bounced and hit him under the chin.๐Ÿ˜œ As others have said competent but made some howlers. Lucky he had a great defence in front of him most of the time.
  7. One of the other commentators said for a bad tackle like that the ref usually had the red card out on the way to the incident. Think it was Mcfadden.๐Ÿ˜ฒ๐Ÿ˜ฒ๐Ÿ˜ฒ๐Ÿ˜ฒ๐Ÿ˜ฒ
  8. When I think of some of the left backs Iโ€™ve seen at the club hereโ€™s hoping we have another but heโ€™ll have to go some to match Eric Caldow (played both sides) Willie Mathieson David Robertson Arthur Numan and some others who maybe not as talented but gave their all like Stuart Munro.
  9. Loved the sneaky push by Goldson when the ball came back in after the corner and he scored.๐Ÿ˜‚
  10. He showed the lot in just that one goal of his yesterday. In the right position, the strength to hold off the defender, then the turn with the speed to get in front of the defender and hold him off again then the shot. Very few strikers have all the attributes but Alfredo even seems to have cured his temperament issue this season. Think Defoe is helping him a lot and the two seem to get on. We must keep him for this season at least.
  11. Always think of Tommy Mclean when I hear of a player that bottles challenges and when he first started for us he got pelters. But when we realised he could put the ball on a sixpence he got a bye. Maybe Ojoโ€™s goals will be the same.
  12. He showed his true strength and courage when he refused to hide away when diagnosed and started to become seriously ill. Kept up the fight until the end and did so much to help raise funds and awareness for the fight against MND. The man was a shining example to us all. A very sad day for all Rangers supporters.
  13. If talking about Dutch clubs you have to mention PSV in 1978. One of greatest results abroad.
  14. Fact that SG was coaching with the U18โ€™s before coming to us Heskey seems to have forgotten.
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