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  1. bluedart1952 liked a post in a topic by backup in The Rangers placed above celtic in global rankings ✔   
    the mhanky jaikie wean botherers are not taking it well, which makes it all the more pleasing !
  2. Orange Persson liked a post in a topic by backup in For aficionados of half back lines and unequalled glory, The Rangers Iron Curtain.   
    Treble season 1948/49, the year of the Iron Curtain
    Our first treble, back in season 1948/49, is probably the least celebrated of the record 7 trebles we have won.

    A last-day dramatic title win at Albion Rovers in the league, on a day the prolific Willie Thornton scored a hat-trick, saw the title regained from the great Hibs team of the time.

    The League Cup was only in its third season, and Rangers won it for the second time, beating Raith Rovers 2-0 in the final.

    The Scottish Cup was retained in front of 120,162 at Hampden as Clyde were beaten 4-1.

    Rangers played a total of 44 games that season, and although the magnificent Thornton played a huge part in the clean sweep by scoring 34 goals, the triumph was built on the most famous defence in the history of the club, and of Scottish football.

    In the days of the 3-2-5 formations Rangers line-up for virtually the whole season saw Bobby Brown in goal, full backs George Young and Jock Shaw either side of centre half Willie Woodburn, behind Ian McColl and Sammy Cox at half back.

    This was the great Iron Curtain.

    In that season of 44 games, Bobby Brown played in all 44. George Young in 42. Jock Shaw captained the side and appeared 41 times. Willie Woodburn played in 42 games. Ian McColl in 41 matches. And Sammy Cox made 43 appearances.

    The rocks on which Mr Struth built his latest great Rangers team were virtually ever-present, and such was their combination of ability, determination, dedication and organisation, they are remembered to this day. All 6 players gave Rangers at least a decade of service, and in total they played an almost unbelievable 3169 times for the club.

    All 6 players are in the Hall of Fame, and they all deserve a place at the top table in among that company.

    Their names, and the Iron Curtain nickname, will live on forever as part of the great history of The Rangers Football Club.

    Amongst the countless medals and trophies they collected, they were the biggest reason why the first treble in the history of Scottish football was won.

    I doubt there will ever be a defensive unit to rival them in terms of longevity, consistency and success. Anywhere.
     
    Those that didn't know what a half back was ....certainly do now !
  3. dougie76 liked a post in a topic by backup in For aficionados of half back lines and unequalled glory, The Rangers Iron Curtain.   
    Treble season 1948/49, the year of the Iron Curtain
    Our first treble, back in season 1948/49, is probably the least celebrated of the record 7 trebles we have won.

    A last-day dramatic title win at Albion Rovers in the league, on a day the prolific Willie Thornton scored a hat-trick, saw the title regained from the great Hibs team of the time.

    The League Cup was only in its third season, and Rangers won it for the second time, beating Raith Rovers 2-0 in the final.

    The Scottish Cup was retained in front of 120,162 at Hampden as Clyde were beaten 4-1.

    Rangers played a total of 44 games that season, and although the magnificent Thornton played a huge part in the clean sweep by scoring 34 goals, the triumph was built on the most famous defence in the history of the club, and of Scottish football.

    In the days of the 3-2-5 formations Rangers line-up for virtually the whole season saw Bobby Brown in goal, full backs George Young and Jock Shaw either side of centre half Willie Woodburn, behind Ian McColl and Sammy Cox at half back.

    This was the great Iron Curtain.

    In that season of 44 games, Bobby Brown played in all 44. George Young in 42. Jock Shaw captained the side and appeared 41 times. Willie Woodburn played in 42 games. Ian McColl in 41 matches. And Sammy Cox made 43 appearances.

    The rocks on which Mr Struth built his latest great Rangers team were virtually ever-present, and such was their combination of ability, determination, dedication and organisation, they are remembered to this day. All 6 players gave Rangers at least a decade of service, and in total they played an almost unbelievable 3169 times for the club.

    All 6 players are in the Hall of Fame, and they all deserve a place at the top table in among that company.

    Their names, and the Iron Curtain nickname, will live on forever as part of the great history of The Rangers Football Club.

    Amongst the countless medals and trophies they collected, they were the biggest reason why the first treble in the history of Scottish football was won.

    I doubt there will ever be a defensive unit to rival them in terms of longevity, consistency and success. Anywhere.
     
