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June 2012

Acquisition of Rangers FC

Zeus Capital, the Manchester and London based corporate advisory firm have worked in conjunction with Charles Green to complete the £5.5 million acquisition of the business and assets of Rangers Football Club out of liquidation.

The transfer of the business and assets to a new company structure has taken effect immediately and the new company is The Rangers Football Club.

An application has already been made by the company to register with the Scottish Football Association and to participate in the SPL.

As part of the deal Imran Ahmad and Brian Stockbridge from Zeus Capital have joined the Board of The Rangers Football Club. Zeus Capital and its associates are also investors in the newco.

Zeus Capital is experienced in working with football clubs having advised Sunderland Football Club on 2 previous deals including the takeover by Niall Quinn and his consortium and advised on the Rule 9 offer for West Bromwich Albion.

Members of the Zeus Capital team have also worked on deals for the following football clubs, Manchester United, Leicester City, Sheffield United and Millwall.

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June 2012

Acquisition of Rangers FC

Zeus Capital, the Manchester and London based corporate advisory firm have worked in conjunction with Charles Green to complete the £5.5 million acquisition of the business and assets of Rangers Football Club out of liquidation.

The transfer of the business and assets to a new company structure has taken effect immediately and the new company is The Rangers Football Club.

An application has already been made by the company to register with the Scottish Football Association and to participate in the SPL.

As part of the deal Imran Ahmad and Brian Stockbridge from Zeus Capital have joined the Board of The Rangers Football Club. Zeus Capital and its associates are also investors in the newco.

Zeus Capital is experienced in working with football clubs having advised Sunderland Football Club on 2 previous deals including the takeover by Niall Quinn and his consortium and advised on the Rule 9 offer for West Bromwich Albion.

Members of the Zeus Capital team have also worked on deals for the following football clubs, Manchester United, Leicester City, Sheffield United and Millwall.

And?????? :rolleyes:

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And?????? :rolleyes:

Zeus Capital is experienced in working with football clubs having advised Sunderland Football Club on 2 previous deals including the takeover by Niall Quinn and his consortium and advised on the Rule 9 offer for West Bromwich Albion.

Members of the Zeus Capital team have also worked on deals for the following football clubs, Manchester United, Leicester City, Sheffield United and Millwall.

And ???? :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

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Zeus Capital is experienced in working with football clubs having advised Sunderland Football Club on 2 previous deals including the takeover by Niall Quinn and his consortium and advised on the Rule 9 offer for West Bromwich Albion.

Members of the Zeus Capital team have also worked on deals for the following football clubs, Manchester United, Leicester City, Sheffield United and Millwall.

And ???? :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

Well, that clears that up then!!!! :rolleyes::lol:

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sounds like these guys know what they are doing, the sunderland part gives me great hope regarding them as the team that took over at sunderland with quinn made them the richest club in england at one point

It would appear that some here couldn't grasp anything positive about the set up Charlie has put in place, probably because they have no intention of even trying.

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Greens consortium needs to be a little more forthcoming with the fans.

Green himself listed an "investor" as a guy who then came out and said he wasnt invovled and supported Douglas Park.

Does he not even know who has gave him money & how the shares are distributed?

i want to know:

  • exactly who is in, how much money they out in, and what shareholding they own.
  • i also want to know how much funding is in place & how much more investment these guys are looking to put into the club to get us back to the standard we should be at.
  • and finally, how are key decisions made? Does Green get the final word, or will it be a board room vote with each investor represented?

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It would appear that some here couldn't grasp anything positive about the set up Charlie has put in place, probably because they have no intention of even trying.

They way I see it is these guys WANT to be here. Walter feels he has to.

Zeus and any other investors will be in this to make money, sure, but for them to do that they need to get the club operating properly and performing/winning. If they are successful and make money then it will mean we will hopefully be successful on the pitch

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They way I see it is these guys WANT to be here. Walter feels he has to.

Zeus and any other investors will be in this to make money, sure, but for them to do that they need to get the club operating properly and performing/winning. If they are successful and make money then it will mean we will hopefully be successful on the pitch

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Greens consortium needs to be a little more forthcoming with the fans.

Green himself listed an "investor" as a guy who then came out and said he wasnt invovled and supported Douglas Park.

