RANGERS supporters have accused the accountancy firm that handled Rangers' administration of providing poor value for creditors after its fees totalled £3.3 million.
THERE were more names linked with Rangers last summer than signed the US declaration of independence.
ONLY one thing was notable about the fact supporters could be seen asking a man in the Rangers party to sign autographs and pose for pictures outside Peterhead's ground: the guy they were interested in was Charles Green.
Former Rangers owner Sir David Murray has denied cheating took place during his stewardship of the club.
HE has immersed himself in wearying dawn-to-dusk meetings with the men from Duff & Phelps.