Ally Mccoist & Charles Green

Alistair Murdoch Ally McCoist MBE, (/məˈkɔɪst/; 24 September 1962) is a Scottish football player, manager and pundit. Charles Alfred Howell Green (19 August 1864 in Llanelli, Wales – 7 May 1944 at Bishopcourt, Bangor) was the first bishop of the diocese of Monmouth (1921–1928) and subsequently Bishop of Bangor during which time he served as Archbishop of Wales 5.0/5

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Nigel Spackman: I warned Rangers pals and Ally McCoist that Charles Green would be a DISASTER...
UoF Statement on Ally McCoist "We note the board’s announcement of Alistair McCoist’s resignation and the disclosure of Ally’s severance entitlement in their statement to the LSE this morning. Ally has made the correct decision to resign. Things have not gone well this season on the park, and off it he has seen the club decimated by the incompetents in the boardroom. They are ripping the heart and soul out of our club, laying off long serving, low paid staff to save a relative pittance and leave the club on the brink of hardly being able to operate. Rangers is a family and that family is being torn apart by this board. All this while Mr Llambias, Mr Somers and the other members of the board enjoy their salaries, expenses and freebies in hospitality despite contributing nothing. Mr Somers publicly defended the payoff to Brian Stockbridge and even, bizarrely, his performance. Mr Easdale publicly defended the payoffs to Charles Green and Imran Ahmad. Mr Easdale even made public statements which we beli ...
Safe pair of hands: Ally McCoist says he has come to trust Gers owner Charles Green
Sports Hotline: Furious punters jam phones as they condemn Ally McCoist in wake of Rangers' opening-day defeat OPINION BY SPORTSHOTLINE GORDON PARKS answered your calls as furious Rangers fans vented their fury about everything from McCoist's tactics to his attempt to blame their home defeat on Charles Green. Rangers manager Ally McCoist EVEN by the Hotline’s standards this was a brutal hour of relentless savaging. That the man at the heart of it used to be lauded a legend by the same Rangers fans now baying for his blood only made it more visceral. If this overwhelming condemnation of Ally McCoist represents the wider majority of the Ibrox support then the Gers boss is surely on borrowed time after Sunday’s opening-day Championship defeat by Hearts. Read what ex-Ibrox striker Gary McSwegan had to say. Raging punters jammed our phones to vent their fury about everything from McCoist’s tactics to his attempt to blame the home defeat on despised former owner Charles Green for spooking his players. Jam ...
One definition of lols: "Rangers manager Ally McCoist believes that former Chief Executive Charles Green will try to claim the credit - but won't be given any by him - should his side defeat Raith Rovers in Sunday's Ramsdens Cup Final to add to their League One title"
"Ally McCoist was a huge success as a player for Rangers, playing along side some of the greatest players we have ever had at this great club while winning the European Golden Boot award in consecutive seasons, an achievement only matched by two other players (Thierry Henry and Lionel Messi). His legend status is unquestionable and irrefutable. When Craig Whyte tried to destroy our club, Ally was the only one to stand up and tell the world that we wont walk away, while trying to mange the team he was the figure head for the club, for who knows how long before it was made public. When Green came in , Ally was again used as a poster boy to ensure that the fans bought their season tickets in vast numbers and it is fair to say that his inflated salary more than compensated him for this. When the Charles Green train derailed, Ally was still the figure head and the person that fans looked up to. He is the first Rangers manager that has been forced to work under extremely difficult constraints set by a governi . ...
Tomorrow in the Scottish Sun - Charles Green, Richard Foster, Ally McCoist, Neil Parry and James Ward as meet
FRAN -Rangers deny administration rumours Published 02/03/2014 RANGERS have rejected internet rumours that the club will enter administration for a second time on Wednesday. A spokesman for the club said today: “There is absolutely no truth in these claims which appear to come from agenda-driven bloggers who are out to damage the club. “There is no chance of administration while there is no board meeting tomorrow. This is all completely false.” Supporters bosses have demanded the Ibrox board come clean on whether controversial former Chief Executive Charles Green is still involved with the club. The Union of Fans - a coalition group representing six supporter bodies - have released a statement through Press Association Sport demanding answers about what happened to the Yorkshire businessman’s 7.68 per cent stake in the club after he called a halt to his second stint with the club as a paid consultant last August. It comes after former director Dave King spoke out on Saturday about his fears that i ...
