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27 Oct 2014 11:42:00
Mccoist called into meeting by the Easedales today to be sacked or forced to tender his resignation. Just a rumour I have heard. What do you think?

js54rfc

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Greaseddales says Rangers not changing manager

Mcc the knife

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27 Oct 2014 13:28:02
Easedale says no agenda on changing the manager. This is nonsense in his statement this afternoon to the BBC. Sandy Easedale is a hypocrit. He and his brother brough in Wallace and Nash and because they stood and said "No" to Ashley that his interests in the club were not the best for the business they are now firewood. Why don't James and Sandy fall on their sword and take responsability for the failures, always quick to blame Green's tenure. And how does Sandy Easedale know so much about the Ashley deal when he is on the football board only. Governance is atrocious share holders should call for a police investigation.

nothingbutthestruth

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27 Oct 2014 14:51:53
Cant see it as he's just been on 2 t. v news programs saying the sacking or removal of the manager is not on the agenda.
r. f

r.f

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As soon as I put my post on, I seen the news confirming my rumour as being false.

Is that the dreaded vote of confidence though from Easedale?

js54rfc

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I really really really hope that Ally gets kept on as manager. But i'm biased, i'm a Hearts fan ;)

AllyB

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27 Oct 2014 08:51:08
Wallace resignation announced

JG

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27 Oct 2014 10:22:55
I reckon Wallace will seek damages, his position became compromised by the actions of his employers. The action of his other board members would see Rangers be vicariously liable. Take it from someone who deals with employment law, I think he would be succesfull his reputation has been tarnished and he has been undermined. The £2M loan from Ashley could end up in Wallaces pocket for damages. You better believe he will be given hush money. Wallace knows stuff the remaining board won't want the fans to know.

nothingbutthestruth

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I'm also hearing a rumour today that Mccoist has been called into a meeting with the Easdales to either be sacked or resign. Anybody else heard this?

js54rfc

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Nbts calm down mate, is it no possible he's been pumped because he never performed?

JG

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27 Oct 2014 08:04:44
Wallace resigns I hope he spills the beans. as long as the greaseddales are involved in our club I am finished going.

Mcc the knife

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He won't
he'll line his pockets and disappear into the sunset

bil72

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26 Oct 2014 21:52:28
Well done to the winners of the October Correct Score Competition
1st - tomhen 32 pts
2nd - rosowl 29 pts
3rd - ormerodm 28 pts

The page has now been updated for the start of the November comp - Good luck to everyone and a reminder it is open for everyone to join in.

Cheers
Ed 003

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26 Oct 2014 13:05:39
Was told last night that the Ashley deal will not cost the man a penny, the money will come out of Rangers retail pot the money we have put in with buying strips, and other merchandise. This is money that will come to the club as per contract but Ashley letting use it now and looking a hero. I said on here on many occasions that the club is not viable in it present form we need £16m to made to the end of the season so next year we will need £32m in loans to survive, its just not going to work. All we want is investment in the club BUT we are overspending in ever department, we have to go back to the drawing board. 95% of the clubs in Scotland live within their means WHY can't we. I know its not happened this season but players and staff in hotels the afternoon/evening before a game is just a waste of money to try and make us look like the big club we used to be, the same as cancelling games because dean sheilds is in the Northern Ireland squad, this is ally saying look at this big club, we need to grow up grow a pair and face facts

mullad

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26 Oct 2014 14:17:03
Well written m8

tommy45

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Cheers tommy it's from the heart but using the head too. We can't survive this way looking for loans and investments every month or so remember it's just over 40 days since we got over £3m from a share issue plus £2m from Ashley (well maybe not read my post above) that's over £5m in 40 days and it will be gone soon- Aberdeen won't spend half that much in a season. I would go for admin 2 and hope we can rid our self off some players/staff/ Do we still have a bus driver on over a grand a week ??????? think about it guy these good Rangers men I right

mullad

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Quite agree.

DIAMOND

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Just to add about these GOOD Rangers men has anyone ever heard anyone who never looked at their contract before signing it ?????? then agree to half the wage you didn't know you had in the 1st place- where else would ally and his cohorts get this gig for these wages all GOOD Rangers men

mullad

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This loan is for 6 months apparently ?

