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  1. slimjim1690 liked a post in a topic by LegendofCoop in To Those Who Didn't See The Full Journey   
    This is another reason I'm so proud that we have done this. Not just for the memory of those who didn't get to see us make it back, but for the memory of the 66 in the 50th anniversary year. This one is for you all. 
    To absent friends. Forever in our thoughts! 
  2. slimjim1690 liked a post in a topic by esquire8 in the trophy presentation   
    No one from the SPFL was at any of the league presentations. 
    Partick Thistle didn't even do a "Partick Thistle"
  3. Seasideger liked a post in a topic by slimjim1690 in ***The Official Trophy Day Celebrations Thread***   
    I've started reading these posts with one eye, ...fuck me I'm getting auld.
  4. slimjim1690 liked a post in a topic by Junior Soprano in After the celebrations   
    The cup was lifted.
    I sat with my 3 mates. We never uttered a word for a few minutes. We stared into space. In my mind it was the last 10 years going through my brain. Not just football. But everything. A very surreal moment. 
    god bless the famous Glasgow Rangers 
  5. jamess liked a post in a topic by slimjim1690 in ***The Official Trophy Day Celebrations Thread***   
    I've started reading these posts with one eye, ...fuck me I'm getting auld.
  6. Hadron Collider liked a post in a topic by slimjim1690 in ***The Official Trophy Day Celebrations Thread***   
    I've started reading these posts with one eye, ...fuck me I'm getting auld.
  7. slimjim1690 liked a post in a topic by Billythebear77 in 9 years   
    Love everyone off you cunts on here, 9 years we’ve argued and fell out on here, today’s our day!!! No surrender everyone off us 💙🇬🇧
  8. slimjim1690 liked a post in a topic by TheJacketRFC in ***The Official Trophy Day Celebrations Thread***   
    Will be raising a glass to these two legends and all the bears who have lost there lives.

    55 For the 66
     


  9. slimjim1690 liked a post in a topic by Tiger Shaw in ***The Official Trophy Day Celebrations Thread***   
    Fucking  been a long journey defeats in the lower leagues against shite watching the tarriers hump us home and away standing in the west corner getting baited relentlessly through the match walking out after their 4th goal pumped at hampden by the filth, pepper  sprayed after the Hibs cup final  raith in the diddy cup, list goes on and on, tomorrow we finally put all this shite to rest, we fucking deserve to enjoy every moment of it.  This is our day our city. Enjoy brothers and sisters 🇬🇧🏆👊🏼
  10. fergiebubs liked a post in a topic by slimjim1690 in Looking Back   
    I've seen a few of these type of threads pop up recently but I've never commented in them simply because I don't think it's possible for me to adequately put into words that are capable of expressing the overwhelming joy that this season has meant to me.
    Being 66yrs old I've seen everything following this great institution, all the highs and all of the lows but I can honestly say that winning the league this season has been the pinnacle for me, there has never been anything in our clubs illustrious history to compare with the journey we have overcome in the last decade, there are simply no words that can justify explaining the pride I feel at this momentous point in our history and make no mistake this is a momentous achievement.
    At the start of the season I did think that we could mount a serious challenge but if I'm being honest I had a feeling that we might just not have enough, but as November progressed into December I couldn't believe what I was witnessing and I thought to myself if we can get through January unscathed I'm going to allow myself to believe, but when February arrived I was still a bag of nerves, [we'd seen it all before]
    When the day finally arrived against St Mirren watching the scenes outside Ibrox that's when it hit me, watching our support genuinely brought tears to my eyes I was a blubbering mess, lots of thoughts were racing through my mind, thinking of my brother and brother-in-law and all my friends back home and what they've had to put up with these last 10yrs, it was bad enough watching it unfold from 6000 miles away, I can't begin to imagine what it was like for you guys in the thick of it, I thought of all the young supporters who would probably be to young to remember fully what it was like to see us win something, and then to see the Gaffer and the players celebrate in the dressing room was just yeeeeesssss.