Derek Johnstone: Ally won't know his best team yet RANGERS return to the scene of the crime when they head to Station Park on Sunday. It is just a few weeks since Ally McCoist's side crashed out of the League Cup to Forfar and the Gers boss famously let rip at Charles Green on another tumultuous weekend for him, his players and the club. Now, though, things are very different as they prepare for their second meeting of the season with *** Campbell's side. And the biggest change of all is the players that Ally has available for selection. It was last year's squad that lost at Station Park the first time and it showed just why Ally had to sign the number of new players he has this summer. That game proved that the squad wasn't good enough. Since then, Rangers have played some good stuff and the new lads have made a huge difference to the side. Nicky Law and Jon Daly made a real impact when they appeared as trialists and the team have been much better recently. It is a huge improvement already from last sea ...
A ton weight has been on shoulders of Ally in journey to *** and back /scott Walter Smith promised Ally McCoist there would never be a dull moment when he succeeded him as Rangers manager over two years ago. But even Smith, who spent over a decade in the Ibrox hotseat, could not have envisaged all that McCoist has had to endure. Craig Whyte, administration, pay-cuts, huge fines, a signing ban, liquidation, a shadowy takeover, Charles Green, the departure of virtually every senior member of his squad; you name it he has had to deal with it. It is something of a minor miracle that he will take charge of his 100th match when Rangers play Arbroath in an SPFL League One match on Saturday. Given all the obstacles that have been put in his way - by those both within and outwith the Glasgow club - during his tenure who would have blamed him if he had decided his future lay elsewhere? He is not worrying where his next meal is coming from. He has a young family he dotes on. Myriad other opportunities, inside and o ...
"It's not about Charles Green, it's not about Ally McCoist. It's about rangers football club."
Rangers manager Ally McCoist keeps his counsel as Charles Green returns to Ibrox for Newcastle friendly
More from interview with Charles Green about + Ally McCoist on - can they work together?
The Ally McCoist "I will not get into a war of words with Charles Green" story has made me laugh too. What does he think he's been doing?
Charles Green return to Rangers: Fans stage sit-in protest: Ally McCoist and Charles Green were left in little...
Charles Green saying rangers have the second biggest wage bill so he expects Ally McCoist to win a cup.. Quite right pal!!
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fans, did you see our Charles Green exclusive? Well Ally McCoist has had his say - join us from 6am
▪ Charles Green lets rip at Ally McCoist and claims Walter Smith branded Rangers team 'worst ever': ...
replace his name with Ally Mccoist, Craig Whyte, Charles Green, David Murray, it reads the same.
If Gers can survive so can Hearts READ ALL ABOUT IT ... Kevin Kyle was back at Gers to promote new book By KENNY MILLAR LIQUIDATION could yet follow administration for broken Hearts. But Kevin Kyle reckons they can follow Rangers’ road to redemption. The former Jambo was at Ibrox for the first six months of their ‘rebirth’ in Division Three, when supporters stuck by manager Ally McCoist and his new-look team. Kyle is in no doubt the Tynecastle punters will answer the call if the time comes too. He said: “I think the Hearts fans will rally round. “You expected it to happen with Rangers. They have 50,000 at most home games. “I’d like to think Hearts fans will get behind them, if they do end up going down the Rangers route and have new owners in, like Rangers had with Charles Green who promised to get them back. “Green made sure the fans got behind them. “I hear there are a few interested parties so hopefully they won’t end up going down the same route as Rangers. “Scottish football wou ...
in overdrive today. Stewart Regan, Ally McCoist, Jim Traynor, Chick Young, Charles Green and even Alex Salmond just some of those in the crosshairs. And still yet not a peep from the mainstream media. Just makes you wonder how deep the corruption actually runs.
