Neil Lennon insists Rangers have nobody to blame but themselves but Ally McCoist tells him to mind his own business
NEIL LENNON believes that Rangers have brought their financial problems on themselves as a result of a "build-up of mismanagement".
NEIL LENNON believes that Rangers have brought their financial problems on themselves as a result of a \"build-up of mismanagement\".
Lennon: 'I have sympathy for Ally but Rangers brought these problems on themselves' McCoist: 'Neil told Walter Smith to mind his own business when he talked about Celtic'
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Graeme Macpherson and Michael Grant
The Ibrox club's financial troubles were laid bare this week with the revelation that owner Craig Whyte had accessed three years' worth of advance season-ticket money from a lending firm, while top scorer Nikica Jelavic was sold to Everton on the final day of the transfer window to also help ease cashflow difficulties. Rangers are also awaiting the outcome of the recently-concluded tax tribunal with HMRC relating to their use of Employee Benefit Trusts from which they could face a potential liability of £49m.
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