    I'd also like to take a moment to thank Dave King and all the other members of the board for sticking with it and putting their hands in their pockets and for getting our club back into relatively calm waters, only you will know how close it came to disaster 
    I'm not going to get into the laughter that lot gave us this season, fuck them it's not about them, it's all about The Rangers.
  11. Colin Traive liked a post in a topic by slimjim1690 in Looking Back   
    I've seen a few of these type of threads pop up recently but I've never commented in them simply because I don't think it's possible for me to adequately put into words that are capable of expressing the overwhelming joy that this season has meant to me.
    Being 66yrs old I've seen everything following this great institution, all the highs and all of the lows but I can honestly say that winning the league this season has been the pinnacle for me, there has never been anything in our clubs illustrious history to compare with the journey we have overcome in the last decade, there are simply no words that can justify explaining the pride I feel at this momentous point in our history and make no mistake this is a momentous achievement.
    At the start of the season I did think that we could mount a serious challenge but if I'm being honest I had a feeling that we might just not have enough, but as November progressed into December I couldn't believe what I was witnessing and I thought to myself if we can get through January unscathed I'm going to allow myself to believe, but when February arrived I was still a bag of nerves, [we'd seen it all before]
    When the day finally arrived against St Mirren watching the scenes outside Ibrox that's when it hit me, watching our support genuinely brought tears to my eyes I was a blubbering mess, lots of thoughts were racing through my mind, thinking of my brother and brother-in-law and all my friends back home and what they've had to put up with these last 10yrs, it was bad enough watching it unfold from 6000 miles away, I can't begin to imagine what it was like for you guys in the thick of it, I thought of all the young supporters who would probably be to young to remember fully what it was like to see us win something, and then to see the Gaffer and the players celebrate in the dressing room was just yeeeeesssss.
    I'd also like to take a moment to thank Dave King and all the other members of the board for sticking with it and putting their hands in their pockets and for getting our club back into relatively calm waters, only you will know how close it came to disaster 
    I'm not going to get into the laughter that lot gave us this season, fuck them it's not about them, it's all about The Rangers.
  12. Grundy liked a post in a topic by slimjim1690 in Looking Back   
    I've seen a few of these type of threads pop up recently but I've never commented in them simply because I don't think it's possible for me to adequately put into words that are capable of expressing the overwhelming joy that this season has meant to me.
    Being 66yrs old I've seen everything following this great institution, all the highs and all of the lows but I can honestly say that winning the league this season has been the pinnacle for me, there has never been anything in our clubs illustrious history to compare with the journey we have overcome in the last decade, there are simply no words that can justify explaining the pride I feel at this momentous point in our history and make no mistake this is a momentous achievement.
    At the start of the season I did think that we could mount a serious challenge but if I'm being honest I had a feeling that we might just not have enough, but as November progressed into December I couldn't believe what I was witnessing and I thought to myself if we can get through January unscathed I'm going to allow myself to believe, but when February arrived I was still a bag of nerves, [we'd seen it all before]
    When the day finally arrived against St Mirren watching the scenes outside Ibrox that's when it hit me, watching our support genuinely brought tears to my eyes I was a blubbering mess, lots of thoughts were racing through my mind, thinking of my brother and brother-in-law and all my friends back home and what they've had to put up with these last 10yrs, it was bad enough watching it unfold from 6000 miles away, I can't begin to imagine what it was like for you guys in the thick of it, I thought of all the young supporters who would probably be to young to remember fully what it was like to see us win something, and then to see the Gaffer and the players celebrate in the dressing room was just yeeeeesssss.
    I'd also like to take a moment to thank Dave King and all the other members of the board for sticking with it and putting their hands in their pockets and for getting our club back into relatively calm waters, only you will know how close it came to disaster 
    I'm not going to get into the laughter that lot gave us this season, fuck them it's not about them, it's all about The Rangers.
