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Want to write about Rangers? Join the GTBFO community

If you think we're idiots, then you do better.


You may not be aware of this, but GTBFO is not a mere website with an obscene-sounding acronym where two guys spout pish about Rangers. It is that, but it is so much more - or rather, has the potential to be if you'd like to sign up to be a member.

If you're already a member of SBNation or any other website on the network, you need only tick a box in the comments section (at the end of every article) in order to be able to post comments, fanshots and fanposts. If you're not, then you'll just need to sign up in the same place - it only takes a minute, you can find the latest news easily every time you're on the network, and you won't get bombarded with any emails or anything else.

Once you've done that, you're free to comment away and join the discussion. All articles will show you if there are unread comments, and you'll get a notification at t he top of the site when anybody replies to yours. You can also browse unread ones easily by hitting the 'z' key.

Alternatively, if you want to talk about something we're not covering on the site, and generate a new topic of conversation and debate, there's another way to go about it.


If you go to our front page, and look on the right below the advert and the NewsNow button, you'll see the FanPosts section. There's one on there already regarding Rangers TV, which managed to get a pretty quick response from readers who were happy to help explain how it worked. But if there's anything else Rangers-related you want to write about, you can do it there. You'll get taken to an editor where you can easily write in whatever you have to say. For good fanposts, we'll be happy to share them right in the main stories too, if they're generating a good discussion.

In short, if you want to get involved and tell us you saw Zlatan Ibrahimovic in Sleazy's with Frank McParland and Davie Weir, or that you feel that we should play Joe Garner at centre-back, or whatever, the tools are there for you to use.

See you around!