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  1. Malkytfp1 liked a post in a topic by Ace in Season Ticket Renewals.   
    How about this for a shambles ..
    Myself, my mate and his boy all sit together in the family stand.
    We are linked via friend send family, when I went to renew MY season ticket, I was informed by the website that because it was just me (my mate & his boy renew theirs separately) that I couldn't because there wasn't a "child" ticket in my basket.
    Now, I was going to renew all 3 & get the cash for the other 2 later but when I went back into MY rfc account, I could only see my mate & his kids tickets as an option to renew.
    Separately, my mate went to renew theirs and he could only see my name & not his or his kids.
    Its been like this EVERY year for over a decade & we always have to go to the ticket office to renew, except this year we can't .. and there's also no call centre we can call to sort it out either.
  2. Ace liked a post in a topic by TamCoopz in Season Ticket Renewals.   
    Just burn your smart cards mate, nothing else for it 
  3. edinbear75 liked a post in a topic by Ace in Season Ticket Renewals.   
    How about this for a shambles ..
    Myself, my mate and his boy all sit together in the family stand.
    We are linked via friend send family, when I went to renew MY season ticket, I was informed by the website that because it was just me (my mate & his boy renew theirs separately) that I couldn't because there wasn't a "child" ticket in my basket.
    Now, I was going to renew all 3 & get the cash for the other 2 later but when I went back into MY rfc account, I could only see my mate & his kids tickets as an option to renew.
    Separately, my mate went to renew theirs and he could only see my name & not his or his kids.
    Its been like this EVERY year for over a decade & we always have to go to the ticket office to renew, except this year we can't .. and there's also no call centre we can call to sort it out either.
  4. BridgeIsBlue liked a post in a topic by Ace in Season Ticket Renewals.   
    How about this for a shambles ..
    Myself, my mate and his boy all sit together in the family stand.
    We are linked via friend send family, when I went to renew MY season ticket, I was informed by the website that because it was just me (my mate & his boy renew theirs separately) that I couldn't because there wasn't a "child" ticket in my basket.
    Now, I was going to renew all 3 & get the cash for the other 2 later but when I went back into MY rfc account, I could only see my mate & his kids tickets as an option to renew.
    Separately, my mate went to renew theirs and he could only see my name & not his or his kids.
    Its been like this EVERY year for over a decade & we always have to go to the ticket office to renew, except this year we can't .. and there's also no call centre we can call to sort it out either.
  5. McEwan's Lager liked a post in a topic by Ace in Season Ticket Renewals.   
    How about this for a shambles ..
    Myself, my mate and his boy all sit together in the family stand.
    We are linked via friend send family, when I went to renew MY season ticket, I was informed by the website that because it was just me (my mate & his boy renew theirs separately) that I couldn't because there wasn't a "child" ticket in my basket.
    Now, I was going to renew all 3 & get the cash for the other 2 later but when I went back into MY rfc account, I could only see my mate & his kids tickets as an option to renew.
    Separately, my mate went to renew theirs and he could only see my name & not his or his kids.
    Its been like this EVERY year for over a decade & we always have to go to the ticket office to renew, except this year we can't .. and there's also no call centre we can call to sort it out either.
  6. Mr Soprano liked a post in a topic by Ace in Mid-tier LED Advertising system.   
    It allows for multiple advertising around the stadium & maximises revenue
  7. My Fathers Scarf liked a post in a topic by Ace in Mid-tier LED Advertising system.   
    It allows for multiple advertising around the stadium & maximises revenue
  8. BlueAvenger liked a post in a topic by Ace in Scottish football clubs urged to apologise for historical child sex abuse   
    I'm coming into this late & my we still haven't released a statement apologising for this .. its disgraceful & shockingly poor from our supposed leaders 
  9. Dickie1963 liked a post in a topic by Ace in Club1872 & New RFC Share Issue   
    Except for all the Q&A stuff they've done recently 🤷‍♂️.
  10. plymouthranger liked a post in a topic by Ace in Club1872 & New RFC Share Issue   
    Outside of buying merchandise sold by Castore (who will take a portion) or other goods/products that are sold directly by the club i.e. match programs then there is no other meaningful way of helping the club ... if you are able.