  13. theredhandofNewcastle liked a post in a topic by slimjim1690 in Looking Back   
    I've seen a few of these type of threads pop up recently but I've never commented in them simply because I don't think it's possible for me to adequately put into words that are capable of expressing the overwhelming joy that this season has meant to me.
    Being 66yrs old I've seen everything following this great institution, all the highs and all of the lows but I can honestly say that winning the league this season has been the pinnacle for me, there has never been anything in our clubs illustrious history to compare with the journey we have overcome in the last decade, there are simply no words that can justify explaining the pride I feel at this momentous point in our history and make no mistake this is a momentous achievement.
    At the start of the season I did think that we could mount a serious challenge but if I'm being honest I had a feeling that we might just not have enough, but as November progressed into December I couldn't believe what I was witnessing and I thought to myself if we can get through January unscathed I'm going to allow myself to believe, but when February arrived I was still a bag of nerves, [we'd seen it all before]
    When the day finally arrived against St Mirren watching the scenes outside Ibrox that's when it hit me, watching our support genuinely brought tears to my eyes I was a blubbering mess, lots of thoughts were racing through my mind, thinking of my brother and brother-in-law and all my friends back home and what they've had to put up with these last 10yrs, it was bad enough watching it unfold from 6000 miles away, I can't begin to imagine what it was like for you guys in the thick of it, I thought of all the young supporters who would probably be to young to remember fully what it was like to see us win something, and then to see the Gaffer and the players celebrate in the dressing room was just yeeeeesssss.
    I'd also like to take a moment to thank Dave King and all the other members of the board for sticking with it and putting their hands in their pockets and for getting our club back into relatively calm waters, only you will know how close it came to disaster 
    I'm not going to get into the laughter that lot gave us this season, fuck them it's not about them, it's all about The Rangers.
  14. Soldier blue liked a post in a topic by slimjim1690 in Looking Back   
    I've seen a few of these type of threads pop up recently but I've never commented in them simply because I don't think it's possible for me to adequately put into words that are capable of expressing the overwhelming joy that this season has meant to me.
    Being 66yrs old I've seen everything following this great institution, all the highs and all of the lows but I can honestly say that winning the league this season has been the pinnacle for me, there has never been anything in our clubs illustrious history to compare with the journey we have overcome in the last decade, there are simply no words that can justify explaining the pride I feel at this momentous point in our history and make no mistake this is a momentous achievement.
    At the start of the season I did think that we could mount a serious challenge but if I'm being honest I had a feeling that we might just not have enough, but as November progressed into December I couldn't believe what I was witnessing and I thought to myself if we can get through January unscathed I'm going to allow myself to believe, but when February arrived I was still a bag of nerves, [we'd seen it all before]
    When the day finally arrived against St Mirren watching the scenes outside Ibrox that's when it hit me, watching our support genuinely brought tears to my eyes I was a blubbering mess, lots of thoughts were racing through my mind, thinking of my brother and brother-in-law and all my friends back home and what they've had to put up with these last 10yrs, it was bad enough watching it unfold from 6000 miles away, I can't begin to imagine what it was like for you guys in the thick of it, I thought of all the young supporters who would probably be to young to remember fully what it was like to see us win something, and then to see the Gaffer and the players celebrate in the dressing room was just yeeeeesssss.
    I'd also like to take a moment to thank Dave King and all the other members of the board for sticking with it and putting their hands in their pockets and for getting our club back into relatively calm waters, only you will know how close it came to disaster 
    I'm not going to get into the laughter that lot gave us this season, fuck them it's not about them, it's all about The Rangers.
  15. MonTheGers liked a post in a topic by slimjim1690 in Looking Back   
    I've seen a few of these type of threads pop up recently but I've never commented in them simply because I don't think it's possible for me to adequately put into words that are capable of expressing the overwhelming joy that this season has meant to me.
    Being 66yrs old I've seen everything following this great institution, all the highs and all of the lows but I can honestly say that winning the league this season has been the pinnacle for me, there has never been anything in our clubs illustrious history to compare with the journey we have overcome in the last decade, there are simply no words that can justify explaining the pride I feel at this momentous point in our history and make no mistake this is a momentous achievement.
