Thank you NHS from everyone at Rangers Football Club

Arkansasgerstill

Well-Known Member
The right message, at the right time. I love our club and I live for Rangers games, but football just doesn't matter right now. Thanks to everyone on the front lines all over the world and at home for putting yourselves in danger every day.
 

Duffy1983

Active Member
Good to see. Get the message out there. It’s vital society plays its part in protecting the NHS from being overwhelmed.
 

L&D RSC

Member
For the first time in my life I felt emotional walking into a shop this morning (as weird as that sounds)

Just finished nightshift, and took advantage of Morrisons NHS hour of 7am - 8am as I am shopping for my own household aswell as my mum and aunts houses just now.

Walking through the side door that was opened for us, staff were standing thanking us and handing out boxes of sweets with thank you messages on them. As I say, I actually felt myself getting stupidly emotional. :oops:

Kept saying, I am only doing my job ffs, like the people standing saying thanks and handing out the gifts are.

But with regards the thread, a really nice touch from Rangers, but too be expected.
 

Elaine

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They should invite all Nhs season ticket holders to Ibrox hospitality.. I wouldn’t be suggesting for myself ahem.
 

thelangloyal

Well-Known Member
For the first time in my life I felt emotional walking into a shop this morning (as weird as that sounds)

Just finished nightshift, and took advantage of Morrisons NHS hour of 7am - 8am as I am shopping for my own household aswell as my mum and aunts houses just now.

Walking through the side door that was opened for us, staff were standing thanking us and handing out boxes of sweets with thank you messages on them. As I say, I actually felt myself getting stupidly emotional. :oops:

Kept saying, I am only doing my job ffs, like the people standing saying thanks and handing out the gifts are.

But with regards the thread, a really nice touch from Rangers, but too be expected.
Can I just thank you as well for all your hard work.
 
For the first time in my life I felt emotional walking into a shop this morning (as weird as that sounds)

Just finished nightshift, and took advantage of Morrisons NHS hour of 7am - 8am as I am shopping for my own household aswell as my mum and aunts houses just now.

Walking through the side door that was opened for us, staff were standing thanking us and handing out boxes of sweets with thank you messages on them. As I say, I actually felt myself getting stupidly emotional. :oops:

Kept saying, I am only doing my job ffs, like the people standing saying thanks and handing out the gifts are.

But with regards the thread, a really nice touch from Rangers, but too be expected.
You're maybe just doing your job mate but without everyone in the NHS this virus has the potential to cause untold damage in this country, a big thank you to you and your colleagues
 

Amadaeus

Well-Known Member
Nothing but respect for all the staff and also the 405,000 people who came forward to help out. The retired doctors and nurses who've done their bit but came back for more. Only in GB.

The Union works.
 

Moreloslaces

Well-Known Member
Im back at the hospital tomorrow for my first shift in a few days. Single parent so had my children, now gone to mums so i can get out to work. Mums is NHS too so if we both get it the kids will get it for sure and that scares me to death.

Nice touch from the club.
 
Well done our club nice touch and I am sure it is appreciated amongst the NHS staff.

I think once we get through this, and god only knows how bad it will be over the next 3 weeks, that the NHS should be collectively given the George Medal for public service, similar to what Malta was given for defiance during the war.
 

GTM

Well-Known Member
For the first time in my life I felt emotional walking into a shop this morning (as weird as that sounds)

Just finished nightshift, and took advantage of Morrisons NHS hour of 7am - 8am as I am shopping for my own household aswell as my mum and aunts houses just now.

Walking through the side door that was opened for us, staff were standing thanking us and handing out boxes of sweets with thank you messages on them. As I say, I actually felt myself getting stupidly emotional. :oops:

Kept saying, I am only doing my job ffs, like the people standing saying thanks and handing out the gifts are.

But with regards the thread, a really nice touch from Rangers, but too be expected.
Don’t be modest mate. You’re a credit to us, to yourself and your family. NHS are the envy of the world in times like this. Thank you for all you are doing for so many people. Also, I hope I never need you...
 

willg89

Active Member
Nothing but respect for all the staff and also the 405,000 people who came forward to help out. The retired doctors and nurses who've done their bit but came back for more. Only in GB.

The Union works.
Hear hear.


The NHS is truly living proof of what we can achieve together, its very genesis a reminder of our shared suffering in the second world war and a case against separatism to which the nats will never have a proper answer. :)
 
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