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04 Jan 2018 17:31:32
Dodoo recalled from Charlton according to Evening Times


1.) 05 Jan 2018 01:06:19
He's been recalled because he isn't playing much, same as Halliday. No poing in loaning a player to sit on the bench



07 Jun 2017 16:02:41
Does anyone happen to have any rumours regarding who has been told to leave?


1.) 07 Jun 2017 17:03:06
Not a rumour but i would assume Kiernan, Crooks, Windass, Halliday, Garner, Waghorn, Forrester, McKay, O'Halloran and one of the right backs will be away if anyone will take them.

2.) 07 Jun 2017 17:13:30
i would be disappointed if Baz left. i think pedro could raise his game and he will be a much better player surrounded by a better quality squad. Crooks was never given a chance so i suspect the manager might want to have a look at him over pre-season. Agree with the rest.

3.) 07 Jun 2017 17:38:36
I agree with you TheJerseyLoyal. I think Barrie could be a really useful player. He is a young player and as everyone is saying on here, he was playing in a club full of duds last year. These new signings coming in could make him raise his game. Everyone should get off the kids back!

4.) 07 Jun 2017 18:47:48
hodson, waghorn, forrester, keirnan, crooks, halliday, o'hallaran.
Mackay up in the air waiting to see how he works in the summer and what replacements will come

5.) 07 Jun 2017 20:29:01
What about joe dogdoo he is terrible has to leave surly



22 Apr 2017 14:35:57
Foderingham injured! Out of old firm games


1.) 23 Apr 2017 19:20:43
I swear foders was in goal today

2.) 24 Apr 2017 16:09:16
wasnt fod mate it was his twin! lol



20 Aug 2016 11:52:38
anyone heard anything regarding the Scotsman article about puma branding removed from the site and players training in t-shirts? has the puma deal been ended?


1.) 20 Aug 2016 12:20:31
Just read this after seeing your post. Very interesting! I'm no expert but surely that mean we have cut ties. (or in the process of doing so)

2.) 20 Aug 2016 21:24:03
All the puma advertising in the stadium was covered over today with a big RFC banner too.

3.) 21 Aug 2016 07:51:36
they were on the bibs maybe they have just covered them to promote club 72.

4.) 21 Aug 2016 09:05:01
I think there is more to it than that Cee. Puma is no longer listed as an official partner on our website.

5.) 21 Aug 2016 11:14:01
they are taking you to court over the strips apparently lads, thought it wouldve been ashley that got took.

6.) 21 Aug 2016 14:10:52
I hate to agree with a Celtic fan trying to wind people up - but we have made a very big mistake here.

Puma have a water tight case against us. We can expect a response from them in coming days. We have a contract with them, that we have unilaterally breached- all the other nonsense doesn't count.

People ask why I am not a fan of king- making moves like this is one of reasons. This doesn't benefit club in any shape or form. Now we have two expensive legal battles ahead at the same time. Genius.

7.) 21 Aug 2016 15:42:28
Mr Nice, would you rather we were still a puppet club under Ashley's dictate? Do you think that the club's law advisers are incompetent in taking the decisions they have?

8.) 21 Aug 2016 15:52:54
Puma will not to their chances of future business any good with a lawsuit against Rangers although in reality I suspect it is Ashley pulling the strings. Somehow or other Ashley needs to be destroyed. It is not just Rangers that this guy is screwing.

9.) 21 Aug 2016 17:50:15
Mr nice, have a read at cuillin 72 in answer to your post regarding agreeing with the celtic fan in our dispute with puma, I couldn't have put it better myself, he's bang on the money because don't think that king and our board of directors have done this with puma on a whim, they've obviously taken legal advice on what they can and cannot do in ditching puma as well as sports direct, I back the club's decision as this has to move on one way or another as this club is getting held back in making a lot of dough from our replica shirt sales, just for the record puma didn't even have there name printed in our usual home matchday programme against motherwell yesterday and going along with the other things its very clear we will be parting company with puma very shortly, I have stated on here before and have it on good authority that we have spoken with under armour and new balance about becoming our new kit manufacturers although the club are also looking at making there own kits short term until things have been cleared and sorted out with puma and then we will have probably under armour as our new kit makers.

