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  1. http://www.rangers.premiumtv.co.uk/page/News/NewsDetail/0,,5~989120,00.html Obviously not a lot of detail, but some positives to take! (also check out the typo's on the official site )
  2. Really looking forard to this game tommorow night , the atmosphere will be electric plus the flag display will ad a extra edge to it. Think we will win 2-1 which means extra time and we will manage to scrape it Ferguson and Thomson should be fit but Svensson is a major doubt and i don' think he will play, so considering the injurys i think this should be the team, ________________________McGregor____________________________ __Huton___________Weir_____________Murray_____________Adam__ _Novo___________Ferge____________Thomson___________Burke____ ___________________Boyd__________Prso________________________
  3. just some of the comments made in various sources: and i'm sure a few more will follow. all the incentive needed surely for a similar atmosphere next european night!
  4. KT has a chance of being fit for thursday.Its still touch and go for barry ans svensson. Hope thomson and barry make it. I'd like to see those to in the centre with Hemdani moving to the back. He's done well there in Europe. He'll be able to bring the ball out from the back
  5. Both Kev and & Ugo wont make wednesday's game. Think we'll see the team that finished the game yesterday play in Israel
  6. WS has said that Kevin Thomson will start in central midfield on sunday. Take Hemdani will make way or will Walter be changing the system??? I think we'll go with _________McGregor___________ Hutton___Weir ___Ehiogu___Muarry Burke___Fergie___Thomson___Adam ______Boyd____Novo Maybe Sebo should be given a go from the start but then again.... Oh, and 9 scots in the starting line up!
  7. Can't rememeber who exactly, but an ex player (a tim I think) was in the ET a while back, slagging the OF about there contribution to the national side. But he phrased it in such a way to make us come off worse, even though we were actually starting more scots in our team (I.e use of phrases such as Brits in terms of the Gers, but then waxing lyrical about Celts Scots in their squad). So I thought it would be worth pointing out that Thomson captained and Hutton, Adam and (soon to be Ger) Gow played, for the B's. McGregor would've been in goal but for injury. Fergie (national captain) Murray, Boyd and Burke have made recent full squads, with 3 of the 4 certain to be regular members. Then there's the fact that 8 of the 11 in the victory shield, a home nations tournament for a youth age group (u16's I think) are Gers. When we're not contributing highly to the squads we are rightly pilloried. Are we now getting recognition for our positive involvements in the squads?
  8. ALAN HUTTON has been called up by Scotland for tomorrow's B international against Finland and could go straight into the team. Alan HuttonThe young full-back arrived at Scotland's training headquarters today after being drafted by Bobby Williamson and Alex Smith for the tune-up match. Hutton was brought in when Steven Whittaker of Hibs and Christophe Berra of Hearts had to call off. It is now likely that he could go straight into the side in the right back berth with team mates Kevin Thomson and Charlie Adam also in line for a slot at Rugby Park Allan McGregor was due to play in goal, but had to withdraw as a result of a groin injury. The Rangers medical team believe he will recover for Sunday's SPL match against Kilmarnock. Hopefully this will be a confidence booster for him and get him playing as in his debut year.
  9. Now compare this to the first squad. Talk about just giving everyone a number and saying Odds in the A squad and Evens in the B squad but McGregor your in both!! Who the hell is Broadfoot, Greer, McEveley???
  10. I was hoping this would happen as I think Brown could be the missing link in our midfield. We need someone with his energy and drive, hopefully this will make us favourites to sign him in the summer. Clicky
  11. ... in terms of tactics and personnel for next season. I think the side might look something like this: ____________________McGregor___________________ Hutton______Webster____________Ehiogu_______Smith ________Hemdani_____Ferguson____Thomson________ ________Brown________Boyd_____McCulloch_________ I agree we need another right back which might help Hutton achieve a better level of consistency. With Klos leaving, we'll need another goalie unless we give the impressive Lee Robinson a chance as deputy. In midfield, Hemdani might move on but I think he'd get on well alongside Thomson or playing just in front of the back 4 enabling Ferguson to get forward. Brown and McCulloch could be signed for a combined �£3-3.5million and both of them would make good buys for deeper, wider roles while supporting Boyd as the poacher. With Klos, Prso and Buffel all set to move on that will free up money for wages so that way we'll be able to afford the 3 or 4 players we need. In saying that guys like Burke, Adam, Murray, Novo and Svensson et al might still be able to provide adequate back-up for a better quality first XI. I just hope we have a 2nd place finish and CL football to help fund any transfer fees. We can ill-afford to finish 4rd again. That would be a disaster. PS: Trying to get back posting now after a hectic few weeks making the new RST website and real work... Let's get Gersnet buzzing again!
