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22 Jun 2016 15:39:14
Gilks arrives for talks. Good good keeper. Brilliant acquisition if he joins.


1.) 22 Jun 2016 20:03:20
3 games in 2 year?

2.) 22 Jun 2016 21:26:47
It's a fair point Bongo if accurate. However I don't think lack of games quite applys the same to keepers. The lad is a solid shot stopper, clearly a back up for WFOD. Time always tells but I feel it's s solid signing if the deal is done.



08 Jun 2016 14:54:36
Ball has been asked to pre training at Spurs. May be the deal is off, or he is getting looked at before making a decision. I hope we get him one way or another.


1.) 08 Jun 2016 15:52:38
Gdog10 that's the only down sign of db having a good season up here, spurs may want to keep him, but if spurs do give him a contract extention i hope they loan us him for the new season coming upon us soon.

2.) 09 Jun 2016 07:58:34
I think a loan will happen.



07 Jun 2016 08:21:00
Ashley resigns from Rangers Retail.


1.) 07 Jun 2016 09:09:07
Appointed a lackey in his place. Nothing changed afaik.

2.) 07 Jun 2016 10:03:40
Surprise surprise, sneaky person, I just hope the football league see through his attempt.

3.) 07 Jun 2016 08:52:05
Hopefully he will sell his shares to us. I'm only looking at the positives here but Green, Whyte and Ashley have only United us and made us stronger. We will own our club the future is looking good. Can't wait to buy the kits when we are allowed, hopefully won't be long now. It won't just be the blue sea of Ibrox that's for sure.

4.) 07 Jun 2016 13:30:07
its been too long since I was able to go get a new strip I hope the fat rat realises its not worth his time as we won't buy any strip under his shady contract

and to all the fans that do yous are the reason the fat rat isn't giving up yous are the ones hurting our club.

5.) 07 Jun 2016 13:33:59
He's getting ripped apart right now at the House of Commons. Rangers will be all over this with our own problems with his companies. His PR is crumbling at will continue to do so with his grilling at the HofC.

6.) 07 Jun 2016 13:50:59
can the house of commons do anything though? i'm not politically minded lol!

7.) 07 Jun 2016 14:41:32
No they can't, and as for the comment to suggest rangers supporters are hurting their club buying a shirt is nonsense.

Theres many plausable reasons to buy a shirt, the most namely being how do you tell your son/ daughter you can't get a top because of some retail agreement that many people don't understand themselves.

Side note, you do realise we get charged if there's not a certain amount bought?

8.) 07 Jun 2016 16:28:43
Yeh but are we paying that if we don't sell enough? i doubt it! You are spot on Super Ally reference the kids. It's a difficult situation all round. However the publicity Ashley is receiving at the moment may help Rangers if they build upon that pressure.

9.) 07 Jun 2016 15:59:37
where did u hear that rubbish super ally dave king and co wouldn't be telling us to boycott the buying of football strips if we would get charged for them!

on the other plausible reason I have a 8 year old boy that even when he was seven could understand that it is wrong to support the fat rat by buying his tops.

I for one will be sticking to what most rangers fans and the boards wishes are to boycott sports direct and the sale of our tops which we basically don't get any money for.

ill do as my club wishes and not buy another rangers top until we have a fairer deal wether it be and agreement with the fat rat or hopefully with some1 else entirely.

10.) 07 Jun 2016 17:35:33
Does this mean king can get a new sponsorship and get new kits out for us to buy or is this just a smoke screen to save his fat Archibald.

11.) 07 Jun 2016 20:22:45
Super ally our board are telling us not to buy th tops don't think they would say that if it hurts our club and u must be a weak person if you're children are telling you what to do. my boy is 11 and he doesn't want 1 until everything sorted. he wears my old tops with pride.

12.) 07 Jun 2016 20:54:41
Ashley was def not "getting ripped apart" at the select Committee. Quite the reverse.



13 May 2016 17:42:13

Great start for next season, here's to more.


