The Jimmy Millar story, happily, was a misunderstanding by the look of things.Aberdeen have little chance of getting anything in this match. For the sake of many on here after St. Mirren, hopefully Rangers score early and not just once.
I see nothing but a home win and a rousing crowd reaction in memory of SWS and JM.
You did. All gone now once it was, eventually, confirmed to be false. Couple of threads pulled. The Jimmy Millar in question was a well-known Chef who had an obituary posted on another Rangers website. No malicious intent, it was posted well before the Walter Smith news and simply caused some confusion and some 2+2=5.I thought I saw a post on here earlier about him !
Well that's a bit of good news on an otherwise sad day.
That crossed my mind as well. The awful fans are one thing but the Aberdeen team, any Aberdeen team, is always highly motivated to take anything from Rangers.It’s going to be tough again tomorrow night and we’re probably playing against a support that has the least respect for us & I only hope that they have the decency to stay silent when required.