10.) 21 Aug 2016 19:38:47
Right warburtonthefifteenth, I'll give this a read when I've got a couple of days off work.

11.) 21 Aug 2016 19:51:37
Whatever negri, much obliged mate, cheers! Read this one as well I hope, you will only need a half day off work for this one lol.

12.) 22 Aug 2016 13:07:18

those guys are actively trying to get rangers out of a deal which was made with the fat rat which only serves to benefit his company and harm out great team for years to come!

would anyone else do a better job than these guys?
and yes we have not got a lot of money but we have done well in making our team better and bigger and with hopefully European football next year then we will have even better quality.

13.) 22 Aug 2016 14:47:48
It's Puma and Mike Ashley that have made the mistake! And probably bhoywonder and GLORYHIBS too, desperately wanting to be a part of the revolution!

14.) 20 Aug 2016 15:31:01
Wondered why the players were training in t-shirts when I seen the piece on senderos, ?

15.) 20 Aug 2016 16:08:41
@gram - picture of Wilson in the Sun with a T-shirt over his training gear. Can still see the logo on his shirts though? Senderos also wearing the same T-shirt.



04 Jun 2016 15:50:11
Anyone heard anything on Matthew Knox from Livingston or anything on preseason friendlies?





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17 Jul 2016 13:59:40
Anyone notice how Kiernan was at fault for every Motherwell chance in the first half? Always two yards behind his man.


1.) 17 Jul 2016 14:14:20
Much prefer Wilson to Kiernan, I just don't rate Kiernan at all. Wilson I still think could actually be our best defender, with the right partner beside him. His tackling and passing has a bit class about them, he just needs somebody who can read the game in beside him to keep him right because technically there's not much better than him in Scottish Football. I know I'll get slated for saying that, but it is my opinion. And Liverpool don't pay £2m for a 17 year old for nothing.

2.) 17 Jul 2016 14:35:34
nope taverner was at fault a lot more.

3.) 17 Jul 2016 15:00:27
I thought Tav defended well yday to be fair. I would rather have attacking FB's who ship the odd goal anyway. Better to watch and they create more than lose. No way Tav cost us 15+ last season. It's essential to the passing game we play, when the bus has been parked like yesterday and all of last season Tav and Wallace were the extra bit of quality in attack that won us so many games imo.

4.) 17 Jul 2016 15:40:35
There was little cover in midfield, Halliday ran about like a blindman and the sooner Barton and Rossiter are in the team the better.

5.) 17 Jul 2016 16:09:53
Tom42 the blind man that cleared from the line early on? the blind man as you call him could be the blind man that saved us from defeat, imagine he never cleared the goal line, totally different scoreline for sure.

6.) 17 Jul 2016 17:48:43
Part him and part bad tactics. Lost count of how many times I heard commentator say "bad defending from rangers".

Need to tighten up as Motherwell did have good chances from simple crosses and punts up park.

Hopefully that's something that we will work on, along with moving ball bit quicker. But for a first game some thought we would lose, I thought it was a decent start - they could of scored but we could also have got a few more.

7.) 17 Jul 2016 18:57:19
Always been pro Wilson myself. Feel as if people forget he was injured and forced to play at the start of last season and looked it. Looks a lot more solid now and can definitely pass the ball.

