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Should the club be challeging this shower about their poor coverage of all things Rangers either by direct contact or though other mediums?

Their bias against our club and fans should no longer be accepted.

Has the club made direct contact with BBC headquarter in London?

 

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8 minutes ago, onevision said:

Should the club be challeging this shower about their poor coverage of all things Rangers either by direct contact or though other mediums?

Their bias against our club and fans should no longer be accepted.

Has the club made direct contact with BBC headquarter in London?

 

Why should the club embarrass itself by lowering it's standards?.

Do the fans really need input from the PQ/BBC or media?.

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2 hours ago, onevision said:

Should the club be challeging this shower about their poor coverage of all things Rangers either by direct contact or though other mediums?

Their bias against our club and fans should no longer be accepted.

Has the club made direct contact with BBC headquarter in London?

 

I think not. What the club should be doing is making sure every Rangers fan on the planet understands how bitter, biased and corrupt the media is in Scotland. No one else has any interest in listening to our side of the situation but there should be no Rangers fans still thinking the BBC, DR, etc are anything but anti-Rangers bastards .... and sadly there are, plenty of them.

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46 minutes ago, Gonzo79 said:

Sportscene tonight, with analysis from Sutherland, McFadden and Maloney.

 

Value for money, if you're a deaf and blind person.

Caught the end of it when they brought up the league table. No mention of Rangers being top and 13 points clear, straight onto talking about hibs in 2nd place....

Maloney's analysis of how a team stops this Rangers side is ....exactly what you would expect from bbc.

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There might be some gnashing of teeth and hurried memos to the music department at Pacific Quay this morning as Dougie Payne, Travis bass player, has publicly outed himself on the BBC Sport website. Obviously BBC Sport headquarters failed to pick up on Mr. Payne's loyalties before the interview. I'm sure Richard Gordon and Stuart Cosgrove will have a word, can't be having Rangers fans being portrayed as anything but reactionary neanderthals now, former art school indie band rockers not supporting the 'Tic or some diddy team, that's going to confuse the listeners. 

"But it has to be said that things are going really well right now. Gerrard has really turned things around and the players he has signed have slotted right in. We are not just getting good results, we are playing really well too."

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20 hours ago, JohnMc said:

There might be some gnashing of teeth and hurried memos to the music department at Pacific Quay this morning as Dougie Payne, Travis bass player, has publicly outed himself on the BBC Sport website. Obviously BBC Sport headquarters failed to pick up on Mr. Payne's loyalties before the interview. I'm sure Richard Gordon and Stuart Cosgrove will have a word, can't be having Rangers fans being portrayed as anything but reactionary neanderthals now, former art school indie band rockers not supporting the 'Tic or some diddy team, that's going to confuse the listeners. 

"But it has to be said that things are going really well right now. Gerrard has really turned things around and the players he has signed have slotted right in. We are not just getting good results, we are playing really well too."

Due to a previous work connection, I have had dealings with Dougie Payne and the other lads from Travis. They are all bluenoses apart from the singer Fran. Nice bunch of guys tbh

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23 hours ago, JohnMc said:

There might be some gnashing of teeth and hurried memos to the music department at Pacific Quay this morning as Dougie Payne, Travis bass player, has publicly outed himself on the BBC Sport website. Obviously BBC Sport headquarters failed to pick up on Mr. Payne's loyalties before the interview. I'm sure Richard Gordon and Stuart Cosgrove will have a word, can't be having Rangers fans being portrayed as anything but reactionary neanderthals now, former art school indie band rockers not supporting the 'Tic or some diddy team, that's going to confuse the listeners. 

"But it has to be said that things are going really well right now. Gerrard has really turned things around and the players he has signed have slotted right in. We are not just getting good results, we are playing really well too."

After reading your post and seeing 26th's use of the word gangsters, I thought back to a 2013 BBC Scotland drama called The Field of Blood, written and directed by David Kane (source/wiki).

 

The line that stood out was describing how much of a nasty bastard, Lafferty the hardman/gangster was.

I'm paraphrasing but Lafferty was said to have thrown his dug out of the highrise windae because,...wait for it....the dug had been chewing on Lafferty's Rangers scarf.

 

Now for many folk, a dug killer is as bad as it gets and to get a reference to Rangers in alongside it, was as blatant as it gets.

 

 

 

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Entitlement.

 

"Entitlement" has become one of Stuart Cosgrove's favourite words. These last few weeks there has been a running battle on BBC Radio Shortbread over the exposure and specifics of National Clinical Director, Jason Leitch's proclamations. Aberdeen's owner, Dave Cormack has criticised the Scottish Government and it's handling of Covid arrangements and Scottish football. He feels there should be a graduated scheme to allow more fans into games in lower tier areas. Further, BBC Radio Shortbread should take the weekly questioning out of the hands of Cosgrove and Cowan, and place it into the hands of the more serious minded on Sportsound.

 

Cosgrove is raging and wonders aloud what entitles Cormack, "who lives in Atlanta, Georgia" to tell us how to conduct our affairs. Cosgrove also offers, "Off the Ball is not Newsnight". Well, quite. DrStu' is obsessed where folks live, he wanted national coaches, Gordon Strachan and Alex McLeish sacked because they would not leave, "their big hooses in Basingstoke and Fulham". Steve Clarkes big hoose is okay though. Of course, Cosgrove has a property portfolio that would choke the proverbial, four properties in three different countries. Oh, and DrStu's big literary hero, Irving Welsh splits his time between Chicago and New York.

 

What about Cosgrove's entitlement? Only two weeks past he told us, "ah've no missed a minute of St Johnstone's football this season". Well, when PQ send him and Tam to Fir Park to cover the 'Well/Saints game for Open all Mikes, or when he sits there after his Saturday/Sunday shows and watches live coverage coming into the studios, or even better; like last night when he has no broadcast duties and he goes in just to watch his team in League Cup action at Dunfermline. Entitlement by the endeavours of BBC Scotland engineers.

 

Approaching his seventieth year, Cosgrove is one very entitled person. Your ordinary BBC Scotland license fee paying Rangers supporter is not allowed to pitch up at PQ to watch their team live on a monitor. In fact, compare and contrast what Cosgrove receives for his license fee and what is received by your average license fee paying Rangers supporter? DrStu' the very entitled establishment man. Next, he'll be lunching at Gamba with Neil Doncaster?

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