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19 Dec 2014 11:37:06
Thought I saw something on SSN a few minutes ago about a media conference at Ibrox or Murray Park. Missed the story so not sure what it is. Anyone else catch it?

DOIGER

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17 Dec 2014 10:08:52
Well according to some newspaper reports this morning its billy Davies who will be coming in so by reading posts on hear there will be a lot of angry bears, oh my what will we do, ah let's do what we're good at. Boycott EH! that solves everything
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13 Dec 2014 10:54:19
Heard a rumour that once Ally does finally leave either before xmas or once his contract is up that he is going to gift his shares to the supports. Hope so would be a nice gesture for putting up with all the s*** football over the last few yrs.

GovanFront7

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Woulda feck if a was ally tbh, they would go to his sons, not clowns who call him alsorts

Ferguson6

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13 Dec 2014 17:08:36
Been told announcement to be next week, that Ashley intends to put Rangers in Administration to wriggle out of commercial deals formed by Green & Ahmed. Laxey did not agree ao intend to sell up as they are not prepares to are not prepared to further dillute their shareholding. Ashley won't underwrite the new share issue. Point deduction coming and further sanctions ahead. More years of pain ahead.

nothingbutthestruth

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Well he could afford to give them away after the wages he's took out of Rangers. I hear Andy Goram saying no manager in the history of Scottish football EHHHHH, Davie White one defeat and sacked for failing to win the league against a team that won europe top competition how hard a gig was that. Ally played teams of plumbers and bakers with a team of full timers on a 100x their wage. Ally made a rod for his own back by backing every single owner, CEO and board member to the hilt WHY did he do that it certainly wasn't for Rangers benefit, even up to a week ago he was singing the praise of Lambais

mullad

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13 Dec 2014 20:26:48
He must know something is going to happen soon and that's why he is WALKING AWAY it would have been better to have walked away in the summer even last season was poor and that was against Guys who work all day and train at night, Not like The Ian Blacks and monshis who train in Murray park and suppose to EARN £1000s week and can't beat so called less teams the mind Boggles??.

Gnw 2012

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Nothing but thestruth that would not surprise me but if he did that his own agreementwould go down the tube but if green and co are found to have acted frudently agreements can be broken without a problem

BIGWULL

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13 Dec 2014 23:11:02
New owner comes on board, what is the benefit of attacking the owner in the press

Ferguson6

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Just because the new owners never worked out ally gets the blame? Remember craig whyte got a guard of honour down broomloan rd. Charles green had the fans singing obscenities about the sfa

Ferguson6

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Bigwull Ashley knows sports direct won't be selling a lot of rangers jerseys due to his own contract, so maybe he is willing to look at this contract again, that way he would not care if we went into addmin, known if he offered more money to the club in regards to Jersey sales, this would be more exceptable

George123

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Remember that Rangers Retail are half owned by SD and if TRFC/RIFC suffer an administration event then SD have the rigth to buy the other half at a cost of 50% of the previous years profits.

Rangers Retail hold the rights to most of the clubs emblems etc (on licence from TRFC) and so, if MA forces an administration, RR might retain those rights but be 100% owned by SD

StEddy

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LMFAO. ally mccoist to give away money lolol. absolutely no chance unless it happens to be stipulated in that contract he "nevur read by the way!". he will 100% only be thinking of himself as he has ALWAYS done his whole life, he is now playing us the fans and the board and does not give a **** about Rangers or us FACT

george

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No matter what your view is on Ally can any one of you persons on here look yourself in the mirror and say you have done more for Rangers than him??
Just look at the CRAP he has had to endure off the field whilst trying to manage a football team.
This was a handsome man (so m wife says) four year ago now he looks 60 Would not swap my life for his any day of the week

bhfams

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You never heard a rumour someone else wrote it here last week, I'm no sure he would do that.

DL 176

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Aye a did hear a rumour, a never read it here a few weeks ago. but mibby you'd know better than me!

GovanFront7

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Ally the legend, 2 words unvouched expenses. heard all will be revealed soon

mullad

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17 Dec 2014 09:51:48
New rumour- Apparently Billy Davies is being lined up as a replacement if an agreement is made with Super Ally.

