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  1. 16 points
    I met Jake Hastie's parents today and I'm sure they will be OK for me to say a few things they told me. Firstly they told me Jake had signed before it was on the news (also told me keep quiet until it was out in the news but that didn't last long), they also told me a few stories about when they met with Gerrard and Allen etc last week. They were assured by them that Jake will be in the first team squad and won't be loaned out or put back to the academy team as they had their own reservations about getting game time and how it would affect Jake's progress and seen no point in signing if he wasn't going to be in the first team squad. But they also told me Gerrard told them it's now up to Jake to prove himself in training that deserves a chance but they all rate him very highly, more so than Middleton. Aberdeen guaranteed him first team football but changed their deal at the last minute but he didn't fancy it anyway. The tims again went about trying to get the deal done on the cheap and they were not impressed at all and was never really a goer. He also had offers from England and abroad but like before they want to stay in Scotland for now anyway. He's been told he'll be lucky to get any more game time at Motherwell and was snubbed at the awards last night by virtually everyone there. I'm so pleased for the young man and his family and hope he takes his chance and does very well for us....
  2. 14 points
    I suspect Sunday afternoon/evening last, might be viewed as a series of defining moments in PQ's attempt to provide definition on Strict Liability? The live broadcast of BBC Radio Scotland's coverage of the Scottish Cup semi-final between Aberdeen and ra Sellik put together with an early evening Sportscene highlights the shimmering mess they have got themselves into. PQ demand answers to questions they don't even dare to ask themselves, because those questions are too uncomfortable. A Dandy Dons/Yahoo fixture is what they live for, it's perfect harmony. You have Big Dick presenting, Liam McLeod commentating, Tom English, Pat Bonner, and Wullie Miller adding colour. The vox-pops are provided by Tyrone Smith; it's all safe, contained to only supporters of both clubs, no awkward or inconvenient comments guaranteed. Mutual masturbation is actively encouraged. It has been established, Rangers under Gerrard have not improved, the oligopoly of the last several seasons remains preserved. We have a monthly period where pyrotechnics have been lobbed on to playing areas at Paisley by Yahoos, the same supporters aim sectarian chanting at both Steven Gerrard and Jimmy Bell. Motherwell fans throw a lighter, a pie, and a few coins at Rangers skipper, James Tavernier, Jambos and Hibees add to the pyro party, and add a touch of creativity by shying a coconut. A Hibby is jailed for 100 days for attempting to attack James Tavernier. All this in the immediate wake of Aberdeen supporters subjecting Gerrard to sectarian chanting and offering a few ditties about the Ibrox Disaster. Just before that, Rangers supporters sectarianly abused Killie boss, Steve Clarke; days before this, Sellik supporters did the same to Killie striker, Kris Boyd and pelted him with coins. I hope you can pick the needle out of the above haystack? Beeb Scotland went BIG with 'Strict Liability' on one issue in that morass. We had demands from Michael Stewart, DrStu', and Tom English for strict liability now. We had pleas from presenters on both radio and TV, after the obligatory phone-in/studio discussion had concluded that the Scottish Government must step in and deal with the issue. The national broadcaster is the biggest megaphone in the land and the volume was turned up to eleven. Steve Clarke had defined the issue, "it was something from the dark ages". As far as the rest of, the overwhelming mass of the haystack; PQ treated that as a whiter shade of pale. Calls for strict liability diminished, then disappeared. In fact the current standing from the politically motivated Michael Stewart stands thus, "we need to get a collective approach to try and tackle this and stamp it out". His lame and limp offering from Sunday night's Sportscene. Michael's political muse, Scottish Justice Minister, Humza Yousaf began the week threatening Scottish football clubs. He demanded the clubs tell him of their plans to deal with this vague and unquantified issue? Last weekend, BBC Scotland's Chief Sports Correspondent, Chris McLaughlin added to the debate by visiting Holland. The Dutch had implemented strict liability and Chris was anxious to present the benefits to both game and society. A several minute film, a few reinforcing chats with shows' hosts, and a piece on the Beeb website told us .............. nothing. A day after broadcast, Tuesday's Champions League quarter-final between Ajax and Juventus saw 146 arrests. An exercise in Double Dutch from Chris, who would have thought? PQ have told us pesky license fee paying Rangers supporters, "we are Editorially fair". I have watched this last month how they exercise editorial fairness. Each incident is reported, thus they can make the statement. It is reported on Ceefax or inserted into their website as seventh item, eg McInnes claiming his red card at Hampden was a direct result of gesturing after being subject to sectarian abuse from the self proclaimed GFITW. This appeared on both Ceefax and the website and disappeared after four hours. There are no discussions, phone-ins, studio guests, ........... etc. The megaphone is severely muted. So, where does this leave us? Will the usual suspects at PQ answer these awkward questions? 