So in 6 months, how do they pay back the £2m ?

The loan is secured on assets, one being what could be described as a fantastic area for development.

So in 6 months, when Rangers can't pay back the £2m, Mike Ashley then gets the car park land and another building that is also in the agreement ?

So he's got land worth more than the £2m he "paid" for it.

Then what ?

Seeing as the Easedales have been supporters of his, do they get anything out of it ? You know, preferential sale rate for part of the land or the building for one of their many business' ?

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26 Oct 2014 10:37:28
The newspaper also reports that the club has rubbished reports that it was only 48 hours from administration.
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I hope when wallace goes he lifts the lid on all the going on's at ibrox. if i had 1 question, it would be. what was easdales take on king and kennedy offers, keeping in mind the club had no money. i think it would go like, so sandy to good offers we can't refuse, all say aye. sandy. no comment.

laudrup22

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26 Oct 2014 13:29:02
Would be interesting !
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r.f

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I don't beleive anything that board say especially the greasedales.

Mcc the knife

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26 Oct 2014 10:06:55
A newspaper reporting that there's not much the people at sfa/spfl could do about dual ownership and uefa would only get involved if Rangers & Newcastle were involved in the same Euro comp.
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If possible i would like sfa to see rangers books, king never got to see them on 2 takeover attemps. wonder why?mabye because the hidden men would be in there. after all that's happend, the board said they would open better dialog with fans. they can't even stand on the steps at ibrox and explain why they took mk offer over to better ones?how the easdales can show there face in public is beyond me.

laudrup22

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26 Oct 2014 13:46:39
Again same newspaper also saying ashley had an undertaking reached 3 year ago involving him the club & the sfa that he would own no more than 10% of the club the agreement was put in place to protect Rangers and avoid another whyte disaster at the club.
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25 Oct 2014 14:23:05
Radio reporting in the wake of the ashley deal that a senior source at Ibrox has told them that Rangers we're 48 hours from administration and that administrators had been contacted.
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r.f

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Don't believe it probably to make it look like Ashleys our saviour

jhd

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I was wondering who would be the first to reject this snippet of news based on the fact that the BBC reported it and it doesn't fit in with what they want to believe.

STYAB

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If its true why was king and Kennedys money not good enough the senior source who reported it is probably easdale we are not daft and had enough

jhd

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If this was true why not accept investment from king, Murray and let ham rather than borrow money when the club was 48hrs from admin and why would Ashley be so desperate to loan money to a club on the brink of administration if they maybe unable to pay back that loan.
If you think people would disagree with the story on the back of it coming from the bbc or that it doesn't fit in with what they believe then you obviously haven't looked at the facts unlike the majority of people on here who have been warning you about Ashley, the weaseldales, green, whyte etc for the last 3 years

northger

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@jhd, it's a bit naive to think that there are not other reasons why they didn't accept money from King or Kennedy. Ashley is probably in cahoots with the current board. King and Kennedy would probably want to upset the apple cart.

@northger, if you want your posts to be taken seriously by me, quit using stupid playground names for people you don't like.

STYAB

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Sorry STYAB,

Predictive text can be so helpful sometimes and also so accurate. Is it james or sandy I'm speaking to by the way.

I would take you more seriously if you actually had anything sensible to say.

northger

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25 Oct 2014 19:10:35
More poison fed to the press by toxic Jack Irvine. I sent back my season ticket today with a covering letter simply saying "not fit for purpose" This is no longer the Rangers I have supported for 35 years, this is a tribute run by scammers and fraudsters. I won't be back until Easedales gone.

nothingbutthestruth

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Norther and nothinbuthestruth we'll in to both posts

Pablos

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A few points here fellow bears:
Mike Ashley has shown the colour of his money - other people Dave King etc did not ! Mike Ashley has now effectively made himself responsible for Rangers FC -Our club will not go into Administration now whether we as the fan base like or support Mike Ashley as h it would not be in his interests to allow it - Unlike the other shysters we have had he has the financial ability to prevent another disastrous period at the club - I am a season ticket holder who didn't stay away, what does staying away achieve - absolutely nothing, we now collectively have to get behind Mike Ashley and hopefully he takes our great club forward - Looking at it from a head not heart scenario I think this is what we needed - other so called fans have had numerous chances to show the colour of their money but have failed miserably to do so - Mike Ashley has waited to pounce at the right moment, that fellow bears is what hugely succesful businessmen do who actually have the cash they are supposed to. I also feel the departure of Wallace and Nash will be no loss to us. Heres hoping we are finally on the way to a sound future.

