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  1. http://www.gersnetonline.net/newsite/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=657&Itemid=1 After Kenny Millerââ?¬â?¢s debut for his much debated second spell at Rangers, I think itââ?¬â?¢s time for an objective look at what this controversial signing really brings to the table. First off, I donââ?¬â?¢t blame any Rangers fan for not welcoming this player with open arms to our club. In todayââ?¬â?¢s financial climate, Ã?£2million is a lot of money for any player ââ?¬â?? not least one who failed in his first spell and has hardly shown throughout his career to be the ki
  2. I cannot wait to see this guy play for Arsenal. Another young quality player signs up for a few years. Nasri Talk of Wenger going for Huntelaar as replacement for Adebayor. That would be a good bit of business too.
  3. http://www.sportinglife.com/football/news/story_get.cgi?STORY_NAME=soccer/08/06/26/manual_103242.html&TEAMHD=soccer Certainly sounds like an interesting signing given the quality of the teams also apparently previously interested.
  4. http://www.gersnetonline.net/newsite/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=648&Itemid=1 After last week�s playing staff report cards, it�s time to move onto some analysis of the management team. Walter Smith is certainly the main man here so, while Ally McCoist and Kenny McDowall have played their part and deserve to share in any praise/criticism, I�ll concentrate on Walter. First off, I think we have to give praise where praise is due. When Smith took over in January 2007, the club were struggling badly, hadn�t won a trophy in over 2 years
  5. What is WS transfer funds ?,if rumours are corrcect it's 10mill,if this is true then I don't think it's enough,how many quality players can we get for that ?.I really hope he gets more than than that to spend,we have had enough of signing mediocre players and I for one think the fans deserve to see some quality after too long watching average players pull on the Rangers FC jersey.I know our days of signing Laudrup,Gazza,Albertz and the likes are gone,and I also appreciate the fact that we need to keep our finances in order,but we have just had a financially successfull season and I think WS sh
  6. A long read but have fun... http://www.gersnetonline.net/newsite/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=645&Itemid=1 It’s cold and wet outside, the transfer rumours are starting up again and tennis/cricket seem to be taking over the sports bulletins – the football season must be over again! Let’s have a look over the season that, in Spring promised so much, but by last week delivered so little… Firstly, I think it’s important to say that last August, if we’d been told we’d qualify for the Champions’ League Group Stage, draw with Barcelona, beat Lyon 3-0 away, make
  7. Gribz

    Reflections

    Just a wee thread for everyone to drop their thoughts and reflect on the season. Enough has been said about whether we blew the league, the SPL blew it for us or both. Im looking at it in 2 ways: 1) When Walter came in we were a mess and this seasons targets were to get in a position to challenge again. Big tick on that box. 2) Rangers should never have been in that situation anyway. Aswell as bringing in new faces, the main things Walter and Ally installed was fight, grit and never say die attitude with a bit of harmony - which should be at the club anyway! So maybe the quali
  8. I am sick to the stomach at last nights outcome after the sheep put in there 2nd goal i had to leave the room as couldnt keep my composure any longer we gave it to the tims on a plate. Who is to blame the SPL who could not afford us 1 measley game off against Dundee Utd in fear of offending the Mopes in the east and the conspiritors. causing us to play an unamaginable amount of games in the shortest period of time , i tell you if the sock was on the other foot and timmy was in the same situation there would be cries from the rooftops too get games postponed. Walter Smith ??? We h
  9. Have we blown the League title now after dropping more points , we are handing timmy this league on a plate. i am not happy with the we we are playing , walter leaves it too late to go and attack teams and get the 3 points. We must bring in some quality in the summer and ditch this 4-5-1 formation tonigjt is a must win , if we do not win by at least 3 goals clear i think its over as D.Utd wont try as hard against celtic after all the mccurry carry on and the sheep will play out of there skin against us as usual. We need 6 points on the board and a barrel load of goals to go wi
  10. My son wants to buy a playstation 3 next week but has heard he can't play it on an ordinary television. He heard the television has to have 19000 pixels. Any truth in this, or Advice. If you only have an ordinary tv is it worth getting the PS3 as i can imagine the benefits of better graphics are lost with the poorer picture quality. Advice Please.
  11. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/wales/north_west/7360871.stm Some geeks meet for a game of Star Wars when an idiot ned, dressed as Darth Vader, attacks them! Quality!
  12. 1. Pat Glenn, weightlifting commentator - 'And this is Gregoriava from Bulgaria. I saw her snatch this morning and it was amazing!' 2. New Zealand Rugby Commentator - 'Andrew Mehrtens loves it when Daryl Gibson comes inside of him.' 3. Ted Walsh - Horse Racing Commentator - 'This is really a lovely horse. I once rode her mother.' 4. Harry Carpenter at the Oxford-Cambridge boat race 1977 - 'Ah, isn't that nice.. The wife of the Cambridge President is kissing the Cox of the Oxford crew.' 5. US PGA Commentator - 'One of the reasons Arnie (Arnold Palmer) is playing so well
