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  1. It’s Not What You Say, But What They Hear I made a mistake last Sunday. In a pique of frustration over the inevitability of much of Saturday night’s events and annoyance over some of the coverage it garnered, I sent a Tweet. As Tweets go it was quite long, and was an attempt to remind people that Rangers supporter’s who fight police officers, or themselves, on a Saturday night in town are no more representative of me, or the vast majority of our support, than the Rangers supporter’s who went bird watching, long distancing running or line dancing are. I wish I hadn’t. I’
  2. A fair amount of formatting in this, so best viewed online via the link above. Many thanks to @Rick Robertsfor another quality piece of analysis.
  3. Didn't get a chance to post this superb article from @Rick Robertson the forum yesterday. Do make sure you catch up with it today, folks!
  4. Jim McLean - An Appreciation Our last match of the 1983/84 season took place on the 14th of May away at Tannadice. I remember very little about the match itself other than the facts that Rangers won and that there was a rousing rendition of ‘Rangers are back, Rangers are back’ from the away support situated under the old covered terrace along Sandeman Street. Season 83/84 was one of major change for Rangers. For only the 9th time in our history we changed managers when John Grieg, arguably our greatest ever captain, resigned following a run of poor results and vocal supporter unre
  5. I was lucky enough to be given a copy of a new book titled The 50 Greatest Rangers Games by Martyn Ramsay. This is my review of it. We all have a favourite Rangers match, or at least a handful that standout above all the others, but I’m not sure I could rank my top 50 and certainly not in order of importance. So I approached this book with a mix of trepidation and excitement. In a recent edition of When Saturday Comes magazine, the writer, Taylor Parks, talks about the 3 ages of football supporting. The last age is nostalgia; always looking back, comparing everything
  6. https://www.gersnet.co.uk/index.php/news-category/current-affairs/1157-heroes-scoring-zeroes
  7. Now and again we have relevant book reviews on the site and I've been asked by our friends at 'In The Book' to discuss their 'Personalised Rangers Book: A Newspaper History' product. As you can see from their website, Historic Newspapers is a back-issue newspaper company that holds the world’s largest archive of original newspapers. Unforgettable moments from throughout Rangers' long history are collected in the form of the original match reports and headlines from the Daily Record. The book kicks off with the earliest Record sports reports from 1919, befor
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