    If you subscribe to C1872 you will, indirectly be a part owner of the club but, most importantly, you will be giving cash directly to the club (remember everyone complained about that!!).
    C1872 isn't about owning the club outright, its about 25% + 1 share which gives THE FANS the power to prevent another CW or Sports Direct (Mike Ashley) happening again.
    There is a vocal minority on here that don't like C1872 for reason fair & foul, there has been some stumbles along the way, some pretty big ones i might add which I've complain about too however I've met with the current board many times and they are nothing but passionate for our club and their efforts to make this endeavor a success is commendable, even in light of the constant friendly fire aimed at them personally.
  11. One Jock Wallace liked a post in a topic by Ace in Club1872 & New RFC Share Issue   
    Outside of buying merchandise sold by Castore (who will take a portion) or other goods/products that are sold directly by the club i.e. match programs then there is no other meaningful way of helping the club ... if you are able.
    If you subscribe to C1872 you will, indirectly be a part owner of the club but, most importantly, you will be giving cash directly to the club (remember everyone complained about that!!).
    C1872 isn't about owning the club outright, its about 25% + 1 share which gives THE FANS the power to prevent another CW or Sports Direct (Mike Ashley) happening again.
    There is a vocal minority on here that don't like C1872 for reason fair & foul, there has been some stumbles along the way, some pretty big ones i might add which I've complain about too however I've met with the current board many times and they are nothing but passionate for our club and their efforts to make this endeavor a success is commendable, even in light of the constant friendly fire aimed at them personally.
  12. Sweetheart liked a post in a topic by Ace in Club1872 & New RFC Share Issue   
    Club 1872 is now in a position to update members and the wider support on our plan to provide funding to RIFC in the first half of 2021. Following discussions with the RIFC Board we can now confirm that a share issue will take place and that Club 1872 has been formally invited to participate at a pro rata level significantly higher than our current shareholding.
    Our aim, which has been agreed by the RIFC Board, is to provide up to £2.5m pounds to RIFC in return for shares at a price of 20p per share. If we are able to raise these funds, this will significantly raise our percentage shareholding in Rangers. It will also provide a much needed cash injection to Rangers following the impact of Covid on club revenues over the past season. We have until June 2021 to raise these funds and RIFC have asked us to provide a first tranche to the club in March. It will only be possible for us to provide this level of funding to Rangers if thousands of additional supporters now join Club 1872 over the coming days, weeks and months.
    We know that our loyal supporters have already dug deep financially this season through season ticket payments, merchandise and other initiatives. We also appreciate the difficult economic circumstances for many people during this pandemic. However, this is a huge opportunity not just to provide important funds to the club but also to ensure that supporters can protect Rangers forever from a repeat of the events of 2012. The only way to do that is to ensure that the supporters hold a significant shareholding in the club.
    Dave King has agreed to postpone his share purchase agreement with us until after these funds have been provided to RIFC. This agreement will resume after June 2021 but we thank him again for his flexibility and for putting Rangers Football Club  first, as always.
    Club 1872 is presenting this opportunity to the support in the hope that tens of thousands of supporters will now answer the call. Club 1872 is the only way for supporters to participate in this share issue. We are asking supporters to join Club 1872, through our legacy initiative or through one of our standard donation options, with the clarity that all of the share funds we raise between now and June 2021 will go direct to Rangers. This is the single best way for supporters to contribute to the future success of Rangers and the funds are required by the club.
    https://club1872.co.uk/news/club-1872-confirms-2-5m-rangers-share-issue-target/
  13. They Gnu liked a post in a topic by Ace in Club1872 & New RFC Share Issue   
    Outside of buying merchandise sold by Castore (who will take a portion) or other goods/products that are sold directly by the club i.e. match programs then there is no other meaningful way of helping the club ... if you are able.
    If you subscribe to C1872 you will, indirectly be a part owner of the club but, most importantly, you will be giving cash directly to the club (remember everyone complained about that!!).
    C1872 isn't about owning the club outright, its about 25% + 1 share which gives THE FANS the power to prevent another CW or Sports Direct (Mike Ashley) happening again.
