RANGERS' financial controller cast doubt over invoices relating to the loan deal made with Ticketus by saying they appeared to be produced using "clip art".
RANGERS' financial controller cast doubt over invoices relating to the loan deal made with Ticketus by saying they appeared to be produced using \"clip art\".
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Documents released yesterday by the Scottish Football Association (SFA) reveal the finance chief, Ken Olverman, was apparently sidelined by Rangers' majority shareholder, Craig Whyte, during his regime.
Whyte would not allow Mr Olverman to sign cheques for more than £100 and gave instruction for information on the club's finances not to be revealed to directors on the board.
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