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Perhaps this is utter nonsense, maybe not though...

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"Received this in an email that started as a question about whether Mendes could move on or not.

The little debate earlier about the Charity Shield being a competitive match got me intrigued. I googled and couldn't get an answer but I am lucky enough to have in my phone the number of a man who does know, that I do some work for. It isn't a competitive match I am told so Mendes is free to move on, but that isn't the reason for this. My little man in the know told me some very interesting stuff regarding our south side friends.

As Paul alluded the press have been FULLY briefed regarding moving players on. Rangers are in dire dire straits. Make no mistake, it is the waters we were charting just before a ship captained by a little man in a flat cap came a calling!

Bougherra has already told them he won't play again. Newcastle and Sunderland in but Marseille his preference. Mendes too has said he wants to move now, regretting coming to Glasgow.

The real interesting part however has been the bank. MIH have been told no more credit and assets have to be realised to bring the haemorrhaging of cash under control. The bank know full well the bulk of the assets are property and that is not shifting so all assets currently available to be sold are to be sold, and actively sold. With MIH that leaves only one thing. Football players. The bank are of the opinion, as are most, that things are about to get much worse economically. They also know due to the fact footballers can only be traded during windows they need to move now as although MIH don't need the cash flow this second, when they do the window will be closed and therefore they will be unable to realise the assets that can be moved quickly. As I said above the bank have already told them there will be no more credit so if that point came, they will not bail them out. The bank were in two minds regarding the player sale as they know football is

different. Success on the field can bring in some big cash on and off the field. The defeat on the 27th, 7 points behind and the fact Celtic will now

strengthen as they usually do in Jan has firmed their resolve. the league will very likely not be won and therefore no CL carrot which was how Minty was keeping their eyes away from the obvious assets at Rangers.

Media House have done a sterling job here keeping this out of the press. 2 weeks ago a little snippet got in about the full reserve squad being sent on

loan to save wages. The whole first team squad have already been told they are for sale and agents have been instructed. Friends it is very likely come

February the Rangers first 11 will not contain Bougherra, Mendes, Ferguson, McGregor or Boyd. Davies played for Fulham so he wont be going. They

expect that little lot to realistaclly net them 12 - 15m with ALL of that going to MIH for cash flow.

There is only one small chink of hope for them. Mikel Arteta. Rangers are apparently due 20% of his next transfer and Arsenal have him on a shortlist of

players for this window. (They need back up for Fabregas). Arshavin is the preferred option as Arteta is being quoted at £20m. Arteta going will get one of the high value assets a stay of execution.

Rangers fans will baulk at seeing this but in the banks opinion they will have to deal with having a mid table team as the other option is no team at all. All the usual Rangers minded have been sounded out for a quick deal. Nobody is interested due to the money Murray needs for the club to ensure his entire empire doesn't disappear the second he sells the club. Some were interested but they now cannot raise the finance required due to little credit available and the hits personal fortunes have taken recently as these are usually under pinned by property also.

The bank have been stunned how heavily the whole MIH empire is intertwined with one subsidiary. The balance sheet is propped up by its over inflated

value, alot of the other smaller subsidiaries exist purely to serve Rangers. If Rangers go, and these contracts are not honoured, more than just the value

of Rangers disappers from the MIH balance sheet.

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I'm sick of posts from these delusional c*nts. Please point out in your thread title it's from the scum.

It's not new and Bougherra has played for us since, despite his claims. We are not due anymore money from Arteta, other than a small portion of a small portion of a sell on fee.

Also, no transfer fee goes to MIH.

Where do they get this trash from? doh

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There is only one small chink of hope for them. Mikel Arteta. Rangers are apparently due 20% of his next transfer and Arsenal have him on a shortlist of

players for this window

Lost all credibility there

How can we have a Sell on - Sell on Fee?

Sounds like something one of them wrote and I love how they claim to know all the ins and outs doh

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I think the logic people are using is that Everton paid Sociedad, but the sell-on fee was included in the fee.

So we not only got 20% of the transfer fee but we will get 20% of the sell-on fee that Sociedad get too.

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There is only one small chink of hope for them. Mikel Arteta. Rangers are apparently due 20% of his next transfer and Arsenal have him on a shortlist of

players for this window

Lost all credibility there

How can we have a Sell on - Sell on Fee?

Sounds like something one of them wrote

Maybe because it is.

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I think the logic people are using is that Everton paid Sociedad, but the sell-on fee was included in the fee.

So we not only got 20% of the transfer fee but we will get 20% of the sell-on fee that Sociedad get too.

There is no way Sociedad would accept that, Ive never heard of any club doing that before <cr>

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I think the logic people are using is that Everton paid Sociedad, but the sell-on fee was included in the fee.

So we not only got 20% of the transfer fee but we will get 20% of the sell-on fee that Sociedad get too.

Which equates to 4% of the overall fee, if it applies. So if he goes for £100m, we get £4m, supposedly.

Basically, if the claim is true, then we get nearly £1/2m. However, I wouldn't trust someone who thinks that 20% of 20% is 20% on matters of high finance.

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I got to 'Rangers are in dire, dire straits' and couldn't be fucked reading any more.

We could be in administration, we could be extinct and it would still be better than being a dirty f****n b*stard!

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