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  1. Looking good ❤️🤍💙 can’t wait 😁
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  2. Poster doesn’t know what he is Dane tbh.
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  3. Stone Cold Steve Davis
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  4. Nah he’s talking shite, it’s the performance enhancing drugs our players are injecting thats allowing us to over run other teams. Been obvious for a while now.
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  5. Any player not understanding what is expected of them at our club, in those surroundings, with those facilities shouldn’t be here. Ibrox looks an unbelievable place of work.
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  6. Will this poll decide what happens?
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  7. Brian Laudrup on Gerrard/Tav (from Daily Mail column): "How would you sum up Steven Gerrard's mentality as a player? Relentless seems like a good word. The next pass, the next tackle, the next goal, the next win, the next trophy. Those were the most important things in his thoughts. It was part of what made him such a special midfielder. "As a manager, transmitting that mindset into your team is not easy. It takes time. And needs leaders you can trust on the pitch to properly reflect your thoughts and values. "Sunday's 8-0 hammering of Hamilton was another sign that Rangers are moving in the right direction under Gerrard's command. And, to me, it was no surprise at all that his captain was again such an influential presence. "You want to see relentless? Look at James Tavernier in action this season. He is perpetual motion in games always running, always closing down space, always trying to ask questions of the opposition. "When the camera pans to him in matches, you can also see Tavernier making demands of his teammates. Keep going. We need more. "The same was coming from Gerrard, who didn't even look happy when Rangers went 3-0 up after 19 minutes. "Complacency wasn't going to be tolerated. "Sometimes, as a superior side, you can take your foot off the pedal in these games and end up winning 3-0 or 4-0 without much extra effort. That would have been understandable coming off the back of a difficult match against Benfica in Lisbon last midweek. "But it wasn't enough for Gerrard. And it wasn't enough for his right-hand man on the pitch. Tavernier is reflecting his manager's mentality right now and bringing that exact same focus to every game. It's a really significant factor."
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  8. Exactly what we need to see from this Rangers side, flowing attacking moves involving a range of players. Whether more established or newer signings, everyone seems to be on the same page. The rotation seems to be working and giving us real depth as well. I know this was the bottom team in the league, but this sort of play bodes well and can be used against anyone. Great use of slo-mo as well, sumptuous stuff. Shout out to Barker too, good involvement and run, took the finish well. 124161873_664054094482245_70412648395270504_n.mp4
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  9. Stand at the airport with ur pool queue and stop him from boarding ya mongo bastard
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  10. Rangers fan on singing SG praises. That is fine but I'm getting really uneasy, with some of the stuff that i hear from people like this guy " SG has brought the invincibility back " My fuck we still haven't won a trophy yet . We really need to keep all this over confident shite in check . And that is coming from a bear that has been watching Gers for decades, and seen many a large points deficits over turned .It it far too early to be dismissing the scum for starters
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  11. Big DJ loves a big telly 😀
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  12. I get that view tbh. But last season all our eggs were in the one basket named Morelos. If he didnt perform, we were fucked, and that's what happened for whatever number of reasons. I believe thats been addressed with Roofe and Itten coming in to help him and Defoe. We've also got permanent players here now with flair in Kent, Hagi and Aribo. The low block doesn't seem such a huge barrier to overcome. Finally, we had the longest period of time in years to work on formations, the results are there for all to see. I'm in a positive frame of mind about how we're getting on, but also cautious as it is still early days in the season. But for reasons I've given, there's much more about us as a force. There's no obvious weaknesses or reliance on individuals etc. The platform is already there too.
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  13. It’s incredible how deranged they are. If we stop 10, the Scottish population would decrease by about 20% over night with all the suicides and moves back to Ireland. Don’t ever change 😂
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  14. Wonder which has had more men thru it
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  15. No-one wants to see your tunnel mate.
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  16. I got goosebumps just watching big DJ walk through the tunnel. We have come a long way in the last few years.
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  17. Spell his fucking name correctly will you, that will do for a start
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  18. Must just be me but I wouldn't miss them.