TeddyintheDesert

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12 Dec 2014 15:54:26
Rangers set to reject McCoist resignation apparently according to tv.

Has Ally played this card, knowing that they can't really afford to pay him off, but he can say to the fans, "Well I tried to go. but. "

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footyfan1971

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Agree,, he knew exactly what's he was doing,,,, can't afford to get rid me or my staff so just a big bluff,,, now if he had went wishing all best to club and no further payoffs how good would that have been? this makes him look greedy the fool.

ALLY

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You don't get payment if you resign.

CypriotGer

{Ed039's Note - Thats not necessarily true, he may have offered to resign but on his terms)

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Exactly. It is hardly a resignation if the employer has to pay you a years salary is it. If you resign you just go, Period. He is a joke.

struth

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I have to start by saying that of late I have wished for a new and more tactically aware manager to take the helm of our club. I also grew up in the McCoist era and witnessed many happy days and lots of goals. I also have had the chance of meeting him a few times so I guess have many of you but all this said I have to say I am fairly sick at the level of hatred and accusations of greed that have been levelled at our manager, and all time record goal scorer. The club I loved and the best fans in the world would not be reacting the way you are towards a man who's blood is bluer than most if it wasn't for the spins at the top. It has disgusted me of late that with all the goings on at our club at boardroom level we feel fit to attack the manager who has (yes been highly/over paid) has a 75% win rate under themes difficult of circumstances ever faced by an employee of Rangers. he has had to be all things to all people Ibrox related and has done on the whole a sterling job. When you consider that he has been operating under the control of gangsters and fraudsters I consider he has done a great job of holding onto key players and trying to maintain a Rangers standard at the club. I hope that when the truth all comes out people will agree that he maybe wasn't the greatest manager in the world but his blood runs blue and we would have been in a far darker place without him. I hope the fans show some respect tonight.

BallochBlue

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After this crap tonight he should go in the morning & take the lot with him shocking. the last one out put the lights aff.

Mcc the knife

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It is a scandal, c'mon does he think we're all thick, he, s going to get his big prize, a wad o cash

Dougdunlop

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He doesn't think you are all thick - he just doesn't give a toss what you think. Come on bears has the penny not dropped! Talk about blind faith

HH_Joe

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13 Dec 2014 20:17:42
He Should have been Sacked instead of WALKING AWAY, The guy is Never a Manager anyone who knows a bit about Football Could have won those last to leagues My God Rangers has the 2nd Biggest Wage bill in Scotland never mind Winning the 3rd and 2nd leagues should have been doing much better in Cups also.

Gnw 2012

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12 Dec 2014 13:34:52
ALLY MCCOIST HAS RESIGNED. ssn AT 13. 30.

DOIGER

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12 Dec 2014 14:19:45
he offered his resignation, that does not mean he is gone.

NothingButTheStruth

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Publicity stunt? He resigns but stays in charge? And if he has resigned, or offered to, why does the club have to pay him anything, as has been reported (From BBC "The 52-year-old has a 12-month rolling contract with the Glasgow club, who are refusing to comment at present. ") And as Ally doesn't do walking away. but now is. what made him do it? What news is around the corner that made him walk?

mo89

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Not been confirmed, but some reports saying he will stay till the end of the season. I don't know how that works if he has resigned, but there ya go.

footyfan1971

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11 Dec 2014 10:23:47
oh and I forgot to mention in case anyone was wondering what was in it for laxey, ashley will pay them a nice bonus when shares are transfrred to him eoin pierson

oorpie

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OP: who is eoin pierson?
Has Eoin Jess married the actress Emma Pierson and taken her surname?