1. Can we agree, Steve Clarke's outrage at being sectarianly targeted by Rangers supporters would have carried far more substantial weight, if he had condemned those Celtic supporters doing the very same to his club's captain, Kris Boyd, just three days previously? 2. Similarly, Derek McInnes and his being sent to the stand. Again, would his claims carry more purchase if he had commented/condemned Aberdeen fans for singing the very same song at Steven Gerrard? Further, his gesture to the Celtic support is the very same gesture utilised by Scott Brown to the Rangers supporters at Celtic Park. Brown has not been punished, why was McInnes sanctioned? 3. Long term PQ employee, Derek Ferguson utilised the available megaphone to claim Rangers keeper, Alan McGregor had deliberately set out to do his son, Aberdeen midfielder, Lewis Ferguson. McGregor was cited by the Compliance Officer and suspended for two matches. Does Derek intend to pick up the megaphone again and claim his son set out to do Rogic? 4. Will Chris McLaughlin interview Humza Yousaf? It could be conducted in the comfy green leather seats in the north stand after a Sellik game, just saying. 5. Do Michael Stewart, DrStu', and Tom English expect strict liability to be extended to clubs, other than Rangers? 6, What's the point of Jonathon Sutherland? It's as well we remind ourselves of PQ's claim of being editorial fair, because I suspect it is the hook they hang themselves upon. We should record the evidence because if Humza Yousaf gets involved, that evidence will be lost, or deliberately disappeared.
  3. 12 points
    The Moral Compass. The nation's Jiminey Cricket, Michael Stewart waded into Alex McLeish's sacking last night on BBC Radio Scotland's Sportsound. He was speaking on behalf of his constituency, the Tartan Army. Of course, Michael's hoped for constituency was Edinburgh West, he lost the prospective parliamentary candidate race for the SNP, to Michelle Thomson. Since we are getting all moral compass, let's hope Michael did not purchase a property from Michelle? Anyways, on behalf of the Tartan Army, Michael stated a main objection to McLeish was, "he is a recipient of an EBT". The only other two I have heard utilising this reasoning on the same means, are DrStu' and Jum Spence. We have to admire the moral fortitude of the PQ Triumvirate, having to share both studios and broadcast air time with both Billy Dodds and Stephen Thompson. Both are recipients of EBTs. Particularly, Michael sharing that Sportscene studio twice a week with Thommo; we should pray for Michael. Let's hope Thommo's immorality never runs interference with all that exposure Michael is receiving? Talking of DrStu', he failed to trap for yesterday's BBC Radio Scotland's Media Review. His appearance was not necessary, the other regular contributor, Dr Eamonn O'Neill quoted DrStu' twice during the elongated discussion on the Kezia Dugdale/Rev' Stuart Campbell defamation case. DrStu's oft' repeated objection to McLeish's appointment, was his refusal to, "give up his big house in Fulham". DrStu' was consistent, in that he objected to Gordon Strachan refusing to give up his big house in Hampshire. He demanded the national coach lives in Scotland. Both good Doctors were anxious to broadcast their view that the Rev' Stuart Campbell did NOT loose the defamation case, or that Wings Over Scotland was not the loser. Dr Eamonn quoted DrStu', "you must remember, there is Wings Over Scotland and there is the Reverend Stuart Campbell, Stuart can be a bit spikey". We can only assume DrStu' has failed to factor in the Grid Magnetic Angle whilst setting his moral compass, the Rev' Stuart has a big house in Bath. Obviously, residents of Somerset are exempt, you need to live here to manage Scotland, but you can pontificate constantly on every aspect of the nation's administration from the Georgian town these last thirty years. Staying on the moral course and paraphrasing Dr Eamonn, 'there's Trainspotting and there's Irvine Welsh'. DrStu' loves dearest Irvine, continually lionises his literary works. I agree, Trainspotting is a literary triumph. We must state right from the off, Irvine has at least two big houses, one in Chicago and the other in Dublin. Like the Rev', he has been away from Scottish shores for over a quarter of a century. Irvine touched base this week, a fellow Hibee was shot dead outside his home in Chester Street, Edinburgh. Bradley Welsh appears to be a much rehabilitated character, from football casual to boxing gym proprietor to actor? Although, today's press are claiming inability to look after £130,000 of drugs was the reasoning for the shooting. Irvine Welsh issued a heartfelt tribute, indeed he claimed his heart was broken at the news. This is not an attempt to intrude upon private grief, it is an on going query on Irvine Welsh's punk rock band of 1976, 'Stairway 13'? Will DrStu' reveal Irvine's inspiration/stimulation for the name? I would ask Irvine again, but he is unreliable in his claims eg he claims to be sixty years of age, but police records have evidence of another birth certificate stating a 1951 date of birth. I hope Stairway 13 did not play Markinch, that really would be heartbreaking. Finally, Angela Haggerty claimed on BBC Radio Scotland's Shereen Nanjiani show recently, "the IRA are a defunct organisation". I wonder if Angela would care to tell that to the family of fellow Journalist, Lyra McKee? She was shot dead last night in the Creggan area of Londonderry by the IRA. Go on Angela, set your moral compass and, 'Call it Out'.
