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  1. I can smell shite, there's no quotes. Pyoor pish journalism!
  2. Walter Smith has made more signings throughout his two spells as Rangers manager than he cares to recall. But there is one particular piece of business he has conducted for the Ibrox club he canââ?¬â?¢t help but regard as his shrewdest to date. During the nine-in-a-row days Smith was in the fortunate position of being able to attract the likes of Brian Laudrup and Paul Gascoigne to Ibrox. However, it is a signing in his second stint in the hotseat which stands out ahead of the others for the 62-year-old. When he inherited a struggling squad in the aftermath of Paul Le Guenââ?
  3. Someone else who has previous with The Establishment. :grin:
  4. BBC. The sooner this guys signs a new contract the better. He's a no nonsense, steady Eddie player who has performed well over the last few seasons.
  5. MARCO NEGRI has told Rangers talisman Kenny Miller to steer clear of squash courts and smash his Ibrox goals tally to lead the charge to three in a row. Miller's heroics at Motherwell were another clear demonstration of his value to boss Walter Smith and the Italian striker reckons there would be no greater New Year gift for fans than a new contract offer that is acceptable to the Scotland hitman. Negri, now 40, was at Ibrox when Miller arrived over a decade ago as a relative rookie in a �£2million deal from Hibs and has watched from afar as his career has blossomed at club and inter
  6. VLADIMIR WEISS talked the talk with Walter Smith. Then he walked the walk against Motherwell. Now he aims to do the same against Celtic. Rangers' on-loan wide boy from Manchester City was absolutely outstanding in the 4-1 victory at Motherwell. Scoring one wonder goal and setting up another two, Weiss was the shining light in a team bursting with stars. He picked up a bottle of champagne as the sponsor's Man of the Match. But Weiss insists it wouldn't have been possible without the heart-to-heart he had with boss Smith last week. Disappointed with the way his season
  7. BIRMINGHAM CITY boss Alex McLeish is set to launch a sensational swoop for Rangers star Kenny Miller. Ibrox money man Martin Bain insisted recently that the club would not be forced to sell the in-form frontman during the January transfer window - despite contract talks having broken down. Rangers boss Walter Smith is still hopeful a new deal can be struck but McLeish could make a cut-price offer of �£1million when the window opens. It would be interesting then to see whether the Lloyds Banking Group would insist on a sale as Miller could go for nothing when his contract expires
  8. RANGERS captain David Weir has accused the club's bankers of unreasonable behaviour in placing fresh restrictions on manager Walter Smith ahead of the forthcoming transfer window. The veteran defender is bemused by the policy, confirmed again by Smith earlier this week, which currently means no funds will be available to spend in January for either permanent or loan signings. With Rangers still in limbo as they await the outcome of the latest takeover bid for the club from businessmen Craig Whyte and Andrew Ellis, Lloyds Banking Group continues to dictate the financial management at Ib
  9. SCOTTISH football could change forever with plans for money-spinning play-offs in the SPL. Representatives of Hearts, Kilmarnock and Dundee United have secretly discussed ground-breaking proposals to bring the format to the top FOUR teams in Scotland. SunSport can reveal their sensational plans would mean the team who finished top of the league WOULDN'T automatically be crowned champions. Instead, there would be two-legged semi-finals between first and fourth and second and third, before a glittering winner-takes-all Hampden showdown. The men behind the plan - which they believ
  10. A couple of quotes from Walter "Surely if the season's not going to be extended for one team, they can't extend it for any," "There was only one team going to benefit from the season not being extended then and that was Celtic.So they refused to do it then, so they can't do it now. Is that not fairly straight-forward?" "I think that's probably all we can be(annoyed) isn't it, if they make the decision? But surely they can't make the decision after saying to us before that they can't extend the season," "Of course it would be of benefit to us, and that would have been a benefit
  11. SPL may consider extended season due to fixture pile-up Blair faces an arduous task to reschedule numerous SPL games Scottish Premier League secretary Iain Blair says continued disruption to fixtures may force the SPL to consider extending the season. Four of Saturday's SPL games were called off due to weather-related problems, adding to several postponements earlier in December. "It's not something we're looking at this point in time," said Blair. "But if there's severe congestion and no other alternatives then it's something we have done once before." Blair is hope
  12. For no particular reason I started this on Facebook - I know it's futile and he's made his mind up, but I just wanted to express an opinion. http://www.facebook.com/pages/I-wish-Walter-Smith-would-change-his-mind-about-leaving/147709755278312?ref=ts
  13. ALLY McCOIST couldn't be better prepared to become Rangers boss, according to assistant-in-waiting Kenny McDowall. The Ibrox first-team coach is convinced he and Super Ally are ready to step up when gaffer Walter Smith quits at the end of the season. McDowall - not taking anything for granted with the club still in takeover talks - said: "It has been well documented what might happen going forward and it has been spoken about a lot. "If it was to happen it would be absolutely fantastic. "I feel I'm ready for the next move forward and it's the same with Ally too. "We'll both
  14. I would agree that teams should be able to have teams in the lower divisions but i would hate to see a club have a monopoly of the top divisions. Apart from that it is good to see another youth player get some game time.
