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  1. Not been on here for a few days...what happened to the new billionaire saviour?
  2. From the house of commons parlimentary questions into banking..... "Can I seek confirmation that Lloyds is not run by Celtic supporters who are trying to do inRangers**. publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm200910/cm…
  3. The documentary the McCanns tried to ban based on the book the tried to ban ,,think it was written by a Portuguese cop http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=x_ZdDTsFC2g
  4. Gerry also said he would take a lie detector test to prove he had nothing to hide then later changed his mind.
  5. And he's still green doting his alias on other threads,,,what a fukin loser.
  6. Regarding the dozens of rangers fans that gave nazi salutes in Israel during a European game a few years back , it was Rangers themselves who claimed to UEFA that it was a red hand salute.Rangers offered a swift response to UEFA's call for clarification, and a spokesman for the European body told PA Sport: "The disciplinary unit will not be taking any further action. "It is also the sign of the Red Hand of Ulster and this convinced the disciplinary unit to end their investigation." Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-437640/UEFA-drop-probe-Rangers-salutes.html#ixzz2ivYa8g47 Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
  7. The Union Flag is inscribed with the words "Invicta Loyal", the name of a Kent-based Glasgow Rangers supporters club, and below it hangs the flag of Northern Ireland. There is a suggestion the soldiers may be making a "Red Hand of Ulster" salute, once used by Rangers fans as a sign of allegiance with Northern Ireland Loyalists, the MoS said. But Democratic Unionist MP Sammy Wilson said: "This is not a salute made by marching bands (in Northern Ireland). It is not clear what the context is but I do not think it can be explained away as some type of Red Hand of Ulster salute." Jeffrey Donaldson MP of the Democratic Unionist Party added: "Anyone who would imitate a Nazi salute in front of the Union Flag or wearing the uniform dishonours these flags and the British Army. "Any symbolism associated with fascism has no place in the Unionist tradition or any regiment of the British Army.
  8. I see King has hit the ground running with his bullshit in full flow. "I've spoken to the relevant people about passing a fit n proper test and ive been assured theres no problem" Really! So the SFA are cool then davy? Eh...no didnt mean them....?! Ibrox is like the tardis ..waiting for the next Dr Who (is full of shit)to appear.
  9. Exactly ..they didnt create any story they just said she was missing..the story then creates itself.
  10. The Portuguese are fuckin sick to death of the Mccanns , they are in no doubt she died in the apartment ,,,dogs don't lie, the cadaver dogs found the scent of a body in the apartment . This story of her being snatched is guff, if she was being watched by somebody then surely they would have struck right after gerry checked her at 8.30 ,that would give the most time to bolt before the next check ,,,,but no,,they waited an hour just moments before the next check and took her!!? Ma baws http://www.cwporter.com/mccann.htm
  11. no suprise Longmuirs comming aboard at ibrox hes a two faced rat.. The *** for red october.
  12. Cant the just buy that blonde girl found in the gypo camp in Ireland and give her madeleines history? The Madeleine.
  13. From the official rangers website,,,begging for money to get them through administration...why bother if it's just the company ? RANGERS legends Walter Smith and Sandy Jardine have today launched the 'Rangers Fans Fighting Fund' The Fighting Fund urges supporters worldwide to back the club they love by making donations to a secure account that will generate essential revenue throughout the administration process and beyond. Fans from Govan to America have really stepped up and shown their incredible support for Rangers in what has been a difficult last few weeks and now supporters can make a positive and direct difference to the day to day running of Rangers right now. The 'Rangers Fans Fighting Fund' will allow supporters to make cash donations that will directly affect the club now and will go a long way towards helping secure its future. This Fund compliments the club's own initiatives to sell out the remaining games of the season at Ibrox. Supporters have filled the Stadium for the last two SPL games against Kilmarnock and Hearts and there is little doubt the fans will turn out in huge numbers for the rest of the campaign. Money raised through the 'Fighting Fund' will go to the club's running costs and supporters can contribute right now to the secured Rangers Assembly bank account. • Royal Bank of Scotland Giffnock Branch • Sort Code 832022 - Account Number 00741694 • For overseas transactions fans should use - IBAN number GB90RBOS 8320 2200 7416 94 • Supporters can also use PayPal to make a donation - fans on PayPal can log on to their accounts then type in [email protected] to contribute Further details on how to donate can be found on www.rangers.co.uk/FightingFund, the Official Rangers Football Club Facebook page and the Rangers Supporters Assembly Facebook page now. Club representatives - including Supporters Liaison Manager Jim Hannah and influential supporter Andrew McCormack, who both advised on the creation of the campaign - met with supporters' groups at Ibrox Stadium on Saturday and they have all overwhelmingly endorsed the 'Rangers Fans Fighting Fund'. Walter Smith, Sandy Jardine, Jim Hannah and Rangers Supporters Assembly President Andy Kerr will control the bank account and pass on donations to administrators Duff and Phelps as and when the money is required. Smith said: "It has been an extremely difficult time for everyone associated with Rangers but the supporters have shown unbelievable commitment to our club throughout the administration process and deserve great credit. "I encourage all fans to make a donation and back this campaign as their support will help safeguard the club's future." Sandy Jardine said: "The club has been inundated with messages of support from fans throughout the world and everyone associated with Rangers has shown their unwavering loyalty during these difficult times. "Now, more than ever, we need their backing and I know hundreds of thousands of supporters will do all they can for the club they love and make a donation to the campaign." Ally McCoist said: "I encourage all fans to back the Rangers Fans Fighting Fund and help the club in any way they can, as they have done in recent weeks. "Our fans have been fantastic. They are showing their true colours and have not walked away during these times of need. "On behalf of everyone at the club I would like to thank our supporters for all their efforts and I ask them to keep backing us and keep filling Ibrox for matches as their support will make a difference." Tagged under Fighting Fund
