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Battle for Rangers steps up as Dave King jets in from South Africa...


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...ahead of much-anticipated Ibrox EGM

 

 

07:42, 1 February 2015

By Scott McDermott

 

KING landed in Glasgow last night as he attempts to galvanise support ahead of the EGM but the former Rangers director won't be at Hampden for the League Cup semi-final against Celtic.

 

DAVE KING jetted into Glasgow last night – but WON’T attend Rangers’ League Cup clash with Celtic at Hampden today.

 

The former Ibrox director flew in from South Africa and will spend a week in the UK to galvanise support ahead of the much-anticipated Ibrox EGM.

 

King will attempt to convince the club’s shareholders in Scotland as well as its investors in London to back his bid to remove the current Ibrox regime.

 

The Rangers board have until Friday to announce a date for the EGM.

 

King believes he can gain 51 per cent of votes to eject chairman David Somers, chief executive Derek Llambias, finance director Barry Leach and James Easdale from the top of the marble staircase.

 

King’s wants himself, ex-director Paul Murray and former brewery boss John Gilligan to take over. And he’s hoping his latest visit will ensure his group – along with the Three Bears consortium headed by motor mogul Douglas Park and the Ibrox fans – have the required support.

 

MailSport understands that King will decline the chance to be at Hampden for this afternoon’s Old Firm derby.

 

http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/battle-rangers-steps-up-dave-5082369

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