  15. Nikica Jelavic is due back at Murray Park next week to step up his recovery from ankle surgery, but Walter Smith is pessimistic about the prospects of the �£4million Croatian striker being fit to face Celtic on January 2. 'Nikica is back here next week, although there is the complication of his wife expecting a baby next week, as well - so it might be put back another seven days,' explained the Ibrox boss. 'When he gets back, he will get into his training but, realistically, it will be the middle of next month before he is ready. It's more than likely he will miss the Old Firm game.'
  16. The daily record and scottish sun are both carrying this story that miller will quit rangers during the january transfer window after transfer talks broke down??, I'm hoping this is just romours and this is not the case but rangers really should be pulling out all the stops to hold on to our top striker!!, you really have to ask what is going on at murray park! I'm very worried tbh
  17. Rangers are weighing up an audacious loan bid for West Bromwich Albion's Scotland international Graham Dorrans. Manager Walter Smith has pleaded with the Ibrox board for January recruits to bolster his squad for their SPL title bid and the knockout stages of the Europa League. And while the English Premier League club wouldn't sell Dorrans, a loan stint back in Scotland could kick-start the midfielder's career following a recent spell on the bench at the Hawthorns. Sportsmail understands that Smith is a big admirer of the 23-year-old former Livingston player. Dorrans, who has fi
  18. Walter Smith has reiterated is intention of retiring from Rangers. He has told potential new owners that McCoist is ready to fill his position. Is this an old pals act? Should the new owner's bring in their own man in order to move Rangers forward, or will McCoist suffice?
  19. The consortium of Craig Whyte and Andrew Ellis want to complete their �£33 million purchase of Sir David Murray's shares within the next month. Craig Whyte and Andrew Ellis will hold talks with senior Rangers officials next week, as they look to step up their joint efforts to buy Sir David Murray's shareholding in the Ibrox club. STV understands the duo want the deal, worth �£33 million, to be concluded by Christmas but have conceded privately it may take until the new year to finalise the sale. The takeover, which will wipe out the club's �£27.5 million debt to Lloyds TSB, is un
  20. Walter Smith will be urged to become a powerful Ibrox boardroom player if Craig Whyte succeeds in his �£32 million bid to buy Rangers. And Ally McCoist's promotion to the manager's office would also be given the seal of approval by the man who would be the next Rangers king. Whyte's period of due diligence is almost complete and it is understood he remains confident of clinching a deal with David Murray to buy the club within two months. Whyte was hoping to be in control by the turn of the year but that is unlikely. Despite his frustration, sources at Ibrox and in England insist
  21. According to The Sun... http://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/scotsol/homepage/sport/spl/3256068/Kirk-KO.html I think a new centre back is a must in January.
  22. http://www.eveningtimes.co.uk/sport/editor-s-picks/johnston-no-cash-to-beat-ibrox-crock-1.1072104
  23. THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO VOTE FOR "Worst Ever Manager" The Candidates are as follows: John Barnes Tony Mowbray Liam Brady Dr Jozef Venglos Neil Lennon Rules: You can only vote for Three of the above in an orderly 1 2 3 fashion. If you pick all five, your vote will be considered. If you select only ONE of the above, your vote will still count. Any votes for Lou Macari or Tommy Burns will not count, but will be looked at. The vote is expected along these lines: 1. Thee Worst. 2. The Worst, but not as bad as Thee Worst. 3. Worst, but not as ba
  24. According to the Express - http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/214985/Rangers-keen-on-Keylor-Navas
  25. KYLE LAFFERTY last night branded himself a CLOWN and confessed he has let down Rangers boss Walter Smith again. Lafferty is facing six weeks on the sidelines after breaking a finger in his left hand. The Northern Ireland star suffered the freak injury during horseplay with team-mate Gregg Wylde at Murray Park. He said: "I was messing about while coming off the bus last Wednesday morning. "I fell and fractured my wedding finger in two different places. "Walter Smith didn't say anything at first, but I knew he was furious. "We were already down to the bare bones for the M
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