  4. 9 points
    Hastie deal back on it seems, looks like a u turn their end or that’s certainly latest rumour! Wonder why I don’t say much anymore Stewart deal still looking extremely likely, if not done it’s heading towards that Souttar interest is real but asking price & Hearts make it unlikely
  5. 9 points
  6. 8 points
    My report on tonight's game https://rfcyouths.wordpress.com/2019/04/25/youth-cup-joy-for-under-18s/
  7. 7 points
  8. 7 points
    Jake Hastie signed a 3 year deal this week, option of a 4th Deal is complete as far as I know it 👀
  9. 6 points
    This is going to be good 😄
  10. 6 points
    Okay, I live in Glasgow, I also work in Glasgow and my children attend our local school. I feel I'm qualified to comment on this. As someone who still has an involvement in our local Church Of Scotland I can say I don't in any way feel I'm discriminated against by the local council. Firstly let's be very careful about conflating the rerouting of an ABOD march with discrimination against Protestants. Someone spat on a priest in the street, let that sink in. Spitting on someone you don't know and who in this case had clearly hadn't done anything to deserve it is abhorrent. Surely no one disagrees with that? That person was following a 'walk' when he did it. For all the various loyal orders can say they have no control over who 'follows' them on the street they have to take some responsibility for the people they attract. This isn't a new problem for them either. I understand there's a distinction between the OO, the bands they hire and the people who walk alongside them. But for the vast majority of people they see them as one, all connected and only there in the first place because of the 'walk'. So, the 'banning' of this particular march is no surprise and frankly the wise thing to do. I can understand entirely why the council and police made the decision. That's no conspiracy. I lived in Northern Ireland in the 1990s and I watched the Orange Order make exactly the same mistakes then as I'm watching them make now. It's astonishing how resistant to learning they seem to be. In Glasgow today the majority of people have no connection to loyal orders. Most people won't care if they don't see another Orange march in their life. That's the harsh reality. As someone still involved in organised, mainstream Presbyterianism, I can tell you that Glasgow City Council are the least of our concerns. I'm now late for the Easter service.
  11. 5 points
    Aberdeen were bloody awful , at no point was their any desire to get out and try and play football , McInnes would be perfect for Scotland
  12. 5 points
    So are some of the posters. 😀
  13. 5 points
    Five years ago Sandy Jardine passed away. A great player and a man who never stopped doing his best for Rangers Football Club.
  14. 5 points
    All in all, an agreeable interview. Although I wish our club would avoid giving interviews to the gutter press. Any Bear who buys that rag needs to have a re-think.
  15. 5 points
    There's been other marches and demos in the city where people have been assaulted and the Council don't seem to care. If there were some level of consistency then that would go somewhat to reducing the conspiracy theories. I wonder if I stand with a UJ and Rangers top on in the middle of George Square during the next pro-independence rally and I get assaulted, will the council ban all future pro-independence rallies? I think that we all know the answer to that.
