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By tomorrow the official crowd will be ten thousand, and all filled seats were actually inflatables etc

This whole debacle fucking stinks. They must have the highest wage output apart from Celtic in Scotland - not bad for a club with no business plan, accounts, sponsors etc

Could this be your own team that you are referring to

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why would i be sad and upset? still the same club, no history lost, debt free, away from the corrupt spl and signing players for free

life is bliss

Indeed

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Expect some big name signings in the near future.

http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/sport/football/football-transfer-news/rangers-boss-ally-mccoist-wants-1234913

Give me more: Gers boss McCoist desperate for more new signings

ALLY McCOIST is keen to strengthen his Rangers side further after three new signings, and says the club is pressing ahead with a deal for Craig Beattie.

5414816.jpg Ally McCoist ALLY McCOIST last night admitted Rangers still need a raft of new signings to compete despite seeing his reborn side hammer East Fife.

The fallen Ibrox giants booked their place in round two of the League Cup in front of a bumper crowd of 38,160.

Kick-off had to be delayed 20 minutes to let the fans in and Rangers coasted to victory thanks to a Lee McCulloch double and goals either side of half-time by Dean Shiels and Lee Wallace.

But on a day he added three new players to his squad McCoist made it clear he needs increased numbers.

With the game safely in the bag the manager was able to hand second-half debuts to strikers Francisco Sandaza and Kevin Kyle.

But Rangers’ third signing on a day of frantic activity, Brazilian defender Emilson Cribari, had to be content with a seat in the stands as his international clearance failed to come through.

McCoist said: “I keep hearing people say we will not lose a game this season but we still need to bring players in, especially given we have a transfer embargo in place after September.

“We will certainly be looking to strengthen the squad as we have lost 23 players in six months.

“I am delighted to bring in Dean Shiels and Ian Black and it is good to get two centre-forwards in Kyle and Sandaza who are proven in this country.

“We still need a helping hand and we definitely need numbers in. I wouldn’t put a figure on it but we could certainly do with a few more as guys could move out.

“The eyes of the country will be on us this season and we don’t want to let anyone down. I was really nervous before the match.

“Craig Beattie is a player we are looking at and we hope to push it forward.”

An emotional McCoist also paid tribute to the fans who turned out in huge numbers to watch Rangers for the first time since they were reformed after going into liquidation.

He said: “I was pleased with everything from start to finish. It was a great night.

“The crowd was amazing. I couldn’t believe it.

“Out of all this madness in the past 10 months the fans have been a huge plus. It has been phenomenal.”

This is now just playing to the gallery. If the hoped for ST cash doesn't come in and the PATG fans don't turn up then they are heading for certain disaster. When it all goes tits-up they will have to find a new scapegoat as Craigie boy isn't there any more. Who will it be this time, Ally? I can see the time coming when they will clear the ground at half-time and charge fans again to get in for the second half. :)

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Mystery of why only 38K given as attendance.

Sandaza overheard saying to his agent 'Is it normally to getting signing on fee as piles of used tenners jammed inside two used biscuit tins marked on loan from the Kelly Family' ???

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Aren't they supposed to be wearing Irn Bru patches?

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I think you will just need them for SFL fixtures - of course all the other SFL sides will wear them in the Ramsdens, League and Scottish Cups as they will probably only have a couple of sets of strips for the whole season, with Sevco still acting Billy Big Time I would imagine they have a new kit for every game.

They will have to have them on their strips for Saturday's game.

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Legendary Rangers stories:

Barcelona 72: "I was there - 90,000 travelled by bus, plane and car"

Manchester 2008: "I was there - 200,000 travelled by bus, train and car"

Ibrox 7/8/12: "I wasn't there, nope. Only 38,000 were, and even then that included the players, staff, stewards and hot dog sellers. None of my mates were there either - we all said how dead it looked when we struggled to find 4 seats together.............oops"

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The OFFICIAL version

"Ally McCoist ALLY McCOIST last night admitted Rangers still need a raft of new signings to compete despite seeing his reborn side hammer East Fife.

The fallen Ibrox giants booked their place in round two six of the League Cup in front of a bumper crowd of 38,160.

Kick-off had to be delayed 20 35 minutes to let the fans in and Rangers coasted to victory thanks to a Lee McCulloch double and goals either side of half-time by Dean Shiels and Lee Wallace for a final score of

6-0.

But on a day he added twenty three new players to his squad McCoist made it clear he needs increased numbers.

With the game safely in the bag the manager was able to hand second-half debuts to all four strikers Francisco Sandaza and Kevin Kyle.