1.) 13 May 2016 18:09:31
Pic comfirming this on twitter, lad standing with Davie Weir.

Welcome to the famous.

2.) 13 May 2016 18:45:35
Great signing. Spoke to a big scouser the day at work n he says he heard about this weeks ago and the boy wasn't ready to step into the Liverpool 1st team but will certainly do a job for us. He also mentioned joey Barton even tho I don't think this will happen. I said can u imagine him in an old firm game he will be trying to kick folk in the throat n he said yeah that's what u want tho😂fair play big man. Before the do-gooders start it was a bit of friendly banter at work. On that note I've been surprised at the amount of Liverpool fans that can't stand that other mob.

3.) 13 May 2016 19:33:02
Dunno people keep saying about barton. Ain't happening, he's rubbish and he's a celtic fan!

4.) 14 May 2016 00:25:31
Two things, first, we are Rangers not a breeding ground, a massive European club,
2nd if we need Barton then we are nothing like what we think we are,
I don't believe the latter, so Il trust the Gers boss, and hope Dorrans comes, and pray greegs comes home, maybe we will get a surprise or two, as I've said for years, god bless Mr. King.



10 May 2016 13:06:56
Rossiter deal apparently all done. On Twitter Could be a huge huge signing. If true, welcome to The Glasgow Rangers son.


1.) 10 May 2016 14:04:41
Is this fact or a rumour.

2.) 10 May 2016 14:58:39
This is just more rubbish.

3.) 10 May 2016 15:24:37
I'm a Liverpool fan and tbf he's not as good as u all seen to think . Very very slow he is . Neat n tidy on the ball but that's about it.

4.) 10 May 2016 15:41:52
5ive: He's a deep lying playmaker so maybe pace not so much of an issue.

5.) 10 May 2016 15:58:11
@5ive - in all honesty you've just described many top level players such as Busquets! Are you suggesting 250k is not a steal?
To play that screening roll a reading of the game and ability on the ball are far more important than pace and the reviews seem to suggest he's the best at that job in your entire squad! He will flourish playing in our system and with our current management team.

6.) 10 May 2016 16:40:38
£250.000 is a steal for this boy its basically a no lose situation for us even if the boy doesn't stay fit we ain't out big bucks for him and if he does stay fit he is a real talent not the quickest I agree but makes up for it with intelligent play.

7.) 10 May 2016 16:43:45
If he was the best in there team he would be playing think u need to calm down.

8.) 10 May 2016 16:50:58
If he stays injury free then this boy could be buy of the summer, rossiter has massive potential, personally I think crooks and windass will be massive signings and will surprise a few people up here.

9.) 10 May 2016 20:31:16
Not sure anyone is getting so excited they need to calm down.

It promises to be a good signing for many obvious reasons.

10.) 10 May 2016 20:45:35
I think he will be a great signing mate from what I've heard of the lad I was referring to the poster saying he was the best in the role in the entire Liverpool team a think that might have been a slight exaggeration.

11.) 10 May 2016 21:03:09

Lol, point taken.

12.) 10 May 2016 22:27:25
He will be good but just don't get carried away and say the boy can do this and that for the money we are getting him it's a steal no doubt about that but at least wait till the start of the season to make judgments cause we havnt even seen him play bar the couple he has with Liverpool.

13.) 10 May 2016 21:12:26
whether or not he will be a good signing remains to be seen but until he is signed its imetrecal.

14.) 11 May 2016 08:24:13
@largebill - it's imetrecal to make words up mate.

15.) 11 May 2016 13:10:21
jesus its always the same, just let the boy settle first and actually kick a ball before we start judging how good or bad he is, what he can and can't do where he should play ect. MW hasn't bought one bad player yet.




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15 Jan 2017 16:09:05
Once again we put the same players on after we go several goals down. What are we actually learning here, how to get beat?

These players must be wandering what the hell they are doing!


All we need is for us to score and I was bang on for my prediction. It going to happen!




