The Real Battle Begins?


Well done to the mOnmtrose programme guy. Over at Rm, they …

Comment on The Real Battle Begins? by angus1983.

Well done to the mOnmtrose programme guy.

Over at Rm, they don’t like it up ’em … truth hurts, and all that.:lol:


Lets see how you like no Rangers fans turning up next match.

That seems the only way to make these wee teams realise if they want the money we can bring for the short window it will be available to them, they should treat us with the respect we deserve and not stick knives in us at every corner. They can’t have it both ways.
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I said boycott re Stirling albion and their banner

I still say boycott to any team that smirks at rangers and Purposely strikes low blows such as this comment in todays match programme.

Charles Green, you know what to do!

Honestly, what next ? Boycotting someone else for using a small r at the start of Rangers in their match programme ? We’re starting to look like a very pitiful bunch.

I disagree, this issue has come down to spreading blatant lies. There are no grey areas at all after the ECA stuff yesterday.

We don’t do dignity no more – fight fire with fire.

They must come to Ibrox. We can write the truth about them, the magazine can compare honours between the two clubs. Shove it right down their timmigrant necks.

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From RM … how to quickly double the money you extract from simple bears:

“No biggie . . . but i went through the online payment there to make a £500 payment, when i got to the end it said ‘payment was unsuccessful, please return to Rangers website’ (or thereabouts)

so i did it again, this time it took me to the final page and payment was accepted, all good.

just checked my bank there and it looks like it took £1000 (fly bassa Charlie) but my email confirmation is just for £500 (confused), don’t mind if it ends up being £1000 but i’d like some sort of confirmation.”

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Kilgore Trout says:
Tuesday, December 18, 2012 at 10:29

Is there any evidence that he made this ‘promise’?
Mr Green (6 June 2012):
“We will be taking Rangers forward to better days and one idea I put forward today is my plan to rename Murray Park.

‘Following discussions with the supporters, we will be asking season-ticket holders to vote on whether to rename Murray Park either the Moses McNeil Academy or the Davie Cooper Academy. We will be asking supporters to vote when they renew their season tickets.”


Not The Huddle Malcontent says:
Tuesday, December 18, 2012 at 10:28

angus1983 says:
Tuesday, December 18, 2012 at 09:50

I thoroughly believe that Mr Green timed this share issue very deliberately. As said before, he’s far from being a stupid man business-wise.
based on what? his string of highly successful, international businesses that touch our lives daily?


or a string of insolvencies, liquidations and asset stripping operations?


He may be smart, but who benefits from his smarts? the employees, small shareholders and customers of Sevco?

None of the above.

I cannot believe that Mr Green felt morally compelled to organise the share sale for the week before Xmas simply because he promised it’d be before the end of the year.

When he actually “promised” this, I’m not sure. In August, he said in the Herald: “We are hoping to announce our plans in the next couple of weeks, which are on track for it being done before the end of this year.” Mr Green voiced his flotation hopes as he unveiled a major merchandising joint venture with billionaire Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct retail chain.

Meanwhile, Rangers Megastore appear to be selling replica kit at half price across the board. I wonder why only the Away and 3rd kits have the five stars on them?

The Real Battle Begins?
The share issue will obviously be a “success”.

The figure to be raised has always been quoted as £20m. With his “institutional investors” (whatever/whoever that means) having apparently coughed £17m, and this morning’s fan figure quoted at £3-5m, then that figure would appear to have been reached.

Of course, Mr Green must have had a good idea all along that he’d be able to use that £17m figure.

He knew all along how this was going to pan out. The share issue to fans is nothing but a smoke screen designed to keep those of blind faith onside, whilst raising a relatively unimportant few quid on the side.

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