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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote tonyjaa Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 Jun 2012 at 8:44pm
for the trolling erseclowns on here :

u do realise that GlasgowRangersFC' websites last action as a club was to wish a former player of theirs (that they hadnt actually paid for) all the best v the Republic of Ireland ??

for the record
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Originally posted by tonyjaa tonyjaa wrote:

for the trolling erseclowns on here :

u do realise that GlasgowRangersFC' websites last action as a club was to wish a former player of theirs (that they hadnt actually paid for) all the best v the Republic of Ireland ??

for the record

Link it up here.
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Horrible coonts, good riddance.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Wheelo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 Jun 2012 at 8:39am

Haven’t been followgn this closely, but can somebody explain the following to me?

 

If the club has gone bust, why isn’t all its assets like ibrox sold to help pay off their creditors? Do the club not own it, or is it held in trust by another company or what?

TRAP OUT!!

F*** THE FAI!!

DROGHEDA TIL I DIE!!
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Fat Sally is becoming the first manager of the new club 'The Rangers Football Club'

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'' I still can't get enough of how magic this feels.

To be finally rid of the rotten, cheating, corrupt cancer that has infested itself in not only Scottish football, but in life as a whole. A club which for over 100 years refused to sign a player because they were of a certain religion. Imagine in any other country in the world, or as it should have been - here, the outrage at having a religiously aggravated signing policy up until 1989. 19 feckin' 89, that's the year I was born. The outrage would, rightly, be national and indeed international had their signing policy been 'no jews' or 'no muslims'. So why wasn't it? Because they are, rather, were 'the people'.

All the masonic handshakes, underhand payments, succulent lamb and finest wine. Get it right up you.

A club, that racked up a whopping estimated £134,000,000 in debt. £134 million. eff me. To put it into some sort of worldwide perspective, that's on a par with the GDP of Ukraine, New Zealand, hungary and Peru. They spent the GDP of NATIONS trying to emulate Celtic and Big Jock's success and got nowhere but an early and thoroughly deserved grave. A grave that will be in a dilapidated park somewhere, unmarked, and regularly pished upon by stray dogs, while weeds flourish from the spot where it's rotten carcass lies.

A club who's fans, for generations have sang songs of religious bile and hatred. Songs about being 'Up to their knees in fenian blood' and the famine being over. Despite this, they again, went sensationally unnoticed in this magical country of ours and it was only recently UEFA started looking in to their, eh, inspired songbook. Have they no songs actually about football? I supposed not, have you seen how they effing attempted to play it?

While we have songs celebrating our past heroes: Jimmy Mcgrory, Jock Stein, Paul McStay, Billy McNeill, Davie Hay, Bertie Auld, Jinky, Henrik Larsson - to name a few - the list is endless. They have songs about their supposed superiority because they are 'The people'/

A club who's fans have caused destruction across cities and who are frequently told when leaving "I hope the doors hit you on the way out"

Brian Clough: "What team did you say you support again?"
Man in the studio audience: "RANGERS!"
Brian Clough: "That's not a football team! That's a gang of villains."

To the Rangers fans: "Stay and vomit in your own home, urinate in the corner of your own sitting room, fight with your own neighbours Celtic (who deserve a medal for putting up with you) and foul the streets of Glasgow. Don't come back to Barcelona, you're an embarrassment. And while we're at it, don't play in the Champions League. You're not up to scratch, either on a sporting or human level.
There are noisy supports who, even though they drink large quantities of beer, make friends. Not you lot, because you turn everywhere you go into dumps. You are undesirables."
El Mundo Deportivo Newspaper on Rangers after the Rangers game v Barcelona in the Nou Camp (Nov 07)

"The people in that CCTV footage acted like a pack of wolves. Whatever happened earlier there was no excuse for this level of violence. "
Assistant Chief Constable Justine Curran, the match commander during Rangers' shame in the UEFA Cup Final "Battle of Piccadilly" in Manchester

A club, who not once, in the face of this, have apologised to the British public. The British who they feel such a strong sense of love for, but who couldn't give a eff back.

A club, who instead of looking to atone for their sins, are looking for an easy way out, trying to beg and loophole their way back to where they wrongly perceive they belong.

There's only one place they belong, and that's where they are. Dead and buried. The only tears of sadness at your funeral will be of those who have loved ones who did not live to see this day.

In fact, I may take that fiver which was so often mentioned and buy some flowers to lay on that unmarked grave. I'll also take that tenner and ram it right up your arse.

Get it up yous. The war is over, the rebels have won. ''

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@alextomo: So Saint Smith Saves Rangers? If so Smith will willingly break with the past and disclose - today - any EBT history. If not, he's tainted.
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alex thomson ‏@alextomo
Fascinating chat with Craig Whyte this morning. Expect much more in next week or two.

alex thomson ‏@alextomo
Will also be following the money behind the Smith bid and asking some questions.
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Originally posted by HughMirin HughMirin wrote:


Originally posted by tonyjaa tonyjaa wrote:

for the trolling erseclowns on here :

u do realise that GlasgowRangersFC' websites last action as a club was to wish a former player of theirs (that they hadnt actually paid for) all the best v the Republic of Ireland ??

for the record


Link it up here.


no way am i giving that old clubs website another hit
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Some explain to the op that this is the beginning of the end for Celtic.

Edited by jackshat - 15 Jun 2012 at 5:19pm
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your first post in the 'new' new club thread , welcome .
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Originally posted by Landon Donovan Landon Donovan wrote:

They go out at the top as Scotland's greatest club

Hope they go to division 3 and Sky drop the SPL

Silly boy titles won by financial doping does not make you the greatest club winning the biggest prize in European football does.

Why would you want sky to drop the SPL.?
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Originally posted by Eamonn68 Eamonn68 wrote:

Originally posted by Landon Donovan Landon Donovan wrote:

They go out at the top as Scotland's greatest club

Hope they go to division 3 and Sky drop the SPL

Silly boy titles won by financial doping does not make you the greatest club winning the biggest prize in European football does.

Why would you want sky to drop the SPL.?


The SPL is only a few places ahead of the LOI in the uefa coefficient. The fall and fall if the SPL is good for Irish football

Would also be funny seeing Celtic get a sh*t TV deal despite their fans claiming the club to be one of the most popular in the world
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