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KED
16-02-2017, 14:53
Rodgers press conference coming up, Sky reporting he's sad to see a manager losing his job the way he has.
Is it now being reported that he was sacked or Rodgers stirring it?
Media spin backing MW against the board.

supergers07
16-02-2017, 14:55
Of course he's sad to see him go. Means he might not get it as easy if someone who is actually capable of organising a team comes here.

KED
16-02-2017, 15:00
From his point of view we might put in better performances and give them a tougher game, it's more the way he worded it (according to Sky). Seems to say MW was sacked rather than resigned, is this the start of media outlets siding against us? Or has Lawell had a word and hit him to shit stir?

sh3lldon
16-02-2017, 15:03
dont really care what the deviant has to say about it to be honest

kenny2oo7
16-02-2017, 15:04
He's not disappointed to find a surprise sausage so his opinion is irrelevant.

chucknorris
16-02-2017, 15:05
Really couldnt care less if hes sad to see him go, im delighted hes gone.

Tomato Plant
16-02-2017, 15:11
Same way we were sad to see Deila go.

alwaysfirst
16-02-2017, 15:12
Rodgers press conference coming up, Sky reporting he's sad to see a manager losing his job the way he has.
Is it now being reported that he was sacked or Rodgers stirring it?
Media spin backing MW against the board.

Perhaps you're reading too much, or maybe not, into it. We, as Rangers fans, see intrigue in every statement and interpret it as we require or hope. Gary Monk statement being typical.
If I was Brenda, I'd have wanted Warburton to remain in charge at Ibrox.

90minsofmadness
16-02-2017, 15:12
They knew each other from down south did they not?

They are both part of the new age English manager speak that is quite popular in the championship/ lower Premiership.

ChampionGer
16-02-2017, 15:19
Same way we were sad to see Deila go.

I was genuinely gutted when Delilah left. Gutted.

TN8
16-02-2017, 15:25
Rodgers is stirring nothing ffs, why would he even try to? He's been asked about it in a press conference, and they previously worked together, what else would you expect him to say?

W.A.T.P 72
16-02-2017, 15:27
Every time a hear this prick talk he gets on my tits, a patronising wank, who thinks he knows everything, this is a man who Thinks Suarez is good because of Him, same with Sterling, he is a deluded idiot.

klostheboss
16-02-2017, 15:28
Think you're reading too much into this op to be honest

funktifeyeno
16-02-2017, 15:34
Honestly, who cares what Rodgers says
It's of zero interest

gallowhillPROD
16-02-2017, 15:34
Rodgers is stirring nothing ffs, why would he even try to? He's been asked about it in a press conference, and they previously worked together, what else would you expect him to say?

He's a cock but I agree.
Trannie loving ****.

Willieorwont_he
16-02-2017, 15:34
Rogers said what you would expect. They worked together, acquaintances of not friends. Boring shite really.
However, if Brenda is sad to see him go that makes me very happy! lol

imager
16-02-2017, 15:38
They're best mates, of course he's disappointed.

Special One
16-02-2017, 15:40
They knew each other from down south did they not?

They are both part of the new age English manager speak that is quite popular in the championship/ lower Premiership.

they used to work together at Watford, they're old pals

folk are reading too much into it

cw3038
16-02-2017, 15:42
Of course he's sad to see him go. Means he might not get it as easy if someone who is actually capable of organising a team comes here.

Kinda sums it up.

Burgh-Ger
16-02-2017, 15:44
He's not disappointed to find a surprise sausage so his opinion is irrelevant.

Ha ha ha ha ha ha!!!!!!!!!!!

Southside_Shug
16-02-2017, 15:44
Rodgers press conference coming up, Sky reporting he's sad to see a manager losing his job the way he has.
Is it now being reported that he was sacked or Rodgers stirring it?
Media spin backing MW against the board.

Warburton never lost his job.

he resigned

TPB90
16-02-2017, 16:03
From his point of view we might put in better performances and give them a tougher game, it's more the way he worded it (according to Sky). Seems to say MW was sacked rather than resigned, is this the start of media outlets siding against us? Or has Lawell had a word and hit him to shit stir?

The start? Where have you been?

colinstein57
16-02-2017, 16:10
I haven't seen it on Sky, but sounds like a pretty harmless comment to me. They've worked together.

CaptainCourageous
16-02-2017, 16:18
They are mates so not surprised.

I'd bet he's also sad as Warburton wasn't a threat to him or the bheggars.

Top_Cat
16-02-2017, 16:26
Same way we were sad to see Deila go.

That was a sad day

Teddyjohn
16-02-2017, 16:30
I'm sure that Rodgers was sorry to see Warburton go as he provided no threat whatsover which has resulted in Rodgers having the easiest job ever in his career as a manager. An overrated one too at that. I'd love to see this prick get a challenge off Rangers.

Having said that I bet he'll be delighted that Murty is in there until the end of the season......Rangers going to the Stadium of Savile in a few weeks time fills me with dread with poor Graham Murty at the helm.

For the sake of saving a few bob!!

Downblu
16-02-2017, 17:38
He's definitely stirring it. How dare he say he was sorry to see a fellow manager go. SFA should throw the book at him for bringing game into disrepute!


FFS - some on here have very little to be worried about.

Leo_Ger
16-02-2017, 17:41
Of course he's sad to see him go. Means he might not get it as easy if someone who is actually capable of organising a team comes here.

Rodgers is as likely to have it easy against another manager, unless we find further funds to back them with.

Oduwa
16-02-2017, 17:48
Some try to see a sinister side to every little thing.

Zigic
16-02-2017, 17:50
He was surprisingly diplomatic for a tarrier.

