Stevie G

Gazb1962

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Is the man to take us to 55, the man to stop the 9.5 in a row, and the man to lead us into the Champions League.

He’s an icon in the game, known worldwide and respected by most.

Best thing of all is he’s our icon.

It’s a marathon not a sprint but he will get us over the line if we all back him.
 

Der Hammer1

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Totally agree, only wish we could have got him a year or 2 before
agree mate but he wouldn't have been ready. Don't think he was ready in first year but there's a reason he was so successful and it wasn't just his talent. His hardwork, determination and sheer desire to win meant he was always going to figure out how to manage a club of our size, we just needed a bit of patience which is unfathomable for some of our supporters
 
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ao2

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I still can't believe all the doubters who come on here wanting him sacked every time we have a poor result. If you can't see the progress we've made at home, in Europe, in the backroom, and behind the scenes you're either thick or blind


All of them were strangely absent yesterday mate. When you think it's just over 2 years ago they were taking 4 and 5 off us and we were losing to a team from Luxembourg and yet some still want to rip up all the good work and start over again every time we drop any points (though they never say who they want in strangely). We have made huge strides in just a short space of time and things are looking good.
 

Gazb1962

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Steady lads, he’s doing incredibly well this season (so far).

We are into his 3rd season and he’s still to lift any silverware, which is what every Rangers manager should be judged on.

Judge him at the end of the season, not in October.
We’re not judging him as such because he has already brought us on a ton from what he inherited at the start.

He hasn’t won a trophy as yet but he will and a lot more if we are patient.

He has raised our profile in Europe ten fold and brought millions of pounds to the club.

He has turned the tide of the severe pastings we were getting from Celtic regularly to us beating them comfortably and in their own midden twice in a row, not many of our managers have done that.

So if you are not convinced he’s the right man for the job that’s up to you but the SG Express was coming for a journey not just one stop.
 

ThePizzaCat

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We’re not judging him as such because he has already brought us on a ton from what he inherited at the start.

He hasn’t won a trophy as yet but he will and a lot more if we are patient.

He has raised our profile in Europe ten fold and brought millions of pounds to the club.

He has turned the tide of the severe pastings we were getting from Celtic regularly to us beating them comfortably and in their own midden twice in a row, not many of our managers have done that.

So if you are not convinced he’s the right man for the job that’s up to you but the SG Express was coming for a journey not just one stop.
Absolutely this. He has done a fantastic job.

Choo Choo!
 

Jase

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Just imagine where we might be to day if we coulda got Stevie instead at the time we got Pedro. Spent 229 days setting us back about three years.
 

AdiGaz

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what an achievement it would be. At this moment in time, even if money was no option stevie G was would still be the man id have in charge. He knows what Rangers is about
 

bluestreak

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Steady lads, he’s doing incredibly well this season (so far).

We are into his 3rd season and he’s still to lift any silverware, which is what every Rangers manager should be judged on.

Judge him at the end of the season, not in October.
Many times I’ve said on this forum he deserves 5 years after which we will be invincible in Scotland and competing with the best in Europe,hope it happens in Scotland this year,but we should not be looking for his head if he has a blank season
 

RFCStu

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We’re not judging him as such because he has already brought us on a ton from what he inherited at the start.

He hasn’t won a trophy as yet but he will and a lot more if we are patient.

He has raised our profile in Europe ten fold and brought millions of pounds to the club.

He has turned the tide of the severe pastings we were getting from Celtic regularly to us beating them comfortably and in their own midden twice in a row, not many of our managers have done that.

So if you are not convinced he’s the right man for the job that’s up to you but the SG Express was coming for a journey not just one stop.

Brilliant post!!
 

Ianferguson

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Is the man to take us to 55, the man to stop the 9.5 in a row, and the man to lead us into the Champions League.

He’s an icon in the game, known worldwide and respected by most.

Best thing of all is he’s our icon.

It’s a marathon not a sprint but he will get us over the line if we all back him.
It's 5.5 in a row, we were not in the two horse race for the first four.
 

artificialintoleranz

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Steady lads, he’s doing incredibly well this season (so far).

We are into his 3rd season and he’s still to lift any silverware, which is what every Rangers manager should be judged on.

Judge him at the end of the season, not in October.
Every word of that is true, yet it is still a lot of shite.

We were an absolute basket case, a complete and total rebuild was required.

That could maybe, massive maybe btw, have been done in two seasons if we had a 40 million budget (make your own number up), but we didn't.

It was always a 3 to 5 year plan that was required along with the understanding and patience of the support.