15 Jan 2017 13:53:55
Same old line up I see for the German game.

Only change for Toral, no Dodoo in the squad at all. Hodson on the bench! I just don't understand this man Warbs at all!

I would have expected some more changes than this.


1.) 15 Jan 2017 14:21:22
I thought you would know by know that Tavernier and Halliday are undroppable in Warburton's eyes!

2.) 15 Jan 2017 14:35:18
I know mate its ridiculous. The 2 weakest links in the squad by a mile!

3.) 15 Jan 2017 14:40:38
Drop Halliday and play who?

4.) 15 Jan 2017 15:05:51
Play hyndman instead of Hallyday!

5.) 15 Jan 2017 15:36:14
The 2 new boys for a start Cee! Perhaps Crooks could have played. oh wait we got rid of him! We have no midfield and we get rid of one!

6.) 15 Jan 2017 15:29:41
Right TOMUSA you've made your point about Halliday change the record man.

7.) 15 Jan 2017 16:17:57
Jayc unfortunately tomusa is correct . Halliday should be paying in like us to watch the Rangers.



14 Jan 2017 10:33:52
I hope the lads enjoy the game in Germany and use it to learn.

Result for me 4-1 to Leipzig


1.) 14 Jan 2017 13:52:22
I can't see them winning but if both our new loanees play then it will give us a good indication of their quality. I don't suppose there is any chance that young Rossiter is fit to play part of the game!

If Warburton can play the best eleven and that means not playing his favourites then we could have a decent team out there and it would give us a good idea of how we might compete for second place and closing the gap on Celtic.

My team would be Foderingham, Hodson, Kiernan, Hill, Wallace, Hyndman, Windass, Toral, McKay, Miller and Waghorn. In terms of substitutes I'd be tempted to have the young lad we got from Raith Rovers on the bench along with Forrester, MOH, Wilson, Holt and, if he is fit, Rossiter along with a couple of our youngsters.

2.) 14 Jan 2017 14:31:08
I agree with team other than perhaps giving time to Dodoo. He needs a start to see where he is at. I am convinced there is a decent enough player there.

3.) 14 Jan 2017 15:48:24
Team looks OK, Tom but doubt Rossi ter will play. Didn't see him in any of the photos of this week's training on the club website which likely means he's still not fit, sadly. Also agree Dodoo should be given a proper run out up front now that Garner is going to be out for the next few weeks at least.

4.) 14 Jan 2017 16:10:49
Any idea whether Rossiter is back home for rehab, Liverpool Ger. I have heard rumours that he was struggling psychologically with the time he was out and that he was missing his football and his family?

5.) 14 Jan 2017 16:52:40
I think Supercooper passed on that rumour on here the other day about Rossi ter but I haven't heard anything about him being back down here, sorry Tom.

6.) 14 Jan 2017 18:34:21
Cheers Liverpool Ger.



10 Jan 2017 08:21:59
We need a new board, top to bottom. Then we need to replace the management team, the recruitment and create a scouting network.

That's what was needed 2 years ago!

Looks familiar too me! That's STILL what we need. We have moved a very small distance in 2 years. Had we not moved up a league the actual distance we have covered would be almost impossible to notice.

It's January and we're in the arse end of the market. It's nothing other than pathetic. We have NO determination to change it. No desire to turn it all around and fast. The only passion comes from the fans. Not the team, not the management not the invisible board. The board is scared stiff of taking risks, petrified of taking bigger risks and them not paying off. Well that's not how football works. the only result we will get with our current approach is medriocrity. So if you want caution and time then for me failure is inevitable. Barring some kind of miracle that doesn't involve the changes I've mentioned, Celtic will smash well beyond 10 in a row.


1.) 10 Jan 2017 08:51:27
I believe sir Walter of the smiths has issued a statement saying something similar, and that is a man i do respect, someone who should not be ignored.

On the other hand, i do hope they ignore his advise, it will be great news from us manky soapless mob across the city. History in the making.