  13. I hope the big man is correct!! Keeping a clean sheet in the first game could be what wins it for us.
  14. http://www.rangerssupporterstrust.co.uk/rstsite/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=201&Itemid=1 Whether it is a wedding, a sportsman's dinner or simply just for work, the RST are delighted to announce the release of our new official tie. Designed by a local Glasgow firm we're sure our members will be eager to get their hands on this quality piece of merchandise - design below: You can order yours NOW by clicking the following link. Each tie costs �£12.50 with �£1 P&P no matter your location in the world! Buy yours securely via PayPal now! Please n
  15. There has been much speculation this season with a few EPL clubs supposedly jossling for the signatures of our top performers. Hutton was pushed out the door at gun point after spurs gave our chairman an offer he couldnt (or more to the point wouldnt) refuse and if you listen to the rumours there will be a few more tempting bids comming his way. So given the success of the new team this season can we expect walter to put his foot down and demand that his squad remain intact? should we the fans demand consistency through the squad in order to maintain a standard that will see us compete
  16. STEVEN DAVIS is relishing the prospect of making his first trip to Parkhead as a Rangers player tonight and is desperate to make it two wins out of two against the club's greatest rivals. Steven DavisSteven made his Old Firm debut in the 1-0 win at Ibrox on March 29 and once again put in an industrious performance that Stuart McCall would have been proud of in his heyday. Having played in massive Premiership games with Aston Villa and Fulham and also come up against some of the world's best players on the international stage Davis has already proved that he thrives on the big stage.
  17. I'll give Rangers first chance to sign me, says loan star Steve Davis Apr 16 2008 By Colin Duncan RANGERS' hopes of making Steve Davis' switch from Fulham permanent were last night given a major boost. The midfielder revealed he will give the SPL leaders first crack at signing him. The Ulsterman has been a revelation at Ibrox since arriving from Craven Cottage on loan during the January window and has played an integral part in Rangers' push for four trophies this season. Now Ibrox boss Walter Smith has made keeping him his No.1 priority this summer. The 23-year-old is
  18. http://www.rangerssupporterstrust.co.uk/rstsite/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=197&Itemid=1 The facts speak for themselves: Rangers are in a European semi-final with a domestic clean-sweep distinctly possible. The performance in Lisbon was exceptional, with ball retention and composed football of the highest quality. Getting an away goal at a critical time showed genuine character and if Steven Whittaker was Brazilian we�d still be raving about his slalom run through the Sporting defence. Having beaten 3 excellent sides to progress, Rangers now face Fiorentina
  19. By Julian Taylor "When Rangers limped off after a Champions League capitulation at home to Lyon in December, few thought that just four months later the same players would be eyeing a European final. The dejected Glasgow club were parachuted into the Uefa Cup and now only Fiorentina stand in the way of an appearance at the City of Manchester stadium on 14 May. It would be a remarkable achievement and long overdue for a club who have not tasted continental success since a European Cup Winners' Cup victory in 1972. HOW HAS SMITH SUCCEEDED? One of the main criticisms of Smith's fi
  20. Let's leave aside petty and OTT criticism of the players last night. They didn't play well but we're still in the tie, so let's move on. However, I do have one worry and that is we appear to be over reliant on the same players too often at the moment. Guys like McCulloch, Ferguson, Broadfoot and Novo have all done well in patches this season but seem to have lost a wee bit of form over the piece recently. As such, what worries me is that the management team seem very reluctant to take them off or rest them. Sure, when injuries and extra-time force the issue (see Celtic and CIS Final),
  21. as most of you know i have been unwell for a while and am coming back to wellness. i wont be properly back for about a week or so but i just thought i would quickly put this up to start some interest. i think one of the best points about gersnet is the quality of the discussion - without being snobby or bullshity all the news/results etc are given some proper thought. so, anyway, in order to boost our numbers, and give some more exposure to the writers of the great posts, i plan to read the developing discussions editorially. if i, or you, reckon they could get a little polish and a t
  22. Just posted this up on a football forum i am part of, thought i would share this with you lot as well First of all i think this is shocking that there is a game getting played tonight, fair enough it will be Burley's first game but there is an Old Firm game this Saturday which is of great importance. Five regular Rangers players are not in the squad, four of them pulled out Ferguson ( Scotland Captain ), McGregor, Dailly and McCulloch. David Weir was left out the team by Burley to give him a rest due to his age and how many games he has played for Rangers this season. One Celtic player h
  23. Its great that were top of the league, league cup winners, in the quarters of the Uefa cup and still in the Scottish cup. In fact you would have bitten your own hand off for that lot at the start of the season. all so soon after the disasterous moonbeam era of Paul leguen. But i have to ask, Should we be taking a bit more pride in the quality of our game play? To watch Rangers at the moment you need a skin like a rhino to see the game through, in fact if walter & co turned up to play in your back garden you would try and sell your house! We are terrible to watch. There is very lit
  24. Huge weekend of fixtures with the relegation threatened sides all playing at 3pm and a huge Super Sunday. Saturday 12:45 Tottenham v Portsmouth: Spurs are coming off yet another classic game following there 4-4 draw with Chelsea in midweek. They could have ended up with all 3 points had Berbatov's injury time chance not been brilliantly saved by Cudicini. Portsmouth are very much in the european chase and there away form this season is good. I think both sides will cancel each other out. Draw 3pm: Aston Villa v Sunderland: A few weeks ago Villa were in the hunt for the 4th Champion
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