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When the fixture is confirmed. 

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14th of July. 

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1st July 2013

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12 minutes ago, steveger said:

On the Glorious Twelfth :ph34r:

 

A bad day to be a grouse...

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Sold out already, our Scottish contingent took all the tickets.

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I hope it's not Rangers. Nothing against them but we played them a couple of years ago. I'd like it to be a big team from the continent. 

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Hope it's not on 30th July on bloody nights

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I hope not, just to spare the usual Rangers love in that happens for no apparent reason

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5 minutes ago, steveger said:

 

We all would, a big Italian team or the likes, but we just aint that big an attraction outside of England sadly....

Maybe so; but I'd still like it to be a big continental team. 

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2 hours ago, steveger said:

 

We all would, a big Italian team or the likes, but we just aint that big an attraction outside of England sadly....

but what about Wednesday?

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Surely we could attract a famous Italian or German team? Maybe not one of their biggest teams but one of the more historic less fashionable clubs? Like the likes of Torino, Genoa, Hamburg, Borussia Moenchengladbach, etc? I've been to Turin, and lots of people there knew about Wednesday from our top flight days and knew we had the likes of Waddle, Di Canio and Carbone. 

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2 hours ago, shandypants said:

Maybe so; but I'd still like it to be a big continental team. 

They are all busy though which matches already planned. Even if you look at teams further down like Fiorentina, Lazio, Werder Bremen majority have games already arranged.

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Zzzzz hope not 

 

I really don't get the love in for Rangers, is it just because they play in blue? And don't quote me with some religious poo .

 

Second rate team from Scotland, great. 

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8 minutes ago, 442 said:

Zzzzz hope not 

 

I really don't get the love in for Rangers, is it just because they play in blue? And don't quote me with some religious poo .

 

Second rate team from Scotland, great. 

I don't like either of them if I'm being completely honest. If I had to choose though, I'd pick Rangers over Celtic. Not based on religion either. After all, all religion is just a bunch of bobbar anyway.

 

For me though, if I compare the rivalry of Rangers/Celtic and Wednesday/United, I see similarities between ourselves and Rangers. For one, we are both the older, bigger, better relative of the young pretenders. Celtic supporters, similarly to United fans, are obsessed with hating their rivals more than they love their club. Don't get me wrong we have supporters obsessed with the Pigs and so do Rangers, but they have an awful lot more the other way.

 

As well as this, Wednesday/Rangers fans on the whole seem to be more accepted across the country than United/Celtic ones, like they are the good club and not some bitter jumped up twonks jealous of their older, bigger, better neighbours.

 

My two pennies if you care.

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Rangers are a historic and famous club in their former entity but the new club, although it retains it's identity and impressive support, doesn't have the same stature of it's previous glorious club.

 

We do however have some famous Scottish links which could signify or sell the occasion such as our club mascot and nickname coming from Scottish player George Robertson presenting a real Owl mascot to the club in 1912. Plus our all time top scorer and record appearance holder Andrew Wilson was Scottish too.

 

The previous time we played Rangers in a friendly was a occasion that did their fans proud, with numbers and vocal support but in terms of the here and now Rangers are no longer the draw they were and it wouldn't be a marquee friendly fitting to represent our 150th anniversary. However, it's difficult to say who would? And our 100th anniversary was marked by playing Pele's Brazilian club Santos, I think?

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