10 in a row.

Plus more.

Hail. H

2.) 10 Jan 2017 08:55:39
I would suggest that you are being a bit unfair on the Three Bears and the Far East guys that have already ploughed money into the club although I cannot disagree with you on King who so far has been nothing more than talk and bluster.

In terms of appointing a new management team, unfortunately the Club got that badly wrong when Smith retired and the hapless McCoist and his pointless Assistant were given the top jobs at the club on the footballing side. You might argue that what then ensued would have happened anyway but with a league winning team, (and McCoist surrendered a sixteen point lead that first season), and a run in Europe, who knows what would have happened!

Warburton is well respected by managers like Wenger and that is why we are seeing quality recruits in on loan. We would, I am sure, also see quality recruits on permanent contracts if the money was there to allow us to compete in the transfer market, (as Celtic do), and to go after Bosmans on pre-contract Agreements.

We need investment and as has been said before, if King is not prepared to invest in the team, as he has said many time before, then he should look to sell to an Investor that is prepared to put their money where their mouth is!

3.) 10 Jan 2017 09:00:57
Its how business works GDog! you're entitled to your opinion but I for one are glad they aren't taking risks especially the bigger risks that you speak of! Yes we are in the 'arse end' of the market but there are loads of good players available there with the added bonus that they are FREE so that's how business works buy low sell high! That is the way ahead for our club and it may take time but the fans muat stick with it as without us fans the board and playing staff have no chance

4.) 10 Jan 2017 09:04:17
tad doom and gloom mate. Things aren't all that bad.

5.) 10 Jan 2017 09:26:06
I don't agree with spending a fortune in the transfer market until we are able to generate more money. That would either come from retail or sky high season tickets and I bet that wouldn't go down well with everyone wanting to invest millions on players.

King as much as he is a majority shareholder in his own right has little share power on his own and could easily be muscled out of the boardroom and have no say.

I think this is why the article he has been trying to pass at the agms are important to him as he and friendly investors can solidify their position on the board.

If he puts millions in again he could be out on his backside if there is a change in politics again.

Im just saying its a possibility

6.) 10 Jan 2017 10:25:32
G, dog that's pure bull, it's not the board that's holding rangers back, it's Ashley and co, fact.
I can't believe you can't see that, we can't progress with him there constantly messing with us, that's why their hasn't been major investment, with him constantly taking money from the club, I would hate to think we're we would be right now if this board never got control from them. listen the days of rangers taking major risks cash wise are over, just back the club, because we are moving in the right way, this board has already put at least 20m into the club, what did the last board do, apart from take money out the club, and btw they are still taking money out the club, just accept the fact were skint at the minute and support them, the quicker we get rid of Ashley and co the better, hopefully we will get a result at court soon as the case is being heard in march i think.

7.) 10 Jan 2017 10:43:44
'The board are scared stiff of taking risks' oh dear is all I can say.

8.) 10 Jan 2017 11:05:10
Every Celtic fans just uses the same dried up stinking patter. It was miko and the Jedi for a while then dimalloy now this imposter.

9.) 10 Jan 2017 12:57:55
g'dog u are entitled to your opinion my friend but its not an educated one!

I along with many other rangers fans know that the reason he won't invest is the fat rat Ashley if we get him out of the way then we will do much much better plus then at least I could go out with a rangers top on and buy my boy the strips

10.) 10 Jan 2017 16:05:02
James, you are saying that you know the reason he won't invest. Is this factual because you are a personal friend and he has assured you that he will invest serious money in the Club or are you simply surmising this based on his previous comments. After all he is a good Orator as of course was David Murray and look at what happened there!

I personally am being cautious, I am not a great fan of King because I believe that he is all talk and bluster. Until such times as I see serious personal investment from him personally I will continue to be of that view although I suspect that when the time arrives he might well sell out to recoup some of his lost £20m!

