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  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NqV0faVEKiE AW NAW. :lol: :lol:
    11 points
  2. I've taken this opportunity to design newco Rangers FC's newco badge! Took me over 10 hours in MS Paint, as you can clearly see: I'm drafting a letter to the board as we speak, seeking to become their new Executive Marketing and Sales Director of Operating Operational Strategy (or some other equally fancy sounding, yet disconcertingly vague job title) for the princely sum of £250,000 a year to come up with shit like this. Hey, if they're stupid enough to still be employing Ally McCoist as manager, I reckon I'm in with a shot. Wish me luck
    11 points
  3. When has anyone at, or associated with, ibrox ever taken responsibility for anything? "We were attacked by Franco's thugs" "Craig Whyte did it all without the entire board knowing anything" "Those songs arenae in the wee book, so they cannae be offensive" "A big telly broke - whit did ye think wid happen?" "The ref didnae wait until we wur ready" "Christ, but it's windy in Forfar" "That Queens player wiz offside" "Aw the players ur worried in case Charlie comes back" "Ah've nae idea how much ah'm gettin' paid, 'cos ah don't look at that stuff" and of course, everbody's favourite - "Never mind that, look at THAME!" Absolutely fucking priceless. Thank you, the rangers, and thank you especially, new ST holder No.8. Your input has been some of the finest tear-stained pish ever seen in this forum.
    10 points
  4. His next big purse will be Louis Vuitton.
    9 points
  5. What might be confusing Rangers fans more here is that in the past under similar circumstances the visitors would generally be in no hurry to restart after conceding a late equaliser at Ibrox as they would be looking to make sure they at least went home with the point. This time the roles were reversed and it was their opponents had the urgency to avoid dropping points while McCoist was trying to hold out. Back in the days when Rangers were significantly stronger than Hearts they would have been desperate to get the game restarted quickly to try and turn their late equaliser into a win and Hearts would have been making substitutions to waste time.
    5 points
  6. This. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=96Tv0heJ1FI
    5 points
  7. Sorry if this has already been covered elsewhere, but I was just having a belated look at the bbc's season preview, and they seem to think that Gary Glen has already moved on. Or at least, he's mentioned as "former Raith Rover man Gary Glen" in the Livi section. He'll be missed. http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/scotland/27793738
    4 points
  8. 4 points
  9. Alexander - 7 ~ solid McGee - 6 ~ did his job Alim - 7 ~ took responsibility well after early wobble ~ solid Wilson - 8 ~ Excellent McHattie- 6 ~ did his job Gomis - 7 ~ solid Buaben - 8 ~ Excellent King - 8 ~ Very, very good Nicholson - 6 Carrick - 6 Sow - 8 ~ Once again excellent finish --- Gallacher - 5 ~ did his job Mckay - 6 ~ did his job Holt - 6 ~ did well as we have come to expect -- Templeton - 8 ~ brilliant effort Zaliukas - 7 ~ almost cost us on 1 or 2 occasions - great dummy for the winner Black - 8 ~ Blinder Wallace - 7 ~ quiet, but effective
    4 points
  10. Strange day for Rangers, gubbed by a team containing a Prince and a Billy King and find themselves langushing behind Queens
    4 points
  11. Reguero Fenlon Boyd Dreesen Celcer Brittain Kiss Balk Carey De Leeuw Arquin Pls, Adams.
    4 points
  12. He is. It's unreal how many great performances he's turned in. Just because he was a 'funnyman' he was severely underrated. Aladdin, One Hour Photo, Mrs Doubtfire, A.I, The Birdcage, Insomnia, Good morning Vietnam, Dead Poets Society, Flubber, Awakenings, Hook, Toys, Jumanji, Patch Adams, The Fisher King - Whether you were 5 or 95 there was a Robin Williams film you could associate with a love deeply. He was a terrific actor and the daft thing was, acting wasn't even his strong point. He was a comedian at heart. I always preferred his acting, but in clips like the 'Golf' clip above you could see he was a one in a million talent. Touched many, sad to see that he felt the need to end his life. Depression is a horrible disease.
    3 points
  13. For any of his family or close friends who are reading this; my thoughts are with you at this difficult, difficult time.
