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  1. Former Rangers players Maurice Edu and Kyle Bartley have told a court they were "intimidated" and "shocked" after receiving racist tweets. Continue reading the main story “Start Quote I thought it's 2012, I just thought society had got over these sorts of comments” Kyle Bartley Former Rangers player The players - who have since left the club - were sent the messages by Michael Convery on Twitter after a game against St Johnstone in Perth on 14 January, 2012. Convery, from the Linthouse area of Glasgow, was found guilty of sending the racist remarks. The players gave
  2. ALLY McCOIST has welcomed Kenny Miller back to Murray Park to use facilities as he recovers from recent knee surgery. But even though the manager hopes to sign another striker in January, he insists the 33-year-old’s presence at the training ground isn’t necessarily a precursor to a move back to the club. Miller has been getting treatment at Auchenhowie over the last few days and he’s a player McCoist is a huge admirer of. Indeed, he has spoken in the past about being keen to recruit the forward again and would likely be interested if he became available. For the moment, howeve
  3. http://billmcmurdo.wordpress.com/2013/11/06/whyte-and-the-missing-millions/ I am told that former Rangers owner Craig Whyte could be getting his collar felt in the near future. BDO investigations have thrown up what will be an absolutely gigantic story of fraud and forgery on a staggering scale involving Whyte’s purchase of Rangers. Police Scotland are believed to be closing in on Whyte and it is reckoned he could get the maximum sentence available if found guilty. I would imagine Whyte’s extraordinary unpopularity and toxic name might be a problem in terms of his getting a
  4. Would it not be a useful addition if we could view the amount of postive feedback we get? the whole reputation system seems a bit pointless if there's not some sort of overview like RM has. Could we also get negative feedback? I'm sure I'd get plenty
  5. IT IS hard to escape the irony. Three years ago Nacho Novo brought out an autobiography, the title of which riffed on the episode where he was pursued by both sides of the Old Firm when a player with Dundee. I Said ‘No Thanks’ was the unusual title, one that seemed to delight in the choice of Rangers over Celtic that he eventually made. It was a slightly more humble figure who presented himself at Hampden yesterday to help make the draw for the third round of the William Hill Scottish Cup. Novo, 34, is now cast in a football wilderness and desperate to avoid being forced into retiremen
  6. Lifted from FF: ''Thats two younger lads now both under 19 had police come to their doors early morning to arrest them for singing said song. I was also told by a polis up in Ayr that FoCUS are watching out for people singing this now due to the YCV reference''. Just a heads up.
  7. Regarding the centre-back positions: I think we have a potentially perfect partnership with Faure & Mohsni and I'll be extremely disappointed in the manager if he doesn't give that partnership a proper chance. Both players are French born with French being their first language, so there is no issue with a language or communication barrier between them. They are clearly both very good players, so I see absolutely no reason for not trying to develop a strong partnership between them. The opportunity is so perfect that it would almost be a crime to NOT give that partnership a proper chan
  8. ............................as judge makes him read out letter slating his own character TYCOON made to read out damning letter slamming treatment of family and claiming he faced jail for illegal activity. FORMER Rangers owner Craig Whyte was yesterday forced to read out a letter in court slating his own character. The damning letter laid bare the tycoon’s troubled time at Ibrox, slammed his treatment of his family and claimed he faced jail for illegal activity. It was revealed as he gave evidence at the Inverness Sheriff Court trial of two former employees accused of ste
  9. I'd say we need to move on other players first but interesting news nonetheless... http://www.rangers.co.uk/news/headlines/item/4983-zaliukas-trains-with-gers
  10. BARRY FERGUSON vents his anger at the sentence passed down to Gunning for flicking a boot at Celtic’s Virgil van Dijk, and says it is a common occurrence during matches. 20 Sep 2013 07:22 Vincent Lunny.Vincent Lunny. I DON’T care much for the SFA. I’m unlikely to get a job offer from them any time soon, that’s for sure. And this column won’t help my relationship with them either because I find it impossible to discuss the people in charge of our game without working myself into an angry rant. Here’s the problem. This should be a positive period for the Scottish game. The natio
  11. STV 20 September 2013 17:54 BST Rangers signing target Boris Pandza has accused the Ibrox club of lacking professionalism and giving him false hope over a move to Glasgow. Rangers manager Ally McCoist said at his weekly news conference on Friday that talks were ongoing with Pandza’s agent but the player has told STV that his patience has grown thin after negotiations dragged on for three months. The former Hajduk Split defender said: "For me some professional attitude. Nothing's happened. Everybody says 'wait, wait, wait', all summer we wait. In the end, nothing. "It's a
  12. For some, myself included, the announcement by BBC Scotland that they were going to undertake a formal investigation into the circumstances leading to the current furore with their reporter Jim Spence, came as something of a surprise. I use the word surprise because in committing themselves to such a course of action, BBC Scotland are very much putting themselves on trial. I wonder if myself or any of the thousands of other Rangers fans who several months ago on BBC Sportsound heard the aforementioned Jim Spence declare "I don't care what the Rangers fans say - this is a new club" will be
  13. Reading elsewhere that Jim Spence when talking on radio today about us said "the club that died". Anyone on here hear the cretin say that?
