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  1. Still in for Faubert, Cuellar, McCulloch with Beasley supposedly signed and looking at a loan for Webster.
  2. pete

    Sionko

    Libor Sionko remains keen to quit Rangers after expressing his frustration at the silent treatment he has received from Walter Smith. Following Smith's return to Ibrox as manager, Sionko appeared just three times for Rangers and claims he has only spoken to the former Scotland coach once. Though he has 12 months remaining on his contract, the Czech winger feels he will have to leave the club due to his relationship with Smith. "This is true," Sionko told the Daily Record when asked if he had hardly spoken to Smith. "I've only spoken to him once in all of this time, when I returned
  3. Good news IMO, I think we could still see the best of him yet
  4. Would love him to come back, that was another mistake by Le Tit, by not keeping him
  5. he played good the last few months of the season. Well done big man
  6. Beasley was a good player a few seasons back but has been poor the last few Thoughts ???
  7. Guest

    Gers handed a warning

    "Kilmarnock have told Rangers they'll have to pay substantially more than the £400,000 they offered for star forward Steven Naismith. The 20-year-old is one of the hottest properties in Scottish football but after confirming a bid of £1.7million from an unnamed English club has been rejected, Killie chairman Michael Johnston has told Gers boss Walter Smith to put up or shut up." Is this another case of the agent bumping up the price? No doubt the wee chap is worth more than what we offered. But, in this day & age you have to play it a little bit coy. Unnamed ENGLISH club.
  8. http://www.theherald.co.uk/sport/headlines/display.var.1446738.0.0.php Going nowhere fast ââ?¬â?? why political slow play has to stopMARTIN GREIG June 05 2007 Jimmy Sinclair, the Rangers head of youth development, has launched a scathing critique of the Scottish Football Association's Youth Action Plan and blamed political short-termism for its lack of progress. His comments, which focus on the role of the Executive and consultancy firm PMP, have particular resonance in the wake of new SFA chief executive Gordon Smith's assertion that he will hold a meeting with First Minister Al
  9. Strong Side For Galaxy From Lindsay Herron in Los Angeles KARL SVENSSON makes a rare starting appearnace for Rangers in the glamour clash with LA Galaxy parnering Davie Weir at the back. The young Swedish defender has not played since the 2-1 win over Falkirk back in February and has only started two matches since Walter Smith returned as boss. However, with Ugo Ehiogu and Sasa Papac not here with the squad due to injuries Svensson has been drafted into what is a strong Rangers side. It is likely that he will make way for Andy Webster at some stage of the game giving the Sc
  10. Will be good if he starts, watched him on Saturday and he was taking the piss out of Dunfermline. You will probably see Webster play as well, along with Lennon
  11. The last two dismal performances have highlighted the character in our current squad - or complete lack of it. People have complained that Walter Smith's return has not exactly resulted in total football, but it has to be said that it would have taken a magician to turn the sow's ear into a silk purse. What Walter has done is turn the offending ear into a reasonably servicable, if scappy looking, leather wallet. There is definitely some skill in the squad and the odd bit of fight, which has been brought out in them by a man who has instilled a great purpose about "achieving" second pla
  12. ...On a second consecutive season without a trophy. This season hasn't exactly panned out to be the way that many a Bear would have expected back in August once the first ball was kicked at Fir Park. Soap writers wouldnt have managed to write what was coming. After coming off the back off the previous season where we had our worst run in 20 years and finished out of the top 2 for the first time in 2 decades we all expected things to take a turn for the better. Instead we hit rock bottom by continuing a dreadful SPL run, early exits in both clubs including a home defeat to a lower divis
  13. Super_Ally

