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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote BigStrongMan Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 Apr 2021 at 4:47pm
Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Originally posted by Green Cockade Green Cockade wrote:

Shower of snowflakes the lot of them. Wouldn't last five minutes in the GAA.
Of course not. Even Rangers players couldn't cope with that level of bigotry.
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Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Originally posted by Green Cockade Green Cockade wrote:

Shower of snowflakes the lot of them. Wouldn't last five minutes in the GAA.
Of course not. Even Rangers players couldn't cope with that level of bigotry.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote tonyjaa Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19 Apr 2021 at 1:01pm
Great to see the world bastions against racism play Sloop John B continuously pre game too

Give all their fans a nice wee sing song at home
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Originally posted by tonyjaa tonyjaa wrote:

Great to see the world bastions against racism play Sloop John B continuously pre game too

Give all their fans a nice wee sing song at home
They didn't play Sloop John B, they played a song to the tune of Sloop John B called 'Four Men had a Dream' about the formation of the original Rangers in 1872. You could clearly hear the lyrics.  Fans of many clubs used a similar lyric structure to the same tune. Cambridge United had 'Derry had a Dream', which was apt as he seemed to be asleep most of the time.

The full lyrics are :

Four men had a dream

To start a football team

They had no money, no strips not even a ball

But still they go on

And The Rangers were born

55 titles later

We still follow on




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Originally posted by tonyjaa tonyjaa wrote:

Great to see the world bastions against racism play Sloop John B continuously pre game too

Give all their fans a nice wee sing song at home


Just in case anyone actually cares on here:

It's a play on words of a sectarian and racism tripe song they call The Famine Song

Vile c*"ts

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We all know about the Famine Song. We know it is song and accepted at Rangers and that it is unquestionably racist, unarguably sectarian and brushed off by Huns as 'satire',  seemingly with a straight face.

The problem is when you accuse them of being vile ****s every time they play a match, do an interview or open the doors on a Monday morning you are diluting your own position and argument. It is the case of the boy who cried Hun.

The Famine Song was borne out of this original song, which is in itself a fairly innocuous song. Given the rise of Sloop John B as a terrace favourite over the past 20 years, I am guessing just about every team in Europe, including Celtic, were involved in blatant hatred of the Irish community in Scotland?

At Brentford, many years ago, there was a rousing rendition, on appearance of a British flag in the home end, of 'your Empire is over, why don't you go home'. This would post-date the origins of 'The Famine Song' by a good few years. 
Even more recently there were attempts by the Green Brigade to reclaim it with a fairly poor effort by their standards about their section 'singing on their own' and something about corporates. A poor effort, but by your criteria it would be racist and sectarian.


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Not one thin word was read

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Any possibility Rangers would apply for the ESL?


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Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

We all know about the Famine Song. We know it is song and accepted at Rangers and that it is unquestionably racist, unarguably sectarian and brushed off by Huns as 'satire',  seemingly with a straight face.

The problem is when you accuse them of being vile ****s every time they play a match, do an interview or open the doors on a Monday morning you are diluting your own position and argument. It is the case of the boy who cried Hun.

The Famine Song was borne out of this original song, which is in itself a fairly innocuous song. Given the rise of Sloop John B as a terrace favourite over the past 20 years, I am guessing just about every team in Europe, including Celtic, were involved in blatant hatred of the Irish community in Scotland?

At Brentford, many years ago, there was a rousing rendition, on appearance of a British flag in the home end, of 'your Empire is over, why don't you go home'. This would post-date the origins of 'The Famine Song' by a good few years. 
Even more recently there were attempts by the Green Brigade to reclaim it with a fairly poor effort by their standards about their section 'singing on their own' and something about corporates. A poor effort, but by your criteria it would be racist and sectarian.

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More shares issued

Hunky dory

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Originally posted by tonyjaa tonyjaa wrote:

More shares issued

Hunky dory

That’s right up there with a stock split, get the regulators in.
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Covid5 still free to do as they please

Over 2 months now?
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St Johnstone had FOUR strong penalty shouts today

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'The Rangers players who were banned for six games for breaching Covid-19 regulations have had their appeals dismissed.
Bongani Zungu, Nathan Patterson, Calvin Bassey, Dapo Mebude and Brian Kinnear were all charged after a party was broken up by police in February.
Each received six-game bans, with two suspended until the end of the season.
An independent appellate tribunal has upheld the punishments after Rangers contested the bans.'

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They took an appeal that was dismissed. Thats not cheating. There is no definition of cheating that would encompass that.
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05 Oct 2020 Statement of capital following an allotment of shares on 30 September 2020 raised £3,028,819.82
03 Nov 2020 Statement of capital following an allotment of shares on 1 November 2020 raised £3,221,969.12
19 Nov 2020 Statement of capital following an allotment of shares on 17 November 2020 raised £3,272,418.72
11 Dec 2020 Statement of capital following an allotment of shares on 10 December 2020 raised £3,409,918.72
14 Dec 2020 Statement of capital following an allotment of shares on 14 December 2020 raised £3,410,418.72
21 Mar 2021 Statement of capital following an allotment of shares on 19 March 2021 raised £3,572,918.72
31 Mar 2021 Statement of capital following an allotment of shares on 30 March 2021 raised £3,682,918.72
09 Apr 2021 Statement of capital following an allotment of shares on 8 April 2021 raised £3,882,918.72
19th April 2021 Statement of capital following an allotment of shares on 19 April 2021 raised £3,904,418.72

That totals £31,386,719.98 raised via allotments of shares since October 2020.
If only we had proper journalists in Scotland, they would be asking questions of where that money is coming from. Nothing dodgy here, no money laundering, no siree, Bob.
Financial fair play, my derriere.

Hilarious how staunch they are that they started ending the payments in 1872 from November
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St Johnstone knock Rangers out of the cup on penalties.
“We did let Mr. Felder sing it, he sang it dozens of times over the span of a week over and over again. It simply didn’t come up to band standards.”

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