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  1. Polo liked a post in a topic by SkylineBlue in Breakaway European Super League   
    UEFA run a competition called " The Champions League" but it actually has fuck all to do with champions. They're in no position to criticise anyone for being money whores.
  2. Polo liked a post in a topic by Junior Soprano in Thank you Rangers   
    Finished your 10
    Finished your CEO
    Finished your Manager
    Finished your Captain
    Finished your Season
     
  3. Polo liked a post in a topic by The Godfather in Ryan Kent   
    Brown is still on the park wondering where he went 
  4. Polo liked a post in a topic by Jeffrey in Ryan Jack Out   
    Feel for him missing the Euros, it clearly means a lot to him. However that sounds promising long term.
  5. Polo liked a post in a topic by Cedrick in Subtle Tweet from the Club   
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  6. Polo liked a post in a topic by The Hammer 11 in SFA let Hivs and Welsh off.   
    Derogatory Term for Protestant more like, usual sweep sweep nothing to see here from the powers at be.
  7. Polo liked a post in a topic by Dan Deacon in Kamara and Kudela bans   
  8. Polo liked a post in a topic by plumbGER in Premier Sports for Sunday   
    Iptv.
    Year sub £30ish
    All box office events, Sports and Movies included.
  9. Polo liked a post in a topic by Malkytfp1 in Castore 55 top?   
  10. Polo liked a post in a topic by BlueThunder in Castore 55 top?   
    I believe the strip release date is now in doubt as there is a world shortage of the number 5.
  11. Polo liked a post in a topic by Camshy in Buzzing   
    So posted a few pictures of my painting to commemorate us winning 55 and I'm so happy where it has ended up.
    Painting is now sitting hung on the wall at the training centre, opened up by the main man himself Stevie fucking G......so happy. Cant post pictures of anyone with it but here it is in a little video of its progress.
     

    QUIK_20210316_111747.mp4 QUIK_20210316_111747.mp4  
  12. Polo liked a post in a topic by MayboleLoyal_atb in Is there a weak position in our team?   
    Think we need someone who would walk into our midfield. Sadly Jack seems to be injured to much and Davis isn’t going to be playing 3 games in a week next season so we need some quality there. Borna had a stinker today but a wouldn’t be worrying to much about that position.
  13. Polo liked a post in a topic by STEPPS BOY in Carlos Mendes Gomes   
    Was just saying the other day that we should be signing this guy if we are serious about winning CL next season.
  14. Polo liked a post in a topic by We Will Follow Rangers in Scottish cup 4th round - Scum at home   
    Not about about your views ya fucking halfwit, show some fucking respect.
     
  15. Polo liked a post in a topic by The Moonlighter in 83 Years Ago Today.Founder Moses McNeil.   
    On the 9th April 1938 our Founder Moses McNeil passed at Townend Hospital Dumbarton.Moses had been visiting a friend in Dumbarton and became unwell.He was the grand age of 82.

    Moses was born on the 29th October 1855 at Belmore House which today is part of the Faslane Naval Base.His father John was from Comrie in Perthshire and mother Jane Bain from Downpatrick in Ulster.
    He was a natural athlete,powerful and of stocky build,it was said that he was also known for his pace.In the Ibrox trophy room today is a cup won by Moses for a half-mile race at the Garelochead Athletic Sports on 1 January 1876,it’s the oldest Trophy that the Club has.

    Moses played for the club he helped form for ten years,playing in the 1877 and 1879 Scottish Cup Finals.He was also a member of the first Rangers side to lift a trophy,the Glasgow Merchants Charity Cup in 1879.
     

    He was the first Ranger to play for his country when Scotland defeated Wales 4-0 at Hamilton Crescent in Partick in 1876.
    Moses led a nomadic lifestyle mainly due to his 20 year employment with the company Langs whose name was synonymous with the famous brand of whisky.Their premises,which Moses worked from,was at 70 Union Street in Glasgow.During his time in Glasgow Moses lived at 169 Berkeley Street and 333 Dumbarton RoadThese locations are among many others that we visit during the Founders Trail.
    We have a wonderful newspaper report which details Moses and his friend,team-mate and fellow Founder Tom Vallance attending the 1905 Scotish Cup Final as supporters.
    Only 9 months after Moses passed Rangers would set their record attendance at Ibrox Park of 118,000.It’s a comforting thought that our Founder was sitting in his Rosneath cottage while the Club that he’d help form and nurture were now one of the biggest in the World.
    Moses spent the last few years of his life living with his sister Isabella in Clynder at Craig Cottage.
     

    She died in 1935, to be followed by her brother, the last of the siblings,in 1938.They lie together with their sister Elizabeth and Isabella’s husband Duncan Gray in the lovely churchyard at Rosneath.But sadly for the man who gave Rangers their name his own wasn’t inscribed on the family headstone.This was because Moses was the last family member in the Rosneath area to pass and no one was left to have his name added.
    The late great Sandy Jardine was a supporter of our Founders project and had expressed a wish to have a plaque with Moses name on it placed at the churchyard at Rosneath,this is a project that we completed on Sandy’s behalf on Sunday 28th June 2015.Our Restoration team cleaned Moses stone and placed an engraved plaque which was purchased after funds were raised via the worldwide Rangers support.

     

    Today as we celebrate our 55th title we remember Founder Moses McNeil.
    Moses full story can be read here in our book. All books purchased are posted out by ourselves within 24 hours.
    https://www.thefounderstrail.co.uk/shop
     
  16. Polo liked a post in a topic by Prso's headband in The captain   
    Delighted he’s signed on again. Thought he would finish his career here, looking more likely now. 
  17. Polo liked a post in a topic by Moody Blue Legend in Potential Ibrox Reopening   
    Think that just where Paul Hartley was sitting last night.
  18. Polo liked a post in a topic by Goofy The Scot in Ray Wilkins   
    Just after Ray died i was listening to Talksport on my lunchbreak and a guy called in and pretty much summed up Ray Wilkins with one short story
     
     
    RIP Butch, gem of a man.
  19. Polo liked a post in a topic by RockwellGers in Alfredo   
    I heard he's very happy, happy for de team, for de manaher, and for de fan. 
  20. Polo liked a post in a topic by The Socrates. in Slavia release a third statement   
    Looks intentional to me,well done Bale
  21. Polo liked a post in a topic by TamCoopz in Patterson, Bassey, Zungu, Kinnear & Dapo Banned.   
    @EverestGersdoes this regularly 
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