    Rino

    Should maybe have put this in footy chat in a thread about the CL final. And despite his short stay in glasgow, but I just love RIno Gattusso. Observer article Some great lines in there. Including having to be told to calm down by the doctor as he can't sleep for days before games. And also having to be told to put clothes on for the World cup presentation. Legend.
  14. Looks like we wont be buying out any contracts to free players then.
  15. Like he said he would of liked to get Brown but he cost far too much and we can get a few players for that type of money
  16. For our second Gersnet Interview, weââ?¬â?¢re delighted to welcome Rangers Supporters Trust media spokesman, David Edgar to the chair. David joined the Trust board 3 years ago and has done a fantastic job in his position. From radio and TV interviews to verbal jousts with broadsheet journalists, many Rangers fans will be more than aware of his combative ââ?¬â?? yet accurate and honest ââ?¬â?? style. Anyway enough of the compliments and onto the questions! David, obviously youââ?¬â?¢re heavily involved in supportersââ?¬â?¢ representation. Just how important do you think an i
  17. http://www.gersnetonline.net/newsite/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=412&Itemid=1 After another soulless performance at Ibrox yesterday, it was disappointing to note that once again the three essential virtues in the title above were missing from much of our team. Right from the very first minute it was obvious that yesterday�s game would be a pedestrian affair. Killie may have had a fairly offensive set-up but they played mainly on the counter from a defensive outlook. Rangers, meanwhile, again opted for the 4-2-3-1 formation that has been such a hit and
  18. The gist of the story is we are interested in koevermans and Smith sees him as the sequel to Vinegar of Castlemilk. Koevermans would love to play in British football but it is unknown if Rangers would interest him. He makes his d�©but in the Dutch selection this weekend and has a contract at AZ until summer 2010. We could have got him for next to nothing last year now i fear he is out of our price range. I wonder if we can get a deal with Shota thrown in.
  19. Lads, the following is a new column I'm thinking of starting - the idea is basically just to keep an eye on the media and summarise the different approaches to their reporting of the news to try and get a more balanced picture. I'm undecided how worthwhile it is, so I'd welcome your thoughts for improvement or indeed if its just a waste of time: Mediawatch ââ?¬â?? the signing of Darcheville Introduction to the column for first time readers In this regular column Iââ?¬â?¢m going to cast a skeptical eye over our friends in the media. Itââ?¬â?¢s a poor manââ?¬â?¢s attempt to de-se
  20. http://www.gersnetonline.net/newsite/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=405&Itemid=1 As we did last week with the players, itââ?¬â?¢s now the turn of the staff to receive their end of season report cards. From Paul Le Guen to David Murray ââ?¬â?? all notable staff will be appraised. Today, weââ?¬â?¢ll begin with the managers and then weââ?¬â?¢ll move upstairs. So, make a cup of tea, open the Kit-Kats and let us know whether or not you disagree with Gersnetââ?¬â?¢s assessments. * Paul Le Guen It may seem a little strange analysing a manager who is
  21. Thats 1 donkey away, about 3 to go. Ok he got a nasty injury which is never nice but he just doesnt have the abililty to play for Rangers. But fair play to him as he always showed committment and had a good attitude especially during the Ferguson / PLG saga as he was put in the difficult situation by being made captian and then got it taken away from him. I wish him well wherever he ends up.
  22. Taken from the official site: Views? I have to say I don't know much about him other than recognising his name from playing too much Championship Manager.
  23. Was it really only 12 months ago that we witnessed what some of us described as the ââ?¬Ë?worst Rangers team in historyââ?¬â?¢ crawl to 3rd place in the SPL playing terrible football? It seems longer, but I suppose that can be expected after the promises of ââ?¬Ë?moonbeams of successââ?¬â?¢ and ââ?¬Ë?investments that would rock Scottish Footballââ?¬â?¢ from serial liar SDM. In hindsight, and given SDM history of false promises, we should really have known better. It could be argued that this season was just as bad, if not worse than last. PLGââ?¬â?¢s revolution never really got off
  24. From Ajax website Ajax will play two friendly matches in Scotland in preparation for the 2007-2008 season. The Amsterdam side will face Glasgow Rangers and Falkirk FC. Ajax will play against Glasgow Rangers in the Ibrox Stadium on Tuesday 24 July. Glasgow Rangers, 51-time champions of Scotland, is the former club of, amongst others, current Ajax youth coach Frank de Boer. Currently, familiar names such as Thomas Buffel and Dado Prso(unfortunately not) are on the teamlist of the Gers, who are managed by Walter Smith and his assistant Ally McCoist. Ajax willl face the Scottish powerhouse a
  25. Rangers manager Walter Smith hopes to set up a player exchange programme with David Beckham's future employers, Major League Soccer outfit LA Galaxy. The Glasgow side will face Galaxy in a friendly in the USA on 23 May. And Smith told the Scottish Daily Express: "We will be holding talks with a view to setting up an exchange scheme that can help develop players. "With Beckham already signed, they will attract the cream of American kids who want to play alongside a superstar." Former England midfielder Beckham will join the Californian outfit in a five-year deal worth a reported
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