frances - Boardroom Battle Enters Next Phase Posted on June 5, 2013 by billmcmurdo Anxious shareholders are seeking to remove Malcolm Murray and Philip Cartmell from the Rangers board, replacing them with James Easdale and Chris Morgan. Blue Pitch Holdings want their own placemen on the Ranger board due to mounting concerns over spiralling costs at Ibrox. There is a feeling among certain shareholders that, with the removal of Charles Green and Imran Ahmad, there is a much more lax approach to spending, particularly on team matters. The fear is that profligate spending – particularly if it is unchecked – will result in Rangers being drawn back towards the sinkhole of financial ruin once more. So far these fears seem to have some substance, with Ally McCoist bringing in some new signings and talking of several more.However, it is early doors and no doubt some will be leaving Ibrox to help balance the books. Green and Ahmad were perceived to be the directors opposed to over-spending and had rigid budgeta ...
fran »FRIDAY 26 APRIL 2013 DJ: Search for an easy life continues at Ibrox as Mather steps into the Gers spotlight Derek Johnstone Football columnist WHERE is it all going to end with Rangers? Chairman Malcolm Murray and new interim CEO Craig Mather I think that is what fans – and, for that matter, the players and the management – are all asking just now. I could quite understand why Ally McCoist asked for the club to be cleansed at the weekend. He wants everything out in the open. All the issues currently swirling around the club have to be resolved. That is what has to happen. The investigation into the club cannot be carried out and concluded just for some new problem to arise a fortnight later. Every matter has to be addressed. The club has to get back to concentrating solely on football matters. The departure of Charles Green as Chief Executive did not come as a complete surprise to me. I always felt he would only be here for a year or so. To be fair to him, he was always up front about his inten ...
I just hope whoever replaces Charles Green doesn't say 'Offer whatever it takes to get Kenny Miller to sign!' to Ally McCoist.
My opinion of Charles Green has risen slightly if he's really told Ally McCoist that he can't re-sign Kenny 'Totally finished' Miller.
The Daily Express claims Charles Green will block an attempt by Ally McCoist to bring Kenny Miller back to Rangers.
Rangers boss Ally McCoist blasts owner Charles Green in fresh row over 'worst team ever' tag ,well said coisty
McCoist offers Green support Ally McCoist has defended Charles Green after he labelled the current crop of players the worst Rangers team ever. The Ibrox Chief Executive made the comments in a radio interview yesterday, as he gave his backing to the job currently being undertaken by McCoist. Rangers sit 20 points clear at the top of the Third Division and McCoist insists his players have done everything asked of them this season as they seek to secure their return to the top-flight at the earliest opportunity. He said: "I listened to the interview and he was 100% right in what he was saying. "He was trying to give everybody a realistic idea of where we are at the moment and he was spot on. "I have to tell you, the players we have brought in have been fantastic. They are doing absolutely everything that's asked of them. "I said at the start of the season that the only main objective was to get out of the division. They've got us in that position, 20 points clear. "Where we are at the moment is okay. It's n ...
Keys and Gray were joined in the studio by the Chief Executive of Glasgow Rangers, Charles Green. Green discussed the agreement to sell the naming rights of Ibrox to Mike Ashley's Sports Direct, Ally McCoist's future and explained why he feels the Scottish club will be better off moving south.
Rangers boss Charles Green: Sacking Ally McCoist is not the answer to the club's woes - at the moment 5 Mar 2013 THE Ibrox Chief Executive, however, indicated that a drastic improvement will be expected in the weeks to come. Rangers manager Ally McCoist CHARLES GREEN last night admitted Ally McCoist has yet to prove he has what it takes to hold down the top job at Ibrox. But the Rangers Chief Executive insists that he’s willing to give his manager more time. Green and McCoist have teamed up off the park to spearhead the crisis-ravaged club’s revival over the last six months but it’s the performance of the team on it which continues to slow Rangers’ progress. So yesterday, as the bombastic Green announced the club’s financial figures for the first six months of his tenure and promised bigger, booming days ahead, he felt obliged to address the ongoing travails which McCoist is encountering as he tries to build to build a team fit for much, much more than just success in Scotland’s Third Division ...
