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  1. On the main site today we have an enjoyable read from @Gizmo231 regarding how Jordan Jones has already changed his style in the short time since moving from Killie. https://www.gersnet.co.uk/index.php/news-category/current-affairs/1048-keeping-up-with-the-jones
  2. Before Sunday's final Old Firm game of the season there was the usual manufactured controversy by the usual trolls in the media. Last week it was Chris Sutton's turn to take the lead by suggesting Rangers should give Celtic a guard of honour ahead of the match to show respect for their title win. Of course, given the rivalry between the clubs, this was never going to happen but it didn't stop several other journalists and pundits latching onto the 'debate' inferring Rangers lacked the class or humility to applaud the Celtic players onto the pitch. Even Alan Stubbs and Neil Lennon had their
  3. On our main site today, another superb article from @Rick Roberts discussing the flaws in the SPFL disciplinary process and why RFC are right to highlight that and associated unfair broadcaster coverage. Don't miss it! https://www.gersnet.co.uk/index.php/news-category/current-affairs/999-re-refereeing-scottish-football
  4. Finally, during a rare day off work, I managed to view the recently released Amazon documentary about Steven Gerrard. It’s important to note right away, there’s nothing about Rangers in it. Instead it’s a biography of our manager’s playing career – specifically at Liverpool – and the incredible highs and cruel lows within it. It’s an essential watch for any football fan about the loyalty and drive of a legendary player in the modern era. And its relevance to Rangers isn’t just noteworthy but timely. The similarities between Rangers and Liverpool are obvious. They reside within
  5. We have a wee treat for those of you who like a wee punt ahead of Sunday's game. You can win BIG just by predicting seven outcomes in the Rangers v St Johnstone match at Ibrox! Lower stakes. Higher returns. Bigger probability of winning! How you can get involved: 1. Click here: http://bit.ly/2xoUIpt 2. Answer 7 questions on the Rangers Big Game Predictor 3. The more questions you predict correctly the higher you finish 4. The higher you finish, the bigger the prize! It's fun, It's simple and genuinely easy to win. It'
  6. https://twitter.com/GersnetOnline/status/1031445364283531265
  7. When rumours of Steven Gerrard being linked with the Rangers manager job first appeared on our forum in late April, it's fair to say that my first reaction was to smile disbelievingly then, once I knew there was substance in the rumour, doubt was my next emotion. After all, as much as no-one can deny the quality of Gerrard's playing CV, his managerial experience is minimal and neither is he any expert in Scottish football or Rangers. It's also fair to say, many Rangers fans had these same initial doubts. In just under 1000 fans polled on our main site in April, there was no clear
  8. Great stuff on our main site today from @Rick Roberts - make sure you check it out when you can: https://www.gersnet.co.uk/index.php/news-category/current-affairs/915-dave-king-s-statement-of-intent Dave King's Statement of Intent There’s a basic rule of thumb that wherever competition exists then you have to put effort in to just stand still, to keep your place. To stay ahead you have to adapt, react and put the work in, put more and better work in than those you’re competing against. As soon as you ease off then others will step up and take your place - especially
  9. Steven Gerrard sits on a low-backed chair, electric lights beaming down from above, highlighting his furrowed brow and bearded chin. He is relaxed, leaning back in a tie-less suit, hands resting on his knees. In the enclosed studio, Gerrard is joined by Ian Wright, Glenn Hoddle and presenter Jake Humphrey, as Anfield looms in the background. Discussion turns to what it takes to be a Premier League player. "I was obsessed," said Gerrard straightforwardly. "You have to be obsessed." "Even though they're your teammates you have to be obsessed and move them
  10. The heat is on… I was at a close friend’s stag do in Newcastle over the weekend. Beer, food, racing, karaoke and a bunch of mates I’d not seen for a while – it was magic! And with an Old Firm semi-final on the Sunday afternoon, I was even fairly excited to get back up the road. Unfortunately, an unforeseen two hour delay on the train meant I was going to miss a good portion of the first half. But even a patchy 4G service on the run into Waverley had my good mood evaporating as Rangers got off to an awful start in the game. By the time we’d arrived in Edinburgh and f
  11. Dear all, Last year we indicated that we were hoping to see if we could get a Gersnet Podcast on the go and, after some discussions and very early preliminary testing, we're confident that we'll be able to progress this over the coming weeks with a view to having something ready to go for the end of this season (or certainly for the new campaign in the summer). The format we're looking to go with is that of a nominal host with a couple of guests per pod and we'd initially be looking to run these monthly (audio only to start). I think we'd aim at around 30-40mins length
  12. As most of you will be aware, we've been doing some testing lately with regard to starting a new Gersnet Podcast. A few technical teething issues aside, this testing has been going very well and we're confident that we can get this up and running properly over the next couple of weeks. Before we do though, we're going to have one final test this weekend and that's where you can come in. Given there is no Rangers game, we'd like to discuss your questions on this week's trial pod. Anything goes (within reason) so we're happy to discuss as wide a range of Rangers relate
  13. An excellent article on the main today from @JohnMcIntosh19 https://www.gersnet.co.uk/index.php/news-category/current-affairs/869-the-increasing-value-of-james-tavernier James Tavernier has probably been the biggest enigma in the Rangers side over the last few seasons in terms of splitting the opinions of many supporters. Whilst his attacking threat and excellent output going forward has never really been questioned, his defensive qualities, lack of positional awareness and a failure to competently defend his back post definitely have been. I’ll start this off
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