The SPL and the cheats charter

The SPL and the cheats charter

By David Scott
The SPL have outlined their plans for the future of Scottish Football and it seems to anyone reading them that the document ‘Your Game, Your Club, Your Future’ would be better called ‘Anything to save the Cheats.’ This disgraceful document, sent to all SFL clubs, outlines 5 scenarios, all of which focus on how to save the cheats. They are as follows:...
Barrack O'bomber and the fiasco outside Newco

Barrack O'bomber and the fiasco outside Newco

By David Scott
As a football player, John Brown lacked finesse and any real class. His style relied muscle and attempting to intimidate the opposition. One might be tempted to say that he was a quintessentially Rangers player as the likes of John Grieg, Ian Ferguson, Lee McCulloch and Terry Hurlock were similar...

Rangers are dead!

Rangers are dead. I will not pretend that writing that sentence did not give me great pleasure. It did. I am glad that they are dead. All of my life this “Scottish institution” was a powerful symbol that I was, by accident of birth, born into a country where I was not wanted and not valued. If city rivals Celtic are an iconic manifestation of the existence of Glasgow’s Irish community then Rangers came to symbolise xenophobia and hatred of my people. By the early 20th century the Ibrox club brought in a signing ban on Catholic players. Indeed Rangers legend Sandy Jardine recently said that when he had joined the club in 1964 there wasn’t a single Catholic member of staff employed there. Although that signing ban was publically lifted in 1989 when they bought ex-Celtic player Maurice Johnston another “policy”...
Rangers: the movie

Rangers: the movie ByPhil Mac Giolla Bhain

Over the last 48 hours the action in the Rangers disaster movie has speeded up....
Another bad day for Rangers

Another bad day for Rangers ByPhil Mac Giolla Bhain

The SFA published a damning report on the Ibrox club today and a consortium interested in buying Rangers decided to withdraw their bid....
Rangers fans help to chase away the man who could have saved their club

Rangers fans help to chase away the man who could have saved their club ByPhil Mac Giolla Bhain

A campaign of racist abuse against Mr Bill Miller by Rangers supporters was a contributory factor in him deciding to walk away from the Ibrox club....
Rangers mullered by Miller

Rangers mullered by Miller ByJohn Girvan

"...after hearing the message from Rangers supporters and fans loud and clear (“Yank go home!”), I notified the administrators today that I have withdrawn my bid for Rangers and will not be moving forward."...
Rangers nearing death?

Rangers nearing death?

By Phil Mac Giolla Bhain
These are historic days for Scotland’s establishment club. Since going into administration on February 15th this year the supporters of Rangers  have waited on each statement from the administrators  Duff & Phelps in much the same way distraught relatives hang on every word of a doctor as they tell...

Rangers administrators name American businessman Bill Miller as preferred bidder

By Alex O'Henley
American businessman Bill Miller has been given preferred bidder status by Rangers administrators with the tow-truck tycoon now having a fortnight to do due diligence on the Ibrox club....
SPL delay financial fair play vote

SPL delay financial fair play vote

By Alex O Henley
Scottish Premier League adjourn proposed new rule changes on Financial Fair Play...
McCoist admits liquidation looks more of a possibility for Rangers

McCoist admits liquidation looks more of a possibility for Rangers ByAlex O Henley

Ally McCoist has admited that liquidation looks more likely for Rangers Football Club. Meanwhile, Celtic's manager Neil Lennon refuted suggestions this season's SPL title might be tainted. All these reactions came after Celtic trashed Rangers 3-0 in the last Old Firm derby of the season....
Police investigate threats made against judicial panel members and SFA directors

Police investigate threats made against judicial panel members and SFA directors ByAlex O Henley

The Scottish Football Association has issued a statement after threats were made against Judicial Panel members and SFA directors. The alarm was raised after the names of panel members involved in Monday’s decision to issue Rangers with a £160,000 fine and a 12-month transfer ban were published on social media forums, prompting fears for their safety and security. The matter has now been passed into the hands of Strathclyde Police who are taking the threats seriously....
The SFA stuns Rangers with fine

The SFA stuns Rangers with fine

Scottish club Rangers are on the brink of extinction this morning after a Scottish Football Association hearing into the club’s affairs imposed a 12-month embargo on the signing of new...
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