    Those that didn't know what a half back was ....certainly do now !
  4. bo'nessbear liked a post in a topic by backup in For aficionados of half back lines and unequalled glory, The Rangers Iron Curtain.   
    Treble season 1948/49, the year of the Iron Curtain
    Our first treble, back in season 1948/49, is probably the least celebrated of the record 7 trebles we have won.

    A last-day dramatic title win at Albion Rovers in the league, on a day the prolific Willie Thornton scored a hat-trick, saw the title regained from the great Hibs team of the time.

    The League Cup was only in its third season, and Rangers won it for the second time, beating Raith Rovers 2-0 in the final.

    The Scottish Cup was retained in front of 120,162 at Hampden as Clyde were beaten 4-1.

    Rangers played a total of 44 games that season, and although the magnificent Thornton played a huge part in the clean sweep by scoring 34 goals, the triumph was built on the most famous defence in the history of the club, and of Scottish football.

    In the days of the 3-2-5 formations Rangers line-up for virtually the whole season saw Bobby Brown in goal, full backs George Young and Jock Shaw either side of centre half Willie Woodburn, behind Ian McColl and Sammy Cox at half back.

    This was the great Iron Curtain.

    In that season of 44 games, Bobby Brown played in all 44. George Young in 42. Jock Shaw captained the side and appeared 41 times. Willie Woodburn played in 42 games. Ian McColl in 41 matches. And Sammy Cox made 43 appearances.

    The rocks on which Mr Struth built his latest great Rangers team were virtually ever-present, and such was their combination of ability, determination, dedication and organisation, they are remembered to this day. All 6 players gave Rangers at least a decade of service, and in total they played an almost unbelievable 3169 times for the club.

    All 6 players are in the Hall of Fame, and they all deserve a place at the top table in among that company.

    Their names, and the Iron Curtain nickname, will live on forever as part of the great history of The Rangers Football Club.

    Amongst the countless medals and trophies they collected, they were the biggest reason why the first treble in the history of Scottish football was won.

    I doubt there will ever be a defensive unit to rival them in terms of longevity, consistency and success. Anywhere.
     
    Those that didn't know what a half back was ....certainly do now !
  5. BookWorm liked a post in a topic by backup in For aficionados of half back lines and unequalled glory, The Rangers Iron Curtain.   
    ok apologies worm, you can stop wriggling now 😏
  6. cr3_bear liked a post in a topic by backup in For aficionados of half back lines and unequalled glory, The Rangers Iron Curtain.   
    Treble season 1948/49, the year of the Iron Curtain
    Our first treble, back in season 1948/49, is probably the least celebrated of the record 7 trebles we have won.

    A last-day dramatic title win at Albion Rovers in the league, on a day the prolific Willie Thornton scored a hat-trick, saw the title regained from the great Hibs team of the time.

    The League Cup was only in its third season, and Rangers won it for the second time, beating Raith Rovers 2-0 in the final.

    The Scottish Cup was retained in front of 120,162 at Hampden as Clyde were beaten 4-1.

    Rangers played a total of 44 games that season, and although the magnificent Thornton played a huge part in the clean sweep by scoring 34 goals, the triumph was built on the most famous defence in the history of the club, and of Scottish football.

    In the days of the 3-2-5 formations Rangers line-up for virtually the whole season saw Bobby Brown in goal, full backs George Young and Jock Shaw either side of centre half Willie Woodburn, behind Ian McColl and Sammy Cox at half back.

    This was the great Iron Curtain.

    In that season of 44 games, Bobby Brown played in all 44. George Young in 42. Jock Shaw captained the side and appeared 41 times. Willie Woodburn played in 42 games. Ian McColl in 41 matches. And Sammy Cox made 43 appearances.

    The rocks on which Mr Struth built his latest great Rangers team were virtually ever-present, and such was their combination of ability, determination, dedication and organisation, they are remembered to this day. All 6 players gave Rangers at least a decade of service, and in total they played an almost unbelievable 3169 times for the club.

    All 6 players are in the Hall of Fame, and they all deserve a place at the top table in among that company.

    Their names, and the Iron Curtain nickname, will live on forever as part of the great history of The Rangers Football Club.

    Amongst the countless medals and trophies they collected, they were the biggest reason why the first treble in the history of Scottish football was won.

    I doubt there will ever be a defensive unit to rival them in terms of longevity, consistency and success. Anywhere.
     
    Those that didn't know what a half back was ....certainly do now !
  7. gmcf liked a post in a topic by backup in For aficionados of half back lines and unequalled glory, The Rangers Iron Curtain.   
    Treble season 1948/49, the year of the Iron Curtain
    Our first treble, back in season 1948/49, is probably the least celebrated of the record 7 trebles we have won.

