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Who knew it was this easy?

After Bill Miller got a proper look at the books and realised that not even a wealthy towing magnate could pull Rangers out of their current mess, that desperate and incompetent irrepressible double act Duff and Phelps are back.

They have three, no make that four new bids for the car apparently. Singapore businessman Bill Ng says that his phone had “over 30 missed calls from Glasgow” and that he was now being offered the club for half his original bid.

I was struck though by this headline in the Scotsman:

Surely if this particular criterion was known earlier there would have been many more bidders?

Some Rangers ties yesterday

For a resume of the story so far clicky

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Well Done the Sons!

What more is there to say? Dumbarton go in to the second leg of the first division play off against Arbroath with a 2-1 advantage.

They have done tremendously well getting this far considering their position in January when there was almost a resignation that the club would be in the “other” play offs and there were murmurings about sacking the manager/board/pie sellers etc.

So whatever Saturday’s result at Arbroath well done everyone at Dumbarton for a fine end to the season.