22
Jun

ALLOWED TO BUY

Charles Green has confirmed that there is every opportunity that Rangers could be allowed to sign players before they actually come out of administration.

Charles Green is exploring the opportunity by having the Company Voluntary Arrangement approved shortly. This would mean that the club would have a cooling-off period of 28 days. Green also confirmed that the club will not be losing any money in buying the players because most of them are free transfers. Due to the financial situation within Europe at the moment, a lot of high-profile players have been released by the clubs.

21
May

LENNON WANTS RANGERS IN SPL

Celtic manager Neil Lennon has said that Rangers should be allowed to get on with playing in the top division of Scottish Premier league if new owners arrive at the club.

24
Feb

WHY I HATE RANGERS

When Rangers went into administration last week there were a number of people who couldn’t help but smile. The reason for this is that Rangers are in short a disgrace to football.

The Old Firm match is built up as one of the great football rivalries between two great clubs. Rangers have never won the European Cup, and considering the fact that they and Celtic are the only clubs that ever seem to qualify from Scotland this shows how far the Scottish league is from the top of world football.

15
Nov

RANGERS ARE CHEATS

If I stood up in Glasgow City centre and screamed at the top of my voice that Rangers were cheats, it wouldn't take long for some bald (probably topless) Blues fan to come up, grab me by the scruff of the neck, and start screaming right in my face about not having any proof, and that Celtic are the cheating side in Glasgae.

Well, here's your proof! One fan's campaign to provide the evidence of Ranger's cheating over the last few years!

30
Apr

Rangers Best Defender to Move on

Glasgow Rangers are expected to strike a deal to sell Danny Wilson to Liverpool which will see the defender return to Ibrox on loan next season.

A proposed £3million offer has been discussed between representatives of both clubs, with Rafael Benitez keen to bring the 18-year-old to Anfield in a bid to boost his defensive ranks.

Earlier this month Rangers chief executive Martin Bain revealed that Liverpool were the forerunners for the Scotland under-19 international.

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