11.) 10 Jan 2017 16:20:12
Boys the Ashly saga is not enough to be holding us back to the point at which we are. As for taking risks I am not talking about putting the club at another tipping point. What I am saying is that all we will get in return with this current approach is mediocrity. In turn Celtic will hit well beyond 10 in a row.

@Delboy if you think by removing Ashly everything will be rosey then it's your own bull you need to deal with. Because what we are getting right now from King n Co. is an excuse!

@Cee I am no imposter mate I've been on here for a good few years, I've read the bull from the lads you mention. To be fair you're guilty of talking out your arse more than once, so pot kettle my son, pot kettle.

12.) 10 Jan 2017 20:17:08
Cee calling Gdog a tim eh, he's well known as a rangers man Cee. I know it's hard to hear the truth but you must start living in the real world. Just because you don't like what the truth is doesn't mean you should be immediately defensive and attack everyone. Yer in the duck, accept it and do something about it rather than ranting with defiant pish. As you say "fact" 😊

13.) 11 Jan 2017 09:33:48
I agree with your post TOMUSA! Dave king has now got to be transparent with our more than loyal supporters, afterall this is what he promised when he swept to power almost 2 years ago, this march! We IMO don't need to change the manager, we need king to back the management team a helluva lot more than he's done, thus far! Again he promised as much when he first came in! Dave king still has a helluva lot to convince me, a season ticket holder and shareholder of close to 43 years now! I also hear a lot of our supporters saying the same thing! His job like sir walter smith said today, is to find investment, that's what a chairman and ceo does, especially at a club our size with the massive expectations that goes with it! Apart from this season,2nd place is failure, simple as that! Our manager is managing a great footballing institution, with almost 2 hands tied behind his back! If dave king can't do this job to where we need to be, then certainly my message to him would be, move on and let someone else do the job that you said you would do! Times running out here, our club has to act, and act quickly or celtic will be over the horizon, by a lot more years than even after them achieving the dreaded 10 in a row! Dave king has to speculate to accumulate, NOW!



04 Jan 2017 11:41:16
If Toral rumour is true, he could be useful. I just don't trust Warbs with more money.

If we don't get Europe and a small/ decent run at it. We are in trouble.


1.) 04 Jan 2017 11:58:18
Realy,? What money? Has brought in about 17 players in a year and a half for about 3 million. Maybe if he had decent funds he could sign better quality.

2.) 04 Jan 2017 12:08:46
A mini blog on what it's going to take for Dave King's plan of Europa League funds to bring solvency

Rangers have a number of obstacles to overcome before getting access to Europa League Group Stage monies.

A) They have to finish 2nd or 3rd in the SPL………. That looks probable at this time

B) They could qualify by winning the Scottish Cup……. That is much more of a long shot

C) Should they qualify either through A) or B) then they have to gain a UEFA licence

D) Rangers do not have automatic entitlement to a UEFA Licence . The SFA would have apply for Rangers under the exemption basis.

The discussion over whether Rangers would be appropriate for an exemption could and would last for ever. The SFA though have to decide whether Rangers merit achievement is considered worthy given the huge losses incurred and the view that exemptions are meant for clubs outside of a National Top Tier. I don’t propose here to debate the merits of Rangers being awarded a UEFA Licence, just to point out it’s not automatic and it’s highly sensitive. Not to mention that if the Supreme Court rule against Rangers or refuse to hear the appeal, the pressure on the SFA increases enormously.

Assuming though that all of the above is negotiated and Rangers enter the Europa League Qualifying in 2017-18, then here’s what they can expect to have to overcome before they get any access to Group Stage funds.

1 ) Rangers would enter in the 1st Qualifying Round if awarded a Uefa Licence. The coefficient awarded would be exactly the same for any Scottish Club who haven’t earned points in their own right in the last 5 years. This would result in Rangers being unseeded from the outset.