8.) 17 Jul 2016 18:58:24
Got the result we needed yesterday so the Warburton bandwagon is back on the road. Early doors but some very familiar patterns to last season; would have benefitted from an out and out striker, the defence kept it interesting right up until Waghorn got the second in the 91st minute and Wes proved to be a good shot stopper but hesitant when the ball is in the air. A bit disappointing to be reliving the shortcomings of last season but lots of positives to consider too. Wag and Tav still got it and combined well, Windass and MOH looked direct and full of pace and menace, good to see Harry back in action, ( not his best performance but some nice touches) and Niko looked pure quality. And look who we still have to bring in. The defence is where we need the most reassurance! It will be interesting to see what Gilks brings to the party and see if we feel any more confident - I certainly expect him to dominate the box and deal with the high/ crossballs better than Wes. As for our much criticised centre backs - in time I am sure Joey will offer better cover and this is bound to help. Clint could prove to be better than both our regulars. I still think Danny Wilson is a footballer, much more so than Keirnan who looks to be the week link based on decision making and technical execution. Hopefully this is an area we will further strengthen. Know I will get peters for this but just for the craic, anyone think Charlie Mulgrew could do a job? I have always rated him; good, solid and reliable, good touch on the ball, good in the air and always seems to be able to raise his game. Would be great to help Brenda make another poor decision. Anyways, can't wait to see who the last few additions will be and then 55, we're coming for you!

9.) 17 Jul 2016 19:00:54
But recbob hits the nail on the head I always felt that Wilson had class about him all forgetting he actually came through our academy as well is he not a childhood rangers fan? and he made us a few million in a transfer as well I don't know why the guy was getting stick I felt the weakness in defence was always right sided and have said so on many occasions (Kiernan and Tav can't play together)



11 May 2016 14:25:45
Stephen Thompson quits the SPFL board in a rage at 'DISPROPORTIONATE PUNISHMENT' haha. Also I hear we're looking at an Indian player called Karma.


1.) 11 May 2016 14:40:21
Haha very good gram!

2.) 11 May 2016 14:45:26
When u look beyond the headlines. They basically got no punishment. They got 3 points deducted which makes no difference as there relegated anyway. And there fine half the amount was suspended. So you wonder what Thompson is moaning about.

3.) 11 May 2016 14:57:21
a 3 point deduction made by the SFA, to a team that is already relegated, just sums the Muppets up! what is actually the point of it! Doc them when it matters not when it totally irrelevant, actually embarrassing.

4.) 11 May 2016 15:16:41
I heard the points are to be deducted next season so they would start on minus 3 points.

5.) 11 May 2016 15:37:18
No this season's total.

6.) 11 May 2016 15:43:55
Have Dundee been docked 3 points?
Could someone shed some light on this matter as I ain't got a clue about anything they have done.

7.) 11 May 2016 15:50:29
Sorry chaps, disregard my previous post as I have just read that the 3 points are deducted now, what a pointless punishment to an already relegated team, sfa numptys again!

8.) 11 May 2016 17:03:46
Utterly pointless deducting a relegated team 3 points as someone said sums up the people who run our game.

9.) 11 May 2016 14:47:03
Couldn't happen to a nicer guy- as ye sow, so shall ye reap!



23 Apr 2016 22:03:18
Don't know if anyone noticed but who was the one alloa player who refused to join the guard of honour and instead warmed up in the line?


1.) 24 Apr 2016 11:20:14
Michael Duffy on loan from Celtic, no surprise there.

2.) 24 Apr 2016 12:29:26
Theirs no rules or procedures that say he has to, it's his prerogative.

3.) 24 Apr 2016 17:25:52
Well at least he'll be able to tell his grandweans how much he made an a##e of himself when he grows up. "let your grandad tell about the time when he stood as part of a guard of honour live on tv and, unlike his team mates who showed professionalism and respect to a better team, chose not applaud just so as all his wee pals at the time would see him as a hero. Sure, they've gone on to win many, many more titles since then and are, according to EUFA, SFA and the Lawlords the same Rangers, your grandad and his wee pals know different".

4.) 24 Apr 2016 17:51:19
@ Hugh Jarse i agree i would be disappointed if rangers players did not have the class to form a guard of honor and congratulate another team. who ever it may be were to be league champions or we shared a final with.

