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17 Apr 2018 21:30:46
Just to see if anyone else has heard that hummel are going to be our new kit manufacturers on a 3 year deal! There's a lot of talk on social media of this tonight


1.) 17 Apr 2018 21:40:35
Yeah heard that super although heard it was 4 yr, serious numbers talked about aswell though

2.) 17 Apr 2018 23:52:02
You have spoke that much utter urine on here supercooper that I'd hit the disagree button if you said monkeys climb trees.

3.) 17 Apr 2018 22:25:58
Who cares who manufactures the kit? It's who's wearing it that matters right now.

4.) 17 Apr 2018 22:27:45
StmonkeyRFC, when you say serious numbers were talked about as well, what is the kit deal worth mate?

5.) 18 Apr 2018 08:16:10
Apparently 4m a season

6.) 18 Apr 2018 08:28:14
Aye Hummel is ok if your a youth team my god are we just going to accept anyone to make our strips

7.) 18 Apr 2018 09:46:39
Coop, was Hummel one of your "I can exclusively reveal" manufacturers over the last few months?
As has been said before, if you throw enough names in, you're going to be right some of the time. Now who does that remind me of?

p. s. here are a few full stops for you to use as you seem to have run out.
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8.) 18 Apr 2018 12:27:50
If it’s Hummel who are going to have our famous crest on the tops then they will sell. The money is going to the club and the fans will buy. I remember the old Denmark Hummel tops back in the day and they were classics, the old school stuff is all the rage again and I think if the tops are made by Hummel they would be decent.



09 Apr 2018 22:12:30
Having read dave kings's statement again and digested it thoroughly, there's a good few hints in there guys! The glaring hint for me is, when he clearly mentions stability on the manager situation and the next manager will be a guy the board can trust to take the club forward! A lot think the statement is the death knell for graeme murty here, whereas i think the total opposite!

I think the board and our director of football mark allen think that graeme murty will offer the stability without this continual chopping and changing of the manager! Therefore i personally think still, that graeme murty will be the next permanent rangers manager!

I also think dave king has been clever in his statement, as it will motivate murty and the players even more to finish the season strong, as the job could still be his, especially with the way king has worded the statement! I'm telling you fellow bears our next permanent manager, is the guy who's currently the manager,
graeme murty! Watch this space!


1.) 09 Apr 2018 23:20:52
Graeme Murty will not be manager next season!

2.) 10 Apr 2018 06:07:31
Not saying you're definitely wrong here RonnieR9,but i wouldn't be so sure mate! that's all i'm saying!

3.) 10 Apr 2018 07:44:59
Coops there is another way you can look at this statement he says progress on the pitch has not been as good as he hoped he also wants the best possible manager for the club
and provide stabilty to the manager postion.
If murty was going to get the job then why wait till the summer to provide all of this he could have anounced it this week and gave the player and murty a boost ahead of old firm game.
i really do think deboer will get the job as our new manager

4.) 10 Apr 2018 08:42:19
Murtys already been told he's not going past the summer.

We've been in dialogue with FBD for a while now, originally it was what we could offer vs what he would want to take the job.

For me its a no brainer. If a player is from the outside looking in who do you want to play for? Graeme Murty or Frank De Boer?

FDB all day. Plus he has the credentials for coping with demanding supporters, tried to implement a style of play at CP and got 10 games? CP are a basket case of a club as it is anyways.

It's FDB.

5.) 10 Apr 2018 09:24:15
Frank de boer is a good manager but i honestly think slaven bilic would be an even better choice and of course like de boer, he is also a free agent!

6.) 10 Apr 2018 09:29:53
Frank De Boer, sacked at Inter Milan after 85 days. Sacked at Crystal Palace after 77 days

7.) 10 Apr 2018 09:23:15
If we win on Sunday and finish second in league Murty will get the job on permanent basis. No logical reason why this would not be the case and rightly so. Supercoop is correct that the statement by DK is designed to galvanise and create strong performance on Sunday. We now need to shut up (including the players) and quietly go about our business preparing for Sunday.

8.) 10 Apr 2018 09:43:19
Why do folk think deBoer is the answer, his track record in management is questionable to say the least!

9.) 10 Apr 2018 10:07:44
Statement was just an effort to improve supporter morale on the day season ticket renewals are out.

Cleverly worded in a way that gives hope to people who want Murty and people who want a change.

