“He mainly said he likes my versatility and what I bring to the game,” said Ridder of Anderson. “He said he liked how I did all the little things for our team in New York. He was just saying I bring that and he really liked how I shot the ball. Get Rangers updates directly to your inboxSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!It’ll be a toss up over which ground will be busier this weekend the old lady of Mount Florida or Ibrox, where two teams of Rangers legends will play a charity match on Saturday afternoon.Our own Michael Gannon even got it in the neck from a couple of callers after sparking a debate about players being called up as soon as they sign for one of the big two.Rangers vs Celtic viewing figures revealed as TV data shows ratings have rocketedJohn Scott, Grassmoor : “I don’t know if Michael Gannon is playing devil’s advocate but on the subject of players being capped as soon as they arrive at the Old Firm, he’s well wide of the mark.”After all, isn’t playing at two stadia with partisan crowds of more 50,000 not a pressure situation and good experience for international football?”Former Rangers boss Mark Warburton has been getting it in the neck after calling on fans of the club to be more realistic about their position in the game.Lewis Fotheringham, Gartcosh : “Warburton telling the Rangers fans to lower their expectations is sour grapes. This is a guy who couldn’t handle the expectations of competing with Celtic , even if it was our first season in the top flight for four years.”There is the calm before the storm of the forthcoming Scottish Cup semi final but that didn’t stop fans of Celtic and Rangers lining up for the wind ups.Mark Warburton explains what Rangers need to do to catch CelticHowever, Gregor Milliken, Croftfoot , has also taken his club to task over the ticket allocation for the Hampden clash next month.He said: “I am Celtic season ticket holder who attended cup games against Brechin, Morton and Partick and can’t get ticket for Old Firm semi.”In total, 44,000 tickets go to the Old Firm but that leaves about 8,000 and some of them will go to the prawn sandwich brigade who have never been at a game before. I am gutted.
Fowley first scored big in 1960 with “Alley Oop,” a song inspired by a comic strip caveman. Two years later, he had another hit with “Nut Rocker,” a rock version of Tchaikovsky’s “March of the Wooden Soldiers.” For the next 50 years, he jumped from stunt to stunt, landing in the liner notes of hundreds of albums, from hair metal to country, Alice Cooper to Helen Reddy. Before he died from bladder cancer this January, he turned up in a wheelchair in a Beyonc video..