You know, I know, even those denying reality for a year know, Craig Whyte is the only show in town. So if Our Hero does a deal for his shares and Ibrox Stadium – and that deal is not with the Blue Knight (singular), you have proof positive of the degree of concert between Whyte and his ‘buyer’.
If the Blue Knight gets the nod as preferred bidder tomorrow it will be a considerable relief for Rangers fans. Murray’s plan for a CVA lies in tatters but at least he is a Rangers fan and has committed to sell shares to fans to increase their control of the club. They will remain in a horrible situation, but at least it will be their horrible situation.
The alternative may be for a new buyer who tries to hoodwink fans with superstitious nonsense while hoping they don’t notice his plans to break their history, LIQUIDATE RANGERS, break their history, permanently erase the digits 1872 from merchandise (apart from Celtic fans doing irony) and break their history.
If it’s Bill Miller, perhaps someone should “delete the Google records” (a small joke from a few weeks ago) of everything Paul Murray and Brian Kennedy said about the American’s bid, what it actually is and what it means for the future.