10.) 10 Apr 2018 10:25:50
deBoer got 85 days at Inter and 5 games at Palace, hardly a fair reflection of what he was trying to impose on the respective teams.

11.) 10 Apr 2018 10:52:26
4 League titles in Holland, better record than any other Manager we have had in years! I don't see many other candidates who would be willing to come to us with those credentials. People asking for Neil Warnock who has never really managed a club anywhere near the level of Ajax. I think De Boer is the perfect fit and have said it before we went for Pedro.

12.) 10 Apr 2018 10:51:09
There is a worry that King words the statement suggesting a new man to help with the season tickets and then cops out after and takes the cheap option with Murty. Still think he will go for a new name as the uproar amongst fans would be epic proportions.

13.) 10 Apr 2018 11:09:48
Goalie as i said the other night about deboer he was never giving a fair chance at inter and palace just look at what he done at ajax winning titles.
As for bilic has club managment career ain't very good either part from one season at west ham

14.) 10 Apr 2018 11:31:53
Craig there is no doubt he had a good record at Ajax. What was his budget there? i'm a fan of Murty and would give him the same budget Pedro wasted ( apart from Candias )

15.) 10 Apr 2018 11:40:19
I am struggling to establish who I would like to see as our next boss, although Deboer played for us is it the right route to go down at this present time, don’t we need an immediate impact manager to halt the eastenders on there route to 10 in a row? I think Deboer would be better suited to come in without the stress of a potential 10 in a row and be able to build his football philosophy from grass roots right through.

16.) 10 Apr 2018 12:41:09
Think it will be Murty. Deboer will want big budget which I don't think we have. Give Murty a few million and think he will do something. Could be wrong and big name may come in.

17.) 10 Apr 2018 14:26:23
FDB has a better winrate percentage than Rodgers, and that's with his two stints at Inter and Palace.

I don't bank on that alone as being a good reason but considering his fit at Ajax and compare that to us its not too far away expectation wise.

The given would be it would mean a greater backing than Murty purely due to the differences in style.

Before anyone drones on about 4-3-3 again and recalls a manager who had an inability to have a plan B, FDB is not like that he's got previous for adapting his team to deal with opponents as well.

18.) 10 Apr 2018 17:15:27
Goalie from what i can see deboer spent 2.5 million on a couple players each season at ajax and there was the odd one over this amount.
but rest of squad was younsters who he devoloped and sold on for good fees and some free players and loans.
Sohe never spent a fortune assembling the ajax teams that one him titles plus he brough a lot of funds in with player sales.

Before people say we can not afford a couple players at that kind of money look at pena herrera morelos cummings murphy these are all decent amounts of money then there wages on top with likes of sendoros kranjcar barton alves all picking up good wages aswell but hardly playing we certainly have had money to spend and will have funds again in the summer

No disrespect to murty but i think he will struggle to attract a better quality of player where deboer or any other bigger name manager could attract better quality.
Just look at celtic some players are only there because it is rodgers in charge and want play under him



05 Apr 2018 16:24:54
Has anyone else heard that we won't be having a new kit manufacturer as such? Heard from a usually reliable source that dave king is going down the same road as david murray did a good few years ago now! Hearing the new rangers kits will be made in house with the view of the club making all the profits with no middle man! This can only be be a good thing if they don't neglect the quality of the tops, like they did the last time! The club could potentially make a killing out of kit sales, if the quality is there!


1.) 05 Apr 2018 19:58:19
Maybe I'm too young to recall but when did Murray do this? I've only seen branded tops in my time.

2.) 05 Apr 2018 20:39:05
They were made in house but I’m sure Umbro paid to have their logo on it. It was something like that but I could be wrong was a good few years ago

3.) 05 Apr 2018 20:52:03
I seem to remember that David Murray or Rangers owned Admiral although I'm not 100%.

It seems like an obvious route to go to maximise revenues from shirt sales but there must be a good reason why more clubs don't do it.

4.) 05 Apr 2018 20:52:17
Ah. I thought he meant unbranded.

5.) 05 Apr 2018 20:52:52
Umbro made the kits under a brand name (Rangers) as far as iam aware. I don't think Dave King will be sitting behind a sewing machine to save a few quid.

6.) 05 Apr 2018 20:54:46
It was diadora who paid to have their logo on the rangers shirts! Marco c, it was the early noughties that we made our own kits! If my memory serves me correct it started on the 2001 / 2002 season mate!

