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Lawyer who advised on Rangers FC takeover takes role at Segens

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  • The guy played a part in an asset-stripper taking over a famous football club, leading it in to administration, but he gets a new job?
    He then fails to respond to any requests for information from the administrators, does a disappearing act leaving CB to clean up his mess.
    I'm in the wrong career.

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  • Callum, "in the wrong career"?.....What d'you expect? He's a lawyer!

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  • Thats good that someone of that man criteria can get a job in this day and age. Who on earth read his CV? Dont worry Gary once your wee pal Craig is found out, you'll join him in the dole queue.

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  • Gary did a fantastic job at RFC(IA). Well done. If you need a personal reference email me.

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  • This man is involved in one of the most blatant acts of misconduct against a famous football club disappears ,will not answer any questions about his roll in the take over and then being the club secretary, then gets another job.
    Why study law

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  • I look forward for Rangers F.C. to vanish completely as the most sectarian team in the Word gets what is deservers and please don't take about social responsibility and all the rest of it because football is not a sport any more but brutal industry...its goal is solely to make money, local players and supporters are not important as TV rights are the money spinner....majority of clubs are blown out of proportion and they are bankrupt and the only thing, which allows them to carry on are lenient creditors and banks....

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