09 Jan 2017 18:26:43
What happened to Jim McColl who at one time was said to be in the running to invest in Rangers? The man is worth over £1 billion so has the cash. He is a bluenose and donated his shares to the supporters' groups. Surely he could pump in £100 million and not worry about when he gets it back! Some hope lol!
09 Jan 2017 18:43:01
He was prepared to invest to ensure that the Club survived but he later pulled back when others came into the picture. My understanding at the time was that the money he would have invested was from a fund controlled by him and selected other investors. The money was never his solely to invest.
There is very good reason why he has the personal wealth he does and Rangers currently does not offer a viable investment so not surprised he has not committed It would be great if he did though
09 Jan 2017 19:03:20
Doiger don't you learn, if a McColl/ sugar daddy pumped 100m into your club don't you know know this is the road to ruin.
Is there something wrong with running a club within its means?
Only in recent history a club went into liquidation because of this reckless spending ( u might know who) .
So when u buy your 5-6 10m players and pay their wages and its all gone, who continues to pay for it, or do u go back to getting league 1 players?
Is it even possible to go into liquidation twice lol.
Since u insist on same club scenario, can I ask u how u would expect the rest of Scottish football to react to this?
Or would it be everybody elses fault like before?
Not forgetting the poor people who wernt paid last time.
09 Jan 2017 19:41:14
get off your soapbox rayman99 and give us some banter you should be over on the financial pages with your know it all bloggers
09 Jan 2017 19:57:30
Let's focus on getting rid of the billionaires at our club and getting more fan involvement. Sugar daddyy's die and take their clubs with them.
09 Jan 2017 20:16:50
He used the club to further himself and get himself another 5 mins of fame just like tom hunter way back.
09 Jan 2017 20:28:36
That's it I'm going for a provy loan the morra just send me your suggestions of who you want to sign and I'll see what I can do
10 Jan 2017 11:28:07
Definitely agree with you spoc. More fan involvement with buying shares etc is the way to go! Fans putting their money into rangers and thus having a bigger say in how our club is run, is the way forward imo!