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Rangers director James Easdale has had his plush home targetted by vandals.

 

The Ibrox shareholder, who sits as a director on the plc board, called in police after discovering graffiti on the wall of the property.

 

It is understood the words "get out" were spray painted on an outside wall of his home in the Esplanade in Greenock this month.

 

The Rangers board have come under increasing pressure in recent days as Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley increases his control over the Ibrox club.

 

Rangers chief executive Graham Wallace and finance director Phillip Nash stepped down within days of each other as Ashley ally Derek Llambias was appointed a consultant at the club.

 

No-one has yet been arrested in connection with the incident and police investigations are ongoing.

 

James Easdale and brother Sandy own a around six per cent of the club's shareholding after buying into the newco in 2012.

 

Sandy Easdale has voting rights over around 25% of the club's shares.

 

The Easdales also own Greenock bus firm McGills as well as other businesses, including Clydebank Taxis.

 

A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: "On October police officers responded to a complaint of vandalism at a property on the Esplanade in Greenock.

 

"Inquiries into the incident are ongoing."

 

http://m.stv.tv/news/west-central/297731-rangers-director-james-easdales-plush-home-targetted-by-vandals/

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While I obviously cant condone this course of action, if this is the worst thing that happens to Easdale over his involvement in the raping and pillaging from our club, he really has got off very lightly indeed.

 

Had it been the other lot in Glasgow with these issues, the glazers would be a daily visitor to his "plush" manor, alongside motor vehicle bodywork repair people, and other assorted tradespersons.

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While I obviously cant condone this course of action, if this is the worst thing that happens to Easdale over his involvement in the raping and pillaging from our club, he really has got off very lightly indeed.

 

Had it been the other lot in Glasgow with these issues, the glazers would be a daily visitor to his "plush" manor, alongside motor vehicle bodywork repair people, and other assorted tradespersons.

At many clubs most of these crooks wouldn't be safe to walk the streets.

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