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What do we think of the Rangers display then? 19:29 - Sep 1 with 1683 viewsdeliasplums

Based on the Maiden cover for The Trooper, a song about British military disaster, Charge of the Light Brigade. I imagine Celtic’s green brigade were killing themselves laughing.



It's 106 miles to Portman Road, we've got a full tank of gas, half a round of Port Salut, it's dark... and we're wearing blue tinted sunglasses.
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What do we think of the Rangers display then? on 19:37 - Sep 1 with 1637 viewsBlue_Order

That the same Green Brigade that can’t even get the spelling right on half their banners, including their own clubs name?



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What do we think of the Rangers display then? on 19:41 - Sep 1 with 1605 viewsHipsterectomy

What do we think of the Rangers display then? on 19:37 - Sep 1 by Blue_Order

That the same Green Brigade that can’t even get the spelling right on half their banners, including their own clubs name?





maybe they are charged per letter

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What do we think of the Rangers display then? on 20:04 - Sep 1 with 1542 viewsdeliasplums

What do we think of the Rangers display then? on 19:37 - Sep 1 by Blue_Order

That the same Green Brigade that can’t even get the spelling right on half their banners, including their own clubs name?





Haha hadn’t seen that. They’re as bad/ sad as each other.
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It's 106 miles to Portman Road, we've got a full tank of gas, half a round of Port Salut, it's dark... and we're wearing blue tinted sunglasses.
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What do we think of the Rangers display then? on 20:04 - Sep 1 with 1542 viewsMarshalls_Mullet

No idea what that's all supposed to mean.

I assume it's the Scots living in the past?

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What do we think of the Rangers display then? on 22:29 - Sep 1 with 1320 viewsfactual_blue

What do we think of the Rangers display then? on 19:37 - Sep 1 by Blue_Order

That the same Green Brigade that can’t even get the spelling right on half their banners, including their own clubs name?





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What do we think of the Rangers display then? on 01:25 - Sep 2 with 1154 viewsBlue_Order

What do we think of the Rangers display then? on 20:04 - Sep 1 by Marshalls_Mullet

No idea what that's all supposed to mean.

I assume it's the Scots living in the past?


Iron Maiden used various forms of Eddie The Head (the zombie skeleton) on their record covers.

That style of him as a red coat soldier was on the cover of their song The Trooper. Loyalist paramilitary groups adopted ‘Eddie The Trooper’ and used him on some of their murals.

The banner comes from a line in the same song - “the bugle sounds as the charge begins”.
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What do we think of the Rangers display then? on 02:13 - Sep 2 with 1140 viewscharlie1

What do we think of the Rangers display then? on 20:04 - Sep 1 by Marshalls_Mullet

No idea what that's all supposed to mean.

I assume it's the Scots living in the past?


Flower Of Scotland always makes me laugh.

Over 700 years since Edward Longshanks. Probably time to move on.
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What do we think of the Rangers display then? on 07:57 - Sep 2 with 954 viewsChurchman

What do we think of the Rangers display then? on 02:13 - Sep 2 by charlie1

Flower Of Scotland always makes me laugh.

Over 700 years since Edward Longshanks. Probably time to move on.


Why anyone would want these two appalling clubs anywhere near the English leagues is beyond me. Let them fester their hatred in their own beloved country and they can groan out that Flower of Scotland dirge to their hearts content.
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