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  1. BEARGER

    New Ibrox

    The gaps between Copland/Broomloan and Main Stand is something that detracts from the stadium imo.
  2. Another one James Lawrence of Anderlecht, Welsh Internationalist.
  3. Being reported (Sun) that we are making one more bid for George Edmundson from Oldham.
  4. BEARGER

    New Ibrox

    Found this on twitter. When your dad is a Rangers enthusiast, a structural engineer and plenty of time on his hands...
  5. David Turnbull: Motherwell midfielder rejects 'magnificent' Celtic offer By Scott Mullen BBC Sport Scotland Motherwell had agreed a club record fee with Celtic for Turnbull David Turnbull's potential £3m switch to Celtic hangs in the balance after the Motherwell midfielder rejected their offer. A club record fee was agreed on Wednesday between the Fir Park side and the Scottish champions. But the 19-year-old player and Glasgow club could not reach an agreement over personal terms. Celtic have now released a statement to say the "magnificent" offer made to Turnbull has not been accepted. "Currently, we have been unable to come to an agreement with the player's agent," said Celtic. "Celtic FC is content that it has made a magnificent offer and it is now up to the agent and player to decide if the player wants to join Celtic. "If not, we move on." BBC Sport has learned a number of clubs are monitoring Turnbull's situation, including Barnsley who have already had a bid for the Fir Park academy graduate rejected. Sources close to Turnbull confirmed the Celtic offer has been rejected, insisting the player will continue to keep his options open. Turnbull, who scored 15 goals for his boyhood club last season, has two years left to run on his contract.
  6. https://www.scotsman.com/author/joel.sked It is an argument which arises every time the Scotland are set to play. Which clubs provide the most number of fans and, conversely, which club's fans take little interest in the national team? It is often felt, in a sweeping generalisation, that the Celtic and Rangers fans are not overly bothered with Scotland, preferring to concentrate on supporting the two behemoths of Scottish football. The Tartan Army, it is believed, is made up of fans from lower league clubs, while Aberdeen is thought of as a stronghold for the supporters of the national team. Yet, data revealed by the digital manager of the SFA shows that Rangers have the biggest percentage of fans among Scotland Supporter Club members. They are followed by four of the other 'big five' - if you will. Aberdeen, Celtic, Hearts and Hibs, in that order. Michael Bochel tweeted: "Probably a good opportunity to dispel some myths about the Scotland support. Based on the last time I looked (Dec 2018) the teams supported by Supporter Club members in order of % were: Rangers Aberdeen Celtic Hearts Hibs
  7. There is no god, we have to help ourselves.
  8. BJ wins first ballot with 114 votes, way ahead of the rest.
  9. BEARGER

    TV Licence

    It’s a gravy train. https://www.bbc.com/aboutthebbc/whoweare/staff
  10. Is there any way to cancel a report?
  11. BEARGER

