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Posted by Arlo on 21 July 2013 - 05:16 PM
Posted by Hank Schrader on 28 January 2014 - 10:26 PM
Making that horrified me, especially the centre piece.
Posted by CFC58 on 07 December 2013 - 02:50 PM
Deano found you a new sig
Posted by DarrenAmbrose on 08 October 2013 - 11:47 AM
I think you need to start another Pool competition that will get the people in.
Posted by MonTheGers on 16 June 2013 - 09:52 PM
Sexy bum cheeks or not, poor spelling and grammar will not be tolerated.
Posted by Hank Schrader on 27 December 2012 - 11:11 PM
Posted by Huh? What? on 26 September 2012 - 09:04 PM
Routine win? Seriously?
I would bet good money you don't win 6-1 again all season.
£5 says we do. Routine win as in we were expected to win comfortably and did.
Okay, but the scoreline has to be 6-1.
Haha didn't take long did it? £5 please Toony, my paypal is firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by Hank Schrader on 25 November 2013 - 04:59 PM
Posted by Storts on 05 July 2013 - 09:05 PM
Posted by Rosberg on 02 January 2013 - 05:25 PM
A front 3 of Sturridge, Sterling and Suarez should be good in theory.
Sturridge is a very talented player but hes frustrating as fuck. Can't do any worse that Downing or Borini...
Suarez up front with two black players. That will end well.
Posted by NotSoSpecialOne on 03 September 2012 - 04:42 PM
Quite a bad cough you've got there Toon. Might force you into an early retirement.
Posted by Guest on 26 March 2012 - 04:58 PM
Posted by ChrisGnu on 26 February 2014 - 12:37 PM
The last time Olympiakos beat Mancheser United was 350BC, It was 2-1, Aristotle and Plato for the Greeks.
Giggs with the consolation for United.
Posted by xDanny on 18 February 2014 - 03:47 PM
A Statement from the Super League HQ
Late last night, Winterfell AFC boss Niall Carr caused uproar after bidding way over his budget for Glen Johnson. An act which put him £81.5 million in debt. We will not let this go unnoticed and I can confirm that Carr, as well as his Winterfell side, have been punished. Super League bosses were locked in talks throughout the night and earlier today to discuss how we should approach the situation in a way to keep all managers happy and not damage the integrity of the Super League, whilst also assuring the punishment is fair and will deter any more of this sort of activity in future transfer windows.
I can now confirm, that as of this moment, Winterfell AFC have been deducted 6 points for the start of the Super League, and will also pay a £10m fine, which has been deducted from their transfer budget. Glen Johnson will remain a Tittsburgh Feelers player and Feelers boss Dean Gillett will not receive any of the £150m.
Carr has 48 hours to appeal against this decision, and confirmation of this appeal or acceptance will be made in due course.
Posted by CFC58 on 13 September 2013 - 02:29 PM
Posted by E4C on 04 September 2013 - 03:17 PM
You're a wizard, Wayne!
Posted by Niall on 05 August 2013 - 09:50 AM
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Posted by No8. on 15 May 2012 - 09:33 AM
Former owner Sir David Murray was a hugely wealthy businessman who bought the club in 1988 for £6 million..He invested in an already successful club and helped us win 9 in a row..Took us to what was more or less a Champions League semi final..Brought us some real greats..Laudrup..Gazza at his best..the De Boer twins..Arthur Numan..Gio Van Bronkhurst and many many more. All this came at a cost and we found ourself in £80 million debt...Murray tried a share issue but the support were angered the scale of the debt had been hidden and it flopped..He personally had to put in £50 million of his own money to bail the club out.
Rangers have been working over the past few years to bring the debt down further and had it down at the manageable level of just under £20 million which was easily serviced by a club of Rangers size..Then the real bombshell came. Dick Advocatt was bringing in real quality players from abroad and they didn't come cheap. Rangers were paying certain players their wages plus a tax avoidance scheme known as Employment Bonus Scheme(EBTs)..Now this was legal at the time if done properly but Rangers were warned the way in which they had set up the scheme was sailing close to the wind. This tax bombshell could finish the club i love and the final bill could be anything up to £100 million. This 1 scheme was the catalyst of all our problems and as much as i enjoyed the 'glory days' of the 90s it was not worth this price..our previous owner chased an impossible dream of European Glory and competing with the top clubs in Europe from the top leagues. Unrealistic while you are playing in a league like the SPL no matter how big the club is or how many supporters we get through the gates.
Quite rightly the bank began to panic and put a representative on our board and Murray was told in no uncertain terms that he either invested more of his millions into the club or he had to sell...Sir David Murrays fortune was made in the steel industry and property so the global recession really hit him hard. His companies combined debt to the bank was reported recently at around the £700 million mark. Obviously the dream was now over and this nightmare began in full swing.
Murray had always promised he would only sell to someone who had the best interests of the club at heart...He would only sell to someone who could take the club forward. Enter Mr Craig Whyte. It is no exagerration to say selling the club to this man is the single worst decision in the 140 years of Rangers Football Club. He has taken a club teetering on the precipice into the abyss!! This is where it gets really murky and i doubt we wll ever get to the bottom of it but i will try and give you a shortened version.
Whyte borrowed £18 million from ticketus to pay of the bank debt in full...Ticketus now get the money from the first 25,000 season tickets we sell over the next 3 or 4 years. He was supposed to be paying the bank debt with his own money!!
He has refused to pay any outside contractors since he took control and that debt has grown dramatically over the last 12 months.
He took PAYE and NI from the players and staff but never passed it on to HMRC.
He was sold the club for £1...He now owns Ibrox Stadium,The Albion Car Park and Murray Park training facility. If the club is liquidated Craig Whyte becomes the main creditor and claims he is owed £18 million which he will get in full after the sale of the ground etc. Nice wee earner Mr Whyte!!
There is so much more such as the SFA putting in place a transfer embargo for 12 months due to Whytes financial cheating. We will in all likelyhood lose the majority of our players in the close season but are unable to replace them for a year!! A harsh punishment imo as the cheating was down to 1 man and we have suffered like few other clubs have ever suffered due to this.
We now have Charles Green and a consortium of faceless foreign investors with no ties to the club or country trying to buy the club. Sorry but i am not exactly enthused by all his bluster and talk of Millions available for McCoist to sign players...Bollocks to that. This is the reason we are all suffering today!!!
As a Rangers supporter of 43 years who has follow followed my entire life all i ask for is a club to support..I could not care less if we won another trophy in my lifetime...I just want my son and daughters to have a team to support and hopefully my grandchildren.. Although my 5 year old daughter claims to be a St Mirren fan..i'll soon knock that out her
I don't care what team you support...I don't care what you think of Scottish football or Rangers in particular and i don't care what you think of me i would never wish this on any true supporter or any football club...Well maybe 1