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  1. I wonder if Club 1872 has developed a strategy for dealing with Rangers-related BBC biased etc reporting (or any media bias etc reporting for that matter). Do they just wait until an incident happens then try to deal with each incident on the facts / opinions of its own case? What we seem to me to get is reporting bias etc incident after incident with each taken on its own and when the dust settles everybody waits for the next (inevitable) incident and off we go again. If they are not already doing so maybe Club 1872 - or even better Rangers media team - could perhaps be collating
  2. Play well against Germany or a German side and next thing is we'll see them transferred to some German team for a song because they can't get a game or enough games in Rangers' first team. Such is football life on the pathway to recovery in the form of the essential matter of winning trophies again...…….it seems to be harder to take risks by introducing developing players. Maybe under a new Sporting Director there might be more influence and pressure to get these young talented players introduced to first team squads and games.
  3. October is such a nice time of the year for a trip to the USA.
  4. Not a trick he can dare repeat at Rangers. He'll be shopping in budget markets he's not used to shopping in and with money where every penny spent needs to be spent as wisely as possible. Sure every club ends up with signings that just don't work out and end up being judged as duds. IMO there is a lot less room for that sort of misjudgement at still cash-strapped Rangers than at Southampton with the flow of funds they get from EPL status. Has he really got the experience and skillset and contacts to get bargain basement players who turn out to be developed into Rangers-class (in th
  5. I wonder which other candidates for Sporting Director the Club considered. Any, none, or was Wilson to be shoe-horned in without a proper testing of the market, the Club having been spooked by Allen's sudden departure? From the article on the Rangers website it seems to me to be a head-hunting job where there was only one candidate. Is that really best practice for a role of this nature...….I'm not convinced. So - to track record - Southampton, Watford, Huddersfield Town and Falkirk. Preceded by learning stuff at university. A stellar enough track record of actually deliverin
  6. Seemingly Scotland have never lost five successive matches in their history. I don't think San Marino has ever won one. Maybe a day when football history is made...…….more likely it won't be, but football is a funny old game as the saying goes.
  7. Might be wrong here but I don't think San Marino has ever won a competitive international game. The last time they scored a goal seems to be back in Sept 2017. The last time they took a point from a game looks to be way back in 2014. Today would be an amazing day for their football fortunes to take a turn for the better. A win would be nothing short of sensational. A draw nearly as sensational. They'll not get a much better opportunity to put their name on the international football headlines than playing Scotland under Clarke and in front of what looks like it will be
  8. So the entire throw of the Clarke dice is going to be the semi-final play off game next March with Scotland playing at home first? But who will Scotland be playing......Bulgaria and Israel were in line? Even if they win that there would still be the final with (at least recently) the finalists being projected to be Norway or Serbia. It'd have to be some revival for Scotland to overcome any of those teams in the semi final and final to progress and qualify. The press will largely lay off Clarke until the outcome of those games. Which is one hell of continuing get out
  9. Two 4-0 defeats in a row. Good job the next game is against San Marino on Sunday. A game they should win. Maybe. Perhaps. Or maybe not.
  10. Being gubbed being gubbed being gubbed, being gubbed being gubbed being guubbbed. Again. Maybe Russia and Belgium have a wee side deal going on to see if one can outscore the other against the 2 worst teams in the group.
  11. "Scotland are packing men behind the ball in their own half …………" Didn't take long for Kilmarnock tactics to be deployed.
  12. Seemingly if Scotland fail to overhaul Cyprus and Kazakhstan it's likely to make the next World Cup qualifying draw harder. What a state the SFA have allowed the Scottish game to get into when the best that can be hoped for is to somehow overhaul Cyprus and Kazakhstan to secure a less difficult world cup draw. Hahahahahahaha My guess is the odds are that they will not overhaul them.
  13. If the Russian team find themselves to be really in the mood tonight then Clarke's team could get a right severe doing. Playing an experimental side bereft of any meaningful quality and experience of international football against a very good team and away from home looks to me to be a decent enough indicator that Clarke's team could be demolished. Apparently Scotland has not lost 4 games iar since 2004 when Vogts was manager. Looks likely that stellar record could be matched. Target practice for the Russian team. Its a question of how many they score.
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