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  1. From the BBC... First the Ambrose Red Card and now this being 'omitted' from an Official's Match report. This is fundamentally not right and there isn't even the excuse of 'it was a pre-season friendly' to fall back on. This was a Europa League Qualifier FFS!
  2. I said this elsewhere about entire teams being brought back to defend corner kicks: I can see the time coming when the football authorities will feel inclined to amend the laws of the game regarding every player back at a corner kick. This tactic is designed to clog up the area, limit runs, deny space and minimise goalscoring opportunities, and the outcome is often a series of fouls which may or may not be punished. Officials usually favour the defending team and too often a promising moment in the game fizzles out when a free-kick is awarded. It'll take an extensive trial and error pe
  3. It may turn out to be an attempted payback for Operation Tango or disappointingly a damp squib but the possibilities behind the statement here are tantalising, to put it mildly: http://www.vanguardbears.co.uk
  4. I've seen it at Ibrox for a couple of seasons now. I don't think it's appropriate. Please desist.
  5. It didn't take them very long. Lunney or no Lunney ... http://www.rangers.co.uk/news/headlines/item/7359-mohsni-handed-two-game-ban Monday, 04 August 2014 16:00 Mohsni Handed Two Game Ban Written by Rangers Football Club RANGERS have been informed today that defender Bilel Mohsni will serve a two-match suspension following his red card in the pre-season friendly against Derby on Saturday. The Tunisian defender will now miss the opening two games of the season against Hibernian in the Petrofac Training Cup tomorrow night and the first league match of the campai
  6. Some thoughts on yesterday's HMRC appeal result: http://www.gersnet.co.uk/index.php/latest-news/256-rangers-v-hmrc-a-pyrrhic-victory
  7. The Europa League seems to have slipped by almost unnoticed up to now but an excellent away win for Aberdeen at Gronigen (after an 8-0 agg drubbing of Daugava Rīga) and a penalty shoot out win for St Johnstone at home to Lucern gives Scotland two teams in the 3rd QR. Both Scottish victories came against seeded teams but a disappointing extra-time loss by Motherwell to the unseeded Icelanders, Stjarnan, admittedly second in the Icelandic Premier League in mid season, put a stain on an otherwise good night. Aberdeen and St Johnstone now take the place of their seeded opponents but whilst Gr
  8. [h=2]Club Statement[/h]WRITTEN BY RANGERS FOOTBALL CLUB "RANGERS Football Club Limited (the "Club") notes the findings of Lord Doherty in the HMRC case against Rangers Football Club plc (Oldco) and shares the views of many fans that so much of what later ensued at our Club following the start of that investigation was avoidable. "We are pleased to see the end of this sorry chapter in the history of Rangers FC, yet our greatest sympathy is with those who felt the pain of the last four years the most – our supporters. "In spite of almost unrelenting attacks and setbacks they
  9. As title - What is wrong with the guy? Who the f*#k bites people??????? (Dracula excluded obv)
  10. Rangers has been many things to many people for nearly a century and a half and over much of this time, excellence and aspiration have ranked high in the club's priorities. To be a Rangers supporter was to be a part of a family that had high expectations, an intolerance of mediocrity, an insistence on elite standards and an undying ambition to be the best. The last few years, though, have been a uniquely testing time. Experiencing the team in the lower reaches of Scottish football has been a ghastly experience. After 120 years of winning or coming close to winning the Scottish League, bein
  11. We are currently in the process of gathering together names of individuals and representatives of fans groups, RSCs, websites, etc who are willing to come along and help find a solution to the infighting amongst our fans. If you are interested in attending the meeting could you please email info@thelouden.co.uk (or you could dm/pm us) with your name and any group that you wish to represent or are a part of. To be clear, any individual who wishes to attend to try and help our support is more than welcome but we would appreciate an email so as to know the numbers. Regarding the format o
  12. Not exactly Rangers chat but I think most people will enjoy this Chris Graham article which comprehensively destroys Kevin McKenna's Lennon article of last week... http://www.therangersstandard.co.uk/index.php/articles/current-affairs/324-neil-lennon-the-bravest-man-in-scotland
  13. I'm staunchly Conservative and detest the left wing but Farage will be getting my vote. I agree with every single thing he says.
