IT has been called the "emotional" bid for Rangers, one that binds the passions of the fans to their 140-year-old football club.
IT has been called the \"emotional\" bid for Rangers, one that binds the passions of the fans to their 140-year-old football club.
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But by trying to win the hearts of supporters, American trucking tycoon Bill Miller may struggle to eradicate Craig Whyte, Ibrox's biggest nemesis, from the shadows of the ground completely.
Mr Miller's preferred £11.2 million bid will create two clear channels for business to resume at Rangers by effectively separating the good parts of the club, namely the players, Ibrox Stadium, the Murray Park training ground and membership of the Scottish Premier League, from the bad debt and other liabilities.
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