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  1. RANGERS ace Madjid Bougherra plans to wear a black armband at today's game in protest at the bloodshed in Gaza. The SFA say he won't be let on the pitch wearing anything political but the devout Muslim insisted that he doesn't care if he is fined for trying to make his point make in the Rangers v Falkirk game at Ibrox. He added that he'd refuse to play against an Israeli team in Europe. The Algerian defender explained: "As a Muslim, I am deeply touched by the barbarity that has been suffered by our Palestinian brothers and sisters. "I hope we will soon find a lasting solution t
  2. The alarm went off and i made my way downstairs She was standing in the kitchen Preparing to boil eggs for breakfast, wearing only the 'T' shirt that she normally slept in. As I walked in almost awake, She turned and said softly, 'You've got to make love to me this very moment.' My eyes lit up and I thought, 'I am either still dreaming or this is going to be my lucky day.' Not wanting to lose the moment, I embraced her and then gave it my all; right there on the kitchen table. Afterwards she said, 'Thanks,' and returned to the stove, her 'T' shirt still aro
  3. I have heard a few rumours that we have signed a deal with canterbury to replace umbro when our current deal runs out. dont know if there is any truth in this story so i thought i would through it out to see if anybody had heard anything. The only club i know they are associated with are portsmouth.
  4. Jan 2 2009 By Keith Jackson RANGERS were given the perfect New Year's Day pick-me-up last night when Kevin Thomson revealed his career-saving operation has been a complete success. Thomson went under the knife in London on Hogmanay to finally have his shattered left knee rebuilt - two months after it was mangled during an SPL clash at Rugby Park. Record Sport can reveal the surgery had to be delayed after doctors spotted a life-threatening blood clot which had formed on Thomson's left calf. The stricken 24-year-old was finally given the all clear to go under the knife last wee
  5. I was never behind the decision to bring him back but gave him the chance to come good. he hasnt though and after spending almost 30 million we have a team with very little imagination or substance. Our squad is filled with run of the mill players that smith has backed his shirt on and they are failing us big time. Charlie adams selection today alone speaks volumes about smiths ability as Rangers manager. A serial underacheiver who brings nothing to the first eleven yet seen by our manager as a... well only smith knows the answer to that one. Whittaker and broadfoot, nothing more than sq
  6. was in the pub last sunday talking to a celtic supporting mate of mine when a guy we didnt know came up to us ranting and raving about celtic and generally running down rangers. My mate (who is quite religous and a dye in the wool celtic fan) pointed out that i was in fact one of the "huns he was insulting" but our chum took little heed of his words and continued his rant, pulled up his jumper and revealed a three in a row t shirt and a crucifix. I leant over to him and told him that if he was half the christian he made himself out to be then he wouldnt be making such statements to
  7. The Boyd Done Good As many long-term readers of my rants and posts on GersNet will testify, I have never been Boydââ?¬â?¢s number one fan. However, I have always stated that if Boyd could improve on his all-round game, add this to his undoubted goal-scoring talent, then heââ?¬â?¢s be an asset to our team. Saturdayââ?¬â?¢s game against Hibernian was in my opinion one of the best ââ?¬Ë?all-roundââ?¬â?¢ games Boyd has had in a Rangers jersey. He tracked back, he linked up play, his movement was decent and after missing a guilt-edged chance in the opening five minutes, scored a goal
  8. ROD Wallace was a hero of Old Firm meetings in his time in Glasgow and believes victory for the light blues in this month's derby clash will see the title momentum swing to the city's south side. Rod WallaceWallace picked up five medals in a successful three year spell at Ibrox and now feels the current crop of Rangers stars can add a title success to their CVs after the disappointment of missing out last term. The diminutive Englishman took the Scottish game by storm when he switched to Rangers from Leeds in the summer of 1998. Dick Advocaat brought the striker north of the border
  9. From Amir Rashid at Kilwinning Sports Club RANGERS kept the pressure on league leaders Hibs after a hard fought 1-0 win away to Kilmarnock when Kane Hemmings grabbed the only goal of the game. With Hibs beating Inverness Caley Thistle 4-1 on Friday, it was imperative Rangers went away with all three points - Billy Kirkwood will no doubt be pleased his side were able to do just that. In what was a fairly balanced first half, the young Swede Isa Bagci could have opened the scoring for Rangers after just seven minutes when his shot just outside the box went wide past the right of the
  10. From John McGarry in Aalborg, 22/11/2008 ALLAN KUHN has sensationally branded Celtic LUCKY and off-form. The stand-in Aalborg boss cranked up the heat ahead of Tuesdayââ?¬â?¢s make-or-break Champions League clash with the Hoops in Denmark with his blast. The stakes could hardly be higher with the winner almost certainly guaranteed UEFA Cup football. But despite Celtic racking up 11 straight SPL wins since losing to Rangers in August, the man who stepped up from No2 when Bruce Rioch was sacked feels his side are facing Celtic at just the right time. He said: ââ?¬Å?I know peop
  11. My brother jst sent me an email with a link from Rangers "official" shirt seller. Their homepage for the football section has a badge of man utd, arsenal, Liverpool, Chelsea and the tims and nothing about us. Why are we persisting with this sh*t? This is a f*ckin embaressment http://www.jjbsports.com/football-shop
  12. Not a Rangers topic per se but relevant to current affairs: Only two weeks past Peter Lawwell and John Reid prevaricated to their shareholders (and anyone else made aware of their comments) that they only had a ‘tiny, tiny minority’ of fans who sung ‘political’ songs that are only offensive to ‘some’ people. Chairman John Reid also preferred to strangely concentrate on supporters of other clubs instead of addressing the very real issue of sectarianism within large sections of his own fan-base. His prevarication and ignorance has now been highlighted in the strongest terms by Strathclyde
  13. Why does he wear No.01 on the back?
  14. IBROX No.2 Ally McCoist insists Barry Ferguson is so desperate to get back playing that the coaching staff have to hold him back in training. The Rangers captain hasn't played this season after undergoing ankle surgery in the summer. But the midfielder is nearing a return to first-team action and will step up his rehabilitation when he turns out for the reserves against St Mirren on Tuesday. McCoist said: "Barry is looking great but he wants to run before he can walk so we have to monitor him. "He's desperate to play and hopefully will get an hour in the reserve game."