5.) 24 Apr 2016 18:19:51
Pathetic really isn't it, oh well he's found his level, not good enough for Alloa.
Hibs are the same, no class. That's what happens when you get Celtic players on loan, the class just falls right out your Club. Hibs are full of them, that's why the are serial losers😂.

6.) 24 Apr 2016 19:24:56
Rangers players gave hearts a guard of honour last year, that's the class of them.



14 Apr 2016 12:52:09
Can anyone tell me what the travel advice advice is likely to be for sunday? I've never been to Hampden but assuming there will be specific paths you must follow due to segregation? I been waiting for it on the official site but nothing so far.


1.) 14 Apr 2016 13:34:52
Aye gram, if you see a sea of green and white, stay clear and you'll be fine!

2.) 14 Apr 2016 14:26:13
If you plan on getting the train out to hampden from the center then rangers supporters should get of at the mount florida stop.

3.) 14 Apr 2016 20:45:22
Gram avoid Prospecthill Road and Aitkenhead Road and use Cathcart Road from the city centre. Worst place to come from is the Rutherglen area as you are better heading up to Kings Park Avenue. There are great Rangers pubs in Rutherglen but your best bet for a pint after the game would be the 116 or 20 clubs or the bowling clubs, if you are heading that way.



08 Apr 2016 12:36:55
just got my semi-final ticket today but never been to Hampden before - anyone have an opinion on the front row behind the goal? what's the view like?


1.) 08 Apr 2016 13:18:01
you feel like you are far away from the pitch because of the daft running track behind the goals. Mind you If the gers score on the goal your sitting behind it won't be to bad aha!

2.) 08 Apr 2016 13:38:22
The view in the first few rows is very poor- too far away due to running track and angle isn't great, but to be honest I think with the exception of the main stand out its a terrible stadium no matter where you sit.

3.) 08 Apr 2016 15:32:48
well, sounds like I may have drawn a short straw but still will be amazing to be there.

4.) 08 Apr 2016 16:09:03
Hampdem is crap, after the commonwealth games it should have been kept as a running track, when they rebuilt Hamden they killed it for atmosphere, I know it's changed days from the old hampden but they have ruined it, plus the pitch is a joke buts that's a whole new story.




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28 Feb 2018 14:42:50
Pena will not be back in the summer as he is on a 12 month loan started in january




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06 Dec 2017 08:28:05
I disagree Dutch, our bunch of players have shown how good they can actually play, if we keep getting results ten points is not an unassailable lead in December




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21 Oct 2017 06:39:25
I honestly think the whole thing is an act orchestrated to give the impression of turmoil. Pedro loves his mind games, and who better to get in on it than Kenny?




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21 May 2017 17:57:17
Weiss was anything but average, remind yourself of his skill and movement with a YouTube video of his highlights




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07 Apr 2017 13:16:15
Where is the money coming from? Same place 1.8 million came from for garner and same place 300,000 compensation came from for Pedro. I'm only half a genius myself, but I'll guess. Bank account?





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19 Jan 2018 15:15:19
Murphy hasn't being playing either so that's gash about Naismith




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14 Dec 2017 12:12:58
I have to agree, it was Alves who was at the near post doing nothing but watch Ross County score on Saturday as well. He was better second half last night but I'm no going to miss him if he's off in January.




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13 Dec 2017 20:31:44
it was Millers work rate that intercepted the ball for our equaliser on Saturday. Herrera before Miller? No thanks




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17 Oct 2017 10:34:53
I'd actually prefer Hibs in the final if we get there, we owe them a beating a Hampden.




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25 Aug 2017 19:19:26
Fod mate, you really need to realise that your stress level ain't going to change the world. The entire Rangers family needs positivity right now from all corners. I truly believe we have the best squad since going down, next season even better hopefully, but for now we have to show Scottish football our twelfth man