THE ticketing agency that paved the way for Craig Whyte's controversial takeover of Rangers has now joined forces with a consortium bidding to buy the club.
IT's the job where stress and strain are unavoidable occupational hazards.
Rangers' highest-earning players were last night in an stalemate with the club's administrators, Duff & Phelps, over a deal to spare redundancies at the club.
'The mood," said Kyle Bartley, "is pretty bleak." The defender was driving out of Murray Park early yesterday afternoon, and spoke only briefly through the opened window of his car.
RANGERS players were last night desperately holding the line on job losses at the club.