FANS who purchase tomorrow’s matchday programme will get a FREE DVD of 'The Rising: Rangers One Year On From Administration'. The Rising covers the extraordinary events from last spring to present day with exclusive contributions from Charles Green, Ally McCoist, Lee Mcculloch, Neil Alexander, Ian Durrant and fans. The fascinating documentary has been a big hit with supporters so make sure you get this weekend’s programme to get your FREE DVD! Also in ‘Ready’ Charles Green, Malcolm Murray and Ally McCoist reflect on yesterday’s verdict from the SPL Commission. And there is an exclusive interview with man-of-the-moment Andy Little who recalls scoring a hat-trick against East Stirlingshire in Rangers’ first home fixture in the Third Division on August 18, 2012. The Ulsterman discusses playing in his current attacking role and the helpful tips and advice he has been receiving from his manager. Comedian Andy Cameron also looks at Little’s attributes as a striker and believes he can blossom into ...
FRIDAY 1 MARCH 2013 TEXT SIZE Derek Johnstone: Time to draw line under Rangers' EBT saga after a needless expense for our game Derek Johnstone Football columnist RANGERS fans are delighted that the Ibrox club will not be stripped of any of their world record 54 Scottish titles. Rangers boss Ally McCoist and Chief Executive Charles Green will hope they can move on after the SPL verdict on EBTs I can quite understand their happiness as the findings of the independent SPL commission have, at long last, got a monkey off their backs. But I myself am bitterly disappointed the whole sham went through in the first place. Lord Nimmo Smith stated publicly back in September that the entire process could be a fruitless exercise. Well, his prediction has been proved correct. Yes, Rangers 'oldco' has been hit with a £250,000 fine for non-disclosure of side letter arrangements with players. But let's face it, the SPL will not see a penny. So what was the point? I wonder how much money the top flight's governing body .. ...
Charles Green and Ally McCoist praised the UB for the atmosphere at Ibrox. Nothing was sung on Saturday that hasn't been sung all season..
A year on from the worst day ever, as a Rangers fan, we have still to face an uncertain future. My views, probably like many others, have changed and changed again on a lot of things that have went on. Except for Ally McCoist. HE has been a true hero and legend! He ran the club as Chairman, many directors, Manager, Agony Uncle, you name it, he done it, with NO wages, I might add. The rest of the coaching staff, to their credit, stayed too. Sandy Jardine and Walter Smith, with the RFFF provided funds to keep us going, and backing against the FA and their multiple sanctions. Paul Murrays, Blue Knights, I always felt relied on US to solely fund their takeover. NOW, while that may be true and I still doubt they would have kept us from going down the liquidation route again, I have NO doubt of the love this man has for our club. Charles Green, I had BIG doubts about at the start. Was he going to be another CW? Luckily it appears my fears were unfounded. He IS a businessman but that is what Rangers need, a soun ...
Rangers chairman Malcolm Murray maintains manager Ally McCoist is the best man to lead the club back to the top following a turbulent year at Ibrox. The past 12 months has seen a spectacular fall from grace for the Scottish giants, who entered administration on February 14th last year. The months that followed saw the oldco club liquidated while newco Rangers, under the new ownership of a consortium fronted by Charles Green, were consigned to start life in the Third Division of Scottish Football. Murray, who was appointed chairman of the club in June, is concentrating on the rebuilding process after a nightmare year for the Glasgow side. The Gers' recent Scottish Cup defeat to Dundee United has seen pressure on manager McCoist increase from some sections of Rangers' fans but Murray is adamant he is the right man to take the club forward. Asked if he was the best man for the job, Murray told Sky Sports News: "Yes. Because he's got more motivation than anyone you could bring in from outside. Motivation is t ...
Ian Black having a wee rant to the Daily Record lol. John RANGERS' Ian Black has put the SPL in their place over reconstruction with the ferocity of the challenge that dumped him on top of an advertising hoarding at Peterhead last weekend. Ally McCoist joked then that Black was unscathed but the hoarding would be out injured for three weeks. But Black was in no mood for humour at Murray Park yesterday when he lambasted proposals to introduce a new league set-up of 12-12-18 and leave Rangers back where they started six months ago in the Third Division. SPL clubs meet at Hampden on Monday morning for the latest round of reconstruction talks and Rangers owner Charles Green has complained about the Ibrox club not having been asked officially for their views on the immediate future of the game. Black, however, didn’t wait for an invitation before wading into the debate with all guns blazing. A big critic of the unacceptable tackling and even less appealing standard of refereeing he’s found on the lowest ru ...