  12. RANGERS latest signing Kevin Thomson was given a 23 minute run-out in tonight's 3-0 win over Airdrie United at the Excelsior Stadium. Kevin Thomson The 22-year-old midfielder recieved a rapturous applause when he came off the bench to replace Alan Hutton in the second-half and he put in an impressive display in his short spell on the pitch. Walter Smith's team dominated the majority of the match and two first-half goals meant the Gers players could enjoy the second and give five substitutes a taste of the action. Davie Weir, one of Rangers best players on the night, opened the scoring with his first goal for the club on 21 minutes. Charlie Adam played a wicked free-kick into the penalty box from the left wing and the defender glaced the ball superbly beyond Airdrie keeper Stephen Robertson. There was not a lot of great football played in the opening 45 minutes but Chris Burke's strike to double his side's advantage was worth the admission fee alone. The winger, playing on the left, cut inside his marker before firing a terrific shot from 25 yards which flew into the roof of the net. Ally McCoist and Kenny McDowall were in charge of the team in the absence of manager Walter Smith, and they decided to take Weir and Svensson off at the interval and replace them Weir celebrates goal against Airdrie with Ugo Ehiogu and Sasa Papac. Thomas Buffel then came off the bench prior to the hour mark before Thomson was given the biggest cheer of the night when he was introduced to the game. Rangers retained possossion impressively in the second-half and the Rangers fans were out of their seats again with eight minutes remaining when Filip Sebo fired home a third, much to the delight of the travelling Gers support. Burke fed the ball to the Slovakian striker and he cut inside before firing a low right-foot shot through a ruck of players. The relief of his face after he finally found the net again said it all and it capped a good nights work for the Gers. RANGERS: Robinson (Gallacher 82); Hutton (Thomson 67), Svensson (Ehiogu 45), Weir (Papac 45), Murray; Burke, Adam, Rae, Sionko; Sebo, Novo (Buffel 58) Subs: Ferguson
  13. alanmidd


    In Kevin Thomson's first interview he explained how he heard a rumour at Ibrox that if you couldnt do the bouncy u were a tim, he then decided to sign for Rangers as he was more than capable of doing a bouncy Oh if ye canny dae the bouncy...
  14. http://www.rangers.premiumtv.co.uk/page/News/NewsDetail/0,,5~970533,00.html http://www.rangers.premiumtv.co.uk/page/News/NewsDetail/0,,5~970522,00.html Hopefully we'll sign 1 or 2 of Brown, Thomson or Culina in the next day or 2...
  15. Brown and Thomson are today reported by Evening Times to be heading for the Tims' reserves along with other Hibs reject Derek Riordan. The paper also says Nigel Quashie is heading here.
  16. Some of this is fact, some of it fiction and most of it will fall somewhere in-betweenââ?¬Â¦Ã¢â?¬Â¦. Throwing together information I have received from a few sources, friends and Rangers ââ?¬Ë?peopleââ?¬â?¢, it appears that The Boy David has pulled off a master-stroke. Youââ?¬â?¢ll all know my feelings when it comes to the minted one, but even Iââ?¬â?¢ll admit that when he puts his mind to something, he usually gets what he wants. PLG and BF have been (un)willing participants in David Murrays latest brain-wave concerning Rangers Football Club. PLG was looking for a way out of Rangers as things were clearly not working out as planned (hence his ââ?¬Ë?damaging my reputationââ?¬â?¢ quote) and he wanted to become the next French National Coach ââ?¬â?? only heââ?¬â?¢s tied to a contract at Rangers. During the summer, Rino Gattuso made contact with David Murray (thro Walter Smith) and indicated that due to his family circumstances (his wife wants their kid(s) educated in Scotland), he wanted to return home. He was unable to move in the summer, but informed the minted one that he would be able to return in January (or this summer at the latest). As Rino let slip in an interview (which I posted on here) a deal had already been done, wages agreed and a timetable put in place for his return. Enter PLG ââ?¬â?? PLG wasnââ?¬â?¢t for having the Chairman decide what players we signed (as most Managers would) but knew that this particular hurdle would take 6 months before he would have to ââ?¬Ë?negotiateââ?¬â?¢ it. In saying that, maybe PLG secretly warmed to the fact that he would have one of the best midfield players in Europe in his squad. Here comes a problem ââ?¬â?? Rino mentions to The Minted one that he would ââ?¬Ë?preferââ?¬â?¢ to work under his Scottish father ââ?¬â?? Walter Smith and would love to Captain The Rangers. Ok, says The Boy David, not an issue. PLG wants a ticket out of Ibrox, Wee Bazza needs knocking down a peg or two. Get PLG to strip Bazza of the captaincy whilst assuring Bazza that he wonââ?¬â?¢t be sold and that PLG ââ?¬Ë?may not be aroundââ?¬â?¢ for much longer. Also, with Walter Smith in charge, backed up by ââ?¬Ë?Scotlandââ?¬â?¢ legend, Ally McCoist, certain young, in demand Scottish talent pledge their futures to Rangers Football Club and others indicate that they wouldnââ?¬â?¢t be adverse to working with them and sign from other Scottish clubs. Following The Scottish management team into Ibrox on Tuesday will be Andy Webster, Kevin Thomson and Scott Brown (deal for Brown is done and dusted, as I posted a few weeks back). Following them will be Murrayââ?¬â?¢s coup de gras Rino Gattuso either this month or in the summer. So, take from that what you want. Cammy F
