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  1. I remember this boy being mentioned last year. Hopefully the hype will stick and we can have a Klos mark 2 for the next 20 years.
  2. Wonder when that meeting took place, seems to me that Smith was contacted either before PLG left or on the same day to have had a meeting with this guy so fast.
  3. this is a rangers come and get me plea imo
  4. Now the transfer window is speedily approaching time to catch op on the transfer Gossip. TEVEZ WANTS TO STAY West Ham's sulky Argentine striker Carlos Tevez says he wants to stay at the club - not surprisingly, as FIFA rules actually prevent him playing for another team thus season. He stormed out of Upton Park last weekend after being substituted but insists he's ready to play under new owner Eggert Magnusson. "If the new owner wanted me to leave, that is what I would have to do," admitted Tevez. "I'd respect what he wanted as it's his club, but I'd prefer that he and manager Alan Pa
  5. Rangers midfielder Jeremy Clement says his summer move to Ibrox is a stepping stone to bigger things. The Frenchman followed former Lyon boss Paul Le Guen to the Old Firm club back in the summer in a bid to get regular first-team action. The 22-year-old branded the Scottish Premier League 'a minor league', but stressed that he was aiming to improve as a player with The Gers. "Lyon are the best club in France and one of the greatest in Europe," Clement said in the Daily Record. "I have nothing but happy memories of them. "But I wanted to get more playing time and that is what Pa
  6. Hearts supporters have reported assistant referee Willie Dishington to the Scottish Football Association following their game with Dunfermline. Season-ticket holder Steve Gilroy alleges that Dishington made inflammatory gestures to the crowd and has emailed a complaint to the SFA. Gilroy told the Daily Record other fans have also demanded action to be taken against the official. The SFA's head of referee development, Donald McVicar, declined to comment. The Tynecastle game finished 1-1 with the alleged incident sparked in the second half when Dishington gave decisions against
  7. Haha - you must be joking... Firstly, how does today's Daily Record - which struggles to mention yesterday's disgraceful 'penalty' award to St Mirren - compare with early last year when we got a similar supposedly dubious penalty against Hearts? Let me refresh your memory: Daily Record - March 4th 2005 Front Page: Small section on bottom left hand side; Back page: 9-page sports special on 'that' penalty. Back page: THAT WAS NEVER A PENALTY - Exclusive by Keith Jackson Pages 86 and 87: Another Exclusive by Keith Jackson - The Great referees debate - W
  8. Aberdeen are set to swoop for Rangers midfielder Gavid Rae during the January transfer window. (Daily Record) Anyone know anymore about this story? I know he is a Aberdeen lad and supporter so he might fancy it. He would give them a decent midfield with Barry Nicholson (Ex Ger) and Severin. I find him a decent squad player but no more but I would still like to see him get a few games until Clement comes back.
  9. http://www.gersnet.info/fmrangers/newmain/190806.html Firstly I'll start by defining the word hypocrite: Webster's Dictionary has the following: I wouldn't normally waste my or your time by talking about Celtic or one of their players but considering this 'man' is going to be all over the papers for the next few days I think it's only fair we see this wolf without the sheep's clothing. Firstly we'll discuss Lennon's disgraceful claims in Saturday's Daily Record (as proven liar Hugh Keevins did previously a few weeks back) that Rangers didn't sign him in the early 80s as he
  10. http://www.rangerssupporterstrust.co.uk/news/2006/090806.html 09 August 2006 Daily Record Apologises to Trust for Hugh Keevins Article Printed below is an apology from the Daily Record for an article by Hugh Keevins which appeared on Monday 7 August 2006. In it, Keevins invented ââ?¬Ë?quotesââ?¬â?¢ and gave the false impression that he had spoken to someone from the Trust; an impression which both we and the Daily Record are happy to correct. Link to Record Apology 9 August 2006 RANGERS TRUST "IN an article on Monday by Hugh Keevins we attributed part of a quote t
  11. Currently, we are being portrayed, and seen as the BNP, Hezbollah, Al Qaeda of football and have a huge job to turn this perceived image around. However, this is a direct consequence of Dodgy Daveââ?¬â?¢s continued refusal to publicly back us, the Rangers support. For years, many media outlets in this country have openly lied about the actions of Rangers fans. From the supposed riots in Sunderland and Bradford to us cutting our pitch to resemble a sash to the annual criticisms of our kit, sections of the mhedia have shown their agenda ââ?¬â?? to demonise Rangers Football Club and itââ?¬
  12. What an opportunity for Mr Murray to get massive respect from us, the fans, by banning The Daily Record and its 'journalists' from Ibrox for the latest sensationalist and inacurate slur against Rangers FC and the fans. Will he take it, not whilst they still put money into his back pocket. Cammy F
  13. http://www.rangerssupporterstrust.co.uk/news/2006/190706.html 19 July 2006 Trust Expresses Outrage at Record and Mirror 'Smear' Following the cancellation of the Bolton vs Rangers game scheduled for Tuesday 25 July on the advice of Greater Manchester Police, the Rangers Supporters' Trust strongly deplores today's inaccurate, sensationalist and deliberately provocative articles by Keith Jackson of the Daily Record and his counterpart in the Daily Mirror. Unlike professional, responsible journalists at the Daily Express and Evening Times who contacted both Greater Manchester Police a
  14. Never heard of him, we definately need a striker, but there are more important gaps in the team to fill at the moment IMO.
  15. Looks like we're going to get him either way i think.
  16. Rangers are reported to have rejected goalkeeper Ronald Waterreus' wage demands and the Dutchman could now leave the club. The Daily Record reports that Waterreus wants �£15,000 per week - a rise on last season's wage - but the club will only go as high as �£12,000 and will now turn their attention to Paris St. Germain goalkeeper Lionel Letizi as a replacement.
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