I find it ironic that the regular accusation from Rangers-supporting blogs and websites is that there is some carefully orchestrated plan, involving people at the top of the Scottish football authorities, Celtic and the media to use bloggers like me to destroy the Ibrox outfit.
Anyone who writes regularly about “the largest football club insolvency in UK history”, as it is described on the global Duff and Phelps website, in anything less than glowing terms about the former owners of Rangers, and who raises issues about the present owner’s plans or indeed about elements of the support finds themselves tarred with the same brush.
However, the strain has become too much for me, and I must reveal the truth.
I now take you back to an event just over two months ago… Continue reading
On 27th March 2011, events of major importance happened all around the world.
The Syrian government deployed the army to the country’s main port to help bring the national unrest to an end – that hasn’t worked.
The Libyan government under Colonel Gaddafi was claiming that it was in charge of the country despite the efforts of the Libyan rebels to capture Sirte – that definitely didn’t work.
Scotland lost 2-0 to Brazil – ah well.
The UK census took place – you could have counted on that.
David Cameron was complaining about demonstrations in London the previous day – plus ca change.
Rangers FC was on the way to winning another SPL title – plus ca change parte deux.
David Murray was negotiating to sell his team to the Motherwell born billionaire, Craig Whyte – we all know how that turned out, thanks to the next entry.
And a new blog appeared on the internet…
Yes, it was then that the Rangers Tax Case Blog first saw the light of day. Continue reading