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RyanGosling says: February 10, 2014 at 10:17 pm  26 2 Rate This Ryan, as you …

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RyanGosling says:
February 10, 2014 at 10:17 pm
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Ryan, as you say we are all merely speculating with information gleaned from various sources. None of us really know what the spivs’ end game is or where this will go.
I’m really just looking for an opinion and none of my Rangers supporting friends will answer. How many of the 38,000 season ticket holders do you believe would support a ‘new’ Rangers playing somewhere other than Ibrox?
How many would support a team finishing third, fourth or fifth after a couple of years in the Premiership?

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torrejohnbhoy(@johnbhoy1958) says:
February 18, 2014 at 1:24 pm
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My head agrees that I see no way out without big changes but my gut says differently.
I have a horrible nagging doubt that there is something we’re not seeing.
The arrogance and laid back attitude has a hint of “we know something you don’t know” about it. I just there would be more panic among sensible Rangers fans if they didn’t see some other outcome than that which the evidence points to.
I hope I’m wrong though.


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Big Pink 17th November 2015 at 8:20 am #

BP, so you think LNS knew he was being ‘duped’ and left a wee surprise?


Whose assets are they anyway?
I am generally a ‘half full’ kinda guy but I have a horrible feeling we’re jumping the gun. After the initial FTT decision and the appeal everyone on here, myself included was advocating a ‘wait till the fat lady sings’ position.
I haven’t heard any singing, possibly because of all the title stripping noise so I’m sticking to that. Until we have a definite decision, either an appeal to the Supreme Court or time running out on the possibility I think it’s still wait and see time.
We spent months telling Rangers fans not to count their chickens and now we’re doing the same. Just because a decision went our way, the right way doesn’t mean it’s over.
Common sense has won this round but after two ridiculous decisions earlier I’m still worried that the Establishment will get their way.


Why We Need to Change
I’ve just spoken to a The Rangers supporting acquaintance who said, and I quote:
“If that had been Barcelona playing like Rangers did today it would be getting talked about for months.”
Good to see they’re taking things with their usual good grace and understated enthusiasm.


Why We Need to Change
burghGer says:
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July 9, 2015 at 2:45 pm

BurghGer, ‘Sevco’s’ fate was not forced upon them it was gifted to them.
You are merely reinforcing the victim mentality that has been so apparent from the Ibrox club’s fans.
They were extremely lucky to be ‘forced’ into division 3 at the expense of more deserving others.


Why We Need to Change
A question.
If we could guarantee that in one year’s time the main topic of discussion on here would be Sevco/SFA/corruption would everyone be happy with the proposed changes?
In my opinion that will be the case and possibly a year further on too. The majority of contributors on here are (mainly) interested in Scottish football and I can’t see an overnight influx of cycling or rugby fans on the back of a name change.
I agree with an earlier suggestion that we should if possible keep the SFM moniker but I’m struggling to come up with suggestions.
There’s nothing wrong with aiming high and corruption in any sport could be used as a way to get football corruption a higher profile.


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