  14. THE ongoing power struggle at Rangers has taken another twist after potential new board members denied agreeing to a “vote of confidence” in the current incumbents as condition of entry to the Ibrox directors’ box. Rangers confirmed on Wednesday they would consider a request to add former chairman John McClelland and three other men to their board of directors. A group of disgruntled investors led by billionaire businessman Jim McColl also proposed appointing former director Paul Murray, Sandy Easdale – the brother of current non-executive director James – and accountancy expert Frank
  15. ... you know, someone had to do it! I'll write and update a list of targets in the first post. Signed: - Nicky Clark (QotS, free, compensation, 3-year deal signed) - Jon Daly (DU, free, 2-year + 1-year extension deal signed) - Cammy Bell (Kilmarnock, 4-year deal signed) - Nicky Law (Motherwell, free, 3-year signed) - Steven Smith (free/Portland, 2-year-deal apparently signed) - Arnold Peralta (Vidal, free, 4-year-deal signed) - Ricky Foster (free, Bristol City, 2-year deal) - Biliel Mohsni (free, 2-year deal) - Kenny Miller (free/Portland, resigned) - Lee Robinson (QotS
  16. A man who claimed sexual abuse by former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky has reached a multimillion-dollar settlement with the university, the first of numerous such claims expected to be resolved in the coming days. The Philadelphia Inquirer first reported that the young man known as "Victim 5," who took the stand at Sandusky's criminal trial and sentencing last year, settled for several million dollars — though his attorney declined to reveal the exact amount. NPR's Nathan Rott reports that the 25-year-old victim's testimony helped convict Sandusky on 45 counts of
  17. RANGERS are exploring the potential of a formal relationship with the Brazilian club, Corinthians. Gordon Smith, the Ibrox sideâ??s director of football, is currently part of a trade delegation visiting the South American country, and has already been involved in talks with team officials. Although British clubs are restricted by work permit regulations to signing only full internationalists, meaning that Rangers could not bring young players over from Brazil, the Ibrox side could benefit from shared commercial and scouting expertise. It is understood that Smith could announce the
  18. Chettri, left, and Lalpekhlua, below. RANGERS are weighing up a shock move to sign two Indian international strikers - in the hope of opening up a new market in the subcontinent. Record Sport can reveal Jeje Lalpekhlua and Sunil Chettri are expected to arrive in Glasgow before the end of this month to begin a trial with Ally McCoist's squad. And the visit - which has been set up by director of football Gordon Smith - has been timed to allow McCoist to make a move to sign one or both when the transfer window opens in January. The potential double swoop is also being looked upon
  19. http://www1.skysports.com/football/news/11095/7289378/?
  20. Taken unashamedly from a St Mirren site (the appointment clearly has a Kenny McDowall connection), as I thought you might like to know. Saints cult hero Gudmundur Torfason has returned to Scottish football after being appointed as Rangers' Icelandic scout. Interesting though, that - a) we've appointed a scout in an area that might provide some value and b) The media and Celtic fans rantings about us being skint, can't pay any bills and are laying off staff don't stack up against a week in which we've given a trial to a Swedish/Gambian striker, offered improved contracts to
  21. FIREBRAND politician George Galloway has called for jurors to be screened for bigotry in the wake of Neil Lennon’s Tynecastle court case. He says there should be checks to find out whether jury members are “tainted” by an affiliation to certain football teams, organisations such as Freemasons or are religiously motivated in any way. The Record columnist and former MP outlines his views in a new version of his book on the Celtic boss, who will return to Tynecastle for his team’s match against Hearts tomorrow. In an added chapter on the trial of Hearts fan John Wilson in the book Ope
  22. I'm sure you all get the emails from the club about buying your ticket for the next home game... But for the Killie game a few weeks back I noted that they were (finally) offering student discount. I say finally as a course mate got a student discount on his season ticket for another Glasgow club. Anyway, turned out I got the use of my supervisors ticket, but I went along to the game with 2 mates from uni (one a Gers fan and another a Hammers fan) and must say it was fantastic value at £12 per student ticket! Cheaper than a game at Firhill the West Ham fan noted! Not sure if this
  23. Gersnet is starting a new article writing system on trial whereby there's a scheduled rota which is similar to the one in place for writing match previews. The basic idea is to get a list of people who are all interested in writing an occasional Rangers-related article which will be published by Gersnet, but credited to you as the writer. All articles which are published automatically go out to the masses on NewsNow and the Gersnet twitter account. Unlike the match previews where there's a deadline to be met (a preview is needed in advance of the match or it's worthless), this will b
  24. Two of the worldââ?¬â?¢s fiercest sporting rivals are to come fame to face in Glasgow. Pakistan and India will play each other at football on Friday September 9 at Ibrox Stadium. The fixture is part of a UK wide series, with the teams also meeting five days earlier in Derby. Pakistan and India were due to meet at cricket in Glasgow in July 2007, however the match was cancelled due to rain. This is the first time both teams will meet in Scotland at football. The matches have caught the imagination of high profile sporting figures. World boxing champion Amir Khan said: Ã
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