    There is a vocal minority on here that don't like C1872 for reason fair & foul, there has been some stumbles along the way, some pretty big ones i might add which I've complain about too however I've met with the current board many times and they are nothing but passionate for our club and their efforts to make this endeavor a success is commendable, even in light of the constant friendly fire aimed at them personally.
  14. Dickie1963 liked a post in a topic by Ace in Club1872 & New RFC Share Issue   
    I can understand that but the board has stated, many times now, that there won't be a publicly available issue so any shares you want will have to be bought from a pvt owner, very much as C1872 proposed regards DK shares.
    I'm not here to criticise folk for not being able to help, it's a worldwide pandemic with a huge economic on all of us but if you can & if you would but have suspicions or questiond, I would ask you maybe speak with C1872 directly and see if they can assuage your fears or worries, nothing ventured .. nothing gained 
  15. LochendBilly liked a post in a topic by Ace in Club1872 & New RFC Share Issue   
    I can understand that but the board has stated, many times now, that there won't be a publicly available issue so any shares you want will have to be bought from a pvt owner, very much as C1872 proposed regards DK shares.
    I'm not here to criticise folk for not being able to help, it's a worldwide pandemic with a huge economic on all of us but if you can & if you would but have suspicions or questiond, I would ask you maybe speak with C1872 directly and see if they can assuage your fears or worries, nothing ventured .. nothing gained 
  16. LochendBilly liked a post in a topic by Ace in Club1872 & New RFC Share Issue   
    Outside of buying merchandise sold by Castore (who will take a portion) or other goods/products that are sold directly by the club i.e. match programs then there is no other meaningful way of helping the club ... if you are able.
    If you subscribe to C1872 you will, indirectly be a part owner of the club but, most importantly, you will be giving cash directly to the club (remember everyone complained about that!!).
    C1872 isn't about owning the club outright, its about 25% + 1 share which gives THE FANS the power to prevent another CW or Sports Direct (Mike Ashley) happening again.
    There is a vocal minority on here that don't like C1872 for reason fair & foul, there has been some stumbles along the way, some pretty big ones i might add which I've complain about too however I've met with the current board many times and they are nothing but passionate for our club and their efforts to make this endeavor a success is commendable, even in light of the constant friendly fire aimed at them personally.
  17. ayrshireranger liked a post in a topic by Ace in Club1872 & New RFC Share Issue   
    Club 1872 is now in a position to update members and the wider support on our plan to provide funding to RIFC in the first half of 2021. Following discussions with the RIFC Board we can now confirm that a share issue will take place and that Club 1872 has been formally invited to participate at a pro rata level significantly higher than our current shareholding.
    Our aim, which has been agreed by the RIFC Board, is to provide up to £2.5m pounds to RIFC in return for shares at a price of 20p per share. If we are able to raise these funds, this will significantly raise our percentage shareholding in Rangers. It will also provide a much needed cash injection to Rangers following the impact of Covid on club revenues over the past season. We have until June 2021 to raise these funds and RIFC have asked us to provide a first tranche to the club in March. It will only be possible for us to provide this level of funding to Rangers if thousands of additional supporters now join Club 1872 over the coming days, weeks and months.
    We know that our loyal supporters have already dug deep financially this season through season ticket payments, merchandise and other initiatives. We also appreciate the difficult economic circumstances for many people during this pandemic. However, this is a huge opportunity not just to provide important funds to the club but also to ensure that supporters can protect Rangers forever from a repeat of the events of 2012. The only way to do that is to ensure that the supporters hold a significant shareholding in the club.
    Dave King has agreed to postpone his share purchase agreement with us until after these funds have been provided to RIFC. This agreement will resume after June 2021 but we thank him again for his flexibility and for putting Rangers Football Club  first, as always.