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Greg202. what cloud have you been hiding in? If you believe MA is going to take our club forward?
He is a money man a "making "money man. not a losing one. Rangers have a huge fan base and as such MA like he did at Newcastle will always be happy making millions from the merchandise side of the club. He will not and has a proven record on this, bankroll our club in anyway. WE will make him money not the other way round. yet again some of our support think we "have a sugar dad" in place who loves us greatly. That is not the case with MA he only likes,,,,, himself.

ALLY

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Ally, I don't think for one minute Mike Ashley is a sugar dad, I am not that stupid, but he is a highly succesful legitimate businessman who obviously sees an opportunity for himself, of course why not, but he doesn't need to skim or scam money from our club like the other shysters who have been hovering - he will invest with other shareholders to get the club on a sound footing and back to where we belong and then he can make more money! otherwise he would have no need to invest - he's not particularly short of cash like previous w*****s who needed to raid the club as they had no other visible source of income

greg202

{Ed001's Note - he doesn't need to but that is exactly what he does at Newcastle.}

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Well ED let's take into account the 7 signings Newcastle made in August - who funded that - yes whether you like it or not it was Ashley, also the scouting system he has funded at NUFC, brought in young players for small money the sold them 2 or 3 seasons later for big money, that's business, I think Ashley is not bad news - give it some time and if I am wrong you are all welcome to lambast me from the highest buildings in London - until I am proved wrong just think of the 48 hours we were away from Administration, and don't come back and bore me about Brian Kennedy et al who always seem to be there at the last moment but produce nothing - why don't they step forward if they are serious players in the weeks leading up to this latest fiasco ! while i am on here Paul Murray and Dave King were on the previous board which failed miserably, that's why Ashley did not even talk to them - let us be thankful bears that we have secured funding and hope for the best, and by the way just think about every c****c s**t kit that Sports Direct sell its potentially going into our coffers ha ha !

greg202

{Ed001's Note - he did no such thing, the club funded them through sales. Why lie about it? He never funded the scouting system either, the club did. What do you intend to achieve by making up crap? Sports Direct provide no funding at all, nor do they pay for turning St James' Park into a massive billboard for their crap.}

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Right ED i will reply one last time, remember we are talking about business here, so NUFC the club funded the scouting system and the signings - who funds the club, doh! THE OWNER and do not accuse me of lying - NUFC are in a far superior position now than with any of the previous owners financially - we shall see what happens within the next few months, I at least am trying to be upbeat about it and not another doom and gloom everyone is trying to shaft us merchant ! The Blue Knights, Kennedy, Murray etc all had numerous chances and did SFA - positivity is now called for and unity - with that I've had my say many thanks to you all - look forward to the coming 90 days changes are afoot and for the better

greg202

{Ed001's Note - the fans fund the club, doh! You clearly have no idea what you are talking, so please go away and learn something. They are not in a far superior position, they are in major debt to their owner, which he could call in at any time or if something happened to him they would have to repay that debt. Also, they have no income from advertising hoardings or most of their merchandising, which instead goes to Sports DIrect. Only a fool or someone who is ignorant thinks Newcastle are in a stronger position due to Mike Ashley!}

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24 Oct 2014 18:24:06
Nash resigns, Ashley to get control with his own men on the board.

Mcc the knife

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When do u think we will see a mass and i mean a mass protest protest against these clowns running the club. surley now even with some of our fellow supporters going to ibrox will now stay away.

laudrup22

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Mcc the knife I also read that the loan from that special one, has got mr Wallace also to be removed as part of the deal, Ashley is another hitler imo

Pablos

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24 Oct 2014 15:03:39
Daily Record reporting that the board are considering an offer from Mike Ashley now that King is gone. It was always going to be the case as long Sandy Easdale is a Major shareholder (proxy vote as well) so wanting him off the board matters nothing as he can still pull the strings on it or off it.

