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    Comment on Bad Money? by Ex Ludo.

    https://twitter.com/rangersradiorfc/status/1158800989937438720?s=21

    Ze list. Don’t tell him your name Pike!

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    StevieBC@18.08

    This appears to be an online station with no formal connection to the Blue Room.


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    https://twitter.com/harrytheshadow/status/1158293109614239744?s=21

    Scottish football getting the blame. I sense another summit on the horizon.


    Bad Money?
    ClydeSSB bodyswerve the weekend’s biggest issue in Scottish football. Quelle suspris.


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    In Whose Interests
    JohnClark@19.26

    This trade mark embarrassment serves to underscore the resistance Celtic FC have demonstrated towards Resolution 12. The logical question to ask therefore is what else is still hidden from public scrutiny? 5 Way Agreement perchance?


    In Whose Interests
    ClusterOne@07.19

    Would a winter training camp in Dubai qualify as a good news story for DK? 


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    StevieBC@22.23

    That article was written for the benefit of one man and one man only. It is full of praise for the “endless millions” Dave King has “pumped” into Rangers. The article also contains a warning basically stating that DK may get to a point where there is an end point to his largesse. This  could be the beginning of the end for DK and Rangers. 


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    Easyjambo@12.51

    That’s quite a graph you’ve put up. The dramatic and unsustainable rise in wages almost exactly coincides with DK as de facto Chairman being able to exert full financial control of t’Rangers. 

    In other news Tom English is doing a Moggy over his comments re Saracens. A very predictable unwillingness to draw the obvious comparisons with what happened in Scotland in 2012. I haven’t seen any comment from other teams that play in the same league as Saracens it’s almost like they trust their admins to do the right thing. 


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