    Club 1872 is presenting this opportunity to the support in the hope that tens of thousands of supporters will now answer the call. Club 1872 is the only way for supporters to participate in this share issue. We are asking supporters to join Club 1872, through our legacy initiative or through one of our standard donation options, with the clarity that all of the share funds we raise between now and June 2021 will go direct to Rangers. This is the single best way for supporters to contribute to the future success of Rangers and the funds are required by the club.
    https://club1872.co.uk/news/club-1872-confirms-2-5m-rangers-share-issue-target/
  18. bob1873 liked a post in a topic by Ace in New RTV Site and Mobile App   
    If they are having issues with Yahoo then they'll be having issues with Sky too as they use the same platform 
  19. Flatcap liked a post in a topic by Ace in Steven Gerrard in glowing Rangers tribute as he names the Ibrox power brokers 'key to it all'   
    Steven Gerrard insists the Ibrox board have "shown their class" to keep him going through tough times at Rangers.
    The manager has paid tribute to the support network that has constantly backed him up since his arrival in April 2018.
    Gerrard has steered Rangers towards a first Premiership title since 2011 as his side sit 23 points clear of Celtic.
    At the weekend, he marked 150 games in charge with a 5-0 hammering of Ross County.
    They have so far failed to win silverware in just under three years in charge, but Gerrard admits his backroom team and the club's power brokers have been unwavering in their commitment to him.
    He told Sky Sports: "We've had some tough days, of course, but I've never sat there and thought, "I didn't expect this" or "This is too much for me."
    "In those moments, you're looking for your support staff alongside you, which they have - they've been an absolute rock for me.
    "The experience of Gary (McAllister), the quality of Mick (Beale), Tom (Culshaw) Jordan (Milsom) and Colin (Stewart), as my football support staff have been outstanding, the outer layers of that staff around the club and the training ground have been superb.
    "But the key to it all is the board. My relationship with Ross (Wilson), Mark (Allen) previously, Stewart Robertson, Dave King originally and now Mr Park ( Douglas Park ) who took over from him - in your tough days and times when it's maybe not going how you want it to be, that's when they show their class and their support, and I've had that from day one."
    Gerrard insists having such "phenomenal" support makes it easier to keep some of the pressure off his own shoulders.
    He added: "I think we all try and share that pressure and demand. The buck stops with me, of course it does, but I knew signing up for this, when I had the original chats with the board. I knew it wasn't always going to be perfect, and an uphill journey.
    "I knew there were going to be bumps and some challenges and some tough days.
    "The questions you ask then are, 'are you going to be with me when they happen, for us to grow and learn and improve?'
    "The support I've had so far has been phenomenal."
    https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/steven-gerrard-glowing-rangers-tribute-23391930
  20. MisterC liked a post in a topic by Ace in Steven Gerrard in glowing Rangers tribute as he names the Ibrox power brokers 'key to it all'   
    Steven Gerrard insists the Ibrox board have "shown their class" to keep him going through tough times at Rangers.
    The manager has paid tribute to the support network that has constantly backed him up since his arrival in April 2018.
    Gerrard has steered Rangers towards a first Premiership title since 2011 as his side sit 23 points clear of Celtic.
    At the weekend, he marked 150 games in charge with a 5-0 hammering of Ross County.
    They have so far failed to win silverware in just under three years in charge, but Gerrard admits his backroom team and the club's power brokers have been unwavering in their commitment to him.
    He told Sky Sports: "We've had some tough days, of course, but I've never sat there and thought, "I didn't expect this" or "This is too much for me."
    "In those moments, you're looking for your support staff alongside you, which they have - they've been an absolute rock for me.
    "The experience of Gary (McAllister), the quality of Mick (Beale), Tom (Culshaw) Jordan (Milsom) and Colin (Stewart), as my football support staff have been outstanding, the outer layers of that staff around the club and the training ground have been superb.
    "But the key to it all is the board. My relationship with Ross (Wilson), Mark (Allen) previously, Stewart Robertson, Dave King originally and now Mr Park ( Douglas Park ) who took over from him - in your tough days and times when it's maybe not going how you want it to be, that's when they show their class and their support, and I've had that from day one."
    Gerrard insists having such "phenomenal" support makes it easier to keep some of the pressure off his own shoulders.
    He added: "I think we all try and share that pressure and demand. The buck stops with me, of course it does, but I knew signing up for this, when I had the original chats with the board. I knew it wasn't always going to be perfect, and an uphill journey.
    "I knew there were going to be bumps and some challenges and some tough days.
