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  1. Strange take on it!. NP signing for Everton is exactly the reason the academy is there! like Gilmour before him. To get into the 1st team they have to be better than the current player in his position, right now Tav is a better player and that is why he can't get more game time. I would rather see Patterson stay, however totally understand why he will sign for Everton, it's the best thing for him and the club at this time. NP is a cracking player and I wish him all the best, I'm certain he will have a great career, a player Rangers produced.
    10 points
  2. The term legend is overused, but JD is an utter legend and not just for his playing career, his friendship with Bradley Lawery showed the type of person JD is. A pleasure having him representing our club, a model professional and I'm sure every Rangers fan will wish him well in whatever he does next. Thanks for the service JD and you have a place cemented in the history of Rangers FC.
    9 points
  3. Scott Wright's Father has a bit of explaining to do:
    9 points
  4. Rangers first priority should be the health of our supporters, players and staff, everything else should be secondary. Based on the available public health advice the game on Boxing Day shouldn't have a crowd at it. As has been pointed out by others the likelihood of these crowd reduction measures being reversed by mid-January seem slim, so for me whether we go into a winter break now or in early January as planned is fairly moot, we'll all be playing behind closed doors at some point I think. The argument that a delay to mid-January will benefit Celtic as it allows them more time to get players fit is fair, but with Balugun, Barasic, Davis and Roofe, all potential starters if fit, also in danger of missing out perhaps a delay might not be that bad for us either. The African Cup of Nations taking possibly 3 of our players away for nearly a month is a problem. Losing 3 players does mean we can legitimately ask for postponements of matches but that would really cause fixture chaos, particularly if our next 3 matches are postponed as well. The club is well within its rights to point that out. I suspect Rangers, and every other club in Scotland, will be looking to minimise the number of matches played with few or no spectators allowed in. A look at last year's accounts shows just how important having a full Ibrox is for the club's finances, and that applies to every club up here. There's no fat for us to fall back on, losing our biggest revenue stream, again, provides some significant challenges for our board. I can understand why bringing the winter break forward is appealing to many boardrooms, if it means there's a chance of fewer matches being played behind closed doors. Of course no one actually knows the answer to that. Politically these recent measures have been unpopular, and with populist governments in place in Edinburgh and Westminster, it maybe that opinion polls rather than health advice carry more weight around cabinet tables this time round. So maybe restrictions won't last as long as they did last year. Or maybe they will, no one knows for sure. (I'm not trying to make a political point or agree or disagree with Government and public health advice. So don't @ me, I don't care.) All we can expect of anyone in our boardroom, or any other club's, is to deal with what they know, not what they suspect. For now that means a loss of crowds and revenue for 3 matches. That being the case bringing the winter break forward and so moving those 3 matches to later in the season is the sensible thing to do, even for Rangers. As an aside, as none of us really know what will happen, it's worth remembering that Celtic are in the Vauxhall Conference Euro Cup. Despite everything that's a tournament they could reasonably expect to progress quite far in. It's not inconceivable that come March and April Celtic are still playing European matches while trying to fit in 5 postponed SPFL matches around a diminishing fixture calendar. I think our board should be looking to book a tour of Japan for this summer, just in case.