G4ry

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24 Oct 2014 15:57:40
If the board sanction Ashley's conditions the fans will walk away. There will be no club for him to bleed money from.

NothingButTheStruth

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Where now from here? Stay away from ibrox? Sports direct and mcgills?

Inverbear

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24 Oct 2014 16:23:42
Mike Ashley has made an emergency loan offer, haven't we had enough of loans?

johncs

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24 Oct 2014 16:48:23
Brian Kennedy now made a counter offer to Ashley, reported it won't need boardroom approval.

johncs

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Must be going to be excepted why else would Phillip Nash resign.

soton bear

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Hi call me stupid if you want but why doesent Kennedy's offer need board approval

true-blue

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Inverbear
I already do all of the three thing you mentioned, but each to there own, only that person decided what you choose to do and you please don't be led !

Bongo

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23 Oct 2014 15:51:16
Does anyone know if king is still in Glasgow everything seems to have gone very quiet I thought we were to get a statement today, all very worrying.

soton bear

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I don't think its worrying i actually see it as a positive mabay he's having talks with easdale

Rossw01

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According to radio this morning. mr King away back to south africa - no deal done. ahley seems to be the problem. again.

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22 Oct 2014 01:04:40
ed just read dave king wil be making a statement on his rangers bid tomorrow after the liverpool game before he heads back to south africa i hope its good news

tmwtn

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I realy want to be optimistic on this going through. if the easdales have a shread of rangers best intrests they will have helped. if they blocked it, i would hope our fellow supporters see that they don't give a dam about rangers or what the fans think. i would hope a mass boycot of home games comes into play.

laudrup22

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I am 61 years old and been rangers daft as far back as I can remember and if the easdales block this then I for one will never be back at ibrox unless this sorry mess is sorted from elsewhere which I doubt very much

true-blue

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True-blue

im 60 I have been Rangers daft as far back as I can remember I have had a S/T for over 35 years shareholder in both companies but i'm with you if this is blocked and the Easdales and Ashley remain I will not return next year sad as that is but enough is enough

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22 Oct 2014 14:11:29
Hard to say, I optamistic because Dave King was invited to return to discuss the matter further. I can't see King returning to go through matters further if there was not already some informal agreement from the larger share holders.

nothingbutthestruth

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"after the Lpool game" !! WTF

he has to wait until he watches the Lpool game

seems like he is going to make his statement on the steps of the plane back to RSA, and say I tried my best but the big bad easdales widnae let me,

too little and far far too late King

JG

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22 Oct 2014 17:17:23
Rumour is Dave King will make a statement in the next few hours

gordy82

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Dave king in talks with sandy easdale looking good

true-blue

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Jg did it neveroccur to you he might be meeting somebody at annfield somebody that could be involved in his camp or in his interest thus in our interest

tmwtn

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Maybe he's at Anfield looking at players for supers January title push lol.

soton bear

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Soten bear any luck he could be looking out a new manager eh lol lol

tmwtn

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Well it looks like the brothers grimm have been told to veto Dave Kings move. I hope I am wrong but if not surely this has to trigger an out and out boycott of everything from matches to club stores to sports direct to mcgills buses!! But then again as a fan base we couldn't agree on the colour of poo so I guess we will trundle on at least for a while?!?!

BallochBlue

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King won't issue statment at the minute when talks are ongoing i would say no news is good news although i don't think it will happen in the short term

wull61

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According to BBC website King is indeed heading back to South Africa but has made a statement about Easdale, his offer and Ashley. Seems like Easdale is to mull over the offer and Ashley didn't respond to King's request to meet. If that is the sort of man Ashley is we certainly don't want him to take control.

