Scottish Football and the case for a Bismarck!

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Zerotolerance1903 says: Wednesday, April 24, 2013 at 14:55 ——————————————— Assuming they remain a …

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zerotolerance1903 says:
Wednesday, April 24, 2013 at 14:55
Assuming they remain a pubic company(!), I stand corrected ZT. That may though be a big assumption?

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Scottish Football and the case for a Bismarck!
Brenda says:
Owen Coyle?? Thoughts??
Well he’s a free agent and has a good pedigree. There is no reason at all why he shouldn’t be on Sally’s shopping list

Scottish Football and the case for a Bismarck!
So the busboys, who are undoubtedly the same persons as they were the day they were born, want us to forget their history – particularly anything that happened over 16 years ago, but are part of a movement that insists we respect the 140 year old history of a company just coming up to its first birthday?

“C’mon, get off” as they say

Scottish Football and the case for a Bismarck!
StevieBC says:
Wednesday, May 8, 2013 at 03:21
I am surprised Ally’s name hasn’t been mentioned in connection with this

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The Existence of Laws
torrejohnbhoy says:
Friday, May 17, 2013 at 16:02
So AJ pops in the paper yesterday going on about a cancer at the heart of the football club and lo and behold today we get an email exchange in which AJ is ridiculed by CW’s advisers (who of course knew nothing of the Ticketus deal – other than what they reveal in this exchange)

Maybe Charlotte is actually plain old David Murray in drag??

The Existence of Laws
Forres Dee (@ForresDee) says:
Friday, May 17, 2013 at 09:43
Pawlett reminds me of the great Rangers (whatever happened to them?) stalwart, John McDonald who regularly threw himself to the ground in the 80s, usually with the desired effect.

Not for nothing was he known as Polaris

The Existence of Laws
Always beware new posters with “dynamite” information – it happened before on RTC.

The present effort seems most likely to have been the work of someone at Ibrox or Media House – take it as a backhanded compliment TSFM that this blog is viewed as important enough to try and infiltrate.

The Existence of Laws
Great article James, if a tad overlong. My fear is that one of these days someone is going to start reading this whilst the present Rangers is still in existence but by the time he or she is finished, the club may well have gone bust again.

But it sums up what has been wrong all along, since the day the old club was placed into administration. That is, Rangers is dead; until everyone accepts that, we can’t move forward. So far only two entities have accepted that, UEFA and the Scottish football supporters.

The others pretend that it was just some sort of transplant – an incubator job if you like – and that Rangers is back in business, tending to the sporting needs of The People. Those others include Rangers fans not surprisingly – any football fan in their shoes would do the same if so encouraged – but the most shameful ones perpetrating this myth are the Scottish sporting press including the publicly owned national broadcaster which continued this week with its unending series of biased programmes – Sportsound Extra – which featured two Rangers fans in Kenny McIntyre and Graham Speirs plus an Irishman called English who is always welching on the game he loves in the Scotsman.

Where is the balance in those sorts of programmes where supposedly neutral and educated men take huge offence at the truth (“unbroken history”) and say not a jot about the white supremacist rallying cry “We are The People” ?

Even tonight we have Alasdair Lamont on the BBC Website talking up the two Welsh clubs in the EPL next season and talking down the league he is supposed to be writing about.

All of these guys should front up and be honest – “our jobs depend on getting Rangers back in the top flight” should be how they start and finish every single article they write/post/broadcast. Then at least the interested sports fan can know what vested interest these people have when they do so.

Rangers, too big, two fails

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