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  1. Confirmed for Sunday March 8th. I am in London that weekend on business and will be at the game thanks to corporate sponsorship (seats are right on the halfway line too, just above the TV cameras). Gav, I will get you a program from the game - except this time I won't leave it in a strip club like I did last year. Have a meeting the following morning so won't be indulging in too much alcohol ! Emirates is a class stadium and the view is great. Hopefully see a few goals and some 1st teamers in action (I would imagine guys like Eduardo, Arshavin would play and maybe Fabregas if he
  2. The winner of this year's Champions League football tournament will pocket �£98.69m, the competition's sponsors said. Sir Alex Ferguson Will Sir Alex get his hands on this year's �£98m pot? Teams reaching the knockout stages will take home between �£34.39m and �£41.27m, new figures show. Details of the huge windfalls came as the draw was being made for the final 16 of the 2008/9 competition. Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea are in the running for the Rome final in May. The study on behalf of MasterCard was conducted by one of the world's leading
  3. A splendid 4-part in-depth article from 'therabbit' which discusses the obvious problems at Rangers with regard to player contracts. Well worth a read along with your sandwich over lunch... Part 1 "Man is born free and everywhere he is in chains” Life is good if you have the abilities to become a modern professional footballer. The Bentleys, the broads, the bank accounts, the buffed up egos and the bumper contracts. Such short footballing careers are nowadays followed by long forays into the media circus, property, showbusiness, modelling or literally anything that takes their
  4. I know its a bad time of year in many ways, but I'm on the scrounge! Short version is that I'm taking part in this year's Marathon des Sables and am hoping to raise some money for Yorkhill Children's Hospital who do some amazing stuff for kids and are the only hospital in Scotland to offer many of the services and specialised kit to save young lives. If anyone would like to donate a couple of quid to me, it would be much appreciated and make a big difference. Am hoping to get some signed kit to auction/raffle if I can, but seem to be running out of time as usual! Thanks for readin
  5. WHO, in their right mind, seriously expected bigger attendances for this week�s Co-operative Insurance Cup semi-finals? I reckon that every paying punter should have been given a gold medal. Rangers v Falkirk pulled in more fans than watched Premiership contenders Liverpool at Wigan on Wednesday. The following night Celtic and Dundee United, with Scott MacDonald scoring the decisive penalty, above, drew a bigger crowd than the midweek Portsmouth- Aston Villa match despite live, terrestrial TV coverage. Set against the bigger picture, the Co-op Cup is an irrelevance. It l
  6. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-1127456/EXCLUSIVE-The-drop-Sponsors-Carling-ready-pull-plug-Old-Firm-deal.html?ITO=1490
  7. 2009 was merely hours old when we, the Rangers support got an insight into how fraught this year is going to be. It is not merely the fact that we are willing to sell our top scorer (for Ã?£3.5M), but the indication that ALL of our players are being hocked around by ‘agent’ McLies. It appears that Mr Bain has been caught with his trousers round his ankles, and Mr Murray has kicked his exposed arse for his comments to McLies. Now, trying to decipher the words of three untrustworthy sources (SDM, Bain and McLies), it does appear that Bain informed McLies that Rangers would be open to offers for
  8. Does anyone know if David Murray is still sponsoring Scottish Rugby ?
  9. 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
  10. http://www.rangers.premiumtv.co.uk/page/News/NewsDetail/0,,5~1442381,00.html Isn't it funny how once again when be gets criticised, he comes out all guns blazing? Let me say that if he is so serious about people exaggerating the problem, why doesn't he take them directly and individually to task on it. Start by refusing to co-operate with them and refusing their sponsorship monies.
  11. Rangers and Coca-Cola today unveiled a new six figure sponsorship deal which will extend their long-running and highly successful partnership for a further three years. Assistant manager Ally McCoist was on hand to help make the announcement at Murray Park. Coca Cola have been official drink suppliers to Rangers since 2000 and provide the first team with sports drink Powerade, which plays a major part in the player's hydration and replenishment programme. As part of the deal a range of Coca-Cola Enterprises products will also be served at Ibrox Stadium and supporters will continue
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    *****NEWS FLASH***** David Murray sells Rangers to ?????? (insert your own name) If you or AN Other bought Rangers what would you do with it? How would you win over the fans? how would you raise more money and attract more sponsorship? would you replace the manager - Who with? If Mr Murray goes what do you want to happen?
  13. If you look at Lafferty's CV it doesn't really read that good but i suppose the fact that Celtic and a few other teams were desperate to get him must show he does have something. It will be interesting to see in the pre-season how good he is.
