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Peter A Smith @PeterAdamSmith

I've been researching Bill Ng and this info sheds light on a man we know little about. It's all new and worth a read. Link to follow.

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Is there anyone out there interested in buying us that the Scottish media won't try and drag there name through the mud?

I haven't read it yet but it's the Scottish media and it certain to be negative for us.

Just read a few posts on his twitter and it will tell u it's bad news.

These random journos seem to be coming out the woodwork these days.

Who the fuck is Peter Adam Smith? I've never heard of him until now.

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Singaporean businessman Bill Ng, who is leading one of the consortiums bidding to buy Rangers, claims to have been a fan of the club since he was a boy.

But in Scotland Ng, whose five-man consortium is offering £20m for the Ibrox club, is a largely unknown quantity.

His family's wealth can be traced back to the Chinese Hokkien clan associations who make up Singapore's business elite.

The clans were formed in the early days of modern Singapore after it was established as a British trading post in 1819. Waves of Chinese immigrants arrived, helping to swell the population of the port from 1,000 to 10,000 in just six years.

Ng's father was a prominent clan leader from the 1940s right through to the 1980, while his mother's parents founded Singapore's largest broking firm, Ong & Company Stockbrokers.

When Ng took over S-League football club Hougang United questions were asked about his commitment to football, but the club is currently in sixth place and on course for its best ever league finish.

He is also a keen motor racing enthusiast who is one of the marshals at the Singapore Grand Prix.

Ng has said he wants to see Rangers make history rather than be history and has pledged to maintain the club's heritage.

However, in Singapore he is known as a hard-headed businessman whose only concern is making a positive return on his investment.

He has business contacts in Hong Kong and China, as well as Malaysia, where he flew on to after announcing his bid for Rangers in London on Monday.

Wow. Great story :sleep1:

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<br>Protip: There is not a single businessman out there who hasn't made money on dodgy deals.<br><br>Not. a. single. one.<br>
<br><br>But they all seem to be able to get on with there dodgy dealings. Until they go public that there interested in bidding for Rangers. <br><br>Then every journo in Scotland falls over themselves to "investigate" them.
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If there's something worth knowing, I'd rather it get investigated. Do people have that short a memory?

Oh aye because there really going to go to all this bother for the best interests of Rangers and the fans.

How do we even know the cunts are not making most of it up? There all dodgy bastards who will do anything to shine a bad light on someone and sell a story.

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Profile: Bill Ng, the Singaporean high-flyer who wants to 'make history' with Rangers

The chairman of Singaporean club Hougang United has a reputation as a hard-nosed businessman.

Bill Ng: Businessman has made a £20m bid for the Ibrox club.

Singaporean businessman Bill Ng, who is leading one of the consortiums bidding to buy Rangers, claims to have been a fan of the club since he was a boy.

But in Scotland Ng, whose five-man consortium is offering £20m for the Ibrox club, is a largely unknown quantity.

His family's wealth can be traced back to the Chinese Hokkien clan associations who make up Singapore's business elite.

The clans were formed in the early days of modern Singapore after it was established as a British trading post in 1819. Waves of Chinese immigrants arrived, helping to swell the population of the port from 1,000 to 10,000 in just six years.

Ng's father was a prominent clan leader from the 1940s right through to the 1980, while his mother's parents founded Singapore's largest broking firm, Ong & Company Stockbrokers.

When Ng took over S-League football club Hougang United questions were asked about his commitment to football, but the club is currently in sixth place and on course for its best ever league finish.

He is also a keen motor racing enthusiast who is one of the marshals at the Singapore Grand Prix.

Ng has said he wants to see Rangers make history rather than be history and has pledged to maintain the club's heritage.

However, in Singapore he is known as a hard-headed businessman whose only concern is making a positive return on his investment.

He has business contacts in Hong Kong and China, as well as Malaysia, where he flew on to after announcing his bid for Rangers in London on Monday.

http://news.stv.tv/scotland/west-central/303348-profile-bill-ng-the-singaporean-high-flyer-who-wants-to-make-history-with-rangers/

This is what he's found out...

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Load of utter garbage, can't believe he tweeted he was going to post this before he had the article finished, as though it was gonnae be the news story of the month, waiting with baited breath to see what he wrote and he delivers a couple dozen lines of pish straight aff wikipedia. Away back to school son.

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Loving the paranoia from the bears, just because someone says the are going to write a story doesn't mean it will be bad.

As others highlighted, we should be happy the press are looking closely at ALL bidders, after all, do we really want another Craig Whyte walking up Edminston Road ???

IMO, I was expecting more from it, very little substance except for family history going back 100 years but it's better than nothing .... I suppose !!

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