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The sheer arrogance of those cunts is ridiculous. They really don’t see that the rest of the country is laughing at them
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Tuesday, 24 April 2018, 22:00
by Rangers Football Club
RANGERS notes Hibernian’s decision to cut our supporters’ ticket allocation for the final match of the Scottish Premiership season at Easter Road on Saturday, May 13.
First and foremost Rangers hopes the safety of our fans, who will now be in only one section of the South Stand rather than filling it completely, will not be compromised by this decision, which beggars belief.
This is the least Rangers expects for supporters who have repeatedly proven themselves to be the most loyal in the country by selling out away ticketing allocations at opposition stadiums for years.
This was evident as we rose through the divisions when clubs the length and breadth of the country, including Hibernian, benefitted financially from the presence of our fans.
Rangers will of course bear in mind Hibernian’s decision when considering ticketing arrangements for future matches – both home and away – against this particular club.



Watch out Hibs the huns will get their revenge...   :rofl2: :rofl2:
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Off Topic / Re: Betting
« Last post by rocket_scientist on Yesterday at 09:52:30 PM »
You should have cashed oot min.

I agree but a self-proclaimed expert in this field disagrees.
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Off Topic / Re: Betting
« Last post by rocket_scientist on Yesterday at 09:50:48 PM »
I know the numbers and I know how the bookies work with cash out

But if I had cashed out at even money just before the Derby equaliser, I would have been better off surely?

Your "bookie mates" might convince a retarded punter that cash out is a bad option but as we've seen tonight, in real time, the cash out option is a nightmare for them. The ONLY data that matters to prove it either way is...

well you're a professional punter, you're the self-proclaimed expert, what is it?





Your bullshit doesn't cut no ice. The total saved v. the total lost by punters using the cash out button will prove without doubt that the cash out option is the punter's friend, not the bookies. They curse the first bookie who introduced it.

In furtherance of your education, my Genoa Liverpool double cash out has now increased to 1.405. Not the 1.444 that Genoa earned at 4/9 of course but a big increase from what it was, 1.342. You know why? Self-proclaimed expert? Of course you do. It's because Liverpool's odds have been slashed to 1/4 v. Stoke after their destruction of Roma.

In further furtherance of your vocational qualifications and your CPD, get this. I got Blackburn at 3/4 tonight in a double with TSG Hoffenheim on Friday. Instead of getting 1.75 to cash out with, I'm getting 1.648.

And my Chelmsford win tonight trebled with Fulham on Friday and Peterhead on Saturday, the bookies are withholding 8.852% in their cash out offer.

Idiot.
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Off Topic / Re: Betting
« Last post by RicoS321 on Yesterday at 09:44:45 PM »
5 minutes into the 2nd half, the cash out has increased to 1.782. When should I cash out mini?

1.868 after 55 mins. 1.940 after 59 mins. 1.978 after 62. Evens after 66.

0.432 after the equaliser.

Now can you see how the cash out button works mini?

You should have cashed oot min.

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Aberdeen Football Club / Re: New stadium thread
« Last post by RicoS321 on Yesterday at 09:09:14 PM »
Stewart Milne
Just what part of this statement does these objectors not understand.
Some are just losing their life savings for nothing. :confused:

So they should just give up because Stewart Milne - representing the company building the thing they're fighting against - suggests that it might be in vain? Do you think his is an impartial opinion on the matter? Regardless of your opinion on Kingsford, you must surely understand the importance of the process of being able to object in the courts? You'd have to be fucking stupid not to see that one day you could be on the Wanks end of a planning application that means a lot to you. Why is the "impartial" interviewer not asking Stewart Milne to explain the 20 years of hold ups on his side, and what fucking difference an extra few months makes to him, or the 3 month or so delay that happened already in this application because AFC didn't get their shite together. Just let the folk have their legal right as a citizen of the UK and stop the bullshit concern for their life savings*. As for the partisan crap fae dons fans, fucking hell, not everything the club says or does has to be pandered to, as if anyone that disagrees is some sort of enemy. They're very, very capable of getting things wrong, and the more scrutiny they get the better.


*Aye, savings are weird like DD.

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Off Topic / Re: Betting
« Last post by rocket_scientist on Yesterday at 08:39:25 PM »
I put a single on Reims at 7/5 for the away tonight. 3-1 up after 78 minutes, the cash out = 95.7% of the return.

I'm not taking it but is this "heavily stacked" in the bookies favour?

What should it be minijc?

Edit: having just made it 1-4, the cash out is over 99%. Is this wrong too?

Edit: I've got a single on Cardiff @ 9/5 and 1-0 up at HT, the cash out is 1.734. What should it be?

5 minutes into the 2nd half, the cash out has increased to 1.782. When should I cash out mini?

1.868 after 55 mins. 1.940 after 59 mins. 1.978 after 62. Evens after 66.

0.432 after the equaliser.

Now can you see how the cash out button works mini?
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Off Topic / Re: Hola Amigos
« Last post by OxfordDon on Yesterday at 08:09:27 PM »
Need to get the butteries in  ;)

Nae jam.
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Aberdeen Football Club / Re: New stadium thread
« Last post by donsdaft on Yesterday at 07:11:28 PM »
Life savings


This is a concept which has always been alien to me.

Do you all have savings?


If I add up whats in my pooch versus what I owe then fuck sake!


On the other hand


I've brought up 3 kids and I'm away to open another can of beer.


It's not about savings, it's about cash flow.
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Football Chat / Re: Forza Roma
« Last post by donsdaft on Yesterday at 07:06:04 PM »
Yip


That's clinched it
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