Rangers Aid

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  1. DevAdvocate

    DevAdvocate Gigging bassist

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    THE Rangers Football club (A truly Charity Foundation © Bill Leckie) has once again opened its arms and shouted out the words "Football Aid", allowing football fans the opportunity to play on the hallowed turf at Ibrox in 2011 while raising vital funds at the same time.


    Rangers Football Club Aid Ltd offers fans the opportunity to live the dream of an authentic match day experience; gaining exclusive access to the pitch and tunnel areas, pulling on their own personalised shirt in the official changing rooms, walking down the tunnel to the sound of a cheering crowd and ultimately stepping out onto their field of dreams and representing their club in a never to be forgotten 90-minute match. If perchance the participants display any ability or have come into a recent cash windfall, they may be presented with a contract similar to David Weir a few years ago.



    The matches have also been supported by a host of Gers legends down the years, with the likes of Elbows McCulloch, Scary face Papac, Hatchet Bougherra, Hugh Dallas, Gordon Smith and George Peat all lending their valuable experience recently by playing alongside or managing the supporters in the hugely enjoyable matches at Ibrox.



    Did you know that almost 15,000 fans turned up for a gala showing of Rangers fans at the recent game against Kilmarnock?



    Booking your position couldn't be easier - just visit;



    www.helpthehuns.com



    And give us your pin number. You'll then have two ways to secure your Fixed Price position.



    Option 1: Miller Package - Our quickest and most popular option. Lloyds TSB will allow you to buy time as a player, or buy a player, or buy the stadium, or buy some Pakora. Please God just buy something, anything!



    Option 2: Executive Sponsorship – By paying a non-refundable £1690 deposit you can secure your position within the SFA Committee rooms. This also grants immediate participation for you in all matters involving Rangers as Hugh, Gordon and George will testify too. Then simply pay off the remaining balance of £1972 anytime before Donald Findlay's second birthday to secure a role in the Kilwinning Lodge Christmas Panto alongside Tam Cowan.



    If you're keen to secure your place at Ibrox early this season, visit;



    www.naebrickslefttosell.com



    Today to make sure you beat the stampeding crowd!



    Alternatively if you'd like any additional information, you can reverse charge call Hun Aid on 0141 169 0666 or email;



    [email protected]This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it



    Rangers Football Club Aid celebrated their 3rd anniversary in 2010 and have allowed over 110 bankers the chance to live the dream in scrutinising the books of more than 420 Ibrox based Carnegie companies. They are a unique organisation which attempts to generate headlines annually by hosting charity football club purchases from distant entrepreneurs based all over the UK yet always within reach of Chick Young’s speed-dial or his Merde infested beak.



    This unique concept was the brainchild of businessman and living Saint, Sir David Murray and funds raised from the event will benefit the work of charitable Jersey-based Projects nominated by the bon voyeur, with all money diverted tax-free through idle projects nominated by Rangers Football Aid's parent charity Field of Dreams.



    So what’s the delay…..getting dialling today!
     
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  2. rogueleader

    rogueleader suave gringo

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    Im on the lookout for a second-hand marble staircase .......I`ll give you a pound, deal or no deal ?
     
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  3. DevAdvocate

    DevAdvocate Gigging bassist

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    Deal and i'll throw in a Grade B Listed red brick facade.
     
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  4. rogueleader

    rogueleader suave gringo

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    does it look like an derelict, outsized, gentlemans urinal of the late victorian period...and smell like one too ?
     
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  5. DevAdvocate

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    Indeed it does, but there is also an aroma of succulent lamb.
     
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  6. Girvan Loyal 1690

    Girvan Loyal 1690 Nobody's safe now

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    I know which one is easier on the eye anyway

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    <laugh>
     
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  7. souness_the_tash_years

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    I'm guessing this thread seemed funny in your head last night.
    Time is a cruel mistress
     
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