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Discussion in 'Rangers' started by Albatross, Dec 17, 2014.
jog on declan
Away back to playin wae yer sister, ya fat imbecile
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Attendance records at CP show that Europa League games attract very low attendances traditionally. This has nothing to do with The Rangers situation.
Udinese 28K, Rennes a similar attendance. Apart from the 2003 run CP at EL games is half full or less.
Ashley already has permission for owning shares in both clubs. It is the extent of his ownership in TRFC which is controversial. The FA have no issue, however uefa do.
As to the Albion Car Park etc you will find that these were subject to a separate purchase agreement, which means they are not part of the litigation, however MP and ibrox are.
That's correct. Attendance figures show that they are merely returning to the pre MON era. Apart from a blip after the opeing of the new stadium, which was bound to have a curiousity effect and of course, the big spending of the initial MON era, attendances at CP and ibrox, even including OF games can be traced to periodic rises and falls. Some league OF games were consistently as low at both stadiums as 40K or slightly more.
McCostly: "I will meet with the chief executive to talk about signings in January"
I swear my sides are gettin sore
A fox came to a wide river where he found a scorpion gazing longingly across it.
"Do you wish to cross" asked the fox.
"I would love to cross the river" replied the scorpion "but alas I cannot swim and would perish if I tried"
"Well" said the fox "crawl onto my head and I shall carry you"
As they reached the middle of the river the scorpion stung the fox.
"You fool." Cried the fox "Why did you do that now we shall both die"
"I am a scorpion" was the reply "it is my nature"
The SFA also have an issue. So, as i said Mike Ashley will not be allowed to "run" Rangers as long as he owns Newcastle.
I know this and so do you Alby. The OP obviously doesn't.
Edminston house was purchased by the current Rangers administration after the IPO but the Albion car park is and has always been a Rangers asset.
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I sincerely hope your club has a brighter future with C$ashley than we have at Newcastle. The man is an arrogant imdividual, never speaks to the fans or media, does not believe in cup runs and is content to just wheel and deal on transfers. His policy is buy young and cheap and hope for a sell on as soon as. Note how we have sold our best players and recruited some poor buys ( Gouffran, Marveaux, Riviere ) to name a few and now it's been said down here that Tiote and Sissoko are going along with Krul.
We, like Rangers, have very loyal supporters and C$ashley takes advantage of that big time by ensuring his Sports Direct sell all our merchantdising ( not the club ) he pays nothing for advertising inside the stadium and Sports Direct is everywhere, he even tried to rename St.James Park Sportsdirect.com stadium, thankfully Wonga, another bandit, changed it back.
Wishing you boys all the best of luck for the future.
we're ****ed mate.
wont last much longer
was well worth it
id close the other half if mccoist promises he will take newco to the grave with a lot of laughs a long the way
The problem with securitising agAinst the assets now, is that it is public knowledge that they are subject to litigation, whereas previously this was not the case. The court hearing had not been proclaimed.
The figures pre and post MA are incredible.
NU game day income pre MA was Â£35M. Post was Â£23M. Commercial revenue pre was Â£28M now it is Â£13M. TV revenue is in excess of Â£55M and accounts for the current profit of Â£9M, however it begs the question, what would happen to a club where the TV revenue is nowhere near these figures?