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Tuesday, 23 September 2008

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Terry Hasn't even heard of Rangers

Barry Ferguson today reported for training at Ibrox stadium and was told to train with reserve and youth players.

Contrary to reports in the press that the inspirational Rangers captain was recovering from injury, this reporter understands that Captain Fantastic and Uncle Wattie have had a major bust up and several vicious exchanges took place between captain and manager where Smith referred to Fergie as a wee shite ned.

Barry had turned up for training with his usual bottle of buckie and Lacoste trackie signing autographs for the thousands of Rangers fans fresh from the stadiums own dole office, the recently opened dole office took place of previous plans for a super stadium at Ibrox stadium these plans were scrapped when Mr Murray decided that it would be more beneficial to the fans to have a dole office next to their favourite pie stall at Ibrox. This was seen by all on the Rangers board as a stroke of marketing genius by Murray as pie sales increased by 5000%.

After returning from signing autographs at the dole office Fergie was told that due to the arrival of Big Pedro and Wee Mo he was now surplus to requirements.

It is now understood that Walter Smith is to meet the same end as Paul Le Guen due to Ferguson's threats that he would "Chib Him" if he didn't start next week's game.

Also in other news the mystery of the Milan case still hasn't been solved. Celtic fans are curious as to why they had to play Milan a week early in last years champions league.

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