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  1. https://www.gersnet.co.uk/index.php/news-category/current-affairs/1257-review-of-the-rangers-accounts-2020 Overview The release of the annual accounts on a Friday evening wasn’t a good sign. I was concerned when I downloaded them and they were worse than I had expected, showing a headline loss before tax of £17.8m but is it as bad as it seems? Yes and no. · No, the loss is funded by the directors/investors who have converted most of their loans into share capital. · No, we could have sold players to eliminate the loss if we s
    12 points
  2. The bheasts would be better off paying for us to go to Dubai for a winter training camp!
    11 points
  3. When you and Bluedell got married which one of you was the bride? To be fair I'm sure you both look good in blue, everyone does.
    11 points
  4. If Club 1872 is a truly a members organisation then surely it would ask the members how they want their donations spent? They should ask the following question to members. How would you like your donations to be invested in Rangers shares A - all my donation/s used to purchase shares directly from Dave King's holding. B - all my donation/s used to purchase new shares directly from Rangers. C - 50% of my donation/s used to buy shares directly from Dave King and 50% of my donation/s used to purchase shares directly from Rangers.
    10 points
  5. 'One Game at a Time' - a hackneyed old phrase or a necessary strategy going forward? Starting this Thursday, the 26th November we play Benfica at Ibrox in a Europa Group stage match. Ending on the 30th December, we play St Mirren away in our last Premiership game of the year. It's a total of eleven games in thirty-four days. Do the arithmetic, that's one match every three days. We have a large squad, we are playing extremely well, and our mental approach appears to have improved. This run of matches will be a real test, knocks, strains, and injuries will kick in. Suspensions, refer
    10 points
  6. I wish that someone would just cancel international friendly matches. It's completely pointless to continue with them at the moment.
    9 points
  7. Perhaps this will be counter productive for those Celtic fans who want rid of Lennon. Had this happened when fans were in the ground, Banners and chants against the manager/board are often effective. Fighting with the police in the street is less so. You get to the situation that the club cant be seen to give in to such scenes. Lennon may well go but these demos are more likely to delay that event.
    8 points
  8. Thought I'd update you with some stats from our forum MotM votes so far this season. Enjoy! Votes Cast (at time of image creation): 513 Games Played (including Leverkusen 2nd Leg): 22 Number of Different MotM Winners: 10 Current Leader: James Tavernier (5 awards / 19.5% of the total votes cast)
    8 points
  9. These things always break down into "That was criminal! Heads must roll!" versus "Whit ye greetin aboot! Get some perspective!". Understandable - everyone's upset, or terrified that "everyone's upset" will become the narrative among the support as a whole. It won't. The Sparta Prague result ensured the momentum is still all ours in every respect. I said before the game this was a free hit. A lot of us did. The team have absolutely earned such a big, glamour night with no worries or pressure from us. They deserved this fixture, on the ground where the last Champions League final was play
    8 points
  10. What about Ryan Jackdaw and Conner Goldfinch? I'll get ma coat...........
    8 points
  11. For those yearning for a sustainable model going forward this proposal takes us futher from that goal not closer.
    7 points
  12. Hoping to have an interview with King on our podcast at some point. All sensible questions for consideration can be posted in this thread or privately to me.
    7 points
  13. Amen to that. There were times I wondered if I'd ever see the good times again and there's no way I'm going to waste one minute of this by fretting over trivial issues. One day soon we're going to see silverware lifted by a Rangers captain and "the journey" will be over. And you know the best thing ? All those bastards who tried to do us down will be there to watch us arrive.
