Showing posts with label Scott Brown. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Scott Brown. Show all posts

Sunday, 24 September 2017

10 things we learned against Celtic


So now that the dust has settled on yesterday’s (latest) Old Firm defeat, it is time for your good old friends at Ibrox Noise to bring you an assessment of what we reckoned we learned from the 90 minutes in Govan. What follows is what we feel we can take from the loss, both good and bad.

Friday, 16 September 2016

An open letter to Joey Barton

Article by Cameron Willis

Firstly, I believe stuffing Ross County tomorrow without you in the team would be a welcome dent to your apparently ever-inflating egotism – not that it will necessarily happen. The stuffing or the ego dent. This is about Rangers and not Joey Barton, maybe tomorrow will be symbolic of that. Or maybe the holes in our squad might just show again. Time will tell, but at least I’ll be there.

Secondly, you’re welcome to come and fight for Glasgow Rangers Joey, but you pale into insignificance when it comes to the club. Mouthing off to the manager and then running to the press just about gives the measure of you. You’re not giving your heartfelt opinion on things, you’re stamping your deluded sense of authority on them. You're not bigger than Glasgow Rangers, you’re not bigger than Mark Warburton, you're not bigger than the Old Firm & you're not bigger than the SPL. You’re not bigger than anyone.

Wednesday, 3 August 2016

Newswrap analysis: seven days at Ibrox

Article by Richard Fillingham

The chances of Rangers winning the league.

Celtic are the overwhelming 1/4 on favourites to finish in top place this season, because they have on paper, a far superior and larger squad than Rangers. The other reason put forward by most football pundits and the seldom wrong bookmakers, is the fact that Celtic have much more money than we do. If they are trailing Rangers in the Premiership during the January transfer market, then they can afford to bring in two or three better players to turn things around for them.

Verdict: - If we sign a tall, experienced, quality centre half, with a good reputation, then we will come so close to winning the league, or possibly even nicking it.

Tuesday, 24 May 2016

Joey Barton & Brendan Rodgers; let the games begin


In the past 24 hours we have seen Rangers confirm the signing of the biggest name we have since Croatia’s Nikica Jelavic, and maybe even further back, while over at the East End Celtic confirmed ex-Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers as their new coach.

Whatever fans of both teams think of the other side, and my goodness have we not heard an opinion or two one way or another, you have to admit it has made next season’s Premiership the most interesting in many years.

And by many years, I even include pre-admin Rangers.