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    One, er, Two Rules to Rule Them All
    Bogs Dollox 2nd April 2019 at 22:12
    I’m sure there will be other squirrels released round about then.
    Agreed and if the early rounds of the PR machine are anything to go by those squirrels will be something to behold.

    One, er, Two Rules to Rule Them All
    Mr King and Mr Gerrard must be loving all the Morelos and Scott Brown stuff.
    A great deflection from the Ashley court case on the horizon, and questions being asked of Mr Gerrard having a win ratio no better than than the man that resigned/was sacked and are more points behind celtic at this time than they were a year ago, but many millions having being spent.
    As Mr King said, Dave King gives backing to Steven Gerrard: ‘A winner is a winner’
    Until he is not a winner, then deflection is paramount.

    One, er, Two Rules to Rule Them All
    Ps. Not a big fan of Halliday but credit where credit is due.
    When the ball went out of play for an injury and the shy was taken and the rangers players never returned the ball, when it was played to Halliday he returned it.

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    In Whose Interests
    upthehoops 9th November 2019 at 13:13
    Wait until celtic field a weakend team in the next two rounds it will be how disrespectful are celtic to a UEFA competition for not putting out there strongest team.

    In Whose Interests
    ingso.Jimsie 8th November 2019 at 11:20
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    Watching the game from Ibrox last night on BT Sport, I was rather astonished to hear Rob McLean state.
    How quite it was, more than once.
    Only caught the first half, but Rob did repeat a few times that the ibrox crowd was rather subdued. Blaming it on nerves or porto having a good first half.
    On listening the fans that were singing did sing the same song once or twice. Maybe the message from UEFA got through to a few, and if it did Rob did not want to go there instead picking up on other reasons..

    In Whose Interests
    StevieBC 6th November 2019 at 22:23
    “IBROX WARNING Rangers could end up in financial turmoil like 2012 if King stops bankrolling club, says footie finance expert”

    “Where’s it coming from? It’s only coming from Dave King at the moment.”
    The other poor investors and club 72 not getting a look in here.Reads like don’t be to critical of Dave when the accounts read like sh*t and A big bill from Ashley may be on the way, so don’t be to critical of Dave as he is all you have.
    This looks like the first shot across the bow to keep the fans on board. I expct dave to say he is going to build a bigger ibrox next, but not say when.Are there any good news stories coming out of ibrox just now that is heaping praise on Dave?
    If not, there will be.

    In Whose Interests
    Corrupt official 6th November 2019 at 19:57
    SPFL to investigate claims of secret bonus payments to SFL chief David Longmuir 15 AUG 2013.
    THE SPFL have launched an investigation into claims that secret bonus payments were made to former SFL chief David Longmuir.

    Furious lower league clubs called for an enquiry into why Longmuir received almost £400,000 in financial enhancements during his six years in office at Hampden.

    Accountants for the SFL, as well as former board members Ewen Cameron of Alloa and Arbroath’s Anne McKeown, are examining the detail behind the payments as part of a winding down of the old league body

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    Corrupt official 6th November 2019 at 19:57
    A discussion also took place about the SFL. Both ND and RM asserted that the SFL’s record keeping was poor and would not provide much for an inquiry. When the issue of potential title stripping was discussed, it was revealed that the decision to recognise Newco’s claim to RFC’s titles, was taken by the SFL board including David Longmuir and Jim Ballantyne, when they decided to invite Newco into the SFL 3rd Division.