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Blue-Nosed-Biker

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  1. Davie Provan is right, the SPHell does need Rangers, but we don't need the SPHell. They mortally wounded us, then sent us to the 3rd Division to die. But they were far too cocky, celebrating our death before it had come. They underestimated our resilience, our will to live, our new leader, and of course, our battle cry.....The Cry Is No Surrender. Every other Saturday we stand nearly 50,000 strong, cheering on our team as they take us back towards the top. But we do it our way, with dignity, with pride, and with our heads held high, and without any 'fast-tracking'. This year we'll win t
  2. Still plenty of tickets available (as of 12 noon on Friday). Come on fellow Bears, it's another televised match so lets fill the stadium and show the world what our club means to us. 54 and counting Get your tickets here: http://www.rangers.t...ampaign=&type=H
  3. Great news! Get well soon Sandy. Rangers Legend
  4. You could try here: http://live.rangerstv.tv/help
  5. I'm originally from Ralston, so if you're a true blue we probably went to the same school
  6. Yep, you're right, but my focus was on his take on how we were treated: " Last summer the bloodthirsty desire to punish Rangers resulted in the death of Scottish football as sustainable worthy entertainment. The Rangers-haters got what they wanted, and ended up with a joke league. Good work. "
  7. Sorted! Many thanks to cushynumber, johanhentze, and olegkuznetsov!
  8. Sorry, thought is was worth posting, had a quick look through recent posts and didn't see it, so went ahead. Note to self: Be more thorough in your research
  9. Good to see someone south of the border taking the same view us: The Scottish Premier League is ridiculous. Celtic are 21 points clear and they could win the title in a fortnight. The second best team in Scotland are currently 22 points clear in the Third Division. Last summer the bloodthirsty desire to punish Rangers resulted in the death of Scottish football as sustainable worthy entertainment. The Rangers-haters got what they wanted, and ended up with a joke league. Good work. There’s a cryptic message for devolution lovers in there somewhere. Below Celtic, four points separate eight tea
  10. I left the BB when I was 11 or 12 (40+ years ago) because I was sick of singing hymns, sick of religion, and sick of people trying to tell anyone who would listen that their version of religion was better than everyone else's. I sure as hell don't want to start singing hymns at Ibrox now.
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