    At the start of the season I did think that we could mount a serious challenge but if I'm being honest I had a feeling that we might just not have enough, but as November progressed into December I couldn't believe what I was witnessing and I thought to myself if we can get through January unscathed I'm going to allow myself to believe, but when February arrived I was still a bag of nerves, [we'd seen it all before]
    When the day finally arrived against St Mirren watching the scenes outside Ibrox that's when it hit me, watching our support genuinely brought tears to my eyes I was a blubbering mess, lots of thoughts were racing through my mind, thinking of my brother and brother-in-law and all my friends back home and what they've had to put up with these last 10yrs, it was bad enough watching it unfold from 6000 miles away, I can't begin to imagine what it was like for you guys in the thick of it, I thought of all the young supporters who would probably be to young to remember fully what it was like to see us win something, and then to see the Gaffer and the players celebrate in the dressing room was just yeeeeesssss.
    I'd also like to take a moment to thank Dave King and all the other members of the board for sticking with it and putting their hands in their pockets and for getting our club back into relatively calm waters, only you will know how close it came to disaster 
    I'm not going to get into the laughter that lot gave us this season, fuck them it's not about them, it's all about The Rangers.
  16. naepace liked a post in a topic by slimjim1690 in Looking Back   
    I've seen a few of these type of threads pop up recently but I've never commented in them simply because I don't think it's possible for me to adequately put into words that are capable of expressing the overwhelming joy that this season has meant to me.
    Being 66yrs old I've seen everything following this great institution, all the highs and all of the lows but I can honestly say that winning the league this season has been the pinnacle for me, there has never been anything in our clubs illustrious history to compare with the journey we have overcome in the last decade, there are simply no words that can justify explaining the pride I feel at this momentous point in our history and make no mistake this is a momentous achievement.
    At the start of the season I did think that we could mount a serious challenge but if I'm being honest I had a feeling that we might just not have enough, but as November progressed into December I couldn't believe what I was witnessing and I thought to myself if we can get through January unscathed I'm going to allow myself to believe, but when February arrived I was still a bag of nerves, [we'd seen it all before]
    When the day finally arrived against St Mirren watching the scenes outside Ibrox that's when it hit me, watching our support genuinely brought tears to my eyes I was a blubbering mess, lots of thoughts were racing through my mind, thinking of my brother and brother-in-law and all my friends back home and what they've had to put up with these last 10yrs, it was bad enough watching it unfold from 6000 miles away, I can't begin to imagine what it was like for you guys in the thick of it, I thought of all the young supporters who would probably be to young to remember fully what it was like to see us win something, and then to see the Gaffer and the players celebrate in the dressing room was just yeeeeesssss.
    I'd also like to take a moment to thank Dave King and all the other members of the board for sticking with it and putting their hands in their pockets and for getting our club back into relatively calm waters, only you will know how close it came to disaster 
    I'm not going to get into the laughter that lot gave us this season, fuck them it's not about them, it's all about The Rangers.
  17. BridgeIsBlue liked a post in a topic by slimjim1690 in Looking Back   
    I've seen a few of these type of threads pop up recently but I've never commented in them simply because I don't think it's possible for me to adequately put into words that are capable of expressing the overwhelming joy that this season has meant to me.
    Being 66yrs old I've seen everything following this great institution, all the highs and all of the lows but I can honestly say that winning the league this season has been the pinnacle for me, there has never been anything in our clubs illustrious history to compare with the journey we have overcome in the last decade, there are simply no words that can justify explaining the pride I feel at this momentous point in our history and make no mistake this is a momentous achievement.
