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Makdee

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  1. Rangers v Feyenoord team RANGERS: McGregor; Tavernier, Goldson, Helander, Barisic; Davis, Jack, Kamara; Ojo, Morelos, Arfield. SUBS: Foderingham, Edmundson, Halliday, Aribo, King, Barker, Defoe.
  2. RANGERS is deeply saddened to announce that former player Fernando Ricksen passed away this morning following his battle with motor neurone disease. Fernando spent six trophy-laden seasons at Ibrox having initially joined a number of other Dutch players under manager Dick Advocaat in the summer of 2000. Signing from AZ Alkmaar, he endured a difficult start to life in Glasgow, but in typical Fernando fashion, he worked hard in the face of adversity to become a mainstay in the side when Alex McLeish took over as manager in December 2001. He played in both the League Cup and Scottish Cup finals of that season, as Gers defeated Ayr United and Celtic respectively to claim a cup double. The following season, he was an outstanding performer as the Light Blues went one better to win the domestic treble with Ricksen again playing in both cup finals. Season 2003/04 was a disappointment for everyone at Rangers, but season 2004/05 was to be another memorable campaign, with Fernando named captain of the side in January 2005 following an injury to Stefan Klos. He was truly wonderful in that campaign, particularly after being handed the armband, and began adding goals to his game, claiming a total of nine in that season, while he was named as Rangers’ Player of the Year and joint-SPFA Player of the Year with John Hartson. In a crucial game at Hearts in the title run-in, he remained calm under intense pressure to net a 94th-minute winner from the penalty spot to keep Gers in the hunt for the big prize. He also scored a terrific free-kick against Motherwell in a 5-1 League Cup final win as he lifted his first trophy as captain, but the main event of the season was still to come. Trailing Celtic by two points going into the final game of the season, a defeat for Martin O’Neill’s side at Motherwell coupled with a win for Gers at Hibs meant McLeish’s men sensationally claimed the title – with Fernando being the man to lift the trophy on one of the most iconic days in the club’s history. Fernando left for Zenit and, in a twist of fate, was an unused substitute for them against Rangers in the 2008 UEFA Cup Final. He left Zenit in 2009 and wound down his career at his first club, Fortuna Sittard until his retirement. In October 2013, he revealed he was suffering from motor neuron disease, and since then, has fought a terrific battle against the condition, raising awareness and funds for the Fernando Ricksen Foundation which aims to help others suffering from the illness. A benefit match was held at Ibrox in January 2015, and attracted over 41,000 fans to Ibrox. It raised £320,000 with the proceeds split between Fernando, his daughter Isabella, MND Scotland and the Rangers Charity Foundation. A member of the Rangers Hall of Fame, he also won 12 caps for his native Holland. The thoughts of everyone at Rangers is today with his wife Veronika, his daughter Isabella and all his family and friends.
  3. Will do heading into Salou tonight
  4. Will do home on Tuesday after two weeks. Got my middle boys wedding in Five weeks and his stag in Hamburg the week after I get back from here. Think my liver is getting worried 😂
  5. Only just been in Salou since early and on some very large G&Ts 😂😂
  6. Team RANGERS: McGregor; Tavernier, Goldson, Katic, Halliday; Davis, Aribo, Arfield; Ojo, Kent, Morelos. SUBS: Foderingham, Helander, Barker, Barisic, King, Kamara, Defoe.
  7. Sorry when the main man behind the site won’t put his name to it then I will take anything said by he/ she / it. With a pinch of salt
  8. Saturday 14th September 2019 Hamilton 12:00 Celtic 2 Aberdeen 15:00 St Johnstone 1 Hearts 15:00 Motherwell x Kilmarnock 15:00 Hibernian x Rangers 15:00 Livingston 1 Ross County 15:00 StMirren 1
  9. Not being confrontational at all but when people start a post with well my first OF game was there’s normally a sting. There’s not much difference and you are right we are better than them and always will be yeah the King Kia goal. I was 11 my dad didn’t know I went he was raging 😂😂
  10. Well my first old firm game was 1966 the Scottish cup replay. So playing who went first is pointless. Yeah they say horrible things but I was brought up to believe we are better than them. It’s all about opinions you have yours I have mine
  11. He will get a slapped wrist but the courts have the powers to vary senescing. What I would like is Him to apologise to Brown and family face to face and to do volunteer work in a terminal cancer unit for a while Sorry that’s shite what he does on the park I hate him for but 99% of the time but this was his sister if he battered him I would have applauded
  12. The guy that was outed was right it wasn’t him and therein lies one of the major problems with social media A wee shit of a 15 year old has been arrested and supposedly charged for it. Though I can’t imagine what the charge would be

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