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    StevieBC 16th March 2019 at 14:22

     

    Better to choose to walk away in a dignified manner and onto a better opportunity…than be resigned by King, followed by an undignified chase to secure your legally entitled severance pay.

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    He's in the first year of a four year contract, I would imagine he is on a reasonably lucrative contract, it's not going to be cheap to get rid of him.

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    One, er, Two Rules to Rule Them All
    John Clark 26th March 2019 at 20:28

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    That makes sense, the Police have to investigate crime, they have to arrest people, interview them etc.

    So long as there are checks and balances, rules for them to adhere to, oversight of their actions then that's fair enough.

    In a civilized  democratic society we need a Police force capable of investigating crime, however they must also be subject to independent oversight. 


    One, er, Two Rules to Rule Them All
    John Clark 26th March 2019 at 19:30

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    Indeed, if the Police can demonstrate that they had reasonable grounds to suspect and were acting in good faith. Would it then be wrongful.


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    John Clark 26th March 2019 at 17:21

     

    (Has CG in fact raised an action for wrongful arrest? I must have missed that! At least I don't have a note of it  that I can find?)

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    It has certainly been reported that way.

    https://www.heraldscotland.com/news/17479680.ex-rangers-chief-charles-green-sues-police-and-prosecutors-over-wrongful-arrest/

     


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    Bad Money?
    bordersdon 22nd July 2019 at 20:15

    The previous club limped on and limped on. Administration could never happen, liquidation could never happen. They were too big and a fundamental part of the fabric of Scottish society, which would decline into civil unrest if anything bad happened to them.

    How did that work out. 


    Bad Money?
    So what's the word on Memorial Walls Ltd.

     

    They might want a million or so put to one side as well, to protect their position.


    Bad Money?
    Ex Ludo 18th July 2019 at 16:25

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    It would appear that he can, when prompted, count to 22.

     

    Can someone tell me what "As  your predecessor Andrea Travero, who will be copied on my remittance …" means.

     

    Is he going to bribe someone. 


    Bad Money?
    Why not just listen to what Rangers themselves say about it. This comes from their web page.

     

    2 ABOUT US

    The Rangers Football Club (“The Club”) is a sports entertainment company incorporated in Scotland with Company Number SC425159. The registered office is Ibrox Stadium, 150 Edmiston Drive, Glasgow, G51 2XD.

     

     

    This comes from the Companies House web page.

     

     

    THE RANGERS FOOTBALL CLUB LIMITED

    Company number SC425159

    Registered office address

    Ibrox Stadium, 150 Edmiston Drive, Glasgow, G51 2XD

    Incorporated on 29 May 2012

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    Who am I to argue with that.


    Accountability via Transparency.
    Cluster One 4th April 2019 at 19:24

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    Rangers still exists, liquidation is a process and that process is ongoing.

    "There are no rules in scottish football to demote a liquidated club." because it is a nonsense, why would there be rules to cover it. 

    To go over old ground there was no demotion. A club applied to join the SPL (as was) and that application was rejected. The club then applied to join the SFL (as was) and that league accepted them into the lowest division.

    That is not demotion, relegation or anything else like that. It is applying to join in the first place.