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  1. When Life Gives You Lemons...

    Loving this @mcandrew003 keep up the good work!
  2. Top Football Manager Cup

    Great idea, I'm in.
  3. Rangers and Kilmarnock are joint top of the Scottish Premier League after 6 games. Both sides are on 14 points, Hearts are just behind on 11 points and Inverness on 10 points. Brendan Rodgers Celtic side are struggling down in 10th on 5 points, just ahead of Patrick Thistle on 4 points and rock bottom Hamilton on 1 point. Can Rangers go all the way and lift their 55th Scottish Premier League title?
  4. Saturday 10th September 2016 Celtic vs RANGERS Rangers travelled the short distance to Celtic Park for the first time since 2012. Both sets of fans turned out in numbers, wearing the colours of their teams. The atmosphere was outstanding, the Old Firm was back, and it's better than ever! Rangers set out an attacking side, handing a debut to 21 year old English forward Joe Dodoo. Leading the line was on loan striker Chuba Akpom, the Arsenal striker had bagged 11 goals already before this game. The first half was tense, both sides were making mistakes across the pitch and neither domination possession. It wasn't until the final moment of the first half when Mikael Lustig misjudged a pass and let Chuba Akpom in behind, he neatly rounded the keeper and slotted the ball into an empty net, advantage Rangers. Celtic came quickly out of the blocks in the second half, pushing the Rangers team back and forcing a corner. The corner found an unmarked Kolo Toure who rifled the ball past West Foderingham in the Rangers goal, game on! The game then turned in the 64th minute when Mikael Lustig was shown a straight red after a two footed challenge on Rangers Jon Toral, this produced a mass brawl between the two sides. Rangers then had the upper hand in the tie, pushing players forward and dictating the tempo of the game. Barrie McKay came on for the young Joe Dodoo, and quickly got into the game. The fresh legs of McKay proved vital when he dodged two tackles to hit and low fizzing ball past Celtics Dorus de Vries. Rangers shocked everyone with there performance today showing they can match Celtic in vital areas. Brendan Rodgers told BBC Sport: "The referee cost us the game today with his decision, I believe we were the better side. Our players showed character and should have seen out this game. Rangers Walter Smith told BBC Sport: "We beat them in the key areas. They couldn't handle our young, hungry players and that was the turning point of the game".
  5. OLD FIRM BUILD UP Rangers play fierce rivals Celtic on Saturday 10th September 2016 for the first time in the league since April 2012. In their last meeting at Celtic Park, Rangers lost the game 3-0. The club have only met twice since that last league game, once in the League Cup and again in last years Scottish Cup Semi-final thriller. Walter Smith spoke to Sky Sports News ahead of Saturdays huge game: Reporter: Saturday sees Rangers play at Celtic Park for the first time since 2012. How do you prepare for such a big game like this? Walter Smith: We simply have to put the work in on the training pitch, we have to match Celtic both tactically and aggressively. The lads are really up for this game and we have to go out there and prove we can match Celtic this season. Reporter: Brendan Rodgers says that Celtic are too strong for any team in Scotland, what are your thoughts on his comments? Walter Smith: They have some good players, many of them can cause any team problems. Brendan has a reputation that can lure in these types of players. I strongly believe that we can challenge Celtic this season and Saturdays match will prove this. Reporter: There has been much speculation in the media that the Rangers squad is to young and inexperienced to handle the likes of Celtic. How do you motivate your players for this match? Walter Smith: In these types of games players are already motivated. Even the lads that are making their Old Firm debuts know about the fixture and have gained the knowledge from just living here for two months. My team may be young but they are certainly up for the challenge. Reporter: You seem confident about your teams chances this season, where do you see your Rangers side finishing this season? Walter Smith: Why wouldn't I be confident, I have some great players! I see us challenging for the title and nothing else. We have a tradition for winning and thats the Rangers way, we will settle for nothing else.
  6. Exclusive Interview with the Player of the Month Harry Forrester RangersTV: Harry, congratulations on being Rangers Player of the Month. How do you feel your recent performances have gone? Harry Forrester: I'm improving every single game and really enjoying my football at the moment. I'm being played in my favourite position, where I believe I can make a bigger impact on matches. RangersTV: What impact has Walter Smith had on the current playing squad since being appointed this summer? Harry Forrester: Walter has come in and changed everything around the club, and it's really lifted a lot of the players. He's knows this club back to front and it really shows in his approach. RangersTV: What's the biggest change that Walter Smith has made to impact your development as a player? Harry Forrester: It has to be bringing in Ronald De Boer. He's one of my biggest footballing icons and he's great at spending time, one on one with players on the training ground. I can see my self improving a lot under his coaching. RangersTV: Walter has brought in a few players this summer. Who do you see having the biggest say on Rangers season? Harry Forrester: It's between Chuba Akpom and Emerson Hyndman. Chuba has bagged 11 goals for us the season already and I can see him being stopped. Emerson is so good creatively, he's so confident on the ball and provides us forwards with the chances in front of goal. RangersTV: Next up is the first Old Firm game of the season. What are you feelings like ahead of such a big game? Harry Forrester: I look forward to these games as much as any other game. I thrive on pressure and that's where my best performance come. We are well prepared and ready for the fight. RangersTV: Can we get a score prediction for the game? Harry Forrester: I don't do predictions but I sense it will be a close game. We are in form so anything can happen.
  7. I believe that they can. Here is a screenshot of my Forrester, compare him with yours and let me know if there any differences? I'm currently playing him wide left set as a winger.
  8. @mcandrew003 we are currently 2nd, next match is against Celtic!! added 0 minutes later Thank you @BatiGoal I really appreciate it 👍🏻
  9. AUGUST UPDATE Rangers are unbeaten in the league so far this season. The Gers should have beaten Kilmarnock however a mistake by Danny Wilson in the 90th minute, gifted them a share of the points. Harry Forrester is Rangers player of the month. The English midfielder has been excellent so far pitching in with 6 goals and 4 assists. Chuba Akpom is leading the way with 11 goals so far the season, closely followed by Harry Forrester and Emerson Hyndman. Barrie McKay has provided the most assists so far this season with 8, followed by Harry Forrester and again Emerson Hyndman.
  10. The Next Ronaldo?

