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  1. Our support took a "wait and see attitude" with SDM and look how that turned out. Our support - myself included - took a "wait and see" attitude with Craig Whyte and again, look how that turned out. I won't stand back and watch someone who has no reason at all whatsoever to be here (other than money) fuck us over again by waiting and seeing just what he will do when there are a group of Rangers men INLCUDING our greatest living manager at the forefront of the call to arms. Others are free to do what they want but don't moan when/if it goes tits up under Charles Green because you have absolutely no right to do so at all. This is the last thing i'm going to say on this subject because quite frankly, i'm sick to the back teeth with all the bickering and negativity towards Saturday's proposed plans mainly because people don't like the group of people/fans groups that are backing it. Bluedell - You were at the last meeting prior to the Hampden March. If you want to come along to our meeting for Saturday to discuss your views, you are more than welcome too. It's at the same location as before at 6pm tomorrow.
  2. I've heard a few stores about Jim recently and they've not showed him in the best of light to be honest. This statement from him is typical of the people who have been working for our club over the years. Our support collectively are a very strange breed at times. Unable to see past bullshit and will instead have spoon-fed to them what they are supposed to like, sing, act like and support. The infighting amongst our support is truly staggering. When you try to arrange and organize events like Hampden and Saturdays forthcoming Rally, it opens your eyes up to a lot of things and wonder just how some people can even support the same team as you with some of the things they say and do. We are all here for the same reason - the love of our club. Petty agendas, past disagreements and politics ALWAYS end up sufracing. It's even happening now within the RFFF I hear. I honestly thought we were getting somewhere after the Hampden march. Every fans group were behind it. We all sat round a table to formulate a plan to defend our club. Days after that, I was loosely threatened by one of the people who sat next to me at that very meeting and helped to Marshall the march. You ask yourself sometimes is it bloody worth all the hassle but you know what, it is and it will be when we get OUR club back and into the correct hands. If people can't see that going with Green is wrong, and won't back this just because groups like the RST are behind it then their opinion is going to further damage our club. If someone like Walter Smith can't unite our support as one then we are royally fucked.
  3. Who is wee proclaimer and where does he post? Very easy for people to start sniping on the internet at others trying to do the right thing to help our club. See when he gets off his arse and actually does something, then he can preach to people.
  4. There seems to be a split opinion on this Saturday's proposed plans. First of all, I fully back the rally and the reasons for doing it. I’m not as heavily involved with organizing this one but I’m in constant contact with the person/people that are and I’m helping out and giving advice to them going on the back of the Hampden one I arranged. Anyway... This isn't an anti Charles Green rally. This is to show our support to Walter Smith. CG has worked hard and done his best and is now in possession of the club. He has also been the face of Rangers recently, giving our manager a much needed and deserved break and I think his positive energy comes through in his interviews and in recent meetings that he has been in with various fans groups. For this alone, he should be thanked. But for the good of our club and for Green himself, both in the short term and in the long term it's imperative that he accepts the inevitable and sells the club to people who really care about it which also includes a certain someone who universally as a support we can get behind and trust 100%. You also have to ask yourself the question - “do you think Walter would get involved at this late stage if he thought CG was the correct person to take the club forward?” Everything has changed dramatically with Walter's recent announcement and if our club are to get back to where they should be and if CG and his consortium are to benefit from their work, then it can only be through selling Rangers on which is what they planned to do in the long term anyway. This is no time for the Rangers support to be anything but united and if you cannot see that then you will damage the club furthermore through your lack of insight. *It's also worth pointing out that events could change throughout the week and this Rally might not even need to take place.*
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  6. The Rangers Fans Fighting Fund have launched the Rangers Pixelpage! http://www.rangerspixelpage.com We all want to help the Rangers and what better way than to get your name or image on the Rangers pixel page. Individual supporters, supporters clubs and corporate clients from all over the world can come together on a superb show of support for the club in a difficult time. This page will become a very important part of Rangers history and an iconic image of support for the club during this difficult time. You can buy any size your funds can manage from £30 to £10,000 and let the world see what the Rangers mean to you. Six lucky fans will have the chance of winning one of six top prizes of a day in the directors box at a top game (excluding Old Firm games) that will stay with you for a lifetime. If you happen to purchase one of our GOLDEN PIXELS then you're in for a treat. You will be notified by email if you have won.