  16. 5 points
    In association with Gersnet’s very own weekly pod we have started a 4lads version with myself as host Available on all Gersnet usual channels & a huge thanks to @Frankie & @Big Jaws for their invaluable help Joining me this month is Chris Jack & Andy Little. We discuss Andy's career at Rangers, all the season stuff and all the summer speculation! It’s worth it alone to hear Chris and Andy’s input, I was extremely nervous! 😂 I hope you all enjoy and I hope it brings more people to this fantastic website and regular weekly podcasts - you guys have welcomed me in and been fantastic- Thank you all 👏 Hope you enjoy our podcast ! 🔴⚪️🔵
  17. 5 points
  18. 5 points
    Have spoke to enough to seem convinced on Hastie, Stewart is a 3 year deal he apparently signed yesterday! Huge transfer stories on the first ever 4lads pod tonight
  19. 5 points
    McGregor Tavernier - Goldson - Worrall - Barasic Jack - Kamara Candeias - Arfield - Kent Morelos
  20. 4 points
    One of the best perks of being part of the Blue Order over the years was bringing out the huge 'Silence of the Sheep' banner every time we beat them at Ibrox. Sure, it was rather crude and small children may have been offended and cried, but Aberdeen's awful record over the years in Glasgow meant it was good sport and a well deserved message. Unfortunately, this season at least, it's us that have been silenced and the bragging rights are currently the prerogative of our chums in the North East. Aside from an impressive 4-2 reverse in Aberdeen, in the six games we've already played against the Dons this season, that has been our only victory. Yes, we've dominated possession and territory in most of the other matches as well but the men in red have won three times; all in Glasgow and twice at Ibrox. Suffice to say, Sunday's match won't be any cake-walk and, no matter the result, TBO won't be flying any banners of long-lost hubris. Worse for the Rangers support are today's media reports that both captain James Tavernier and striker Jermain Defoe are struggling to make the game. The latter was pictures training this morning so should feature but the loss of our skipper would be a blow, more so should the injury be a longer term one. We do have options to replace him - Matt Polster may be the preferred one after making a short cameo in the role last weekend - but those Rangers fans that bemoan Tav's captaincy and contribution may find themselves eating their words should we struggle creatively on Sunday afternoon. The good news for the support is that we've shown of late we can cope with adversity. The loss of Morelos and Kent to suspension worried all but the most optimistic of bears but the change in personnel and system to address that has worked well with three straight wins. And convincing ones at that. Kent is available again for Sunday but it says a lot for our current form that he may have to settle for a place on the bench. Morelos isn't back until next Sunday but, should Defoe remain fit and still scoring goals, then the Colombian too could rue his recent indiscipline. Injury and suspension aside, the rest of the Rangers team should pick itself. The defence have looked solid enough with Niko Katic proving himself very useful when we're facing physical strikers. After dealing well with Curtis Main and Uche Ikpeazu in the last two games, the Croatian centre half will relish another aerial battle with the impressive Sam Cosgrove. Meanwhile, in midfield, the likes of Ryan Jack, Glen Kamara and Steven Davis have all stepped up recently so should retain their place this week too. Indeed, the battling qualities of the Aberdeen midfield will mean they'll have to be on the top of their game once more. Our prize for three points is a clear one: at least second place in this year's Ladbrokes Premiership with Aberdeen left to battle it out with Killie and Hibs for third, fourth and fifth. A draw wouldn't be the end of the world either leaving us eight points in front of Aberdeen with just three games left. A loss brings Aberdeen right back into the reckoning and would guarantee is nothing ahead of our remaining matches. Given recent bickering between the managers in the media, it seems any bragging isn't just between the fans now either so both Gerrard and McInnes have put themselves under pressure. Yes, Aberdeen may well offer more against us than other teams but that's no excuse when it comes to our poor results and performances against them. That has to change and there's no time like the present. Possible team (4-3-2-1):
  21. 4 points
    Our club has to challenge this, out it in media releases, complain to the SPFL about the clear bias of their broadcast partners and demand they do something about it, like if they dont act in an unbiased manner they will not get their contract renewed.
  22. 4 points
    Had the Tav goal (given offside) stood he'd have joined a 9M pound striker on 14 league goals. Tav has 14 league assists, miles ahead of anyone else, including that 9M pound striker who has 5. Not forgetting that Tav also has to defend. We won't know or appreciate what we have until he has gone !
  23. 4 points
    Tomorrow night will be my 17th Youth Cup Final - by a remarkable coincidence Rangers have featured in all those finals. 67 players who featured in those finals have went on to play in Rangers first team - how many can you name ?