7.) 05 Apr 2018 21:32:14
Cheers coops.

8.) 05 Apr 2018 21:51:02
I seem to remember this period of "own strip making" as the end of our great era. I remember going abroad seeing "their" strips for sale everywhere because they were with Nike, and ours no where to be seen because we had no distribution partners. That was when I first noticed a swing in the balance of power to them. I'm not a fan of this route, better with a global partner.

9.) 05 Apr 2018 22:07:31
Not sure what we gain from making our own strips. If its so profitable why doesn't all the big clubs do it? Surely we can get a decent deal from an established kit maker? And if not, why not?

10.) 06 Apr 2018 01:07:29
Would much rather have adidas or another top brand making making our strips. I remember when we were producing our own tops and the quality was shocking. If they want to break sales records then get a top quality top made and they will fly off the shelves

11.) 06 Apr 2018 05:04:28
All for it to be honest, if they are made well. they would probably outsource it to somewhere cheap overseas like the "big brands" do.

Does the global partner thing matter with our website? Any rangers fan, anywhere in the world can buy from there, cost a wee bit extra in shipping.

12.) 06 Apr 2018 14:26:36
Supercooper is right. David Murray had the shirts made and Diadora apparently paid to have their logo on the shirt. Which tbh I find hard to believe as if they were of inferior quality then they would have been associated with that, why would they risk damaging their brand profile on another manufacturers "cheap" shirt?

13.) 06 Apr 2018 17:10:49
Campo, there is a big market for strips no matter if you support the club and that's how we need a big game player ie Nike or Adidas on board! I remember buying my new Nike Home top back in the day over in Spain even before it was released over here! We are a massive club who can sell jerseys in sports stores all over the world! 🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧

14.) 07 Apr 2018 07:45:58
True buddy, and I do agree its worth considering if the mark up is hypothetically is a few quid per strip via a manufacturer opposed to 20-30 quid doing it ourselves its worth considering surely?

I'm just saying financially if the margins are much better, then it may be better just selling to gers fans lol.

I don't actually think it will happen, I do think a brand will be making them.

15.) 07 Apr 2018 08:45:05
I have a pretty direct source on this. From what I was told, it’s a licensing deal with the kits being made by a third party and badged up as Umbro. It’s not a case of Nike or Adidas signing up to provide kit, more complicated than that apparently. definitely looks like an Umbro branded top though. Some of them were decent before and if we get a better commercial deal and associated income then fine by me. Selfishly, I’d love a Nike kit but that’s just my brand loyalty as a runner!

16.) 07 Apr 2018 09:06:12
So lifelongGer what i gather from your post, regarding our new kits, it won't be umbro who's actually making our kits, so i take it umbro will be paying rangers to have their diamond badge embroidered onto our shirts? No reason to doubt your info mate, i'm only asking the question from what you've heard! It seems this is going to be, like i also had heard and said as much in my OP, the same scenario way back when we produced our own kits in the very early noughties and diadora paid rangers money to have their brand name, sewn into our shirts!

17.) 07 Apr 2018 10:45:52
I think that’s how it works. It goes to an agency company who manufacture and then a brand added, presumably for a fee. Most kits made in the Far East/ Asia regardless but Nike Adidas have both greater buying power and minimum orders which may put clubs/ retailers off. I’m told Umbro will be the likely badge on a kit made by someone else. Seemingly happens a lot but not with Nike, Adidas etc who are the market leaders for quality and so on.



23 Mar 2018 21:37:59
I know the Scotland v Costa Rica game was only a friendly, but i was quite impressed with Oli McBurnie in the lone striker role tonight! Davie Provan actually said during commentary, that he thought McBurnie was the pick of the Scotland new boys tonight! Both kris boyd and Barry Ferguson said at half time that they also liked the look of McBurnie!

He'd be a good signing for us and as we all know he is an avid Rangers fan! He has good movement and work rate and also strong with a turn of pace! He had one chance and sight of goal tonight and hit the target with the keeper saving his shot! He's on loan at Barnsley from Swansea and has been scoring for Barnsley! Could be a good signing for us this summer!


1.) 23 Mar 2018 21:53:10
Ive always liked him played and scored loads for Swansea under 23s as well, tidy player will be well sought after, him and Cummings sharing a room on Scotland duty has a few funny vids as well.

