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Am I right in saying Castore are basically outsourcing the equivalent of AliExpress to make their gear?!
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Originally posted by thebronze14 thebronze14 wrote:

Am I right in saying Castore are basically outsourcing the equivalent of AliExpress to make their gear?!
The link I posted above was taken from a post on FB, but it would appear that they cant cope and outsourced to Turkey and online orders were fulfilled with knock offsLOL

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The school jumpers (complete with name tags) for £55 is amazing LOLLOL 
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From The Guardian

The former Leeds forward steered home a Borna Barisic cross in the 50th minute as Rangers improved on last weekend’s goalless draw with Livingston. However, a bizarre kit blunder meant that he celebrated his first strike for the club with his name misspelled as “Roffe” on the back of his shirt.
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Looks like Roofe-Roffe has endeared himself with the riff-raff.
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some interesting footage of fat Freddy here went to London on the beer Saturday here he is back at Glasgow airport last https://twitter.com/mickmccahill/status/1297826758792749056?s=21

Seemingly he’s also wrecked a couple of cars at the training ground 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Roberto Baggio Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24 Aug 2020 at 12:45pm
Funny how Celtic fans believe nothing written in any Scottish newspapers but believe every Morelos or Rangers related rumour made up on twitter or Celtic forum or screenshot from a WhatsApp group 

That could be anyone 

I’ll be looking forward to him leaving the club so this obsession Celtic fans have with him ends 


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Originally posted by Roberto Baggio Roberto Baggio wrote:

Funny how Celtic fans believe nothing written in any Scottish newspapers but believe every Morelos or Rangers related rumour made up on twitter or Celtic forum or screenshot from a WhatsApp group 

That could be anyone 

I’ll be looking forward to him leaving the club so this obsession Celtic fans have with him ends 

I’m fairly sure it is him and have spoken to a few people, I’m not gonna post it here without doing that first 

There’s also one doing the rounds about a car being damaged but I’ll leave that off for now 


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It's a complete non story anyway.
     
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FORMER Sevco chief executive Charles Green is to pursue "significant losses" after saying he is to receive a public apology after Scotland's most senior law officer admitted malicious prosecution of the former administrators of Rangers in connection with the collapsed club fraud case.
The executive says the apology will come from the Lord Advocate claiming he he should never have been prosecuted.
A letter sent to Mr Green’s solicitors, Jones Whyte LLP of Glasgow, adds that damages will be paid.
The letter is addressed to Jones Whyte and is from The Scottish Government Legal Directorate, Litigation Division.

It comes after the Lord Advocate last week also admitted a breach of human rights in the investigation which has led to the former administrators conducting a multi-million pound damages claim to clear their names.
It came in a fast-tracked lawsuit by David Whitehouse and Paul Clark who are suing both the Lord Advocate and the Chief Constable.
Mr Whitehouse and Mr Clark, who were joint administrators at the Ibrox club in 2012 following its takeover by Craig Whyte, have been awarded a huge interim expenses award of £350,000 and £250,000 respectively by Lord Tyre.
Iain Ferguson QC for Mr Clark described the government's actions in pursuit of the men as "nothing short of a disgrace".

