Victims of Rangers rampant vanity


Millionaires are immune from the most severe consequences of redundancy but well down the list of sorry human tales to walk away from Rangers today are likely to a whole lot of people on low paid jobs they are no longer able to retain.  They will become victims of rampant vanity, victims of Rangers.  It doesn’t matter which team they support, or how they feel about you or Celtic,  I hope they all find work soon.

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  1. Mort (11:54), perhaps we should send the first team squad away for a wee well-earned break in Tenerife, and put the youth team out at Ibroke.



    And just to rub it in re: the tickets, perhaps we should take our allocation from them and tell them we’ll let them have the money once they have been sold. Then, simply wait until the day of the game and return all the tickets (unsold).



    I’m sure our youth team players will be so keyed up for the big occasion that they won’t be in the slightest bit bothered that there are no Hoops fans to cheer them on.

  2. Awe_Naw_No_Annoni_Oan_Anaw_Noo on




    yes I agree lets hope; their religion , what school they went too, what religion their parents are, what school their kids attend does not come up in the new job interview process.



    If they have a story to tell now is the time to tell it.



    Hail Hail

  3. RogueLeader on 1 March, 2012 at 12:00 said:


    “Keith Jackson just told Talksport unless a buyer steps in they will be liquidated.”



    Given his record, I might nip out and bet on them not going into liquidation !

  4. Well said, I believe that surviving rangers players could pool some cash together to share with the less fortunate people who lose their jobs. Or how about the people like Hateley give something back to the game rather than taking money for terrible propaganda.

  5. I’m sure or cqn bhoys will assist any way we can Paul


    Never good loosing your job

  6. Awe_Naw_No_Annoni_Oan_Anaw_Noo on

    I bet you a penny to a pound that the Scotland PFA are telling the players to button it. No running to newspapers. No mention of EBT´s. No mention of two contracts etc.






    the headline



    Rangers players to hold last minute meeting with PFA Scotland over redundancy threat



    should read



    PFA Scotland hold last minute meeting with Rangers over redundancy threat and gagging orders



    Hail Hail

  7. BigChipsUK






    Disagree however, I feel this run we are on is much more important to the team and the club than any problems across the city. The players can make history by winning all remaining games and should not be distracted by events outwith their control.



    The youth team may very well beat a Rangers side at the minute but no need to put pressure on the young bhoys too early. There will be chances next season for them to get more of a run in the team hopefully helping their development.




  8. The Pantaloon Duck on

    Well said, Paul. I have no sympathy for the players and others who are on silly money, but every sympathy for the ordinary folks who are just trying to make a living.

  9. Neil canamalar Lennon hunskelper extrordinaire on

    And think, if te SFA had been more professional, none of this would come to pass


    ha ha stupid huns

  10. Lennon n Mc....Mjallby on

    I don’t see what the big deal about low paid employees is about,there’s been such a moral panic about this issue to disguise the hurt of the hun losing its history in liquidation that nobody will be allowed to forget the minimum wagers when new investment goes into the newco,those whom have lost their jobs will be reinstated.

  11. I see Andy Murray won, for all you tennis types out there.



    So are we expecting a press conference today from Stepin Fetchit? (Haudit n Daudit to those still in the old country)

  12. Awe_Naw_No_Annoni_Oan_Anaw_Noo on




    I hope that Hearts, Dunfermline, Motherwell, Kilmarnock … all fall in quick succession .nobody to blame but the SFA



    Hail Hail

  13. Most of the players will find other clubs, some of the younger players may be lost to the game, I wish them well. For those who work behind the scenes, I hope they all find work quickly.


    As for the institution, let it burn.

  14. RogueLeader on 1 March, 2012 at 12:10 said:


    “Traynor and Jackson have been bang on the money in recent weeks.”



    That’s true. Traynor has also been strong in deflecting any blame from Murray. I suspect these two aspects are directly related – i.e. Traynor is protecting his source.


    AWE NAW 1213



    I know where you’re coming from on this,but,ffs,we need someone to play against now and then!

  16. Many happy returns Gordon- J. Overcast here in D-land but the sun is shining in my world! Will the new Celtic calendar for next year highlight the following , now important, dates? :



    February 13th St Huno’s Day


    February 14th St Valentine’s Day


    March 1st St David’s Day


    Also a big thanks for to the Administrators for keeping their powder dry and not making any announcements yesterday, that would have meant only being able to celebrate it every 4 years instead of annually!



    Hail! Hail! PMTYH

  17. Awe_Naw_No_Annoni_Oan_Anaw_Noo on

    Aye their are loads others



    My point being the SFA needs disbandoned



    Hail Hail

  18. johann murdoch on

    Picture the scene…



    Administrator..”Sorry we have to tear up your contract !”



    RFC Player “Really!..both of them?”

  19. RogueLeader on 1 March, 2012 at 12:10 said:


    “iki – Traynor and Jackson have been bang on the money in recent weeks.”



    I will take your word for that without any reservation but, for me, they will always be associated with lamb and radar.

  20. Not just people at iBrokes losing pay and jobs due to their cheating. D’Line still waiting as they ask us for cash in advance.



    And club chairman John Yorkston told BBC Scotland: “The Rangers situation has had a knock-on effect. I can confirm full wages were not paid.”

  21. Stringer Bell on

    Stringer Bell on 1 March, 2012 at 11:55 said:


    Alas sasa papac. Your ride on the private jet will keep you warm in the night.



    Some old friends in this piece from the BBC….






    Rangers complete signing of Papac



    Papac will be the third player to arrive at Ibrox from Austria Vienna


    Rangers have signed 26-year-old defender Sasa Papac from Austria Vienna for £450,000.


    Papac had travelled from Malta, where he was with the Bosnia-Herzegovina squad, to Glasgow to complete a three-year deal late on Thursday.



    He said: “It has been a crazy day, but I was determined to join Rangers.



    “I arrived in Malta with the national team and then got on a private jet to come to Scotland and now I have to go back again. It’s all been worth it.”



    Papac becomes the third capture by Rangers from the Austrian club this summer.



    Ibrox manager Paul Le Guen had already raided the Austrians for midfielder Libor Sionko and striker Filip Sebo.



    Sasa is a player I have been aware of for some time and he gives us more options in defence


    Rangers manager Paul Le Guen



    “It is fantastic for me to join a great club like this and, of course, I will be getting back together with Libor Sionko and Filip Sebo,” said Papac.



    “I have been in touch with them all the time about the move.



    “I spoke to Filip twice today and everything he said about Rangers was good. It was the same with Libor.



    “The three of us won the double in Austria last season and it is my dream that we can win the championship and cup with Rangers.”



    It appears that funds were released after Rangers negotiated the release of four defenders.



    Bob Malcom, Marvin Andrews, Olivier Bernard and Jose-Karl Pierre-Fanfan all left the Glasgow club on Thursday.



    Le Guen said: “One defender was be enough to complete our squad because I think we have a good group of players here now.



    “We are well stocked in the attacking areas, but it is a long season and I feel that we needed one more defender to round off the group.



    “Sasa is a player I have been aware of for some time and he gives us more options in defence.”



    Rangers chief executive Martin Bain added: “We have to thank national team coach Blaz Sliskovic for allowing Sasa to come to Scotland to complete the deal.”






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