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25 Apr 2018 18:45:47
exactly honda

people on here bit confused about DoF role

he does not ‘dictate’ anything and decisions aren’t made solely on his ’authority’

his remit is to identify signings for board and head coach who are resp for making final decision

as for head coach himself, DoF will deliver a list of suitable candidates and board will decide.

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24 Apr 2018 22:16:30
thought i read somewhere king was a lpool fan as a lad

rossiter got gerrard tkt for OF game

no way gerrard will be new manager - board cannot afford anymore managerial cock ups

after mccoist warbs caixinha murty twice and even tried and failed to get mcinness ! going for a manager with no experience wld be suicide

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23 Apr 2018 19:19:05
i heard a whisper wes to QPR and shagger back in

prepared to be proven wrong but i don’t want de boer

the ‘total football’ dutch philosophy / Barcelona tiki taka has been proven unless you have world class players doesn’t work in SPL - so he’s not for me

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21 Apr 2018 07:22:40
thing i’m most concerned about re new manager, and it’s not really been covered on these boards, is what experienced man wld be prepared to work under DoF?

in terms of recruitment i’ve always thought that’s key to any managers success, recruit well regardless of size of budget and you’ve got half a chance but who exactly wld be scouting / signing players; is it DoF or the manager

worrying times bears as I don’t think a Moyes or a Bilic or a Warnock or whoever we go for wld work like that

hope i’m wrong

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16 Apr 2018 11:58:58
ok first of all we were atrocious and they deserved to win absl no question they strolled it and the score cld have been bigger. fact

however 1st pen was a tug a yard outside the box take off your green tinted specs timmy

if that was a pen for us the open line wld be in meltdown with all the usual conspiracies and establishment refs guff . it was a red card but never ever a pen.

that decision would not have changed result but it was still wrong decision just like sterling pen for man city at spurs - it was a yard outside the box

if you can’t see that have another look i know a good guide dog if you need it

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21 Apr 2018 21:08:27
spot on coop

manager still most important figure at any club he sets tone for training, tactics, fitness, recruitment, team
spirit and most of all standards

we need a proper experienced manager so we must to push boat out and make a statement and sign the absl best candidate we can as far too often we settle for 2nd best and mediocrity

this time board must get it right we have to appoint a strong man who’ll take this entire club by scruff of neck and sort it out root and branch.

get right manager right players will follow either from within or bought in externally - a good manager shd be able to improve what we have and spot what we need

over to you Mr King - it’s time to put up or shut up you’ve done a good job so far but next step is the biggest slog all time to be brave

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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

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16 Apr 2018 17:40:58
agree with every word jack

i’ve just snapped my cruciate and my physio is a big jungle

i had to sit through all his gloating this morning but thing that hurt the most was he said what’s happening to rangers just now wldnt happen to sellic as their fans wldnt put up with all the crap that’s gone on with whyte and greene etc etc 1 charlatan after another ripping the club off - sellic fans wld stand up for their club and make change happen unlike us

i thought the cruciate was sore but having him
have a go at my club, my team is 1 thing but putting boot into my fellow fans is another. I fought our corner best I could but hangover today was worse than i thought

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13 Apr 2018 15:04:50
sorry k what evidence do you actually have that the club either allowed or forced either player to leave?

there are far too many people believing the utter tosh written in the press and have no idea what agents demands actually are

i personally know an agent who has signed players for both halves of OF and he openly admits he’s out to get as much money for himself and player as he possibly can regardless of form, stability, injuries, long term
career prospects, national team call ups, players well-being. you name it they want 1 thing. money

if their demands are ridiculous and refuse to allow player to sign a new deal how are club forcing or allowing players to move?

they aren’t it’s down to the agents

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07 Apr 2018 10:11:50
i’ve had my season book and same seat since 89 (my dad wldnt let me go before then said i was too young! )

i’ll be renewing as Rangers are my life, it’s that simple there isn’t an hour goes past i don’t think about results formations, performances, the future, the past .

i totally get how expensive it is and how poor it’s been last few years so everyone is entitled to their opinion and can spend their time and money as they see fit

but i’ll be renewing as i still luv that feeling walking over the footbridge knowing you are going to see goals and a win for my beloved rangers. Ok it doesn't always turn out that way but i’ve had far far more good times than bad so I’ll be there

as the song goes follow follow.

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