    9 points
  5. The Establishment Club. The SPFL Board aka Peter's Place Men decided upon the voting options available to the clubs in lieu of the onset of Covid variant, omicron. Neil Doncaster, Rod McKenzie and, Murdoch MacLennan provided the required analysis, the preferred options and, the get out of Jail free card(Dundee's John Nelm's spam folder) to the SPFL Board and assured Peter that ra Selllik's growing injury crisis was a most manageable problem. They were pursuing the common sense approach and were confident of the outcome. Sellik have cultivated a raft of politicos these last three - four decades, at one point the two Boards running the club contained a former Vice Governor of the Bank of England and three Cabinet Ministers. The Kerrydale Soup Kitchens were serving Vichyssoise and Bouillabaisse. Pottage dripping from his chops, Billy Bunter aka Ian Blackford furthered his Humble Crofter credentials, "the proposal to bring forward the footballing winter break is a sensible proposal". John Swinney was bad cop to Blackford's PC Murdoch, "the League Cup final may have been a super spreader and I urge football supporters to refrain from attending festive season fixtures". Look closely, the seemingly mixed message is the same message. The compliant Scotttish media was on message, the consensus among SPFL clubs was to utilise the winter break as a circuit breaker. Bringing it forward by a week was good sense, the only dissenting voice was as ever, Rangers. Of course, it was important last night's fixtures were completed and Boxing Day's matches be played in front of a maximum of 500 spectators at each game. Sellik could handle a Covid hamstrung St Mirren and bottom of the table St Johnstone, couldn't they? Pat Bonner explained on Sportsound, "every team will have played the same amount of games, no one will have an advantage". Last night's Sportsound was hosted by Big Dick; he was joined by Wullie Miller, Pat Bonner, Michael Stewart and, Alan Preston. Mikey thought the SPLFL decision was, "the sensible approach". Preston approved, "common sense has been applied" and, Wullie was comfortable being part of the majority, "it's only Rangers that see it another way". We were not informed of the other way but found out concurrently Aberdeen Chair, Dave Cormack was e-mailing Nicola appealing for a significant rise is allowed Boxing Day attendances. St Mirren Boss, Jim Goodwin was tasked with leading his lambs to ra Sellik slaughter and he was definitely off message. Strange, he had been photographed at Hampden on Sunday sitting in ra Sellik end with his son replete in green'n'grey scarf. Jim told us the SPFL had broken their own rules, bent over backwards to ensure the fixture went ahead, "I have been allowed to recall four teenagers from loan spells at Lowland League clubs but not the three more experienced loanees at League one and two clubs". He went on, "I have a bench with no Premier League experience whatsoever, there are several players in my dressing room meeting each other for the first time". After the match, when Karma prevailed the atmosphere on Sportsound was best described as 'choking'. Goodwin received some deserved plaudits but mostly there was an atmosphere of every shoulder being applied but Ange could not oblige. Big Dick left it to the end, "the League table looks like this, Rangers are six points ahead. Hibs move into the top six, Aberdeen drop out and St Johnstone are anchored at the foot". Everyone agreed the SPFL took the sensible approach but we never did find out what the other way entailed? As a BBC License Fee paying Rangers supporter, perhaps I can articulate : The Imminent Scottish Football Shutdown. Due to a new Covid strain called Omnibollocks which is unique to footballers, the SPFL look again to give into Sellik's demands and postpone all football until Sellik are happy. Symptoms of this new strain are pulled hamstrings from over exuberant goal celebrations against lesser opponents. Apparently playing AngeBall heightens risk of infection. Boffins claim this new strain first appeared at Sellik Park in 2008 after the club's post season tour of Japan. It may be an offshoot of Sportingintegrititus prevalent in ra Stade de Gadd at this time. It is not believed there is any connection to SeparateEntititus which has surfaced in connection with former employees spending time at Her Majesty's pleasure. Further, Sellik have proposed a contingency plan to the SPFL in case the league cannot be completed. Apparently, the true test of Champions is the ability to pass the ball more and it is accepted that points accrued is sectarian and anti-Irish. If Sellik's proposals are not endorsed completely, the club will make application to play in Palestine. Just saying like.
    8 points
  6. Nonces get what nonces want. Why am I unsurprised by this? Why am I no longer disappointed by the catamites of the SPFL?
    8 points
  7. John Souttar has signed a pre-contract agreement to join Rangers next season. Of course, he could join Rangers as early as this month, depending whether both Hearts and Rangers can achieve a mutually acceptable transfer fee? I have waited until today's announcement to comment upon BBC Scotland's Tom Anguish's take on the probability of Souttar joining Rangers. Last Sunday, Tom spent thirty minutes talking Scottish transfers this January window. Souttar's proposed leaving of Hearts took up 15-20 minutes of the chat. He talked of three English Championship sides that had expressed interest; Stoke City had the advantage of his Brother playing there, Sheffield United had recent experienced Premiership status for three years and, Blackburn Rovers are on the cusp of promotion. According to Tom, the remuneration on offer at all three English clubs would be excellent. Tom thought English Premiership clubs should be involved too, he lionised Souttar as a player, "he's young, will only get better and, he could could be sold on again to a top side in two, three years for serious money". He was reminded by Host, Kenny Macintyre that Rangers were also vying for his signature? Tom was annoyed, he waffled again about Souttar's serious potential then, "it's reported Rangers are showing an interest, why isn't it two Scottish clubs"? Kenny intervened, "are you talking about involvement from Celtic"? Tom gave vent to his anguish and frustration, "of course, Souttar suits their model, buy cheap, sell later for a higher fee. The player will benefit from regular European football and be in constant domestic competition for honours, ------- (silence for a couple of seconds, then the afterthought) ----- and of course Rangers can offer that too". The very thought of Rangers involvement had Tom fulminating, now he has signed; I suspect Souttar's potential will be quickly dialed down? Tom has got to get a grip of his anguish. John Souttar has become another player you will NOT be interviewing, simply because he has signed for Rangers.
