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  1. Guest

    pre ordered new top

    i pre-ordered the new top for someone on the 4th june Rangers Home Shirt 2010/11 SS [Pre-Order] Custom Shirt Name:PAPAJJ This is a pre-order item and will be delivered on the release date but now got a email sent 16th Dear Customer On your Rangers FC pre-order you have requested printing but have provided us with a name that the warehouse will not print as it is a nickname. Could you please can you let us know what alternative printing you require. As i am only part time staff, please reply with your order number and what printing you require to customerservices@jjbspor
  2. Word has it that Lafferty has been given the nod that he will be given the No9 shirt next year , make of that what you will
  3. http://www.rangersmegastore.com/rangers-limited-edition-boxed-shirt/champions-merchandise/shop/fcp-product/1818 Half price.... and only 600 made.
  4. After all the excitement of Rangers winning the title for the 53rd time, many of us have enjoyed each week's twists and turns by way of playing in the Gersnet BBC Predictor League. The final standings are as shown here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/cgi-perl/scotland/sportscotland/predictor/scotland.pl?season=SPL20092010&action=minileague&subaction=view&id=8592&modifier=M01&x=24&y=10 Top 5 Scozzese 166 petegers 164 ak5679 162 Gersnet_Bluedell 161 Gersnet_ian1964 157 Well done to our winner 'Scozzese' who can claim their prize (the new Rangers home o
  5. Prior to ending his ill fated reign with Celtic this week Tony Mowbray had taken so much on the chin that only Jimmy Hill or Buzz Lightyear could have withstood so many blows to the jaw. From the moment he entered Celtic Park as the new manager Mowbray was struggling to make himself understood and often left listeners and observers questioning his intentions and meaning. It is undeniable that the media hold a large amount of sway over the general public and if you are not able to keep the devious and conniving journalists happy or provide them with good copy then you are facing an uphill b
  6. Just so we know it's not just Timothy who is paranoid...these quotes are from Cricinfo.com and relate to England's win over Bangladesh (BD) this morning. Must be an ex-pat celt, I reckons. and a textbook reply... You can tell how heartbroken I am at the defeat to Dundee Utd by the fact that I'm reading the cricket scores...
  7. A SICK Celtic fan taunts brave Falklands hero Simon Weston - by waving an ARGENTINA shirt during yesterday's Old Firm clash. The vile stunt came as war veteran Simon - who suffered horrific burns in the conflict - was a guest of Rangers' charity at Ibrox. SIMON WESTON Guest ... hero Weston Furious ex-Army major Mike Rumbles MSP said: "It is totally unacceptable. This mindless rivalry between Old Firm fans has now hit a new low. This is deplorable." It's claimed other Hoops fans heaped more shame on their club during their 1-0 defeat by chanting the name of the South American c
  8. Looking forward to watching the pre match handshake here to see if Bridge snubs Terry. Bookies are taking good bets on them shaking hands, tackling, bookings, shirt swapping and spotting the chick Terry nailed in the crowd. Personally if i was Bridge I'd shake hands and look the other way and put myself back in the England squad. In 20 years time he will look back and realise he was silly not going to a world cup over this. As long as Man City get a point or a win I dont care.
  9. I will not predict the score of our visit to Ibrox on Sunday but am happy to predict the location of media microphones for the minutes silence before the game. There will be one at the turnstiles, one down Broomloan Road and one at the nearest 12:00 Mass, all looking for audio for Monday's news. It took two people singing while alighting a bus at Falkirk to make the news, less material will be sufficient next week. Rangers are also using the occasion to present a 'poppy shirt' to Simon Weston, the Falklands veteran whose injuries became a token of the conflict. For those of you too y
  10. CHAIRMAN reveals profit of 13.1million pounds to December 31, 2009 More... RANGERS have announced unaudited interim results for the six months to 31 December 2009 and chairman Alastair Johnston has released the following statement: I HAVE pleasure in presenting the Interim Results for the six months to 31 December 2009, a period that saw the Chairmanship of the Club pass to myself in August 2009. The ensuing six months of my tenure saw us perform in Europe's elite club competition and reap the financial benefit of so doing in achieving turnover of �£37.8m and an operating pro
  11. Go no farther if you are easily offended!!!!!!!!!!!! My girlfriend says the hardest thing in the world is to balance a career and a family. She's obviously never tried to balance a laptop on her knees while having a wank. There�s a new sex position in the Karma Sutra called "The Plumber". Both of you stay in all day, and no fucker cums ...:-S. There's a new craze in Camborne pubs. Girls are putting vodka jelly up their snatches and having blokes suck it out with straws. Police and health authorities are now worried about the effects of Minge
  12. Stolen from an irish football forum.... A (TRANSFER DEADLINE) DAY IN THE LIFE OF ROBERT DAVID KEANE (AGED 29) 12pm: Get up and eat hearty Irish breakfast. It's going to be another long transfer deadline day chez Keane. I've been a massive fan of transfer deadline day all my life, going back to when I was a kid growing up in Dublin. 12.45pm: Mmm, that was tasty. I've been a massive fan of rashers, eggs, sausages, baked beans, black pudding, soda bread and black tea all my life, going back to when I was a kid growing up in Dublin. 1.30pm: Knock on lid of sunbed and ask Claudine w
  13. http://www.gersnetonline.co.uk/2010/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=194:tennents-new-shirt-sponsor-of-rangers&catid=1:articles&Itemid=67 As most bears will be aware, the Carling shirt-sponsorship deal ends this summer and Coors (despite official comment to the contrary) have no plans to renew the deal with both sides of the Old Firm. This means several high profile companies have been in discussions with club representatives in recent months with a view to taking over the lucrative contract. To that end, we can confirm Tennent's have agreed a deal with bot
  14. ian1964

