Got to say it makes Hen Scratchings look like ornate Chinese Calligraphy. Charlie spent some time at the massive redevelopment project at Haslar Hospital before leaving rather abruptly some say.
Left behind at Haslar are thousands of bodies – cool the paranoia – they’re nothing to do with Charlie as far as I know 🙂 The remains of the executed Mutiny on the Bounty ringleaders are there and one very interesting skeleton of a sailor: Buried with copper coins over his eyes to pay the ferryman no doubt. One coin was a Drapers promissory coin from Gosport dated 1794; the other a Slavery Abolitionist coin with a slave in chains stating: ‘Am I not a man and a brother’. It is one of only three such skeletons found in the UK.
Website is: http://www.haslarheritagegroup.co.uk and well worth a look for history buffs and I know that we have a lot of them in the Old Firm support.
Rangers related active companies where Charlie Green holds a directorship according to Company House records.
RFC 0712 LIMITED
RANGERS MEDIA INVESTMENTS LIMITED
RANGERS MATCHDAY SERVICES LIMITED
RANGERS YOUTH DEVELOPMENT LIMITED
RANGERS FINANCIAL SERVICES LIMITED
THE RANGERS SHOP LIMITED
SEVCO SCOTLAND LIMITED
SEVCO 5088 LIMITED
D&P in their initial report stated:
‘Investment in subsidiaries
9.22 The Company’s investment in the subsidiary companies had been fully written down as per the January 2012 management accounts. The subsidiaries which are not dormant are all funded by the Company’.
As well as Piegate I keep thinking about the revolving Rangers investor Ian Hart who was one of the first names released by Charlie Green as having a shareholding in SevGers. You might remember how Mr Hart denied before the cock got a chance to enjoy its crow that he was an investor with Green but, in fact, supported the Blue Knight consortium.
We were then treated to an explanation by Mr Hart that he had invested money into Ibrox youth development some years previously and had told Green he could ‘use’ it to bring about a successful CVA – well that didn’t happen and the matter went cold.
Then it popped up recently when Charlie Green announced to a public RFFF meeting that Hart indeed was an investor in SevGers using money supposedly ‘lying about’ in Rangers youth department to fund the shareholding investment.
It seems a strange turn of events and just as mysterious as our Oriental shareholders who are well-hidden behind their heavy veils of anonymity. I think that Rangers creditors have a right to know where the ‘cash’ to purchase Mr Hart’s shareholding was ‘lying about’. Was it in a biscuit tin or a bank account? It has been said it was in youth development, so does that mean the unknown amount was fully ‘written down’ as per para 9.22 of the D&P report? Is it recorded in the RANGERS YOUTH DEVELOPMENT LIMITED company?
As well as creditors having a right to know and an explanation as to why it wasn’t treated as an asset, but transmuted into a shareholding, I feel sure HMRC will also be asking Mr Hart, as part of their investigations into the whole Rangers affair, to explain the money movement which I am sure, as a responsible and honest businessman, that Mr Hart will be only too eager to comply with.
In ending and apropos of nothing I can’t help wondering how many Football Agents Rangers require to buy 4 or 5 SFL3 players. There must be a light-bulb joke there and no doubt everything will light-up when the big switch is thrown 🙂
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