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Staring us in the face now.

What happens then - extinction or a newco?

Will liquidation make us more attractive to new bidders or will it be the end of us?

Will SFA and SPL sanctions apply to a newco? Looks like they may so will there be a newco? How could a newco start up with a transfer ban in place?

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Staring us in the face now.

What happens then - extinction or a newco?

Will liquidation make us more attractive to new bidders or will it be the end of us?

Will SFA and SPL sanctions apply to a newco? Looks like they may so will there be a newco? How could a newco start up with a transfer ban in place?

Lets go to the third division,and fill the stadium every two weeks!! That will show them all that we shall all stick together,,,and finish off the spl once and for all

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Staring us in the face now.

What happens then - extinction or a newco?

Will liquidation make us more attractive to new bidders or will it be the end of us?

Will SFA and SPL sanctions apply to a newco? Looks like they may so will there be a newco? How could a newco start up with a transfer ban in place?

Not really,a bit closer yes, given up, not fucking yet!!!!!

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Hate to say it, but you could be right where we are heading, read one of the guys on Ernst&Jones saying the next 24 hours are critical for Rangers, but, we must believe! Whatever happens I hope we always remember what they did to us

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not sure how it would work but a newco is a new entity so you could argue that a transfer embargo hinders the new company,aswell as the fine plus we would be under SFL so its a tricky one

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Staring us in the face now.

What happens then - extinction or a newco?

Will liquidation make us more attractive to new bidders or will it be the end of us?

Will SFA and SPL sanctions apply to a newco? Looks like they may so will there be a newco? How could a newco start up with a transfer ban in place?

Don't understand how the sanctions(SFA/SPL) can apply to a new company? Can you help me out please mate. I thought liquidation was a clean slate, on everything.

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Don't understand how the sanctions(SFA/SPL) can apply to a new company? Can you help me out please mate. I thought liquidation was a clean slate, on everything.

If it happened the new company would buy all of Rangers history cups,name,brand etc and that would then be transfered over to the new parent company Rangers 2012 or whatever

The Football club will still be Rangers fc and as such any ban would be carried over as it has all the history etc like Leeds utd.

But here is the BIG problem if the old Rangers 1889 company is liquidated we could lose all our players if they wanted to leave, we would then be unable to replace them with anyone.

That would kill off Rangers fc all together and that is why this ban must be fought by the club.

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If it happened the new company would buy all of Rangers history cups,name,brand etc and that would then be transfered over to the new parent company Rangers 2012 or whatever

The Football club will still be Rangers fc and as such any ban would be carried over as it has all the history etc like Leeds utd/

But here is the BIG problem if the old Rangers 1889 company is liquidated we could lose all our players if they wanted to leave, we would then be unable to replace them with anyone.

That would kill off Rangers fc all together and why this ban must be fought by the club.

Thanks for that.

So Murray and Whytes mistakes and mis-management gave our enemies perfect ammunition to finish us off. Makes sense now. Thank you.

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The SPHell are meeting to discuss new 'financial fair play rules' and also sanctions to be handed out to phoenix clubs who rise from the ashes of the old clubs who are forced down this route.

I can't remember Airdrieonians being sanctioned when they went into liquidation and bought over Clydebank's registration, changed that club's name to Airdrie United, proceeded to relocate that club to Airdrie then change that club's strip to mimic the old diamonds of Airdrieonians.

Can anyone else remember any sanctions placed on said club?

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The SPHell are meeting to discuss new financial 'fair play' rules and sanctions for phoenix clubs who rise from the ashes of the old clubs who are forced down this route.

After Airdrieonians went into liquidation I can't remember Airdrie United facing sanctions when they bought over Clydebank's registration, changed that club's name to Airdrie United, moved the club to Airdrie then changed the club's strip to mimic the old diamonds of Airdrieonians.

Can anyone else remember any punishments imposed on Airdrie United?

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The SPHell are meeting to discuss new financial 'fair play' rules and sanctions for phoenix clubs who rise from the ashes of the old clubs who are forced down this route.

After Airdrieonians went into liquidation I can't remember Airdrie United facing sanctions when they bought over Clydebank's registration, changed that club's name to Airdrie United, moved the club to Airdrie then changed the club's strip to mimic the old diamonds of Airdrieonians.

Can anyone else remember any punishments imposed on Airdrie United?

I posted a topic last night about the possibility of Donald Findlay making Cowdenbeath available the same as Airdrie used Clydebank. Technically Cowdenbeath would be renamed Rangers Utd (or similar) and relocated to Ibrox so it would be their SFA history & registration which would continue so there would be no baggage from the liquidated Rangers FC. As a continuation of an existing club UEFA couldn't impose a 3 year ban, if the rebranded Cowdenbeath were to win the cup or finish high up the SPL in year 2!

This would obviously be a wrench for many, given that the history of RFC would have to be temporarily abandoned and possibly the use of Ibrox at first too, if Whyte was being a dick or it was tied up in legal action for a while. Playing out of Hampden or Broadwood might be an option for a period in limbo.

Within a few years memories would fade and the toxic association with RFC in terms of debt and sanctions would disappear, so like Airdrie the break in history would diminish in relevance since folk would just see a side with similar name, playing in the same colours in the same stadium and would naturally claim the unique history of its ancestor. The concept of buying it seems bizarre, as though history is a tradable commodity. In any case anything paying for it in name of goodwill or something would only go to Whyte or HMRC/Ticketus anyway and it aint theirs to sell - it belongs to the people who live it.

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