i cant believe you call yourself a fan, while you just bury your head in the sand saying everythings rosy, yet still have time to slate Celtic while your clubs in turmoil, i would even call in to question how safe ibrox is at the moment, its been needing work done on it for years but the lack of money has put a halt to any works, maybe the spivs are just waiting till it fails a health and safety checks and then call in tescos
I'd like to say welcome to this board. But, as you've already seen it's been somewhat polluted by obsessives who can't stop thinking about Rangers. You're best leaving them to it and laughing at them. Some of them are hilariously mental. You'd think they would have enough to consider with their own club embroiled in dodgy land deals, dodgy loan rates, thug fans shaming Scotland in Amsterdam, players being charged with indecency and sexual attacks and displaying banners that offend wherever they go in Scotland and Europe. But, alas the continued existence of Rangers is what has them foaming at the mouth the most... they know Rangers are on the way back and it terrifies them. Anyway, good first post and try not to get involved in debating the rumours and lies they post. Most come from poisonous blogs (which seem to be one the wane in numbers) and have no basis in truth. Good luck to all fans and investors.
I agree there will be changes to
the board on the 19th will create a feel good factor amongst the gullible hoards - always remember what we are watching is a pantomime - nothing is what it seems - all smoke and mirrors Who will be taking advantage of the cheap shares that will be on offer - certainly won't be the gullible peepil Can any fan give us an idea of how you think Laxley will extract shareholder value?
Sorry to contradict you BlueOrder but it's not JUST Celtic fans or those of the 'timmy' persuasion (to quote various sources) who are enjoying The Rangers' predicament. The Rangers' fans just can't accept it. No one likes them and they are bealing. There's a great deal of sense in your post concerning trimming costs at the club, as usual the suits get their snouts in the trough first. The AGM will be excellent entertainment. Yes, The Rangers are rising but I would expect nothing less with the second most expensive squad in the country playing against part timers. My opinion on the shares is that they will fall more but small shareholders should now sit tight and hope for a recovery over the next few months. Which may happen, unless the company goes for administration of course.
Accusations of childish sneers, whilst childishly sneering about Celtic fans spending money in a boozer. You lot don't half queue up to embarrass yourselves. Secondly, you mention the board of the new club in quite a harsh tone although they are not behaving any worse to the board of the old club. The board of the old club never put their hand in their pocket, overspent by using other peoples money, whilst the deciding not to pay any of the bills. The rangers men you talk about filled their own pockets either with EBT payments or high salaries. Walter was on £1.8m per year for goodness sake. Until you guys remove your head from the sand and start taking responsibility, then you will have challenges incoming from left, right and centre. Do you not see it was Rangers men that killed the old club, yet you seem to think they will make a success of the new entity? I'd like to understand your logic for that one.
There is going to be an almighty row at Ibrox on the 19th. (AGM) The current board will be brought to their knees and replaced with genuine football orientated businessmen. The club has been robbed blind for far too long now by sharks out to make a fast buck. When this transitional period is done it will take time for the dust to settle. There are those who are unwilling to put their hand into their pockets while those chancers at the helm remain there. The club and its assets will remain intact. It is going to be a struggle for a while and real budgeting will prevail, something the current board aren't interested in doing. The players we have at the moment are sufficient for a few years but wages and numbers need to be monitored. Some players need to go, wages need to be capped for ALL employees. I cant believe the amount of money those board room staff are getting. Coisty needs to hang his head in shame and give the money back. It wont be long till Terry Butcher is manager.Fans will be disgruntled by this but if the club is going to continue on the pitch then the company needs to get its finger out and behave like a potential profitable organisation. I fear as things stand we cant afford the players we have. Our team is far too strong for Division one anyway. I notice on this forum a surprisingly large number of Celtic fans some of which have a good knowledge of stocks and shares with valid points. Unfortunately there are those who are only interested in trying to rattle people who know the organisation is struggling and are intent on stating the obvious. Rangers are rising and none of them like it.There is a Celtic forum at the click of a button. Their affairs are there. Maybe they arent interested. Half of the obvious Celtic fans on here are never on their own site. I've been watching intently for weeks now. Their money probably goes on the boozer and bookies then straight back onto this site for another childish snipe.
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