We are on track, still not there yet but on track. Progress has been made and the foundations look to be solid and holding.

Our lust for silverware could see us with the fastest and bestest revolving door ever seen in football if we are not careful.

Lets show some patience and bring it home with SG and his team at the helm.
 

watp85

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This was our team on the one of the last league games against them before he became manager. (Maybe the last one).

We got beat 5 nil.




Things have certainly improved.

We got utterly spanked that day. Could have easily been doubled figures without the keeper having a blinder.

What a turnaround.

Let's hammer the dross and we'll win the league before the split.
 

Bluebearjim

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This was our team on the one of the last league games against them before he became manager. (Maybe the last one).

We got beat 5 nil.




Things have certainly improved.
Wow...I would still have Candeias. Him instead of Barker yesterday would have been excellent.
 

ChirryRFC

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People moaning about him having 3 years and no silverware, he inherited an absolute mess of a squad that needed more than one transfer window to be rectified, and Lurch denied us last year lets be honest. We now have a squad that has no excuses this season, if he doesn't win us a trophy this year then he should be questioned but you can see the improvements. There are minor blips along the way but i'm confident now we have good squad depth that those results will be minimal
 

punk

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Steady lads, he’s doing incredibly well this season (so far).

We are into his 3rd season and he’s still to lift any silverware, which is what every Rangers manager should be judged on.

Judge him at the end of the season, not in October.
Love the man but lets win our next league game and then the next and so on, then they bastards will crack
 

Boabmeister

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We’re not judging him as such because he has already brought us on a ton from what he inherited at the start.

He hasn’t won a trophy as yet but he will and a lot more if we are patient.

He has raised our profile in Europe ten fold and brought millions of pounds to the club.

He has turned the tide of the severe pastings we were getting from Celtic regularly to us beating them comfortably and in their own midden twice in a row, not many of our managers have done that.

So if you are not convinced he’s the right man for the job that’s up to you but the SG Express was coming for a journey not just one stop.
Great post mate .

Even if you’re not a fan or not sure , Stevie G has financed his tenure with his European heroics .
 

Kinbo

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I was very skeptical about his appointment but by and large he has taken the club forward.

We went from being repeatedly humiliated by them bastards and other lesser clubs
to a team that’s beaten Porto , Feyenoord, Galatasaray etc.

Are we where we want to be? No, but a club like ours will never be content with anything less than best.

We have a team who showed that they have “it” when it comes to the big games and has a swagger and attitude about it which all big teams have.

Gerrard isn’t a Rangers man, so what. He’s a professional doing a great job for Rangers and that’s all that matters.
 

bornabluenose

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There was a case for not allowing the hype surrounding Steven Gerrard the player to cloud the vision of him as a manager.

For me he had to prove he has what it takes, it's now beginning to look like he has.
 
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Grange

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I still can't believe all the doubters who come on here wanting him sacked every time we have a poor result. If you can't see the progress we've made at home, in Europe, in the backroom, and behind the scenes you're either thick or blind
Or a tarrier.
 

Gazza 8

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All of them were strangely absent yesterday mate. When you think it's just over 2 years ago they were taking 4 and 5 off us and we were losing to a team from Luxembourg and yet some still want to rip up all the good work and start over again every time we drop any points (though they never say who they want in strangely). We have made huge strides in just a short space of time and things are looking good.
I've been very critical of the manager in the past as he's made a lot of mistakes and in my opinion cost us points in certain games.

Yesyerday, in my opinion, was his finest performance as manager.. tactically we were near enough perfect.

Long may the improvement this season continue.
 

Timardim

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We’re not judging him as such because he has already brought us on a ton from what he inherited at the start.

He hasn’t won a trophy as yet but he will and a lot more if we are patient.

He has raised our profile in Europe ten fold and brought millions of pounds to the club.

He has turned the tide of the severe pastings we were getting from Celtic regularly to us beating them comfortably and in their own midden twice in a row, not many of our managers have done that.

So if you are not convinced he’s the right man for the job that’s up to you but the SG Express was coming for a journey not just one stop.

some bears forget just how poor we were and how far behind the paedo we had dropped. Make no mistake we were under attack as well from all sorts of non Rangers people and organisations and still are to this day . In the short period Stevie G has been here I think the progress of our club has been fantastic under his management domestically and Europe and I hope he stays with us for a very long time. WATP
 

AdamB

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In Connor Goldson's post match interview he go on to say that defensive performance has been two years plus in the making , working on it training every week . The progression the club and team have made since Gerrard has come in has been massive. The trophies will come in time .
 
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