Tag Archives: Rangers

Criticism of Saints and Gers fans celebrations example of bad world we want to escape from
By J Bleasdale |

THIS time last year was the last weekend of normality in Scottish Football. Normal in the sense that games were played in front of crowds at every stadium in the country at all levels, players got changed in dressing rooms across from each other and there were no issues over team buses. A week later, [Read more]

Crowds at games should start from the bottom
By J Bleasdale |

THE number of new cases and deaths from Coronavirus are falling and more restrictions are being eased by the Scottish Government. After months being stuck indoors and not going for exercise further than the local park, it’s music to everyone’s ears that they can go to other households again as well as go to the [Read more]

Why Glasgow Two’s Europa League performances are a boost for Scottish Football
By J Bleasdale |

SCOTTISH Football has taken a battering over the years on the Continental Stage. Time after time, most of our sides have been going out of Europe before the summer has ended, whilst Celtic have had mixed fortunes in both failing to qualify for the Champions League and suffered some hammerings off some of Europe’s best [Read more]

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Fernando Ricksen – the divider who united rivals in his illness battle
By J Bleasdale |

FERNANDO Ricksen the player divided many. Loved by Rangers fans, disliked by rival fans, an editors dream for newspapers such was his character on and off the pitch. Fernando Ricksen the fighter of Motor Neurone Disease united the footballing world. Diagnosed in 2013 and given 18 months to live, he fought bravely against the disease, [Read more]

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Rangers boss Gerrard Has To Retain A Specific Player For Title Race Next Season
By Paul MacDonald |

The Light Blues have virtually ended their first season under Gerrard by recording another win in the Old Firm against Celtic in the last weekend. Rangers 2-0 win will add confidence to a squad that will try hard this summer to do what is required to be able to challenge Celtic in the title race. [Read more]

Old Firm hoping that Thursday is a Throwback to greater European nights
By J Bleasdale |

FOR many years, supporters of Celtic and Rangers have reminisced over the great European nights in their respective clubs history. From Celtic’s European Cup success in 1967, through Rangers European Cup Winners Cup triumph in 1972, to the two contesting the UEFA Cup Final in the noughties, there have been a lot for the Old [Read more]

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Semi Final Farce sums up the incompetence of Scottish Football’s Governing Bodies
By J Bleasdale |

THE Betfred Cup Semi Final draw threw together two mouthwatering ties between four of Scotland’s biggest clubs. A rejuvenated Hearts were paired with Brendan Rodgers all conquering Celtic side whilst Aberdeen were drawn to face Rangers. The prospect of two of the biggest rivalries outside of the Old Firm and Edinburgh Derbies in the last [Read more]

S7E38 Rangers PR is Murtyfying
By C Adey |

It’s the two John’s again to discuss an eventful week in Scottish football. The charity bets were unsuccessful but we have a belter for the upcoming weekend if it comes in. Hibs managed to clinch the youth double as they beat Aberdeen in the Youth Cup final. They were a bit more streetwise than the [Read more]

Gers Handling of Graeme was Murtyfying
By J Bleasdale |

GRAEME Murty will be feeling many emotions after being sacked as Rangers Manager today. He will be sad at losing the job he assumed on a caretaker basis on two occasions before being installed as Manager until the end of the season. He will be disappointed at how things have transpired over the last few [Read more]

S7E37 Doncaster’s Fixture Farce
By C Adey |

The two John’s are on to discuss the current events in Scottish football. There is good news to start with as the charity bet treble with McBookie came in. That takes us closer to the £700 mark. The champions in League One and League Two have yet to be decided with only one set of [Read more]