The Narrative of being cheated

BrownBrogues

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#1
The Celtic Way. In some way to proclaim that Flanagan not being sent of was the reason for taking nothing from the game is laughable but typical. Always cheated never defeated, raised as victims. Peter Lawwell must love how gullible they are. “Oh so we wurrny shite, the ref cost us the game” gullible delusional bastards. You lost cause you shat it at Ibrox again, you lost cause we have been the best Team in land the last 6 weeks and you have relied upon the generous refereeing injury time minutes and playing until Celtic score. The Referees are firmly in the Celtic run SFA’s pocket to proclaim bias against them cost them anything is nothing more than mental and you need locked up and your hard drive searched.
 

Gene_Okerlund

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#4
They totally dismiss Sumonovic and the other chances such as Bains’s saves from Defoe, Defoe hitting the bar etc. We could have humiliated them further. Same with the other cop out shite excuse of it was a meaningless game hahahahahahahahhahahhahahahhahaha
It's only meaningless because they said so, Their opinion is irrelevant. They know their time is up, The smell of fear is strong.
 

Dr Steve Brule

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#10
There is just no way Rangers can win a game under their own steam, against anyone.

Likewise, the filth cannot lose a game fairly by being beaten by a better team. There are no better teams, they're just constantly cheated out of victory.

All we're missing is Rangers winning the league and it'll be like 1994 all over again. Glory days.
 

BrownBrogues

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#12
The exact same thing happend in December the manager came out saying the best team won etc then for the next few days it was all about the refs decisions and not sending morelos off
That’s what happens when you live in a land of Lawwell PR place men like Spiers, English, Sutton, second largest Shareholder Dennis O’Brien owning the Newspapers, you can easily place the narrative to cover for failure.
 

Prestwick Bear

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#13
Loving their pain.

We have the beating of them all over the park, keeping It simply they fucking shat it as a team on Sunday. We are in the cunts heads and they know we're coming.

9 of us on Sunday would've beat them. :))
 

gersfanal

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#14
The Celtic Way. In some way to proclaim that Flanagan not being sent of was the reason for taking nothing from the game is laughable but typical. Always cheated never defeated, raised as victims. Peter Lawwell must love how gullible they are. “Oh so we wurrny shite, the ref cost us the game” gullible delusional bastards. You lost cause you shat it at Ibrox again, you lost cause we have been the best Team in land the last 6 weeks and you have relied upon the generous refereeing injury time minutes and playing until Celtic score. The Referees are firmly in the Celtic run SFA’s pocket to proclaim bias against them cost them anything is nothing more than mental and you need locked up and your hard drive searched.
Sadly many of our cards this season have been administered following retaliation where in most cases the original perpetrator has got off 'scott' free ! Sunday, 'was it the twelvth' :) , was no different with Broony being elbowed after at least one serious foul ignored !

I agree entirely with your post and it is not just Rangers on the wrong end !
 
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#15
The game meant as much to us as it did to them. 3 points in a league already finished.

With or without Flanagan, the result was never in doubt. The mental block and the fear is not there in this team and we’re exposing Celtic for the average team they are. And we’re only going to get better at it.
 

Superrangers

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#19
The game meant as much to us as it did to them. 3 points in a league already finished.

With or without Flanagan, the result was never in doubt. The mental block and the fear is not there in this team and we’re exposing Celtic for the average team they are. And we’re only going to get better at it.
Arguably it meant more to them with cup final places at stake.
 

bilkobear

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#21
The Celtic Way. In some way to proclaim that Flanagan not being sent of was the reason for taking nothing from the game is laughable but typical. Always cheated never defeated, raised as victims. Peter Lawwell must love how gullible they are. “Oh so we wurrny shite, the ref cost us the game” gullible delusional bastards. You lost cause you shat it at Ibrox again, you lost cause we have been the best Team in land the last 6 weeks and you have relied upon the generous refereeing injury time minutes and playing until Celtic score. The Referees are firmly in the Celtic run SFA’s pocket to proclaim bias against them cost them anything is nothing more than mental and you need locked up and your hard drive searched.
I hope they maintain this narrative.
It is good for us.
Let them believe that they are far superior to us and that the gap is huge.
The more of this the better.
 

