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  1. I think RM members should be taking up a couple of hundred of these places. It is an amazing opportunity to get your name on the tunnel at Ibrox forever and help the RFF.
  2. Scott actually goes out to Malawi to see how his projects are coming along. I can assure you that every penny raised gets spent properly. Good luck mate. Gary is correct as every penny we raise goes directly to our projects in Malawi. Our media love to try and spin a story about Malawi and the money there government spend etc but the Malawian government (of only 4 years) is doing a fantastic job and with this combined with the charity work being done in Malawi is making a tremendous difference to there country.
  3. I can pick them up from you if u want mate, thx.
  4. Yeah folks I am going back out to Malawi for 3 weeks on the 24th June. I will be representing our charity Moni Malawi and I will be visiting the nursary and the feeding stations we are supporting. I will also be making the final plans for building the school as well as start a feeding program for over 400 children in our village of Kambudzi. To raise additional funds me and some of my mates are doing a 10k in Glasgow on Sunday. I know can you believe I am dragging this unfit ass of mine for 10k around Glasgow. If you like you can sponsor me at the following link In addition to this we are having a race night in Mr Singh's on Tuesday night (22nd). For £20 you get a fantastic 3 course meal and some fun betting on the horses. There are only a few tickets remaining so get in touch if you want to make a contribution and enjoy a great night. Rangers Media have been fantastic supporters of Moni Malawi and we really appreciate all your help. All the money raised goes directly to helping the children of Malawi.
  5. Contacts, don't insult me here about other sites/posters or insinuating I may be a part of it. I couldn't give a flying fuck about all that business. I think you know that. Why go on to argue about a situation that never happened ? We never had a fire sale therefore he's a hero ? So on the one hand you rubbish others claims but credit your mate for not following that path ? You tell me what he has done to now grace the title 'saviour' Give me one good reason. Just one. Where do I insinuate you were part of it? Why do you think there was no fire sale when we all thought there would be one? Maybe because a deal was done with the bank that stopped them looking for players to be sold. Maybe this deal could only be done as Rangers had appointed a respectable guy from the finance world who the bank trusted. So if Donald Muir does not do that deal then we would have been looking at selling players and this could only have hindered Walter and our team. By the way he is not my mate. Because i met him once and defended him does not make him a mate but yes i was lucky enough to ask him face to face all my questions and everything he said that day has actually come true. That is why I trust him - if that changes then I will start to doubt him the way I would doubt others. As far as good reasons go I think you have already made your mind up on the guy - you obviously just don't like him but life is all about opinions and yours is as valid as anyone else's. For me i have no doubts that Donald Muir played a huge part in turning around our club as he has done with all companies of SDM.
  6. The annual reports at the end of the year told us that it had been agreed with Lloyds that we would be repaying our outstanding debt at £1 million per year. I'm not sure if you are trying to be subtle in your twisting of what was said or whether you just don't understand. The contracts may have been 'shite' in the opinion of the guys who have not signed them. The club, i.e. Walter Smith felt that this is what the players were worth per week. There was some negotiation as would be expected. Also, Walter has a budget of £5 million - which he agreed and signed his new deal based on - had he wanted to up the offers to any of these players he had the ability to do so. We had more than enough players to cover central midfield. Edu, Thomson, McCulloch, Davis - hell, Naismith and Fleck can even play in there too (and have done this season). We probably can't no. Boyd is a very special talent in that regard, yet he was still not 100% in the managers plans. Given a straight choice, Walter would always pick Kenny Miller. Boyd made his own decisions on how to handle the contract he was offered. Walter just got sick of waiting on him so he decided it was time he went, up until Walter's comments there was still an offer on the table that Smith felt was adequate that Boyd could have signed at any time. Had Walter not made his decision for him, then with the way it is going now I'd have expected Boyd to have chosen to stay at Rangers. In effect, it looks moreso every day that Boyd made the wrong decision or was ill advised to wait. We were in debilitating financial straights which are still not completely solved now due to the debt that we have because of the way that the club was managed in the past, not the way that it is trying to be sorted out now? Also - Muir hasn't tried to spin anything. In fact, he has been completely silent and let all of the abuse he took brush off him like water off a ducks back. The article I wrote, was merely my own perspective on events. nice summary Rab
  7. If you believed some our club only had 40 days before we went bust, would be run like a club the size of St.Mirren, all our players were up for sale and we would be playing a youth team in the SPL. Do you think we would have won the league if we had sold 5 players during the Jan transfer window as was reported? When Muir came in we were losing money every month. Due to his track record the bank were happy to deal with him. Credibility I think it is called. He joined our club in October and since then has done a deal with the bank, got us breaking even and therefore safe from financial difficulties, challenging the people within Ibrox to deliver and just like he has done with all of SDM's companies he has them going forward again. Donald Muir is no saviour but he is a top kiddy in the business world and he has done a terrific job at Rangers. For the record not as good a job as Walter.
  8. Thanks folks for all the nice comments. I'm still amazed the original article got just as much criticism as it received but I suppose it did not fit with some people's agenda. The day Rangers Media ever becomes a fans forum that controls what the fans discuss and does not allow decent debate would be the last day I logged on to this site. Thankfully Rangers Media has a policy to encourage debate.
  9. hahahahaha I'll let the people decide who they beleave on that one lol
  10. Great debate lads - i love this stuff - loads of different opinions. AJ should have moved to Scotland for a few months as if you had to beleave what everyone was saying we were almost in administration and were a club on its knees. Yeah Martin Bain is the CEO but the Chairman is the public face of the club and if he is at his desk every morning encouraging people and doing deals then the club would be better for it. AJ was a SDM man and now it appears he is not - what changed? Why is he not in the loop? Does SDM now not trust him? I have no idea of the answers but I would love to know. There is a lot more to all this as so much of it does not make any sense.
  11. What a poor appointment this man has been for our club. Not only is he based in the US but every time he opens his trap he seems to spout pish. When he was given the job as Chairman of our great club he should have moved to Scotland for the time he has that role. No way can you be Chairman of Rangers FC even in good times from across the water never mind when the world is against us. He has not offered us any direction, leadership or guidance during his time in charge and everytime he speaks he causes more and more confusion. His latest rant is aimed at the only guy that would appear to be seriously interested in buying the club. We are all desperate for the club to be sold so that we can move on and the bold AJ has a pop at the guy trying to buy us. Not only that when Ellis gives his reply the bold AJ has another pop at him. One thing that puzzles me is why does AJ think that Ellis or any other bidder actually have to talk to him? The shares will be bought from SDM (the Murray Group) so why would AJ be involved in any discussions? Is he just pissed off that he is out of the loop? I would like AJ to come out and answer a few questions and clear up a few things for the fans. As SDM appointed AJ why does it appear that he know seems to be rebelling against SDM? What has happened? What is the motivation behind his recent comments? If Ellis is a phoney come out and say it.
  12. Why don't we get a table of RM'ers going and I'll make sure you get a good table ;o)
  13. No mate when did you send it and to what email addy?
  14. 3 course meal included. Rod Woodward is fantastic!