Between The International Breaks

Gary67

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Now 13 days before we play again as our players disappear across the globe to represent their countries, probably not returning until Wednesday week. On their return, and up to the next international break in November we have 7 games in 23 days. 5 league games and 2 in Europa League.
Both EL games are against Ferencvaros and will decide whether or not we will have European football post Christmas. We probably need at least 4 points from these 2 games. In the league we have 3 away and 2 home and to keep in touch will probably need 13 out of 15 points, 4 wins and a draw.

Sat Oct 16 Motherwell a
Tue Oct 19 Ferencvaros h
Sat Oct 23 St Johnstone h
Wed Oct 27 Hibs a
Sat Oct 30 Livingston h
Thu Nov 4 Ferencvaros a
Sun Nov 7 Dundee a

From what Ange has said both Jullien and Juranovic should be back for at least some of these games but possibly not Forrest who has had a 'setback'. Giakoumakis should be up to speed as well so gives us more options up front.
Get to the next international break no further behind than we currently are, and hopefully closer, and we should be on course for what should be our realistic target of getting to the winter break still in the title race. Then we can strengthen the squad (midfield especially) with 2 or 3 new signings as per Ange's comments this weekend.
 

Winter

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Just hoping that big win at pittodrie is the turning point for us in the league. We are getting better as the team gets to gel and know one another. Juranovic is a big miss the quicker back the better and let's see what the greek can bring to the party. I agree all those games are winnable we have to start protecting our leads better than we have so far , we score then concede 5 minutes later too often. Cut that out and then we can be confident of seeing these games out without too much trouble HH
 

DILLIGAF

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MSM HUN Fan boys, will be upping the Celtic 'crisis and transfer' rumours over next two weeks
It's already happening and some of the emotional midgets in our support are giving credence to the pish by shouting and bawling about them
Please, take anything/everything, that comes out from the MSM, and the HUNDITS, with a bucket of salt
International breaks are just another way for our players to pick up injuries and do nothing to help us
Remember when Rogic was told by the Aussie coach to show up, and he then sat on the bench and didn't play one minute
Guy's a fuckwad
The SFA can go take a running fuck at a flying donut, for continuing to help the filth from IPox, while our players are jetting off around the world to play for their country
 

lennono

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Two financial experts whose actions trying to save Rangers fell below an "ordinarily competent" standard have been ordered to pay £3.4m to the club's liquidators.
Judge Lord Tyre found David Whitehouse and Paul Clark breached their duties while acting as administrators at the club.
He ordered them to hand over £3,404,500 to financial services firm BDO.
The company won the sum following proceedings earlier this year.
Mr Whitehouse and Mr Clark - who were employed by financial services firm Duff & Phelps - were appointed by the Court of Session as administrators after HMRC took Rangers to court for £18m of unpaid tax in February 2012.
BDO's legal team told the judge both Mr Whitehouse and Mr Clark failed to cut costs sufficiently well enough after they were drafted in to save the business.
Advocate Kenny McBrearty QC said the pair could have made staff redundant and stopped the company that owned Rangers from being liquidated by making it more attractive to potential buyers.
Mr McBrearty also told the court that Mr Whitehouse and Mr Clark could have sold on players like Steven Naismith, Steven Whittaker, Maurice Edu and Kyle Lafferty.
He said they should have considered selling club assets like the Murray Park training ground as well as thinking about a deal which would have seen Ibrox stadium being sold and leased back to the club.
 

DILLIGAF

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Opinions being what they are, everybody sees things their own way
I've watched profession women's teams play, and in some games, it's been of a much higher standard than the mens
Watch Canada and USA women's national teams play, no quarter asked and none given

Well done the Ghirls
 

Cairnsybhoy79

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MSM HUN Fan boys, will be upping the Celtic 'crisis and transfer' rumours over next two weeks
It's already happening and some of the emotional midgets in our support are giving credence to the pish by shouting and bawling about them
Please, take anything/everything, that comes out from the MSM, and the HUNDITS, with a bucket of salt
International breaks are just another way for our players to pick up injuries and do nothing to help us
Remember when Rogic was told by the Aussie coach to show up, and he then sat on the bench and didn't play one minute
Guy's a fuckwad
The SFA can go take a running fuck at a flying donut, for continuing to help the filth from IPox, while our players are jetting off around the world to play for their country
There was already a bullshit story on some shitty site that Southampton were gonny come in for kyogo in January scum the lot of them🤬
 

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