Mr Green and Opportunity Knocks— For Aberdeen?


HirsutePursuit says: September 4, 2013 at 5:31 pm Does anyone have a …

Comment on Mr Green and Opportunity Knocks— For Aberdeen? by Southoftheborder.

HirsutePursuit says:
September 4, 2013 at 5:31 pm

Does anyone have a copy of the management accounts?


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Mr Green and Opportunity Knocks— For Aberdeen?
Auldheid says:
August 29, 2013 at 10:49 pm
Quite a lot to read sideways.
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In the accounts – Rangers Retail revenue – £940k YTD yet forecasting £12m for the year. Is this based on the Sports Direct / Puma paying up front and if so what is known about the deals – didn’t they happen later or were structured differently. The airport shop didn’t open until 26 June – so that’s only 5 days of sales revenue from there.

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ecobhoy says:
October 3, 2013 at 10:38 am

Most of the other info in the post has been discussed in dozens of different places right from the very start of this affair so I’m not sure why the West Ham post is that different. I’m possibly missing something as I often do.


Correct – it was a viewpoint taken from information gleaned from RTC, SLT and other places for the benefit of others that hadn’t been following so closely. 😉

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Broken promises and a threat of winding up. First sighting of additional Pinsent Investigation into payments. …

It appears that this investor subscribed at £1.00 per share on the basis that the company would float on or above that…

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Ian this is the man I talked to you about yesterday you can see his frustration ,it may be oneto put on Pinsent list at a later date to make sure I didn’t get any of the cash . He deserves better treatment !


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If Rangers are continuing to give away tickets to their home matches, then providing them free to the armed forces is something to be welcomed. Many clubs down here do it – and quite a few are part of the Tickets for Troops charity – – where it is the charity that gets the recognition. Rangers don’t seem to do charity very well!

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The BBC under fire again!!

CONTRARY to inaccurate reports by the BBC on Friday, September 20, Rangers Football Club confirmed today that Companies House has not raised any issues or questions with them in relation to the Annual Return that was filed recently for Rangers Football Club Limited.

It should be noted that the Rangers International Football Club plc has engaged Capita Registrars to provide company secretarial services for its group.
The Annual Return for Rangers Football Club Limited was completed and filed by Capita Registrars in accordance with their normal procedures.
Companies House have confirmed to the Company that they have accepted and filed the Annual Return for Rangers Football Club Limited and have not raised any queries in relation to it.
The BBC reported that Companies House were to contact Rangers’ subsidiary SEVCO Scotland Ltd over an incomplete report and also confirm if a second Annual Return would need to be filed.
However, Rangers’ lawyers have been informed by Companies House today that Companies House do not normally make public comments or issue official statements to the press in the manner reported by the BBC.

Companies House also pointed out they have no record on file of a conversation regarding Rangers Football Club Limited and its Annual Return last week.
Indeed, it was confirmed by Companies House to Rangers’ lawyers that the Annual Return has been accepted for filing and that Companies House had not contacted and did not expect to be contacting the Company in relation to the Annual Return.


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ptd1978 says:
September 19, 2013 at 10:36 am

It’s also a bit strange (and probably illegal in a failing to report illegal activity/tipping off criminals kind of way) to blog about this before going to the authorities. If the info is that dangerous, why would you announce you have it on a public forum?


It did state in the piece:
the full details of these events are provided at the conclusion of this article for insiders and our consultancy partners

So perhaps the insiders and consultancy partners – whoever they might be have some clout?

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