  14. Neil Lennon is to part company with Celtic after four years as manager following talks about his future. It is understood that the former club captain had been considering his position for some time despite securing a third straight Scottish title. He has been concerned about this playing budget for next season. The 42-year-old Northern Irishman took charge of the Glasgow club in 2010, leading them to three league titles and two Scottish Cups. Lennon, who also previously led Celtic to Champions League last 16, is believed to have been concerned that his present side would b
  15. I believe it's now a distinct possibility that we'll see an "insolvency event" happen this summer given the state of play with season tickets and potential concerns for the security of Ibrox and Murray Park. There are a number of questions this raises, not least of which is - Would this be the first or second insolvency event in the eyes of the SPFL? Would you accept this happening if it meant the parasitic shareholders and board cut and run? What would be Dave King's entry plan/opportunity should it occur? All very emotive stuff I know but I think we have to be realistic
  16. This story was posted about a week ago. I have just seen it today. These numbers are staggering. If the torture thing goes through, how many more? http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/vatican-says-848-priests-defrocked-for-abuse-since-2004-1.2634174?ref=fh%2cwww.mywinnipeg.com Vatican says 848 priests defrocked for abuse since 2004 New wave of lawsuits possible if sex abuse classified as 'torture' The Associated Press Posted: May 06, 2014 9:12 PM ET| Last Updated: May 07, 2014 12:23 PM ET Related Stories ■Pope Francis' tougher stance on church sex abuse focuses on accou
  17. CASH gates will be in operation at tonight's Youth Cup final at St Mirren Park. Gordon Durie's under-20 side will face Hearts with the Youth Cup trophy at stake and you can back the side tonight in Paisley. The youths are aiming for success in the first final appearance for the club in three years. Tickets for the match, which kicks off at 7.30pm, and will go to extra-time and penalties if necessary, will be available at turnstiles this evening. Priced are £5 for adults and £2 for over-65s, under-16s and full-time students. http://rangers.co.uk/news/academy-news/item/6954-c
  18. Lorenzo Amoruso urges Rangers supporters to put their trust in Dave King to oust Ibrox board Sunday 11 May 2014, by Stewart Fisher LORENZO Amoruso last night became the latest former Rangers player to call for supporters to back Dave King and Richard Gough's plan to boycott season tickets and place the money in a trust instead as a means of forcing major boardroom change. The Italian has emerged as a fierce critic of the current hierarchy and feels that placing funds in Ibrox 1972 Ltd, the vehicle introduced by King and already being used by supporters groups' the Union Bears and the
  19. A man has been arrested accused of racially insulting Barcelona defender Dani Alves by throwing a banana at him, Spanish police say. Police said 26-year-old David Campayo Lleo was arrested. Spanish media are reporting he has been fired from a role on the coaching staff of one of Villarreal's youth teams after the arrest. But Villarreal would not confirm nor deny reports about Mr Campayo Lleo's role with the club when questioned about their authenticity. He faces from one to three years in prison if found guilty of charges related to racist provocation. Villarreal has
  20. If the board acquiesce to UOF demands who will then hold first charge/security on the stadium rights to our club ?
  21. In response to a number of threads which kinda veer into polarised positions, I'd like to set out why I think the running of our club is in the wrong hands at present. I avoid calling them 'the board' because it's hard to remember who is actually on which board at the moment, who is responsible for what and who gets to lock the safe, so to speak. That in itself is a criticism of those at the top & I haven't even started! The two people who are most often seen & heard as our main people are Sandy Easdale & Graham Wallace. To begin with Mr Easdale: he's had a struggle to be a
  22. .......for spending spree under Uefa Financial Fair Play rules. Title challengers may face heavy fine or transfer embargo for breaking Uefa's Financial Fair Play rules. Manchester City were facing a huge Financial Fair Play sanction on Monday night as Uefa prepared to rule that the spending spree that transformed them into a superpower of the game breached its much-vaunted cost-control regulations. Telegraph Sport has learnt that City, whose billionaire owner, Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed al Nahyan, has bankrolled the most successful period in the club’s history, will this week be fou
  23. Linfield will face "severe punitive sanctions" if its fans sing the song known as 'the Billy Boys' at matches. The Irish FA has warned the Windsor Park club that the singing of all variations of the song could lead to games being played behind closed doors. Linfield said punishment for fans singing the song includes being referred to the PSNI for prosecution. The club added that this applied to "any other song or chant that is undeniably sectarian or offensive". The move comes after Linfield and Cliftonville successfully appealed punishments dealt out out by the Irish FA over s
  24. http://www.therangersstandard.co.uk/index.php/articles/current-affairs/321-rangers-hearts-and-the-case-of-wee-thistle
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