Podcast Episode 3 – David Low

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No1 Bob says: May 5, 2014 at 5:24 pm 1 0 …

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No1 Bob says:
May 5, 2014 at 5:24 pm
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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.”
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Perhaps he has offered to underwrite it personally or maybe he has even offered Ibrox as security since he will theoretically have security over it at that point 😛 …but no matter, it’s completely academic because it will never get that far. Indeed now we can see the the detail it’s beyond argument, not that there was much doubt anyway, that the only intention of this scheme is to crash the bus as quickly as possible by starving them of funds. There is no plan B.

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Phoenix from the flames: How do you resurrect a football club?
http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/33470801

None of these teams seems to have any difficulty with accepting that their original club died.The language is unambiguous and their is an acceptance of basic business logic. Of course the fans continue to believe in a link between the old and the new and treat it as the same -as is their right. I’ve not seen anyone suggest otherwise on here.

…and how is it that the BBC can can write with such clarity in this piece and yet constantly twist itself in knots when writing about our own Phoenix organisation?


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John Clark says:
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June 4, 2015 at 2:47 am

“A letter will be written tomorrow, or rather, later today. ( I’m wide-awake, and, sadly, not a Fat Yak within 12000 miles!)”

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Closer than you think…free wifi too so you could always write your letter from there.

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Brenda and Jean…thing is I’ve always thought of Echobhoy as a bit of an old woman so there has always been at least 3 of you on here (not that I’m suggesting that either of you are in the least bit old or even that, if you were, there is anything wrong with older women). And before he comes on here demanding hard evidence to justify my assertion I should say I have none other than a sneaking suspicion 😉


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Auldheid says:
March 31, 2015 at 7:45 pm
I think liquidation will be avoided like the plague if possible.

There us no way Third Rangers will not become part of common language.
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Of course within 6 months “Third” will have become a sectarian term only allowed
to be written as T***d when being used in the media.


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Regarding the RST statement on John Guidetti.

The first comment I ever posted on a blog/article (can’t remember where it’s that long ago) was when David Murray still owned Rangers and had put them up for sale but despite many fabulous offers was resolutely holding out until the right individual came along who could take them forward to a new blah blah blah. At the time there was a good deal of discussion in various places about the merits of the Rangers fans putting together an offer to take over the ownership of the club. Other fan groups have obviously been successful in club takeovers in the intervening period. I said it then, in my first post, and I’ll say it again here, the very last people you would want owning Rangers or exerting any kind of significant power in the Boardroom are their fans. Murray’s hubris was the root cause of everything that has befallen Rangers since but his one positive legacy, driven partly commercial considerations, was to break their sectarian signing policy and publicly, at least, call out the “F**K The Pope Brigade”. Ordinarily fan power can be seen as a very positive thing but that’s just not the case with Rangers. Read their last statement -which it intends to raise with the club in the expectation of support- and tell me that if it had been the fans in charge at the start rather than Murray they would have agreed the signing of Mo Johnson…or if the club still wouldn’t still be defending the singing of sectarian ditty’s. The last thing Scottish football or society needs is Ranger’s fans running Rangers.


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