  24. 4 points
    I hope we steer well clear of Souttar. Wasn’t at all impressed with him against us last week
  25. 4 points
    Looks like someone has stolen Tom Boyd's scone?
  26. 4 points
    When 16 year old girls go off to Syria to join ISIS we're told they're groomed, brainwashed, too young to know what they're doing, not their fault yada yada yada. Now we're being led to believe we're all stupid, ignorant idiots and that a 16 year old girl is the Second Coming.
  27. 4 points
    Most are correct but not McGregor, Beerman and surprisingly Lewis McLeod. Some played in more than one final and I miscounted I think there are 69, David McFarlane, Hugh Burns, Ian Durrant, Robert Fleck, Scott Nisbet, Neil Caldwell, Charlie Miller, Greg Shileds, Craig Moore, Scott Wilson, Brian McGinty, Steven Boyack, Barry Ferguson, Paul McKnight, Maurice Ross, Mark Brown, Bob Malcolm, David Graham, Darren Fitzgerald, Andy Dowie, Stephen Hughes, Daryll Duffy, Alan Hutton, Steven Smith, Chris Burke, Charlie Adam, Tom Brighton, Lee Robinson, Jordan McMillan, Gary McKenzie, Ross McCormack, Bob Davidson, Bajram Fetai, Scott Gallagher, Ross Perry, John Fleck, Andrew Shinnie, Stevie Lennon, Dean Furman, Andy Little, Jamie Ness, Thomas Kind Bendiksen, Kyle Hutton, Darren Cole, Gregg Wylde, Danny Wilson, Kal Naismith, Kane Hemmings, Rhys McCabe, Kyle McAusland, Chris Hegarty, Robbie Crawford, Andy Mitchell, Luca Gasparotto, Danny Stoney, Charlie Telfer, Andy Murdoch, Callum Gallagher, Barrie Mackay, Fraser Aird, Ryan Hardie, Ross McCrorie, Tom Walsh, Jordan Houston, Aidan Wilson, Jamie Barjonas, Serge Atakayi, Liam Burt, Kyle Bradley. And I have probably missed somebody.
  28. 4 points
    What makes it even sadder is that these top players were also brimming with class. If we go back to that era, we could easily name at least 20 players who not only could play football, but who wore the jersey with pride, and exhibited the style, class and character we could be proud of. Over the past 30 years I can hardly come up with more than 2 or 3 I would hold in the same regard. In Jardine's time the badge meant something, and even when they weren't wearing the blazer or jersey, they knew the club's image was reflected in them. I wish players these days would exhibit more of the commitment and class these guys did.
  29. 4 points
    I think you've described politicians in general there though. I've noticed over the past 10 years in particular that politicians can now blatantly lie about serious issues and get away with it. Wars, tuition fees, and BrExit are prime examples, and there's no end in sight. I do appreciate you've got a particular problem with the SNP, but who can we vote for that would make a difference? I have honestly no idea, and neither do many people I speak to. I think that's a wider issue though.
  30. 4 points
    Rangers did everything by the book and contacted Motherwell first and I was told at no time did Rangers pull out of the deal, it was all paper talk and obviously Jake's agent was talking to other clubs as well. I was told by Jake's dad the only club that kept Motherwell out the loop was Celtic and they also did this when they tried to sign him when he was 16 and that was a big reason he didn't go to them.
  31. 4 points
    Hastie plays on a different wing from Middleton who prefers to stay on the left side whilst Hastie is more of an inverted attacker on the right. He will provide more competition for Candeias which is a good thing. I'd expect us to add three players of distinct quality. Probably more if Tav and Morelos leave.
  32. 4 points
    I think I said a while ago that when Robinson came to Motherwell he told Jake to go on loan right away as he didn't think he was good enough. He told him to get fitter and lose weight, which I'm sure was a motivator for him but they didn't really keep tabs on him while he was out on loan. His dad said there was no contact from Motherwell before he came back from Alloa in January and the only time they got in touch was after he went on his good run scoring goals and when other teams were interested. He said if Jake was offered a decent contract when on loan or even when he first came back he probably would've signed but said Motherwell hedged their bets and it's backfired on them, and now they're not happy! He is a very grounded young guy with a great family who deserve all they get, I hope it works out for him but even his dad said it's now that we'll find out if he's good enough to play at this level but I know he will work as hard as he can and give it his best shot.
