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williamite1

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    Mark Hateley
  1. All businessmen should be watched. They didn't become wealthy being straight and transparent. Definitely not, just different sides of the same coin. King continues to damage us without . He has had more than enough chances to buy us and always fall short to the point of embarassment and his rhetoric does untold damage. Green on the other hand, very affable but raped us from within. We as fans didn't help either during the whole process with the blackening of a couple of suitors to allow the BK's an advantage. I am both sad and disappointed that no other wealthy Rangers man stepped up, eg. M
  2. After the Alloa game, I vowed never to return until Ally had gone. I've got 3 season tickets and my teenage kids just take a mate along, so at least the bums on seats are there. However, after seeing the crowd on TV, it made my heart sink. We really shouldn't be doing this. No matter how shit Ally or the team are, I am of the opinion we need to support them. Watching Ally's post match interview, even though he got a win, I just couldn't help feeling sorry for him, as much that I have given him his character over the last year. We know he won't be around long term, as he just hasn't got what we
  3. Well, exactly. I assume it's because they are not buying up the shares from the current investors. It appears that unless you are MA, you have to buy them out at the price they want, so unless you have a shitload of cash to burn, it isn't going to happen. MA has a stranglehold as they have all thrown their hat in with him. I really don't know how this can be changed unless someone buys them out.
  4. As far as I am aware you cannot legally buy a business, using the funds of that self same business, which Whyte in effect done by mortgaging the season tickets. What I don't understand is how Ticketus are also not in the dock. The deal was also struck before Whyte even the legal owner of the club, so how could they lend to him in mortgaging season tickets that he in effect did not legally own at that point. Also, as a competent lender, they also must have known that the transaction was illegal.
  5. Exactly! He along with any other suitor needs to put up or GTF. Fed up with constant deflections and drivel that we are fed. Drip feeding us with loans is not the solution, but it wouldn't be for him either. If it is to be him, I want to hear the long term plans, the level of investment and see the colour of his money. As for what has been going on, I doubt if we will ever get the full story. We know we have been corporately raped and the parties involved, but as for MA, CG effectively handed him the keys that he need not let go of, unless he has the mind, so how do we turn that into a posi
  6. I don't, but I don't see any alternatives. The current board and investors are only letting MA in and no one else, that is clear. Unless an alternative investor comes up with enough readies that they would be happy with and do one, the door is closed. We need cash now and as it stands only MA's cash is being accepted. There is not much we can realistically do about that, or is there, without puting the club in peril of admin 2?
  7. L What's going on in the real world then? King and his dog and pony show are riding in with millions to save us? RF will become the largest shareholder? McCoist is going to buy us with his small change? I await in wonderment at some facts.
  8. For MA, peanuts thus far. His big pay days are when we are in the top flight and Europe. As for the rest, they have well raped us and fled. On second thoughts, , there are several amongst the playing staff still raping us and still with us.
  9. I get that, but how the f@ck do we stop it , because I really don't know? We've even got supporters ripping us off!
  10. Exactly nowt and I don't. For me the pointer is his man up for election, so it isn't a short term thing. I cannot see the for him to have the brand, even for nothing, if we as a team are not successful on the park. It doesn't make good business sense in the context of football. Clubs need to be successful on the park if they are to be successful off the park in business terms. Otherwise there is no point him bothering. Our brand is everything to that success. He'd make a fortune if we were winning as in the nine in a row years. My point is that he is the only substantial and credible financial
  11. What part would be untrue? I do understand that the at times can be difficult to accept. I even believed CG and what a lying c@nt and disaster he turned out to be. MA has has too much to lose to screw this up if he takes us over and I don't mean in monetary terms. His reputation as a businessman would be at stake. I don't mean I trust him, far from it, as everyone of those business type need watched like hawkers and I'm sure everyone of us will be doing just that. For him, his prestige as a top businessman is what counts and for him to be successful as the owner of our club, we need to be su
  12. What percentage of the support would be the supports' more favoured option? Now let me see, SOS, RST, UOF, RSA..........now I'm struggling to get to double figures.
  13. Any effective jostling has stopped and all that remains is mud slinging by bad losers. MA's man is up foe election to the board at the AGM. That Amy's all about who is in control. The brothers back MA, so it's sewn up as tight as ducks erse. As for King, for sure, the biggest tyre kicker I have ever seen He has repeatedly proven that doesn't love Rangers as many would believe. He has done untold damage with his mud slinging tactics. He is a convicted serial fraudster. You would need to be a total idiot to go into business with such an untrustworthy character. MA is no fool and he doesn't ever
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