Jump to content
Note to existing users - password reset is required Read more... ×

Barclaybred

Members
  • Content Count

    870
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

0 Neutral
  1. Barclaybred

    Cold Light of Day

    [quote user="TIL 1010"]Trawling up a thread nearly ten years old...........some people need to get out more. [:$][/quote] Oh the irony, how many posts have you made on here? Lol

    I noticed the posters don''t seem to be on here anymore? And is this when the pink un forum first started?

     

  2. Barclaybred

    CH ..I LOVE YOU,

    Seconded ....now takes us to the next level with the wolf and ? you bring in (perhaps straffen, speedy little winger?)

  3. Barclaybred

    Am I right in thinking...

    "WE STILL PREMIER LEAGUE SAY WE STILL PREMIER"

    :) :) :) Sorry about that, it just hit me again! And the 100 mill and having the best chairman and board and owner and manager AND BEST YOUTH TEAM IN THE WORLD!

  4. Barclaybred

    Maggie: What would be an apt tribute?

    [quote user="ricardo"][quote user="nutty nigel"]

    [quote user="Dr Crafty Canary"]What harm came to Scargill, Nutty? Physically none but he and the NUM were a spent force after. A clear message was sent to the TUC that she was prepared to face up to bullies like Scargill and his ilk and that her government ruled the country not the TUC. God bless her![/quote]

     

    Exactly! Nothing!! So that''s great comfort for those who suffered when she waged war on her own people.

    [/quote]Yes, far better to be like Tony Blair and wage war on the poor bloody Iraqi''s. Only 500k died but never mind ay.[/quote]

    POOR IRAQI''''S!!!

    How many would''ve died had that regime continued?!?!

    Really wish I could give an address out on here,where an ex Iraqi now lives,and let him show you his scars,and the story concerning the persecution and torture he had witnessed!

    What ever led us into Iraq,lies or not, the removal of that man,and regime has saved countless families!!!

  5. Barclaybred

    F.A.O..Players PLEASE CONGA!

    After scoring a goal,if you conga,with the scorer at the front,back to the centre circle,the crowd could join in!

    "De de de de de Da!....De de de de de Da! ....DDah Dah Dah Da! DDah Dah Dah Da!"

    Got idea from elated and exuberant fans in a pub on the outskirts,at the final whistle!"
  6. Barclaybred

    DEC 19 2011 ...DEC 19 2012

    After 17 matches.........Last year 21 pts

                                        This year 25pts :)

    Xfactor winner/song.....Little mix(was gonna put a d instead,but thought it might be censored),with some forgetable rubbish

                                          This year James with a decent voice and a worthy number 1 song(for a change)

    1p5wich.....................Last year  cr#

                                       This year cr#

     

  7. Barclaybred

    WHITTAKER.LOVE EM....After extensive

    Research into various forums going back to pages from 2008 to last year,

    It seems he had a shakey start but steadily got better,though he still had doubters who seemed to be the same posters who never forgave him for that shakey start..

    I particularly like the comments from last year (at bottom)

     

    Player Rater - Rangers 2 - Hearts 2

     

    #1   Canadaready  

    Administrator

     

    Group: Admin Topics: 6,161 Posts: 75,974 Rep:27 Joined: 15-December 06 Gender:Male Location:Canada

    Posted 21 March 2009 - 05:46 PM

    Crap yet again.

    0

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

     

       Googlebot

    register to remove me

     

    Group:Loyal BluenosePosts:1,872Rep:0Joined:14-August 08

     Posted Today, 04:21 PM

     I''m the googlebot, only guests see me. Register to remove me.

     

    0

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

     

    #2   papaguy51  

    Lionel Nessi

     Group: Moderator Topics: 1,650 Posts: 57,142 Rep:378 Joined: 17-December 06 Gender:Male Location:North Lanarkshire

    Posted 21 March 2009 - 05:48 PM

    Is there a ''minus'' option for Boyd?