Does he not even know who has gave him money & how the shares are distributed?

i want to know:

  • exactly who is in, how much money they out in, and what shareholding they own.
  • i also want to know how much funding is in place & how much more investment these guys are looking to put into the club to get us back to the standard we should be at.
  • and finally, how are key decisions made? Does Green get the final word, or will it be a board room vote with each investor represented?

while you are at it, can you ask Park and McColl these thins, and also ask them where the fuck they were for the last 4 months when the ordinary Rangers fans were donating part of their monthly wages to the RFFF

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while you are at it, can you ask Park and McColl where the fuck they were for the last 4 months when the ordinary Rangers fans were donating part of their monthly wages to the RFFF

IMHO No Rangers man who had the money to invest wants to take on a company with crippling debt and take the risk of having to shell out £30M+ to agree any CVA and keep the club from liquidation. They would also probably very wary of how the fans would react to the risk of the CVA failing and them being associated with the liquidation.

Green admitted he was here to save the club and make money from it and from the amount offered in the CVA his plan was probably to liquidate all along.

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Greens consortium needs to be a little more forthcoming with the fans.

Green himself listed an "investor" as a guy who then came out and said he wasnt invovled and supported Douglas Park.

Does he not even know who has gave him money & how the shares are distributed?

i want to know:

  • exactly who is in, how much money they out in, and what shareholding they own.
  • i also want to know how much funding is in place & how much more investment these guys are looking to put into the club to get us back to the standard we should be at.
  • and finally, how are key decisions made? Does Green get the final word, or will it be a board room vote with each investor represented?

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Would say after listening to the Malcolm Murry(3rd time lucky) he will not take any shot goings on.........your three points are very good could/should be asked the exact same to the consortium now trying to purchase our debt free club.

But alas noone seems to have asked this003.gif

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IMHO No Rangers man who had the money to invest wants to take on a company with crippling debt and take the risk of having to shell out £30M+ to agree any CVA and keep the club from liquidation. They would also probably very wary of how the fans would react to the risk of the CVA failing and them being associated with the liquidation.

Green admitted he was here to save the club and make money from it and from the amount offered in the CVA his plan was probably to liquidate all along.

Only say re your post .....the last part don't think he really wanted liquidation as the club with no Europe would certainly not get him his quick get out fix or his oinvestors who haven't said that want out quickly.whereas Charles Green has never hidden the fact that when his job is of no more value he will be off.

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I'd like to hear more from Walters consortium. Like is Wattie gonna stick around or is he just the face of the consortium. What their plans are, how much money they gonna put in and are they willing to stick around if we did go to the 3rd. There's a lack of transparency here. I think we all agree Walter being involved is a good thing but what part is he gonna play in our rebuilding.

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Zeus and any other investors will be in this to make money, sure, but for them to do that they need to get the club operating properly and performing/winning. If they are successful and make money then it will mean we will hopefully be successful on the pitch

Stop being sensible in your posts...we prefer to deal in hysteria :lol:

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IMHO No Rangers man who had the money to invest wants to take on a company with crippling debt and take the risk of having to shell out £30M+ to agree any CVA and keep the club from liquidation. They would also probably very wary of how the fans would react to the risk of the CVA failing and them being associated with the liquidation.

Green admitted he was here to save the club and make money from it and from the amount offered in the CVA his plan was probably to liquidate all along.

havin a club with no euro income isnt exactly a money spinner as ED says, also reen was able to commit to the binding agreement to by the newco assets, why didnt mccoll and park do it then

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Only say re your post .....the last part don't think he really wanted liquidation as the club with no Europe would certainly not get him his quick get out fix or his oinvestors who haven't said that want out quickly.whereas Charles Green has never hidden the fact that when his job is of no more value he will be off.

Sure the Euro cash is gonna be missed. But lets face it, We have been missing a decent run and the associated cash for a few years already... and what with the state we are in I dont think any investor would have expect to make much in that department for the next couple of seasons at least. Therefore as far as Greens backers concerned better to offer a paltry sum to creditors and hope for the best but no big deal if it is refused.

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Sure the Euro cash is gonna be missed. But lets face it, We have been missing a decent run and the associated cash for a few years already... and what with the state we are in I dont think any investor would have expect to make much in that department for the next couple of seasons at least. Therefore as far as Greens backers concerned better to offer a paltry sum to creditors and hope for the best but no big deal if it is refused.

But Greens backers see a bigger picture re our club. That is why I find it sad that this call for 'don't buy your season book until these people have been got rid of' sad really instead of combining what both groups can offer and be stronger as a result.

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Sure the Euro cash is gonna be missed. But lets face it, We have been missing a decent run and the associated cash for a few years already...

we got to the Europa League last 16 in Smiths last season after dropping out of the Champions League group stages, that most likely brought in 20 million quid :lol:

we have had 1 bad season in europe after 2 decent money making ones

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