2.) 23 Mar 2018 21:58:08
Far better option than moult, McBurnie and commons would be a cracking partnership

3.) 23 Mar 2018 23:15:54
Are you watching the Scotland game.

4.) 24 Mar 2018 08:01:13
Why wouldn't we be watching the Scotland game? It's our country after all, unbeliever

5.) 24 Mar 2018 09:15:48
Yes it is our country but the Scottish football team is just a puppet off one of the most corrupt and anti rangers institutions this country has ever seen and the fans are also so anti Rangers it is unbelievable.
I didn’t watch it Supercooper but can you tell me did any Rangers player play?
if they did how did they play?
Also what kind of reception did they get from the supposedly best fans in the world The Tartan Army
I went to Wembley with the Tartan Army in 2016 and they way they acted in Trafalguar Square was nothing short of embarrassing
Do you not remember how they treated our players in the past , Black, Wallace, Jack for example.
I for one now couldn’t care less how they get on.
However each to their own, everybody has the right to have their own opinion and watch or don’t watch whoever they want.
For me it’s only all about the Rangers

6.) 24 Mar 2018 09:49:35
Sorry Jumshu, but I could never turn my back on my country like that. Ave said it before. I wouldn't care if any rangers players were in the team. Whoever puts on a scotland top i will support. Its my country. Just want to check though. If the team was full of rangers players and everyone was cheering them on you would be happy to support them? I know what I would say to you. don't bother coming back to watch us. I don't see how a football fan of any club wouldn't support there national team. Maybe that's just me am maybe to but seems really really strange.

7.) 24 Mar 2018 10:03:35
The first thing McBurnie can do if he wants to play for the Gers is pull his socks up and at least look like a player!?

8.) 24 Mar 2018 10:11:00
Is the legends game available for live stream
Today as a don't thing am getting out today will be Monday now save me bored in this ward people thanks

9.) 24 Mar 2018 13:28:49
Rangers tv mate download uktvnow

10.) 24 Mar 2018 15:45:18
Jimshu , ime like you mate in regards the scotland team, i don't care if they win or lose or even play for that matter, and I've only had that attitude since i seen how the s. f. a helped us (not) in our times of trouble, imagine the same sinario happening ar real madrid, do you think the spanish f. a. would have treated any of there clubs so harshly, esspecially with us being the most succesful team in our land/ country.

11.) 24 Mar 2018 19:41:18
I just plane don't have any interest whatsoever in international football. No conspiracy theories, no political ideologies, I just find it boring compared to club football.

12.) 25 Mar 2018 15:14:04
Well i for one am not a massive fan of McBurnie. We need to see past this "Rangers Man" recruitment policy we seem to have had happen in Jan. If you have 90mins of professional football and your a "Rangers Man" then we will have you in attitude doesn't work. We all got carried away (me included) with our run of good form against nobodies. Cup game wins and bottom 6 teams put to the sword. Scoring for fun. An then what happened. Done by the Mhankies with 10 and done by Killie at home. We may struggle once the split comes. We won't beat Hibs, midfield to strong, Celtic the same. Killie again will be difficult. Sheep will roll over and bottle it and Hearts will do the same. We need better standard of player than McBurnie.

13.) 25 Mar 2018 17:08:37
Although I would love for more of our fans to be able to sample the OF atmosphere I feel that watering down their allocation would ultimately detract from that. Think it would be fairer if away allocation was given on a % of seats available basis, seeing as they have 10000 more seats at porkheid.

14.) 26 Mar 2018 16:33:47
Yateley1,i don't care a jot if young oli mcburnie wears his socks around his neck, as long as he done the business and i believe he would do the business for us, up here if we could sign him! I remember a certain mo johnston wearing his socks EXACTLY the same way as mcburnie does and it certainly DIDN'T stop mojo from being a superb striker!



21 Mar 2018 15:12:17
On the daily record website that graeme murty is 1 of the names, at the top of reading's list, of potential new managers, as jaap stam was sacked this morning! Still don't think murty would leave rangers at the moment, to become the new reading manager! He'll at least want to wait until the end of the season, in the hope he gets the permanent rangers manager's job! He has though got a big affection and connection with reading!


1.) 21 Mar 2018 15:43:50
the link is a natural one but Paul Clement is currently 1/ 10 at the bookies so GM still a long shot.