    7 points
  14. He owes the Forum, after jinxing yesterday's result at Easter Road.
    7 points
  15. The criticism of McBurnie is ridiculous and you can't help feel his stated club allegiances play a part. It's not like he's keeping someone better out of the team, when Dykes is fit he plays and McBurnie is the sub, it's hard to think of a Scottish striker any better after that. Griffiths, if fit and in form, would probably be picked ahead of him, and it would be hard to argue with that based on footballing ability. But Griffiths is clearly not fit or in any kind of form and it underlines the lack of quality that he's even making the squad currently. The players themselves can see Griffiths is
    7 points
  16. Just watched the whole game again. Wasn't easy but had to do it. When they're live, I watch these games through a filter of sweat and dread so cannae really judge objectively. But with this one I had to know if I'd just imagined how good we were because of the stadium we were playing in and the club we were playing against. Nah - wasn't imagining it. We were achingly gorgeous. A painful watch precisely because we were every bit as brilliant - or at least as in control against ten men in a seriously entertaining and thrilling way - as I imagined. We were beautiful. Then we took our eye
    7 points
  17. The fewer coefficient points they have the harder the draw. I wanted them to make the group stages for one reason alone - they would have Sunday/Thursday/Sunday football just like us. Beyond that I hope they get pumped every game. if we take care of OUR business then we won’t be finishing second. But to take your point and reverse it.... what if WE WIN the league and they finish second and WE get into the Champions League ? Then it’s US who get the financial benefit and they will still have Champions League salaries and nowhere near the revenue. They coul
    7 points
  18. Where's Chris? BBC Scotland's Sports News Correspondent did a one minute piece to camera from his home on Friday. He looked distressed, describing the pain of Prague. Neil promised a, "change of culture" but another 4-1 humping ensued at the hands of Sparta. Chris lamented the loss of European football. Chris did not mention Rangers, nor their continued topping of Europa Cup Group D, and ignored the fact that another Scots club had played in the same competition the night before. Chris did not appear on BBC Radio Scotland's Friday evening Sportsound. Studio discussion
    6 points
  19. There were NHS staff worked off their feet. There were NHS staff who were doing even less than normal. Do they all get the bribe? What about the wee girls working the checkouts at Asda? No furlough and exposed to danger of infection daily.
    6 points
  20. Me. I'm a woman's blouse. I'm uncomfortable gloating this early. It's too much like counting your chickens before they've hatched. I'd prefer to leave it all until season's end.
    6 points
  21. I' just like to say a word of thanks to @craig for not fucking up the Celtic result this week.🤣
    6 points
  22. Reminder. It's Thursday 26th November, tonight we play a renowned European side with genuine pedigree, Benfica. We have the opportunity of qualifying for the knock out stages of the Europa Cup after four group stage games. Meanwhile, ra Sellik travel to Prague hoping for a miracle. They sit bottom of their Europa Cup group. I watched BBC Scotland's news bulletin at 13.30 hrs, and they reminded viewers of tonight's football and coverage on BBC Radio Scotland. Here's the reminder, both clubs have elderly, infirm, lonely, remotely isolated, and living those lives on fixed
    6 points
  23. That's nothing, Scotland players managed that last night when shooting at goal.
    6 points
  24. Now let me start this and be very clear I am not comparing teams or squads , however , and it’s only an opinion , not since Dick Advocatts era , can I remember a time where I simply don’t know our best team , I can’t pay this squad a higher compliment , they are awesome , I lovevwatching this team play .
    6 points
  25. 5 points
  26. I find it hard to get annoyed with this Rangers side. Which feels weird. Not at our best but could've scored a handful against a decent Belgian side. Not bad.
    5 points
  27. Another fantastic result tonight, you can't always be great, however we showed tonight we just don't give up, again, we really do have a great mentality running through this team, excellent!.
    5 points
  28. I don't think anyone doubts the debt of gratitude we owe Dave King, I dread to think where we'd be today without him and the Three Bears and I say that unequivocally. However that doesn't mean we can't doubt the timing and method of what's currently being proposed or rather imposed if you wish.
    5 points
  29. Just to emphasise that the club needs £14.4m of additional cash for next season. We seem to be saying that we don't care about that. We could raise the vast majority of it but rather than use it to help the club, we're going to give it to Dave King and just sit back and let Douglas Park and John Bennett supply the funding. Is that attitude more likely or less likely for Park and Bennett to continue to put money into the club? These are presumably emotional guys who may turn round and say "fuck it. If you're giving your cash to King , why should we give our cash to the