    A last-day dramatic title win at Albion Rovers in the league, on a day the prolific Willie Thornton scored a hat-trick, saw the title regained from the great Hibs team of the time.

    The League Cup was only in its third season, and Rangers won it for the second time, beating Raith Rovers 2-0 in the final.

    The Scottish Cup was retained in front of 120,162 at Hampden as Clyde were beaten 4-1.

    Rangers played a total of 44 games that season, and although the magnificent Thornton played a huge part in the clean sweep by scoring 34 goals, the triumph was built on the most famous defence in the history of the club, and of Scottish football.

    In the days of the 3-2-5 formations Rangers line-up for virtually the whole season saw Bobby Brown in goal, full backs George Young and Jock Shaw either side of centre half Willie Woodburn, behind Ian McColl and Sammy Cox at half back.

    This was the great Iron Curtain.

    In that season of 44 games, Bobby Brown played in all 44. George Young in 42. Jock Shaw captained the side and appeared 41 times. Willie Woodburn played in 42 games. Ian McColl in 41 matches. And Sammy Cox made 43 appearances.

    The rocks on which Mr Struth built his latest great Rangers team were virtually ever-present, and such was their combination of ability, determination, dedication and organisation, they are remembered to this day. All 6 players gave Rangers at least a decade of service, and in total they played an almost unbelievable 3169 times for the club.

    All 6 players are in the Hall of Fame, and they all deserve a place at the top table in among that company.

    Their names, and the Iron Curtain nickname, will live on forever as part of the great history of The Rangers Football Club.

    Amongst the countless medals and trophies they collected, they were the biggest reason why the first treble in the history of Scottish football was won.

    I doubt there will ever be a defensive unit to rival them in terms of longevity, consistency and success. Anywhere.
     
    Those that didn't know what a half back was ....certainly do now !
  8. 32Blue liked a post in a topic by backup in For aficionados of half back lines and unequalled glory, The Rangers Iron Curtain.   
    Treble season 1948/49, the year of the Iron Curtain
    Our first treble, back in season 1948/49, is probably the least celebrated of the record 7 trebles we have won.

    A last-day dramatic title win at Albion Rovers in the league, on a day the prolific Willie Thornton scored a hat-trick, saw the title regained from the great Hibs team of the time.

    The League Cup was only in its third season, and Rangers won it for the second time, beating Raith Rovers 2-0 in the final.

    The Scottish Cup was retained in front of 120,162 at Hampden as Clyde were beaten 4-1.

    Rangers played a total of 44 games that season, and although the magnificent Thornton played a huge part in the clean sweep by scoring 34 goals, the triumph was built on the most famous defence in the history of the club, and of Scottish football.

    In the days of the 3-2-5 formations Rangers line-up for virtually the whole season saw Bobby Brown in goal, full backs George Young and Jock Shaw either side of centre half Willie Woodburn, behind Ian McColl and Sammy Cox at half back.

    This was the great Iron Curtain.

    In that season of 44 games, Bobby Brown played in all 44. George Young in 42. Jock Shaw captained the side and appeared 41 times. Willie Woodburn played in 42 games. Ian McColl in 41 matches. And Sammy Cox made 43 appearances.

    The rocks on which Mr Struth built his latest great Rangers team were virtually ever-present, and such was their combination of ability, determination, dedication and organisation, they are remembered to this day. All 6 players gave Rangers at least a decade of service, and in total they played an almost unbelievable 3169 times for the club.

    All 6 players are in the Hall of Fame, and they all deserve a place at the top table in among that company.

    Their names, and the Iron Curtain nickname, will live on forever as part of the great history of The Rangers Football Club.

    Amongst the countless medals and trophies they collected, they were the biggest reason why the first treble in the history of Scottish football was won.

    I doubt there will ever be a defensive unit to rival them in terms of longevity, consistency and success. Anywhere.
     
    Those that didn't know what a half back was ....certainly do now !
  9. backup liked a post in a topic by Courtyard Bear in For aficionados of half back lines and unequalled glory, The Rangers Iron Curtain.   
    Defenders that defend, what is this ye olde witchcraft. 
  10. HuistraHairDo liked a post in a topic by backup in For aficionados of half back lines and unequalled glory, The Rangers Iron Curtain.   
    Treble season 1948/49, the year of the Iron Curtain
    Our first treble, back in season 1948/49, is probably the least celebrated of the record 7 trebles we have won.

