Rst Selling Strips In Ibrox Primary School in The Bears' Den Posted January 20, 2016 Woah. That's some attempt at distorting the truth. The 5p in a £1 is a total crock of shit measurement. It's a liberty. And it's taking our fans for fools. It is a reasonable enough concept of a measurement, most of us are genuinely only interested in how much money Rangers get out of the deal.Future earnings, retained profit and all that are fine, but really immaterial to the club in that we have had actual cash issued over the last few years.It is only misleading if people think we get 5p and SD get 95p of the profit. As long as that is made clear, it really isn't that bad a measure.It may feel unfair because it is not taking costs into account, and obviously if Rangers sold these ourselves, we would receive all of the money and then pay out costs, and could end up at a similar benefit, but given the circumstances, knowing how much of my money would end up with my club (or has ended up with my club) when I buy official club goods seems reasonable.And to keep sort of on the topic, the reason I was asking was because of the debate around RST saying £10 (or £11) would go to the club from each £20 shirt, so there is a comparison.And of course it is interesting that in both cases the money getting to Rangers is delayed, for different reasons.