But Rangers' third eighth signing on a day of frantic activity, Brazilian defender Emilson Cribari, had to be content with a seat in the stands as his international clearance failed to come through.

McCoist said: "I keep hearing people say we will not lose a game this season but we still need to bring players in, especially given we have a transfer embargo in place after September.

"We will certainly be looking to strengthen the squad as we have lost 45 players in six two months.

"I am delighted to bring in Dean Shiels and Ian Black and it is good to get six centre-forwards in Kyle and Sandaza who are proven in this country.

"We still need a helping hand and we definitely need with numbers in. I wouldn't put a figure on it ( and neither can anyone else at Ibrox) but we could certainly do with a few more as guys could move out.

"The eyes of the country will be on us this season and we don't want to let anyone mark the numbers down. I was really nervous before the match.

"Craig Beattie is a player we are looking at and we hope to push it forward."

An emotional McCoist also paid tribute to the fans who turned out in huge numbers (but no really that huge, honestly) to watch Rangers for the first time since they were reformed after going into liquidation.

He said: "I was pleased with everything from start to finish. It was a great night.

"The crowd was amazing. I couldn't believe it.

"Out of all this madness in the past 10 months the ( actual number of) fans have been a huge plus compared to the official figures . It has been phenomenal." (Final admittance they're in the Irn-Bru League?)

Wee Chick was coming in his pants last night "It's a sell-out crowd, 42-43-45 thousand in here already and thousands more outside" so no way was it just 38000, he might be a tit but he's an experienced tit and been in the game long enough to judge what proportion of a full house is missing. This also needs investigated. Are the The Rangers going to cheat Scottish Football financially just the same way the previous club at ibrox did? Is there something in the water down Govan way? Or is it DNA?

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The OFFICIAL version

"Ally McCoist ALLY McCOIST last night admitted Rangers still need a raft of new signings to compete despite seeing his reborn side hammer East Fife.

The fallen Ibrox giants booked their place in round two six of the League Cup in front of a bumper crowd of 38,160.

Kick-off had to be delayed 20 35 minutes to let the fans in and Rangers coasted to victory thanks to a Lee McCulloch double and goals either side of half-time by Dean Shiels and Lee Wallace for a final score of

6-0.

But on a day he added twenty three new players to his squad McCoist made it clear he needs increased numbers.

With the game safely in the bag the manager was able to hand second-half debuts to all four strikers Francisco Sandaza and Kevin Kyle.

But Rangers' third eighth signing on a day of frantic activity, Brazilian defender Emilson Cribari, had to be content with a seat in the stands as his international clearance failed to come through.

McCoist said: "I keep hearing people say we will not lose a game this season but we still need to bring players in, especially given we have a transfer embargo in place after September.

"We will certainly be looking to strengthen the squad as we have lost 45 players in six two months.

"I am delighted to bring in Dean Shiels and Ian Black and it is good to get six centre-forwards in Kyle and Sandaza who are proven in this country.

"We still need a helping hand and we definitely need with numbers in. I wouldn't put a figure on it ( and neither can anyone else at Ibrox) but we could certainly do with a few more as guys could move out.

"The eyes of the country will be on us this season and we don't want to let anyone mark the numbers down. I was really nervous before the match.

"Craig Beattie is a player we are looking at and we hope to push it forward."

An emotional McCoist also paid tribute to the fans who turned out in huge numbers (but no really that huge, honestly) to watch Rangers for the first time since they were reformed after going into liquidation.

He said: "I was pleased with everything from start to finish. It was a great night.

"The crowd was amazing. I couldn't believe it.

"Out of all this madness in the past 10 months the ( actual number of) fans have been a huge plus compared to the official figures . It has been phenomenal." (Final admittance they're in the Irn-Bru League?)

Wee Chick was coming in his pants last night "It's a sell-out crowd, 42-43-45 thousand in here already and thousands more outside" so no way was it just 38000, he might be a tit but he's an experienced tit and been in the game long enough to judge what proportion of a full house is missing. This also needs investigated. Are the The Rangers going to cheat Scottish Football financially just the same way the previous club at ibrox did? Is there something in the water down Govan way? Or is it DNA?

Its one way to get the money out, 10,000 paying £20 or whatever not on the books will soon have a nice suitcase full of money for Mr Green.

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So McMoist's idea for signing players is in case they are drawn against SPL clubs in the cups, and they want to be able to compete ? He doesn't think much of Division 1 clubs then does he, lets hope they get a decent 1st division club in the next round, and we'll see if his crack squad is any use. Unless of course he's been promised Celtic in the cup, nah the SFL/SFA wouldn't bend over for them would they ?