STYAB

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Styab: eoin pierson is my name the op

oorpie

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11 Dec 2014 17:48:49
Oorpie:If that were to transpire it would certainly do me.Ever since Ashley got more involved I've stated I have no objection to the man, IF outright ownership of the club is his eventual aim.I have heard otherwise re crightons flight from the club,I hear Laxey want out before all the shares/assets etc get tied up or frozen due to these court cases.I hope your sources are better than two sparks and roofers that have heard this or that from this guy who's house they're working on in Newton Mearns.

gkk

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11 Dec 2014 10:11:18
morning all, regarding the departure of norman crighton I posted on here a couple of weeks ago that I had heard from a good source that laxey partners were planning to signifanctly up their stake in rangers to at least 50 percent, a member of their high command, ian wright is taking charge and will be the new chief executive, I have since heard that it will be done in conjuction with mike ashley, laxey don't have the wealth to take rangers forward but have done a deal with ashley where he will bankroll them to buy the shares and when he sells newcastle shares will be transferred to him and he will be in control. personally I hope its true but I no longer allow myself to get my hopes up. thank you eoin pierson darlington loyal

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10 Dec 2014 09:53:29
Norman Crighton has left his non-executive director role at Rangers. Announded this morning to Stock Exchange. I wonder if there is anything sinister behind this? Not sure exactly what he did!

DOIGER

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10 Dec 2014 10:34:36
He was Laxeys man on the board, he has the fear due to the police now looking at Charles Green, Laxey have got cold feet as it is reflecting badly on the investors. They are going to move their money elsewhere. because with it will go Sandy Easedales veto. I expect King or Kennedys to purchase the Laxey shares and to sack the board.

nothingbutthestruth

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Doiger it's what he never did that you should have posted mate he never did an awful lot, especially when it came to helping the club.

George123

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08 Dec 2014 09:26:01
Story in today's Daily Record stating that police are not only investigating why Charles Green was chosen as the preferred bidder to take over Rangers but also where the cash disappeared to following the share issue. With Whyte already charged with fraud perhaps Green will find himself in the dock as well. Meanwhile Mr King, are you watching all this and what is happening to our team with crowds on the wane? It is about time you put your money where your mouth is and give all us loyal bluenoses a happy Christmas!

DOIGER

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Doig I have posted on here today I did warn about all this near 2 years ago now in flyer handed out at Ibrox "The Old Firm Long Firm" it listed exactly the 2 frauds being done at Ibrox sadly too many factions at Rangers ffs back then people were 75% stading up for mccoist as a MANAGER lmfao impossible to convince people what was going on, thankfully the coppers go on FACTS and they will all be charged I hope especially Green and Stockbridge they were biggest money thieves after Whyte. george

george

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Why are yous all waiting about on what happens to green and white and whoever else. It ain't going to solve ure problems. I have seen no protests or nothing outside ibrox. Nothing. All I've seen is protests about yes and no vote. U should put more effort into ure club than all this other stuff u rant about. Seriously u's have done nothing. No petitions no protests nothing. Just ranting on here. i'm sorry but it's true.

martybhoy1

{Ed039's Note - Its true because there are so many different factions wishing to represent the fans Marty, if there was one body to get behind I think things may be different but its not, and what you said is very true)

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Marty. wees lmfao. wees some of us anyway realised it was pointless as the only way to get rid of criminals which thees people are is the police which is now the process happening. Celtic only had to get rid of a family of persons criminals are professional at this and it is very difficult to beat them especially when your own mamnager constantly backs them which confuses and splits the support. had you had Kenny Dalgleish and Chalie Nick supporting the old regime you might have found it harder!. talk is cheap action is more important I passed on what I knew to polis ages ago. george

george

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08 Dec 2014 19:31:03
Good reply George. Just sit back and let police deal with it. Good one. Such passion u have.

martybhoy1

{Ed039's Note - I think letting the police deal with the matters George has referenced would probably be the sensible thing to do Marty)

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So u's couldn't protest outside ibrox to get someone to speak to u. U don't hear anything because u make no noise.

martybhoy1

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Dude you clearly do not know me I mailed on here for months two years ago and stood outside Ibrox waiting for a start of a protest 'movement' ten people turned up, I decided due the the amount of separate factions supporting Rangers at the time it was futile to attempt anything along those lines due to one major factor ally mccoist supported these crooks every last one of them them acted dumb when they shafted us, you cannot unify a support when one of it's major heroes is part of the problem, if I had the power I would have 2.4million taken off mccoist as part of the theft in that he has earned it under false pretence of being a manager!. . polis are now dealing with it I hope. george

george

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Hi I have a question as an outsider? Even thought there are different factions all trying to set the agenda. Why can't they all sit down together and find some common ground to get some momentum and togetherness? I appreciate there will be differing thoughts but surely they can agree on enough things to move forward as a group/movement? It isn't a time for any egos or wanting to be seen as the savour of the club. Its time to put differences aside and do what needs to be done? Is it not?