Using the current season as an example, these are the opponents Rangers could face in Q1

Stabæk IF, Linfield Belfast, FK Ventspils, FC Midtjylland, Víkingur, Brøndby IF, Dinamo Minsk, Kalju Nomme, Shamrock Rovers

Some tricky ties there and Rangers would not be favorites against all of those clubs

2) Assuming the draw was favorable and / or form was good, this is what would await in Q2 ( based on 2016-17)

(FK Aktobe), (Brøndby IF), (Shakhtior Saligorsk), (HJK Helsinki), Austria Wien, PAS Giannina, (Slovan Bratislava), (IFK Göteborg), (Omonia Nicosia), NK Maribor, (Admira Wacker), (FK Ventspils), (DVSC Debrecen), (Maccabi Tel-Aviv), Hajduk Split, BK Häcken

Again a lot of difficult ties there, and it’s debatable whether Rangers would be favorite against more than 2 or 3 of those clubs

3) Assuming the draw was again favorable and / or form was good, this is what would await in Q3 ( based on 2016-17)

AZ Alkmaar, FK Krasnodar, (Partizan Belgrade), Sassuolo, Rio Ave, (Omonia Nicosia) , AA Gent, Slovan Liberec, West Ham United, (FC Midtjylland), (HJK Helsinki), Apollon Limassol

We are now deep into underdog territory, however if Rangers prevailed, this is who they would face in Q4 (final qualifying round )

Shakhtar Donetsk Ukr
Olympiakos Gre
Anderlecht Bel
AZ Alkmaar Ned
Fenerbahçe Tur
Sparta Praha Cze
PAOK Thessaloniki Gre
Racing Genk Bel
BATE Borisov Bls
AS Saint-Étienne Fra
AA Gent Bel
FK Krasnodar Rus
Rapid Wien Aut
Slovan Liberec Cze
NK Maribor Slo
Maccabi Tel-Aviv Isr
Austria Wien Aut
West Ham United Eng
Panathinaikos Gre
FC Midtjylland Den
Sassuolo Ita
Qarabag Azb

Getting Europa League Group Stage monies is going to be incredibly challenging for Rangers. To add a little context, for Celtic to get that amount all it will take is for Southampton to sell Van Djik.

3.) 04 Jan 2017 12:24:12
Saw the username above, that was enough.

4.) 04 Jan 2017 12:29:40
Totally achievable let's just get second place and go on s good Scottish Cup run.

5.) 04 Jan 2017 12:51:54
That was some thorough reporting from another obsessed one.

6.) 04 Jan 2017 13:13:27
I have no idea if the OP is a Celtic or Rangers fan but out of interest Ger88, what part or parts of the post do you disagree with and why?

7.) 04 Jan 2017 13:18:24
MW bangs on about partland, has he managed to get us any decent players who's made the grade this year?
I don't think so.
Maybe big fod, but that's about it.

Tav - shocking
Kiernan - shocking
Wilson- complete joke
Windass- brutal.
Crooks-. Getting wages for nothing
Senderos- also wages for nothing.
Halliday- posted missing every game he plays. Nowhere near rangers standard. He should have been sacked instead of Barton.
Forrester, big time Charlie who plays as an individual instead for the team

Rather give youth a chance now instead of any of them playing again,
Young Burt could easily run our midfield.

Warbs need a complete change of tactics. Play 2 through the middle and we would start scoring goals.
Waggy isn't a winger.
Get him and miller or dodoo up top. The goals will start to flow.

A solid 4-4-2 is what we need.

Let's face it we where crap for the full of 2016. The last few months of the championship we where terrible tae.

How warbs and Davie Weir are still in a job is beyond me.

Most of all us bears need to stick together. Not starting any nonsense concerning Dave king and the board.

Is a hard thing piling money into something that you know you'll never get back.
Once we get our retail sorted we will be on a more stable footing.
Probably with more investors.
Hard to get investors just now with the nonsense that's going on with Ashley. He single handedly is the root of our present problem.

