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The central thrust of their article is that we are all wrong when we point to signs that the club might be about to circle the drain.In defence of that view they offer up “evidence.” That evidence amounts to tens of millions of chits owed to their shareholders and “no external debt.” They talk about turning down offers for players. Let me remind them of a couple of things; in 2012, Rangers turned down offers of players.associated with Floc de offers you the best available platform for international coverage, by providing advertising solutions and other services such as an online 'shop front' (where you can display and sell your products) it has the power to put you in touch with an unlimited customer base.A list of the best Rangers football fans forums from around the world. Vote for an existing item you think should be ranked higher or if you are a logged in, add a new item for others to vote on or create your own version of this list.Rangers are said to be monitoring Burnley midfielder Scott Arfield, Ladbrokes have agreed a new sponsorship deal with the SPFL, and Scott Brown says he'll assess his international future on a monthly basis.READ MORE - Where every Scottish Premiership club may look to strengthen in January.Rangers Chat is what the fans make of it, if they don't like what's said they should get involved and help build it to something they are happy with.
Driving from home in Edinburgh to what used to be called Murray Park but is now more routinely known as the Rangers training centre, he was gladdened to find not much else has changed.Varied chat on wide daily Rangers topics with two main hosts and guest of the best Rangers sites I have come across. You can also go into the site lobby and chat to fellow Rangers minded people without the interruption of them from the East causing trouble. Absolutely FIRST CLASS show run by people who care for their club, culture and do it respectfully, intelligently and with a great deal of humor.Beats listening to Radio Snyde any day of the week and it is live. After an hour listening it is as if you are having a good chat with lifelong friends. I particularly like the diversity on the call in show - recipes, personal problem advice, wildlife (beavers), latest headgear protection (purple helmets) are all a welcome relief from the poor football on display and the board room squabbles.For me it's a good platform for debating all things Rangers, for gaining a little knowledge of goings on both at the club and politically and for being able to listen to good Rangers fans views.The show hasn't been without controversy in it's short existence but as I said before, the show is what the fans make of it and the show is a world away from what it was then.