    3 points
  14. It's hard to know whether these fuds are thrashing out in anger, or if a lifetime of watching their team(s) getting penalties for absolutely f**k all has genuinely left them with no understanding of the rules of association football. "Flattened by a Hibs player". Never read so much shite in my life.
    3 points
  15. Just been announced, to avoid any further confusion, this guys been drafted in to referee all Rangers matches
    3 points
  16. So fucking what ? Us Diddites have been putting up with this standard of officiating for donkeys, especially against the arsecheeks. Get used to it. Welcome to the real world, you pothunting b'stard. Just remembered a Hibs v. Celtic game at ER back in the days of Tony Mowbray......Bobo Balde spent most of the game clattering anything in a Hibs shirt and Alan Freeland (remember that useless, spineless shitbag of a ref ?) let him off with murder. Eventually, TBITB had to flash a yellow card after Balde went straight through Steven Fletcher from behind. However, one minute later Balde commits the exact same foul on the same player right under Freeland's nose. Result ? Freeland waves play on and Fletcher had to be taken off. Twas ever thus against the OF and it now appears they don't like it up 'em.....
    3 points
  17. They stole a drum IIRC. They then put a photo up on Twitter of the drum in some boy's bedroom, complete with Rangers calendar in the background. And bucket hats? Unless you're LL Cool J (or any 80s/90s hip-hop artist tbh), out fly fishing, or a small child, they aren't acceptable. Britpop is dead, and Liam Gallagher is no longer considered cool, get them binned.
    3 points
  18. This Thread could end up longer than Bralt T.N.F.C. 1 HEART OF MIDLOTHIAN 2 Gie Super Salary a lifetime contract.
    3 points
  19. Great result. Long may The Rangers suffer.
    3 points
  20. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-28749702 Not one to normally care about celebrity deaths, but this one makes me sad.
    2 points
  21. Kicking, screaming, leaving pools of piss, snot and tears as they were unceremoniously dragged to death row to await the liquidator's final blow to the neck. Well that's how I'll remember them.
    2 points
  22. "There's not enough detail" has become the staple excuse for Nos and undecideds. The truth is there is plenty of detail from the Yes side out there. The difference is it isn't spoonfed to us by the media and you actually have to look for it. In the year 2014 it shouldn't be hard to turn on a computer and look at some stuff for 15-30 minutes each day. That's if you genuinely care about the vote. It's up to them to decide whether it's legit or complete bollocks.
    2 points
  23. Benny the bellend, I call fhuddery.
    2 points
  24. There back.........
    2 points
  25. I'd still vote for Independence if it meant I'd immediately get hit in the pocket or I got any immediate bad consequences. This is way greater and bigger than voting for what you think is best for you; this is voting for the benefit of generations to come, and for the greater good of Scotland.
    2 points
  26. You can't have looked very far, on the first page:
    2 points
  27. We've got the Goodwin Crew. Sneak up behind you at the train station and waft their forearms at the back of yer' napper. I blame Danny Lennon.
    2 points
  28. I assume when they lopped off his old chap, the surgeon shouted "And there goes the bell!!"?
    2 points
  29. Yip. In fact you need look no further than P&B to see how it goes. No8 all mouthy about first the Easdales and then this summer's boycott. When it comes to it though, he crumples like a pretty little daisy.
    2 points
  30. Thought Saturday was very promising for a challenge at the title. We went behind, we had some of our better players on the bench and we didn’t reach the levels of the previous two games. But we won. I think it shows the quality in the side that we came through a test like this. A frustrating opening half hour toped off with a soft penalty award would have been enough to see previous Rovers teams crumble but the reaction in the first ten minutes showed we have a team of winners who have the confidence in their own ability to chase a game. We had a very strong bench too. McKenzine and Love who had stood out in previous games sat this one out (bar a squid cameo) and we won comfortably in the end. Add to this that Cusack and Donnelly on the bench and Chaplain in the stand, this could be one of the best Rovers squads depth wise in years. The inclusion of Mullin in the starting line-up i'd imagine will help the issue of keeping everyone happy as it shows if you come on and do well you can break into the team. Mullin played well but i think at this moment id have Love in there and have him as an option off the bench. The back four looked solid too Turnbull looks like an upgrade on Russell at left back. Confident and calm at the back and a bit more calculated with his attacking raids up feild . Alan Reid is also looking more composed at the back and in his delivery too. Up front the team look like they are trying to play some nice stuff with quick short passing, some of it not quite coming off at the moment but i think McGuigan and Gemmell might just need a few more games together. Pass marks to everyone although i think Phillips and Mullin for Love and McKenzie might be closer to our strongest XI, but its a good feeling to be able to debate who our strongest XI is . All in nothing to get carried away about but in the end i find that more encouraging than going out and winning 5-0 and running out of steam within a few weeks .