Kwaj

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09 Dec 2014 06:03:29
Exactly what I was trying to say Kwaj. Ull get same reply as me. We can't do it or the police will deal with it. To used to being spoon fed. They are all waiting on this night in shining armour. Basically waiting on the easy option out. Don't get why they can't protest to get an easdsle or Ashley or his puppet to cum out speak. Just the same answer from them all. Sit and wait til we have no club. They haven't even protested to get manager sacked. Most other clubs do. Not rangers. Just go wi it because we are lazy.

martybhoy1

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Its not as if the clues or signs were not there. greene and whyte trying to ruin rangers
if u wrote that in a book they d say it was a far fetched story. am just waiting for mr gold to come in now. or perhaps rumple stilskin. u just would not be surprised at the soap opera that is rangers

whscotsman

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No point to a protest they still won't change or listen. Only way to rid the bandits is to stay away. Protests outside of Sport Direct Shops and Gyms, Boycott of McGill's is the only way to get Ashley and Easedales attentions. Now today our chairman admits they lied about the last match attendance 18,000 and not 26, 500 as reported at the time. The lowest attendance at ibrox since 1986 I believe.

nothingbutthestruth

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08 Dec 2014 07:14:15
Anyone heard the latest one about Lewis Mc Leod was told MA took him as part of the security for the extra £1m loan, so if he goes MA get the profit. Might be a load of bull but what did uncle take for the extra £1m loan???

mullad

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08 Dec 2014 10:52:06
would not surprise me one little bit ashley in it for him self in my opinion lewis will be sold to Newcastle and we will hardly receive a penny at least the police are now investigating green this is plus point

craigs8688

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Mullad I thought Ashley offered up the other million cause Kennedy offered the 3million loan and the board could have got into trouble through excepting a loan less good than mr Kennedy s loan unless I red it wrong

George123

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Lambias was suppose to be livid when he found out the £2m loan would not cover wages/expenses. The board asked for £2m then had to admit to MA man it wasn't enough for last month bills

mullad

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08 Dec 2014 05:23:17
Rangers are set to bring over several Japanese fringe internationalists in the transfer window. Sources in Futamori confirmed that at least five players from Japanese side Sagan Tosu are poised to make the switch in loan deals till the end of the season. Mike Ashley s contacts through a Sports Direct have paved the way for the deals which Ashley hopes will secure Rangers return to the top flight. Expect another couple of players to head North from Newcastle United also.

Well In the know

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What next players from the sub continent oh wait we tried that one. We need to find £8m just to see out the season and MA £3m pay back. If we can't get promoted with the 53 pro players we are paying then let's pack up and chuck it

mullad

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To Mullad
Nicely said

HQ

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Mulled it's not the support that should chuck it. its these people running our once proud club

George123

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Fringe international players yeah ok on the verge of collapse but we are going to bring in few Japanese players good rumour batman did the players appear on Banzai because that's sort of laughing stock. we have become

stiv65

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08 Dec 2014 01:45:49
Ashley and co to give McCoist an ultimatum, either change your back room team or your out. Look for old hands like Jeffries and Jimmy Nichol, to be in the frame as replacements for current backroom staff. The board still see McCoist as the last resort to keep the dwindling support on side.

Ted_Jons Pal

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No chance. No manager would allow others to pick their background team

Well In the know

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My best pal is the captain of Dunfermline and says there's no chance of his manager leaving them as this rumour is pure and utter garbage

South side bear

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My mate blah, blah, blah, I posted a roomer believe it or not, let's see how it pans out over the comming weeks.

