IT has been called the "emotional" bid for Rangers, one that binds the passions of the fans to their 140-year-old football club.
T he crisis of Rangers is also causing one for Scottish football itself.
THE chairman of a Singapore football club has emerged as the lynchpin in a £12 million bid to take over Rangers.
RANGERS' total debts may rise to more than £134 million, with the extent of the crisis-hit club's toxic liabilities laid bare for the first time.
The chairman of a Singaporean football club today admits he is behind a bid to take over debt-stricken Rangers.