2.) 22 Mar 2018 22:48:06
There is no way Reading will go for Murty as Manager




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19 Apr 2018 15:29:01
What do all other bears think about the strong rumour doing the rounds, that mark allen our DOF, wants man city coach and our ex player,
mikel arteta as the new rangers manager? I know arteta is highly thought of as a coach with a very sharp footballing brain and of course is rated by pep guardiola the city manager! He's still inexperienced as a manager in his own right and that's what would worry me! I know if it did happen then there would undoubtedly be that link to man city for players etc! Thoughts guys?


1.) 19 Apr 2018 15:36:57
Supercoop don't know if this would be good idea. We can't afford another experiment the next guy has got to be manager that's ready to go. i'm not saying arteta might not come good but not at this time.

2.) 19 Apr 2018 15:39:47
I’m quite open to thinking out the box regarding managers but I think where we are now we need a tried and trusted Manager with experience at quite a high level. I don’t think we can afford to go down the road with an untested Manager. It would also depend on how much funds will be available in the summer as to what level we will be looking at.

3.) 19 Apr 2018 15:42:03
not the answer

hope he nowhere near being considered

besides he doesn't like the cold weather.

4.) 19 Apr 2018 15:50:52

We need a experienced manger

5.) 19 Apr 2018 16:16:42
absl no way

no managerial experience

he also ditched us and ran due to homesickness . got as far as goodison

we need experience and a strong hand to get us back on track

6.) 19 Apr 2018 16:33:24
Defo not! we cannot have another experiment we need a tried and tested manager but as usual it will come down to funds my other worry is this, would an experienced successful manager risk his reputation and CV on the shambles we've become I honestly think we are at the edge of an abyss and if we go down it will get out
On another note I wish all these ex and current celtic players would just butt out Rangers have got F!? k all to do with them and I for one couldn't give a monkeys tissue what they say or think

7.) 19 Apr 2018 16:45:03
He is 100% in the mix for the job, I'm no sure he'll leave Pep and City, he is held in high regard at City by Pep and at Arsenal as Wegner offered him a job on the coaching staff. He would be seen as a risk thou but there is NO guarantee a safe pair of hand improve us either currently.

8.) 19 Apr 2018 18:23:38
as we have all stated before next choice has to be the right 1 this is a gamble and 1 we can't afford to take

9.) 19 Apr 2018 18:27:19
Sorry but that’s nonsense he’s not in the running your just making that up



11 Apr 2018 22:16:27
The rangers managerial situation has most definitely picked up pace, following dave king's statement on monday! We've all got our favourites to whom we want, to be the next permanent rangers manager! We've all been on here also talking about rumours we've heard, as to the identity, of our new manager beyond this summer! I many times on here have canvassed for graeme murty, to be given a chance and remain our manager, beyond this season! If it wasn't to be murty, i truly think we should appoint a british manager, with experience in british football! Here's a few that should be well in the frame, if its not going to be murty! See what you think fellow bears! The names of these managers are-stevie clarke,
alex neil, steve McClaren, graham potter with billy reid! If the board were to go foreign then the 2 manager's i would consider the best option would be, slaven bilic and michel preud'homme! let's get the debate started here, what do you think fellow bears, to my own personal suggestions?


1.) 11 Apr 2018 22:36:26
It shocks me the amount of support on this site for a work experience manager to take permanent charge of a situation which clearly needs a top manager. Every performance has been frustrating and difficult to watch and there is no reason at all to think murty will be in charge next season

2.) 11 Apr 2018 23:13:46
Frank de Boer. get your mortgage on it lads.

3.) 12 Apr 2018 06:03:07
Hand on heart here gram, when is anybody for the glasgow rangers manager's job my friend? Sometimes continual chopping and changing managers gets you nowhere and truth be told, in a bigger mess for longterm! IMO, graeme murty has experience and enough support round about him, to do a good job at it! Everyday as ranges manager is a learning day! Stability by giving murty the nod to continue, as manager after this season could be the best thing to do! There's many a young coach who's been thrown in at the deep end, came out the other end, a very good manager! Big appointments either british or foreign guarantees nowt! Every appointment is a gamble so by giving murty the job, at least he knows the workings and the full structure inside out! I truly think stability in keeping murty is the correct thing to do!

