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  1. ALLY McCOIST is confident Lewis Macleod won't get carried away with the hype surrounding him as he continues to shine for Rangers. The midfielder has emerged as one of the most promising young talents in the country, with Ibrox striker Kris Boyd tipping him to become a hit like Light Blues legend Barry Ferguson. Macleod took his tally for the season to three with a brace in Rangers' 8-1 win over Clyde on Monday night. And McCoist is delighted to see him fulfilling his promise after a lengthy spell on the sidelines with a viral problem earlier this year. He said: "We misse
  2. Racing Genk have tonight confirmed him as their new manager.
  3. THERE has been more talk in the last few days about a possible deal that would see Ibrox renamed if Mike Ashley was to increase his stake in Rangers by underwriting the £4million share issue. It is not something that I am in favour of and I hope we never see the Ibrox name lost.As far as I am concerned, Ibrox will always be Ibrox. There are a lot of clubs down south that play in branded stadia. Arsenal get a lot of money for having their ground called The Emirates, but that is different to what could happen at Rangers if the Ashley deal does indeed go through. That, like the
  4. According to The Sun, Bell dislocated his shoulder against Falkirk and could be out for up to three months.
  5. As many of you will already know, Frankie published an obituary this morning following the extremely sad news of the recent passing of Gordon Young who was a regular contributor to the site and very well known to Gersnet forum members as Bluebear54. Tragically, Gordon finally lost a year long battle with cancer on Thursday night, but he goes with our love and best wishes as a knowledgeable, passionate and witty Bear who we will all remember very fondly indeed. Back in October 2013 I asked Gordon to write the article for our very first regular Gersnet magazine column, which at that tim
  6. Next year will see us enter the Premiership hoping to reclaim our crown as King of Scotland. I am looking for some help in this thread from you guys please. I am looking at our revenue in the lower leagues and what we used to bring in when in the SPL and looking at how we are going to get back there, so some fag packet maths. When in the SPL our average revenues were £25m Gate Receipts and Hospitality £3m Sponsors and Advertising £5m Broadcasting rights £5m Commercial income £2m Other operating income That is us, without European football. A £4
  7. Folks, just a quick heads up for anyone who's interested to let you know that Gersnet currently have our second magazine column in WATP mag. In the first column (for issue 5) we had articles from Andy Steel & CammyF and in the latest column for WATP issue 6 we have an excellent article from Frankie called 'One Rangers, Many Factions' and a small related piece from myself called 'Factions and Fractions'. You can find our Gersnet column spread across pages 36 & 37 of WATP magazine issue 6 which is now available in your local newsagents and WHSmith stores across Scotland and Nort
  8. Along the same lines as Ian's recent thread, my gmail seems to have slowed right up, I am getting a lot of "loading" (very slowly) messages, it is taking forever to open messages and when I send I am constantly getting "still working". I am with TalkTalk and it is very slow - 0.94 Mbps to 1.6Mbps this morning which TT always blame on distance form my local (Lennoxtown) exchange; but that is no different now than it has been for years. They recently sent me a new router which has made no difference at all and that was prior to the current slowdown which only occurred in the last couple of
  9. I'd tried to temper my bewilderment at our close season signings by reflecting on the often used mantra that "there is no substitute for experience". But having a manager with a propensity for playing just one out and out striker it seemed reasonable to question the wisdom of signing 2 ageing, albeit proven strikers, taking our total to 5. I suppose in some ways the fact we played with 2 up front today is a positive improvement - cherish it, its probably the only positive you will find in this article. With young Charlie Telfer exiting Ibrox and directing barbed comments at our manager's a
  10. http://www.showtimedriveinmovies.com/ http://m.ticketmaster.co.uk/ticket/search.do?articles=tmuk&query=IBROX&submit=
  11. A burger and large coke? £7.50!!!! Outrageous.
  12. http://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/news/market-news/market-news-detail.html?announcementId=12043401 Looks like the £5m button isn't as easy to press as they think...
  13. Am I alone in wondering where our keeper is? When did you last see Cammy Bell come out and make clean catch? What does our £180k p.a goalkeeping coach think ? I think teams now realise this and deliberately try to put the ball into our six yard box knowing he won't get it
  14. ALLY McCOIST today revealed Rangers midfielder Arnold Peralta is currently stranded in Paris - trying to sort out a work visa. Peralta has failed to return to Glasgow since the end of last season and McCoist admits he has no idea when he is coming back. The Honduran internationalist is in France with his girlfriend attempting to secure the visa he needs for a work permit. The 25-year-old was tipped to leave Ibrox last season after newspaper comments attributed to him appeared in his homeland. He struggled to hold down a regular first team place in League One last season a
  15. [/img] Glasgow 2014: Google marks start of Commonwealth Games. Google's latest search page artwork, known as the Google Doodle, marks the opening of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-28366403 For me the best news is that the Queen is bringing 4 days of 25C+ temperatures to Glasgow and that our visitors take away great memories of the city. Forget Celtic Park/East End nonsense for a minute if you can and just think of the opportunity we have to impress the world. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-28419129 The bad news is that desp
  16. rbr

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    Can we please have a list of subjects that we are allowed to talk about and discuss , possibly they could get in touch with the secret gang of two or three and ask them for their opinions and that can be relayed to the rest of us living in the equivalent of GersnetNorth Korea. Free the supercooper1
  17. RANGERS Football Club has today announced a commercial supply deal with the UK’s leading cider and beer business, HEINEKEN, who join our growing portfolio of international partners. HEINEKEN will become Official Beer and Cider Provider for hospitality facilities at Ibrox Stadium including its flagship Heineken® premium beer, a global brand with a proven football pedigree, through its long term association with the UEFA Champions League. Chief Executive Graham Wallace commented: “Rangers Football Club is delighted to announce a commercial deal with HEINEKEN, one of the world’s premier b
  18. Well!, will the SHEEP carry on the BHEAST embarrassment from last night?,or can they get a result tonight?
  19. 5000 tickets already purchased by Rangers fans for the game against Derby, can we sell out the stadium before the season starts? #dcfc
  20. The poll resulted in a narrow win for 27/09/2014 v Hibernian, with the obvious caveat of moving to Sunday if required. As was proven last time, even if an early kick-off is unpalatable to some from a football point of view it gave us a nice comfortable afternoon/ early evening to eat and drink; so in some ways I'd be hopeful of an early kick off again. In the first instance I'm only going to put up two options: going back to Malaga Tapas http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Restaurant_Review-g186534-d1087980-Reviews-Malaga_Tapas-Glasgow_Scotland.html or "somewhere else". In order not to appea
  21. Seeing on FF Rangers played Thistle behind closed doors. (sing along chaps) at Firhill. 1-0 Rangers Lewis McLeod.
  22. RANGERS will compete in their first game of this year’s Dale Farm Milk Cup when they take on County Armagh at the Riverside Stadium in Drumahoe tonight, kick-off 7pm. The young Light Blues, who are in the under-15 Junior section, will then face a mouthwatering test against Liverpool on Tuesday at Ballymena Showgrounds (ko 8pm) before their third game against O’Higgins from Chile on Wednesday at the Riada Stadium in Ballymoney (ko 3.30pm). It is 21 years since Rangers participated at the Milk Cup in Northern Ireland and Jim Sinclair, Rangers Academy Director, believes it's an exciting oppo
  23. Some thoughts on yesterday's HMRC appeal result: http://www.gersnet.co.uk/index.php/latest-news/256-rangers-v-hmrc-a-pyrrhic-victory
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