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  1. I watched some of Sturgeon's speech to the Hoots Mon conference today and I swear she has the mark of death on her. The usual grandstanding platitudes fell well short of convincing. If I were a betting man I'd say she was in her last year as leader. The predictable call to arms looked more like a bid to retain her own position than any real expectation of independence. I celebrated when Salmond fell but it will be twice as satisfying when this feckless drudge leaves the stage.
    2 points
  2. No question about it. Transferring our membership is what transferred our history.
    1 point
  3. Dog Whistling Dixie. This morning's 'Call Kaye' on BBC Radio Scotland had a stand-in presenter, I think it was Laura Maxwell? Being topical, they had an hour's phone-in on Racism in Football, last night's events in Sofia to the fore? Well, not really, it was a convenient hook to hang Rangers. After the introduction, citing Bulgaria; it was brought home to the racism(sectarianism) charges brought against Rangers by UEFA/FARE. Callers were invited to contact the show and 'Call it Out'. Of course, 'Call it Out' is the organisation formed by Angela Haggerty and Jeanette Fin
    1 point
  4. Looking back now yes it seemed that way. The SPL however were another matter. And the SFL defied the SFA by putting us in the bottom division
    1 point
  5. Lots of young Rangers in that squad. No celts. I suppose they’ll be signed up for ROI. What is Sonny Blu Lo-Everton doing playing for Watford with a name like that?
    1 point
  6. Kerching! £££££££££££££
    1 point
  7. That could be a metaphor for all politicians.
    1 point
  8. Maybe this is the bloke you need in your fight against the Nats: https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2015/may/27/dennis-skinner-queens-speech-quip-fighting-scots-nats
    1 point
  9. Joe Aribo earns mega praise as 'exceptional' Rangers favourite tipped for Nigeria stardom The 23-year-old has made an instant impact with his country and is being backed to go all the way in the game. In-form Rangers midfielder Joe Aribo has earned a rave review from Nigerian football hero Victor Ikpeba after his international exploits. The 23-year-old has made an instant impact with his country and his fleet-footed goal against Brazil turned heads. Aribo only made his competitive debut in September, netting in their friendly with Ukraine, and the former Charlton man has gon
    1 point
  10. The SFA were the ones who kept us alive.
    1 point
  11. Funnily enough I’ve achieved everything in life I ever set out to. Two daughters, a wife & a decent job. Own house & car. I earned every penny I ever spent. Never conned anybody or ripped them off either..
    1 point
  12. Sorry but Club1872 is as dead as a dodo and it’s all their own fault , no amount of constructive criticism could change their minds , an absolute waste , yet again and again it’s our own fault .
    1 point
  13. In my view King is as much of a fan as any of us are and has delivered what he promised. Remember the mockery when he took over and made a comment about a "£30 million warchest" ? Initially the spending was relatively frugal such as the 200K or so spent on Tav which cranked the mockery up no end but then when he began to spend that 'warchest' in the millions over the next few seasons the mockery became outrage despite the fact he had stated exactly what he intended. We all know the lines. They're skint. Admin 2 blah blah. One of the first things he said was we need to get out
    1 point
  14. We would probably be exactly where we are, as we wouldn’t have needed King & co to bail us out in the first place! There would have been no Craig Whyte, Charles Green & Mike Ashley, and no liquidation. Only difference is we wouldn’t have been waiting 8 years for a major trophy. In any case Dave King doesn’t own Rangers, yet is prepared to put money in. We are actually not far from the community ownership model already.
    1 point
  15. Sorry but you’re all wrong (well most of you). Football clubs are vital public assets & should be owned by nobody except the community they serve. If you don’t like it then go and live in Monaco..
    1 point
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