Stewart Regan, the chief executive of the Scottish Football Association, last night insisted Charles Green had an "obligation" to be up front about the consortium being put together to buy Rangers.
Stewart Regan, the chief executive of the Scottish Football Association, last night insisted Charles Green had an \"obligation\" to be up front about the consortium being put together to buy Rangers.
Charles Green will meet with Stewart Regan tomorrow or Friday
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Regan will meet Green tomorrow or on Friday to find out more about the 20-strong group assembled from Britain, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Singapore and other countries in the Far East. Mike McDonald, former Sheffield United chairman, and leading football agent Paul Stretford are involved but most of the consortium remains anonymous.
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