Ted_Jons Pal

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07 Dec 2014 10:33:04
ALLY McCOIST 'POISED TO RESIGN'

Ally McCoist's future is in doubt amid reports he is poised to resign as Rangers boss.

saw the above on a web site
what you think bears

true-blue

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Can only hope

Inverbear

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I am a huge mccoist fan but even I think it is time for him to go he will always be a legend for his playing and for sticking by the club but unfortunately his managerial skills let him down for example playing our best centre half as a right back and best central midfielder on the left when we have a great winger on the bench and one out on loan

agbroxi

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Oops!! I just saw a flock of pigs flying past my window!!
The web sites you saw are all dated from 2012 amid the turmoil.
This is meant to be a genuine rumours page, not fantasy islans

wee bill

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No wee bill it was dated 12th dec 2014

true-blue

{Ed039's Note - Must have delorean in the driveway because today is the 7th December)

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If you can get us next weeks lottery numbers along with the euro millions then this could be used to see us through till the end of the season. What do you say true blue?

Jyf

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07 Dec 2014 19:41:48
If he walks away then he deserves a huge thank you as hopeful gives the full place a lift.
Its getting a bit annoying listen to his excuses every single time there is points dropped if its not the press fault its the boardrooms fault. If he worked in the Real world like the rest of us then His manager would have Sacked him LONG ago.

GnW2012

{Ed039's Note - I am not one for defending him but I have never heard him blame the press or the boardroom for results not going right, maybe I am wrong)

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05 Dec 2014 14:05:03
Heard from my m8 whos dad is cousin yo sandy and james easdale if ally goes tim sherwood in the frame what you think fellow bears

johnboy28

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Meh! I'd rather someone who knows the club and genuinely wants to do well for the supporters. like ally but with half a clue!

GovanFront7

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Heard form mates mate,,,,, its in fact Timmy, Mallet.
What the thoughts.

ALLY

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06 Dec 2014 16:20:54
I think with what I and other people have heard if he goes it will be someone cheap and easy option, ie McCall or Butcher. But he will not leave why would you walk away for over £1Million pounds

GnW2012

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30 Nov 2014 17:13:02
Seen Ally saying ashley have given him the green light to loan some of newcastle's youngsters, McCoist has been to youth teams and will report back to Llambias about the availability of some.

LeeBoy12

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Meant youth games but okay, We're talking as young as 1997 here with young striker Callum Roberts being mentioned

LeeBoy12

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Think st mirren got their best 2 last season, if we can't win this league with 53 players why bring more in oh and the team that's 9 clear has a wage bill about a sixth of ours

mullad

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01 Dec 2014 11:52:46
Begs thr question as to why mccoist is willing to allow a talented young player such as telfer to join utd.

david c

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Rangers offered Telfer a contact he declined simple

LeeBoy12

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Why even let Ally loose in a other transfer window
Need we forget his signing have made rangers a laughing stock.

GnW2012

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04 Dec 2014 14:42:09
Had an interesting chat with someone who I will not name but does work as a community coach at rangers who reckons that the young lad telfer has the potential to go further in the game than lewis mcleod. Hardly surprising given that charlie telfer has today won spfl young player award. Yet another young talent that our manager fails to recognise! Telfer new his chances at ibrox were limited and wisely decided to join a club with a manager who knows what he is doing! THE SOONER MCCOIST IS OUT THE BETTER!

david c

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@LeeBoy12. Rangers only offered Telfer a contract AFTER he had been in discussions and all but agreed to move to DUFC. Rangers FORGOT that his contract was expiring. That's how much they cared for the boy

StEddy

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Newcastle don't have the depth of squad to loan Rangers anyone that could make a difference.

Well In the know

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28 Nov 2014 14:33:46
What time is this piece of trash in court. Can someone update us all ASAP.

DIAMOND

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The person appeared in court this afternoon and has just been bailed.

david c

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28 Nov 2014 08:11:37
Mark Wotte is a shock candidate for the director of football role at Rangers, after leaving his post as SFA performance director.

david c

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28 Nov 2014 08:58:33
Good move in my opinion, if it's true.

