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By Chris McLaughlin

 

Lalit Modi, the first commissioner of cricket's Indian Premier League, has expressed an interest in buying a large shareholding in Rangers.

 

BBC Scotland has learned Modi's representatives made contact with the chairman of Rangers' football board, Sandy Easdale, earlier this week.

 

The groups talked about the potential sale of the 26% stake Easdale controls.

 

It is believed a price has already been discussed. And a meeting could take place as early as next week.

 

Modi was banned for life by the Indian Cricket Board of Control after they charged him with misconduct relating to financial irregularities.

 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/31168745

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Hilarious that the scumbag Irvine has fed his favourite scumbag BBC journo with an absolute lie in order to try to move the story away from the date and location of the EGM. His predictable moves that were actually predicted by bears on various forums should not be given any merit.

 

Surely not even the most ardent supporters who up to now refuse to admit they have been duped (again) by the lies coming out of Ibrox will realise this "story" has no merit in truth and ignore it.

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