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  1. Said before and I'll say it again, as soon as the new top is out I'm buying it for me and my nephews regardless if the retail is sorted or not. This retail argument has went on too long.
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  2. As I recall it King said in an interview a few months ago he hoped the situation with SD would be sorted this summer. It would be great if that turns out to be the case. But there is a court case still in play where SD is claiming damages, breach of directors' fiduciary duty and costs against Rangers for what SD claim is the unlawful termination of the Rangers Retail Ltd contract. Mixed into this is who has the legal rights to use Rangers intellectual property rights. I presume all of this impacts deeply on the strip provider as they'd need to be clear that they are lawfully putting
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  3. Need to get the retail situation sorted. You see green and grey tops all the time now but hardly ever any Rangers strips. It's like they own the west of Scotland. Creates the wrong impression and it's been going on for too long.
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  4. Well King did say it would be sorted by this time or when the tops are for sale at least. Not long to go now so expecting an announcement soon.
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  5. It is a clusterfuck mate, and you wonder just how long this is going to go on for. Hopefully King is true to his word (no laughing at the back) and it will be sorted soon.
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  6. Then the consequences are far reaching and go beyond starving a fat man. People should therefore stop crying like babies that the place is full of grey and green and live with the fact their children won't be able to wear a shiny new Rangers top cos mum/dad deny them this right. This imo is far more damaging than the retail deal
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  7. the fatman and the liar have to make up
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  8. Hopefully. There are hundreds if not thousands of kids who won't be wearing our top about the place because parents refuse them. I remember what it felt like running about pretending to be Big DJ - it was brilliant I felt magical, proud - I find it hard understanding parents not letting their kids feel like this. The implications are Far reaching and folks don't see it the grey and green have no competition in our streets- none.
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  9. Nah, thankfully the vast majority won't touch a bit of merchandise until a good deal for the club is worked out.
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  10. why don't they kiss and make up, in other words, work together you stubborn cunts
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  11. You'll need King to walk away for a start
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  12. You don't know that's a load of bollocks right.
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  13. Good explanations there. Thanks.
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  14. The advertising is on behalf of the retail arm which we tore up. Mike Ashley has shares in Puma UK, hence why he dealt with them for our deal. Not an innocent party, just doing what the fat man tells them to do. Exactly what will happen, same as last season. We ain't going to promote any new kit. First we'll hear about it is when its in a Sports Direct shop or online. There will be a new set of kits when there's money to be made, especially from the kids sizes. Won't expect much stock of the adult sizes as I don't think they'd make the same mistake twice in two years.
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  15. Got a horrible feeling that we're gonna hear nothing for a few more weeks until the season has almost begun, before another damp squib kit launch and sheepish excuses from the club about the retail situation not being sorted yet. Really, really hope I'm wrong.
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  16. I think some of the adidas strips were excellent tbh. Overall though I personally preferred the Nike ones.
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  17. Puma themselves must be pissed off. I don't really know how much the manufacturer makes from each kit sold but I'm sure they'd have been expecting to sell a large amount of shirts when they signed the deal. Possibly the innocent party in our boardroom shambles.
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  18. The day the retail mess is sorted out is the day sales of Rangers tops go through the roof, putting millions of pounds into our club and the glorious royal blue making an appearance on the streets of Glasgow once again.
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  19. Fuck the boycotting of anything Rangers, especially when it's turned out it was only for the benefit of a few, wear your colours with pride and fuck the self servers! They'll be found out anyway !
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  20. We've done this ourselves Tbh Our top has become a symbol of supporting the fat one and anyone wearing it is pilloried for this it should be a symbol of pride of support and of loyalty sadly too many have politicalised it with their agendas and boycotts kids don't give a fuck how much of a financial deal we get. They just want to swagger about thinking they are Kenny Miller or Dado Prso parents should remember how they felt wearing our top playing 10 twenty oners in the street- but they don't
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  21. I agree with him. I cant tell you the last time i seen a youngster out with his rangers top oan all summer for years. But i have seen plenty of kids wearing the tims tops. We dont have any true legends who kids see as their heros because we have been shafted for a good few years now on the quality front. The PR is shite and there is hardly any public promotion of our brand. I need to walk past that fuckin tim shop in glasgow city centre with their new strips emblazoned across the windows. No Rangers shops. Kids walking past that store see these strips glorified and their wee mates at school ar
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  22. Just seen a Lionbrand black and red top out in Belfast City Centre there at lunchtime We need to get the retail deal sorted so I can see proper Rangers tops rather than these imposter tops.
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  23. People want to wear the colours. Fucking deal with it. We never get that mych out of a deal anyway.. also - exposurue is worth a hulluva lot more that a boycott - a boycott kills off a whole generation of supporters - well done!!
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  24. Time to completely abandon this thread i think, far too many cunts using the word FOLK, fucking disgusting, so to recap from me before getting out of here for good, I'm wearing Rangers stuff on holiday, im 41and I don't give a fuck, I'll be purchasing it from the shop that sells it closest to me because I'm lazy and I couldn't give two bastard hoots what any other folk think......oh fucksake now I'm at it, time to leave.
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  25. Fuck-all wrong with wearing a Rangers top on holiday, representing the club, as long as it's no out to dinner or something
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