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Funny story: Rangers Sold on Ebay for £1! Craig Whyte Wash named as 'Private Seller'

Rangers Sold on Ebay for £1! Craig Whyte Wash named as 'Private Seller'

Glasgow: 'Private' sale of Rangers takes place on Ebay, Craig Whyte-Wash named. Private Seller has 'cloudy past' & negative Feedback from previous sales. Buyers Beware!. Unclear at the moment who the buyer is. NTNON can exclusively reveal tha...

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Funny story: Rangers' chairman devises plan to pay clubs tax bill

Rangers' chairman devises plan to pay clubs tax bill

Rangers chairman Craig Whyte has revealed to close friends how he plans to pay the tax bill that forced the Scottish Premier League Champions into administration, forcing the SPL to deduct them 10 points. A friend of a friend of a friend of a frie...

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Funny story: Rangers: Whyte Millions found in 'Rosie47' account - Redknapp Clueless.

Rangers: Whyte Millions found in 'Rosie47' account - Redknapp Clueless.

Glasgow: "Because the money is not there as it once was" said Craig Whyte in answer to a question about future player spending, perhaps inadvertently providing a clue to HMRC as to whether they may get their money back or not. 'Not' being the operati...

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Funny story: Fred the Shred Offers to Buy Rangers

Fred the Shred Offers to Buy Rangers

Irresponsible Scots financier Fred Goodwin has lodged a bid with the club's administrators to buy Rangers. Fred, formerly Sir Fred, said in his shed that he had the funds to rescue the popular Unionist outfit from their current malaise. "I have -...

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Funny story: The Scottish Invented Football

The Scottish Invented Football

New research from Glasgow University has shown that football was invented in Scotland, and not, as the history books have it, in Cambridge. "We have documentary evidence that football was being played in Glasgow as far back as 1066," said Scottish...

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Funny story: Devil Worshippers Hit Out At Rangers FC's Sectarian Policy

Devil Worshippers Hit Out At Rangers FC's Sectarian Policy

Scottish Satanists have hit out at Rangers football and are said to be "livid" over their apparent sectarian policy over the signing of Satanists, Pagans and Occultists. Representatives of The Scottish Satanist and Luciferian Group are said to be...

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Funny story: Scottish Football Poised for Thrilling Season

Scottish Football Poised for Thrilling Season

Pundits across Scotland are rubbing their hands at anticipation at what promises to be one of the most enthralling campaigns for many years. "I can't wait" says Dundee football correspondent Matty McStay, "United have got in the exciting talent, y...

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Funny story: Neil Lennon New Glasgow Rangers Manager

Neil Lennon New Glasgow Rangers Manager

Former Glasgow Celtic manager Neil Lennon, the man who faced a barrage of death threats whilst at Parkhead before resigning from the post last weekend, has, this morning, been unveiled as the new manager of Glasgow Rangers. Lennon, who recently re...

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Funny story: More Upheaval at Ibrox

More Upheaval at Ibrox

New Rangers owner Craig Whyte continued his purge of the Ibrox staff with 3 new appointments today. Hot on the heels of the departure of chairman Alastair Johnston and director Paul Murray, even more changes were effected by the new regime. Fir...

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Funny story: Diouf Keen To Stay At Ibrox

Diouf Keen To Stay At Ibrox

El Hadji Diouf, who spent half of last season on loan at Rangers, would be delighted to sign for the Glasgow club on a permanent basis. Its understood that his parent club Blackburn Rovers would be willing to let the controversial winger go for a...

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Funny story: Walter Smith Joins Celtic Sensation

Walter Smith Joins Celtic Sensation

The football world was stunned today by the news that former Rangers manager Walter Smith, who led the Ibrox club to the SPL title only days ago, has become the General Manager with fierce rivals Celtic. The Rangers legend was paraded before the w...

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Funny story: Killie Keeper To Quit After Rangers Hammering

Killie Keeper To Quit After Rangers Hammering

Kilmarnock keeper Cammie Bell has threatened to quit the game after the 5-1 home thrashing at the hands of SPL champions Rangers. Bell admitted at the end of the match at Rugby Park that the whole experience had been humiliating and that he is ser...

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Funny story: Celtic and Rangers to merge in order to join the English Premier League

Celtic and Rangers to merge in order to join the English Premier League

Glasgow Celtic and Rangers have requested to be part of the Premier League next season, but such a move would mean two teams disallowed from promotion from the Championship, which has angered several teams from Norwich to Nottingham Forest. "They...

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Funny story: Lennon Defends After Match Gestures

Lennon Defends After Match Gestures

Celtic manager Neil Lennon has defended his after match gestures to the Rangers fans after the 0-0 draw this afternoon. Lennon was seen to put his hands behind his ears as he crossed the pitch in front of the Rangers faithful at the end of the las...

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Funny story: Rangers Maul Celtic 0-0 To Close In On Runner-Up Spot

Rangers Maul Celtic 0-0 To Close In On Runner-Up Spot

Brotherly love was a commodity in distinctly short supply at Ibrox today, as Rangers hosted arch rivals Celtic in a typical Auld Firm blood and thunder, no quarter given or expected, encounter. The final meeting of the Glasgow giants this season.

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Funny story: Top Cop Predicts Old Firm Carnage

Top Cop Predicts Old Firm Carnage

A top cop has predicted "utter carnage" in Scotland ahead of Easter Sunday's Old Firm clash at Ibrox Park between Rangers and Celtic. Inspector Wullie McPherson predicted an upturn of up to 80% on domestic violence figures, principally visited upo...

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Funny story: Neil Lennon In Trouble For Returning Letter To Sender

Neil Lennon In Trouble For Returning Letter To Sender

Celtic manager, Neil Lennon, the man who received an unwanted bomb in his mail last week, is himself in hot water with Strathclyde Police this evening after putting the parcel back in the post in order to take the advice given out in the Elvis Presle...

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