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Comment on The Case for a New SFA. by Homunculus.

I see Chris Jack is continuing to use the Evening Times as an advertising outlet for Rangers.

You could transfer that word for word, image for image into an official Rangers magazine and it would not look one bit out of place.

One is forced to wonder if Jack wrote it himself, based on a brief he was given. Or did he simply publish something which was sent to him.

This is exactly the sort of thing this blog tries to address.

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I took the view last night that limiting discussion to what had been reported in the newspapers would be within acceptable parameters. However as I am not the person at risk in this then that was not my decision to make. I fully understand and appreciate that others have to protect their own position.

Sorry for any inconvenience this has caused. 

No worries H. Thanks for your understanding.

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Danish Pastry 16th October 2015 at 11:06 pm

Great read DP, thanks for posting the link, it really does paint the picture of what happened.

Assuming it’s accurate of course. 

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Given the five names involved, three we know were involved in the takeover. This is public knowledge and has been well reported.

Two were the joint administrators, this is a matter of public record and authorised by the Court. They claimed not to be conflicted as they had taken no part in the takeover.

However according to the report 

It is alleged that they conspired to “acquire and obtain by fraud a majority and controlling stake in the shareholding of Rangers.”

So all five were allegedly involved, some time in 2010, to fraudulently acquire the business. Without getting involved in too much conjecture, I find it very interesting that the joint administrators have been charged with being involved before the initial transaction even took place. Particularly given the role they subsequently filled and the integral part they played in the next chapter.

There is not a lot new today, though I would suggest something like that is. It tends to suggest things may have been less reactive and more proactive.

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