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    John Clark 10th July 2019 at 11:04
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    Thanks JC.
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    Ex Ludo 10th July 2019 at 12:23
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    I read this morning on one of the more entertaining Celtic facing websites that Rangers* may have fielded an ineligible player (Alan McGregor) in their EL qualifier yesterday evening. The honest mistake apparently is that although Mr McGregor is listed on the squad list he wasn’t a development player for his present club. I’m not concerned because I’m fully confident that the SFA will have the matter in hand.
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    https://mobile.twitter.com/ClusterOne2/status/1147754977487667200/photo/1
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    There may be some mileage in that.

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    Bad Money?
    https://mobile.twitter.com/ClusterOne2/status/1149742743633190913?p=v
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    A small question if i may.
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    But charles Green’s Sevco scotland ltd will be lucky to see £25,000 of that sum.
    The ruling body’s financial year ends in May, although certain payments, like the UEFA solidarity money won’t arrive until August or early September.
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    Do all SPL clubs get a share of this UEFA solidarity money?
    Did charles Green’s sevco scotland receive any of this UEFA solidarity money?
    Or was maybe a share of this solidarity money also held back?


    Bad Money?
    John Clark 12th July 2019 at 17:15
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    Thanks again JC.


    Bad Money?
    StevieBC 11th July 2019 at 17:05
    RANGERS appear to have brought the No12 jersey out of retirement. Gers announced in 2012 that they would dedicate the number to fans who supported the club through administration and liquidation…”
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    That reminded me of this for some reason.
    https://www.msn.com/en-gb/sport/scottish-premiership/alfredo-morelos-to-be-fined-by-rangers-with-money-going-to-fans/ar-BBVs7dh
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    Did they ever get that money i wonder.


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    Accountability via Transparency.
    Jingso.Jimsie 22nd June 2019 at 11:08
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    Rather long piece by Martin Williams in the Herald about RIFC challenging Mr. Justice Persey’s findings:
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    High Court judge Lionel Persey said he had “no hesitation” in rejecting Rangers’ approach over changing certain rights in their agreement.

    His judgment came as it emerged that the Rangers Megastore at Ibrox, which is run by Sports Direct as part of their agreement was shut down over a week ago.
    Mr Persey said Rangers wished to rewrite or amend some of the payment terms in the agreement but said: “There is no basis for it to do so unless SDIR agrees.”
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    That is a challenge right enough.
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    The club and SDIR had agreed that the Mike Ashley company does have the right to distribute, market, advertise, promote, offer for sale or sell the official Rangers kit under the further agreement. The ruling stated that Rangers objected to three of Sports Direct’s amendments based on that understanding. But Mr Persey said that he considered there was no substance to the objections.
    The duration of the contract was two years, commencing August 1, 2018.
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    Just how king can spin the latest to the gullibles to get them to run up the steps i can’t wait.
    https://mobile.twitter.com/ClusterOne2/status/1142511486369226754?p=v


    Accountability via Transparency.
    Corrupt official 21st June 2019 at 19:52
    If, and when….Celtic win 9 IAR I imagine the following season when Celtic are attempting 10, that would be the optimum time to put it to the fans to dig deep. ,
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    Dig Deep to stop 10 in a row slogan would be even too embarrassing for them to come out with. To do that would underline they are not equal to celtic but in their shadow,and it is not about the ibrox club going for their first title but all about the ibrox club stopping celtic going for ten.


    Accountability via Transparency.
    Thanks again to the court guys.laugh


    Accountability via Transparency.
    sannoffymesssoitizz 21st June 2019 at 17:31
    READ MORE: Rangers director warns loss-making club cannot run on loans indefinitely
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    I was looking for that the other day.
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    When i was going to match it with this.
    Cluster One 20th June 2019 at 18:55
    But later on in the Article the bomb is dropped and in bold too.
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    THERE WILL COME A POINT WHERE THE CURRENT INVESTORS WON’T PUT MONEY IN ANYMORE, SO IT COULD THEN BE UP TO THE FANS.
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    On another point.
    According to financial papers supporting the bid, the extra shares Dave King’s group would get from the loan conversion would mean their slice of Rangers International.
    Football Club plc would rise from 34.06% to give them a majority 53.93% stake.

    Once converted Mr King’s slice through his New Oasis Asset Limited company will grow from 14.57% to 26%, Mr Park’s holding will rise from 6.14% to 13.94%, Mr Letham will have 5.7%, up from 4.05%, while Mr Taylor’s interest will drop from 9.3% to 8.14%.
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    “Consequently, RIFC was making significant losses with no immediate possibility of those being stemmed whilst restoring the fortunes of Rangers Football Club. Such losses have now been greatly reduced and the fortunes of both Rangers Football Club and RIFC have been significantly restored.
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    If the bubble bursts down ibrox way, would Mr King’s slice through his New Oasis Asset Limited company be the main creditor
    ie. would king have the most to gain if the bubble bursts?


    Accountability via Transparency.
    paddy malarkey 20th June 2019 at 17:38
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    Could somebody tell me roughly how much Club 1882 have paid for their six point odds holding ? Still using fingers to count to twelve .
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    I don’t know how many share issues they have taken part in since they were formed or how many shares they have bought and at what price.
    But they did think it was the right decision TO SPEND £1MILLION TO BUY MIKE ASHLEY’S SHARES.