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  1. https://www.Rangers.co.uk/Article/Rangers-sign-cedric-itten/mZ5KBtSmYsrHAgmykjGrf Rangers are delighted to confirm Cedric Itten has joined the club on a four year deal for an undisclosed fee. Itten, 23, joins from FC St Gallen, having started his career at Basel. The Swiss international moves to Glasgow having forged a strong reputation for goal scoring in his home nation. Having risen through the ranks of his hometown club,Basel, Itten made his name during loan spells at FC Luzern and St Gallen where his goalscoring earned him a permanent deal. To date, he has scored 19 goals in 34 appearances in the Swiss Super League with 3 international goals in 2 games. Itten will join with his teammates when they return from European duty in Germany. Sporting Director, Ross Wilson, commented: "Cedric’s arrival is one that we are very pleased about. He is joining following an excellent season with St Gallen. "His potential is high and we know he can be developed here at Rangers, working with our staff. "This deal was agreed just over a week ago but with St Gallen in a title race and battle for European places we were respectful of that with the Swiss season only ending on Monday evening. "We can all see that the transfer market has been quiet across Europe and we are operating in a market that’s not like any we have experienced before. Leagues are starting and finishing at different times and that means that players and clubs are all at different stages. "Therefore, we are delighted to continue to move forward as we develop our squad with Cedric further enhancing our attack today.” First Team Manager, Steven Gerrard added: "Cedric is a goal scorer who will add further strength and depth to our squad. "The fact we have announced two attacking options in the same day highlights our intent to bolster our squad as we begin the campaign. "I am pleased that a player of Cedric’s ability and potential has decided to join Rangers as he embarks in the next stage of his career."
  2. https://www.Rangers.co.uk/Article/Rangers-sign-kemar-roofe/3JOQ8m4TAjUgzKBAnMkocR Rangers are delighted to confirm Kemar Roofe has joined the club on a four year deal for an undisclosed fee. Roofe, 27, joins from R.S.C Anderlecht, having spent a successful period at Leeds United prior to moving to Belgium. During his time at Leeds, he quickly became a fans’ favourite, forging a reputation as a prolific goal scorer. He was regularly nominated for, and awarded EFL Championship Player of the Month during his spell in Yorkshire, which led to a move to Belgium. Born in England, but with eligibility for Jamaica, Roofe began his career at West Bromwich Albion, where he had successful loan spells in England and Iceland. He is mostly deployed as a central striker, but has shown versatility and can also play on the right wing. Known for his composure in front of goal and clever movement, Rangers fans will be hoping to see Roofe hit the ground running in a light blue shirt. Kemar will join up with his new teammates when they return from Germany. Sporting Director, Ross Wilson, commented: “Kemar was a primary target going in to this transfer window and we are absolutely delighted that he has chosen to join Rangers. "He is a player that has been admired for some time by Steven and the staff and we are all very excited about what he can add to our team.” First Team Manager, Steven Gerrard added: “Kemar is recognised throughout Europe as an intelligent attacker with an eye for goal. I look forward to working with him and recognise his potential to further progress our starting XI. "He has experienced the pressure and expectation at Leeds United and has played on the continent which will stand him in good stead for his time at Ibrox.” Kemar Roofe underlined his delight at joining Rangers on a permanent deal, explaining, “I am delighted to join Rangers and look forward to meeting up with my new teammates. "Rangers are a huge club, with ambition and I know this is the right fit for me to progress my career. "I am looking forward to experiencing Ibrox and am excited to play in Europe.”
  3. Response to Scottish FA Article 99 Arbitration: Determination – 27.07.20 Arbitral Tribunal: “The tribunal appointed in terms of Scottish Football Association Article 99 issued its decision today. It unanimously held that the challenges to the Written Resolution of 15 April 2020 failed, and that the SPFL were entitled to pass, and give effect to, the Written Resolution and all that flowed from it. Accordingly it refused to grant any of the orders sought by Heart of Midlothian FC and Partick Thistle FC and continued the arbitration for submissions about expenses.” Joint Statement by Heart of Midlothian FC and Partick Thistle FC: “As all Parties have been requested not to comment on the tribunal’s decision or reveal details of the hearings on the grounds of confidentiality, all we can only say is how disappointed and surprised we are at the outcome. “We don’t regret taking this action as it was the right thing for us to do. There were better ways to deal with ending the season, fairer ways other than putting the burden of a pandemic on to three clubs.”
  4. My story is the same. Constant emailing from me and the occasional email back telling me something will happen.
  5. Yeah I'm of the opinion that when the complicit mhedia aren't saying anything it's because there isn't anything they want to say.
  6. Anyone got his interview after the game against Brugge? That was a bear speaking 💙
  7. Rangers & Castore are delighted to confirm the new Ibrox Retail Store will officially open on 1st August 2020, which will be operated by Castore as the clubs official retail partner. The new Rangers Ibrox Retail Store will be complimented with a number of other key retail sites in Glasgow and further afield, now identified by Castore and Rangers and close to agreement. The Ibrox Retail Store will undergo a £250,000 renovation and become a key venue for all Rangers supporters and on matchdays will be supported with further pop up stores within the Stadium. Following the today’s unveiling of the 2020/21 home jersey, Rangers continues to look forward to their long term exclusive partnership with Castore, which, for the avoidance of doubt, is a direct agreement between those two companies with no other persons party to the deal. As previously stated, it offers a fresh start for the Club and a chance to purchase high quality clothing and other products that directly benefit Rangers. As is common practice in teamwear retail, Castore will form a number of wholesale supply arrangements with high street retailers in the UK and overseas because that is key to the global aspirations of both Castore and Rangers but the purpose of these arrangements will always be to maximise the availability and sales channels for Rangers products. Rangers exclusive partnership with Castore ensures that Rangers always directly benefits with a royalty from the sale of all of the Rangers products manufactured, distributed and retailed by Castore. This includes all products distributed by Castore to high street retailers.
  8. Happy with that statement.
  9. I can't help but feel (hope) this is SD being spiteful and bamming us up, the whole ten in a row part is a complete red flag for it being nothing to do with Rangers.
  10. I've graduated to XL 😁
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