  14. Was just sorting out my attic when I came across an old newspaper from 20001. There was an interview with Harry van Raay, the then president of PSV. Concerned that the smaller nations were losing out to the big 5 in the Champions League he proposed a Euro league for the likes of Holland, Portugal, Belgium etc. He said it was a cert. to happen in a few years. This got me thinking: Gers are hamstrung because of lack of cash, but so are other huge clubs like Benfica and Ajax. How about a league comprising the following: Rangers Celtic Benfica Sporting Lisbon Porto Ajax PSV Feyenoor
  15. Promotion to England's Premier League is worth at least �£60m and is the biggest financial boost a football club can receive, analysts Deloitte say. The Championship teams who win a Premier League place get �£30m from TV rights, plus �£5m from extra sponsorship and merchandising deals each season. Even those who are relegated after one season get �£24m over the next two years, taking the total to about �£60m. That is more than the Champions League, which can net English clubs �£30m. The size of the prizes is set to attract more money into the game, according to the
  16. Rangers Football Club has today become the first UK-based club to join Superleague Formula - an exciting, new motorsport championship which kicks off at the Donington Park racing circuit in August. Rangers - the last British side remaining in the UEFA Cup this season - will be the sole Scottish representative on the Superleague Formula grid and will compete against AC Milan, PSV Eindhoven, FC Porto, Olympiacos, Borussia Dortmund, RSC Anderlecht, FC Basel, Galatasaray SK and Sevilla plus Brazilian greats Flamengo and Corinthians in the six round championship later this year. The Cl
  17. Who's in the money? Portugese website, 'futebol finance' has just published a list of the wealthiest footballers in the world based purely on salaries earnt(as opposed to sponsorship deals and investments). Take a look at the Top 20: David Beckham doesn't make the list. Number 1: Ricardo Kaka. AC Milan. 9,000,000 euros. Number two. Ronaldinho Gaucho. FC Barcelona. 8,520,000 euros. Number 3. Frank Lampard. Chelsea FC. 8,160,000 euros. Number Four. John Terry/ Chelsea FC. 8,160,000 euros. Number Five. Fernando Torres. Liverpool FC. 7,920,000 euros. Number six. Andriy Sh
  18. Sorry for the random post but I thought some of you might have some ideas and could offer your opinion on a couple of mine. I'm running/hobbling/crawling the Marathon des Sables next year which is a 150 mile footrace in the Sahara, while carrying all my kit and food for the week. Don't ask me why as I've long since forgotten why I entered Anyway, as its a bit different from a local fun run, I want to take the opportunity to raise some money for a charity. The one I've chosen is CHAS who support the families across Scotland whose children who have a terminal illness. So, I was wo
  19. Just saw this article on the UK's top 9 clubs. Gers sit at No.8
  20. Does anyone else think this would work ?, I'd love to see this happening again, i actually thought it might happen when Carling took over the sponsorship of the league cup, you could do away with both league cups as they're pretty meaningless and have european qualification for the winners, and it would also bring in some much needed revenue from tv, don't know the political implications but it would be an excellent cup as all the talk about moving to the EPL will never materialise and i do believe there would be a big interest from teams down south to participate
  21. I've just signed up for an event where I'd like to use the opportunity to raise some money for charity through sponsorship. I was wondering if anyone knows where to start when it comes to the Gers, I was thinking about asking them to see if they could donate a signed ball or strip that I could then auction for example?
  22. GORDON STRACHAN is preparing to spend any Celtic Euro windfall on Hibs midfielder Scott Brown. The Parkhead manager will get additional funds in the January transfer window if he can steer his side into the Champions League knock-out stages. Celtic will bank around �£3m if they progress from their group. They will earn more than �£1.2m for reaching the last 16 and would also have a home gate and extra sponsorship revenue to boost the coffers. Even finishing third, and going into the Uefa Cup, would guarantee extra funds that they didn't originally bank on so Strachan, who didn't spen
  23. That's this deal done then. The Scottish Premier League has signed a new �£8m sponsorship deal with the Clydesdale Bank. The four-year agreement will begin in July 2007, when the current contract with the Bank of Scotland ends. The Bank of Scotland had supported Scotland's top flight over the last nine years. But the bank announced in March it would step down, investing instead in grassroots football. Well, that'll take some getting used to and hope all the clubs get a good deal from it.
  24. http://www.rangerssupporterstrust.co.uk/news/2006/260906.html 26 September 2006 The RST Needs You! Help Needed at Ibrox on Wednesday! Win Hospitality Tickets! As revealed last week, the Rangers Supporters Trust will be sponsoring the UEFA Cup return leg against Molde FC at Ibrox on Thursday 28th September. Part of the sponsorship has meant that we will be attaching a 'Gersave' booklet to every seat in Ibrox for the game, and as such will be looking for as much assistance as possible to help make this happen. We will be looking for people to come into Ibrox at 10am tomorrow (
  25. http://www.rangerssupporterstrust.co.uk/news/2006/200906.html The Trust are delighted to announce that as part of our planned launch of 'GerSave' over the next few weeks we will be providing matchday sponsorship of next Thursday's UEFA Cup 2nd leg match between Rangers and Molde. As well as our upcoming high-profile advertising campaign we intend to distribute 51,000 'GerSave' brochures at next week's match. This is where YOU come in as we need help to supply every seat in the stadium with a brochure. If you turn up and help on the set-up days (times to be confirmed) you will aut
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