4.) 12 Apr 2018 08:37:33
Will get shot down for this what about arsen wenger as next rangers manager haven't heard him sayet he will retire!

5.) 12 Apr 2018 08:41:24
Always like reading your posts Coop👍 It would be interesting how many people we offer the job to, who then say no thanks to King? After having a think Murty is the only option as most Mangers realise how hard it’s going to be to take the title of the east end mob with the prospect of being sacked after 6 months🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧

6.) 12 Apr 2018 12:28:00
Been reading all the proposals for manager and who should come and who should go player wise. Here is the question to be answered, do you want to spend a few million on a manager, or do you want to spend the same millions or more on players. To my mind both are not possible without serious investment.

7.) 12 Apr 2018 12:40:47
Would love to see Wenger at the club but it just won't happen, will it?

8.) 12 Apr 2018 17:01:15
Never thought Brenda would be at the pigery either

9.) 12 Apr 2018 19:05:07
Aye very true blueblood. Getting Wenger along with investment would be a real coup for the club



10 Apr 2018 15:42:52
Whats the chances bears, of steve mcClaren becoming the next permanent rangers manager? One way or the other, i honestly do think our next manager will be british, with an extensive knowledge of the british game! Thoughts bears?


1.) 10 Apr 2018 16:06:53
Supercoop, i think you and i have the same believes. I realise its a banter site and enjoy the banter. Bottom line is King simply cannot get this next appointment wrong. At the end of the day its our season ticket money he is investing, so spend wisely and make the correct decisions.

2.) 10 Apr 2018 18:24:40
Thought you had said you had heard De Boer was getting the job?



08 Apr 2018 13:56:59
Now i'm only asking for fellow bears opinions here guys! After reading ex hearts manager,
robbie neilson's interview this morning,
regarding how he was prepared to wait for his next job, it got me thinking regarding our manager's job! Does any fellow bear, think robbie neilson would be a good appointment for us, to be our next permanent manager?
He has the experience in working well, with a director of football! I actually thought he did a terrific job at hearts and done well at the beginning, with mkdons! They say behind the scenes at mkdons he's actually done a lot of terrific work, that will only be noticed in a couple of years from now!


1.) 08 Apr 2018 14:09:38
Coops i would be very disapointed if we were even linked with him as our new manager if we can get 2nd and win scottish cup its got to be murtys job if not we need a manager with a proven track record

2.) 08 Apr 2018 15:10:13
Supercoop. Would you prefer Neilson that Murty?

3.) 08 Apr 2018 15:50:04
Goalie i think you know the answer to that mate but i'll answer it anyway! I'd prefer graeme murty as he like i've said 'till i'm blue in the face, knows the structure of rangers from top to bottom, he's had 1 impressive transfer window, with our DOF mark allen! With another few transfer windows I honestly think we would improve again! Give murty a chance is what i've always said! I honestly only see murty getting better and better as a manager! I only hope its with us! What about you goalie, who do you prefer murty or neilson?

4.) 08 Apr 2018 15:59:13
Supercoop, its Murty for me. This will probably stir things but i thing Murty would work better without a DOF. i'm saying that because i'm not really a fan of Directors Of Football.

5.) 08 Apr 2018 16:05:07
Peronally I think we should lay off speculation on the job at least till after the semi. let's get behind the team instead!

6.) 08 Apr 2018 17:09:28
Wouldn’t let Robbie Neilson near our club and Supercoop you just about link everyone to us why even bring Neilson up not as if he’s linked to us

7.) 08 Apr 2018 17:38:05
I brought neilson up as we haven't a clue who our next manager will be and he's already worked up here with hearts under a DOF! Get over it gersman, i never said neilson was linked with us! I merely asked the question as like i stated above, we're all in the dark regarding who our board of directors will choose as our next manager!

8.) 08 Apr 2018 18:55:39
Here here Supercoop, I've been on this site for a while now and have come to realise you post valid and accurate information. Respect my man.

9.) 08 Apr 2018 19:08:27
I’m not saying he doesn’t post reliable stuff but the Neilson post is crap it’s as if you just post stuff like that out of Bordem between that and the polls it’s no wonder you get some information correct as you post about everything and anyone

10.) 08 Apr 2018 20:13:55
Now now gersman don't be jealous pal! Just because goalie gave me a much appreciated compliment doesn't mean to say you start throwing your rattles out the pram! Behave yourself for god's sake! Its glasgow rangers football talk and debating!