    6 points
  8. Between 2015 and 2018 Connor Goldson only made 32 appearances, a period that also saw him diagnosed with a serious heart defect. He's been almost ever-present since he joined us. There's no way our medical and coaching staff don't know all about Souttar's injuries and his recovery, or lack thereof, from them. I get the concern about Souttar but we either have faith in our medical team or we don't. Football is a small community and everyone talks to each other. I remember buying Oleg Kuznetzov, he'd been almost entirely injury free for 5 seasons, dominating the Soviet league and starring for the USSR national team. He did his cruciate in his second match for us. Every player is a gamble to some extent.
    6 points
  9. The difference in Morelos under Gio is summed up by this award. More mobile, more dangerous and more interested without sacrificing all of the deeper link-up play Gerrard expected from him. An on-form Morelos will go a long, long way to us retaining the title.
    6 points
  10. "Celtic have recently signed four Japanese players and sadly such provocative behaviour is both deliberate and not uncommon. The Drama Channels decision to begin transmission of all three series of Tenko today is anti-catholic and anti-Irish". Cathcart MSP, James Dornan expressed outrage at the Drama Channel's attempt to subjugate the peoples of Ireland. Today, Sky's Drama channel is beginning to broadcast all three series of the Japanese controlled internment camp drama set in Singapore during world war two. Civilian wives and children were separated from their Fathers and interned in a jungle camp where they faced appalling conditions including malnutrition, disease, violence and, death. The Imperial Japanese Army characters, Major Yamauchi, Captain Sato, Sgt Shinya and, Corporal Kasaki were characterised as, "a separate entity" by Kabuki Theatre spokesperson, Hitori no Otoko(One Guy). Tenko begins on Drama Channel today at 14.15 hrs. Celtic have been so far unavailable for comment but a Drama Channel spokesperson, Sum Cnut said, "Banzai".
    6 points
  11. No sign of McGuire being prosecuted for sectarian behaviour? any comments from Humza Yousaf ? James Dornan? what a nasty wee, horrible one-sided country we live in
    6 points
  12. We look a different team without Aribo, and that's concerning. There's little creativity when he doesn't play. We didn't seem to fit into the 4-2-3-1 formation that we were playing. As for the game, the incident before our goal should have been a penalty, the actual penalty shouldn't have been and neither of Kent's yellows were bookings. Dreadful night for Clancy.
    5 points
  13. Starting to sound like Kerryfail street on this thread blaming everyone except our own ineptitude to beat a mid table team . Play like this against the hooped horrors and we will get a jolly good thumping.
    5 points
  14. We need to stop looking and comparing what goes on between EPL sides , it defies logic , business sense and any rational , we just need to look after ourselves and conduct our business as we have done over the last couple of years , anything we get serious transfer wise is a bonus .
    5 points
  15. There's a Buzz about the Place? Sunday's Off the Ball was a Godsend, literarily. The guest again(and again ......) was Big Issue Editor, Paul McNamee. The opening and show running topic was Religion and Football. The stimulus for this was the lesson the previous Sunday conducted by the parish Priest, Father Jim Lawlor of the Immaculate Conception church in Maryhill. An Oxford graduate, Fr Jim took Sellik's recent signings of three Japanese players and framed them as, 'the Three Wise Men from the East'. The gift they bore was an excuse for Sellik to post season tour Japan for the next five years. It's no surprise that the exercise in resurrecting Fr Jim's image has been taken up by PQ. A couple of decades past, Fr Jim was parish priest of Our Lady of Fatima church in Dalmarnock. He told a sorry tale of regularly setting out from his sectarian daubed Presbytery to walk the five hundred yards of Springfield Road to Sellik Park to watch his green'n'grey hooped favourites. He could not negotiate this distance without the threat of assault. The then Chief Reporter of the Daily Record, Anna Smith was looking for a Priest on such a journey, Sellik needed him more. Glasgow City Council in conjunction with the club had submitted plans for redevelopment of the entire area surrounding Sellik Park. A non denominational school was demolished, three streets next to the ground were demolished, another dozen streets south of London Road were demolished, a pylon line relocated, a couple of factories demolished, an entire duel carriageway road was constructed, ........ etc. The Commonwealth Games spin off was planned to enable Sellik and an embattled Priest was a good bit of necessary leverage. Fr Jim went from the front page of the Record to Sellik View columnist. As an aside, Anna Smith now lives in the same spit in the wind coastal village as Phil McFournames. Anyways, as part of the Commonwealth Games Village plan and a declining congregation, Fr Jim's church in Springfield Road became a casualty and was similarly demolished. Fr Jim continued his journey, he was transferred to Penilee and his new charge was the parish of Our Lady and St George. Fr Jim became a lost soul and this time he was the focus of the front page of the Scottish Sun. It was Sunday evening and two elderly female parishioners were entering the church with intent to clean the interior. They were shocked by the scene confronting them, running into Sandwood Road screaming. Fr Jim was atop the altar, naked from the waist down, bouncing up and down upon a vibrating dildo. He was surrounded by an array of other sex toys. The Police arrived to find Jim continuing to enjoy the buzz, he was charged with Indecency and Lewd Behaviour. Fr Jim resigned his position from both church and Sellik View. He took to a Retreat for several months to re-find his faith through prayer. The Procurator Fiscal quietly dropped the charges and a reinvigorated Fr Jim took over at St Simon's in the west end, served on the Chaplaincy team at Barlinnie, followed by promotion to the Immaculate Conception, Maryhill. Fr Jim returned to literary ways, he penned a tome entitled, 'Cardinal Sin - Power, Abuse and, Truth in the Catholic Church'. A contribution very well received by the independence website, 'Bella Caledonia'. I was informed by a Publisher that Cardinal O'Brien was in a state of high dungeon on hearing of Fr Jim's intent on writing a book. Of course, the proffered titles including, 'A Second Coming', 'the Risen Lord' and, 'My Special Devotion to St Bilbo of the Blessed Dildo' did not help. Let's hope Fr Jim's resurrection achieves continued success.
    5 points
  16. From reading the previous posts, the memories of 1972 come flooding back. I was 18 when I drunkenly saw the year in and 19 when I drunkenly seen it out again. Having left school by the start of the 70's my love affair with music was taken to new levels by been able to afford my own stereo system. This meant I no longer had to share the family radiogram downstairs but could immerse myself in the luxury of my own tastes rather than the mundane dirges played in the living room. My hi fi was, however, rather quickly augmented by a pair of good high quality head phones after my parents threatened early eviction due the "incessant bloody noise" emanating from my room. My passion was music. The opportunity to hear new bands and LP tracks was severely limited in the early 70's. John Peel (late night) and Alan Freeman (Saturday afternoons) were the only radio shows outwith Chart singles, though the pioneering OGWT was a bonus on BBC2 late Monday evenings. My other outlet was hanging about in Glasgow record shops listening to albums being played while browsing before making my weekly album purchase, cash flow permitting of course . To supplement this, each Thursday was eagerly awaited to purchase the latest edition of Melody Maker. No self respecting long haired, flared denim wearer was seen without it tucked under his arm. Album charts, new releases, and live gigs & tour dates were eagerly consumed not too mention Banner headline exclusives that sometime left me in despair. Chris Welch exclusives - "BRUFORD QUITS YES" "FREE TO SPLIT" "GILLAN LEAVES PURPLE" It was a golden age for music, great bands, fantastic live music at Green's Playhouse and some of the most jaw dropping vinyl music sleeves to boot. I still have all my vinyl from that era with many more supplemented at a later date from charity shops, record fairs etc. My Top 10* from 1972 as follows:- YES - Close to the Edge GENESIS - Foxtrot WISHBONE ASH - Argus DEEP PURPLE - Machine Head AMERICA - Homecoming JONI MITCHELL - For The Roses FOCUS - Moving Waves CARLY SIMON - No Secrets FREE - Free At Last STEELY DAN - Can't Buy A Thrill * Probably a few I've missed due to 50 year memory deterioration! 😁
    5 points
  17. She's clearly terrified of independence, which is why she's done everything in her power for the last 7 years to avoid any chance of it ever happening. Even if she's eventually forced into trying to hold a second referendum .... she won't get it ... and even if she does, she won't win it ... and even if she wins it she won't go ahead with it unless there's a guaranteed path to relinquishing independence by joining the EU. The is no one in the SNP who will even contemplate an independent Scotland. The only thing the SNP wants is a continuation of it's own seat on the gravy train.