    "The questions you ask then are, 'are you going to be with me when they happen, for us to grow and learn and improve?'
    "The support I've had so far has been phenomenal."
    https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/steven-gerrard-glowing-rangers-tribute-23391930
  21. Paisley Blue Loyal liked a post in a topic by Ace in Steven Gerrard in glowing Rangers tribute as he names the Ibrox power brokers 'key to it all'   
    Steven Gerrard insists the Ibrox board have "shown their class" to keep him going through tough times at Rangers.
    The manager has paid tribute to the support network that has constantly backed him up since his arrival in April 2018.
    Gerrard has steered Rangers towards a first Premiership title since 2011 as his side sit 23 points clear of Celtic.
    At the weekend, he marked 150 games in charge with a 5-0 hammering of Ross County.
    They have so far failed to win silverware in just under three years in charge, but Gerrard admits his backroom team and the club's power brokers have been unwavering in their commitment to him.
    He told Sky Sports: "We've had some tough days, of course, but I've never sat there and thought, "I didn't expect this" or "This is too much for me."
    "In those moments, you're looking for your support staff alongside you, which they have - they've been an absolute rock for me.
    "The experience of Gary (McAllister), the quality of Mick (Beale), Tom (Culshaw) Jordan (Milsom) and Colin (Stewart), as my football support staff have been outstanding, the outer layers of that staff around the club and the training ground have been superb.
    "But the key to it all is the board. My relationship with Ross (Wilson), Mark (Allen) previously, Stewart Robertson, Dave King originally and now Mr Park ( Douglas Park ) who took over from him - in your tough days and times when it's maybe not going how you want it to be, that's when they show their class and their support, and I've had that from day one."
    Gerrard insists having such "phenomenal" support makes it easier to keep some of the pressure off his own shoulders.
    He added: "I think we all try and share that pressure and demand. The buck stops with me, of course it does, but I knew signing up for this, when I had the original chats with the board. I knew it wasn't always going to be perfect, and an uphill journey.
    "I knew there were going to be bumps and some challenges and some tough days.
    "The questions you ask then are, 'are you going to be with me when they happen, for us to grow and learn and improve?'
    "The support I've had so far has been phenomenal."
    https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/steven-gerrard-glowing-rangers-tribute-23391930
  22. Amokachi liked a post in a topic by Ace in Steven Gerrard in glowing Rangers tribute as he names the Ibrox power brokers 'key to it all'   
    Steven Gerrard insists the Ibrox board have "shown their class" to keep him going through tough times at Rangers.
    The manager has paid tribute to the support network that has constantly backed him up since his arrival in April 2018.
    Gerrard has steered Rangers towards a first Premiership title since 2011 as his side sit 23 points clear of Celtic.
    At the weekend, he marked 150 games in charge with a 5-0 hammering of Ross County.
    They have so far failed to win silverware in just under three years in charge, but Gerrard admits his backroom team and the club's power brokers have been unwavering in their commitment to him.
    He told Sky Sports: "We've had some tough days, of course, but I've never sat there and thought, "I didn't expect this" or "This is too much for me."
    "In those moments, you're looking for your support staff alongside you, which they have - they've been an absolute rock for me.
    "The experience of Gary (McAllister), the quality of Mick (Beale), Tom (Culshaw) Jordan (Milsom) and Colin (Stewart), as my football support staff have been outstanding, the outer layers of that staff around the club and the training ground have been superb.
    "But the key to it all is the board. My relationship with Ross (Wilson), Mark (Allen) previously, Stewart Robertson, Dave King originally and now Mr Park ( Douglas Park ) who took over from him - in your tough days and times when it's maybe not going how you want it to be, that's when they show their class and their support, and I've had that from day one."
    Gerrard insists having such "phenomenal" support makes it easier to keep some of the pressure off his own shoulders.
    He added: "I think we all try and share that pressure and demand. The buck stops with me, of course it does, but I knew signing up for this, when I had the original chats with the board. I knew it wasn't always going to be perfect, and an uphill journey.
    "I knew there were going to be bumps and some challenges and some tough days.
    "The questions you ask then are, 'are you going to be with me when they happen, for us to grow and learn and improve?'
