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11 Jan 2018 07:32:04
I'm a rangers man, does this mean the club should sign me? I for one am sick to death of hearing this,

Alliances mean nothing to me, I'd rather have 11 technically great Roman Catholics in my team who grew up season ticket holders at parkhead than bog standard rangers fans, ability should always come first when it comes to representing Glasgow Rangers, ability should always be number 1 priority. I'm sure anyone with a Brain would agree also,

Time some fans got a grip and got out this, rangers men mentality because it blatantly hasn't worked in the previous 5 years!

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11 Jan 2018 08:25:42
Well said Mcdougall, look how much alliances meant in 2012 when one or two of the so called Rangers men walked away from us in our hour of need. We need young quality regardless of what team they supported growing up which we can then develop and hopefully sell on for a decent profit. Right now its the only buisness model we can adopt that will make us self sufficient.

11 Jan 2018 13:16:01
I see what your saying McDougall ability should come first of course and I have no issue with signing catholics, but we are not in a position to go out and sign first class ability so it comes down to average player vs average player who's a fan. Looking at the most successful clubs they have their own fans and ex players working at every level Juve, Bayern, Ajax etc. If we forget our history we might as well be a new club. There are obvious reasons why things haven't worked out in the last five years I don't think the Rangers men mentality was one of them. It worked for the previous 140 years and it certainly worked for Walter.

11 Jan 2018 13:58:37
I honestly don’t think fans wanting “Rangers men” has anything to do with religion. The dark days are in the past and rightfully so. As I truly think and hope most fans would agree with.

I’m 30 years old and the rangers we have had the last 5 years isn’t the one I have known the rest of my life. I grew up watching players give their all for the shirt, players who were hungry to succeed and players who were truly hurt and pi**ed off when we lost.

Look at novo, ricksen, prso or big ammo. All of them arrived at Ibrox with different backgrounds but all left true rangers men. It has nothing to do with religion but all to do with attitude and desire.

Sadly with the money we have at the moment and the money currently in the game, this sort of player is hard to get. So the logic in buying players who have supported the club and will naturally have a desire to thrive actually makes sense to me.

11 Jan 2018 15:54:56
Mentality and ability over allegiance.

However, it doesn't hurt to have some people who care at the club, as it is evident there were 2 or 3 brought in last summer and the season before who don't/ didn't.

I think we should just focus on the future and try to pull together as fans, it's constant greeting about something from our support, worse than ever due to social media. (Had we have been winning we wouldn't even be discussing this, everything is over analysed when a team are simply not good enough) .

12 Jan 2018 00:59:40
Ability, ambition and character is what we need, don’t know what all this rubbish about alliances is about.

12 Jan 2018 01:00:41
Get Mcdougall signed up he's a rangers man!

12 Jan 2018 01:10:48
Yet worked for the previous 145!

12 Jan 2018 01:17:29
OK, what if a chineese consortium buys celtic and desmond then buys Rangers and appoints lennon as manager and signs broon as captain is that still Rangers we are supporting? Rangers are more than a club.







 

 

 
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