DOIGER

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Doiger after reading about Ashley's. Greed at new ute we don't want him or his likes near our club mate

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20 Oct 2014 09:50:14
Im under the impression that we will know what's happening with the King takeover bid in the next few days. I really hope this can get pushed through as i dint know how much more of this i can take. King will need 75% of current sharholders to vote FOR a share dilution. Ashaley owns 9% with easdales having proxy rights over a further 26% so that's 35% in total. Now bears do any of you think that King has done a deal with either ashley the easedales or either margarita or blue pitch? Because if he hasn't spoke to them or sounded them out then i don't think there's anyway to get this deal accepted. What do you think fellow bears???????

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20 Oct 2014 12:18:21
Even if he gets agreement with the board they have to call an EGM (at least) giving four weeks notice ot effect a vote. Personally, I don't see a deal happening.

If DK does do a deal and puts in £16m for 51% he then has to offer all the other shareholders about 50p per share under the takeover code and I think there would be a lot of takers at the current price. That could mean finding another £25-40m with none of it going into the club.

I think this is all for show

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He doesn't need to offer 50p a share mate youve got that wrong. He just has to make AN OFFER of any kind. Why would he have to offer more treble what the shares are worth? because after a share issue that's what they will be worth.

Rossw01

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It's not just any old offer though. The takeover code is pretty clear that it is the highest price paid in the last 12 months that must be offered.

StEddy

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Rossw01 i can't see dave king going to all the hastle and expence and time unless he knows he will be involved in some way i also read else where that he has had talks with the unknown share holders but we will just have to wait eh surely we won't have to wait much longer cause the funds are running out at ibrox

tmwtn

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StEddy can you show us all the prof of this? I highly doubt this would be the case mate are you trying to tell me that if a company is about to go bust and there share price is at 2p and i went in and bought a controlling stake through a new share issue then i would have to offer all exsisting share holders the highest price the share has been so for example 3 quid a share if that's been the highest price? AGAIN i think youve got this one wrong but please prove me wrong give us a website or link to see this on.

Rossw01

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This is the section from Takeovers Directive (2004/25/EC) (the “Directive”) by means of Part 28 of the Companies Act 2006

The following is a brief summary of some of the most important Rules:

When a person or group acquires interests in shares carrying 30% or more of the voting rights of a company, they must make a cash offer to all other shareholders at the highest price paid in the 12 months before the offer was announced (30% of the voting rights of a company is treated by the Code as the level at which effective control is obtained).

FlyFifer

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Thanks for clearing that up FlyFifer. So this could infact cost King a fair bit more money

Rossw01

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Rossw01

Yip - an awful lot of money.

Note it also specifies "PERSON OR GROUP" which would prevent several people forcing through a takeover by stealth where none of them breach the 30% but their combined holdings were greater then 30%

FlyFifer

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Thanks FF. Sorry Ross, I've not been on today or I would have answered myself

StEddy

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If DK is serious about not giving a penny to the existing shareholders (Board) then they need a extra rights issue of 81,000,000 shares which he will buy up to get the 51% he wants buy he will then also need to offer to buy the original 81,000,000 shares at 50p a share so he will need to drum up £40, 500,000 for them as well !!!

Can't see him doing that somehow.

Who's going to finance him for that - it's noticeable that when he talks about investing, it's always as a front for other peoples money, not his own.

FlyFifer

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Flyfifer its always other peoples money phhh were are you reading that or as jg would say don't believe everything you read in the newspapers

tmwtn

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If dave king is allowed to get involved he is a business man he will not be going in with his eyes shut ffs

tmwtn

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17 Oct 2014 18:04:18
rumour going about Souness has always behind the scenes and in with Ashley& King with David Moyes in line for manager & part of investment team

ibrox4ever

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Can i get a glass o whit your on i would love to see souness at ibrox again but keep up with the swally

wull61

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Wull61
Souness is defo in the mix, but wants the correct ingredients ie Ashley, Kinig & a top manager (but no one on an ego trip) He brought Supper MO to the marble steps and into our family, so watch this space.