    5 points
  18. James Sands, eh? I assume that 1. He is no relation 2. The Club will monitor his diet most carefully
    5 points
  19. I hope this actually happens. We've let too many transfer windows go past without doing what we absolutely know we must ... raise money by selling players at significant value. To do this with someone who isn't a regular first team player is as impressive as the good news that we are no longer using the Martin Bain valuation guide.
    5 points
  20. Please allow me to extend Festive Felicitations to all Gersnetters. On the Feast of Stephen, we should all be mindful of Shagger's secret to maintaining clean sheets, "no letting in any goals" and keep uppermost in our minds the essence of Scottish football, "Sporting Integrity". Wishing you all lot's of pudding and pie.
    5 points
  21. Fortunately, Charlie Ridiculous was a sublime footballer. Over the decades he has put quite an effort into maintaining his 'Ridiculous' soubriquet. Thirty-five years past, he was holidaying in Ibiza when on a night on the town he decided to steal a chip from a young female fellow tourist. Lori McElroy was an Undergraduate Law student from East Kilbride. She told him to move on because, "I am not impressed". Charlie was a Sellik superstar and slapped Lori. She returned and took out a civil action against Charlie. He was convicted on a charge of assault and fined £1,200 and ordered to pay costs. Twenty-odd years past the then retired Charlie took to Scotland on Sunday to tell us he was a Businessman and as such, "ah love a profit". He was in partnership with Jim Milligan, a friend of the notorious McGovern family. They had half-a-dozen bars in west, central Scotland operating under the name, 'Cafe Cini'. Essentially, wine bars with the added attraction of big breasted waitresses. In the same interview, Charlie waxed lyrical about his favourite all time film, 'Goodfellas' and how it was filled with sage business acumen. You may remember the character in the movie that owned the established restaurant? He could not get the wise guys to pay their bills and made representation to Paulie, the local Goodfella Boss. He offered a partnership and immediately the eatery was being utilised for ordering everything wholesale on credit. Fur coats, crates of spirits and, lobsters went through the front door and out the back to be sold on. Six months later the restaurant was bankrupt and the Joe Pesci character set it alight for insurance. Cafe Cini in Greenock burnt down, followed the next month with Cafe Cini in Union Street, Glasgow being closed for several months unpaid drinks deliveries. Charlie was in the High Court alone, he did not know the whereabouts his partner, Jim Milligan. The speculation was Jim had absconded to the Republic of Ireland and taken up partnerships with Slab and Mex' Murphy. Santa Ponca hosts a couple of bars where the Patrons are replete in ponchos and balaclavas. The PF took the view Charlie was a Patsy, he had lost his entire investment and was expected to come to an arrangement to cover outstanding debts. The McGovern family told Charlie to leave the country. SKY offered Charlie a platform for constant daft Bhoyness and Charlie has never disappointed.
    5 points
  22. As much as this has East End fingerprints all over it, c'mon ffs. We are Rangers. We are the champions. Just go out and do your talking on the park. If games are rescheduled so be it. If we keep winning, we win the league no matter what happens in 2022.
    5 points
  23. I felt if he was going to play Sands then he had to play Lundstram as well and sacrifice either Hagi, Kent or Wright. You could clearly see the problem after 20 minutes and it should have been changed then. I don't expect a manager to get it right all the time but I do expect him to recognise and react to any mistakes. GvB's unwillingness to implement changes everyone could see were needed has left me with an unfamiliar uneasiness.
    4 points
  24. Skov Olsen isn't the fastest but he's quicker than Hagi and possibly a bit more direct whenever I've seen him play for Denmark. He's certainly more suited to playing wider on the right than Hagi is. I'm not sure he's worth the best part of £5m though and I think that's why we're hoping to drag the situation out and achieve a loan deal where we can try before we buy. He's had a good reputation but never really taken that extra step in his career yet - a bit like Hagi really.
    4 points
  25. Rafa sacked. @compo is delighted:
    4 points
  26. Rafa sacked. Meanwhile some game between WHU and Leeds.
    4 points
  27. It was ridiculous to retain Defoe beyond the end of last season. I was disappointed in Gerrard’s judgement and suspect it had more to do with his relationship with Defoe rather than his obligation to Rangers.
    4 points
  28. Ronnie Spector backed by The E Street Band covering Billy Joel's Say Goodbye To Hollywood. RIP Ronnie
    4 points
  29. Can the Royal Family not claim Prince Andrew was/is a separate entity?
    4 points
  30. RE: Defoe, his three years were a fantastic cameo from a naturally gifted striker. Loved watching the guy play when called upon as he had the kind of attitude and approach to the game that every young player should examine very closely.