    At the start of the season I did think that we could mount a serious challenge but if I'm being honest I had a feeling that we might just not have enough, but as November progressed into December I couldn't believe what I was witnessing and I thought to myself if we can get through January unscathed I'm going to allow myself to believe, but when February arrived I was still a bag of nerves, [we'd seen it all before]
    When the day finally arrived against St Mirren watching the scenes outside Ibrox that's when it hit me, watching our support genuinely brought tears to my eyes I was a blubbering mess, lots of thoughts were racing through my mind, thinking of my brother and brother-in-law and all my friends back home and what they've had to put up with these last 10yrs, it was bad enough watching it unfold from 6000 miles away, I can't begin to imagine what it was like for you guys in the thick of it, I thought of all the young supporters who would probably be to young to remember fully what it was like to see us win something, and then to see the Gaffer and the players celebrate in the dressing room was just yeeeeesssss.
    I'd also like to take a moment to thank Dave King and all the other members of the board for sticking with it and putting their hands in their pockets and for getting our club back into relatively calm waters, only you will know how close it came to disaster 
    I'm not going to get into the laughter that lot gave us this season, fuck them it's not about them, it's all about The Rangers.
  18. Real Ranger liked a post in a topic by slimjim1690 in Looking Back   
    I've seen a few of these type of threads pop up recently but I've never commented in them simply because I don't think it's possible for me to adequately put into words that are capable of expressing the overwhelming joy that this season has meant to me.
    Being 66yrs old I've seen everything following this great institution, all the highs and all of the lows but I can honestly say that winning the league this season has been the pinnacle for me, there has never been anything in our clubs illustrious history to compare with the journey we have overcome in the last decade, there are simply no words that can justify explaining the pride I feel at this momentous point in our history and make no mistake this is a momentous achievement.
    At the start of the season I did think that we could mount a serious challenge but if I'm being honest I had a feeling that we might just not have enough, but as November progressed into December I couldn't believe what I was witnessing and I thought to myself if we can get through January unscathed I'm going to allow myself to believe, but when February arrived I was still a bag of nerves, [we'd seen it all before]
    When the day finally arrived against St Mirren watching the scenes outside Ibrox that's when it hit me, watching our support genuinely brought tears to my eyes I was a blubbering mess, lots of thoughts were racing through my mind, thinking of my brother and brother-in-law and all my friends back home and what they've had to put up with these last 10yrs, it was bad enough watching it unfold from 6000 miles away, I can't begin to imagine what it was like for you guys in the thick of it, I thought of all the young supporters who would probably be to young to remember fully what it was like to see us win something, and then to see the Gaffer and the players celebrate in the dressing room was just yeeeeesssss.
    I'd also like to take a moment to thank Dave King and all the other members of the board for sticking with it and putting their hands in their pockets and for getting our club back into relatively calm waters, only you will know how close it came to disaster 
    I'm not going to get into the laughter that lot gave us this season, fuck them it's not about them, it's all about The Rangers.
  19. G13 liked a post in a topic by slimjim1690 in Looking Back   
    I've seen a few of these type of threads pop up recently but I've never commented in them simply because I don't think it's possible for me to adequately put into words that are capable of expressing the overwhelming joy that this season has meant to me.
    Being 66yrs old I've seen everything following this great institution, all the highs and all of the lows but I can honestly say that winning the league this season has been the pinnacle for me, there has never been anything in our clubs illustrious history to compare with the journey we have overcome in the last decade, there are simply no words that can justify explaining the pride I feel at this momentous point in our history and make no mistake this is a momentous achievement.
    At the start of the season I did think that we could mount a serious challenge but if I'm being honest I had a feeling that we might just not have enough, but as November progressed into December I couldn't believe what I was witnessing and I thought to myself if we can get through January unscathed I'm going to allow myself to believe, but when February arrived I was still a bag of nerves, [we'd seen it all before]
    When the day finally arrived against St Mirren watching the scenes outside Ibrox that's when it hit me, watching our support genuinely brought tears to my eyes I was a blubbering mess, lots of thoughts were racing through my mind, thinking of my brother and brother-in-law and all my friends back home and what they've had to put up with these last 10yrs, it was bad enough watching it unfold from 6000 miles away, I can't begin to imagine what it was like for you guys in the thick of it, I thought of all the young supporters who would probably be to young to remember fully what it was like to see us win something, and then to see the Gaffer and the players celebrate in the dressing room was just yeeeeesssss.