    A last-day dramatic title win at Albion Rovers in the league, on a day the prolific Willie Thornton scored a hat-trick, saw the title regained from the great Hibs team of the time.

    The League Cup was only in its third season, and Rangers won it for the second time, beating Raith Rovers 2-0 in the final.

    The Scottish Cup was retained in front of 120,162 at Hampden as Clyde were beaten 4-1.

    Rangers played a total of 44 games that season, and although the magnificent Thornton played a huge part in the clean sweep by scoring 34 goals, the triumph was built on the most famous defence in the history of the club, and of Scottish football.

    In the days of the 3-2-5 formations Rangers line-up for virtually the whole season saw Bobby Brown in goal, full backs George Young and Jock Shaw either side of centre half Willie Woodburn, behind Ian McColl and Sammy Cox at half back.

    This was the great Iron Curtain.

    In that season of 44 games, Bobby Brown played in all 44. George Young in 42. Jock Shaw captained the side and appeared 41 times. Willie Woodburn played in 42 games. Ian McColl in 41 matches. And Sammy Cox made 43 appearances.

    The rocks on which Mr Struth built his latest great Rangers team were virtually ever-present, and such was their combination of ability, determination, dedication and organisation, they are remembered to this day. All 6 players gave Rangers at least a decade of service, and in total they played an almost unbelievable 3169 times for the club.

    All 6 players are in the Hall of Fame, and they all deserve a place at the top table in among that company.

    Their names, and the Iron Curtain nickname, will live on forever as part of the great history of The Rangers Football Club.

    Amongst the countless medals and trophies they collected, they were the biggest reason why the first treble in the history of Scottish football was won.

    I doubt there will ever be a defensive unit to rival them in terms of longevity, consistency and success. Anywhere.
     
    Those that didn't know what a half back was ....certainly do now !
  11. Blumhoilann liked a post in a topic by backup in For aficionados of half back lines and unequalled glory, The Rangers Iron Curtain.   
    Treble season 1948/49, the year of the Iron Curtain
    Our first treble, back in season 1948/49, is probably the least celebrated of the record 7 trebles we have won.

    A last-day dramatic title win at Albion Rovers in the league, on a day the prolific Willie Thornton scored a hat-trick, saw the title regained from the great Hibs team of the time.

    The League Cup was only in its third season, and Rangers won it for the second time, beating Raith Rovers 2-0 in the final.

    The Scottish Cup was retained in front of 120,162 at Hampden as Clyde were beaten 4-1.

    Rangers played a total of 44 games that season, and although the magnificent Thornton played a huge part in the clean sweep by scoring 34 goals, the triumph was built on the most famous defence in the history of the club, and of Scottish football.

    In the days of the 3-2-5 formations Rangers line-up for virtually the whole season saw Bobby Brown in goal, full backs George Young and Jock Shaw either side of centre half Willie Woodburn, behind Ian McColl and Sammy Cox at half back.

    This was the great Iron Curtain.

    In that season of 44 games, Bobby Brown played in all 44. George Young in 42. Jock Shaw captained the side and appeared 41 times. Willie Woodburn played in 42 games. Ian McColl in 41 matches. And Sammy Cox made 43 appearances.

    The rocks on which Mr Struth built his latest great Rangers team were virtually ever-present, and such was their combination of ability, determination, dedication and organisation, they are remembered to this day. All 6 players gave Rangers at least a decade of service, and in total they played an almost unbelievable 3169 times for the club.

    All 6 players are in the Hall of Fame, and they all deserve a place at the top table in among that company.

    Their names, and the Iron Curtain nickname, will live on forever as part of the great history of The Rangers Football Club.

    Amongst the countless medals and trophies they collected, they were the biggest reason why the first treble in the history of Scottish football was won.

    I doubt there will ever be a defensive unit to rival them in terms of longevity, consistency and success. Anywhere.
     
    Those that didn't know what a half back was ....certainly do now !
  12. Tiger Shaw liked a post in a topic by backup in For aficionados of half back lines and unequalled glory, The Rangers Iron Curtain.   
    Treble season 1948/49, the year of the Iron Curtain
    Our first treble, back in season 1948/49, is probably the least celebrated of the record 7 trebles we have won.

    A last-day dramatic title win at Albion Rovers in the league, on a day the prolific Willie Thornton scored a hat-trick, saw the title regained from the great Hibs team of the time.

    The League Cup was only in its third season, and Rangers won it for the second time, beating Raith Rovers 2-0 in the final.