    2 points
  31. How can you 'watch' Sportsound?
    2 points
  32. Yip - f'ck playing them or their green cousins at any time TBH.
    2 points
  33. Have you ever heard the expression 'This takes straw-clutching to an all-time low' ? Pathetic. Sevco fans are, generally speaking, a bunch of vacuous, entitled arseholes. You were beaten fair and square so shut your hole FFS and get on with your sad wee life. (End of rant.)
    2 points
  34. You really are going for this £100 a month thing aren't you? Perhaps you missed the other article I provided for you which said that Westminster have deliberately downplayed the amount of oil in the North Sea ahead of the referendum. But by all means, convince yourself the SNP have lied for 40 years. I think I can just about see the cut of your jib.
    2 points
  35. Rangers fans greetin about the ref shocker.
    2 points
  36. Sounds like somewhat of an Art Attack.
    2 points
  37. BBC have just confirmed McCoist has resigned as Rangers manager http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/28647379
    2 points
  38. 2 points
  39. Today for me highlighted what a shambles Rangers are at the moment and all piss taking aside, it showed the night and day difference between what a club should and shouldn't do. Hearts have been in massive financial difficulties and dropped out the top league so are in a similar position to Rangers. Hearts have sorted their debt, cut their spending and layed off all big earners, they then have brought in a management team to build a team from youth with a few experienced players to help them and no doubt have started scouting young players. While Rangers have tried to spend their way out of trouble which may well work or may not but it could bankrupt them again, unfortunatly Rangers have forced themselves down this path when they made Ally their hero and made him nearly impossible to sack he is not capable of doing whta Hearts are doing or even doing it on a budget like Gretna did he has bought a Ferrari to win a Go Cart race. what Rangers do next is the mystery stick or twist? but for me they have wasted the chance to build a good team from youngsters and wasted two years while burning money now they have to go up at all costs.
    2 points
  40. BAH GAWD, SOMEBODY STOP THE DAMN MATCH! AS GAWD IS MAH WITNESS, THE RANGERS ARE BROKEN IN HALF!
    2 points
  41. Murray Park proving its worth there
    2 points
  42. For the rest of his shift he was happy as a pig in shit.
    2 points
  43. didnt deserve to lose? were you at the game? played against 10men for 75 mins and made about 3 clear cut chances which were all missed and then scored in last min to make it look closer than it was. crichton were very good with 10men, so good that you wouldnt have known they were a man down. could have folded after going 1-1 at HT but controlled the second half and cruised to 3-1... missed gilt edges chances all the way. Crichtons goalkeeper was outstanding, both of them....
    1 point
  44. Clyde didn't half make that hard for themselves! But a well dug out win nonetheless. Queen's Park were stuffy and very resolute but they won't be able to chase play for the prolonged spells that they had to in this fixture and come away with many points. In much the same way, Clyde cannot expect to enjoy so much possession without ever converting that possession into a maintainable lead. In my opinion the ways in which Clyde can improve are obvious and most posters on this thread have identified them. They're weakest on their right-hand-side; their central midfield players don't have the energy to reinforce counter-attacks, save for John Sweeney perhaps; there's a massive vertical channel which they fail to exploit and, lastly, they might not have the experience necessary to consolidate a lead when/if they take it. I'm surprised that nobody has mentioned the turf. Though it was immaterial to the result it made things more difficult for both sides and Clyde in particular as possession was largely theirs. Blogged here: http://footballforensic.blogspot.co.uk/2014/08/queens-park-1-2-clyde.html
    1 point
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