    0

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

     

    #3   simplythebest  

    Jim Baxter

     Group: True Blue Topics: 236 Posts: 13,934 Rep:173 Joined: 02-August 07 Gender:Male Location:Glasgow

    Posted 21 March 2009 - 05:48 PM

    McGregor - 6Whittaker - 7Daily - 4McCulloch - 4Papac - 6Davis - 6Mendes - 5Ferguson - 5Beasley - 6Lafferty - 6Boyd - 1

    Team selection - 5Tactics - 1Subs - 2

    0

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

     

    #4   Stuart_RFC  

    The cry was No Surrender

     

    Group: True Blue Topics: 245 Posts: 12,685 Rep:3 Joined: 18-January 07 Gender:Male

    Posted 21 March 2009 - 05:49 PM

    Boyd shouldnt be in it, he isn''t a player

     

     

     

     

    #######################################################################################

    How much in total can selling make us this summer?

     

    #1   simplythebestest  

    Andy Goram

     Group: True Blue Topics: 31 Posts: 1,448 Rep:55 Joined: 20-December 08 Gender:Male Location:Glasgow West End

    Posted 29 March 2009 - 06:40 PM

    How much in total can selling players make us this summer? And who would you keep or sell? Then, who would you bring in with it?

    I can imagine something like this being possible

    If we sold this lot for roughly this much;McGregor - 4milBroadfoot - 500kFerguson - 2milMiller - 1.5milNovo - 1milMcCulloch - 500kAdam - 500kHemdani - 500kVelicka - 300kDailly - 0=10.8mil

    We''d still have this very strong starting 11 & 6 or so decent subs

    Alexander

    Whittaker Tonel(1.5mil) Bougherra Papac

    Davis Thomson Mendes Beasley

    Boyd Lafferty

    A very strong defence with whittaker and papac the strong foundation and adding tonel is the cherry on top.Boyd is showing us again what he is about with lafferty at last showing consistancy

    Subs:

    New GK from SPL (500k?)WeirEduAaronFleck

    Misc:

    WilsonEfremShinnie FurmanVelicka

    Promising Youth:WyldeBagci& couple more

    with maybe 4 or 5 million left to spend on a couple of strong players with a couple of decent bosmans after paying 4million back towards debts with a smaller squad size to lower wages also.

    ####################################################

    Since we sold Hutton many people have regarded the right back spot as a major weakness in our team. However it appears that the void left by Hutton is slowly being filled by Steven Whittaker, a player who is growing into the role week in, week out.

    Having been (unfairly) junted from pillar to post by the management team he was finally (albeit through another players misfortune) given a chance to show what he can do in his "preffered" position and he really hasn''t looked back since.

    He attacks with so much more vigour and purpose than Broadfoot does and ultimately it''s helping us get results with his fantastic goal, and excellent through ball to Velicka the other day being testiment to that.

    If I want to be negative I would say that yes, he is a bit weak defensively, but I''m trying to stay positive here so all I will say is that there are plenty of posters on here talking about how we should be making the other team think about how to combat us, and Whittaker certainly does that.

    It''s well known that Broadfoot is liked by our management team, but if he wants his shirt back he is really going to have to work for it as Whittaker has been our best player over the past six weeks.

    Let''s hope it continues.

     

     

     0

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

     

       Googlebot

    register to remove me

     

    Group:Loyal BluenosePosts:1,872Rep:0Joined:14-August 08

     Posted Today, 04:21 PM

     I''m the googlebot, only guests see me. Register to remove me.

     

    0

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

     

    #2   disgruntled_bear  

    Bill Struth

     Group: True Blue Topics: 1,156 Posts: 41,751 Rep:96 Joined: 17-December 06 Gender:Male Location:The Establishment

    Posted 22 April 2009 - 08:40 PM

    I''m just glad Whittaker has had a run of games at RB and he hasn''t disappointed.

    Long may it continue

    0

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

     

    #3   papaguy51  

    Lionel Nessi

     Group: Moderator Topics: 1,650 Posts: 57,142 Rep:378 Joined: 17-December 06 Gender:Male Location:North Lanarkshire

    Posted 22 April 2009 - 08:40 PM

    People looked at the Hibs game and have him pelters for not closing his man down quickly enough for the goal, but they conveniently forgot his absolutely brilliant goal-saving tackle about ten minutes after that.

