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Secret Talks To Keep Rangers In SPL
Published July 4, 2012
The London GUARDIAN reported that Rangers Chair Malcolm Murray "apologised to Scottish football for the problems the club's financial crisis has caused in recent months." Murray said, "[All] of us with the Rangers family are acutely aware that events at our club, brought about by people who are no longer here, have triggered a crisis in Scottish football." He added, "On behalf of the new board of directors, I apologise unreservedly to all for the distress, disruption and difficulty inflicted on the football community, caused entirely by the actions of people who failed miserable to act responsibly during their stewardship of Rangers" (GUARDIAN, 7/3).