PROMOTION MUST COME POSITIVELY It is fair to say that 2012 was a pretty bad year on the whole for Rangers Football Club. After lurching into administration on Valentines Day, they then went into liquidation four months later when Charles Green failed to strike an agreement with creditors. As someone who has supported the club since I was a young lad, it was an extremely stressful time to keep waking up to news of bidders being in and then being out of the process. An attitude developed throughout Scotland that Rangers deserved to beaten from pillar to post for ‘cheating’ every other team over the last decade. And despite the best efforts of men like Ally McCoist and Sandy Jardine in trying to protect the brand of the club, everyone from opposition fans, to the media and those running the game in Scotland seized an opportunity to kick the club day after day. However, Rangers ended 2012 on a positive note. They celebrated 140 years of unbroken history in front of a remarkable sell-out crowd at Ibrox in ...
COISTY COOLS SWITCH TALK Ally McCoist will treat talk of Rangers joining the Blue Square Bet Premier League "with a pinch of salt", as the Football League poured cold water on the idea of a move to English football. The debate over whether the Light Blues should seek to quit Scotland was reignited by Chief Executive Charles Green last week as he hit out at league reconstruction plans. Conference chairman Brian Lee has refused to rule out the possibility of Rangers joining his division, with the issue set to be discussed at a meeting of clubs on Monday. McCoist said: "We will just wait and see what happens. I take a lot of it with a pinch of salt because doors get closed in your face and other ones are half-open and other ones open up. Until there is anything concrete, I wouldn't really comment on it. But it's nice to see that they're not slamming the door in our face." Rangers revealed on Wednesday they have now sold more than 38,000 season tickets - higher than their last two campaigns as a Clydesdale Ba ...
What's everyone's opinion on Charles Green? I know he will do anything to make money, (Like changing the name from Ibrox Stadium to The Sports Direct Ibrox Stadium or taking us to English Conference, The 5th Tier In England, to make money). He will also do anything to get the fans on his side. But he must prove himself by giving McCoist some money, for us to buy players, then to WIN GAMES! But I'm not for or against him, I just want us to remain, "Glasgow Rangers"! That famous Scottish Team! And supporting Rangers and after all that's happened to this great club with Sir David Murray and Craig Whyte. TRUST NO-ONE! Apart from Ally McCoist of course ;) {Greg}
Charles Green, Ally McCoist, Malcolm Murray and club historian David Mason taking part in the Loving Cup ceremony.
Rangers chief Charles Green will hand Ally McCoist up to �30m for new signings when their transfer embargo is lifted.
WHEN the history of Scottish football in the year 2012 comes to be written, very few people will emerge with their reputations intact from the saga which has dominated the last 12 months. The former owners of Rangers and the football authorities must be dreading the verdict of hindsight which will surely go against them. For their support of the club, the Rangers fans will be given credit in the long run as they, more than any other group, kept the club alive. One man above all has not only enhanced his reputation, but conducted himself with considerable dignity and no little humour throughout an ordeal that would have broken lesser men. Ally McCoist was not always taken seriously when he rejoined Rangers under Walter Smith. His time as a television celebrity and his cheeky chappy persona counted against him in the solemnity stakes, even when he did become manager in his own right. Only the most churlish of people would not concede that throughout Rangers’ descent into chaos and re-emergence in the Thir ...
Rangers were founded in 1872 and ceased to exist as a club in 2012. A new club, called The Rangers, was formed in 2012 after the old club was liquidated. Article 12.2 of UEFA Club Licensing and Financial Fair Play Regulations edition 2010 prohibits new clubs from participating in any European competition for a period of three years. As a new club, this ban was automatically applied to The Rangers. Ally McCoist was the last manager of Rangers; sadly for their fans he is the only Rangers manager to lose every competition he entered. Charles Green, the Chief Executive of The Rangers and acting on behalf of the owner(s) of the new club, has retained McCoist’s services for The Rangers. There is a constant attempt by The Rangers management, and fans of the old Rangers, to deny that The Rangers is a new club, with the obvious purpose of preserving the history and tradition of the old club as one unbroken continuum. The hub of this article is not a counterpoint to those that believe their historical line to be ...
