It's been said on Twitter, it's been said on Facebook, and now it's being said here: the CRO is dead; long live the CRO.
We had fun for those few years, across hundreds of articles and dozens of really poor podcasts. But the time has come to close doors. The CRO will go silent over the next few weeks. Thanks to all who supported us, thanks to all who hated us, thanks to all who were part of the ride.
And we invite you to check out The Rangers Observer, which launched today. They've taken over our old Twitter handle and already started knocking out some great work. Delete your CRO bookmark and add that one.
Thanks again and all the best.
29 September 2016
Yes, the show that is invariably either your most favorite or most hated Rangers FC podcast is back on the air.
Shane is joined by Marcus, Gordon, Graham and a late arriving Olly to discuss the last 96 matches; what's wrong with our forwards/midfield/defense; why the SFA is a shambles; is Lee Wallace a captain; and more!
Thanks for your patience and for your continued support of the CRO! And don't forget to add our feed on Clyp to keep up with new CROpods as they come online.
26 May 2016
In the first instance, we call on the Scottish FA to request the immediate resignation of Hibernian Chairman and SFA Vice President, Rod Petrie from the SFA board. His comments immediately following the game, and since, have been an absolute disgrace. How can Mr Petrie justify describing the violent acts of his supporters as “exuberance”? How can he justify the lack of any apology to Rangers for the attacks on our players? We welcome the announcement by the SFA of an independent enquiry but Mr Petrie’s comments are entirely at odds with their approach.
18 May 2016
Quasi-CRO-retired Shane penned a piece on today's bad news for Big Mike over at SB Nation's Got the Battle Fever On. Check it out here.
05 May 2016
12 January 2016
08 January 2016
We here at the CRO take great pride in our scouting department who work tirelessly to provide us with info on all players linked with Rangers. Here, for the first time ever, are our exclusive reports on some of the names linked to or inked to deals with Rangers this January.