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  19. Looks great tbh. If I had to nitpick I’ve never liked the pictures of Tavernier and Arfield in the corridor, we won nothing. Hopefully they pictures are replaced with Tavernier holding multiple trophies this season
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  20. See if we’re really honest we weren’t really playing that well last year before the break. Yes we were scraping wins and we beat them at their own midden but we were struggling in a lot of games and papering over the cracks. We are a different animal this year. I’m not getting too excited but I certainly think we have a far better mentality than last season.
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  21. The first overhead kick l attempted almost killed me fuck knows where the ball eneded up but l didn't have the foresight to plan my landing, bloody winded me a cracker, needless to say l kept things simple after that.
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  22. He's finnished on here imo. Norway he comes back from this.
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  24. 😂 I'm bad for rolling my ankles playing football, but I've never rolled both at the same time! That's impressive.
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  25. There’s going to be a lot of clubs sniffing about our squad on the strength of our European performances. I’ll just be relieved if we can hold onto our best players.
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  26. The second episode releases tomorrow and third and final episode is released on Friday.
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  27. He's the right man at the helm. He just needs to win us the league this season. I believe in him and what he's bringing, its time to deliver. As he says "no excuses".
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  28. I was so moved by the video I took a hour out yesterday to google each of the names and read a little about them all. A few of them died on the first day of the Somme (1/7/16). Hadn't realised Jimmy Speirs had won an FA Cup winners medal with Bradford with him scoring the only goal of the replay after a 0-0 in the first match. He also won the Military Medal for bravery before paying the ultimate sacrifice at Passchendale in August 1917. Initial injury, shot in the thigh, did not appear to be too serious and he got into the safety of a shell crater where he was being attended to. His regiment got order to move on and he was left behind and perished. Makes you appreciate full scale conflicts like the 2 world wars are unlikely to happen again.
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  29. Jim McPhail- The Ultimate Tarrier
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  30. I’ve never once “loved” them in any way shape or form. I have always despised, detested and hated them. they can go take a giant fuck to themselves
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  31. Knowing most of the young guns some older... plenty good in amongst them for the PUL, this is sheer class, very well researched, a credit to our suppport and also atmosphere, as for not having them id hate to think of Ibrox like a coperate English premier league shitey tourist stadium, well done UBS.
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  32. Depends if morelos goes. However, given where we are (and depending on where we are towards the latter end of the window in january) id be inclined to think he would want to finish the season with us and win his first major trophy. It will only help his reputation in the EPL market and hopefully will boost his fee when he does go. Strikers aside, if we let go of fringe players like Edmondson, jones etc. I could see us going in for another winger and maybe a loan, but honestly even if we didn't sign anyone I'd be happy and confident. Thats how far we have come, not looking to the next window to shift shite and try to improve to at least compete with them.
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  33. I presume the Scottish media were all over that like a rash?
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  34. Honestly Tav deserves to lift silverware as club captain. I seen in the past that People said Tav is quiet and doesnt instruct other players, but the other night during the benfica match all I could hear was Tav barking orders to other players. The guys came through a lot and only thing missing is silverware.
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  35. The celtic support should be embarrassed by the small minded and petty members of their own support that can't remember one of their own who was a true hero. And, we should remind them, this is part of the reason why they are scum.
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  36. Watched the highlights from Sundays game on sportscene earlier and they showed the heat map Fuckin hell
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  37. No poppies on their shirts yesterday. Scotland’s shame. At least lennon had the decency to wear one and this must be the first positive comment I have ever made about him.
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  38. Can't even respect one of their own players that died in the war, tramps.
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  39. Drugged up to our knees, surely?
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  40. The word ‘obsessed’ is overused, but it describes them to a T Of the nature of an obsession. ‘people dogged by obsessive jealousy’ Synonyms all-consuming, consuming, compulsive, dominating, controlling, obsessional, addictive, fanatical, fanatic, neurotic, excessive, besetting, gripping, haunting, tormenting, inescapable
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  41. September 1977. We were 2 down to the Tarriers at half time. Came out blazing in the second half and beat them 3-2. There’s no footage of the game as STV went on strike just before it. We were still in the Copland Rd end 20 minutes after the final whistle singing and dancing. The noise was deafening and it was unbridled joy. Gordon Smith made his old firm debut that day and I think he scored twice. Great memories from a great time.
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