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17 Mar 2019 16:06:18
I've read a lot on hear about making progress. Define progress? Progress to me is getting close to celtic and stopping 10. Our 1st season back in the Premier league, celtic were 39 points in front of us, last season, they were 12 in front of us, they are 10 just now and in all likely hood it will be 13 after the 31st and we look like we'll continue to drop points so they'll be double figures ahead again at the end of the season - is that really progress? Progress is having a plan/ direction, we brought in Davis and Defoe on loan's (both towards the end of their careers), loans from here there and everywhere yet we have our own players sitting on the bench not getting a look in. Yes, Europe was nice and exciting but tbh, I'm more interested in stopping 10. Today's result at Dens showed the difference, they have players who are up for the fight and willing to dig in and never give up. Do we? Look at Gerard on the touch line, stands like a statue, it's as if he's given up on the season and if the players get that vibe, then it'll rub off on them. We have been rotten since the new year, the only teams we have beaten comfortably are the bottom 6 teams, which doesn't really suggest progress.

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17 Mar 2019 16:45:14
Sir Struth totally entitled to your opinion on steven gerrard and i totally respect that mate. A shouting manager going absolute nuts at the sidelines, doesn't mean he's not passionate or doesn't care. Manager's all have different ways, but the only thing that matters is if they can get results. Gerrard started his tenure as rangers manager very well.
Of course it has petered off and his first season in the job, has been inconsistent. There's a decent team within our squad, which has been proven no doubt. To be honest i didn't expect us to win the league this year, as with the high changeover of players, there was always the danger of up and down,
Inconsistentencys within his first season of the rebuild of us. Imo we will be a whole lot better next season, under steven gerrard, as i truly believe, without a doubt that he'll sort us out and become a good rangers manager! Gerrard is inexperienced and learning all the time and you always learn more from adversity in football management. I totally back gerrard for at the very least another season, as chopping and changing manager's, is not the answer and will get our club nowhere and set us back even further, in my opinion! let's stick with and back steven gerrard and give him the time it was always going to require, to give celtic a right good challenge, for every domestic trophy available! Let's go! For all on here who want gerrard already changed as our manager, who do you want then as rangers manager? Everyone has their opinions, of which they're entitled to, so let's see who the gerrard doubters want, as the replacement rangers manager! Should be very interesting this.

17 Mar 2019 16:51:30
We have not made progress, said it for weeks👍.

17 Mar 2019 17:09:25
Again coop it would have to be the same answer as the other day. How many times you going to ask the same question? 👍.

17 Mar 2019 17:30:55
Coldo don’t entertain him. He constantly contradicts himself on here and thinks he has a superior level of knowledge above everyone else. Just spend a few hrs scrolking through here and you’ll se that. Highly rates everyone when signed then bags them when someone else says they’re not performing. He has the tone of a teacher and we are all kids 😂😂 He spouted the same stuff about Warburton as well.

17 Mar 2019 17:48:25
If you don't want gerrard coldo, how many times are you going to evade the question then? let's hear your choice to replace steven gerrard.

17 Mar 2019 18:01:05
Good post SC, we have to give our manager time to learn and time to get us playing the way he wants, and time to improve the squad quality. Rome wasn't built in a day and we are hopefully on a long term plan here.

17 Mar 2019 18:10:37
I don’t believe replacing Gerrard is the right thing to do but he really does need an excellent transfer window. Only downside for him having us qualify for the group stages of europa league is that people will expect that again this year. Going to be extremely difficult to qualify again and even more pressure will be heaped on him and the players. At present the current players can’t handle pressure so this transfer window is massive for us.

17 Mar 2019 19:43:58
Coop I have never said that I don't want gerrard or I want him sacked. All I have done is point out his flaws and prove over the last two weeks that we haven't progressed domestically under gerrard👍. What I did say was if gerrard goes then I want a manager who is tactically competent and who will have us challenging. Again that rules out billy davies. I also said that gerrard won't get the same "learning time" next season. After the way mcinnes or clarke have taught us lessons in tactics, both would be a good shout. Before you comeback with your usual gerrard is god and better than mcinnes and clarke, check the stats for them against us and how they have schooled us on a fraction of our budget👍. L17MAC, I know coop is full of pi$$, I have been reading it since he was warb15👍.

17 Mar 2019 20:14:38
Coop, its time to take the blue tinted glasses off and speak the truth. I admire your loyalty though.

17 Mar 2019 22:10:28
We have beaten Kille twice this season.

18 Mar 2019 06:44:07
Coldo, steve clarke is a really good manager, who's doing an amazing job at kilmarnock. Clarke has also done well in england as a manager and a no.2.He had west brom finishing in the top 10 in the premiership, in his first season as their manager. Now onto derek mcinnes. He's done well at aberdeen and st. johnstone, but a massive failure in the english championship, with bristol city,
where he was sacked of course, Delboy mcinnes ain't in steve clarke's league mate, simple as that. Derek mcinnes IMHO ain't good enough to be the rangers manager,
Whereas clarke is!

18 Mar 2019 15:19:17
Coop, walter smith failed in England but was a hit up here. what's the difference between mcinnes failing in England and smith failing in England? or is it because mcinnes rejected us and you can't handle that? its absolutely irrelevant that mcinnes failed in England.







 

 

 
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