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Just had a thought.

If/when The Sevco manage to win 3 successive promotions up to the SPL (the only way it won't happen as far as I can see is league reconstruction), what's the likelyhood of a sickening, sycophantic documentary in the mould of "Gretna - Living the Dream" coming out? Interviews with the likes of Chick Young, Traynor, Sir Walter of Cardigan etc. etc. all extolling the glorious virtues of The Sevco battling against adversity and a sickening transfer embargo to still win their way back to the SPL?

I'd end up mashing my fist into the TV screen if I was flicking through and saw horseshit like that.

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Just had a thought.

If/when The Sevco manage to win 3 successive promotions up to the SPL (the only way it won't happen as far as I can see is league reconstruction), what's the likelyhood of a sickening, sycophantic documentary in the mould of "Gretna - Living the Dream" coming out? Interviews with the likes of Chick Young, Traynor, Sir Walter of Cardigan etc. etc. all extolling the glorious virtues of The Sevco battling against adversity and a sickening transfer embargo to still win their way back to the SPL?

I'd end up mashing my fist into the TV screen if I was flicking through and saw horseshit like that.

Just do what I plan to do if that happens - don't watch it. The Rio Olympics will be on anyway. There's a thought. :)

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Did anyone else clock CG's comment about fans buying their kids' school uniforms early (so they could get in for half price :unsure:)? Shows he's not as out of touch with Weegie humour as many might think.

Now for the highlight of the day!

http://leggoland2.blogspot.fr/

Yes it's Leggy-time and he's sticking the boot into Levein again as part of the Papist conspiracy against the most loyal subjects of Her Majesty. Apparently the non-selection of Lee Wallace for a friendly against Australia, despite Rangers only playing 2 official matches due to the lack of an SFA licence, is now a case of lèse-majesté and a reason for Rangers players and fans to boycott the Scottish national team. This, at the very moment Fat Sally is complaining about needing to sign another barrowload of players to ensure promotion from D3 as his depleted squad which has lost 20/21/22/23/24 players (nobody at the club seems to have the faintest idea exactly how many players they have lost) will have to be increased because of the possibility of injuries to those now at the club.

Surely CL should be congratulated for not picking an essential member of the the Rangers 1st XI for what is a meaningless friendly which is being played at Easter Road because it obviouly won't fill Hampden and thereby assuring that he will not be injured in the service of the national team. But no. Siege mentality dictates that this is yet one more attack by the Anti-Ibrox Coalition against Ra Peepul.

A few months ago my signature described a Rangers' fan as "a paranoid paranoid suffering from paranoia". How right I was. :)

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Just do what I plan to do if that happens - don't watch it. The Rio Olympics will be on anyway. There's a thought. :)

Better if it was the Mars Olympics. (topical)

AND Mike Ashley, model for his own size XXXXL shirts.

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AND

Did anyone else clock CG's comment about fans buying their kids' school uniforms early (so they could get in for half price :unsure:)? Shows he's not as out of touch with Weegie humour as many might think.

Bill, the Tykes are well known for being tighter than a Fifer's grip on his sporran.

No need to impugn the always generous Weegies :)

One more thing, regarding Leggo. I know Newco supporters who have been

scathing of the the Scotland team, and its fans, for a long time. I'm going back 20 years. Not successful enough for glory hunters obviously.

It would be no great loss to lose them all. Good riddance and all that.

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Its one way to get the money out, 10,000 paying £20 or whatever not on the books will soon have a nice suitcase full of money for Mr Green.

It would be breathtakingly stupid given that the vat and hmrc people will be watching newco like a hawk....that said stupid and newco aren't unfamiliar with each other

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Better if it was the Mars Olympics. (topical)

AND Mike Ashley, model for his own size XXXXL shirts.

18405542.JPG

AND

Bill, the Tykes are well known for being tighter than a Fifer's grip on his sporran.

No need to impugn the always generous Weegies :)

Aye. They just love handing out the taxpayers' money to deserving players.

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Better if it was the Mars Olympics. (topical)

AND Mike Ashley, model for his own size XXXXL shirts.

18405542.JPG

AND

Bill, the Tykes are well known for being tighter than a Fifer's grip on his sporran.

No need to impugn the always generous Weegies :)

One more thing, regarding Leggo. I know Newco supporters who have been

scathing of the the Scotland team, and its fans, for a long time. I'm going back 20 years. Not successful enough for glory hunters obviously.

It would be no great loss to lose them all. Good riddance and all that.

In the shadow of Olympus Mons, no doubt. But they'll need to attach bungee cord to the ankles of the pole-vaulters

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