MOTM Poll Rangers v Celtic - 12:00 Sunday - Sky Sports

Man of the Match

  • Alan McGregor

    Votes: 5 0.4%
  • James Tavenier

    Votes: 2 0.2%
  • Connor Goldson

    Votes: 4 0.4%
  • Jack Simpson

    Votes: 3 0.3%
  • Borna Barasic

    Votes: 11 1.0%
  • Joe Aribo

    Votes: 18 1.6%
  • Steven Davis

    Votes: 213 19.0%
  • Glenn Kamara

    Votes: 6 0.5%
  • Ryan Kent

    Votes: 591 52.7%
  • Alfredo Morelos

    Votes: 24 2.1%
  • Kemar Roofe

    Votes: 229 20.4%
  • Scott Wright

    Votes: 1 0.1%
  • Ianis Hagi

    Votes: 1 0.1%
  • Jermaine Defoe

    Votes: 13 1.2%

  • Total voters
    1,121

JD1872

Well-Known Member
4 brilliant goals today. After watching them multiple times I think Roofe’s first is the pick of the bunch. A moment of improvised genius
 

Raymondgers

Well-Known Member
For me aribo. Danced through them.

Player of the season needs to be now given to callum mcgregor.

1 goal for us this season
Sent off today.

Still a bear behind his cash hahahahaa
 

Der Bomber

Active Member
Brilliant today rangers, I'm so happy for jermaine Defoe scoring, it really made my day. Just love the wee guy. He deserved that big style!! I think he's had more of an influence on this Rangers team than some people may think. God bless the Glasgow rangers, we are the people, no surrender!
 

devilman

Well-Known Member
Finally getting to watch the full game through as I had to work during it yesterday so only caught flashes.

Kent was brilliant as was Morelos and Roofe. I actually thought Simpson looked a very accomplished player as well. Brilliant we've got another solid central defence option.

Utterly baffled to how Simpson got a yellow card because Edouard ran into him but Edouard is one of those protected species of a Celtic player.

Overall I thought we were brilliant yesterday but still didn't even go to full power. I still reckon there are more gear levels to go up.
 

MDM

Well-Known Member
Roofe was very good yesterday. Just hope he keeps fit and gets games under his belt. He could have a massive influence on our success next season.
 

mad4rfcme

Well-Known Member
We were all pretty low after last weeks cup exit but hammering them yesterday, goes a long way to making up. This has been a fantastic season for us, thank you SG and Glasgow Rangers.
I watched the full game 3 times yesterday, went to bed after midnight a happy old bear.
Roll on 15th and see y'all at Ibrox.
 

1Hamburg

Well-Known Member
I remember he scored against us at Ibrox and went the goals to celebrate at the Copland and he got hit in the head with a full carton of coke and ice, he didn't make a big deal out of it and actually held his hand up as if to say my fault no problem, thought a lot of him after that.
I thought the cup was empty and he
went down like he had been shot.

Were they serving drinks with ice-cubes
at the Ibrox Cocktail Bar to take into
the front seats?
 

JMCK

Well-Known Member
This was actually a very good game of football, from both sides, but, ultimately, yet again Rangers proved too strong as a team. Celtic played better than they have done previously, but hard to mention this with any significance because Rangers gave them more freedom in attack. Simpson is underrated on here; I remember Goldson being underrated also in the past, so perhaps that shouldn't matter to anyone. Fans who watch the game carefully will see a player in Simpson; given time, he will be a good player.
 

Alex Venters

Well-Known Member
Gonna finally watch the whole game tonight. I can never really enjoy at the time because of nerves. Been working since 9am yesterday so a few hours kip and it's game on.
Getting the buzz all over again.
 

devilman

Well-Known Member
Watching the highlights again, and will even more. However, how Kennedy and so many other Celtic supporting morons can actually claim McGregor's second yellow was not a yellow is bonkers.
 

BillStruthsGreenhouse

Well-Known Member
I don’t know who to laugh at most today at work. Celtic fans who claim they didn’t watch the game as it was a dead rubber, though they can recount every refereeing decision. Or the ones that turned it off at 3-1 not realising that it finished 4-1 until they saw it later in the media
 

Azzurri

Well-Known Member
I thought the cup was empty and he
went down like he had been shot.

Were they serving drinks with ice-cubes
at the Ibrox Cocktail Bar to take into
the front seats?
Was young at time, don't think the cup was empty, but just seen it again on You Tube and you are right he went down like Lennon at Swine Castle, can just remember him acknowledging the Rangers after it hit him, thought he knew he was being daft but at least he realised that, never got the impression he was a rabid Tim.
 
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