    TV Licence

    2017-2018 Salaries The BBC has published the latest list of its highest-paid stars later as part of its annual report. Some stars have had pay increases, while others have dropped down the list - although in many cases, such as with Claudia Winkleman, this is a result of some programmes being produced by BBC Studios, which is now considered a commercial entity and so no longer counted. ■ Men dominate BBC's star salaries list Here's the full list of those earning more than £150,000 in 2017-18: Gary Lineker - £1,750,000-£1,759,999 Match of the Day, Sports Personality of the Year 2016-17: £1,750,000-£1,799,999 Chris Evans - £1,660,000-£1,669,999 Radio 2 breakfast show. His drop this year is down to no longer presenting Top Gear. 2016-17 pay: £2,200,000-£2,249,999 Graham Norton - £600,000-£609,999 BBC Radio 2 Saturday show and BBC TV fee for a range of programmes 2016-17: £850,000-£899,999. Steve Wright - £550,000-£559,999 Radio 2 afternoon show 2016-17: £500,000-£549,999 Huw Edwards - £520,000-£529,999 BBC News and elections and news specials. The BBC has previously reported he's taken a pay cut. 2016-17: £550,000-£599,999 Jeremy Vine - £440,000-£449,999 Radio 2 & Eggheads. Points of View is made by BBC Studios. The BBC has previously said he's also taken a pay cut. 2016-17: £700,000-£749,999 Nicky Campbell - £410,000-£419,999 5 live Breakfast and Your Call. The BBC has previously said he's taken a pay cut. 2016-17: £400,000-£449,999 Alan Shearer - £410,000-£419,999 Match of the Day 2016-17: £400,000-£449,999 Nick Grimshaw - £400,000-£409,999 Radio 1 Breakfast Show, Big Weekend and Teen Awards 2016-17: £350,000-£399,999 John Humphrys - £400,000-£409,999 Radio 4 Today programme. Mastermind is made by BBC Studios, accounting for some of Humphrys' drop. The BBC has previously said he's also taken a pay cut. 2016-17: £600,000-£649,999 Andrew Marr - £400,000-£409,999 The Andrew Marr Show, Start the Week, documentaries 2016-17: £400,000-£449,999 Stephen Nolan - £400,000-£409,999 5 live, Radio Ulster and Nolan Live show 2016-17: £400,000-£449,999 Claudia Winkleman - £370,000-£379,999 BBC Radio 2 and BBC TV fee for a range of programmes. Strictly Come Dancing is made by BBC Studios. 2016-17: £450,000-£499,999. Simon Mayo - £340,000-£349,999 Radio 2 & 5 live 2016-17: £350,000-£399,999 Vanessa Feltz - £330,000-£339,999 Radio 2 & Radio London 2016-17: £350,000-£399,999 Eddie Mair - £330,000-£339,999 Radio 4 PM programme 2016-17: £300,000-£349,999 Ken Bruce - £300,000-£309,999 Radio 2 morning show 2016-17: £250,000-£299,999 George Alagiah - £290,000-£299,999 BBC News 2016-17: £250,000-£299,999 Scott Mills - £280,000-£289,999 Radio 1 afternoon show 2016-17: £250,000-£299,999 Jason Mohammad - £260,000-£269,999 Final Score, 5 live, Radio 2's Good Morning Sunday, Radio Wales, snooker 2016-17: £250,000-£299,999 Nick Robinson - £250,000-£259,999 Today programme & Political Thinking. The BBC has previously reported he's taken a pay cut. 2016-17: £250,000-£299,999 Evan Davis - £250,000-£259,000 Newsnight & Radio 4's The Bottom Line. Dragons' Den is made by BBC Studios. 2016-17: £250,000-£299,999 The rest of the list £230,000-£239,999 ■ Nick Knowles ■ Lauren Laverne ■ Gabby Logan ■ Jon Sopel £220,000-£229,999 ■ Mark Chapman ■ Mishal Husain ■ Laura Kuenssberg ■ Emily Maitlis ■ Dan Walker £210,000-£219,999 ■ Victoria Derbyshire £200,000-£209,999 ■ Jeremy Bowen ■ Martha Kearney ■ Amol Rajan ■ Sophie Raworth £190,000-£199,999 ■ Sue Barker ■ Mary Berry ■ John McEnroe ■ Mark Radcliffe £180,000-£189,999 ■ Jonathan Agnew ■ Clare Balding ■ Fiona Bruce £170,000-£179,999 ■ Katya Adler ■ Mark Easton ■ Greg James ■ Shaun Keaveny ■ James Naughtie ■ Jo Whiley ■ Ian Wright £160,000-£169,999 ■ Kamal Ahmed ■ Sarah Montague ■ John Simpson ■ Moira Stuart ■ Justin Webb £150,000-£159,999 ■ Ben Brown ■ Rachel Burden ■ Tina Daheley ■ Jane Garvey ■ Simon Jack ■ Fergal Keane ■ Trevor Nelson ■ John Pienaar ■ Sarah Smith Some of the stars no longer the list: ■ Zoe Ball (Strictly: It Takes Two) 2016-17: £250,000-£299,999 It Takes Two is made by BBC Studios ■ Matt Baker (The One Show) 2016-17: £450,000-£499,999. The One Show is made by BBC Studios ■ Alex Jones (The One Show) 2016-17: £400,000-£449,999. The One Show is made by BBC Studios ■ Tess Daly (Strictly Come Dancing) 2016-17: £350,000-£399,999. Strictly Come Dancing is made by BBC Studios ■ Derek Thompson (Casualty) 2016-17: £350,000-£399,999. Casualty is made by BBC Studios ■ Amanda Mealing (Casualty) 2016-17: £250,000-£299,999. Casualty is made by BBC Studios ■ Prof Brian Cox (Science documentaries & Radio 4's Infinite Monkey Cage) 2016-17: £250,000-£299,999 Follow us on Facebook, on Twitter @BBCNewsEnts, or on Instagram at bbcnewsents. If you have a story suggestion email entertainment.news@bbc.co.uk.
  12. Stewart has got a inordinately amount of publicity in the MSM compared with other make weights. A conspiracy theorist would think it was down to his SIS connections.
  13. Bruce Archer Online Sports News Editor, Daily Express · 1m Liverpool have agreed to send Sheyi Ojo to Rangers on loan. Expected to join the squad on Monday for pre season #RangersFC
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