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Listened to most of it on the way back from the match.

 

First of all, not sure it was a good idea speaking to BBC Scotland but can understand why he did it. No matter, he performed well enough and certainly spoke quite strongly on a few issues.

 

It's quite simple: if McColl and Murray want the fans onside then need to engage more with us all and lead from the front. They've been told that for months now - months - and because they've not listened they're now on the back foot because others have grasped the nettle and filled the information vacuum.

 

Unlike many others, I don't have (too much of) an issue with Paul Murray but he cannot afford to keep making strategic errors if he wants people's support. Neither can McColl keep moaning about his other interests. These guys either want to close this deal or they don't.

 

Stop fucking about, stop bleating about Irvine and take the fight to them. You'll have to over the next 6-7 weeks as our fans demand clarity ahead of the AGM.

 

Their first action should be a public fan meeting - open to all season ticket holders - over the next fortnight. That's leadership and that's transparency.

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disappointed in mathers statement and astonished at jack irvines tweeets.

 

been asked by shareholders to do this.

 

50-60 million raised in 12 months 10 million left.

 

investors are concerned.

 

more corporate governance at his golf club than rangers.

 

p murray happy to walk away but mccoll blin and investors have told him not to.

 

joined the board in 2007 debt at 35 million left 4 years later with debt at 18 milllion with 3 titles in 4 in the bag.

 

told david murray not to sell to whyte.

 

lot's of irrelevant pish about ebt's p murray saying that we won the tax case.

 

on finances.

 

the 28% of the investors which he represents want to know where the 40-50 million has been spent. their is no transparency on that.

 

both sides have 28% currently and they need to convince the floating voters before the agm.

 

the agm will effectively be a vote of confidence in the board. the 3 largest rangers shareholders are with mccoll.

 

it's a democracy and if the current board win the vote at the agm so be it.

 

mccoll and blin have a plan. these men have a tremendous track record and have lot's of experience in this kind of thing.

 

they will go onto the board, rebuild the board, then when things are stable they inverstors have told them to a man they will back them with fresh capital.

 

when asked if the club needs fresh capital this calander year he replies their is no question it does. though he may have missed the part about this calander year which is only 3 months ffs.

 

p murray put in 250k to rangers youth development and in his 4 years didn't take a single penny out.

 

admits he is obsessed but for the right reasons. he will happily walk away if he is happy we have the right people on the board.

 

he has 2 club ties and a blazer upstairs in his closet. and

 

bdo in the coming months will prove he was right about d@p, he revealed the ticketus deal whyte did.

 

really sad frank blin walked away. as good as it gets for scottish business men.

 

blin walked because of jack irvines threats and the boards antics.

 

says tbk and mccoll both outbid green but didn't win. won't accept that they were to late. says the asset sale was done in an unheard of fashion and bdo will have something to say on that.

 

assets should have been sold to highest bidder.

 

he tried his best to save the club. not for money but for the club.

 

the easdales have to have representation because they have CONTROL of a significant minority.

 

the deal was all done to put 4 on the board and everyone up for re election at agm. strand hanson blocked and he doesn't know why.

 

dave king is a good guy spoke to him 6 weeks ago and shares the same concerns. believes he would invest.

 

says the club will need money in the next 12 months.

 

are we headed for insolvency? - he skirts round that one. talking about the accounts and clarity on whats been spent on what.

 

certain board members asked not to be put up for re election but they told them no.

 

strand hansen won't take his calls.

 

will the sfa allow him on the board. he has no doubt he will pass the sfa rules for fit and proper person.

 

personally went to david murray and pleaded with him not to sell to whyte.

 

he essentially had nothing to do with the administration.

 

fell out with david murray when he sold to whyte but is talking to him again.

 

it cuts out at that point but apparently he says that murray had good years as well as bad or words to that effect.

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Listened to most of it on the way back from the match.

 

First of all, not sure it was a good idea speaking to BBC Scotland but can understand why he did it. No matter, he performed well enough and certainly spoke quite strongly on a few issues.

 

It's quite simple: if McColl and Murray want the fans onside then need to engage more with us all and lead from the front. They've been told that for months now - months - and because they've not listened they're now on the back foot because others have grasped the nettle and filled the information vacuum.

 

Unlike many others, I don't have (too much of) an issue with Paul Murray but he cannot afford to keep making strategic errors if he wants people's support. Neither can McColl keep moaning about his other interests. These guys either want to close this deal or they don't.

 

Stop fucking about, stop bleating about Irvine and take the fight to them. You'll have to over the next 6-7 weeks as our fans demand clarity ahead of the AGM.

 

Their first action should be a public fan meeting - open to all season ticket holders - over the next fortnight. That's leadership and that's transparency.

 

Is this likely?

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