REBRANDING IBROX COULD BOOST TRANSFER FUNDS Charles Green is seriously considering selling naming rights to Ibrox Stadium, despite the opposition of some diehards in the Rangers support. A lot of bluenoses - including yours truly - support this move by Green if it brings in substantial revenues. It is my understanding that the Rangers CEO will pledge that some of the monies raised by selling naming rights will go into the pot for buying players, which is something I am sure will be good news to team boss Ally McCoist. I have been blogging about re-branding of both the stadium and the team itself on my own blog the last couple of days. Of course, there is no suggestion at present that incorporating a sponsor in the team name is even being remotely considered by the Ibrox board. The stadium name is, however, up for grabs to the highest bidder. This won't please the traditionalists but I am sure Charles Green will listen to any ideas on how to generate similar revenues without going down the naming rights ro ...
RANGERS WORTH 45M RANGERS were valued at £45million after being floated on the stock market yesterday. Shares began trading under the ticker “RFC” on the smaller Alternative Investment Market – part of the London Stock Exchange. They were offered at 70p, valuing the club at £45million, and opened up at 75p, fluctuating around the 72p to 77p mark throughout the day. Chief Executive Charles Green and his consortium – who didn’t sell their shares but issued new ones – paid roughly £5.5million to buy Rangers in June. Their stake is now valued at £23million. As our special graphic shows, Yorkshireman Green is Rangers’ largest single shareholder. The fans/others own 12 per cent through the public offer, while the likes of Newcastle FC owener and Sports Direct tycoon Mike Ashley (4.6 per cent) and manager Ally McCoist (two per cent) have significant holdings. Green has a lock-in deal that prevents him selling his stake – worth around £3.5million – for at least two years. Last night, money ...
PLAYERS WITH TROHY WINNING MENTALITY NEED CHARLES GREEN has pledged to hand Ally McCoist £10m to revamp his squad and a further £20m if there is a good response to season ticket sales at the start of next season, so the manager might find himself with a £30m transfer kitty. Rangers supporters will hold Charles Green to his cash promise It might seem like a staggering amound of money considering where the club have come from, but the bottom line is it will take serious money to get the club back to challenging for the SPL title. To have any chance of toppling Celtic further down the road, winning silverware again with a view to eventually being able to compete on the European stage, a major overhaul and a massive injection of cash is fundamental. You can't build a team capable of that without spending big money on quality players. As much as there are always good players available on Bosman deals and bargains to be had, Rangers are playing catch-up and it will take a lot of money to build a trophy-winni ...
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CHARLES Green hits the headlines, Hearts hit £1m share target and Dunfermline players strike over wages. Green promises McCoist £10m in transfer funds Rangers Chief Exec Charles Green has vowed to give manager Ally McCoist half of the £22m raised from the club’s successful flotation on the London Stock Exchange to spend on transfers . The club are currently banned from signing players until September due to a transfer embargo. (Record) In an interview yesterday Green also vowed: • Improve stadium • Revamp Edmiston House into a bar/ megastore • Stated that he did not know where Parkhead was and said that he had not spoken his counterpart at Celtic, Peter Lawwell, since the Ibrox club was “thrown out” of the SPL Green in talks over Ibrox name change The Rangers Chief Executive is in talks with three parties over the selling of the naming rights for Ibrox with Newcastle and SportsDirect owner Mike Ashley the frontrunner. (Various) Titles are ours says Green Charles Green says he will fight to ...
THURSDAY, 20 DECEMBER 2012 11:00 The Perfect Festive Gift WRITTEN BY RANGERS FOOTBALL CLUB A NEW DVD celebrating Rangers Football Club’s 140th anniversary and featuring exclusive interviews with Ally McCoist, Charles Green, Lee Mcculloch and Malcolm Murray is the ideal Christmas gift for the Light Blue legions. Thousands of copies of the DVD were sold at Tuesday night’s match against Annan and it is available to buy now priced £12.99 at www.rangers.co.uk and the Rangers Megastore at Ibrox Stadium. The Club’s 140 year history was officially celebrated at the Stirling Albion game on Saturday 8 December and this DVD captures the majesty of the event that saw a host of legends like John Greig, Richard Gough, Michael Mols, Colin Stein, Lorenzo Amoruso, Derek Johnstone and Willie Henderson appear on the pitch. Fans can enjoy behind the scenes footage of the day, a special question and answer session from the gala dinner at Ibrox the night before and passionate contributions from the Manager, Chief Execu ...