    Kris boyd

    KRIS BOYD walked. Others hid. Shattered by George Burley's sickening snubs Boyd had sunk to an all-time low. Deeply hurt, bitterly frustrated and seething with anger the Rangers No9 took the bombshell decision he knew could haunt him for the rest of his career. A player who grew up dreaming of being Scotland's striker turned his back on his country with a heavy heart. Now 14 months after entering his own personal international exile Boyd wants to come back into the fold. Today in an exclusive interview with SunSport the Ibrox goal machine has revealed the Scotland squad was
  15. Davy

    Boyd booking

    Absolute shocking!!....This ruling they have is a joke FFS!!He only lifted his shirt up to his midrift
  16. HE lifted his shirt and showed off his torso. But what was hidden deep inside was that Kris Boyd's stomach was churning. The Rangers No 9 had just netted against Falkirk to notch yet another remarkable career landmark - 150 goals in the SPL. But the magnificent feeling of personal achievement was quickly swept aside... by FEAR. Boyd is at the club of his dreams, but with January looming large the living nightmare for him is now fast approaching. Rangers did their best to sell their prized asset 12 months ago and the hitman is wary that the same thing could happen again.
  17. I know Hateley hasn't made many friends with some of his columns about us in recent times, but I think he's speaking a lot of sense in his latest one. From today's Daily Record:
  18. Right Gav Driving home from work on Sunday night, just after 11pm. Going about 35mph, so was the car in front of me. Stopped at traffic lights, police stop at the traffic lights coming the opposite way. We set off again once the lights turn to green, look in my rear view mirror and the police are turning round, so i slow down to 30mph. They come speeding right up my arse, put their lights on. So i pull in to the petrol garage that is 50 yards up the road. Get out the car, policeman says " no need to worry mate, just checking who is on the roads tonight" He seen my work polo shirt and
  19. Wigan chairman Dave Whelan says Marlon King will never play for the club again after he was jailed for 18 months. The striker, 29, was found guilty of sexual assault and actual bodily harm after he had been "cold-shouldered" by a female student in a London nightclub. The incident occurred last December while he was on loan at Hull. Whelan told BBC Radio 5 live: "We will now be in the process of severing his contract. To say the least I am really, really disappointed." Whelan, who only learned on Tuesday that King was on trial at Southwark Crown Court, must follow Premier League
  20. From the Sun RANGERS legend Andy Goram last night opened his heart on Fergus McCann's sensational bid to sign him for CELTIC. Goram - whose explosive new book The Goalie: My Story is serialised in the Scottish Sun this week - was left staggered by the Canadian tycoon's attempt to lure him to the Hoops a decade ago. And he told SunSport: "The truth is it could never have happened, no matter how much that eccentric little Canadian might have wanted it to. "I just could NOT have done it. "McCann was willing to take the flak and sign me for Celtic because I'd left Rangers a
  21. Borrowed from another forum : DANIEL Prodan spent two and a half years at Ibrox and never got to wear a Rangers jersey in the first team. But his boy is more than making up for that disappointment. In fact, the former Romanian international's son Razvan is so Rangers daft Prodan has a tough time getting a Light Blue shirt off his back at bedtime. Razvan may be just 10 but already knows who he will support all his life. It isn't Steaua Bucharest, where his dad started a career that saw him win 54 caps. It certainly isn't Unirea Urziceni, the Romanian top dogs who visit Scotland
  22. BORN in Spain, but educated by a Scottish legend. When Manolo Jimenez walks through the front door at Ibrox tomorrow night, his thoughts will inevitably drift to career mentor Jock Wallace. Sevilla's young coach credits Rangers icon Wallace with rescuing his entire career. Wallace, who led Gers to two Trebles in the 1970s, transformed Jimenez from promising kid to Spanish international. He taught him the pride and passion which had underpinned his own superb successes with Gers. And Jimenez, 45, still falls back on the tips and advice he gleaned from Wallace as he seeks to
  23. Is it time to accept that, trier though he may be, this guy simply isn't good enough to wear the shirt? Woeful again today.
  24. NATIONAL CURRY CONTEST If you can read this whole story without laughing then there's no Hope for you. I was crying by the end. Note: Please take time to read this slowly. For those of you who have lived in Natal, you know how typical this is. They actually have a Curry Cook-off about June/July.It takes up a major portion of a parking lot at the Royal Show in PMB. Judge #3 was an inexperienced food critic named Frank, who was visiting from America. Frank: "Recently, I was honored to be selected as a judge at a Curry Cook-off. The original person called in sick at the last mome
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