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  1. THERE was a rare moment of unity between Rangers fans groups and the Scottish Football Association when the governing body blocked Mike Ashley’s proposals to increase his stake in the club last month. Then, a Union of Fans statement spoke of the SFA having “done the right thing” in observing their rules on dual ownership by refusing to approve the Newcastle United owner’s bid to increase his Rangers stake from around 9 per cent to 29 per cent. Yet, those same supporters are unlikely to be so taken by the SFA obeying their articles of association should Dave King succeed in his mission
  2. DAVID Robertson thought Premier Division title celebrations with Rangers two decades ago were an anti-climax because they had just lost their third away league game in a row. Having just seen the Ibrox side record the same sequence of results for the first time since, he’s adamant his sheepishness then is nothing compared to the shame that should be felt now. Robertson was part of the Rangers team which limped over the finishing line to claim the sixth of their historic nine championships in a row in 1994. Without a win in any of their final five games, they were only confirmed as
  3. The November edition of the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking reveals very little change in the top ten, with the top seven positions unaltered from last month and world champions Germany still out in front ahead of Argentina and Colombia. France, however, are now in joint seventh place together with Portugal (7th, up 2). In the top 20, England (13th, up 7), Romania (15th, up 6) and Czech Republic (17th, up 5) have all made good progress. Guinea (38th, up 17) have climbed into the top 50 on the back of two victories in CAF Africa Cup of Nations 2015 qualifiers, as have Mali (49th, up 9), with t
  4. We are running a wee competition for those who wish to join our Louden Tavern Mailing List with the winners getting a pair of tickets for this Friday’s Founders Trail Roadshow Event at The Louden Tavern: Ibrox Stadium. To enter simply enter your details into the link below and we will draw the winner at random. http://eepurl.com/30lr5 If you are currently on our email list please comment below or send us an email to notify that you wish to be included in the competition. The Event will begin at 7.30pm (with doors opening at 6pm) and there will be a fun quiz with prizes afterwards. I
  5. RANGERS will compete in their first game of this year’s Dale Farm Milk Cup when they take on County Armagh at the Riverside Stadium in Drumahoe tonight, kick-off 7pm. The young Light Blues, who are in the under-15 Junior section, will then face a mouthwatering test against Liverpool on Tuesday at Ballymena Showgrounds (ko 8pm) before their third game against O’Higgins from Chile on Wednesday at the Riada Stadium in Ballymoney (ko 3.30pm). It is 21 years since Rangers participated at the Milk Cup in Northern Ireland and Jim Sinclair, Rangers Academy Director, believes it's an exciting oppo
  6. Nah not buying this. Planes don't go missing No wreckage found No distress calls from the pilot 2 passengers alive and well but had passports stolen. Vietnam say it crashed in sea / Malaysia deny it. Bizarre stuff
  7. This arrived a wee while ago. Three surveys were issued comprising of Fan Engagement 2, Club Membership and Digital & Media. More than half the respondents from the initial survey said they would participate in further supporter engagement initiatives to help shape the ClubÂ’s Ready To Listen campaign. From that 50%, the uptake was overwhelming with over 86% of fans completing the Fan Engagement 2 survey, 58% completing the Club Membership survey and 66% completing the Digital & Media survey. Fan Engagement Key Findings 88% of fans see the ClubÂ’s Website as the key channel
  8. RANGERS are behaving as though their 120-day business review will have to be crowbarred out of their directors' hands. The more cynical of this club's supporters would not be surprised if the update was delivered in encrypted text this Friday, such has been the apparent reluctance to let the findings out into the public domain. Friday will be day 128, incidentally, and all that has been promised is "update" rather than any extensive illumination of the Ibrox strategy. This is what football has come to: thousands of fans desperately waiting for breaking news on what they would once have
  9. The silence of normally loud mouthed, so quick to condemn Scottish Press over the green and grey hordes attempt to get their homage to dead terrorists into the charts is deafening. The cowardice displayed by the media mirrors the cowardice of the terrorists rather aptly. Anyone for a helping of double standards? *Please move this admin if not appropriate for here.
  10. Folks, There's a fair number of Gersnet users who have been members of the forum for quite a few years and during that time have changed their email address without updating it in their forum user settings. For that reason, could everyone please go into their forum user settings and make sure their Gersnet account is updated with their current email address. Many thanks! ~Z
  11. Rangers directors have been accused of being “hell-bent” on denying shareholders their right to vote on the composition of the board after the club dismissed a resolution to appoint four new members. The Rangers board claimed an attempt to install Paul Murray, Malcolm Murray, Scott Murdoch and Alex Wilson, in a proposed vote at the club’s annual general meeting on October 24, was ‘’unlikely to be properly constituted under s338 of the Companies Act 2006’’. However, the group seeking change insists it submitted its request in a “perfectly valid” manner. The row follows an earlier ag
  12. Can't get a picture uploaded here at work,but it reads SAVE BRENDAN LILLIS. ALEX KANE: Should Lillis be shown compassion? Published on Monday 8 August 2011 08:38 IN 1977 Provisional IRA member Brendan Lillis was sentenced to life imprisonment. Passing sentence, the judge said: ââ?¬Å?No doubt if you had not been caught you would have continued your bombing campaign for an indefinite period.ââ?¬Â As a member of the Provisional IRA, Lillis would have read and signed up to the terms and conditions of the IRA Green Book; conditions which embraced paragraphs about the mo
  13. Blackburn are facing a transfer crisis - with their Indian owners told to cut the club’s overdraft before they can buy. The devastating news comes after the chicken-farming Venky’s group planned to make a handful of signings and try to make their outfit into challengers for the Champions League. Venkys bought Rovers for around Ã?£25 million from the late Jack Walker’s trustees and agreed to take on the Ã?£18 million overdraft in the form of a mortgage. However the bank have now demanded that the figure is now reduced - with the cash from the sale of Phil Jones to Manchester Unite
  14. Celtic boss Neil Lennon is in talks with free agent Neil Danns about signing on a free from Crystal Palace ââ?¬â?? ahead of rivals Rangers. Midfielder Danns is discussing terms after Lennon stepped in for him. The star has also spoken with Rangers but has better money on offer from Celtic. Read more: http://www.mirrorfootball.co.uk/transfer-news/Celtic-to-beat-Rangers-to-Crystal-Palace-free-agent-Neill-Danns-article751200.html#ixzz1PzfWK5EK Sign up for MirrorFootball's Morning Spy newsletter Register here
  15. It has been claimed that FARE. which is headed up by Piara Powar, are the organisation which reported the Rangers support to UEFA. Piara Powar was previously at Kick It Out, and I thought that it may be interesting to look at a couple of issues that occurred when he was at KIO. June 2007 - their newsletter has the following - "It has taken 25 years for a professional Jewish Football League player to break through - so meet Joe Jacobson, proof that this community does not stop at owning clubs and trading players." It seems that Piara Powar has no problem with stereotyping Jewish peo