    "The support I've had so far has been phenomenal."
    https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/steven-gerrard-glowing-rangers-tribute-23391930
  23. Siam69 liked a post in a topic by Ace in Steven Gerrard in glowing Rangers tribute as he names the Ibrox power brokers 'key to it all'   
    Steven Gerrard insists the Ibrox board have "shown their class" to keep him going through tough times at Rangers.
    The manager has paid tribute to the support network that has constantly backed him up since his arrival in April 2018.
    Gerrard has steered Rangers towards a first Premiership title since 2011 as his side sit 23 points clear of Celtic.
    At the weekend, he marked 150 games in charge with a 5-0 hammering of Ross County.
    They have so far failed to win silverware in just under three years in charge, but Gerrard admits his backroom team and the club's power brokers have been unwavering in their commitment to him.
    He told Sky Sports: "We've had some tough days, of course, but I've never sat there and thought, "I didn't expect this" or "This is too much for me."
    "In those moments, you're looking for your support staff alongside you, which they have - they've been an absolute rock for me.
    "The experience of Gary (McAllister), the quality of Mick (Beale), Tom (Culshaw) Jordan (Milsom) and Colin (Stewart), as my football support staff have been outstanding, the outer layers of that staff around the club and the training ground have been superb.
    "But the key to it all is the board. My relationship with Ross (Wilson), Mark (Allen) previously, Stewart Robertson, Dave King originally and now Mr Park ( Douglas Park ) who took over from him - in your tough days and times when it's maybe not going how you want it to be, that's when they show their class and their support, and I've had that from day one."
    Gerrard insists having such "phenomenal" support makes it easier to keep some of the pressure off his own shoulders.
    He added: "I think we all try and share that pressure and demand. The buck stops with me, of course it does, but I knew signing up for this, when I had the original chats with the board. I knew it wasn't always going to be perfect, and an uphill journey.
    "I knew there were going to be bumps and some challenges and some tough days.
    "The questions you ask then are, 'are you going to be with me when they happen, for us to grow and learn and improve?'
    "The support I've had so far has been phenomenal."
    https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/steven-gerrard-glowing-rangers-tribute-23391930
  24. LythamGer liked a post in a topic by Ace in Steven Gerrard in glowing Rangers tribute as he names the Ibrox power brokers 'key to it all'   
    Steven Gerrard insists the Ibrox board have "shown their class" to keep him going through tough times at Rangers.
    The manager has paid tribute to the support network that has constantly backed him up since his arrival in April 2018.
    Gerrard has steered Rangers towards a first Premiership title since 2011 as his side sit 23 points clear of Celtic.
    At the weekend, he marked 150 games in charge with a 5-0 hammering of Ross County.
    They have so far failed to win silverware in just under three years in charge, but Gerrard admits his backroom team and the club's power brokers have been unwavering in their commitment to him.
    He told Sky Sports: "We've had some tough days, of course, but I've never sat there and thought, "I didn't expect this" or "This is too much for me."
    "In those moments, you're looking for your support staff alongside you, which they have - they've been an absolute rock for me.
    "The experience of Gary (McAllister), the quality of Mick (Beale), Tom (Culshaw) Jordan (Milsom) and Colin (Stewart), as my football support staff have been outstanding, the outer layers of that staff around the club and the training ground have been superb.
    "But the key to it all is the board. My relationship with Ross (Wilson), Mark (Allen) previously, Stewart Robertson, Dave King originally and now Mr Park ( Douglas Park ) who took over from him - in your tough days and times when it's maybe not going how you want it to be, that's when they show their class and their support, and I've had that from day one."
    Gerrard insists having such "phenomenal" support makes it easier to keep some of the pressure off his own shoulders.
    He added: "I think we all try and share that pressure and demand. The buck stops with me, of course it does, but I knew signing up for this, when I had the original chats with the board. I knew it wasn't always going to be perfect, and an uphill journey.
    "I knew there were going to be bumps and some challenges and some tough days.
    "The questions you ask then are, 'are you going to be with me when they happen, for us to grow and learn and improve?'
    "The support I've had so far has been phenomenal."
    https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/steven-gerrard-glowing-rangers-tribute-23391930
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