Surprise, Surprise – Rangers Settle a Case on the Steps of the Court with Mr McIntyre

From the BBC

“Rangers FC has reached an out-of-court settlement with former finance director Donald McIntyre, who was suing the club over alleged breach of contract.

Mr McIntyre won a legal bid in October to have £300,000 of the club’s assets frozen pending the outcome of his case.

When the matter called again at the Court of Session in Edinburgh, judge Lord Hodge was told that both parties had reached agreement.

The terms of the settlement of the action were not disclosed.”

This was the man who was one of those who had the cheek to sue Rangers and against whom Mr Whyte was pledged to fight…

More later

 

 

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2 Comments

Filed under Civil Law, Football, McIntyre v Rangers

2 responses to “Surprise, Surprise – Rangers Settle a Case on the Steps of the Court with Mr McIntyre

  1. Odear

    Admit it Paul, you had the headline already written. Did McIntyre have any choice here? Namely if he thought this was merely a delaying tactic could he have asked for the case to proceed, or does Rangers seemingly rolling over mean that he HAS to wait for them to pull further shenanigans?

  2. The Battered Bunnet

    Hi Paul,

    Can you drop me an email?

    Cheers,

    TBB

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