  14. Yeah ..A few Declans,Darkheads and Plastics comments should put everyone in their place.
  15. A typical Ibrox UVF fundraising party..... A SHOCKED eyewitness has described how a leading UVF loyalist was murdered at Ibrox Stadium - and his death covered up.William Taube's head was smashed against the marble floor of the Edmiston suite inside Rangers' ground.In a sworn statement which has been passed to the Crown Office, the witness claimed he had been pressured to tell police it was an accident.The witness - who is terrified of retribution - only spoke out as he could no longer live with the knowledge he had witnessed a murder.He also wants to discover what happened to Taube's mystery attacker, who he fears was killed in a revenge attack.Unmarried dad-of-four Taube, 42, was co-hosting a Blue Mist function on a Sunday night in April, 1999.Guests included several Loyalist prisoners recently released from the Maze.Security was provided by Taube's friends, including a leading member of the UVF in Glasgow.Just after midnight, Taube, of Balornock, Glasgow, challenged an unknown man who was pestering female guests.The witness, who The Sunday Mail has chosen not to name, says the man lunged toward Taube and headbutted him, causing the two men to fall down the stairs.As he began punching Taube, he was attacked by a gang of Taube's friends.The pair then began fighting again and fell down a second flight of stairs.This time Taube landed on his back with the man on top of him, cracking his head on the tiled floor.An ambulance was called and Taube's assailant was beaten up in the car park before fleeing.Taube died of head injuries at Glasgow's Southern General Hospital. His devastated family buried him in the city's Riddrie Park cemetery.The witness last saw Taube's attacker being chased down Edmiston Drive by up to 10 of his associates.The witness said: 'One of them told me, 'He's a dead man.' I've no idea what happened to him.'I was told to say Taube had too much to drink and had fallen down the stairs.'I objected but two ex-prisoners at the top table threatened to kneecap me if I didn't do as I was told.'During his first police interview, the witness told disbelieving officers it had been a drunken accident.He said: 'They knew I was lying because they kept asking if I was under pressure and if I wanted to change my story.'Several days later, police quizzed him again. This time he claims to have been threatened by an officer.He said: 'As I was placed in the holding cell, one said that if I didn't say it was an accident, Taube's pals would be told I was holding up the release of his body.' Following the incident, the witness received death threats and his marriage hit the rocks.He believes Taube's UVF pals were told he had changed his statement.Last night, Taube's heartbroken mother, Isabella Wallace, revealed she knew his violent death had been covered up.Most of Taube's family were not there on that fateful night, although his son William Jnr, 25, and Taube's common-law wife were present.Isabella and Taube's brothers Thomas, 45, and David, 43, believe secrets have been kept from them.She said: 'I said there was a cover up at the time and still believe it. William's death wasn't an accident.'I haven't spoken to his partner since and I think she knows more than she's telling us.'I even fell out with the police and told one in particular he was telling us a pack of lies - he seemed determined to get it out of the way quickly.'I went to the procurator fiscal's office several months after William's death and the woman couldn't get me out of there quick enough.'I insisted on a post-mortem but the fiscal said it was only a head injury and that was all there was to it.'Even when he got to hospital they left him sitting in A&E for two hours.'I don't know if that's because they thought he was just a drunk who had been in a fight but I wonder whether they could have saved him.'Isabella added: 'Nothing will bring him back but there was more to it.'I don't even have a picture of my boy. I wanted one to put in a necklace but he didn't like having his picture taken.' At the time, Strathclyde Police did not release details and officially decided it was a fall.The fact Taube died as a result of head injuries sustained inside Ibrox Park remains undisputed.The man in charge of the enquiry into Taube's death was detective inspector Alan Kyle, now retired.He said: 'I remember Taube fell down the stairs from the cloakroom area towards the front door.'The circumstances were as we obtained them from witnesses at the time and reported to the fiscal.'As for the allegations about a police officer, I had no knowledge of them. If I had been aware, I can assure you I would have investigated it.'Last night, the Crown Office said: 'Any new evidence relating to this case would certainly be looked at by the procurator fiscal.'
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