    That has to be Ronaldo. How has he not been capped though?
  11. fmm 97/98 season

    Great idea that I'm sure would be very popular. I'm happy to help in anyway 👍🏻
  12. Saturday 6th August 2016 RANGERS vs Hamilton Rangers hosted Hamilton in the first match of the 2016/17 Scottish Premiership season. Ibrox was out in force to cheer on Walter Smith's side. The match was dominated by Rangers, who controlled the midfield with ease. Rangers however could not finish their changes today, having a total of 16 shots, with 3 on target. Attacking midfielder Harry Forrester picked up the man of the match award, having created many of the chances in today's game.
  13. \ Rangers chairman Dave King will attend the clubs first game of the season against Hamilton. King has come under criticism from the clubs fans for not attending home games. King, who lives in South Africa told TalkSport: "There has been an issue with me not attending home games. I have a team who look after the club, which ensures I can stay in South Africa. Unless the club relocate, I will continue to watch matches on RangersTV". "I am out here to meet with Walter and his backroom team, we will talk about what is expected of them this season. I will then by flying home on Sunday afternoon".
  14. It's very difficult with the budget over the first two seasons. Loan signings is definitely the way to go, Quitonog turns into a very good player too. Performing in Europe is where your budget will increase, but you may have to sell a few players after the first season if you want a small amount to play with. added 0 minutes later Thank you I really appreciate it 👍🏻
  15. BETFRED CUP/ PRE-SEASON UPDATE Rangers opponents in Group A of the Betfred Cup were Dundee, Albion Rovers, Elgin City and Berwick Rangers. Walter Smith voiced concerns over the early competitive fixtures, stating it is not the ideal way to prepare for the season ahead. Saturday 16th July 2016 Dundee vs RANGERS Dundee tested the side in the opening game of the Betfred Cup. Dundee had a goal disallowed in the first half. Barrie McKay opened the scoring for Rangers in the 72nd minute with Craig Wighton equalising in the 90th minute. Due to new rules, following a draw, the match ends with a penalty shootout with the winning team earning a bonus point. Rangers scored all three of their spot kicks with Wes Foderingham saving all three of Dundee's, earning Rangers the first bonus point in Betfred Cup history. Saturday 23rd July 2016 RANGERS vs Berwick Rangers Ibrox welcomed back the legendary Walter Smith in their Betfred Cup fixture against Berwick Rangers. The Premiership side, much changed from the Dundee game, were far too strong for Berwick. Rangers hit six with a hat trick from debutant Chuba Akpom. Wednesday 27th July 2016 Elgin City vs RANGERS Rangers came up against Elgin City in Group A of the Betfred Cup. Again, Rangers were too strong for the opposition putting 6 past the opposition. Harry Forrester started his first game for Walter Smith and rewarded his boss with 4 goals. Jon Toral also scored his first goal for the club. Saturday 30th July 2016 RANGERS vs Albion Rovers Rangers hosted Albion Rovers in the final game of the Betfred Cup group stage. Rovers were not match for the dominant Rangers side, with the away side only having one shot all game. The Ibrox club won the game 3-0 with goals coming from Jason Holt and on loan striker Chuba Akpom Second Round Draw Rangers have been drawn against Falkirk in the second round of the Betfred Cup, the tie will be played on Tuesday 9th August 2016.