    5 points
  30. Can’t remember the name of the team but the manager’s Rasashma Farahwore.
    5 points
  31. Sturgeon’s body language in the two clips has every manifestation of falsehood and guilt.
    5 points
  32. I find it crazy that some Rangers fans are complaining about any of our matches just now! I know every fan is entitled an opinion, however opinions is all they are. Our manager and his backroom staff are the professionals and are paid to make the team successful and so far they are on track. I mentioned on here the other day how good a team we are! brilliant to watch! still unbeaten in all competitions!. Fantastic to what we have been seeing since 2012. We were all sitting in a packed Ibrox watching dross on our way back up the leagues, yet here we are playing excellent football
    5 points
  33. What a shocker - we're not perfect. Whisper it, we sometimes make mistakes. There is no absolute in football, only progress and improvement, a moment's success or failure. Everything is only ever relative. We're a better team than we were, we play better football than we did, we're a better team than Celtic, we're an inferior team to Liverpool, we need to be an even better team next season. We'll never be perfect, we'll always make mistakes and accepting that allows us to focus on the bigger picture and remain positive about games like last night. What we're achieving in Europe si
    5 points
  34. For everyone justifiably disappointed by drawing at home against Benfica after being 2 up and having a stonewall penalty ruled out by the blind linesman , just pause and draw breath , think back to a small filed in Luxembourg a few short years ago. This team are amazing IMHO , I'm so so proud of them and love watching them , we had a midfield that cost 50 grand , not 50 million , 50 thousand pounds .just let that sink in , 1 more point seals qualification .
    5 points
  35. I hope we keep this current confidence handy because the chance of going through an entire season without a wobble is somewhere between slim and none at all. I just hope we can control the usual instant panic when we stumble.
    5 points
  36. I actually hope not. 👀 I think we've suited having no fans.
    5 points
  37. If the unionist parties on both sides of the border would say these things more often and keep on saying them loud and clear, the SNP popularity would decline swiftly. The SNP has prospered in a vacuum of silence and the absence of meaningful challenge. That can change.
    5 points
  38. Sturgeon criticised Scottish football following the Aberdeen 8 and Bolingoli incidents so the SFA said they would increase penalties for future breaches. It's no surprise that these 2 received bigger punishments as everyone was warned that would happen.
    5 points
  39. Steve Clarke is a Genius. The international break lasted a fortnight. Scotland played three games, drew 1-1 in Serbia, and lost 1-0 in both Slovakia and Israel. The Serbian game was a final qualifier for Euro'20, thus went to penalties and Scotland triumphed 5-4. Steve Clarks has managed to accomplish something that George Burley, Craig Levein, Walter Smith, Alex McLeish, and Gordon Strachan could not. Our qualification has been backdoor, and the result of converting ten penalties in a row. Both Israel and Serbia could only manage eight. Steve Clarke is a genius. Steve
    5 points
  40. Fortunately, I'm only aware of one club. So long as Rangers weather the storm in one piece.
    5 points
  41. In opinion, this one was perfect. It just looks like a proper kilt. The new one is just way to bright and blue for many people to wear at a wedding.
    5 points
  42. The way Rangers FC have been treated by the SFA & all Scottish fans, and the way any Rangers player is treated by the tranny army I can tell you I will never forgive them, never, I just don't care if they win or lose! but I have no problem with any Rangers fan who still supports Scotland, each to their own.
    5 points
  43. Absolutely faultless display from every one of those players and they deserve immense credit given that late disappointment in Lisbon. A pleasure to watch this team in full flow. Unplayable at times. Just a pity we have another international break to interrupt us.
    5 points
  44. The main objective of most large charities is to raise revenue to pay the salaries of their own full time employees. They prey on the gullible, capitalise the virtue signallers and have no qualms distorting facts to justify their causes. There is a place for charities, of course, but I'm very discerning in regards to my own contributions.
    5 points
  45. A wee reminder of how far we have come in a few years. Bench from first game of the 16/17 season, Dodoo, Forrester, Hodson, Rossiter, Holt, Gilks, O'Halloran Bench in last league game, Bassey, Hagi, Defoe, Davis, Kamara, Barker, Roofe, Balogun, McLaughlin
    5 points
  46. Just shows how far we have come , some of our play , albeit against 10 men , was exquisite . yes we lost a couple of poor goals but we scored a couple of crackers , and just remember our midfield cost £50,000 , end off .
    5 points
  47. Has Peter voted on behalf of Dundee yet? Or, has Peter decided Dundee's vote is to be misplaced, again? Do Dundee know how Peter voted on their behalf?
    5 points
  48. I just seen that they've been beaten 5 times in 10 games? Is that right? Horrendous run. My issue is that none of those defeats were in the league, which is all that matters to me. Glass half empty.
    4 points
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