    I'd also like to take a moment to thank Dave King and all the other members of the board for sticking with it and putting their hands in their pockets and for getting our club back into relatively calm waters, only you will know how close it came to disaster 
    I'm not going to get into the laughter that lot gave us this season, fuck them it's not about them, it's all about The Rangers.
  20. weetam liked a post in a topic by slimjim1690 in Looking Back   
    I've seen a few of these type of threads pop up recently but I've never commented in them simply because I don't think it's possible for me to adequately put into words that are capable of expressing the overwhelming joy that this season has meant to me.
    Being 66yrs old I've seen everything following this great institution, all the highs and all of the lows but I can honestly say that winning the league this season has been the pinnacle for me, there has never been anything in our clubs illustrious history to compare with the journey we have overcome in the last decade, there are simply no words that can justify explaining the pride I feel at this momentous point in our history and make no mistake this is a momentous achievement.
    At the start of the season I did think that we could mount a serious challenge but if I'm being honest I had a feeling that we might just not have enough, but as November progressed into December I couldn't believe what I was witnessing and I thought to myself if we can get through January unscathed I'm going to allow myself to believe, but when February arrived I was still a bag of nerves, [we'd seen it all before]
    When the day finally arrived against St Mirren watching the scenes outside Ibrox that's when it hit me, watching our support genuinely brought tears to my eyes I was a blubbering mess, lots of thoughts were racing through my mind, thinking of my brother and brother-in-law and all my friends back home and what they've had to put up with these last 10yrs, it was bad enough watching it unfold from 6000 miles away, I can't begin to imagine what it was like for you guys in the thick of it, I thought of all the young supporters who would probably be to young to remember fully what it was like to see us win something, and then to see the Gaffer and the players celebrate in the dressing room was just yeeeeesssss.
    I'd also like to take a moment to thank Dave King and all the other members of the board for sticking with it and putting their hands in their pockets and for getting our club back into relatively calm waters, only you will know how close it came to disaster 
    I'm not going to get into the laughter that lot gave us this season, fuck them it's not about them, it's all about The Rangers.
  21. CumbernauldBear liked a post in a topic by slimjim1690 in Looking Back   
    I've seen a few of these type of threads pop up recently but I've never commented in them simply because I don't think it's possible for me to adequately put into words that are capable of expressing the overwhelming joy that this season has meant to me.
    Being 66yrs old I've seen everything following this great institution, all the highs and all of the lows but I can honestly say that winning the league this season has been the pinnacle for me, there has never been anything in our clubs illustrious history to compare with the journey we have overcome in the last decade, there are simply no words that can justify explaining the pride I feel at this momentous point in our history and make no mistake this is a momentous achievement.
    At the start of the season I did think that we could mount a serious challenge but if I'm being honest I had a feeling that we might just not have enough, but as November progressed into December I couldn't believe what I was witnessing and I thought to myself if we can get through January unscathed I'm going to allow myself to believe, but when February arrived I was still a bag of nerves, [we'd seen it all before]
    When the day finally arrived against St Mirren watching the scenes outside Ibrox that's when it hit me, watching our support genuinely brought tears to my eyes I was a blubbering mess, lots of thoughts were racing through my mind, thinking of my brother and brother-in-law and all my friends back home and what they've had to put up with these last 10yrs, it was bad enough watching it unfold from 6000 miles away, I can't begin to imagine what it was like for you guys in the thick of it, I thought of all the young supporters who would probably be to young to remember fully what it was like to see us win something, and then to see the Gaffer and the players celebrate in the dressing room was just yeeeeesssss.
    I'd also like to take a moment to thank Dave King and all the other members of the board for sticking with it and putting their hands in their pockets and for getting our club back into relatively calm waters, only you will know how close it came to disaster 
    I'm not going to get into the laughter that lot gave us this season, fuck them it's not about them, it's all about The Rangers.
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