8.) 04 Jan 2017 13:28:27
yes cullin72.im an eastender, i usually post on the celtic forum on this site but I read the rangers rumours and banter, a lot of good bloggers on it. saw the original post and thought bears would find my post interesting. no malice at all.

9.) 04 Jan 2017 15:26:28
An interesting post with a lot of information that emphasises how difficult it will be for Scottish Teams to progress in Europe in the future. At least with your team dEBT, your current manager appears to be intent on building a decent squad with some potentially good young players.

10.) 04 Jan 2017 15:29:37
i am surprised anyone had any doubts you are tic supporter.

11.) 04 Jan 2017 17:00:24
Totally agree tom, it really is stacked against Scottish clubs and other leagues outside the big 4 to progress into euro group comps now, that's why it's a great feat for Celtic just to get there, even if we do get into Europe next season it is more likely we wouldn't make the group stage, only my opinion, because we won't invest on players because we can't afford to, unfortunately Celtic will strengthen big time this Jan, so it could be a battle with the sheep for 2nd right until the end of the season, it's going to be a long roan, but I don't think most fans will accept this and will want warbs and weir sacked.

12.) 04 Jan 2017 18:22:29
R. E Naz username says it all really mate :) .
Was an interesting read though will give the guy credit who knows how much that could change for next season but that speaks volumes of what I have been trying to say. Loan singings are fair enough for cover but in terms of building we should be looking at getting a better standard of player tied down in January because by the looks of it Europe League qualification isn't going to be a walk in the park.

13.) 05 Jan 2017 10:09:37
Dolby, I am more of the view that it is King we need to replace than Warburton although if we had a serious owner alongside the three bears then no doubt they would have their own view on who should manage the team.




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16 Jan 2017 09:41:19
Be careful what you wish for lads. RB would require a full rebrand, stadium renamed etc. If that's what you want then fine. I could handle the stadium name being changed but not our name.




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10 Dec 2016 14:26:52
Super I wouldn't waste your time justifying your post, right or wrong who really gives a toss. Some folk on here are not happy unless they constantly attacking what people have to say.




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30 Nov 2016 19:31:10

What age are you? 'As a Celtic supporter I only hate Rangers' you're pathetic.




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09 Oct 2016 14:13:16
@ RossW1995

The Sky TV deal was only because the Old Firm turned their back on Scottish football! They stabbed all the others in the back when we were looking at setting up our own Football TV station.

The Atlantic League is a possibility for me. Champions League football is duller than its ever been. Same teams same results even the tune has started to become tiresome! The Old firm are not wanted in Scotland, only the money their is wanted. So for me leave them all behind and let them feed on what scraps they can find.




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09 Oct 2016 14:03:19
Understand one thing we are BETTER without the ned that is Barton. I could not give a toss about the back papers, they can write what they want like they always do.





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15 Jan 2017 16:05:01
I actually think Holt is a decent wee player, young with potential. he's surrounded by numpties!

McCoist and McDowell have nothing to do with the youth decline. Our circumstances have seen to that. Even when our training park was put together under Advocaat it failed to produce talent for a long time!

We've had a few out of that but nowhere near what should be coming!




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15 Jan 2017 15:40:10
C'mon Jaws Man City are NOT a bad lot, they are currently playing badly!




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15 Jan 2017 15:36:14
The 2 new boys for a start Cee! Perhaps Crooks could have played. oh wait we got rid of him! We have no midfield and we get rid of one!




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15 Jan 2017 14:35:18
I know mate its ridiculous. The 2 weakest links in the squad by a mile!




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15 Jan 2017 13:45:38
Ibra 35
Totti 39
Klose 37
Pirlo 36
Luca Toni 38
Drogba 37
Di Natale 38

The list goes on. Age has nothing to do with deserving a contract. At this moment in time both the players you have mentioned are playing good football. Hill is arguably our best defender! I think Weir was 38/ 39 with us! They are essential behind the scenes also no doubt.

another year for each for me is not a problem. I hope next year we do move on and they have to play less however.