BallochBlue

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Someone with a football brain.

Mcc the knife

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28 Nov 2014 14:42:01
How can rangers pay off low paid staff and then take on a high end wage earner. This is morally wrong in my opinion. I earn a decent living wage for me and my wife to live a reasonably steady and comfortable working class life. It sickens me that low earning people are dumped not only at this time of year but at any time of year. let's get in house at Rangers fixed before we bring in more high earners, or better still let's get rid of the high earners that are there who don't contribute to the well being of the club.

OCRSC

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Mark Wotte. what. A coincidence when all of a sudden they need loads of dosh. they come out with this. aye right. lambs to the slaughter once again.

gary

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27 Nov 2014 05:39:56
Whyte ARRESTED at last down Mexico way!

Xmas going to be a wee bit better now if only Ally go arrested too for trades description contravention in trying to say him and Durrant plus baldy are a "Management Team" lmfao. george

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Former Rangers owner Craig Whyte has arrived back in the United Kingdom after being detained in Mexico.

The 43-year-old landed at London Heathrow Airport on Thursday afternoon and was met by the authorities.

He will be transported north to appear at Glasgow Sheriff Court on Friday.

struth

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You let yourself down there George, comparing Ally with white then getting personal with McDowall, support your team man and keep your childish insults to yourself.

Jyf

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JYF, having read some of your posts. you're not right in the head!

Brendan1965

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Let's have Whyte and the rest of them in court including some of those cited to appear like David Murray.

We might just start to get the truth of how Rangers ended up in the hands of jokers and thieves. Who are incapable of either telling the management to inspire the players or to leave and allow the club to find a management team who are capable and confident.

DIAMOND

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Cheaper to sack durrant orMcDowell so as mccoist would have no choice but to resign out of loyalty to his so called coaches

Dougdunlop

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Eehhh do you honestly believe Murray is not involved in this somewhere. a guy that checks into your family background if you apply for a job didn't check out whyte. don't think so.

gary

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24 Nov 2014 14:58:35
Burnley, Newcastle and villa are rumoured to be interested in McLeod, with Burnley contacting rangers.

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25 Nov 2014 08:20:36
If Newcastle bought McLeod I would be very suspicious of any deal done due to MA's links to both clubs. Straight away I'm thinking conflict of interest and would not be convinced we would get the best price.

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24 Nov 2014 11:13:28
heard on the grapevine that ian wright who is a senior executive with laxey partners has instructed the board to sack mccoist if we lose to kilmarnock this weekend, he has also put himself forward as the new chief executive and wants laxey to significantly increase their shareholding to at least 50 percent, with ashley and the easedales as the only other shareholders so they can silence dave king for good. they believe in the potential of the club and want rangers back in champions league asap. might be nonsense but I will tell you my source anyway, my wifes uncle is best friends with raj chatha who is a well known tycoon on the isle of man. obscure source yes but i'm just forwarding what I've heard. thank you eoin pierson.

oorpie

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24 Nov 2014 12:27:59
7/2 on kilmarnock is a punt not to be ignored. Rangers are unbackable against anyone!

david c

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24 Nov 2014 15:03:33
Im no lover of McCoist's tactics but I think some are being a tad dramatic. We won 8 on the bounce 1 draw in a game the board, not McCoist was ordered to play before being taken apart by an undefeated Hearts team who only Chelsea I believe have an equal record in the UK this season. The players need to take a long hard look at themselves. I think we have the players just to much of the old pals act. Black and McCulloch should be left out, Zaliukskas is fit again and should join McGregor at centre back. McLeod and Law should be centre mid with Templeton on 1 side and Shiels on the other. What really annoyed me was when we went a goal down to Hearts right away we nearly score, why was the effort not there for the time before their goal. McCoist needs to end the old pals act and toughen up on this group of players.