    The Scottish Cup was retained in front of 120,162 at Hampden as Clyde were beaten 4-1.

    Rangers played a total of 44 games that season, and although the magnificent Thornton played a huge part in the clean sweep by scoring 34 goals, the triumph was built on the most famous defence in the history of the club, and of Scottish football.

    In the days of the 3-2-5 formations Rangers line-up for virtually the whole season saw Bobby Brown in goal, full backs George Young and Jock Shaw either side of centre half Willie Woodburn, behind Ian McColl and Sammy Cox at half back.

    This was the great Iron Curtain.

    In that season of 44 games, Bobby Brown played in all 44. George Young in 42. Jock Shaw captained the side and appeared 41 times. Willie Woodburn played in 42 games. Ian McColl in 41 matches. And Sammy Cox made 43 appearances.

    The rocks on which Mr Struth built his latest great Rangers team were virtually ever-present, and such was their combination of ability, determination, dedication and organisation, they are remembered to this day. All 6 players gave Rangers at least a decade of service, and in total they played an almost unbelievable 3169 times for the club.

    All 6 players are in the Hall of Fame, and they all deserve a place at the top table in among that company.

    Their names, and the Iron Curtain nickname, will live on forever as part of the great history of The Rangers Football Club.

    Amongst the countless medals and trophies they collected, they were the biggest reason why the first treble in the history of Scottish football was won.

    I doubt there will ever be a defensive unit to rival them in terms of longevity, consistency and success. Anywhere.
     
    Those that didn't know what a half back was ....certainly do now !
  13. thebluedoo liked a post in a topic by backup in For aficionados of half back lines and unequalled glory, The Rangers Iron Curtain.   
    Treble season 1948/49, the year of the Iron Curtain
    Our first treble, back in season 1948/49, is probably the least celebrated of the record 7 trebles we have won.

    A last-day dramatic title win at Albion Rovers in the league, on a day the prolific Willie Thornton scored a hat-trick, saw the title regained from the great Hibs team of the time.

    The League Cup was only in its third season, and Rangers won it for the second time, beating Raith Rovers 2-0 in the final.

    The Scottish Cup was retained in front of 120,162 at Hampden as Clyde were beaten 4-1.

    Rangers played a total of 44 games that season, and although the magnificent Thornton played a huge part in the clean sweep by scoring 34 goals, the triumph was built on the most famous defence in the history of the club, and of Scottish football.

    In the days of the 3-2-5 formations Rangers line-up for virtually the whole season saw Bobby Brown in goal, full backs George Young and Jock Shaw either side of centre half Willie Woodburn, behind Ian McColl and Sammy Cox at half back.

    This was the great Iron Curtain.

    In that season of 44 games, Bobby Brown played in all 44. George Young in 42. Jock Shaw captained the side and appeared 41 times. Willie Woodburn played in 42 games. Ian McColl in 41 matches. And Sammy Cox made 43 appearances.

    The rocks on which Mr Struth built his latest great Rangers team were virtually ever-present, and such was their combination of ability, determination, dedication and organisation, they are remembered to this day. All 6 players gave Rangers at least a decade of service, and in total they played an almost unbelievable 3169 times for the club.

    All 6 players are in the Hall of Fame, and they all deserve a place at the top table in among that company.

    Their names, and the Iron Curtain nickname, will live on forever as part of the great history of The Rangers Football Club.

    Amongst the countless medals and trophies they collected, they were the biggest reason why the first treble in the history of Scottish football was won.

    I doubt there will ever be a defensive unit to rival them in terms of longevity, consistency and success. Anywhere.
     
    Those that didn't know what a half back was ....certainly do now !
  14. bornabear liked a post in a topic by backup in For aficionados of half back lines and unequalled glory, The Rangers Iron Curtain.   
    Treble season 1948/49, the year of the Iron Curtain
    Our first treble, back in season 1948/49, is probably the least celebrated of the record 7 trebles we have won.

    A last-day dramatic title win at Albion Rovers in the league, on a day the prolific Willie Thornton scored a hat-trick, saw the title regained from the great Hibs team of the time.

    The League Cup was only in its third season, and Rangers won it for the second time, beating Raith Rovers 2-0 in the final.

    The Scottish Cup was retained in front of 120,162 at Hampden as Clyde were beaten 4-1.

    Rangers played a total of 44 games that season, and although the magnificent Thornton played a huge part in the clean sweep by scoring 34 goals, the triumph was built on the most famous defence in the history of the club, and of Scottish football.