The case comes three years after former Rangers owner Craig Whyte, who was the last man standing in the fraud conspiracy case, was acquitted of taking over the club by fraud at the end of a seven-week trial.
Mr Whitehouse and Mr Clark from Duff and Phelps faced criminal proceedings with others, including Mr Green in the wake of Mr Whyte's purchase of Rangers from Sir David Murray for a £1 and its subsequent sale before a judge dismissed the charges.
The letter to Mr Green's solicitor states: “I write to intimate that we are now in receipt of instructions on behalf of the Lord Advocate to attempt to negotiate settlement of the above action.
"The Lord Advocate intends to issue a public apology that Mr Green should never have been prosecuted. In addition damages will be paid. Our suggestion is that on production of properly vouched losses, quantum be addressed at mediation. These negotiations would be on the basis of no admission of liability."
Mr Green said: “I understand the letter was received at approximately the same time as the two former administrators of Rangers, Messrs David Whitehouse and Paul Clark of Duff & Phelps received theirs. I was relieved to hear that The Lord Advocate of Scotland admitted in court that Mr Clark and Mr Whitehouse had been the victims of malicious prosecution by the Crown. I will be making no further comment.”
Mr Green is also suing Police Scotland for wrongful arrest after charges against him were dropped.
But Mr Michael McLean, a partner at Jones Whyte said: “The admission made by the Lord Advocate is without precedent. Our focus is now to quantify the significant losses suffered by Mr. Green relating to what has been a damaging, traumatic and stressful life event for him.”
Mr Whitehouse, of Cheshire, has brought a damages claim against the Lord Advocate James Wolffe QC and the former chief constable of Police Scotland, Phil Gormley, for £9m. Mr Clark, of Surrey, sued for £5m.
Their actions stemmed from their alleged treatment by the police and prosecution authorities.
It is claimed that at no stage was there any justification for their detention, committal or prosecution and that the Crown never had sufficient evidence for any of the charges it brought.
Mr Whitehouse and Mr Clark won a ruling from a specially convened bench of five judges at the Court of Session in Edinburgh last year that the Lord Advocate did not have absolute immunity from a civil damages claim in such circumstances.
It comes four years after London-based legal firm Holman Fenwick Willan, who were acting for Duff and Phelps, was awarded £500,000 costs after police and prosecutors were found by the High Court in London to have "abused state powers" by carrying out an illegal raid and seizing privileged documents in connection with the failed Rangers fraud case.
It emerged earlier this month that former Rangers director Imran Ahmad was to receive a public apology from the head of Scotland's prosecution service and significant damages after he was wrongly pursued prosecution on fraud charges.
He initially wanted £2m in damages but it is understood he is now claiming tens of millions of pounds.
In October, last year Scotland's senior judge, the Lord President, Lord Carloway, overturned a previous court decision that the Lord Advocate was immune from the legal action by Mr Whitehouse and Mr Clark.
"Privilege is not a defence to malicious prosecution," he said
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Aribo the drugs cheat?
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Originally posted by tonyjaa tonyjaa wrote:

Aribo the drugs cheat?

He was rumoured to have broke Covid restrictions couple weeks ago. Now hes out for 4-6 weeks with an ankle injury.
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Originally posted by Jock Jock wrote:

Originally posted by tonyjaa tonyjaa wrote:

Aribo the drugs cheat?

He was rumoured to have broke Covid restrictions couple weeks ago. Now hes out for 4-6 weeks with an ankle injury.

Well he must definitely be a drugs cheat then 
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Rangers will be hoping it is plain sailing in Gibraltar - after booking a £120m super yacht for their Europa League stay.

Guess the rumours of their demise have been greatly exaggerated


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Originally posted by ChesterCopperpot ChesterCopperpot wrote:

Rangers will be hoping it is plain sailing in Gibraltar - after booking a £120m super yacht for their Europa League stay.

Guess the rumours of their demise have been greatly exaggerated



I don’t think they paid £120m to stay on the boat for a couple of days 
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Originally posted by MC Hammered MC Hammered wrote:

Originally posted by ChesterCopperpot ChesterCopperpot wrote:

Rangers will be hoping it is plain sailing in Gibraltar - after booking a £120m super yacht for their Europa League stay.

Guess the rumours of their demise have been greatly exaggerated



I don’t think they paid £120m to stay on the boat for a couple of days 
Phil McFournames said they did.
Greed has won, big finance has won. Whatever small role elite clubs still play in the local communities from which they grew is dwarfed now by their position as global brands.
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Originally posted by MC Hammered MC Hammered wrote:

Originally posted by ChesterCopperpot ChesterCopperpot wrote:

Rangers will be hoping it is plain sailing in Gibraltar - after booking a £120m super yacht for their Europa League stay.

Guess the rumours of their demise have been greatly exaggerated



I don’t think they paid £120m to stay on the boat for a couple of days 

Probably not - But wouldnt think it was cheap, especially for a team with apparently no funds
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