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  1. ...snubbing bids to help sacked Scots workers. RANGERS shareholder Mike Ashley has been accused of deplorable behaviour after he repeatedly rebuffed attempts by ministers to offer help to warehouse employees who his firm had abruptly made redundant. Business Minister Fergus Ewing has expressed "extreme concern and disappointment" at the conduct of Mr Ashley's Sports Direct, the parent company of clothing chain USC which the billionaire allowed to go into administration this month costing 88 employees their jobs at its base in Dundonald, Ayrshire. It has emerged that the Scottish Go
  2. Not much yet, but here we go ... Rest later or from behind the pay wall of The Sun
  3. Grant Russell ‏@STVGrant 17s18 seconds ago None of the 55 games Steve Simonsen is accused of betting on were Rangers matches. Chris Jack ‏@Chris_Jack89 47s48 seconds ago Rangers keeper Steve Simonsen issued with a notice of complaint for breaching SFA gambling rules. Has until 29/1 to respond. Hearing 12/2
  4. Guest

    A poem for our time

    A POEM FOR OUR TIME If Rabbie Burns lived in our time, there is a good chance he would be a football supporter. As an Ayrshireman, tax inspector and a Mason, there is a good chance he would support the Gers. Wee sleekit cowran TIMrous beasties, O' what a panic's in thy breasties, Ye needna gang awa so hasty, Big match coming up, very tasty, Yees tried to knock us oot, but we're still here, Yees canny run, yees canny hide,yees can only fear.
  5. Surprised nobody posted this for a wee bit of footy chat amidst the boardroom and financial chaos. Our old pal Craig Thomson, the news just keeps getting better!
  6. http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/jack-irvine-paul-murrays-more-5015233? THE Easdales have launched an astonishing attack on Paul Murray, mocking the former Rangers director and questioning his commitment to the club. A statement released by Jack Irvine, family adviser to the Ibrox club’s major shareholders, hits back at Murray for speaking out against the current regime in today’s Record Sport and savages him for being part of the board when former chairman David Murray sold the club to Craig Whyte for £1. Irvine said: “ So like an episode of The Living Dead, Pau
  7. Latest Mohsni incident... http://www.football411.com/story/0,22162,14340_27179,00.html
  8. The day I take lessons from Easdale on what is and isn't in the best interests of Rangers, there'll be proper fiscal responsibility in Ibrox. Can it be that even after everything he doesn't grasp how detested he is? He lost his right to tell fans what is in Rangers best interests when he started hocking the club off to Mike Ashley. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-glasgow-west-30922826 Rangers director Sandy Easdale has said police are investigating threats made against him amid the ongoing and acrimonious battle for the Ibrox club. Officers are believed to be monitoring his h
  9. The Rangers Supporters Trust (RST) is delighted to announce that, following a successful meeting yesterday, the Rangers Fans Fighting Fund (RFFF) has thrown its considerable finances and influence behind the RST's continuing fight to ensure Ibrox remains under the control of the club. We are delighted that the RFFF has taken this decision and would like to thank them for doing so. There is now a substantial legal fund available, should it be required, to fight any attempt by this board to pass security over Ibrox to Mike Ashley. We will work closely with the RFFF going forward to ensure every
  10. On Sky Sports a bit earlier, you can skip the first 1.30 odd mins as it is about Easdale's spokesman and his comments on Paul Murray Chris Graham on SSN and Irvine's comments noted Well spoken of Chris Graham and the more people are being made aware of the distrust between the support and the board plus Ashley, the better.
  11. Wednesday, 21 January 2015 14:00 Youths Draw With Falkirk Written by Rangers Football Club IAN DURRANT took the reigns of the Rangers under-20 side for the first time yesterday afternoon in a goalless draw against Falkirk at Murray Park. It was the first game back for the under-20 side since the League shut down over the Christmas and New Year period after last week's scheduled tie with Hamilton Accies was cancelled due to inclement weather. The Light Blues had an experienced side playing in freezing conditions at Murray Park today, with first team players Marius Zaliukas, Seba
  12. http://supportersnotcustomers.com/2015/01/20/why-scotland-needs-rangers/
  13. CG on Sky Sports News at 5pm approx. Just saying.
  14. keith jackson ‏@tedermeatballs I'm not going to use the phrase 'statement klaxon' again. But, yes, I think one will be along very shortly....
  15. Mike Ashley sells £117m stake in Sports Direct Share sale fuels rumours that Newcastle United owner is preparing to offer emergency loan to Rangers
  16. Looks like they have about the same voting rights as before so just buying off their mates, I think. 20 January 2015 Rangers International Football Club plc ("Rangers" or the "Company") Holdings in Company The Company announces that it was notified on 19th January 2015 that Alexander Easdale purchased 1,014,000 ordinary shares of 1 penny each in the Company ("Ordinary Shares") on 16 January 2015. As a result, Mr Easdale now holds 5, 256,110 Ordinary Shares in the Company, equal to 6.451% of the issued share capital of the Company. Mr Easdale also holds voting rights over, but
  17. Freezing temperatures, icy conditions and a fair chance of snow on Saturday morning in Cowdenbeath. Anyone fancy running a book on whether or not the game gets postponed?
  18. In today's Record: http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/sport/football/mortgaging-ibrox-stadium-makes-no-5006216#rlabs=2
  19. ... in his ET interview My headline makes for a good signature. If anything, those currently trying to oust the board have learned (the hard way) that the key is in having enough shares. Let#s hope this goes through, Murdoch sounds rather confident and you'd hope King has done this because he IS confident of success.
  20. https://twitter.com/jimwhite Jim White ‏@JimWhite 41s42 seconds ago Kenny McDowall has resigned as Rangers caretaker manager, citing personal reasons for stepping down. #Rangers
  21. DAVE KING today insisted he will easily convince both stock market bosses and football chiefs that he IS fit to run Rangers. The former oldco director has called a general meeting to vote on plans to rout the Ibrox board. He will also ask the shareholders to vote in himself, former Blue Knight Paul Murray and John Gilligan as their replacements. The current regime - David Somers, Derek Llambias, Barry Leach and James Easdale - released a statement to the stock exchange on this morning insisting they would fight King's bid. In a thinly-veiled swipe at the Johannesburg-based busi
  22. We're spending another season in the Championship. No doubt about it.
  23. The Union of Fans is calling on Rangers fans to stage a "mass demonstration" outside Ibrox 45 minutes before kick-off tomorrow night.
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