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It just eats away at these chunts, that we dont need them and their shitty wee SPhell. Fuck sake we had more at our game on Saturday than the rest of Scottish fitba added together.

So theyve got to make stories up, CG is pandering to the fans for fuck sake, what do they expect him to do, stick 2 fingers up at us, and tell us GIRFUY.

But all the other chairmen at their clubs pandering to all their bigoted and jealous fans, and voting the big bad Rangers out of the SPhell, thats different why?, oh thats right I better not mention that, fucking dick.

The chunts are obsessed with us, because were still the only story in town, I mean who even gives a fuck about the SPhell, I dont even remember the scores from the weekend, because its all about Rangers, everybody even knows the crowd at our game fuck sake, and cant even remember what happened in the supposed top league in Scotland, ha!ha! And thats people in Spain, France, Italy, USA, Brazil, everywhere, even whisper it ROI ha!ha!

So roll up! roll up! come and see the greatest football show on Earth at the moment, the one and only RANGERS. :beer1: aahhhh thats better.

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I genuinely cannot understand why people continue to read and buy newspapers which just give morons who had a 'lucky break' a platform to talk on.

Agree 100%, So they get to pen their opinion in a newspaper, it doesn't make them right or worth reading. Even if they wrote pro Rangers articles I still couldn't care less about their opinion.

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That Leckie article was so full of negativity, that the only use I can think for it is to be used in journo schools on how not to write about a subject.

It's a wonder he didn't just write that Rangers and thier fans have no right to any happiness because of past events.

Pointless, futile and infantile really, I'd say. But that's the way of the press these days, the internet is killing them and they're in their death throws. No one's interested in your shite, and you don't like it one little bit, you sad, fat man.

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Applauding them when they chant anti-SFA abuse. Calling anyone who questions The Rangers bigoted or drunk or stupid. Hugging fans for the cameras. Taking credit for not ripping them off at the gates for a game they don’t want to be playing

maybe if most of the anti Rangers arseholes weren't stupid bigoted drunks, then Green would keep his mouth shut.

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Jim Traynor also on the same subject.

IF you should happen across someone weeping quietly while slumped against the red-brick facade of Ibrox, spare a kind word.

It won’t be Ian Black feeling sorry for himself after that Easter Road reception, or some down-at-heel Govanite, whose bottle has just crashed – literally – right through a hole in his carry-out bag.

Most likely it will be an employee from Rangers’ media department. Trying to persuade someone like Charles Green to tone it down must be the toughest job in the game

these days.

Yet you would think that working for a club that can attract 49,000 supporters to a Third Division match would be a joy. It should be but it isn’t.

While we might have grown weary of the back story, Rangers’ media people are run off their feet trying to cope with interview requests from around the world. Others are just catching up and that was why the Ibrox club’s first home match in the Third Division attracted attention from various countries including Italy, France and Brazil.

Even the New York Times wanted to know how a club in the lowest league of a tiny country – which struggles to produce mediocre, never mind decent players – can command such a massive support.

How can a club in that situation issue a plea to fans to stop applying for season books because the ticketing system can’t cope with the demand?

And so they all came, demanding access and one-to-ones. But it isn’t the increased workload which is causing fear and panic among Rangers’ media people, it’s the thought of another microphone being thrust under the nose of Green, who just might be the new Wallace Mercer.

You must remember him, the late former owner of Hearts. He certainly knew how to work a crowd and so fond of a public platform was he that it was said he had a card in his wallet which read: ‘In the event of accident or injury, call a press conference.’

Hibernian’s fans didn’t think much of him when he tried to merge their club with his own but the Great Waldo, who’d speak his mind even when he knew the authorities wouldn’t approve, is sadly missed. He could be arrogant and loud but there was always the hint of mischief about Wallace, and although he was passionate about his club you suspected his entire life didn’t revolve around the Hearts or the game.

Did he take it all seriously, or was he just having a laugh?

The same question can be asked of Green, who has his ashen-faced media people sweating and worried every time he opens his mouth. They just know that no matter how long they spend advising and preparing him, all of it will be forgotten as soon as their man gets into his flow.

Trying to get Green to remain on message is impossible. Easier to herd a swarm of angry wasps or lasso steam but although Green often sounds as though words are just teaming out in no particular order, he is aware of what he’s doing. He knows exactly what he’s saying and the reaction his words will bring.