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We were by far the better team on Saturday 1st half even start of second until super ally's tactical change to take of a forward to replace him with a defender and invite them on to us that to me has happened far too often and cost us dearly I love mccoist he was a hero during his playing days stuck by us through thick and thin but there comes a time when we need to change I really hope ally proves me wrong for what he has did for club. Also I have heard he would budge for less than £1 million pay off if that's true then I'm afraid he's not the man I thought he was

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24 Nov 2014 05:14:27
A guy was talking in the boozer earlier, don't no if he was burst or not I wasn't there, but the guy said to one of my sons Billy McKinlay has been approached over becoming new manager. Nonesense no doubt but there it is.

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22 Nov 2014 09:41:37
According to today's Daily Record, Dave King has released an email that proves the Easdale's sought assurances about their positions on the Board in the event of accepting King's consortium's takeover bid being accepted. The Easdale's spokesmen has apparently said that no further comment will be made. Other names associated with King's bid have also been released. Lying cheats the Easdales.

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20 Nov 2014 15:41:56
If there is any legally minded people on here can u please explain this that someone has just put on a social network site here goes, R. F. C 2012 formerly the rangers football club company number ac004276. Notice is hereby given pursuant to rule 4. 13 of the insolvancy (scotland) rules 1986 that the annual meeting of creditors of the above named company will be held within the merchants house Glasgow on the 9th December 2014 at 10am for the purposes of receiving the liquidators account of the winding up.
James Bernard Stephen
Joint liquidator.
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r.f

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R. f
I am not legally minded but I think this is self-explanatory mate
BDO, the liquidators, are having a meeting as is required by the insolvency rules and have invited all the creditors of RFC 2012 to give them an update on the winding up proceedings, be interesting to see what they tell the creditors though

JG

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21 Nov 2014 09:33:49
Cheers jg got myself into a panic get it now.
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r.f

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BDO got £24m settlement from collyer bristow and creditors will be paid from the money

bigtrfc

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No danger that will be happening

Kirkcaldy loyal

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Nothing will be paid out til after the big tax case, BDO asked for £24m but they settled out of court so doubt very much if they got £24m

mullad

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BDO asked for £50 million mate but settled for £24m

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18 Nov 2014 16:08:48
On ssn. Craig Whyte arranging to return to UK to help police with their enquiries.

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18 Nov 2014 16:30:28
some good news at last will believe it when i see him in uk tho i hope to god he starts telling the authorities what they need to no especially about that other chancrer green

craigs8688

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I suspect he will be flying in to sing like a canary to save his own skin.

Blueice

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Trying to show he has nothing to hide. Walter Mitty rides again. Alleged greed of a not to clever selfish individual eventually catches up with him. He must be s***ting himself.

SCOTTG65

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I will believe it when see it. This guy has an alternative agenda if he ever does turn up. I bet he has tapes of all transactions and is willing to do a trade off. I can't wait to see th Hollywood blockbuster of this as you could not ake this up.

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18 Nov 2014 06:25:41
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18 Nov 2014 05:27:33
Am I dreaming?

Did I just read on BBC News Collyer Bristow ( Craig W's lawyer ) have settled out of court to pay the Liquidator 24mill?

Very suprised no one else has posted this as has been a news item since 5PM today.

This is on top of the charges in court today for the 4 arrested last week.

Will the truth finally becoming to the surface or has Collyer Bristow settled to pay for their silence for being involved?

You also have to ask who else are the Liquidators or Police persuing?

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18 Nov 2014 07:09:06
Its the BBC that says £24m BDO say they settled out of court so it could be a lot lower. No creditor will get a penny of it til the big tax case is finally settled,and that will take years yet. I've said on here before HMRC will take it all the way to England that's always been the plan

mullad

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How far will this whole thing go, arrests, 24 million compensation and then there's Charles Greens takeover and the current board. Did whytes tapes not implicate Charles green in this whole affair?. More front page news to come I expect and I just hope rangers can survive this. Troubled times ahead.

PB1

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It is £24m and they plan to make an initial payment to creditors in Q1 next year. Their report is available online now

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17 Nov 2014 13:55:52
Heard from a usually good, reliable source last night that the word from inside ibrox is that both mike ashley & derek llambias are seriously considering making dennis wise director of football at rangers and sacking ally mccoist & all his coaching team & replacing him with gianfranco zola as the new rangers head coach/manager, I do know ashley & wise are very friendly, don't shoot me down fellow muckers, I'm only sharing with you what I've been told, what's all other rangers fans thoughts on this piece of news/rumour if you like? ?