Key date Jan 15 and all will be revealed

ibrox4ever

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Think it will all have to be sorted long b4 Jan 15 mate.
r. f

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{Ed039's Note - Of course it will because there are wage bills to pay before hand. Plus if DK is to get 51% of shareholding through a share issue then they are going to propose this at the AGM which must be held before 31.12.14 - and before that to stave off administration)

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18 people here (and counting) must be taking some sort of drugs - David Moyes at Rangers? Get a grip. I have certainly heard the stories about Souness being involved but the rest is fairy story

JonnoSTB

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Jonnostb david moyes lol his name has obviosly cropt up because he said he was ready to make a return to football maybe santa clauss will get mentioned shortly cause his name usually surfaces about this time of year

tmwtn

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Hahahaha hahahahahaha made my day this post good lad

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17 Oct 2014 09:41:51
I have it on very good authority that the board will give Dave King a decision today 17/10/2014. King apparently gave them 7 days however they are ready to respond. I obviously have no inside info on the outcome but at double the going share price watch the trading site for any exchanges as an indication.

nothingbutthestruth

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17 Oct 2014 12:32:26
It's not double the going share price though. It relies on a new issue of shares to dilute existing shareholders

StEddy

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Its not double the price mate yopuve got that one wrong just like i did during the week

Rossw01

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Should King get his 51%, would the value of shares increase as a result of stability? or decrease as it's likely they'll be diluted in the share issue in which he buys his 51%?

bobbybeag

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Nbts your good authority was wrong eh

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15 Oct 2014 17:23:47
All the articles I've read indicate that an offer has been made by King, Murray and Letham and it is thought that the other major shareholders will back such an offer. Ashley want's more revenue for Sports Direct and as someone else has posted, he can't do anything about increasing his percentage share in Rangers whilst he owns Newcastle. £16m would be a great injection with a man like King at the top, a true Rangers-daft man. If it happens, will he have the guts to get rid of Ally and bring in another manager before our season implodes? Does sound promising though (again!) lol

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Doiget I've read that super and dave king get on well together but i also think dave king must have seen for himself ally just ain't got it imo so maybe ally will bet moved upstair and new manager brought in i wouldn't mind gorden durie getting a crack of the whip as he does well with the youngsters

tmwtn

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McCoist seems to be making one bad decision after another! the Hibs game starting 11 was utter nonsense along with the decision to postpone last wknd's game against Cowdenbeath. I know its only October but 9 points adrift & 2 visits to the capital this year is just a horrible place to be.

I think McCoist will be away at the end of the season regardless. there are a lot of player contracts up also at the end of the season so getting someone new in would allow that person to build his own team. Derek McInnes would be my choice.

ALDO1

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Gordon Durie? He couldn't manage East Fife never mind Rangers. Honestly, be very careful what you wish for!

JonnoSTB

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Lads let's concentrate on actually getting king to push through this deal. I don't people understand how big an impact this could have on the future of our great club. The mccoist argument is VERY VERY small fry compared to what's about to happen with King and co.

Rossw01

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Rossw1 totally agree the importance of the king situation, however, management decisions and team performance are both hot topics, To be honest almost being masked by the king stories & unfortunately that's all they are at this moment in time. stories and hear say. yes they are in talks but the dynamics of a deal like that to done are way more complicated than a yes or no. Too many people, too many hidden agenda's. Too many false dawns. So until there is something solid I like passing comments on the small fry stuff like the manager and the team.

ALDO1

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Johnno ok he never cut it at east fife in his first shot in managment but he is doing well with the youngsters so imo he would be better than super

tmwtn

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Rossw01 I've got to agree with aldo on this mate it doesn't matter what we say or think about current situation we can only hope its a good outcome when news does surface

tmwtn

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14 Oct 2014 11:06:54
Any news on the rangers as it seems ta av gone quite at the moment.

andy mac   andy mac
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14 oct 2014 18:18:59
was dave king at ibrox today ?????

Kerrymac

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13 Oct 2014 11:41:39
Financial Times reporting that unless Daniel Stewart settle their issues they will go under. Rangers would then need a new broker but with DS being their 4th since flotation most brokers wish to stay clear of Rangers as a client there is a real fear that without representation Rangers shares will be suspended on AIM.

nothingbutthestruth

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There is no fear of that aim rules would prevent that happening

wull61

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08 Oct 2014 08:41:25
Hi guys, first post on here.