    In all fairness, Whitty at right-back is something that the fans have been asking for now for such a long time. I think we''ve been proven correct on this one

    0

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

     

    #4   Jadams  

    Bill Struth

     

    Group: Admin Topics: 2,765 Posts: 70,489 Rep:103 Joined: 15-December 06 Gender:Male Location:London

    Posted 22 April 2009 - 09:01 PM

    There are still some flaws defensively, but going forward he is doing really well. Offers us something different, willing to take on a man, growing in confidence each week.

    The last couple of months he''s been excellent, he was our best player for those two disastrous results vs. ICT and Hearts.

    ####################################################################

    Arthur Numan

     Group: Rangers Fan Topics: 9 Posts: 364 Rep:0 Joined: 27-August 07 Gender:Male Location:linwood

    Posted 04 May 2009 - 08:23 PM

    " a bombscare! McGeady will run him ragged   " ? Give me a break. He may not be the best defensively but not even close to those descriptions. He plays with more grit and determination than anyone else on our team and that will do me just fine on Saturday thank you very much. And if he pops up with one of his wonder goals, I will be elated. One of our better and consistant players in the past six weeks. I keep hearing how fast Dailly is but I''ll take Whittaker at right back anyday

    ##############################################################Richard Gough

     Group: True Blue Topics: 43 Posts: 2,102 Rep:0 Joined: 17-December 06

    Posted 04 May 2009 - 08:26 PM

    WTF? Am I the only person who thinks he''s been playing very well recently?

    ############################################################

    Rangers Football Club Season Ticket Holder

     Group: True Blue Topics: 1,237 Posts: 32,569 Rep:104 Joined: 11-March 07 Gender:Male Location:Edinburgh, Scotland

    Posted 04 May 2009 - 08:21 PM

    Hes the best RB we have, attacking and defensively

    #############################################################

    Whittaker Do I hear no faint praise for him?

     

    #1   papaguy51  

    Lionel Nessi

     Group: Moderator Topics: 1,650 Posts: 57,145 Rep:378 Joined: 17-December 06 Gender:Male Location:North Lanarkshire

    Posted 28 February 2010 - 11:21 PM

    For the second game in a row, Wiggy has performed well defensively and offensively against attack-minded teams. What did we think of his performance today?

    0

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

     

       Googlebot

    register to remove me

     

    Group:Loyal BluenosePosts:1,872Rep:0Joined:14-August 08

     Posted Today, 04:21 PM

     I''m the googlebot, only guests see me. Register to remove me.

     

    0

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

     

    #2   Kev  

    Sexiest Male ''04,''07,''08,''09,''11

     Group: Admin Topics: 1,528 Posts: 64,437 Rep:488 Joined: 16-December 06 Gender:Male Location:East Kilbride

    Posted 28 February 2010 - 11:22 PM

    An improvement again, even if he wasn''t a stand out.

    0

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

     

    #3   RoboProd  

    Richard Gough

     Group: True Blue Topics: 248 Posts: 3,180 Rep:117 Joined: 16-November 09 Gender:Male Location:Govan

    Posted 28 February 2010 - 11:22 PM

    Think he plays well at right back when Davis is on the right wing - the pair have a good partnership in that position although I agree that ideally we would have Davis in the middle. 

    0

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

     

    #4   EuanC  

    Banned

     Group: Banned Topics: 123 Posts: 4,962 Rep:0 Joined: 05-February 09 Gender:Male Location:Leven, Fife.

    Posted 28 February 2010 - 11:22 PM

    Was excellent today, as was the whole of the back 4

    0 ###########################################

      gordo7  

    Richard Gough

     Group: True Blue Topics: 1 Posts: 2,816 Rep:0 Joined: 03-August 09 Gender:Male Location:Renfrew

    Posted 26 September 2010 - 02:15 PM

    markybear, on 26 September 2010 - 02:14 PM, said:

     I thought broadfoot really sorted out the defense today when he came on. We where all over the place up until then. Whitty might find he''s given a midfield role on wed if Davis is out

     Seriously???

    0

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

     

    #12   markybear  

    Bear for Life

     Group: True Blue Topics: 224 Posts: 6,813 Rep:91 Joined: 27-May 09 Gender:Male Location:glasgow

    Posted 26 September 2010 - 02:17 PM

    gordo7, on 26 September 2010 - 02:15 PM, said:

     Seriously???

