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sorry but i dont think we need anymore "rangers legends" were in big enough shit at the moment with "rangers legends",jobs for the boys has to stop :(

the plg route was the right route just he was a dick,we need someone outwith the club to come in,assess the situation and put new measures into practise,weve lived to long in the past.

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Richard Gough , what we would off done to have him big butch and the goalie playin ,

ah The Goalie why is he at Clyde when he should be sorting shagger out ???

We already have Durrant, who was an outstanding and technically talented midfield player as a coach at Ibrox and yet our midfield is hopeless.

We have McCoist, who is one of the most naturally talented goalscorers of his generation yet our attack can hardly finish their dinner, never mind a chance.

So basically what I'm saying is it simply doesn't work like that. If it did then being a successful coach would be far easier than it is.

And anyway we already have Jim Stewart as our goalkeeping coach. He's not a glorious name from the past like Goram, but he played a huge part in developing Craig Gordon and within a short space of time under his wing McGregor went from being a decent keeper, to an outstanding one.

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Richard Gough , what we would off done to have him big butch and the goalie playin ,

ah The Goalie why is he at Clyde when he should be sorting shagger out ???

We already have Durrant, who was an outstanding and technically talented midfield player as a coach at Ibrox and yet our midfield is hopeless.

We have McCoist, who is one of the most naturally talented goalscorers of his generation yet our attack can hardly finish their dinner, never mind a chance.

So basically what I'm saying is it simply doesn't work like that. If it did then being a successful coach would be far easier than it is.

And anyway we already have Jim Stewart as our goalkeeping coach. He's not a glorious name from the past like Goram, but he played a huge part in developing Craig Gordon and within a short space of time under his wing McGregor went from being a decent keeper, to an outstanding one.

Spot on, every point.

The 'Lads' got their chance to play Rangers Manager once and we went out of the Scottish Cup to a relegated Dunfermline side who had twelve players injured and no recognized strikers. We have enough problems with 'old pals' running the show, without adding anymore buddies to the payroll.

Great players do not make great coaches, ask Alex Ferguson, better still John Grieg.

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Richard Gough , what we would off done to have him big butch and the goalie playin ,

ah The Goalie why is he at Clyde when he should be sorting shagger out ???

We already have Durrant, who was an outstanding and technically talented midfield player as a coach at Ibrox and yet our midfield is hopeless.

We have McCoist, who is one of the most naturally talented goalscorers of his generation yet our attack can hardly finish their dinner, never mind a chance.

So basically what I'm saying is it simply doesn't work like that. If it did then being a successful coach would be far easier than it is.

And anyway we already have Jim Stewart as our goalkeeping coach. He's not a glorious name from the past like Goram, but he played a huge part in developing Craig Gordon and within a short space of time under his wing McGregor went from being a decent keeper, to an outstanding one.

Outstanding , it took him all his timeto stand last night

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