Of course he knew that by jabbing a finger at the authorities, and ‘them over there’ he’d finally connect with Rangers’ fans. It can be argued he is tapping deliberately into the more extreme element of that support but the fact is he struck a chord with a whole lot of others.

There are many fair-minded and reasonable Rangers fans who also believe they have been badly treated by the authorities and some clubs.

They accept punishment was merited but they also believe fans and one or two influential club people couldn’t wait to sink the boot from behind the cloak of sporting integrity.

And I must admit to a degree of sympathy for Rangers. Not at all for their FTP brigade, of course, but for the many decent folk who follow this club.

There is little doubt in my mind a blind hatred of Rangers clouded and also extended this story of crime and punishment but let’s try to remember this club are responsible for their own collapse, although Saturday’s impressive show of strength suggests anything but a downfall.

Only a month ago Rangers had sold no more than 500 season tickets and now they’re asking for customers to form an orderly queue and be patient. They have taken in about £10m in sales already and Green is preparing to press ahead with a shares issue.

The club’s wage bill must be down to about £7million and money should be piling up in the account. Any more generated by further investors and the issue will, as they say in this business, be a bonus. Unless, of course, there are people, as yet unnamed, to be paid off for having backed the purchase of Rangers.

But the fans, for the moment, aren’t thinking about the possibility of hidden agendas. They’ve been flooding back since the day Ally McCoist said it was time to buy into the new regime.

Ally gave his seal of approval and that was good enough for the masses. If their hero of the past year was ready to back Green then so, too, would they but just to make sure the chief executive himself pitched in with a couple of sound bites.

As soon as he said decisions against Rangers had been taken out of bigotry the rush to the ticket window became a stampede.

The chief executive might sound like a Yorkshire stereotype but he’s probably playing to the crowd. He’s hamming it up, I suspect, because away from it all he speaks in more measured tones but challenging the authorities pressed all the right buttons with a support convinced they have been wronged by the game.

They squeezed into Ibrox on Saturday to make it clear they and their club remain a force. In fact, there is a sense this support have taken just about enough and are ready now to challenge the game’s governing bodies as others have done in the past.

They are right behind Green and McCoist who face disrepute charges but even so, the man at the helm would be unwise to play games with this lot.

Just the other day he said he wouldn’t stand back with a hand over his mouth and allow his club to be abused, yet another line for the supporters, but now that he’s won them over he’d better deliver.

Rangers fans have given him their trust and a further misuse of that belief would be the biggest abuse of all.


This makes me laugh actually, they have been unable to dig up any real dirt on the man, so they are now picking on him "winning fans over". The last time i checked, winning fans over is a pretty vital part of the CEO of a football clubs job no?.

They are now scraping the bottom of the barrell on shit to write about Green

They soon will be left with no options but to print the truth......lol aye right.

Heaven forbid they actually have to write about football, the scottish mhedia wouldn't have a fucking clue where to start.


While we might have grown weary of the back story, Rangers’ media people are run off their feet trying to cope with interview requests from around the world. Others are just catching up and that was why the Ibrox club’s first home match in the Third Division attracted attention from various countries including Italy, France and Brazil.

How the fuck does that fat bastard manage to make this sound like it's a bad thing.

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At least the pair of them now accept Rangers are still Rangers :21: They're obviously hurting that Rangers Media won't give them of any of their ilk an interview,long may it last :uk: As someone said CG speaks in reply to digs made at the Club,hasn't he a right to do so? doh The A Team of Green and McCoist lead nearly 50,000 fans to cheer on Rangers on Saturday :21: ,you would be forgiven in thinkihg that a least ONE of these chancers could have been complimentary about the great event but no,the mhedia have gotten into the habit of kicking Rangers,now they just can't help themselves :wanker:

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They really do HATE the fact we're still here and clearly not going away as they'd hoped. Lets make sure we continue to support the team throughout the season and get it right up them. We'll be back where we belong before they know it and be passing their shite heap teams on their way down.

That fat dick has chosen to write a hypothetical story rather than report on the FACTS at the weekend - more fans at Ibrox than the other 19GAMES in Scotland that day put together, Rangers fans applaud away team off park, a team on their knees weeks earlier move to the top of their league, club sets world record attendance for lower tier league, I could go on!! However, hypothetical stories are all he should be able to write about from our club as he shouldn't be allowed anywhere near us from this day forward. On reading his fiction one phrase pops into my mind - "I smell shite"

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