     Deadly serious mate

    0

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

     

    #13   Goianegra  

    ★★★★★

     Group: True Blue Topics: 127 Posts: 10,009 Rep:98 Joined: 28-September 08 Gender:Male Location:Scotland

    Posted 26 September 2010 - 02:22 PM

    Personally, I''d play the both.

    0

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

     

    #14   MasterD  

    Ally McCoist

     Group: True Blue Topics: 23 Posts: 11,284 Rep:113 Joined: 04-July 09 Gender:Male Location:Glasgow

    Posted 26 September 2010 - 02:26 PM

    Broadfoot for me

    0

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

     

    #15   adam2102  

    Terry Butcher

     Group: True Blue Topics: 52 Posts: 4,165 Rep:97 Joined: 29-July 08 Gender:Male Location:Edinburgh

    Posted 26 September 2010 - 02:36 PM

    whittaker. broadfoot has poor judgement and very poor ball skills. at least whittaker can put in a cross. lets just hope to fuck foster tunrs into alan hutton over night 

    0

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

     

    #16   Bazza  

    WATP

     Group: Admin Topics: 934 Posts: 16,378 Rep:15 Joined: 16-December 06 Gender:Male Location:Lockerbie

    Posted 26 September 2010 - 03:03 PM

    Has to be Whittaker if he''s fit. Broadfoot an able deputy but no more.

    #############################################

    ThePeopleWeAre  

    Step Up and Play. 

    Group: True Blue Topics: 38 Posts: 4,692 Rep:116 Joined: 22-May 09 Gender:Male Location:Prestwick, Scotland

    Posted 25 February 2011 - 04:43 PM

    Aye, the over protection of Weir is costing us big time! Bartley did well at centre back so I''d like to see him be given more of a chance. Whittaker is also pish at mo,was looking a 6 mill player recently now seems to be going through the motions with poor clearances to boot.

      Muff  

    Fight & No Surrender

     Group: Rangers Fan Topics: 2,058 Posts: 64,694 Rep:242 Joined: 17-December 06 Gender:Male Location:Under a Union Jack

    Posted 25 February 2011 - 06:30 PM

    Weir is a year older, Whittaker has gone backwards, Bougherra hasn''t been anywhere near as good as he can be. Papac has been p poor. 

    ##########################################

    Steven Whittaker

     

    #1   ScottVirginTadger  

    Davie Cooper

     Group: True Blue Topics: 262 Posts: 8,964 Rep:430 Joined: 18-May 09 Gender:Male Location:Glasgow, Castlemilk

    Posted 20 March 2011 - 06:11 PM

    He has his critics, and more often than not he deserves the stick he gets, but my god, WHAT A PERFORMANCE! At Right back he hardly put a foot wrong, and if it wasn''t for a lucky deflection Ledley wouldn''t have gotten his goal. At Centre Back, he was a rock. We didn''t miss Bougherra when he went off, and Whittaker was even on hand to cover for Edu (who was brilliant going by his recent standards).

    Steven never looked out of place today, not once. Izaguirre? Shite. Commons? Who!? We need to do this more often. The whole team put in a shift, and Davis probably just edged MOTM over Whittaker, but the big man was a mountain today.

    More of the same please!

    0

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

     

       Googlebot

    register to remove me

     

    Group:Loyal BluenosePosts:1,872Rep:0Joined:14-August 08

     Posted Today, 04:21 PM

     I''m the googlebot, only guests see me. Register to remove me.

     

    0

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

     

    #2   Zappa6995  

    Richard Gough

     Group: True Blue Topics: 2 Posts: 1,724 Rep:29 Joined: 28-August 10 Gender:Male Location:Glasgow G52

    Posted 20 March 2011 - 06:15 PM

    Whittaker had a cracking game. We might just have found a new Centre Back

    0

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

     

    #3   Jamie1807  

    It''s the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man.

     Group: Banned Topics: 292 Posts: 31,226 Rep:143 Joined: 01-August 08 Gender:Male Location:Near, far, wherever you are.