  15. IMO it should be....Mendes should only get dropped if he loses form...so the central midfield slot should be between Ferguson and Thomson. Ive never been a big fan of Thomson but he holds the shirt at the moment so Ferguson should have to oust him first. Ive also been a critic of Ferguson due to his inconsistancy...but i still know if he is on his game then he is top notch! But WS will play 4 central defenders, with 4 central midfielders and 2 strikers. As soon as Aaron signed i said throw the kid in...but i bet he wont be touched - i was shot down saying negative Gribz - Yet its
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    JJB Sports Shop Online

    i want to have a winge about JJB Sports Shop Online aka rangers megastore i am after a top for my lads birthday Rangers Home Goalkeeper L/S Shirt 08/09 M Boys 146/152cm looked in the shop in my town nothing there your lucky to get a home top let alone anything else but i found it on the megastore site so made the oder and now i got an email 5 days later saying We have had to cancel the Rangers Home Goalkeeper L/S Shirt 08/09 M Boys 146/152cm as we have sold out unfortunately we have refunded the money back to your card it will appear back in your account in 1-5 working days. The reaso
  17. By Andrew Dickson CHRIS BURKE insists he can't even think about the day he pulls on a Scotland shirt again until he re-establishes himself at Rangers. The winger has been out of action for six months because of an ankle problem but is edging closer to a comeback after a string of reserve outings. Chris BurkeTwo years ago, Burke won two caps as the Scots won the Kirin Cup and he scored twice on his debut against Bulgaria. As such, he'll look on with envy as the national team takes on Norway this weekend in a crucial World Cup qualifier at Hampden. But as he waits to make his
  18. I know we've had a few debates about finances recently but im hoping this grim picture painted by one of them is more in hope than in fact. While income and expenditure both turned slightly against Celtic last season, it was bonanza time at Ibrox where Rangers published record turnover as a result of the double bounty; Champions League group stage income followed by a run to the Uefa Cup final in Manchester. Celtic turnover (t/o) was �£75.237m compared to Rangers �£64.452m, but Rangers outsource their merchandising operation, including only a licence payment from JJB Sports i
  19. By Andrew Dickson STUART McCALL has revealed he wants to keep Rangers midfielder Dean Furman at Bradford on loan until the end of the season. Dean Furman playing for Bradford CityThe City manager, an integral part of the Light Blues side which won nine league titles in a row, currently has the 20-year-old in his squad until January 5. But he has been so impressed by the South African in his first few weeks at Valley Parade that he wishes to extend the arrangement by another four months. Furman made his first League Two start for the Bantams on Saturday and played the full 90 mi
  20. Part 1 Overview In a year when Rangers qualified for the group stages of the Champions League and then went on and reached the UEFA Cup final the club made a loss, before the sale of players, of Ã?£1.1 million. The sale of Alan Hutton was required to show a profit for the year. This highlights the financial plight of the club, being as successful as we were in Europe we still need to sell players to make a profit. Why did we not make a higher profit? Income increased by Ã?£23 million over 2007 ââ?¬â?? This including Ã?£11 million from UEFA for the Champions League/UEFA Cup
  21. Can't agree more he really is a quality act.
  22. Just seen him on Sky news and didnt recognise him due to how much weight he has lost. His face was thin. He still has a fair gut but is easy half the size he was. He was wearing a Rangers jacket and had a framed Gers shirt from 97-99 in the background.
  23. my celtic supporting friend in work sent me a link to a celtic article. he's very fair minded, so i expected some gracious, insightful comments about the game. what i got was far better: keeganisms. the guy's a genius. "In some ways, cramp is worse than having a broken leg." "You get bunches of players like you do bananas...though that is a bad comparison." "Argentina won't be at Euro 2000 because they're from South America." "They're the second best team in the world and there's no higher praise than that." "One of his strengths is not heading." "He's using his strength. And that
  24. KEVIN THOMSON is hoping he can play the role of lucky mascot tomorrow when Rangers face their oldest rivals at Parkhead. The midfielder was gutted to miss both meetings between the sides at Celtic Park last season, but sitting out the two defeats has left Thomson with a 100 per cent record from four Old Firm ties. Thomson grabbed the winner in a 1-0 win over Celtic at Ibrox back in March but was helpless as he watched his side slip to defeat twice in the East end of Glasgow in April. But he has tasted victory at Parkhead in a light blue shirt when he played his part in a 1-0 victor
  25. THE last time a Scotland team represented their country at a major championship, Rangers front man Kris Boyd was just 14 years old. Like so many youngsters watching the action from France 98, he too dreamed of one day pulling on the dark blue shirt to go in to battle with his national team. But a decade later few who watched helplessly as Scotland slipped out of the World Cup on the back of a 3-0 defeat to Morocco in St Etienne now find themselves in Boyd's position. As he prepares to face off against Northern Ireland in a friendly tonight, the Gers No.9 can realistically target a
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