  7. To all of the Rangers Family, Rangers Fans Unite would like to thank everyone who took part in last Saturday's march from Queen's Park to Hampden Stadium, a march in protest of the Scottish Football Association's recent sanctions imposed on Rangers Football Club. As anticipated, the demonstration passed peacefully with Strathclyde Police Chief Superintendent Andy Bates remarking: "There were no arrests at today's protest and I'm delighted at the way that the supporters conducted themselves." Spanning all age groups, the Rangers support assembled on the day to show that if they feel the need to make a statement, they will be heard. During the demonstration, fellow fans of all generations marched shoulder to shoulder. This was precisely what Rangers Fans Unite had planned and hoped for, a day where the entire Rangers family came together to voice their opposition to what they feel is such a severe and unjust punishment. This is just the beginning of our united front. With the size of support we know we have, we can build on the success of Saturday's march. We must continue to defend our beloved club where we feel injustice has occurred. There is a real possibility that our club could be placed into liquidation and we must aim to prevent this at all costs. Now that all the Rangers groups are working together, action will be taken to face the challenges ahead. Tomorrow morning, Monday 30th April at 9:00am, the delegates of the member clubs of the Scottish Premier League meet at Hampden Stadium in Glasgow. The twelve clubs will consider a number of rule changes on "Financial Fair Play" which could have a massive effect on Rangers Football Club. The great response to Saturday's 'call to arms' has sent out a clear message across Scottish Football that simply cannot be ignored. And while we understand the urge to protest against yet another governing body, after constructive discussions among our united support, we propose that further demonstrations should not take place until we are fully aware of any actions the SPL may take. Unity is strength and unity shall be maintained! All Together Now, Rangers Fans Unite
  8. Koeman

    todays demo

    A great day all round. Thanks to everyone who helped to make this day the success it was. We truly are the People. Our Club will NEVER die....
  9. Rangers Fans Unite call on all Rangers fans to support a march to Hampden Park to be held Saturday 28th April. At Hampden Park, Rangers legend Sandy Jardine will address the fans. The assembly point for this is the Victoria Road entrance of Queens Park. March off is 1.30pm to Hampden where a short rally will be held. The march and rally are against the unfair, draconian and unsporting punishments meted out to Rangers FC and it’s fans because of the behaviour of Craig Whyte. We urge fans of all ages to come along and make this a day of protest for the whole Rangers Family. Everyone must rally around at this time of great crisis. Rangers Fans Unite is an initiative created by fans inspired by the colourful displays of the Union Bears and the Blue Order who have spearheaded the organisation of the march. The march and rally is supported by every fans organisation and website. CODE OF CONDUCT FOR MARCH AND RALLY. PLEASE ONLY ATTEND IF YOU ADHERE TO THE CODE OF CONDUCT AND FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS OF STEWARDS AND POLICE AT ALL TIMES. PROTEST ROUTE: http://i50.tinypic.com/2ij1g0.jpg
  10. Will have an update in regards to this tomorrow along with more public statement. Essentially, this is now being fronted by the Union Bears and The Blue Order. Due to their experience and sterling work in helping to create a fantastic atmosphere at games at Ibrox, and on the road, this will help bring needed organisation and a spine to the protest. A meeting is arranged for tomorrow. Members from various Rangers websites, forums and organisations have all been invited to attend. Here, plans will be finalised and we will release the aforementioned statement so everyone knows what is going on. Finally, I just want to again stress the importance of Saturday. All fans are welcome regardless of age although it must be remembered that during the march/protest you will be seen as a representative of Rangers and we hope every individual remembers this and acts accordingly. These bears bite back, now is the time for the Ibrox Roar to be heard!
  11. No probs mate! Thanks for the kind offer. I had a message from a Bear this morning offering to donate £100 for flyers etc but to be honest, I think the word can be spread now through Soical Networking and word of mouth. Once I get the go ahead from the RFWG and perhaps an RST Statment (which i'm in converstation with just now) I think that will be the boost we need to get this to the masses. I personally don't have the time to be disrtributing flyers to Bears pubs etc in the run up to Saturday If anyone has any ideas or suggestions, please let me know. It's still a work in progress! Thanks again for your kind help as always Frankie.
  12. Thanks for fixing the OP Frankie. Someone made that flyer late last night and didn't 100% proof read it before hand Oops! More news to come soon (Empire)
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