Rangers manager Ally McCoist has backed the share issue of Charles Green, the Chief Executive, by investing more of his own money in the Ibrox club. Rangers Football Club
COISTY LOOKS FOR CHARLIE BLUE MEETING Ally McCoist wants crunch talks with Charles Green in January to thrash out his transfer budget for the coming year. The Rangers manager cannot add to his squad in the coming window due to a one-year transfer embargo but can bring free agents to Ibrox as of September 1. McCoist was left disappointed in August when Chief Executive Green failed to deliver the five players he had hoped for before the deadline. And he hopes to avert a similar problem this time by nailing down the numbers involved long before the current season ends. ‘I’ll have a chat with Charles Green and the boys going in to the New Year to see what kind of budget I’ll have,’ said McCoist ahead of tonight’s Third Division clash with Annan at Ibrox. ‘In an ideal world, we would sign Scottish players or at least British players but we’ve got to keep an open mind. ‘We’re looking all over the place. I’m loath to mention numbers because the last time I did that during a transfer windo ...
BOYS IN BLUE ... but Edu,right, moved on in different circumstances to Naisy, left, and Lafferty By ANDY DEVLIN Published: 7 hrs ago 18 MAURICE EDU grew up in a country where Rangers patrolled the national parks. He was almost 20 before he discovered a famous football team, some 5,000 miles away in Glasgow, went by the same name. He was your average American soccer player who never claimed to be anything else. Born and raised in Fontana, California, Gers meant nothing to Edu until the day he arrived from Toronto FC in 2008. That the midfielder — now at Stoke City — didn’t jump ship straight away like Steven Naismith and Kyle Lafferty illustrated to boss Ally McCoist everything he needed to know about the man he’d become. Naisy and Laff — both self-confessed Gers fans — were among those who led the mass dressing-room exodus from Ibrox in the summer. The pair — along with Steven Davis, Steven Whittaker, Allan McGregor, Jamie Ness and Rhys McCabe — turned down the chance to join Charles Green ...
McCoist: Concern over action Friday 14th December 2012 19:46 Ally McCoist: Admits some Rangers players feel aggrieved £10 completely free bet Rangers manager Ally McCoist admits some of his players feel aggrieved they have been put in a "compromising position" by PFA Scotland. The union have launched an employment tribunal claim against the club on the players' behalf. It emerged this week that the union had launched the action in relation to alleged failure to consult and inform over the transfer of contracts to Charles Green's newco club. PFA Scotland have said they will withdraw the case if Green drops his claim for compensation for players who declined to transfer to the new company under Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) legislation (Tupe) and left for other clubs. But Green has refused to back down and McCoist supported his stance while questioning the approach of PFA Scotland. "I don't know all the facts and figures so I stand corrected if I'm wrong, but if I'm one of the players ...
*Rangers will not take up their allocation of tickets for February's Scottish Cup fixture at Dundee United.* "Everyone at this club is dismayed at the actions of certain SPL clubs, which were actively engaged in trying to harm Rangers," said Charles Green. The Ibrox Chief Executive added: "Feelings remain very raw and it should be no surprise that we feel this way. "Our only regret is that this turn of events will not assist Ally McCoist and the team in a very difficult fixture." The decision follows calls from fans' groups to boycott the Tannadice tie. The Rangers Supporters' Assembly had urged fans not to attend, mainly over United's vocal opposition to Rangers' application to join the Scottish Premier League. Some Ibrox fans have pinpointed Dundee United chairman Stephen Thompson as being one of the most outspoken figures on the subject of relaunched Rangers seeking membership of the top flight in the summer. And the Assembly is still angered by Thompson's refusal to refund Rangers fans for tickets whe ...
Surely Roman will go for Ally McCoist? Only question is would Charles Green allow him to move to a smaller club??
Rangers' Ally McCoist and Charles Green charged by SFA over comments via
Ally McCoist has admitted he considered walking away from Rangers before holding peace talks with Charles Green.
Ally McCoist will stay at Rangers after talks with Charles Green: Ally McCoist will remain as Rangers manager fo...
Ally McCoist remains Rangers Manager after holding talks with owner Charles Green today.
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