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  1. Today has showed me we can win that game. I feel more optimistic than under Pedro or MW.
  2. No matter how it turned out with Forest, some of our so called fans are scum. The same minority who racially abuse Edu for his performances, scrapping in Manchester, and now threatening ex managers. Those are the ones who get us into trouble. Most of our fans are amazing and we are the best in the world. But to the rest- Fuck them-they should fuck off to the other side of the city to the terrorists. MW should be staying out the papers anyways. Seems he is being called up ahead of our game. He hated the press up here so not sure why his name is in their articles all week.
  3. McCoist: If I play Mohsni up front kick me out of the dugout By KENNY MacDONALD 25th January 2014, 1:18 am Updated: 26th October 2016, 8:34 pm ALLY McCOIST heard Bilel Mohsni predict a 20-goal haul this season. But the Rangers boss says that if he ever picks him as a frontman, fans have permission to attack him! McCoist was delighted to see his centre half grab his eighth of the season in the win at Forfar on Monday. The Frenchman later revelaed he’s had a bet with Noui Laifa of Gazalec Ajaccio over who scores the most goals, with the loser buying dinner. But although McCoist knows Mohsni scored 13 goals in a season for Southend as a frontman two seasons ago, he’s adamant he has no plans to return him to the frontline. McCoist — whose side aim to maintain their unbeaten league run at home to Arbroath today — said: “I hope Bilel’s right in his aim. “When we signed him, I spoke to Paul Sturrock who had him at Southend and he said he played him on the left wing. “You have permission to haul me from the dug-out if I ever do that! ---------------------------- Mohsni spares Rangers' blushes By PA Sport Report 09/03/2014 at 19:06 Rangers survived one of the most embarrassing results in their history when Bilel Mohsni's challenge on Albion Rovers goalkeeper Neil Parry resulted in a late equaliser in a 1-1 draw with the part-timers in their William Hill Scottish Cup quarter-final tie at Ibrox. Ciaran Donnelly shot the visitors into a shock lead in the 13th minute after the Light Blues had failed to deal with a corner and the boos echoed around the stadium at the interval as Ally McCoist's runaway League One leaders sloped up the tunnel. Memories of infamous Scottish Cup exits to Berwick Rangers in 1967 and Hamilton in 1987 began to permeate the thinking of the Gers' support as the second-half unfolded but the home side drew level in the 77th minute when Mohsni put pressure on Neil Parry from David Templeton's cross just under the bar, with the ball ending up in the net. Rovers complained to no avail but held out for the replay and celebrated with their fans at the end of the match with gusto befitting a side who had performed well above their League Two status. As for Rangers, the result will do little for a club still distracted by boardroom battles as it seeks to climb back to the top flight following administration and liquidation. The visitors had taken up their full allocation of 1,100 tickets for fans who had arrived early and in enthusiastic mood. They almost had something to cheer about with less than a minute gone as a mistake by Mohsni allowed Rovers to break through wide-man Mark McGuigan and the move ended with midfielder Liam Cusack side-footing a shot from the edge of the box past the post. Shockwaves reverberated around most of Ibrox, though, when Rovers took the lead with their first corner. When McGuigan crossed high into the middle, Gers skipper Lee McCulloch's attempt to clear saw the ball inadvertently land at the feet of Donnelly, who knocked the ball in from close range. The atmosphere inside the ground changed immediately. With Rangers quickly resorting to high balls, Parry made a save from a Jon Daly header in the 27th minute but the Irishman had already been ruled offside. Rovers, unsurprisingly, were defending deeper by the minute but the home side were attempting to bludgeon rather than break down with guile. In the dying seconds of the first half, as the Light Blues continued their siege on the visiting goal, Parry made a fine save from Dean Shiels. The pounding of the Rovers box resumed after the interval, fuelled by desperation and fear. Daly somehow missed the target from 12 yards in the 50th minute which brought groans from the home supporters, moments before Parry saved from the former Dundee United striker as the Cliftonhill side survived again. Rovers were offering little of an offensive threat but their defending at times was heroic. Templeton clipped the top of the bar from a Richard Foster cross and Parry tipped a long-distance drive from Mohsni over the bar. When Mohsni, who had gone up front when defender Sebastien Faure replaced Daly, climbed with Parry for the equaliser, the Rovers bench complained bitterly about his challenge on Parry, who required required treatment before carrying on. The mood swung again as Rangers went for the winner but Fraser Aird fired wide of the target before Mohsni failed to re-direct a Templeton cross back towards goal. The Rovers players were out on their feet in the five added minutes but they held on for a richly-deserved replay with Rangers relieved to have escaped what would have been a disastrous defeat.
  4. Aye a few weeks prior to that, Ally had been quoted saying if he played Moshni as a striker he should get the bullet
  5. I think if he makes the WC we need to sell him. You see what has happened to the scum with 40m Dembele dollars -Messi wants him signed for Barca according to the record but it was actually Spurs dembele he was meaning.....and others like Izzaguirie 15m to Man Utd
  6. Means his value goes up and we have the safety in terms of time to keep him here.
  7. Who's got a picture of the article and headline where Ally says... the day I use Moshni up front is the day I deserve to get the bullet. A few weeks later he throws him up front at home to Albion Rovers to rescue a replay
  8. they must be in a bad way.. ..
  9. I want the best ever post from you Rab come Sunday afternoon after we batter the bheasts all over Ibrox. Sorry to hear the news but he will still be watching on Sunday.
  10. No need for this- we know who we are We will show the bheasts next Sunday what happens when you lose focus by obsessing over your more successful rivals.
  11. Form means nothing. I expected us to get pumped in the 0-0 game. But, I am as confident as I have been in many years we can beat them.
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