    Posted 20 March 2011 - 06:16 PM

    Whittaker was fucking brilliant

    0

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

     

    #4   rfc_no1fan  

    Ally McCoist

     Group: True Blue Topics: 296 Posts: 11,686 Rep:9 Joined: 16-December 06 Gender:Male

    Posted 20 March 2011 - 06:18 PM

    What do you mean he deserves the critisism he gets? He has been one of our best players this season.

    0  

     

  8. Barclaybred

    LAMBERT SS NEWS NOW :):):):)

    If you watch it you will see why he wants to stay!!! ...He said""i absolutely love it here,why would i want to leave? i have a fantastic rapport with the fans and i love it here"

    Sorry to me thats someone who loves it here!!!

    And was just now on talking about Holty saying he is sure holt will stay and it will be resolved.. what sort of glass empty glass smashed sort of person are you?  ;)

  9. Barclaybred

    AND LAMBERT ON NOW ABOUT HOLT :):):)

    saying "Im confident it will be resolved and he will stay i cant see him going anywhere" :):):) Loving today :):):)

  10. Barclaybred

    LAMBERT SS NEWS NOW :):):):)

    From carrow rd today,just said(calmly this time lol) .."Why would i want to leave? I love it here i love the club..I have a fantastic rapport with the fans,and the board..I cant stop speculation but i have never given any indication i wanted to leave"

    :):):) Gonna sleep much better now...just a shame Holty cannot say/show the same love...

  11. Barclaybred

    NIECE IN TEARS!! Thanks HOLT!

    [quote user="BroadstairsR"][quote user="Barclaybred"][quote user="BroadstairsR"]

    "we all know of people worst of than ourselves but it doesn''t mean we don''t have the right to feel p1ssed off about things that matter to us..."

     

     

    Just as I have the right to puke when I feel the need to.

    [/quote]Just as i have the right to know you are a emotionless armchair fan who has never felt yellow and green in your blood[/quote]

     

    How would you know?

    How exactly do you feel yellow and green in the blood?

    [/quote]As you have the right to puke,i have a right to form an opinion about your type of support,based on your comments...and my opinions are further enforced when you ask a question "How do you feel yellow and green in your blood"!!! If you have to ask,you will never know!!!
  12. Barclaybred

    NIECE IN TEARS!! Thanks HOLT!

    [quote user="BroadstairsR"]

    "we all know of people worst of than ourselves but it doesn''t mean we don''t have the right to feel p1ssed off about things that matter to us..."

     

     

     

    Just as I have the right to puke when I feel the need to.

    [/quote]Just as i have the right to know you are a emotionless armchair fan who has never felt yellow and green in your blood
  13. The next domestic match we played we won! ...

    Boyer.. march 76...spurs 3.1

    Reeves.Nov 79....southamton 2.1

    Woods..June 83..cambridge friendly 2.1

    Barham(A squad)83....Luton 1.0

    Eadie(A squad,pulled out due to injury)98..sunderland 2.1

    .....Will check these facts out when i get home,incase supervisor pulling my leg?

     

     

  14. Barclaybred

    BLACKPOOL.8/1/11.BURNLEY 8/1/2010..

    The ponit is,when i knew Blackpool`s position and points tally this time last year,i was initially worried(as they went down),but further examination,i noticed the gap from the bottom 3 to them points wise,was almost half what we have!

    Also the so called hard run in we have...Havent we been to Man utd/Chelsea/Man city/Liverpool already and i would guess some of the teams lower than us still have to go to these places in their run in? .....

    I`m not saying we will stay up,all im saying is we have a good chance! (A spurs mate pointed out blackpool were 7/1 to go down last jan as he had a wagwer on them..we are 15/2.when i chacked last week,and are in a stronger position than they were having 9 pts cushion to their 5 :):):)

  15. Barclaybred

    BLACKPOOL.8/1/11.BURNLEY 8/1/2010..

    Both were well away from bottom 3 at this stage..

    Especially Blackpool,10th with 25pts(following week 28 pts)..

    So this worried me until i checked the pts difference between them and bottom 3...

    Blackpool was only 5 pts and Burnley in jan 2010(who were 14th) was only 2  pts clear of bottom 3...

    So compared to our cushion of 9 pts ,i now feel more confident we could be staying up! :):):)

     

     

     

     

     

×