_BlueNose_
16-02-2017, 17:54
They are mates so not surprised

bertram
16-02-2017, 17:56
...................

Standards1972
16-02-2017, 18:04
Rodgers has sleepwalked through the season, he has done a good job but has been under zero pressure for nearly 95% of it.

O'Neil completely cracked under the pressure when we started to breathe down their necks.

Lets see how he does against a proper Rangers team.

nelster
16-02-2017, 18:07
Some try to see a sinister side to every little thing.

You surprised

Scottish society got off lightly for what was done to us

standardbarger
16-02-2017, 18:28
Rodgers is stirring nothing ffs, why would he even try to? He's been asked about it in a press conference, and they previously worked together, what else would you expect him to say?He should keep his trap shut about our club no one from Rangers has commented on his love of mens baws hanging either side of a pair of knickers have they.

gallowhillPROD
16-02-2017, 18:34
He should keep his trap shut about our club no one from Rangers has commented on his love of mens baws hanging either side of a pair of knickers have they.

Superb !!!
This nails it.

Oduwa
16-02-2017, 18:39
You surprised

Scottish society got off lightly for what was done to us
We need to pick battles.

They are friends and former colleagues.

Crying foul at everything causes us to lose credibility when there is a genuine gripe at someone.

Westend
16-02-2017, 19:21
Some try to see a sinister side to every little thing.

I know, shocking isn't it, I just don't know why people would have that kind of mindset:(

rossgers
16-02-2017, 19:27
Having watched it on the news I thought he was having an unnecessary dig. Basically saying that considering what he did for us its disappointing that we sacked him. Mind your own f*ckin business.

Aunty Christ
16-02-2017, 20:02
The press love MW now. They weren't so keen on him when he mentioned plastic pitches. I wonder what's changed?

RFCBarryRFC
16-02-2017, 20:03
of course he is sad ,he will be panicking that a real manager like Mr McLeish comes in and sorts the tims out

Jacrispy
16-02-2017, 20:26
Hardly a surprise. MW had us bend right over for his team

The Predator
16-02-2017, 20:32
The press love MW now. They weren't so keen on him when he mentioned plastic pitches. I wonder what's changed?

Strange that isnt it....

bertram
16-02-2017, 21:33
Just seen it on SKY, that was a fućking dig.

Whoopdedoo
16-02-2017, 21:35
They are mates so not surprised

That's what I thought too. Looks like we're wrong :(

Whoopdedoo
16-02-2017, 21:35
Just seen it on SKY, that was a fućking dig.

I've not seen the interview, in fairness to my last comment

GTI
16-02-2017, 21:37
All about the Rangers again!

thebluenosebear
16-02-2017, 21:44
Just seen it on SKY, that was a fućking dig.

Thought exactly that, he could have said nothing to do with me, he was at the mix there, don't get me wrong why shouldn't he I wouldn't let them up if I had my foot on their neck

thebluenosebear
16-02-2017, 21:53
of course he is sad ,he will be panicking that a real manager like Mr McLeish comes in and sorts the tims out

I'm only just back and don't want a ban.

superrangers
16-02-2017, 22:04
He's probably looking forward to the prospect of ahem... crossing swords with Billy Davies, if you pardon the expression.

Whoopdedoo
16-02-2017, 22:40
He's probably looking forward to the prospect of ahem... crossing swords with Billy Davies, if you pardon the expression.

I thought McLeish was ahead in the running?

clubdeckg
16-02-2017, 22:46
Of course he's sad to see him go. Means he might not get it as easy if someone who is actually capable of organising a team comes here.
He will if it's Big Eck

mayfairblue2
16-02-2017, 23:18
That was a sad day

It sure was.

superrangers
16-02-2017, 23:30
I thought McLeish was ahead in the running?

He is but sadly there isn't the gratuitous cheap sex joke value in that.

😉

robocop1690
17-02-2017, 00:51
Typical classless Celtic employee irrespective of what question he was asked about Warburton whether a pal or not he should have said it wasnt appropriate to comment in his position as Celtic manager.Could you imagine the reaction if that had been a Rangers manager commenting if their manager left.But hey some on here say we're too worked up about nothing

Whoopdedoo
17-02-2017, 01:05
He is but sadly there isn't the gratuitous cheap sex joke value in that.

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I just didn't get it :(

Typical classless Celtic employee irrespective of what question he was asked about Warburton whether a pal or not he should have said it wasnt appropriate to comment in his position as Celtic manager.Could you imagine the reaction if that had been a Rangers manager commenting if their manager left.But hey some on here say we're too worked up about nothing

Tbf, he done that last week when asked. Said it was all speculation at that time, so wouldn't answer.

TN8
17-02-2017, 11:30
Typical classless Celtic employee irrespective of what question he was asked about Warburton whether a pal or not he should have said it wasnt appropriate to comment in his position as Celtic manager.Could you imagine the reaction if that had been a Rangers manager commenting if their manager left.But hey some on here say we're too worked up about nothing

http://www.skysports.com/watch/video/sports/football/10252497/warburton-disappointed-over-deila-exit

You just want to be raging don't you?

Thornliebank_Bear
17-02-2017, 11:39
Thought his comments were pretty genuine dont think hes like most tim managers.

Be interesting to see how this weirdo deals with a bit of pressure when we sort our team out and refs stop cheating(yeah as if thats will happen) right enough.

Auld Jock
17-02-2017, 16:49
Every time a hear this prick talk he gets on my tits, a patronising wank, who thinks he knows everything, this is a man who Thinks Suarez is good because of Him, same with Sterling, he is a deluded idiot.
I don't know how to highlight the middle part of this however much the same could be said about MW.