"To be a Ranger is to sense the sacred trust of upholding all that such a name means in this shrine of football. They must be true in their conception of what the Ibrox tradition seeks from them. No true Ranger has ever failed in the tradition set him." - William Struth  

Collymore And Celtic - Abusers Matched In Heaven

Written by: GCC Exposed
Thursday, 29th January 2015

As soon as I read Stan Cauliflower's reasoning behind why he did a Rod Stewart, and switched from favouring Rangers to Celtic, I felt the need to reply.

The admission comes as no surprise to any Rangers fan, as I will demonstrate within this piece why this wife-beater and alleged sexual deviant and the club from Glasgow's East End are made for and welcome to each other.

First of all, let us look into the history of Mr Collymore and see if we can find any links with his behaviour and that of the club that he now finds a soft spot for.

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Stan Collymore, And What Celtic Football Club "Stand For"

Written by: BB
Thursday, 29th January 2015

With his recent attack on Rangers Football Club, its fans and his ill-informed defence of what Celtic stand for, it would be remiss of me not draw attention to the naivety of Mr Follymore's assertions.

Apparently the Talk Sport pundit used to have a soft spot for the Gers until he learned more of the club's history. He omits to tell us where his research took him but given his extremely blinkered take on our club and fans, I wouldn't be surprised to find he's been on a visit to Donegal to discuss 20 things I hate about Rangers over a pint of Beamish with Provo-loving bigot Phil MacGiollabhain.

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VB's Rangers Shares

Written by: Admin
Tuesday, 27th January 2015

This statement is intent on clearing up speculation relating to our Rangers shareholding.

As a supporters group we own 50,477 shares – these were purchased on line.

Some of our members have given us proxy for their shares, and this amounts to 182,646.

Yesterday, Ryan King announced that he was giving us proxy for his 123,000.

We now have proxy for 305,646.

As of 27/01/2015, Vanguard Bears has the use of 356,123 Rangers shares.


Voting No Saved the Nation

Written by: NineteenSeventyTwo
Saturday, 24th January 2015

It’s hardly a secret that many VB members were campaigning for a No vote in September 2014, and that our membership are passionate unionists.

I don’t doubt that many No voters approached the polls with just their patriotism guiding their choice, however, it does a huge disservice to all No voters to ignore the fact that many made that choice because the alternative was unthinkable.

Long term observers of this site will remember an early banner and stickers promoting the site with the tagline, “Scottish and British”, which illustrated perfectly that most unionists in Scotland are proud not just of our British nationhood, but in our Scottish identity and heritage.

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The RFFF - Some Clarity

Written by: Admin
Thursday, 22nd January 2015

We issue this statement with the intent on providing clarity with regards to the RFFF statement dated 21st January 2015.

The RST does not have enough money in its account to support their legal moves to ensure that Ibrox Stadium is not to be used as security for a Mike Ashley loan, therefore the RFFF were approached by them in order to ask for the use of some of the RFFF funds to assist this endeavour. As per the RFFF statement, it was agreed that funds would be released, if needed, to support this and other fan groups who have similar intent.

There is currently £516,984.99 in the RFFF bank account, as stated on the RFFF webpage.


The VB Admin who sits on the RFFF committee had witness to the bank statement reflecting this amount on Tuesday 20th January 2015. 

Vanguard Bears as a large shareholder is totally opposed to the current Board using Ibrox Stadium as security for loans.


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