  17. Then maybe it will free up money to bring in Scott Brown and Kevin Thomson.
  18. this is a rangers come and get me plea imo
  19. Charlton boss Les Reed has launched a late bid to hijack former Hearts skipper Stephen Pressley's move to Celtic, and put in a �£3m joint offer for Hibernian midfielders Kevin Thomson and Scott Brown...Manchester City are planning a swoop for Heerenveen's Brazilian striker Afonso Alves. Alves is a player i would love to see Rangers going for. He is fast, strong and can shoot from outside the box. He is top-scorer in Holland at the moment. I believe he is also only 24.
  20. Look at the team who are the players who will fight for the team Mcgregor, Smith, Ferguson, Prso, Adam, Novo 4 out of those 6 or scottish I think it's about time we had more scottish/british players in our team instead of some european diddys that can't cut it in Scotland I have in mind like Naismith, Brown , Thomson , Anderson, Healy etc Yes we can have a few forigners but not many. If you look at past succesful Rangers teams they have had mostly Scottish/British based players in the team. Think we should get back to basics with having mostly scottish/british with some people from europe or from else where. Thoughts ?
  21. Guest

    Brown and Thomson

    Heard from the guys in college 2day that both were in the directors box at parkhead last night
  22. A couple of papers are today saying that we're going to get in early with a bid for the pair of young Hibs players. PLG is keen on landing them both, but as are a fair few of other clubs including Celtic. Whilst I'd love this story to be true and I don't actually doubt it for a second, how the hell are we going to be able to afford them????
  23. Barry's back. Goalkeepers: Neil Alexander (Cardiff City), Paul Gallacher (Norwich City), Craig Gordon (Heart of Midlothian) Defenders: Graham Alexander (Preston North End), Russell Anderson (Aberdeen), Gary Caldwell (Celtic), Christian Dailly (West Ham United), Stephen McManus (Celtic), Kevin McNaughton (Cardiff City), Graeme Murty (Reading), Robbie Neilson (Heart of Midlothian), Steven Pressley (Heart of Midlothian), David Weir (Everton) Midfielders: Scott Brown (Hibernian), Barry Ferguson (Rangers), Darren Fletcher (Manchester United), Paul Hartley (Heart of Midlothian), Lee McCulloch (Wigan Athletic), Nigel Quashie (West Bromwich Albion), Scott Severin (Aberdeen), Gary Teale (Wigan Athletic) Forwards: Kris Boyd (Rangers), James McFadden (Everton), Kenny Miller (Celtic), Garry O'Connor (Lokomotiv Moscow). Fook knows why Severin gets the nod before Kevin Thomson of Hibs.
  24. Just back from this game and it is a TRAVESTY that the sheep got a draw !! Hibs al over them and then the sheep go up the pitch ad take the lead - by this time Hibs should already have been up 2-0. Hibs would have been good for a victory but somhow the sheep held out. Aberden were very poor and I will be very surprised if they finish above Hibs in the league. Has to be said that the standard by both teams was pretty poor - Hibs were playing nice stuff until they lost the goal nd then reverted to long ball tuff too often. I was looking forward to seeing Thompson and Scott Brown but have to admit that was more impressed by Michael Stewart (not as technically gifted as Thomson but that lad puts in a HUGE amount of work !!). The lad Benji up front looked useful too until he had to gooff injured after half an hour. And Stuart Dougal as a ref is PISH !!!
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