  33. 4 points
    I’m sorry but I had to highlight this. I looked at the BBC match report from Brian Mclaughlin to laugh at their greeting however........ “Perhaps that was down to arguably the best two goalkeepers in the league in Ofir Marciano and Scott Bain” What the actual f&£k??😂 Never mind editorially fair, totally delusional more like!
  34. 4 points
    How would a priest or any other religious person standing on the pavement antagonise any normal person? The fact is that some who follow these marches are morons.
  35. 4 points
  36. 4 points
    Good win & 3pts, some excellent football played at times, and we should have scored 6!. On to the sheep game next week and we are due them a good thumping.
  37. 4 points
    The fanzone. The work done around Parkhead for the fabled one pound. The under valuing of Westthorn land The redevelopment of the area around Celtic Park, while trying to hide Ibrox behind hideous social housing The development of transport links around Parkhead while refusing a train link to Ibrox
  38. 4 points
    Craig is right, Jake's dad and his family are Tims but he only used to go to certain games, like big name CL games and cup finals and sometimes took his son. I rarely seen Jake with a hoops top on when he was young and was always playing or training from a very young age, they pushed him hard but it paid off. His mum's side are Rangers fans but she wasn't really interested in football apart from Jake playing and her family never visited much, don't think they were close. His dad told me both Rangers and Celtic tried to sign him but like Craig said Celtic didn't go through the official route but thought they would get him cheap. Rangers done things the right official way but they turned both down as he wanted to stay more local and have more of a chance breaking into the first team. His dad always said he would have no problem with his son playing for Rangers if the money was right. A really nice family,. I've not bumped into them for a while but if Jake signs I will be going to see him and wind him up a bit 😀 He looks a good prospect but still has a long way to go, I just hope he gets game time if he signs!
  39. 4 points
    Out of order IMO It's Kilmarnocks prerogative and they want to celebrate their 150th anniversary. Respect it and let them get on with it. And if it angers our support that they might miss out why would we then consider not taking up a full allocation in the future ?
  40. 4 points
    Many disagreed, but I thought Davis has been good the last few games.
  41. 3 points
    Smug middle to upper-middle class folk and a few latter day hippies shambling about stopping the working class getting to their jobs. One of them feeding his face with a plastic fork from a plastic plate - ah well, nice day for a picnic.
  42. 3 points
    I don't have an answer either, but I agree with those who say they need to find a solution. The Notting Hill Carnival in London resulted in serious rioting for a number of years. Yet they were able to work with police, the local council and the community to transform it into a global tourist attraction. They could perhaps speak with the people who run the Donegal Orange Walk which passes off peacefully every year and has also turned into something of a tourist attraction. Somehow they're able to hold a decent sized parade in the Republic Of Ireland without any problems. It doesn't strike me as impossible to turn the spectacle of a parade set to music from marching bands into something people with no association or connection might actually enjoy watching. I'm not Chinese but I've watched and enjoyed their New Year parade with the big puppet dragons and drums.
  43. 3 points
    Yeah, we get that you think that the statement was badly worded. Rather than be pedantic,why not address the main issue of their complaint? Not everyone is as clever as you.
  44. 3 points
    Yes I too opted out of the BBC tax and according to one website up to 750k people had done similar with varying degrees of hassle from the collection agency and the thugs from Capita. Totally agree that paying your money and making your choice should be the way forward as it is with all other media, but the BBC have been given the whip hand to control all live terrestrial TV output and now want over 75s to start paying again. Time to end this outdated funding mechanism.
  45. 3 points
    A chap in an England shirt, standing on a pavement, might antagonise participants on a Republican or Scottish nationalist march. That's life. The priest intentionally left his church at a specific moment. I agree that it is moronic to spit at or abuse him but he could easily have avoided that happening.
  46. 3 points
    Says a lot for their future that neither Grezda nor Barisic can even make the bench.
  47. 3 points
    Highly recommend grabbing this at some point folks. Stevie did a fine job of hosting on his debut and Andy and Chris were interesting guests. Thanks as usual to @Big Jaws for his editing efforts!
  48. 3 points
    let's nip this bickering in the bud, shall we?
  49. 3 points
    Don’t understand this signing at all(if it’s true). Never Rangers class.
  50. 3 points
    You are noted for your tactical insight, Rousseau, but fielding twenty one players is a masterstroke.
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