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  1. Hi Rangers fans, I've just made a new Rangers History Video about the 7 Trebles Rangers have won! It would be great if you could all check it out and give me feedback.! I upload Rangers content so if you enjoy have a look at some of my other stuff and subscribe if you enjoy!
  2. Probably not much chance of succeeding, but i'll give it a try anyway.... We (3 dutch tourists) are currently visiting Edinburgh for a few days and planning a trip to glasgow next saturday. Is there anyone that got 3 spare tickets left for us for the game? No problem if the seats aren't next to each other.
  3. Hope this is OK to post on here. Today I signed up for the Rangers Charity Foundation 55 mile round Arran cycle ride.The event takes place on the 25th March this year. If anyone could spare a pound or two I would really appreciate it. I'll post the link to my just giving page, any money donated goes directly to the charity so everything is above board and honest. Rangers Arran cycle just giving page. Thanks every penny is much appreciated
  4. That was the team that was, documentary. 9IAR year 96/97, good watch. Great antidote of the wee kit-man getting saddled with the bill at St. Andrews. Brilliant team spirit.
  5. Desperately looking for 2 tickets beside each other against Aberdeen, will pay in cash and can come to you if not too far away from me!
  6. No one can argue that last year, minus the last few games of the season was a huge success with the manager and players. Since then we have moved up a league and it’s not the same Rangers team that controlled games for the majority of last season. The passing looks slack, constantly caught on the ball with a lack of attacking options. The players don’t look hungry, I don’t know what goes on behind closed doors but Mark has to be harder on the players. All we see is interviews of him saying positives from games and we’ll learn from it. That doesn’t suggest to me that players are receiving a boot in the baws that they deserve for not winning. At a team with the status and history of Rangers winning is everything, maybe mark isn’t used to this but if he doesn’t understand the importance of winning every game is he suited to be Rangers manager from now on? This formation of 4-3-3 doesn’t work, we aren’t controlling games and being direct with our possession of the ball. When we’re defending one player is up the park which allows oppositions to push more players forward. If we had two men up at all time to stretch their defence it will either enable us to counter attack or at least draw players back from opposition attacks to mark us. I like Mark but as a Rangers manager I think he needs to be harder on the players, understand winning is key no matter what and formation/positioning of players has to be altered. Last night subs were made that weren’t going to make any impact on the game, we should have gone more attacking instead of replacing players who were similar to each other.
  7. This old club of ours is beautiful
  8. Couldn't see a thread dedicated to new kit ideas and thought it would be a good one to scroll through. (sorry if there already is one :s) Please post any of your ideas on here as I don't claim that mine are the best or even any good! These socks are the alternative to the red.
  9. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PQhDVz9RH9c
  10. New here, but had to let everyone on the forums know about my new video on Rangers. Make no money at all off these videos as have copyright content just want Gers fans to see them, if this is wrong section for video then please move to correct one, thanks. W.A.T.P
  11. On EBT's and Rangers - Part 1. On EBT's and Rangers - Part 2. On EBT's and Rangers - Part 3.
  12. There has been speculation about Mark Warburton taking over at Aston Villa, which prompted the following on AVillaFan. Tim Sherwood Thread (Merged) in The Holte End Posted 21/10/2015, 6 minutes ago · Edited 4 minutes ago by Larry-AV Quotes did not carry over, FFS !!! Warburton at Villa ... dream on ! I have posted the following in The Scottish Football thread, in response to questions from Patrick. ... Where's the f**cking quotes gone ???? From my notepad instead : Scottish Football Thread 2015/16 in Footie Talk Posted 21/10/2015, 21 minutes ago 52 minutes ago, Patrick said: Larry would you have Mark Warburton as Villa manager * In a word, Patrick, Yes. It would have to be Mark Warburton and David Weir and their backroom staff too. I would also have MW and his team as the best candidates for managing England. But neither will happen, 'Team MW' are at Rangers for the long term, maybe 10 years minimum. Furthermore, MW and DW have already had experience of dickhead club 'owners', which is why they resigned from Brentford. Why would they want to work for Lerner ? Scottish Football Thread 2015/16 in Footie Talk Posted 21/10/2015, 6 minutes ago 21 minutes ago, Patrick said: They might get paid more money than they are on at the moment * Team MW have a long term project, to get Rangers back to the pinnacle of Scottish football and stay there, Patrick. In short, they and the Club have ambition, the fulfillment of which will come, through the modern and professional methods MW has brought to the running of Rangers. This is a journey that Team MW will not be deflected from, it is based upon their pride in doing a job properly and well and seeing it through to the end. At Brentford MW and DW announced they would not be staying on after the end of the Season due to their disagreement with the Club 'owner', but they did stay until the end of the Season, seeing the job through there. Lerner offering a bigger salary deal will not cut any ice with Team MW.
  13. Check this link out http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/resources/idt-79ccb1e7-d390-44c1-8857-cfcb0ade2595 Strangely Rangers has no "How much does a goal cost at Rangers?" figure, but every other team in the UK does, hmm programming Gremlins or Leprechauns?
