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    upthehoops 9th November 2019 at 13:13
    Wait until celtic field a weakend team in the next two rounds it will be how disrespectful are celtic to a UEFA competition for not putting out there strongest team.

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    ingso.Jimsie 8th November 2019 at 11:20
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    Watching the game from Ibrox last night on BT Sport, I was rather astonished to hear Rob McLean state.
    How quite it was, more than once.
    Only caught the first half, but Rob did repeat a few times that the ibrox crowd was rather subdued. Blaming it on nerves or porto having a good first half.
    On listening the fans that were singing did sing the same song once or twice. Maybe the message from UEFA got through to a few, and if it did Rob did not want to go there instead picking up on other reasons..

    In Whose Interests
    StevieBC 6th November 2019 at 22:23
    “IBROX WARNING Rangers could end up in financial turmoil like 2012 if King stops bankrolling club, says footie finance expert”

    “Where’s it coming from? It’s only coming from Dave King at the moment.”
    The other poor investors and club 72 not getting a look in here.Reads like don’t be to critical of Dave when the accounts read like sh*t and A big bill from Ashley may be on the way, so don’t be to critical of Dave as he is all you have.
    This looks like the first shot across the bow to keep the fans on board. I expct dave to say he is going to build a bigger ibrox next, but not say when.Are there any good news stories coming out of ibrox just now that is heaping praise on Dave?
    If not, there will be.

    In Whose Interests
    Corrupt official 6th November 2019 at 19:57
    SPFL to investigate claims of secret bonus payments to SFL chief David Longmuir 15 AUG 2013.
    THE SPFL have launched an investigation into claims that secret bonus payments were made to former SFL chief David Longmuir.

    Furious lower league clubs called for an enquiry into why Longmuir received almost £400,000 in financial enhancements during his six years in office at Hampden.

    Accountants for the SFL, as well as former board members Ewen Cameron of Alloa and Arbroath’s Anne McKeown, are examining the detail behind the payments as part of a winding down of the old league body

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    Resolution 12 & The Broken Bond
    Re, the SG contract improved contract.
    Ally had a Golden contract and not much was said of it until it came out in court.
    Warburton would have got an improved contractas he did win a cup,(also the England job was his to knock back)wonder if he was on more than Gerrard, as i have not seen SG tipped for the England job.
    Pedro i don’t believe he was there long enough for the ink to dry on his contract( not winning anything tended to see a contract terminated)
    The other intrim managers would have gained a wage increase for the step up.
    All in all the club from ibrox has spent a lot of money on better contracts for their managers over the last couple of years to win one petrofact cup.

    Resolution 12 & The Broken Bond
    Oh! The rangers v Celtic cup final.

    Putting TRFC first went well. As i said champions don't have to verse anyone when they already are champions.

    Resolution 12 & The Broken Bond
    Jingso.Jimsie 13th December 2019 at 16:30
    Gerrard has signed an extended contract for one reason: more dough (allegedly £10k a week extra)
    It looks like just another gamble by the ibrox club.
    TRFC has offered the extension simply to rebalance & increase/maximise the release fee for Gerrard in said contract. (Longer contract + higher salary = more compo when he goes.)
    …… The problem lies if no one comes in for him and if things don’t go to plan,(the fans turn on him if no trophies) they are stuck with a manager on a higher wage draining even more cash from the club.The extra revenue that they will generate with an extended run in europe is now gone before they get it. For a club that needs millions to see out the end of the season. it’s madness.

    Resolution 12 & The Broken Bond
    StevieBC 11th December 2019 at 19:22
    Still think he’ll be gone before the end of January
    If results go against him in the next few weeks i believe he will be gone. And if results go against him, and he does go, who do the ibrox fans turn to for guidence?
    King the main focal point has departed into the shadows. Would Robertson or park welcome the attention? None seem to crave the limelight like king did.
    bect67 11th December 2019 at 20:54
    “Rangers would’ve gone on to win had the goal been chalked off for offside”
    …………………How does he know that? Celtic played better with ten men, maybe they could have gone on to win, Maybe if celtic had another shot on target they would have scored again, maybe if the ibrox club had another 100 shots on target the wall would have shut them out.
    I’m actually enjoying the all round squirming regarding the game.
    They know they will never get a better chance, that is why the cries from the four corners.
    paddy malarkey 11th December 2019 at 21:50

    I think the problem for a lot of TRFC fans is that in their heads , they’d already won the cup
    With a £50 mill striker what could go wrong.

    Resolution 12 & The Broken Bond
    So after a defeat by celtic and the ibrox club missing out on a lucrative money opportunity of their first major trophy, (and the prospect of going no further in europe) the ibrox club are said to be in talks to give some old players new deals and give Steven Gerrard a new contract. If this increase in wage bill starts in January?

    Have the ibrox club gone mad? Did they not read the accounts? Do they forget Mr Ashley is just round the corner? Do they remember Memorial walls?

    Or do the ibrox club see the monster coming over the hill and are trying to get the best compensation available for manager and players?