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“Why the feck wont they die !!!!!!!!, we’ve done everything to de-stabilise them.”

Why is it a football club in the lowest league of Scottish football can eclipse the attendance figures of the combined matches in the so called top tier ?

“Why are they doing this ffs !!!. How can they buy season tickets after Whyte - this new guy is an unknown”

In 2012, following their club being forced into liquidation by a largely unknown Mr Whyte, Rangers supporters en mass saved their club from further financial ruin by buying season tickets on an unprecedented scale. This despite little being known about the new owner Mr Green. Their actions were not motivated by financial projections or business plans, but by the love of something that is more than just a football club. Way more.

“What do you mean Sky insist any deal is dependant on showing Rangers ? FFS they are in the third division of Scottish football”

Rangers FC, Third Division SFL, command the highest viewing figures of Sky Television's Scottish televised matches.

“They are fecked. Mark's documentary has won a BAFTA and we have the Orwellian Award. Scotland has them convicted and Phil's book will be the coup de gras. That fecker Traynor remains they only fly in the ointment.”

In October 2012 the Daily Record suspended online comments from readers due to abuse of other posters and Daily Record journalists.. Their Chief Sports Correspondent, James Traynor, was one of the few journalists in Scotland who maintained a favourable stance towards Rangers FC. His blog was the target of a particularly vociferous and vindictive campaign due to his determination to keep an open mind on Rangers FC. Ironically, at this time Channel 4 news correspondent Alex Thomson saw fit to write about so called intimidation by Rangers fans.

In November 2012 a first tier tax tribunal ruled in favour of Rangers FC and rejected the claims of HMRC that they were guilty of tax avoidance. Post verdict the Rangers Tax Case Blog, the recipient of an Orwellian award for journalism, frantically attempted to delete all files pertaining to their award winning site.

“Two fuura pound, two furra pound”

“If Rangers play on the streets, we will fill the pavements”

As Scottish Premier League Clubs are forced to offer “saver” deals in order to attract supporters to to matches, on Friday 23rd November 2012, Elgin City announce their forthcoming match with Rangers is cancelled due to the over sale of tickets and on the health and safety advice of the Police.

One word..

Rangers.

The legend goes from strength to strength.

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“Why the feck wont they die !!!!!!!!, we’ve done everything to de-stabilise them.”

Why is it a football club in the lowest league of Scottish football can eclipse the attendance figures of the combined matches in the so called top tier ?

“Why are they doing this ffs !!!. How can they buy season tickets after Whyte - this new guy is an unknown”

In 2012, following their club being forced into liquidation by a largely unknown Mr Whyte, Rangers supporters en mass saved their club from further financial ruin by buying season tickets on an unprecedented scale. This despite little being known about the new owner Mr Green. Their actions were not motivated by financial projections or business plans, but by the love of something that is more than just a football club. Way more.

“What do you mean Sky insist any deal is dependant on showing Rangers ? FFS they are in the third division of Scottish football”

Rangers FC, Third Division SFL, command the highest viewing figures of Sky Television's Scottish televised matches.

“They are fecked. Mark's documentary has won a BAFTA and we have the Orwellian Award. Scotland has them convicted and Phil's book will be the coup de gras. That fecker Traynor remains they only fly in the ointment.”

In October 2012 the Daily Record suspended online comments from readers due to abuse of other posters and Daily Record journalists.. Their Chief Sports Correspondent, James Traynor, was one of the few journalists in Scotland who maintained a favourable stance towards Rangers FC. His blog was the target of a particularly vociferous and vindictive campaign due to his determination to keep an open mind on Rangers FC. Ironically, at this time Channel 4 news correspondent Alex Thomson saw fit to write about so called intimidation by Rangers fans.

In November 2012 a first tier tax tribunal ruled in favour of Rangers FC and rejected the claims of HMRC that they were guilty of tax avoidance. Post verdict the Rangers Tax Case Blog, the recipient of an Orwellian reward for journalism, frantically attempted to delete all files pertaining to their award winning site.

“Two fuura pound, two furra pound”

“If Rangers play on the streets, we will fill the pavements”

As Scottish Premier League Clubs are forced to offer “saver” deals in order to attract supporters to to matches, on Friday 23rd November 2012, Elgin City announce their forthcoming match with Rangers is cancelled due to the over sale of tickets and on the health and safety advice of the Police.

One word..

Rangers.

The legend goes from strength to strength.

Do you have a blog? If you don't you should have.

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“Why the feck wont they die !!!!!!!!, we’ve done everything to de-stabilise them.”

Why is it a football club in the lowest league of Scottish football can eclipse the attendance figures of the combined matches in the so called top tier ?

“Why are they doing this ffs !!!. How can they buy season tickets after Whyte - this new guy is an unknown”

In 2012, following their club being forced into liquidation by a largely unknown Mr Whyte, Rangers supporters en mass saved their club from further financial ruin by buying season tickets on an unprecedented scale. This despite little being known about the new owner Mr Green. Their actions were not motivated by financial projections or business plans, but by the love of something that is more than just a football club. Way more.

