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  1. Our attempt to meet with him was knocked back because of his busy schedule, and the RFFF won't tell anyone what they spoke to hm about! We will be handing in a formal letter to the front door addressed to Mr Green asking him to respond to the questions, and will also be emailing him it in case it "goes missing".
  2. The questions: Who are Charles Green's Investors? What plans do you have in place for the scenarios of being demoted to either the 3rd or 1st division? What is the business plan for the club going forward? How do you intend to make it profitable? Why are you theartening players with legal action over something they are absolutely right to be doing in the eyes of the law? What are you doing to convince players to stay? Issuing hollow threats in the media is not going to gain their trust or support. Do you have the necessary funds available to even pay the player wages on Thursday? Does the new
  3. Look it's fucking simple, the rules are there to ensure that this passes without our support receiving anything but positive press. You know for a fact that the hacks in the media will be looking for the slightest instance of trouble to generate a story and put us in the headlines for the wrong reasons. Can guarantee those wanting a more volatile protest have absolutely no experience with how they work and how much beaurocracy needs to be overcome before it can be allowed. We've been working our arses off to try and get this all cleared and made legal, so forgive me if I don't really care much
  4. What's your alternative? Bust down the front doors, smash the place up? It will be you who does the jail time! Fact is we want to be allowed to make our point clearly and as close to the SFA headquarters as possible. You start becoming unruly on the march there and the cops would simply block off the route and slowly disperse everyone, making the protest totally pointless. And believe me, there's fuck all "tame" about anyone who has helped organise this, that's for sure!
  5. Just waiting on the being removed. We weren't aware of the other one being organised and so we'll throw our weight behind that one. It's all about unity, we need to pull in the same direction.
  6. Today the Union Bears call on ALL Rangers fans to unite in protest against he undeniable corruption within the SFA which has seen us fined and hit with a transfer embargo due to the actions of one man acting against the interests of the club. It has all but killed our chances of avoiding liquidation. The anger and frustration felt across the Rangers family needs to be directed squarely at the door of those responsible and that is why we urge everyone to come together this Saturday and show those within the corrupt SFA that we will not stand by while they try and destroy our club. We will fight
  7. He has the expertise and the money so he's fine in my books. I don't like the idea of a committee, too many heads banging together and to whole point of a committee is because not one of them has the money outright to buy us. That makes me worry about future investment. This guy knows how to run a successful sports business so i'd trust him much more than i would the Blue Knights.
  8. Rfc52, I know what you're saying mate, not everyone in the section is going to like everything that gets sung. The important thing is that you keep going with it regardless. There's times where I've been a wee bit miffed at song choice and the like but I still sing it loud as fuck, because that's what we're there to do. Regarding the Euro chants, I'm sure you appreciate that most Rangers/Loyalist songs are slower and that unfortunately there are many who don't know the words. The Euro chants are a good filler, they keep things going when it's beginning to stagnate around the ground and even in
  9. The Union Bears would like to call on all Rangers fans going to the game against Hearts this weekend to build on the fantastic atmosphere created against Kilmarnock and up in Inverness last weekend. The team need our support for 90 minutes EVERY game, and as the last few games have proved, it can be done. So bring your flags, your scarfs and your banners, and most importantly your voices. Get on your feet in support of the team and create the kind of atmosphere that made Ibrox famous. Give your all! No Surrender Union Bears
  10. Don't panic if you don't get any response to your email, you're definitely on the waiting list. As of yet we don't know what the situation is going to be next season. There's discussion ongoing with the club with regards to expansion to guarantee all those on the waiting list a place in the section, but as of yet there isn't even a guarantee that the club will be even operating season tickets next season. Be patient troops, hopefully things start becoming clearer in the next few weeks.
  11. The Blue Order don't have public forum.
  12. There's discussion under way with the club about expanding into BF2 and the signs are very encouraging.
  13. Certainly much more prominent than sectarianism but i think it's more a worldwide shame rather than being limited to just Scotland. Look at how bad it is in some close European countries and it's not anywhere near that level. Things like knife crime, obesity and drug abuse set us apart from most other developed nations due to the massive levels of it we have. And despite all of this the only word on the lips of politicians and journos is sectarianism. Which for the most part is a complete and utter myth! And we all know why. It's an easy option. Makes it look like they're tackling issues, winn
  14. Is it fuck! There's more issues with gun crime and paedophilia in Scotland than there is Sectarianism, and the figures prove that. Don't believe the overblown nonsense that the media and Government spout because they can't be bothered tackling real issues that affect the nation. You want huge issues? Look no further than obesity, knife crime and drug abuse. Scotland's real problems.
  15. There's a new one opening/open just across the road from the old one mate. Clocked it when i was on my way to work today, first i'd seen it.
  16. That's an opinion of someone stuck purely in the 20th century. European groups have taken many of their songs from old British chants and adapted them. Absolutely nothing wrong with doing the same in reverse. It creates a fantastic atmosphere as that video proves. Something which "British football" hasn't had for a long time. You're possibly right, maybe our shitey football game doesn't deserve chants like these.
  17. Thing is though, this legislation isn't going to just affect songs about Ulster etc. It's going to criminalise fans for standing, swearing, taunting the opposition and even so much as backing your team. The law is so vague that the Police can enforce it in pretty much any way they like. Are you comfortable with that? I'm certainly not! As someone who goes to the games to vocally and visually back then team the last thing i want is the Police and stewards to be given even more powers to stop us doing that. Forget the whole sectarianism debate, this is about civil liberties here. Make no mistake
  18. It has to be applauded that despite everything in that statement this fucking moron decides to have a dig at someone who's been harshly treated by Police. Top show sir, you really are a twat!
  19. I want to hear the story about the last time you lost them, it's much better!
  20. If they had been looting then the coppers would most likely have been cowering at the other end of the street waiting for them to finish! They pick on easy targets you see. The new anti-Sectarian squad need to justify their existence otherwise they're back to being normal paid officers.
  21. The problem last night mate was that a lot of the section didn't know what was happening. Many thought that the lads were just going to the concourse to argue their case, as has been done before. If they'd known it was a walk-out i think most would have joined.
  22. Mate, the boy had come straight from work, still had his work clothes on. It's the word of several group members around the incident. The fact he wasn't arrested tells you that he had done nothing wrong.
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