VOICES from the city tend to be restrained, even sober, except perhaps around annual bonus time.
RANGERS FC have condemned "malicious" attacks on the club's future in a row surrounding a proposed winding-up order from an investment firm over a £400,000 debt.
RANGERS has moved to assure fans there is no threat to the company that owns the club after it emerged a Singapore-based finance group is seeking a winding-up order over a £400,000 debt.
Brechin City have been preparing for today on two fronts.
RANGERS newco were finally given the go-ahead to start playing football again last night but Ally McCoist immediately launched a scathing attack on the Scottish Premier League for being as "hostile" as possible towards the club.