    4 points
  31. Seems a pre-contract for Souttar appears inevitable and hopefully a deal can be done for him to join asap. For a low fee and with Helander/Balogun still out, it's a sensible move for a decent defender who also uses the ball well (think long diagonals if/when Goldson moves on). Recalling Itten also sensible, given Roofe still seems unavailable and Defoe's future uncertain. Itten looked ungainly at times and never seemed all that comfortable wherever he played but he did also carry a threat in games where we occasionally needed that unpredictability.
    4 points
  32. I'd prefer it if we keep our dealings with Hibs to a minimum.
    4 points
  33. That definitely needed said. Perhaps, in the current absence of a more suitable candidate for the traditional witch hunt, it's just John Lundstram's turn. Because it's only a few weeks since he was getting MOTM votes on here and general praise across the wider support. As for the nonsense that even if Lundstram is OK, he simply doesn't fit into our team .... God help me. I think we can all agree that, if Lundstram left tomorrow, someone would immediately be targeted to take his place. What the hell is wrong with people?
    4 points
  34. I think Ross Wilson has taken Goldson too literally here when he said we were lacking hunger.
    4 points
  35. Good luck Nathan - leave with (I'm sure) all our best wishes. Part of 55 and the invincibles- you are now part of the amazing history of our institution. Thanks for the service and hope to see you back at Ibrox either as a player, or as one of us cheering for the stands.
    4 points
  36. That clown that plays centre half furra Sellik has his own calendar? Let me guess, December 7 is a picture of him and his four Japanese team mates inside the cockpit of a torpedo bomber; all shouting, 'Tora, Tora, Tora'?
    4 points
  37. A strange year to be honest. Watching Rangers claim 55 was amazing. I don't care what people think of of SG. For me he delivered what he was here to do. He improved us on all levels and won the title. His departure could have been better but that's football. I'm old enough to not get too bothered by things like this. Hopefully we will work with a model going forward that relies on a clear vision rather than reactionary decision making when hiring managers. On a personal front, I changed careers. I moved from being self employed to the public sector during the pandemic and thank God I did. I can't even begin to imagine what I wouldn't be earning at this time of I was still self employed. It's crazy.
    4 points
  38. 4 points
  39. There is simply no justification for these draconian actions , no science , no increase in hospitilisations no increase in deaths , this is wholly about being different from Westminster , we live in dark dark times im afraid , and the increasinginglyaggressive tone towards those who have made the choice not to get vaxed or take the 3rd jag ( I for the recored am jagged but do not believe I have the right to tell someone else what to do with their body/health etc) is becoming increasingly worrying and aggressive in tone .
    4 points
  40. A most enjoyable result in Paisley last night. Overall 'winter break' situation frustrating but it is what it is so three points on Saturday against St Mirren a must. Then we have an opportunity for us to reset, absorb more of the manager's ideas and be ready for a mid-January restart at Pittodrie. As much as recent events leave a bad taste in the mouth and once again highlight Rangers' lack of 'political' clout, we can use the opportunity to get Helander, Roofe and Jack all fit as well as look at recalling one or two loan players or even make a signing. We can benefit too! It's very hard to sit back and simply accept Celtic's off-field machinations but it's always going to be the long game in terms of changing things there and, as always, money talks even if the science and common-sense suggests crowds will not be back any time soon next month.
    4 points
  41. Ha f**king ha. Truth to be told, I didn't even know they were playing tonight. What a nice wee surprise before hitting the hay.
    4 points
  42. Let's face it, with the horrible incompetent folk in charge of both the SPFL and the kiddy on government in Edinburgh, there is absolutely no chance in hell this is a 3 week window with no fans and then we are back at 50,000 at Ibrox. I dont think we will get inside a full Ibrox again until Easter at the earliest. Obviously hope i'm wrong but wee Nippy and her cohorts have plenty of previous. The bheasts will know this also and are only wanting the break brought forward to get their squad back fit before they play us. Everyone else in the SPFL will of course vote along with the bheasts, as they will swallow the empty promises of an early break and full houses straight afterwards, which is virtually impossible to make happen. The only thing we can do about it is not allow our players to go to Africa if/when the fixtures are rescheduled for the same timeframe as the African Cup, and other than that, just keep winning and have up our sleeve that the bheasts were running scared of us and use it as incentive to knock them over at full strength in their own midden when we finally get the chance.
    4 points
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