Have anyone else seen this anywhere? https://twitter.com/rangersfc/status/519735435472302080

Basically Mash (Ashley group) have asked for a meeting for the removal of graham Wallace and Philip Nash from their positions on the board. Strange that this is announced on the same day it's announced that dave king, Paul Murray and dave letham are looking to bailout the club
Watp

Franco

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Franco. Similar reports in Daily Record and The Scotsman. Looks like it is nearing crunch time for a straight fight between Ashley and the Easdales and King and his crew. Just make it quick please!

DOIGER

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07 Oct 2014 20:53:53
Hi Guys, I have started a blog which I would like to keep updated on a weekly basis, I would appreciate your comments and feedback, to access the blog click here

Ed039

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06 Oct 2014 15:36:54
cup draw - dumbarton, away !!!

boyblue

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02 Oct 2014 19:38:25
Don't shoot the messenger here but heard a wee rumour that supposedly Archie Knox is being lined up as the next manager. What would use think if this was to happen?

Bankiebear

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We need fort Knox money not artchie

semi63

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03 Oct 2014 09:48:15
Bankiebear I'd be happy if YOU were in the hotseat right now

gkk

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Bankiebear - let's be realistic here- there is NO-ONE being lined up as our new manager, because pally Ally is going nowhere, he is there to get us to the promised land, like it or lump it !!!

wee bill

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03 Oct 2014 14:41:41
Think I would prefer Coisty!

johns

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Would be a good opertunety boom boom lol

tmwtn

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Never going to happen so isn't an. issue

stiv65

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There are enough madmen at ibrox without adding another

wull61

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06 Oct 2014 21:03:14
I think I'd give my season book back

royster

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29 Sep 2014 20:51:31
The September Correct Score Comp has now finished well done to the winners;

1) wembley78 26 points
=2) rosowl 24 points
=2) Grahamd80 24 points


Thanks to everyone who has taken part - The table for the October monthly comp will be reset before weekend and the overall league table has been updated,Once again thanks for taking part and a reminder everyone is welcome to join in.

Cheers and good luck.

Ed 003

* Please don't reply to this post take any q's to the comp page *

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06 Oct 2014 13:13:03
Just looking at the 'training gallery' pictures posted on Rangers official website. at least the players/management are doing something. HAVING A LAUGH!!!!!

Probs just watched the their game against Hibs.

ALDO1

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25 Sep 2014 09:54:21
Thats the report from scotsman what's your thoughts bears???


Graham Wallace has held secret talks with Dave King's UK based broker


Graham Wallace has held secret talks with Dave King's UK-based broker. The Sun have reported that the Ibrox chief executive and financial consultant Philip Nash were in London earlier this week. The pair met with an associate of King's and the UK advisor of the Castlemilk born tycoon. It's understood King is seeking assurances that a resolution for a new share issue will be on the agenda at next month's powderkeg AGM. The meeting is proof that King is still very much involved behind the scenes. King is looking to invest in the club but was unable to participate in last month's share initiative. (Sun)

Rossw01

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I posted the same story on the Banter page Rossw01 so I think it augurs well for Rangers. King can make his move after the AGM and I really think the ne'er do wells will take the money and run, if it is on offer. Fingers crossed!

DOIGER

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Ross - my first thought is take anything you read about rangers in a newspaper with a pinch o salt

Secondly I think if King does not own shares in Rangers by now he never will, shares were going for under 20p

thirdly King could easily have participated in the share issue, all he had to do was buy a handfull of cheap shares then apply for his rights plus take up any other spare shares, of which there was almost one million, that would have had him a foot in the door, and all money he invested would have been straight into RIFC not to any existing shareholder.

If he wants to influence the AGM then only shareholders can vote, and like the referendum, whoever has the most votes wins

that's my thoughts anyway

JG

JG.

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Jg dave king does not want to work with these conmen who have fecked us for millions of pounds also we should not believe anything we read in newspapers are you privy to information from these conmen you are saying never believe newspaper is this in defence of charlieboy still owing 2 million penny shares cause you said charlieboy had left the building for sure eh are you still as sure

tmwtn

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As I reported on a Roumers reply on 12 th September Dave King has not disappeared and has been working on things for some time but I could not find out what, now it's becoming clear will try and find out more !

