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The Rangers Next Permanent Manager

Who will be Rangers' next permanent manager?  

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  1. 1. Who will be Rangers' next permanent manager?

    • Barry Ferguson
      62
    • Graeme Murty
      43
    • Derek McInnes
      66
    • Tommy Wright
      31
    • Kenny Miller
      17
    • Alex McLeish
      48
    • Dick Advocaat
      3
    • Harry Redknapp
      4
    • Frank De Boer
      21
    • Giovanni Van Bronckhorst
      6
    • Graeme Souness
      6
    • Dougie Freedman
      3
    • Billy Davies
      38
    • Tim Sherwood
      13
    • Garry Monk
      8


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Just reminding you of the contempt your club is held in.
I regard it as a solemn duty.


I might listen if your weren't so fucking boring.

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1 hour ago, jimmy boo said:

I've obviously missed something but what is all the concomitant business?

Something to do with besmirching, my sources up the marble staircase tell me.

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28 minutes ago, EdTheDuck said:

Gee thanks...I feel like I should bring you an apple or something

Happy with an apple

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3 hours ago, Broomhill Ultra said:

 


According to Ragers Media it is and there’s a 50/50 debate about whether it’s acceptable/funny or an embarrassment.

 

It'll end 48% yes, 52% no and a damn fine excuse for a demonstration of mouth-breathing Brit thickery in George Square to frighten grannies out Christmas shopping.

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Is it too much to ask for Ross County to do is all a turn today??

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1 minute ago, Trackdaybob said:

Is it too much to ask for Ross County to do is all a turn today??

I don't think so no. The disruptive shoe is now on the other foot, and regardless of whether the players are onside with Murty, being so publicly rejected has to have an effect

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I am glad we didn't get Mcinnes as I felt Murty had earned a chance but anyone trying to pretend this is anything other than a total cluster f**k by the Rangers board is delusional.

The Scottish media trying to press gang him into the job was shameful.

Given the sense of entitlement coming from Rangers we deserved a fucking reality check.

That statement makes my teeth itch. Fucking embarrassing.

Edited by The Equalizer

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1 minute ago, The Equalizer said:

I am glad we didn't get Mcinnes as I felt Murty had earned a chance but anyone trying to pretend this anything other than a total cluster f**k by the Rangers board is delusional.

The Scottish media trying to press gang him into the job  -  at the express bidding of rangers, but at a safe deniable distance -  was shameful.

Given the sense of entitlement coming from Rangers we deserved a fucking reality check.

That statement makes my teeth itch. Fucking embarrassing.

FTFY - 'for the avoidance of doubt.......'

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9 minutes ago, Ken Fitlike said:

FTFY - 'for the avoidance of doubt.......'

If the Scottish media are still doing the bidding of Rangers in the current climate then they are dumber than I thought.

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If the Scottish media are still doing the bidding of Rangers in the current climate then they are dumber than I thought.

Indeed, thousands of your fellow fans lap it up.

When yous getting GVB in?

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GvB and De Boer are just absolutely fantasy shouts by a fanbase deluded about their standing. They couldn't even attract Alan Pardew up for talks ffs

Alan Pardew was even fucking fantasy

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7 hours ago, Drew Brees said:

‘Jim Spence: Derek McInnes has dodged a bullet by saying ‘no’ to Rangers’

 

 

Derek McInnes dodged a bullet by staying at Aberdeen FC, and turning down an approach by Rangers for their manager’s job.

 

Sadly, once it became clear that their target had rebuffed their well publicised interest, the Ibrox outfit showed a lack of class and humility in their press release, which suggested that the job may have been too big for the Dons boss.

 

It was a cheap and unedifying shot from a club who talk a lot about dignity, but badly misplaced it on this occasion.

 

Rangers are in serious danger of misunderstanding something quintessential about Scottish football. While at first glance our game thrives on rivalry and apparent small mindedness, peel the skin back and there is actually a grudging respect by most fans towards other clubs, even their greatest rivals.

 

Dundee, Dundee United, and St Johnstone fans may bait each other with wicked and cutting humour, but deep under the surface there is a mutual respect for the trials and tribulations each has gone through in their time, because all of us have known the tough times.

 

Most fans in Scottish football enjoy the very occasional cup win or triumph. Many, though, see none at all. The suffering of one is in fact the suffering of all. For all the antipathy on the surface, the majority of Scottish football fans have more in common than they might first admit.

 

Occasional glory, wistful historical successes, and wishful thinking for the future, is the lot of most of us. That shared experience binds us as common fans. Rangers though, have long been seen as excluding themselves from that common experience.

 

Their traditional war cry ‘We are the people’, by definition means the rest of us aren’t the chosen ones. Their belief that snapping their fingers would see Aberdeen’s resolve to keep their manager collapse, and McInnes rush to sign on at Ibrox, misjudged the mood of both.

 

It also revealed Rangers’ lack of grasp of their dramatically changed circumstances in recent times.

 

McInnes currently manages a financially astute club with a supportive chairman, and with a fan base which, while demanding, isn’t disengaged from reality. A failure to be matching Celtic after six months will not get him the sack as it may well have done in Govan.

 

Rangers’ aim in life is to be better than Celtic. In the current circumstances with the Parkhead outfit’s financial enormous lead over them, they are light years away from getting close.

 

A new reality is dawning for the light blues.

 

Their place in Scottish football seems set to be perennially second best to their old East End rivals, who now occupy a different and more exclusive football firmament, with practically guaranteed Champions League entry and the enviable wealth that accompanies it.

 

McInnes will undoubtedly move on from Aberdeen at some stage, and in the mind of some more critical Dons’ fans, the fact that he even contemplated leaving for Rangers may drive a wedge between them and their manager.

 

For the moment though, the Pittodrie boss has made a very wise and career enhancing decision to stay put in the Granite City.

 

 

Doesn't wee Jum write for the dundonian equivalent of the killie standard?

9 hours ago, Drew Brees said:

You think this is a nazi salute?? Is that what you’re saying?

 

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Neil Lennon?

 

Surely not....

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20 minutes ago, DeeTillEhDeh said:

Oldco, for all their arrogance and faults would never have issued a statement as crass as that one.

They wouldn't have had to, though.

Here's a quote from the Duke of Windsor in 1940 - "In the past 10 years Germany has totally reorganised the order of its society ... Countries which were unwilling to accept such a reorganisation of society and its concomitant sacrifices should direct their policies accordingly."[

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On 08/12/2017 at 10:42, lonewolfie said:

Kris Boyd on Sportsound last night - unbelievable Jeff!!! 
"It's no fair - he turnt doon the Ranjurs"

Boyd should keep his trap shut he plays for us and not the care bear ****

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