    In the days of the 3-2-5 formations Rangers line-up for virtually the whole season saw Bobby Brown in goal, full backs George Young and Jock Shaw either side of centre half Willie Woodburn, behind Ian McColl and Sammy Cox at half back.

    This was the great Iron Curtain.

    In that season of 44 games, Bobby Brown played in all 44. George Young in 42. Jock Shaw captained the side and appeared 41 times. Willie Woodburn played in 42 games. Ian McColl in 41 matches. And Sammy Cox made 43 appearances.

    The rocks on which Mr Struth built his latest great Rangers team were virtually ever-present, and such was their combination of ability, determination, dedication and organisation, they are remembered to this day. All 6 players gave Rangers at least a decade of service, and in total they played an almost unbelievable 3169 times for the club.

    All 6 players are in the Hall of Fame, and they all deserve a place at the top table in among that company.

    Their names, and the Iron Curtain nickname, will live on forever as part of the great history of The Rangers Football Club.

    Amongst the countless medals and trophies they collected, they were the biggest reason why the first treble in the history of Scottish football was won.

    I doubt there will ever be a defensive unit to rival them in terms of longevity, consistency and success. Anywhere.
     
    Those that didn't know what a half back was ....certainly do now !
  15. Negri's lovechild liked a post in a topic by backup in For aficionados of half back lines and unequalled glory, The Rangers Iron Curtain.   
    Treble season 1948/49, the year of the Iron Curtain
    Our first treble, back in season 1948/49, is probably the least celebrated of the record 7 trebles we have won.

    A last-day dramatic title win at Albion Rovers in the league, on a day the prolific Willie Thornton scored a hat-trick, saw the title regained from the great Hibs team of the time.

    The League Cup was only in its third season, and Rangers won it for the second time, beating Raith Rovers 2-0 in the final.

    The Scottish Cup was retained in front of 120,162 at Hampden as Clyde were beaten 4-1.

    Rangers played a total of 44 games that season, and although the magnificent Thornton played a huge part in the clean sweep by scoring 34 goals, the triumph was built on the most famous defence in the history of the club, and of Scottish football.

    In the days of the 3-2-5 formations Rangers line-up for virtually the whole season saw Bobby Brown in goal, full backs George Young and Jock Shaw either side of centre half Willie Woodburn, behind Ian McColl and Sammy Cox at half back.

    This was the great Iron Curtain.

    In that season of 44 games, Bobby Brown played in all 44. George Young in 42. Jock Shaw captained the side and appeared 41 times. Willie Woodburn played in 42 games. Ian McColl in 41 matches. And Sammy Cox made 43 appearances.

    The rocks on which Mr Struth built his latest great Rangers team were virtually ever-present, and such was their combination of ability, determination, dedication and organisation, they are remembered to this day. All 6 players gave Rangers at least a decade of service, and in total they played an almost unbelievable 3169 times for the club.

    All 6 players are in the Hall of Fame, and they all deserve a place at the top table in among that company.

    Their names, and the Iron Curtain nickname, will live on forever as part of the great history of The Rangers Football Club.

    Amongst the countless medals and trophies they collected, they were the biggest reason why the first treble in the history of Scottish football was won.

    I doubt there will ever be a defensive unit to rival them in terms of longevity, consistency and success. Anywhere.
     
    Those that didn't know what a half back was ....certainly do now !
  16. wotmeworry liked a post in a topic by backup in Pop-up Gers Store - Louden Tavern   
    because dtd is an  Isaac Wunder aficionado.
  17. backup liked a post in a topic by Courtyard Bear in Pop-up Gers Store - Louden Tavern   
    He never broke the contract that stupid cunt we have as a chairman broke the contract. 
    The contract he said was a great deal for Rangers. 
    So just who is fucking Rangers over here. 
  18. Zetland liked a post in a topic by backup in Pop-up Gers Store - Louden Tavern   
    Good lad thanks, and may the all seeing look kindly on all your endeavours ✌
  19. Steelydan1690 liked a post in a topic by backup in Pop-up Gers Store - Louden Tavern   
    Correct, they never got control back, they (dtd) just signed retail control back to SDI, we might get lucky and SDI decide double thick dave can be someone else's problem, can always hope.
  20. KeyserSoze liked a post in a topic by backup in Pop-up Gers Store - Louden Tavern   
    Not going to go down well, still no pics 🤷‍♂️ 

    Not before time either. https://Rangers.co.uk/club/brand-protection/
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