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It would be nice to see a new management in place because clearly ally isn't getting the best out these boys. But I don't see this one happening.

GovanFront7

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17 Nov 2014 21:18:37
Hypathetically, what do my fellow bears think should happen if we lose at tynecastle. Personally I would have given ally his jotters after throwing away all those points to celtic. This nonsense has gone on for too long. I will not be returning to ibrox until mccoist is gone!

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16 Nov 2014 17:46:36
Murray's £1 sale to whyte did NOT include Ibrox and Auchenhowie.

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Hi Billyb

If you are correct and I am not on here to question your reasons for stating this.

Then the share issue from Green and co must be looked into with afine tooth combe.

If they were listing assets that did not belong in the share offer the police will have to make arrests for fraud.

But if SDM does own the assets he would have said so by now.

Tune in to next weeks excitng installment of the con of the century!!!!!!!!



DouneBear

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Billy B can't believe that mate we all know CW is a con man but why take on all the debt that could have come from the big tax case and another debts shown in BDO (number of creditors). Take all that on for a football team with no stadium or training ground.

mullad

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Billy b your way of the mark with that one bank of scotland lifted their security to allow all assets to go to whyte for the pound from murray once they had reiceived the 18m from whyte via ticketus this is where the major fraud liess because at that stagge whyte did not control rangers or the right to season ticket monies because whyte had to show the bank of scotland and murray that the money was in whytes lawyers client account

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16 Nov 2014 08:10:10
Rangers are interested in Tranmere's Max Power.

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16 Nov 2014 03:38:22
I see the police are also looking at Charles green and his consortium during and after he bought the club, things will get very interesting in this whole affair,

Billy06

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It's pretty Brutal, every day you open the paper there is something else about us in it. When will it all end?

GovanFront7

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Custodial sentences or fines will not bring our club as we knew it back. so what's the point, all fans should go back and watch them

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Billy I came up to try and expose the 2 frauds I believed were perpetrated at/to Rangers a long timre ago. The first is one obviously coming to a head with what I hope will be a trial and convictions. Firstly the downside, these people are professional at this lark, they are linked to many many other questionable liquidations/asset striping and more importantly redistribution of the cash they can remove from every possible source of the "asset" until it is deemed ready for handing to the administrators, in this case the administrators are part of the fraud. The more smoke and mirrors/paperwork they generate makes it so complex the burden of proof for courts is hard to get a conviction (this is why the police have taken 2 years to bring this to court). On a positive side they appear to have concrete proof linking at least one of the 4 persons to prior involvement in the purchase of Rangers by CW. If the sentences being banded about can be shown to these 4 as a reality (5-7 years potentially), then you may see someone grassing the others. My nomination for that would be Whyte when they catch him he will be the most likely to cave in he is also likely to have tape recording linking Green/Ahmad/Stockbridge et all to the 2nd stage of the 'fraud' CG and co striping vast quantities of cash from the Rangers bank to associates that i voiced countless times for "consultation" fees, there is I know evidence linking Stockbridge and a former secretary to 300k invoice to a "consultant" that carried out NO SUCH WORK (this is where the 2nd stage of the 'fraud' becomes fraudulent scheme the intentional stripping of cash by directors for no seeming gain to the club. if they can prove this), this again is possibly a major problem for the 2nd lot of persons. The best we can hope for is the first gang of 4 and Whyte get guilty and drag Green and Co down with them. any sign of this happening will see the current regime possibly panic and finally offer King/Kennedy etc a deal to buy them out. my belief is that Green has been involved all along as puppet master hence Mather/Stockbridge/Ahmad/Easdales all still being involved with Rangers after Green supposedly left and ALL linked directly to Green. I hope and pray we get rid of them and get our football club back and finally have some honesty and pride restored to Glasgow Rangers we as fans did not deserve the last 2 years. RTID. george

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