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  1. Chased off by the Oswalds domino’s team
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  2. Some of our fans go on and on about loyalty and commitment to Rangers and act like a little bitch when people leave us/don’t sign new contracts/don’t work out for us etc… giving absolutely horrendous abuse directed towards individuals for it. Yet when someone who has stayed with us stepped up during a mess of a time, who whilst never being anywhere near good enough still tried his best for the club finally does leave he receives disgusting needless abuse. They then howl to the moon when people (like Joe Worrall) comment on it. Its embarrassing you demand loyalty and respect but think that’s a one way street and give none back. Murty’s leaving it’s probably no great loss but how about stop acting like a fucking Ned, thank him for his service (if you can’t manage that just ignore it) and move on.
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  3. We are in a great position for a new manager coming in a settled team four points clear and with a very decent squad. We have all complained about various parts of Gerrards management, subs were weird, timing of subs equally weird, the lethargy in the way we have started the season. depending on who we get we could really see our team pushing on we have better players than any team in the league, is it now time to let the players off the leash and bin this ten holding midfielders we play and show everyone why we are champions. Me being a very positive member on here can see this being the beginning of something beautiful
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  4. GVB will be the next manager unless something mental happens in the next few days.
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  5. Love Richard keys getting tore into Gerrard. “Welcome back Steven. Although I wish you’d taken a bit more care about the manner in which you accepted the Villa job,” Keys wrote on his blog. I said this on Twitter last week - and I stand by it. Leaving Rangers like a thief in the night was poor. “Everybody at Ibrox deserved better - not least the players - who knew little or nothing about your intentions until they saw pictures of you holding up a Villa shirt - and yes - you looked happy! “The ‘daft questions’ came later this time Why leave like that? Why skulk off after being given your big break by Rangers? You later issued a statement saying ‘in time - I hope people understand’. Well they won’t. If you’d done things the right way I’m sure they might have done.”
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  6. Seems a good time to roll this 1 back out
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  7. Gie it up ffs, he’s a way move on. Your like a wee lassie that found out her boyfriend was fingering her pal. These things happen.
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  8. Here’s the best bit anyway…
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  9. “Ryan Jack is training & has an outside chance of being involved for the weekend”.
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  10. International breaks are boring: Steven Gerrard turned into a villain. Scotland turned into Brazil. Checking Rangers Twitter turned into a full time job. Our thumbs turned numb from constant refreshing. We turned Dutch. EDC699 turned into the most important flight in the history of aviation. Half the Rangers fans turned into paranoid, director of football, manager scouting slightly deluded bookies. Derek McInnes turned (mostly) everyone off c*ltic AGM turned into a total circus. And there's still a few days left to go!
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  11. Can people leave Walter Smith's name out of this fs.
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  12. “The feedback I’ve heard [from my sources] of Giovanni on the training ground along, with his assistant Roy Makaay, has been really impressive. It is great to hear. “It boosts the players. They’re maybe lacking a wee bit of belief at the moment with the sticky start to the season and losing in the cup. “It looks like a wee bit of confidence has gone there. “Giovanni, taking the coaching sessions, the training sessions, I’m hearing that the players were very, very impressed.”
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  13. Thought it was cracking and in my view the more simple they are the better. Quite often the more elaborate ones don't really hit the target.
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  14. Quality from Oswald's 😂😂
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  15. Many thanks to @mearns loyal who once again has gone above and beyond. Not only has he donated his 4 Hampden Tickets to the Erskine Veterans, he even took the time out to deliver them directly to Erskine! What a trooper!
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  16. We’re all from different walks o life, how did we all end up supporting Rangers?!… My story isn’t your typical one I guess… I actually supported my local team Dunfermline Athletic as a tot, went to all the home games with my grandfather… He didn’t allow anything green in his house, which to begin with I couldn’t understand. Then a wee Rangers bank appeared on his sideboard!? The penny dropped 😉and I realised that whilst my grandfather liked to support his local team deep down he was a Rangers man! This got me intrigued and I started watching Rangers games around 1988 (10yr old), which of course was great timing!!! I guess his way was instilled into me and I never looked back. Whilst I don’t make many games, I rarely miss a game on the box 👍 My grandfather passed away some 20+ years ago but glad to say I still have that wee bank!
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  17. My missus has just said "You wouldn't even be this bothered if I fucked off" 😂😂 At least for once she was right.
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  18. Thought the Rangers AGM was earlier this month at parkhead ?
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  19. Guy has won 1 medal in his career and now says he's lost hunger Absolute loser man
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  20. Scum representatives also in attendance but not posting them on here. God bless you Wattie
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  21. I know we're jumping the gun here but if Gerrard left on Thursday and we appoint Giovanni van Bronckhorst on Monday (or earlier) then the board deserve credit for that. 4 day turnover over a weekend for the number one choice candidate.
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  22. Plenty, including myself, were concerned about Bassey at CB. Tonight I thought he was fantastic - he was so aggressive in the first 30 minutes and I loved it. Is he the answer to our CB issues, probably not, but credit where credit is due. I thought he was tremendous. Well done Calvin!