  16. Kilmarnock manager Mixu Paatelainen has revealed discussions have begun over a new deal for Cameron Bell. More...
  17. Footballer disciplined over Queen comment A PROFESSIONAL footballer from Londonderry has been reprimanded by his club after sectarian comments against the Queen appeared on the internet. Dean Jarvis, 18, a Roman Catholic who plays for Aberdeen Football Clubââ?¬â?¢s youth team, ââ?¬Å?rather stupidly put an ââ?¬Ë?ftqââ?¬â?¢ at the end of a message on his Facebook siteââ?¬Â, a spokesman for the club said. The comment appeared last month as part of a discussion about Protestants in relation to the popeââ?¬â?¢s visit to Scotland. The messages were posted on Jarvisââ?¬â?¢ Facebo
  18. Guys, As most of you know, during the season, I email out a weekly HTML newsletter with the pick of the posts/articles/news from each week. If you have anything of note you'd like added for future editions, have any suggestions for content or fancy writing some much-needed articles for the site; please get in touch. We're always eager for feedback on any issue as well as help in terms of improving the site and forum as a whole. In this week's issue: - Flag Day Match Preview - Join Our SPL Predictor and Win a Rangers Strip - Annual Subscriptions for the Wee Rangers Club no
  19. Right guys, I think the best way for us to do this is for our chums at the BBC to take care of the logistics (may as well put our license fee to some use)... As such, please sign up for the Gersnet Predictor League here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/scotland/sportscotland/predictor/ You'll have to create an account (takes a few secs) and I suggest you retain the same user-name as you do here and put Gersnet_ before it. You can then join our 'Gersnet Predictor' mini-league (password = gersnet) and get predicting. The rules are self-explanatory and the winner at the end of the season wi
  20. http://www.gersnet.co.uk'>http://www.gersnet.co.uk Featuring an accessible Web 2.0 compliant design and all the popular features from our previous incarnation (and more), we look forward to you using our new main site. In 2010, Gersnet celebrates an incredible ten years as part of the online Rangers community. From the early days as a simple HTML based site, to the addition of our forum, online museum and CMS facilities; our site retains a valued contribution to supporter led independent debate. We have several features to make Gersnet the complete interactive experience for the
  21. Guys: Hope you all received and enjoyed your all-new weekly email newsletter. If anyone has any ideas for that, or wants to contribute to its content, please let me know. You can view it here: http://www.gersnetonline.co.uk/newsletters/newsletter210809.html We're also hoping to redesign the main Gersnet site over the coming weeks as well. Anyone with relevant expertise interested in contributing to that, please give me a shout! Remember, Gersnet is your site/forum and we'll always try our best to accommodate your ideas, suggestions and feedback. We're especially inte
  22. ‘Hatred (or hate) is a word that describes intense feelings of dislike. It can be used in a wide variety of contexts, from hatred of inanimate objects (e.g. vegetables) to hatred of other people, or even entire groups of people.’ Was I the only one disappointed at the media and general all-round furore that greeted Wayne Rooney’s comments that he ‘hated’ Liverpool Football Club? This statement was published on the official Manchester United website in an in-depth interview with the player. Rooney supported and broke through the ranks at Liverpool’s neighbours Everton before being transferred
  23. Guys: Just in case you haven't seen this new feature (or have problems with HTML newsletters in your email client), you can view this week's newsletter via the following link: http://www.gersnetonline.net/newsletter241008.html If you would like to have articles/posts considered for inclusion within it, please let me know before the Friday of each week. Any feedback/suggestions for further content is obviously welcome also! Cheers, Frankie
  24. Guys: Just in case you haven't seen this new feature (or have problems with HTML newsletters in your email client), you can view this week's newsletter via the following link: http://www.gersnetonline.net/newsletter241008.html If you would like to have articles/posts considered for inclusion within it, please let me know before the Friday of each week. Any feedback/suggestions for further content is obviously welcome also! Cheers, Frankie
  25. Guys: Just in case you haven't seen this new feature (or have problems with HTML newsletters in your email client), you can view this week's newsletter via the following link: http://www.gersnetonline.net/newsletter241008.html If you would like to have articles/posts considered for inclusion within it, please let me know before the Friday of each week. Any feedback/suggestions for further content is obviously welcome also! Cheers, Frankie
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