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  1. Some training video published today by RTV ... dunno whether it really is up to date though, as Kent, Worrall and Coulibaly are all there, but no Jones. Katic should be away with Croatia's u21s ...
  2. James Lawrence a Rangers transfer target as Steven Gerrard weighs up £3m move for Anderlecht star The centre-back is on a list of potential signings but Championship sides Stoke and Swansea are also interested. Rangers are weighing up a £3 million move for Anderlecht and Wales defender James Lawrence.Mailsport understands the 26-year-old left centre-back is on a list of Ibrox targets, as Steven Gerrard looks to bolster his squad ahead of the new campaign. The Rangers gaffer is a big admirer of Lawrence but could face stiff competition from Championship clubs Stoke and Swansea for his signature. Gerrard is still on the look-out for at least one new centre-half - having so far failed to land Oldham youngster George Edmundson.He spent £3million to snare Connor Goldson a year ago and will have to splash out a similar fee to land Lawrence, who would provide provide competition alongside Niko Katic. English-born Lawrence grew up in Holland as a kid and had spells at Ajax, Sparta Rotterdam and RKC. He then moved to Slovakian outfit AS Trencin where he won two league and cup doubles between 2014 and 2016. That earned him a switch to Belgian cracks Anderlecht last summer, where he made 27 appearances as they finished third in the top flight. But Lawrence’s future is now uncertain after the return of legendary figure Vincent Kompany as player-manager following his departure from Manchester City.That has alerted English clubs to his availability, as well as Gerrard who has already added Jordan Jones, Jake Hastie and Greg Stewart this summer. Lawrence already has five caps for Wales and started for Ryan Giggs’ side in both of their Euro 2020 qualifying defeats to Croatia and Hungary last week - scoring an OG against the Croats in Osijek. Snatched from FF
  3. I would assume that Rangers will then sue the SFA and if that comes to pass, no Scottish team will participate in Europe, as UEFA does not allow teams from an association in a legal battle to do that. BTW, so far they are considering to put it before the CAS. You would have to ask, why does it take them so long? IMHO, Rangers should simply make a step in advance of this and ask the CAS or UEFA lawyers for their opinion on the matter, given the heinous deeds by Whyte ... and whether it is actually time-barred. On a sidenote, it should also be pointed out to UEFA that the SFA showed gross neglect in checking whether Whyte was a fit and proper person, a charlatan who fooled both Rangers FC as well as them. Why would Rangers have to be punished again for acts the SFA were also unaware of?
  4. Friendlies and EQ games have now been more or less scheduled, so what are we looking forward to: EL - Qualifier Draws Tuesday June 18 - QR1 Main Path draw Wednesday June 19 - QR2 Main Path draw JULY 2019 Sun 7 - Rangers FC v Oxford United FC Thur 11 - Europa League QR1, 1st leg Sun 14 - Rangers FC v Olympique Marseille Thur 18 - Europa League QR1, 2nd leg Sun 21 - Rangers FC v Blackburn Rovers FC Thur 25 - Europa League QR2, 1st leg Sun 28 - Rangers FC v Derby County FC Confirmation of exact times will sure be made public here: https://rangers.co.uk/matches/
  5. BTW, I would't be surprised if Lawwell wants any money we gained from that CL season, so he can use it to pay of the child abuse penalties (if any). Obviously, doing so would admit that we are the same club, but ... that would contradict with the journo rubbish regarding new club.
  6. Do type Scotsman, Celtic, child abuse with Google and it ain't that many hits ... https://www.google.de/search?q=Scotsman+Celtic+child+abuse&client=opera&hs=w0R&ei=K0ICXeZCjt3BAtmvOQ&start=0&sa=N&ved=0ahUKEwimhJOxu-biAhWOblAKHdlXDgA4ChDy0wMIeg&biw=1543&bih=731 Counter that with Rangers and tax case ... no interruption of Scotsman articles on the first page. Or Rangers and SFA, UEFA, license ... and the 4 articles are from the Scotsman. I said it before: if I were the Rangers media and press guy, I would look at this, draw up a list of journos with agendas, add the respective links to biased articles and decline any Press Accreditation request.
  7. So ... Youth - IN Lewis McKinnon - Northern Irish centre half Ross McAusland - Northern Irish winger Umaro Balde - from Sporting Lisbon Kane Ritchie-Hosler - a winger from Man City No news on Downing, Baines, Kalas, Brophy, Naismith, Olsson, and Magennis ... with the tendency of none being a real link.
  8. ... and before people go link-hunting ... Pre-season is almost upon us as things begin to take shape on and off the park at Rangers https://fourladshadadream.blog/2019/06/11/pre-season-is-almost-upon-us-as-things-begin-to-take-shape-on-and-off-the-park-at-rangers/
  9. Regarding Magennis, the DR has asked their sources and say there is nothing in it. Whether that gives you the creeps or not is up to you though 😄 I have to say that I have seen more of Magennis than Stewart, mainly because I watch the occassional Northern Ireland game. He does okay for them and was usually a thorn in our sides when playing against us for Killie or Aberdeen. Should, as expected, Morelos moves on, we'd be down to Defoe and Stewart, Lafferty and the annually forgotten man that goes by the name of Hardie. I would assume that Lafferty moves on and Hardie, well, I don`t know.
  10. 2nd in the EPL ... hefty price money. Long run in the CL and winning it. attendance income, advert stuff ... I don`t think Liverpool is in dire need of 10m et al for Kent. E.g. ... CL 2018/19 Winner of 2018-19 champions league can earn between €65m to €75m from “Fixed Amount” pot. Plus Market pool money which can easily elevate total earnings of winners from England, Spain, Germay or Italy around €100 million (prize money + market pool) https://www.totalsportek.com/money/uefa-champions-league-prize-money/ EPL We’ve broken down each club’s earnings for the 2018-19 campaign, not including revenue from European and cup games, ranking them in order of how much they accrued over the season. 1. Liverpool Actual league position: 2nd Matches televised: 29 TV income: £33.5million Prize money: £36.1million Equal share: £79.4million Total: £149million https://www.planetfootball.com/quick-reads/club-by-club-a-breakdown-of-the-2018-19-premier-league-prize-money/
  11. https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/sport/football/football-transfer-news/eduardo-herreras-rangers-exit-imminent-16488680 ... understandable but still only conjecture on the DR`s part.
  12. Word on FF that Kent wants to go out on loan again, only to us, and doesn`t fancy any permanent switch. Any deal for Kent would not stop a Ojo loan. https://www.followfollow.com/forum/threads/gers-close-to-kent-loan-deal-with-liverpool.78162/ Add to that a new bid for Edmundson.
  13. That's rather pointless a statement, IMHO. People have been in raptures about Tav this season, as he scored sooooooo many penalties (and two more goals) and has a fair amount of assists. Last season he played in AFAIK every mauling we received from the Scum and was miserable on nigh each occasion bar the 2-3 defeat at Ibrox. This season he played the pass that killed any chance of the title and possible CL millions. Likewise, this season Tav (and Kamara) had better defenders / midfielders who played better as a unit than e.g. Alves or Barton had. Obviously, what do we actually know about their wages? IMHO, Alves was the best defender we had about, did well enough at first with Cardoso, despite an ailing midfield and fullbacks who bombed forward and left the CDs exposed more often than not. The team generally played way below standard, no matter what they were paid. Many factors worked against us last season, quite a few of those were eradicated this season. And with the latter I don`t mean selling Alves, Kranjcar and Barton.
  14. ex-Rangers Girls / Ladies strikeress Erin Cuthbert leads the line against England right now. Need to check whether any of the other Scottish ladies have played for us before.
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