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  23. A couple of weeks ago we were contacted by the family of James ‘’Tuck’’ McIntyre, his great niece said that she’d been researching her family tree which took her on to our website thefounderstrail.co.uk On Sunday we had the pleasure of meeting, all the way from Texas, Sandra Tucker and her friend Susan. It was a joy to take them on a tour of many places relating to James’s time at Rangers including our magnificent Ibrox Stadium. They then paid their respects at his final resting place at Craigton Cemetery. The James McIntyre story. James played for Alexandria Athletic for three years before joining Rangers in 1880.He played for Rangers for 11 years and was Club captain for a spell. He represented Glasgow against Sheffield, London, Lancashire, Edinburgh and Birmingham and was capped for Scotland against Wales in 1884.He was Convenor of the Rangers ground and was also on selection committee’s. James was one of the few people to be awarded life membership of the Rangers. In the 1890’s James McIntyre was the owner of what was Tuck’s which became Fergies, NN10 and today the Three Cheers pub at Paisley Road Toll which he sadly lost due to ‘’cash flow problems’’. ‘’ Well if he wasn’t so keen on giving the Rangers supporters so much whiskey on tick then it could’ve stayed in the family hands ‘’ said his Grand Daughter Vivien. In his later years James lived at 407 Paisley Road, a stone’s throw from Ibrox Stadium .Due to his contribution to the Club over many years a supporter offered to buy James and his family a retirement house in Largs which James turned down as he said it would take him too far away from the Rangers.Vivien said ‘’ He would often sit at the window of the flat on Paisley Road and the supporters on their way to Ibrox would shout and wave up to him which brought him great comfort’’. She also informed us that the name ‘’ Tuck’’ came about because of his portly figure. It isn’t everyone who can say that a family relative met Buffalo Bill! It was in 1891 that Bill Cody brought his famous Wild West show to Glasgow. James McIntrye met with him and asked that he bring his show to Ibrox, sadly that never transpired but James brought Buffalo Bill to Ibrox to watch the Rangers play Queens Park. James sadly passed on 17th March 1943. James McIntyre played a huge role in the early years of our Club and won’t ever be forgotten.
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  24. Not going to say precisely what was said but I’d be shocked if it wasn’t Gio 👀
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  25. Sorry but this deserves to be in here….🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 NO RESPECT' Motherwell’s Helicopter Sunday celebrations ‘a disgrace says Celtic icon Thompson: McDonald acted like he won the league Derek McGregor 0:10, 1 Dec 2021 Updated: 2:32, 1 Dec 2021 BLOWING the league at Motherwell in 2005 still leaves Alan Thompson with a gut-wrenching sense of disappointment. He describes the full-time feeling at Fir Parkon the last day of the season — with Rangerstaking the title — as “horrific” and “devastating”. 2 Tommo looks on in disbelief as McDonald strikes late on Tommo insists the agony from that failure was “ten times” worse than losing the Uefa Cup final. Martin O’Neill announced immediately after Helicopter Sunday 2 that he was leaving Celtic. And Thompson remains bitter over Well’s celebrations. He said: “The last game of the season we played Motherwell at Fir Park with Rangers playing Hibs away at Easter Road. I’ll never forget it as long as I live. “All we had to do was win the game that day and we’d be crowned champions again. “Chris Sutton scored, we were in a great position and we missed some great chances to put that game to bed. “The league was coming back to Celtic Park until the 88th minute when self-confessed Celtic fanatic Scott McDonald scored, then bagged another in the 90th minute to hand Rangers the title. “It was utter devastation. I’ve had lows in football but this was something from out of this world. I’d never seen or felt anything like it. “I can understand ex-Rangers man Terry Butcher going nuts as the Motherwell boss, but McDonald celebrated like he’d just won the league. “He went crazy with joy when thousands of Celtic supporters were on the floor in tears. “The way Motherwell celebrated was an absolute disgrace. There was no respect. It was like they won that title. “Back at Easter Road, Marvin Andrews said God was behind us losing the league in the last two minutes of the season. “I don’t know what God was playing at if that was true. It was a stake through the heart to all of us on that pitch at Fir Park. MONEY BACK Get £20 money back on Celtic v Hearts as CASH if you lose with Paddy Power, plus 60/1 bet builder tip “I’m still broken-hearted about it, and it brings a bad feeling to my stomach. “Now, 16 years on, I still can’t describe the feeling. If we thought losing in Seville and losing the league on the last day in 2003 were bad, this was tenfold. “Martin O’Neill said after the game, ‘Listen lads, the Cup final next week is going to be my last game’. “There were just no words about how I was feeling that day. “I’d been at Celtic for five seasons and never knew anything different than playing for Martin. “Thankfully I’ve never lost touch with the gaffer even after he left Celtic and I’d left the club. He’ll be my friend for the rest of my life.”
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  26. For years we were crying out for someone in the media to stick it to them while we were laughed at from every Chris, John and Neil. He's came out all guns blazing and never stopped
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  27. Just saw Koeman at the airport.
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  28. McGregor, Morelos & Kamara A lot has been said about a lot of all the players since Sunday....McGregor nowhere near as good as last season....3 wonder saves again, Kamara....just wow, covered every blade of grass and actually tackled like a young Stuart McCall.....thats how you shut racists up.....you outplay the bastards....Morelos, more like his old self, pulling players all over the place and his link up play so much better On a side note, thought big Bassey was immense into the bargain
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  29. Again with people trying to downplay how Gerrard did for us as a manager and make it look like he did fuck all when that clearly isn’t the case. It’s getting boring now tbh. People need to let it go and move on.
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