Bongo

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11 Sep 2014 09:04:19
Just a rumour I hope but worth mentioning, picked of shares board today.
Rumours abound that Charles Green has options or another 2Million shares, and that the former Communications Directors also has, as yet unclaimed, share options. All at 1p?
Any truth or yet another hopefully myth.

ALLY

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Ally I seen that myself and posted it on here earlier in the week tues or wed

tmwtn

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All true

Fed Up Bear

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Ally i read yesterday that james tranor was offered 3 hundred thousand shares but they were not penny shares though it never said how much he paid or if in fact he took up the offer but there was no mention or denial about charlieboy or his 2 million penny shares but we know he still has them charlieboy and his big yorkshire hand must be sore as he has had them up the puppets rear end for a few years now

tmwtn

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10 Sep 2014 11:18:15
According to today's Daily Record (Wed) a Malaysian billionaire might be interested in bailing out Rangers. One of the Easdales gave him a guided tour then lunch. Trouble is the other party involved is on Interpol's wanted list! You couldn't make it up! lol

DOIGER

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Doiger it would not matter to the current beard ruining the club they will do anything possible to keep there pockets getting filled probably said these guys were here to see how our youth system, works eh move along here your in the wrong building

tmwtn

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It was explained to them you get a young player then send him out to your opposition and other teams in Scotland, let them train and pay their wages bring him back and then let him sign for someone else! They didn't like this idea so they left.

Bongo

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Interpol must be sH@t hot if the most wanted man in the world can fly in to glasgow go for lunch then fly out again without them knowing, good old DR got you all wound up again

JG

JG.

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13 Sep 2014 13:27:21
The country this guy us from have no extradition treaty with the U. K so he is free to come and go terrible but true! Bet he felt right at home with his quest! Instead of going for lunch in fleet of back range rovers they should have got a McGills bus into town.

Bongo

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Bongo brilliant mate jg hope you enjoyed your time away here I've been askin after you as I want to know your thoughts on good auld charlieboy still having 2 million penny shares and jim tranor still having 3 hundred thousend penny shares
as ime sure you agreed with mr wallace on no more penny shares at the club do you still insist charlieboy has left the building

tmwtn

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I don't know anything about Jim Trainer that's news to me but probably correct the way we do business, regarding Charlie Boy I believe as long as the brothers Grim are there he still has a holding interest through them. Dave King according to his sister is still working on something what? she wouldn't say I've known her for years.

Bongo

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Tmwtn - I'm on holiday and travelling a wee bit so giving the internet a rest, haven't seen any stories about anymore share options but I will have a look when I get back to work

JG

JG.

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Jg you will no doubt be glad your on holiday judging by what's been happening in sunny glasgow enjoy your break

tmwtn

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03 Sep 2014 20:02:30
The Correct Score Comp winners for August were =1 Andy64 and kevfarlech ( 32 points ) =3 John68 and greeney98 ( 30 points ).
Well done guys keep an eye on your email for notification.
Fixtures are now up for the start of the September comp - everyone is welcome to join in simply follow the instructions on the Correct Score Comp page.

Cheers and good luck

Ed 003.

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01 Sep 2014 21:36:26
Robbie Crawford to Morton loan and luca gasparato to airdrie loan
r. f

r.f

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Think 7 young players away on loans til next year. If they can't get a game in this league then the'll have no chance if we get promoted. No wonder so many decide to leave when they get the chance. Its a shame as many have an awful lot to offer.

struth

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Allan McGregor?

ALDO1

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01 Sep 2014 04:01:21
Ed no way this could be true that zandaza has rejoined until January? Its worked its way onto some Rangers sites please tell me this is a wind up?

Alex1972

{Ed039's Note - Sandaza has only just joined Girona in Segunda Liga)

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01 Sep 2014 19:08:43
Callum Gallagher has moved on loan to Cowdenbeath. Would have liked to see him get a better crack of the whip in the first team.

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