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  1. Tickets for the end of season friendly at Steel Park, Corby, on Wednesday 8th May 7.30pm kick off, can be bought from the below link: Ticket Office A Rangers Reserve side are to travel to face Corby Town on Wednesday, May 8 to celebrate the club’s 70th anniversary. Currently plying their trade in the Southern League Division One Central (step eight in the English pyramid), they sit third in the league table; five points off top spot but well within the promotion play-off places. The town of Corby is often referred to as “little Scotland” with many Scots having migrated to the town in the 1930s to work in the steelworks. Indeed, even today, the town still has Scottish roots, with almost 13 per-cent of the town’s population being born in Scotland according to the most recent census. Gers last sent a team to Corby back in November 2011 to mark the opening of their current Steel Park stadium. Led by Ian Durrant that evening, Gers ran out 6-0 winners thanks to goals from Rhys McCabe, Juan Ortiz, Kane Hemmings, John Fleck and a late Salim Kerkar double. Corby are currently managed by Steven Kinniburgh, a former Academy player at Rangers, and he commented: “Corby Town are delighted to have Rangers coming down to play in our 70th Anniversary game at Steel Park. “We hope to attract a big crowd for the game to hopefully celebrate a successful season for both teams come May. On a personal note, I would like to thank Craig Mullholland for helping organise the game.” Rangers Head of Academy Craig Mulholland said: “We are delighted to be able to send a team down to celebrate the 70thanniversary of Corby Town. "It was a match we were very keen to support for two reasons, firstly we know there is a huge Rangers fan settlement in Corby and it gives the supporters who maybe don’t get to Ibrox as often as they would like, the opportunity to see some of emerging talent on their doorstep. "The second reason was to support our former Academy player Steven Kinniburgh, who is still in regular contact with us here at Rangers, and is currently in the early stages of what will hopefully lead to a long and successful management career. "We very much look forward to the match in what I am sure will be a great occasion for Corby Town with a big crowd to celebrate their anniversary.” The match will kick off at 7.30pm, with entry costing £10 for adults, £6 for concessions and £2 for Juveniles.
  2. i know it werent directed at me but i think a nw thread would be better rather than keep a thread that will have so many pages you wont remember what page your tips for the season was on lol
  3. let him catch ya shagging his bird on saturday so he pisses off in time for the game lol.
  4. unlucky mate 90th minute and bayern losing lens drawing but metz won
  5. he walked after admitting influencing voters in the last campaign.
  6. skybet have stopped outright betting and he is evens to finish 2nd
  7. kim is 9/4 skybet http://www.skybet.com/skybet?action=GoEvEv&id=11597488
  8. hate the guy but as john hartson said saturday, rangers have 1 player who will score 20+ goals a season so why sell him?? Setanta Sports News understands that Rangers have accepted a bid from Birmingham City for Kris Boyd. Boyd, who last year retired from international football, is the SPL's top scorer with 20 goals in 21 games for The Gers this season. This has taken his total record for the club to an incredible 88 in as many starts in domestic competition. The former Kilmarnock striker would link up again with former Rangers boss Alex McLeish at St Andrews. The Blues, who currently lie third in the Championship, behind Reading on goal difference and seven points off leaders Wolves, are clearly making a push to get back into The Premier League at the first attempt with Scott Sinclair also moving to the second city on loan. Rangers have confirmed Birmingham's approach but stopped short of admitting that a fee has been agreed. "Following media speculation today, Rangers Football Club can confirm this evening that we have received an enquiry from Birmingham City for Kris Boyd," a club statement read.
  9. http://www.valuechecker.co.uk/bookie/accum...amp;d=0&m=0 nice wee tool here if you have a spare minute, you can check what odds you would have got at other bookies by putting it in this. so for your qpr newcastle cardiff willy hills give you best odds of £453.75 whereas totesport would give you 307.27
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