Podcast Episode 3 – David Low

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I would like to wish Imran Amhad every success tomorrow …

Comment on Podcast Episode 3 – David Low by No1 Bob.

I would like to wish Imran Amhad every success tomorrow when he is in court to protect his rights under his employment contract.

He is hoping to set aside £500,000 or 1,666 season tickets worth and following the 120 day report it will be difficult for ‘the mighty Gers’ to present a rosy view of their short term finances to the Judge on this occasion. Especially as the Judge will have access to the full unpublished report.

With Graham Wallace admitting that season ticket sales are “slow” and even uber fan Matthew Lindsay admitting that “Administration II is …..a distinct possibility” I cannot see another outcome.

http://www.eveningtimes.co.uk/rangers/rangers-future-unclear-as-mccoist-focuses-on-here-and-now-162272n.24133892

Unless of course the exciting news that Ally has engaged Kenny Millar, and will offer contracts to Kris Boyd and Craig Gordon, results in a flood of fans appearing at Ibrox today eager to hand over their hard earned for a seat for next season.

A question. Is Ally still a young who is still learning his trade? Or is he out of his depth and tactically inept?

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Podcast Episode 3 – David Low
Head Hunter says:
May 5, 2014 at 5:45 pm

“There is no plan B.”
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You should explain that to Richard Gough who has a different view.

“Dave is a man with a plan. In fact, he is a man with a plan B, C and D.”

https://www.ibrox1972.co.uk/about/richard-gough-statement/

I was hoping for Plan E but you can’t have everything.


Podcast Episode 3 – David Low
One think that jumps out is that Ibrox 1972 seems to have a better credit rating than RIFC plc or ‘the club’ as Dave calls them.

The Q&A confirms:

“We are not providing a 10 month payment option but, unlike the club, you have the ability to pay by debit and credit card.”


Podcast Episode 3 – David Low
Delighted to see that the Ibrox 1972 interweb site is open to all.

It is in fact open to both season ticket holders and non season ticket holders.

Non season ticket holders can make a pledge of money to Dave King via this page:

https://www.ibrox1972.co.uk/commit-funds/non-season-ticket-holders/

Dave suggests £350 which is the average season ticket price but there seems to be no limit. Fill yer boots!


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