There's a oft-used phrase that is ironically erroneous - "everyone is entitled to their opinion". Have a think about that. I've got about as much knowledge of biology and medicine as I have about next week's lottery numbers, so the notion that I should be allowed to hold an opinion on how a heart surgeon … Continue reading Rangers Aren’t The Club Unsettling Jordan Jones
Today, Rangers confirmed that Graeme Murty will be the manager until the end of the season. Despite a lengthy process of trying to find the next man, and the failed approach for Derek McInnes, the club have decided to stick with Murty right now. Fan reaction is largely negative at the moment. A lot of … Continue reading Murty Confirmed, John Signed – Does This Tell us Anything?
Tonight, Rangers travel to Edinburgh to face Hibs, a team in decent form who will be confident of a result. With players like Wallace, Dorrans and Jack all unavailable, the fans were eager to hear news on Ross McCrorie in the press conference yesterday. Whilst Graeme Murty described him as doubtful, subsequent information suggests he'll … Continue reading McCrorie Set to Start at Easter Road
Rangers today followed up their impressive victory on Wednesday night by winning yet again against Aberdeen. The 2-1 victory at Pittodrie was earned through a lot of hard work, and a decent amount of skill. There were more than a few good performers yet again, and even the red card to Ryan Jack didn't prevent … Continue reading Aberdeen 1 v 2 Rangers – A Hard Fought Win with Much to Enjoy
With the upcoming game against Aberdeen, the rumours surrounding Derek McInnes and the great performance on Wednesday night, the focus for Rangers fans is somewhat stretched. Our AGM was completed on Thursday, with various topics for discussion. We wanted to let the initial reactions settle before we considered just how we feel about it all. … Continue reading Dust Settled, Now How do we Feel?
There's a phrase used in Philosophical arguments surrounding the existence of a higher power which is termed "God of the gaps". It's use is two-fold - some use it to back up the existence of a God, saying that anything science can't answer is a proof of said power. Others use it as a criticism … Continue reading You’re Not Supposed to Hear This Much in a Vacuum