Comment on One, er, Two Rules to Rule Them All by Cluster One.

    Ex Ludo 19th March 2019 at 06:46
    It is instructive that all of the t’Rangers managers since 2012 have been outsiders bar Ally McCoist who took on the job for reasons other than his professional development and as history showed, his tenure didn’t end well.
    What we found out at the Craig Whyte trial is that Ally had a Golden contract to become the ibrox boss.
    Ally McCoist’s “golden contract”
    The trial heard that when Rangers legend Ally McCoist became the club’s assistant manager under Walter Smith, there was a penalty clause put into his contract that said if he did not become manager when Smith left, the club was going to have to pay him an “enormous” amount of money. Smith, McCoist’s long-term mentor, only seemed to learn the full extent of the deal when he was given details in the witness box. He told defence lawyer Donald Findlay QC: “Mr McCoist obviously negotiates his own contracts, so he’s possibly a bit brighter than I am.”
    Later Charles Green vowed to never sack Ally. (wonder why)

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    One, er, Two Rules to Rule Them All
    New “Res 12”, website.

    One, er, Two Rules to Rule Them All
    Bogs Dollox 2nd April 2019 at 22:12
    I’m sure there will be other squirrels released round about then.
    Agreed and if the early rounds of the PR machine are anything to go by those squirrels will be something to behold.

    One, er, Two Rules to Rule Them All
    Mr King and Mr Gerrard must be loving all the Morelos and Scott Brown stuff.
    A great deflection from the Ashley court case on the horizon, and questions being asked of Mr Gerrard having a win ratio no better than than the man that resigned/was sacked and are more points behind celtic at this time than they were a year ago, but many millions having being spent.
    As Mr King said, Dave King gives backing to Steven Gerrard: ‘A winner is a winner’
    Until he is not a winner, then deflection is paramount.

    Recent Comments by Cluster One

    Bad Money?
    Auldheid 20th July 2019 at 12:58
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    Thanks for reply.

    Bad Money?
    Bundesliga club target Alfredo Morelos.
    James Tavernier ‘tops Newcastle transfer wish list’ as Steve Bruce eyes Rangers captain
    Nothing like a bit of deflection that the ibrox clubs two best players are targets for other clubs keeps the fans who don’t really care asking about the real issues.

    Bad Money?
    ernie 20th July 2019 at 11:56
    That made me laugh
    It reminded me of some clothing i seen on holiday. At first glance it looked like Calvin Klein, but on closer inspection it was Galvin Glein.

    Bad Money?
    Darkbeforedawn 19th July 2019 at 22:50
    “if it smells like Rangers and looks like Rangers then it it’s rangers”. And there are a large large number of Celtic fans who are the same. There will always be a large number who will never accept it, but likewise a large number who don’t get involved or care. I don’t think it’s fair to assume every person who states what you proclaim as a lie is in some sort of conspiracy.
    “if it smells like Rangers and looks like Rangers then it it’s rangers”.
    I think it’s fair to assume every single person even if they don’t get involved or care know that a rangers was the most corrupt, guilty club in scottish football that left a list of creditors behind and brought shame on scottish football but is never mentioned in the same breath from any one person who come out with the ‘when Rangers dropped down the divisions’ observation.If they are going to pretend the club was dropped down let them not brush aside why they think they were dropped down.

    Bad Money?
    easyJambo 19th July 2019 at 18:06
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    Bosses at Rangers have lost the latest round of a long-running High Court fight over merchandise with Sports Direct owner Mike Ashley.
    Will this bring an end to the pop up shop? The next ibrox home game could be telling.