11.) 09 Apr 2018 09:00:49
Neilson would be another terrible appointment and wouldn’t last longer than Pedro. Why would we want a guy who failed at the MK Dons?

12.) 09 Apr 2018 09:09:39

I wouldn’t bother what supercooper says as he is known for backing everyone and anyone for the managers job. He also has a habit of trying to imply he knows what’s going on with player signings at the club and names everyone hoping he gets it right. He also was a big supporter of Warburton and Pedro and wanted a statue erected for McParland. However he could make himself useful by telling us all his picks for this weeks Grand National so we know which horses to avoid. Honestly never known anyone who can back so many losers



07 Apr 2018 22:15:58
I know i like a poll guys but I feel with our very important old firm semi final coming up next sunday, i would be much obliged ED, if you would kindly run this poll for me amongst all us fellow bears! I said coming back from today's game against dundee, that i would want murty to start andy halliday, against celtic next sunday in the semi final, to add a bit of steel and dig to our very lightweight midfield! Halliday played well against dundee today, when he came on for greg docherty! So ED, could you please run a poll ie. should andy halliday start in our midfield against celtic, in the scottish cup semi final at hampden, next sunday! Cheers ED!


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andy halliday Poll

1.) 08 Apr 2018 09:07:00
Halliday has been rank rotten for us since we got back to the premiership he isn’t good enough. Has a decent 25 mins yesterday then all of a sudden he is the answer for next week. Think some people need to calm down

2.) 08 Apr 2018 10:29:23
he played well against a tiring dundee. if he played first half they would have one. dorrans and docherty were both rank, lost count of wayward passes from dorrans




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19 Apr 2018 22:41:41
Stevie clarke would be a good appointment Harhun! The thing is do you think this board of ours could convince him to take the rangers manager's job? Clarke has a lot of experience within the british game, with good contacts! The job he's done at kilmarnock with buttons, is quite stunning!




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18 Apr 2018 18:08:12
I wonder what manager they're going to pay 2million quid a year for?




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17 Apr 2018 22:27:45
StmonkeyRFC, when you say serious numbers were talked about as well, what is the kit deal worth mate?




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16 Apr 2018 22:40:57
Thats a blessing mate, that delboy mcinnes knocked us back! Number one target, i'm laughing my head off at the thought! The only thing mcinnes is no.1 at, is being a total bottler mate! Big bullet dodged there!




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16 Apr 2018 19:21:41
I know what you're saying HighlandBear81,but imho no good sought after manager will come in this late in the season! If its not murty 'till the end of the campaign,
then it will be personnel from within, who will take the reigns until the end of the season!





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19 Apr 2018 21:29:51
Water off a duck's back trust me guys! Without being arrogant i've got more knowledge about rangers and football in general, than any of the above will ever have Frustrated blue! So you don't have to feel sorry for me mate! Anyone who knows me would testify to that!




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19 Apr 2018 06:05:04
Totally with you here, StmonkeyRFC! I don't care who our kit manufacturers are, just as long as financially, its the best deal for our club! I for one, will most certainly be buying the new hummel rangers kit! It will be a terrific seller, guaranteed!




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19 Apr 2018 06:00:44
Biglach62,can't agree with you regarding stevie clarke mate! To a lesser extent alex neil also! I totally agree with you the derek mcinnes should never have been considered for the rangers manager's job, in the first place and should quite simply, never be considered again! Who do you want mate? Because from where i see it stevie clarke with his extensive knowledge and experience of british football, would be a good appointment, as our next manager! We're not going to get pep guardiola or jose mourinho my friend! Of course we want a good manager but we also have to get real!




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18 Apr 2018 18:01:26
The shirt sponsor is still 32Red mate




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17 Apr 2018 22:24:11
StmonkeyRFC, i know middlesborough a week or so ago, went back to hummel, as their new kit manufacturers, that they had in the 80's! I read middlesborough and hummel renew an old partnership, to replace adidas, as their new kit makers starting next season. I'm like you mate, that as long as its the best deal, moneywise for our club and has our iconic scrolled RFC badge on the left hand side of the jersey, i also couldn't care less who manufactures our new kit! Although we all have our favourite sports brands, its more about a good design for the kit and good quality for me, well in front of who is actually the manufacturer! Totally agree with you here mate!