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longmover
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Watching the final last night and was quite shocked at how bad the standard of football was (from both teams but in particular Rangers), yes you could put it down to it being a final but even after 15mins Rangers looked like a league one side. I pretty sure the top seven in league one could deal with anything in the Scottish prem.
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Shade
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Neither side are used to that kind of occasion, or playing in that kind of heat, and it showed. Rangers were the stronger side as the game went on but yes it was very short on quality all round. Lots of players desperate not to lose, rather than desperate to try and win it, it seemed.
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longmover wrote: 19 May 2022, 08:52 Watching the final last night and was quite shocked at how bad the standard of football was (from both teams but in particular Rangers), yes you could put it down to it being a final but even after 15mins Rangers looked like a league one side. I pretty sure the top seven in league one could deal with anything in the Scottish prem.
Spot on.
Andrew GCAFC Fan
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Watching the Final, the support for Rangers in the Stadium was fantastic. Also having the supporters outside the Stadium, not having tickets, watching the game on Big Screens.
Would have been great if West Ham United had got to the Final. David Moyes working wonders at the London Club.
My other Team is Arsenal. Wanted Rangers to Win for Giovanni Van Bronkhurst and Aaron Ramsey. Felt sorry for Ramsey at the end.
SHANDY VOR
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In a week when the behaviour of spectators has once again come under the spotlight, Rangers fans deserve a lot of credit for behaving with great dignity in massive numbers, in the face of a very disappointing defeat.
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longmover
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SHANDY VOR wrote: 22 May 2022, 09:17 In a week when the behaviour of spectators has once again come under the spotlight, Rangers fans deserve a lot of credit for behaving with great dignity in massive numbers, in the face of a very disappointing defeat.
yeah, well done rangers fans for behaving as you should, this is where we are :roll:
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longmover wrote: 23 May 2022, 08:51
SHANDY VOR wrote: 22 May 2022, 09:17 In a week when the behaviour of spectators has once again come under the spotlight, Rangers fans deserve a lot of credit for behaving with great dignity in massive numbers, in the face of a very disappointing defeat.
yeah, well done rangers fans for behaving as you should, this is where we are :roll:
Yeah. Surely praise and credit giving should be for when fans go above and beyond to do something good, rather than for baseline bare minimum human behaviour.
SHANDY VOR
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longmover wrote: 23 May 2022, 08:51
SHANDY VOR wrote: 22 May 2022, 09:17 In a week when the behaviour of spectators has once again come under the spotlight, Rangers fans deserve a lot of credit for behaving with great dignity in massive numbers, in the face of a very disappointing defeat.
yeah, well done rangers fans for behaving as you should, this is where we are :roll:
Yes, agreed. Sadly, this is where we currently are
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