Still Considering Skipping Tomorrow?

monkey magic

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I'll be honest, I was planning on heading over to Ibrox tomorrow, but Wednesday just did it for me. The defeat was bad enough, but the silence after being cheated again was worse. I've went home and away through worst times, especially through their 9 in a row of the 70's and how poor we were in the early '80's, but this is different.
 

Boldvale

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Some spoilt wee lassies in our support. Hopefully these tantrums reduce the waiting times for folk waiting on season tickets coming up.
It'll be the characters that tell us we dont own our seats that will be missing.
 

BlueDel

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Told the wife we could do something Saturday after the game on Wednesday.
Need to backtrack now
Haha. I felt the same (watching from Canada). Up until this morning I was undecided but no doubt will watch as per every weekend. Still sick though. I'm not kidding myself on.
 

Ponientebear

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I'll be honest, I was planning on heading over to Ibrox tomorrow, but Wednesday just did it for me. The defeat was bad enough, but the silence after being cheated again was worse. I've went home and away through worst times, especially through their 9 in a row of the 70's and how poor we were in the early '80's, but this is different.
It wasn’t Gerrard’s failure to call out another dirty cheating b’stard on Wednesday is was his comment saying a clear handball wasn’t one and we were clutching at straws, I just can’t get my head around stuff like that.
 

KirkieRanger

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You support your team through thick and thin. Aye, Wednesday was a sore one and I’m still hurting but at no point have I thought about not going on Saturday.

I started going to watch Rangers when John Greig was manager and I was at Ibrox every game, except the boycott season, as we came back up through the divisions. I’ve seen worse Rangers teams and endured worse seasons than this one, so I’m not going to let a defeat to Kilmarnock stop me going to support Rangers.

Anyone who says they aren’t going tomorrow because of Wednesday are nothing but a glory hunter. If you want to be there for the good times, you need to be there for the bad times.
I'm with you all the way I started following Rangers when Scot Symon was manager and you will know that there has been plenty ups and downs since then. The only thing that will stop me going tomorrow is if this bug I have picked up doesn't clear up. Here's hoping it does though.

W.A.T.P.
 

Moses McNeil

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I'm with you all the way I started following Rangers when Scot Symon was manager and you will know that there has been plenty ups and downs since then. The only thing that will stop me going tomorrow is if this bug I have picked up doesn't clear up. Here's hoping it does though.

W.A.T.P.
Here hoping you feel better and can make the game tomorrow.
 

borderbear

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I'll be honest, I was planning on heading over to Ibrox tomorrow, but Wednesday just did it for me. The defeat was bad enough, but the silence after being cheated again was worse. I've went home and away through worst times, especially through their 9 in a row of the 70's and how poor we were in the early '80's, but this is different.
I get that.
We had honest hard working players, through these bad times who weren't quite good enough.
Today we have players who are good enough, but pampered charlatans.
Give me the former any day.
 

punk

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Felt like running away and starting a new life in Brazil or something, after Wednesday. I will be going tomorrow as usual and cant wait
 

Steven D

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Not considering skipping, but there’s not much in the way of enthusiasm.

If my ticket wasn’t there already, I’d be in two minds about saying yes if someone offered me one.
 

Robbie

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Don’t ever miss a Rangers game through choice mate,If you can,go and enjoy the privilege of being a bear,through thick and thin.
Thats what makes us different from the rabble,we don’t choose to be us,we are chosen.
 

Aragorn

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The only thing that will stop me is if the weather turns out to be as atrocious as reported.

I am wondering if a whole lot of matches will be cancelled because of fears for fans safety.
 

Govan_derry

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Last week people were moaning about leaving early now some of the moaners don’t want to turn up at all haha
 

fairfax

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I will be there. my only problem will be the train up from preston. I may get to Ibrox, just might not get home.
 

VMS

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Still fcking raging,was not going to go but going now but I am expecting a massive performance
 

boracay ranger

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Driving back from Kilmarnock on Wednesday night, I said to my boy that, as shite as we feel, at least we are only going back to Edinburgh. I really felt for the guys who had a long drive back to Peterhead. It is some round trip that they do every week, sometimes twice a week. Some commitment in both time and money and the definition of a supporter. We have quite a few similar in our ranks.
 

DocMartens

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Now that a bit more time has passed I was curious as to the consensus on this.

In the immediate aftermath of Wednesday and what it means for our chances of success this season, I saw a lot of people talking about giving the game tomorrow a miss. Through just being sickened, in the main.

Curious as to how many of those feel the same now.

Admittedly I’m struggling for belief re: the title this season. Big time.

But I’ll be there.
Season ticket's in the bin, mate.

Ragin' Loyal
 
Still angry, but I'll go. Knowing our luck we will end up losing the league on goal difference or by a point.

Thoughts are, it can't get any worse. Can it? And curious to see if Gerrard has any tactical tricks up his sleeve. Players need to start relaxing a bit and play without fear. Against Killie there was definitely a fear never mind lack of desire. At times talented players in our team could not bring a ball under control or make a straightforward pass.
 

Treble Kings

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I might swipe in with the guys off the bus and then bugger off to the Urban Hotel, Neptune or The Loudon quickly after.
 
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