  14. I also felt that Kyle Lafferty looked very good when he was with us. Obviously we don't have a lot of money at the moment, but he isn't getting games at Norwich City. Last season, the Premier League new boys loaned him out so might be prepared to do so again. It's vital we get back to the SPL as quickly as possible and his goals and presence could be precisely what we need to do just that. Here is some more info on why he might be available: https://www.the-newshub.com/football/kyle-lafferty-sheffield-wednesday-ready-to-offer-striker-escape-route-from-norwich-city
  15. Live Football at The Louden: Queen of the South V Rangers tomorrow - Open from 6pm Come down to The Louden Tavern: Ibrox Stadium for the Quintessential Televised Football Viewing Experience and watch the match amongst your own. We will have a cracking night to hopefully set up the weekend in style with a win from Rangers. We will be showing the match live on our six 60” TVs in full high definition – the way televised football should be shown. We invite any Rangers Supporter who can make it to the vicinity of the home of fantasy football to join us in celebrating the continuing unbroken history of the most successful team in the history of the game. Renowned for our quick service, our staff will ensure you never have to wait long to get a drink. We provide an atmosphere second to none and for clarification – we don’t and never have had a cover charge. Come in for The Premier Rangers Supporters’ Matchday Experience in The Quintessential Rangers Supporters Pub. And of course we will still be providing our much sought after free rolls. Situated across from Ibrox Subway Station, there is easy access to and from all city destinations. If you are not able to attend our premises we hope that you will use your local Rangers Supporters pub or club. All Rangers minded venues need your help – use them or lose them! Watch The Game… Support Your Own We Are The People God Bless The Rangers The Louden Tavern: Ibrox Stadium - More than a Pub One Rangers… No Factions – www.thelouden.co.uk, @TheLoudenTavern *We are responsible for The Louden Tavern: Ibrox Stadium, 111 Copland Road, Ibrox, G51 2SL solely and are not involved in the operation of any other premises
  16. What changes would you like to see being made to Ibrox? There are some obvious redevelopment measures that need to be taken but what would you like to see at our stadium?
  17. Was thinking about this yesterday as I was in Manchester. I passed the Man United trinity statue and the Sir Alex Ferguson statue and thought to myself that Walter Smith should be given that sort of tribute for the success he brought to Rangers. Was thinking he should edit her have a statue or a stand named after him or something. Obviously money would be a possible barrier to this as there are a lot of other problems with the club at the moment but certainly in the near future I would like to see a Walter Smith statue. Wondering what everyone's thoughts are on this?
  18. MONTROSE v RANGERS - SATURDAY 15TH DECEMBER 2012 THE PORTLAND VASE, 1 CROMWELL TERRACE, CHATHAM, KENT, ME4 5PQ Hello, Hello people! I'm happy to report that Invicta Loyal RSC has a new home. Doors will be open from 11am for all Bears. They'll be cultural tunes on before and after the match which kicks off at 12.30pm. the game will be shown on two 42" screens. Matchday drinks offers also apply. We need to get the pub promoted on as many forum's as possible, so please tell your friends, post on any Bear's supporters pages and lets stabilise our base. All members and non members will be warmly welcomed. WATP
  19. We have started a campaign over at the Rangers Report to raise money to become a Club 1872 member. Check it out - http://therangersreport.com/2015/01/21/a-campaign-to-put-rangers-first-become-a-club-1872-member/ Thanks!
  20. "McCoist must be the biggest mistake of Walter Smith's managerial career and doubly so by recommending him to follow as manager, what did Smith see in McCoist that we have failed to have shown to us." I read the above comment is another thread. Well I imagine Walter probably saw what the rest of us saw at the time, a new and inexperienced manager being given the chance to take on the top job after years of mentoring from Walter himself. Similar to the opportunity that Lennon was given with Celtic the year before. And so we all though over these past few years we would have been watching the two young managers go head to head for the title. It all started extremely well for McCoist, with Rangers taking (if I recall correctly) a 15 point lead (albeit Celtic having two games in hand) over a Celtic being managed by an ever increasingly erratic Neil Lennon. Now imagine if the entire financial meltdown hadn't actually happened. If Whyte hadn't been a crook, if there had been no Administration, etc. etc. Would we have won the league that year? I would imagine so, and possibly by quite a considerable margin. What would have been the opinion of Ally then? Rather high I imagine. How would Ranger then have performed under Ally the two following seasons? We'll never know, but could Ally have taken three in a row instead of Lennon? I'm sure there's every chance. And I doubt Lennon would have stayed in the job as long as he did, instead he got to coast through on easy street, cutting his management teeth, knowing that Celtic were guaranteed the title each year. The meltdown of course did happen, and along with the 10 point deduction, it had to affect Rangers top to bottom, down through the management and the playing staff and on to the park. Since Whyte announced Administration on the steps of Ibrox that day, the circus has continued on and on and on, and not stopped. It has been one farcical and unbelievable thing after another. This is not the situation that Ally or any other Rangers manager should ever have been working under. And the situation appears to be getting worse and worse on an almost daily basis, again this has to have had a knock on effect filtering down onto the performance on the pitch. There is simply no way it couldn't have done. Ally has done the job through the most unthinkable circumstances, circumstances which has probably made the job beyond the realms of difficult, but probably out right impossible. So with this unprecedented and incomprehensible situation that McCoist has been placed in, can we really judge how he has performed? I'm finding it difficult. Ally McCoist - was, is, and always will be a Rangers Legend.
