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Guard of Dishonour blog by Rick Roberts, and a poll

Should our team applaud them onto our Ibrox   

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  1. 1. It’s a simple yes or no with no fence sitters



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37 minutes ago, Tiger Shaw said:

Threads a pointless pile of shite now, it’s not fucking happening. 

90 minutes of vile bigotry as it should be 😆

I like to think this thread played a part in the decision, as our illustrious SLO would have reported back the strength of feeling to the board on his daily scan of the forum.

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               everybody is entitled to their opinion,but anyone who

               votes yes must have a very short memory,or they are

                not a true Rangers fan,def,no no no.          :taig:

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31 minutes ago, kingtom80 said:

 

               everybody is entitled to their opinion,but anyone who

               votes yes must have a very short memory,or they are

                not a true Rangers fan,def,no no no.          :taig:

No, we are the true Rangers fans keeping the traditions at the club alive.

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2 hours ago, Malvern said:

They left too many alive.

Big time!

LBH here, your taig would not have one fucking clue as to what honour is, so anything along those lines would be absolutely wasted on them and why should we confuse those mongo bastards any more than they already are ffs. We should never be party to exploiting the afflicted. 

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After thinking about it I don't really care if the players give their lot a guard of honour or not. If they do it, it shows some class from our players/management team, if they don't who could begrudge any of them for not doing it for the biggest rivalry in world football? 

 

On the off chance it does happen, I for one will be chanting 'Who shagged all the boys? ' at those vermins. Will be some sight if a good chunk of our support join in. Never let those soap dodgers forget. 

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7 minutes ago, BF1 said:

After thinking about it I don't really care if the players give their lot a guard of honour or not. If they do it, it shows some class from our players/management team, if they don't who could begrudge any of them for not doing it for the biggest rivalry in world football? 

 

On the off chance it does happen, I for one will be chanting 'Who shagged all the boys? ' at those vermins. Will be some sight if a good chunk of our support join in. Never let those soap dodgers forget. 

:lol:

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9 minutes ago, 72barca said:

re·spect
/rəˈspekt/
noun
1.
a feeling of deep admiration for someone or something elicited by their abilities, qualities, or achievements. Respect is earned.

Trust Is Granted, Not Earned. ... Trust is one of the most critical elements of healthy relationships, families, teams, organizations and communities. However, you may have an odd or disempowered relationship to trust—you've been taught that people must earn your trust, when in fact, it's something you grant to others.

Honour is the idea of a bond between an individual and a society as a quality of a person that is both of social teaching and of personal ethos, that manifests itself as a code of conduct, and has various elements such as valor, chivalry, honesty, and compassion.

 

Where Respect has not been earned and Trust has not been granted - Honour can not be acclaimed.

If the players are forced to line up at the tunnel as their opponents exit on to the field they should turn their backs inwards as an expression of an unfavorable opinion.

Get that man a double scotch.🥃

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8 minutes ago, ForeverAndEver said:

Traditions of a real club, just because the club does doesn’t mean traditions should too

A guard of honour to the most dishounourable club on the planet? No thanks. 

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1 hour ago, Blue Avenger said:

Well it certainly won't be King Billy's on the wall!

Is there a myth being pedalled by the disaffected that there is a tradition in us doing a GOH? 

This. Where does this shite rear its head from? Obviously too many taigs on Rangers forums. Does anyone really expect us to give these scum bastards any kind of goh. 

Oh and ban the 14 or whatever it's up to now.

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2 minutes ago, To Be A Ranger said:

This. Where does this shite rear its head from? Obviously too many taigs on Rangers forums. Does anyone really expect us to give these scum bastards any kind of goh. 

Oh and ban the 14 or whatever it's up to now.

I would hazard to guess some are at the wind up, some are taigs and some are simply no well!

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Simply put,

Are celtic football club an honourable club and deserve a guard of honour ?

If your answer is yes then your either lying, a Scum fan or needing medical help.

Should the scum be applauded by their fans and given plaudits by the press etc then yes as they won the league, however a GOH would be like knighting Jimmy Saville for his contribution to TV and charity's, oh wait !

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