02 September 2015
by Andy McKellar | Editor Emeritus
The calamitous turmoil of Rangers Football Club’s recent past will not quietly pass into distant memory it would appear. Arrests were made Tuesday in connection with the alleged fraudulent acquisition in 2012 and charges were filed against Craig Whyte, Charles Green – both of whom face organised crime charges – and David Whitehouse, joint-administrator for Duff & Phelps. His counterpart Paul Clark was added to the arrest roll Wednesday.
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04 August 2015
by Alan Clark | Deputy Editor
Rangers tonight submitted an increased third bid of £280,000 for Hibernian midfielder Scott Allan, with varied reports suggesting it has been snubbed by the Easter Road club already.
The latest offer was believed to have included a future sell-on fee clause in order to tempt the Hibs hierarchy, but it seems it is still not enough for them to deal in.
The highly-rated playmaker has already been the subject of two bids from Ibrox as we all know, as well as the Glasgow-born boyhood bluenose submitting a written transfer request, in what is proving to be the biggest transfer story in Scottish football in this summer transfer window.
03 August 2015
by Shane Nicholson | Executive Editor
As the battle over the media bans of Chris McLaughlin and Graham Spiers waged on over the BBC's airwaves tonight, the Rangers Supporters Trust issued a statement detailing the response from the SPFL in regards to McLaughlin's acquiring a match delegate's report last Saturday.
So Jim Spence says... pic.twitter.com/dCdpDQnP2v— Shane Nicholson (@ofvoid) August 3, 2015
But the BBC Trust said... pic.twitter.com/BqABpWqHEU— Shane Nicholson (@ofvoid) August 3, 2015
So when Jim says he wants to be "less constrained in what (he) can say" basically that means he wants to lie about shit.— Shane Nicholson (@ofvoid) August 3, 2015