  21. This Saturday we have the biggest league fixture of the season and it is a must win game! Come down to The Louden Tavern: Ibrox Stadium for the Quintessential Televised Football Viewing Experience and watch the match amongst your own. We will be getting behind the team 100% and hopefully seting up the weekend in style with a win from Rangers. We will be showing the match live on our six 60” TVs in full high definition – the way televised football should be shown. We invite any Rangers Supporter who can make it to the vicinity of the home of fantasy football to join us in celebrating the continuing unbroken history of the most successful team in the history of the game. Renowned for our quick service, our staff will ensure you never have to wait long to get a drink. We provide an atmosphere second to none and for clarification – we don’t and never have had a cover charge. Come in for The Premier Rangers Supporters’ Matchday Experience in The Quintessential Rangers Supporters Pub. And of course we will still be providing our much sought after free rolls. Situated across from Ibrox Subway Station, there is easy access to and from all city destinations. If you are not able to attend our premises we hope that you will use your local Rangers Supporters pub or club. All Rangers minded venues need your help – use them or lose them! Watch The Game… Support Your Own We Are The People God Bless The Rangers The Louden Tavern: Ibrox Stadium - More than a Pub One Rangers… No Factions – www.thelouden.co.uk, @TheLoudenTavern *We are responsible for The Louden Tavern: Ibrox Stadium, 111 Copland Road, Ibrox, G51 2SL solely and are not involved in the operation of any other premises
  22. Really hoping the Rangers support can do something special for upcoming old firm. Would love to hear your suggestions. Do we have another flag day like 2002, a fireworks party or ticker tape spectical? GET YER IDEAS DOWN LADS
  23. The bears have to think of a good windup for the celtic game at hampden. What if the Rangers support arrive with lots of banners of fictional supporters clubs representing republican areas such as:- "Sons of William, Dublin", "Defenders of the faith, Donegal", "The Faulds road Loyal", "The Limerick Loyalists", "The West bank Loyal", Probably cost too much money but would baffle those retarded reptiles.
  24. Rangers v Raith Rovers Armed Forces Day at Ibrox We will be open from 11am to see Rangers take on Raith Rovers at Ibrox in what is going to be a fantastic afternoon. We also get the chance to show our appreciation at half time to our Armed Forces and every year it is always an enjoyable occasion. Renowned for our quick service and great pints, our staff will ensure you never have to wait long to get a drink. We also provide free rolls, free pies, an atmosphere second to none, and for clarification – we don’t and never have had a cover charge. All Rangers supporters are welcome. Situated across from Ibrox Subway Station, there is easy access to and from all city destinations. Although not completely finished, the outside drinking and smoking area will be available to enjoy our wonderful climate. We also have a bottle bar there that will get those in the beer garden served in no time. In addition to the premier pre-match atmosphere we will be showing live football games on our six 60” full HD televisions in the bar area and five big screen televisions in the lounge area for an ideal sports event viewing experience. With pick of the action coming from the Etihad with Manchester City taking on Spurs with a 12:45 kick off Strictly 18s and Over Come in for The Premier Rangers Supporters’ Matchday Experience in The Quintessential Rangers Supporters Pub. Upcoming Events including Fernando Ricksen, Lorenzo Amoruso and our Halloween Party! Check out www.thelouden.co.uk/events.html We Are The People God Bless The Rangers The Louden Tavern: Ibrox Stadium - More than a Pub
  25. We will be open from 2pm for Today’s home league match against Hibs. Renowned for our quick service and great pints, our staff will ensure you never have to wait long to get a drink. We also provide free rolls, free pies, an atmosphere second to none, and for clarification – we don’t and never have had a cover charge or tickets for a Rangers Match. All Rangers supporters are welcome. Situated across from Ibrox Subway Station, there is easy access to and from all city destinations. Although not completely finished, the outside drinking and smoking area will be available to enjoy our wonderful climate. We also have a bottle bar there that will get those in the beer garden served in no time. In addition to the premier pre-match atmosphere we will be showing live football games on our six 60” full HD televisions in the bar area and five big screen televisions in the lounge area for an ideal sports event viewing experience. Strictly 18s and Over Come in for The Premier Rangers Supporters’ Matchday Experience in The Quintessential Rangers Supporters Pub. Upcoming Events including Founders Trail Roadshow, Fernando Ricksen, Lorenzo Amoruso and our Halloween Party! Check out www.thelouden.co.uk/events.html Sign up to The Louden Mailing List: http://eepurl.com/30lr5 One Rangers… No Factions – www.thelouden.co.uk @TheLoudenTavern We Are The People God Bless The Rangers The Louden Tavern: Ibrox Stadium - More than a Pub *We are responsible for The Louden Tavern: Ibrox Stadium, 111 Copland Road, Ibrox, G51 2SL solely and are not involved in the operation of any other premises