“What do you mean Sky insist any deal is dependant on showing Rangers ? FFS they are in the third division of Scottish football”

Rangers FC, Third Division SFL, command the highest viewing figures of Sky Television's Scottish televised matches.

“They are fecked. Mark's documentary has won a BAFTA and we have the Orwellian Award. Scotland has them convicted and Phil's book will be the coup de gras. That fecker Traynor remains they only fly in the ointment.”

In October 2012 the Daily Record suspended online comments from readers due to abuse of other posters and Daily Record journalists.. Their Chief Sports Correspondent, James Traynor, was one of the few journalists in Scotland who maintained a favourable stance towards Rangers FC. His blog was the target of a particularly vociferous and vindictive campaign due to his determination to keep an open mind on Rangers FC. Ironically, at this time Channel 4 news correspondent Alex Thomson saw fit to write about so called intimidation by Rangers fans.

In November 2012 a first tier tax tribunal ruled in favour of Rangers FC and rejected the claims of HMRC that they were guilty of tax avoidance. Post verdict the Rangers Tax Case Blog, the recipient of an Orwellian award for journalism, frantically attempted to delete all files pertaining to their award winning site.

“Two fuura pound, two furra pound”

“If Rangers play on the streets, we will fill the pavements”

As Scottish Premier League Clubs are forced to offer “saver” deals in order to attract supporters to to matches, on Friday 23rd November 2012, Elgin City announce their forthcoming match with Rangers is cancelled due to the over sale of tickets and on the health and safety advice of the Police.

One word..

Rangers.

The legend goes from strength to strength.

Yaaaaaaaassssss!

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I know the homepage is down but D'Artagnan should be a site writer.

I said this on his last piece. Consistently brilliant.

But the line on tax avoidance is wrong.

They tried to find us guilty of tax evasion.

We are guilty of tax avoidance. However tax avoidance isn't illegal.

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I said this on his last piece. Consistently brilliant.

But the line on tax avoidance is wrong.

They tried to find us guilty of tax evasion.

We are guilty of tax avoidance. However tax avoidance isn't illegal.

My understanding Hamie is that it is tax avoidance. Had it been evasion then it would have been criminal.

HMRC are trying to close down tax avoidance schemes. But I stand as ever to be corrected.

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My understanding Hamie is that it is tax avoidance. Had it been evasion then it would have been criminal.

HMRC are trying to close down tax avoidance schemes. But I stand as ever to be corrected.

Unsure mate, so many tax cases about tax avoidance.

Jimmy Carr etc, all tax avoidance.

I've never heard of someone or a company being found guilty of tax avoidance.

If we were found guilty then I'm sure it would be labelled as tax evasion.

But im not employed in the BBC or the Sun so don't consider myself a self taught tax guru!

So you could be right, maybe it would be called 'Illegal tax avoidance', but surely that's the same thing as evasion??

Too confusing!

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“Why the feck wont they die !!!!!!!!, we’ve done everything to de-stabilise them.”

Why is it a football club in the lowest league of Scottish football can eclipse the attendance figures of the combined matches in the so called top tier ?

“Why are they doing this ffs !!!. How can they buy season tickets after Whyte - this new guy is an unknown”

In 2012, following their club being forced into liquidation by a largely unknown Mr Whyte, Rangers supporters en mass saved their club from further financial ruin by buying season tickets on an unprecedented scale. This despite little being known about the new owner Mr Green. Their actions were not motivated by financial projections or business plans, but by the love of something that is more than just a football club. Way more.

“What do you mean Sky insist any deal is dependant on showing Rangers ? FFS they are in the third division of Scottish football”

Rangers FC, Third Division SFL, command the highest viewing figures of Sky Television's Scottish televised matches.

“They are fecked. Mark's documentary has won a BAFTA and we have the Orwellian Award. Scotland has them convicted and Phil's book will be the coup de gras. That fecker Traynor remains they only fly in the ointment.”

In October 2012 the Daily Record suspended online comments from readers due to abuse of other posters and Daily Record journalists.. Their Chief Sports Correspondent, James Traynor, was one of the few journalists in Scotland who maintained a favourable stance towards Rangers FC. His blog was the target of a particularly vociferous and vindictive campaign due to his determination to keep an open mind on Rangers FC. Ironically, at this time Channel 4 news correspondent Alex Thomson saw fit to write about so called intimidation by Rangers fans.

In November 2012 a first tier tax tribunal ruled in favour of Rangers FC and rejected the claims of HMRC that they were guilty of tax avoidance. Post verdict the Rangers Tax Case Blog, the recipient of an Orwellian award for journalism, frantically attempted to delete all files pertaining to their award winning site.

“Two fuura pound, two furra pound”

“If Rangers play on the streets, we will fill the pavements”

As Scottish Premier League Clubs are forced to offer “saver” deals in order to attract supporters to to matches, on Friday 23rd November 2012, Elgin City announce their forthcoming match with Rangers is cancelled due to the over sale of tickets and on the health and safety advice of the Police.

One word..

Rangers.

The legend goes from strength to strength.

this I like!!!!
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