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Have the board played a blinder

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14 minutes ago, blue_sea_of_ibrox said:

We looked fantastic today dominated the ball but also looked dangerous in attack for a change.  I can't help feel the board have played a blinder getting him to Rangers despite me not having a clue who he was. The difference in the team has been massive after only a week. 

 

another case of premature speculation

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After the performance today and the prospect of Kings 50 million i reckon we'll be champions league contenders in a couple of seasons..

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It's only one game, against a bunch of losers

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Let's not do this again. 

 

Stop judging managers on one or two games, I'm sure we all remember singing Warburton is Magic and look how that turned out.

 

 

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Way too early to tell, we'll learn a bit from the rest of this season but it'll be more next season we get to make a real judgement on him.

As for the board, they'll need to back him with some money in the summer if we are to get anywhere close to where we aspire to be. They'll only have played a blinder if the is successful while getting the backing he needs.

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Too early to judge whether the board have played a blinder but I certainly hope that is the case.

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It's 1 game man 

Murty won 6-0 against them few weeks ago.

im encouraged though great start but the proof will be in the pudding longer term - just enjoy the nice win/start 

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Suppose you can give the board some credit in the way they handled the Warburton situation, and took their time to get (hopefully) the right man in, the proof will be in the pudding, far to early to judge the new manager, good start tho.

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some of us are so predictably cringey these days as a support

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Obviously far too early but playing and winning in his first game, even against Hamilton, is good for morale and something to build on. 

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1 hour ago, blue_sea_of_ibrox said:

We looked fantastic today dominated the ball but also looked dangerous in attack for a change.  I can't help feel the board have played a blinder getting him to Rangers despite me not having a clue who he was. The difference in the team has been massive after only a week. 

Bullshit.

The only slight difference was that we pressured Hamilton into errors quicker, whilst we were very scrappy after the third goal and still have lots to improve on.

Pedro isn't a miracle worker he has only been here two minutes give him a chance then maybe he will have actually earned your admiration.

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I'm a bit worried we'll lose him to Arsenal after Wenger leaves.

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1 hour ago, .Williamson. said:

Fuck all wrong with Irish whiskey

can't believe I've actually liked one of your posts must be the Bushmills kicking in

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1 hour ago, blue_sea_of_ibrox said:

We looked fantastic today dominated the ball but also looked dangerous in attack for a change.  I can't help feel the board have played a blinder getting him to Rangers despite me not having a clue who he was. The difference in the team has been massive after only a week. 

Fucking hell man, 1 game:duh:

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The board can thank me later, coz I've sussed it.

Murty for manager and Pedro as the local assistant.

It's glaringly obvious, is it not?

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Definitely, 100%. We should offer him a 9 year contract extension before he gets poached by an EPL club.

Although if we don't win the next game against Motherwell, we should sack him.

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