RFCStu

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#23
Funny you should mention the Celtic Way, that they cheated the public purse out of fortunes to build. Opening Ceremony, my arse.
You're absolutely right about that. The original prospectus for the games stated that the opening ceremony would be at Hampden. It was shifted to their dump to justify the millions that had been spent in that area.
 

nybear

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#26
they struggle to beat 11 men over 90 minutes,teams who play them struggle to beat 12 men over 100 minutes. they spend the whole game either assaulting other players or on their arse claiming foul and rolling about like a wee girl.
 

Ricksen

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#31
I’ve said this before, put your house on it, from now on every time we beat them or win the league, it’ll be because we cheated.

There is absolutely no way they will allow themselves to believe that Rangers were simply better than them.
 

ibrox1975

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#33
The Celtic Way. In some way to proclaim that Flanagan not being sent of was the reason for taking nothing from the game is laughable but typical. Always cheated never defeated, raised as victims. Peter Lawwell must love how gullible they are. “Oh so we wurrny shite, the ref cost us the game” gullible delusional bastards. You lost cause you shat it at Ibrox again, you lost cause we have been the best Team in land the last 6 weeks and you have relied upon the generous refereeing injury time minutes and playing until Celtic score. The Referees are firmly in the Celtic run SFA’s pocket to proclaim bias against them cost them anything is nothing more than mental and you need locked up and your hard drive searched.
I’d say this works in our advantage.
If they genuinely believed they were honestly beaten, there is every possibility that they would spend big in the transfer market.
We don’t really want them spending £25m strengthening their squad.
Likewise for us we can’t become complacent and just assume we are now way better than them. We have to invest wisely and buy a first choice left back and central defender and striker.
 

BrownBrogues

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#34
I’d say this works in our advantage.
If they genuinely believed they were honestly beaten, there is every possibility that they would spend big in the transfer market.
We don’t really want them spending £25m strengthening their squad.
Likewise for us we can’t become complacent and just assume we are now way better than them. We have to invest wisely and buy a first choice left back and central defender and striker.
They don’t have that to spend at present if they did it be borrowed against risk if Champions League Group qualification which is looking a long shot at present
 

coplandrearl36

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#35
I’d say this works in our advantage.
If they genuinely believed they were honestly beaten, there is every possibility that they would spend big in the transfer market.
We don’t really want them spending £25m strengthening their squad.
Likewise for us we can’t become complacent and just assume we are now way better than them. We have to invest wisely and buy a first choice left back and central defender and striker.
They are not going to spend big, they have nobody to sell for mega bucks.
 

Potnbear

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#36
They aren't addressing the problem, we are progressing whilst they are regressing, they are gonna get fekked right in the center of their ginger monobrows soon enough. The mhedia, refs, politicians, compliance officers won't be able to save them
 

bluetonic

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#37
I’d say this works in our advantage.
If they genuinely believed they were honestly beaten, there is every possibility that they would spend big in the transfer market.
We don’t really want them spending £25m strengthening their squad.
Likewise for us we can’t become complacent and just assume we are now way better than them. We have to invest wisely and buy a first choice left back and central defender and striker.
Do they even have £25M to spend?
 
#38
This is why they always have been and always will be in our shadow. They're only lying to themselves and failing to address the real issues means failure to develop and progress. They're going down the pan at an alarming rate. Bookmark this prediction - they'll finish the 21/22 season outside the top two.
places or leagues? :)
 
#39
I'm still raging at Flanagan for a badly aimed arm missing the lego munchers face.
The way he went down I was confident it was at least a broken nose with blood everywhere.
(Apologies, this has nothing to do with topic)
 

Walt Longmire

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#44
There was a thread before the game asking what would be the reaction from Timothy if we won. Most possible outcomes were adequately covered but in summary, and for all future games, the reaction was/will be
1) Biased officials
2) Incidents missed by officials to be referred to CO
3) Sectarian singing
4) Unfair ticket allocation

There may be more than one correct answer.
 

Talktalk

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#45
The word in the title of the thread “ narrative “ does my baws in, had very seldom heard it used until that wolloper Michael Stewart started using it now it’s the new buzz word
 

Humbug

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#49
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