Doncaster looking forward to visiting Ibrox - Daily Record

Corkinator

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Really hope we are looking at ways of preventing him from attending.

We should be making a statement on his stewardship of the League from a position of strength.

Is it written into the rules that the CEO of the league has to be there? If it's not, then he can GTF.
It’s private property we can easily tell him to bugger off, like we did on trophy day!
 

Timardim

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Neil Doncaster can’t wait to attend Ibrox for the unfurling of the league flag next month – one year on from Rangers trying to have him suspended.

In a whirlwind opening day on July 31 the SPFL chief will also run the gauntlet of Hearts and Partick Thistle supporters by handing over their league flags 12 months on from Scottish football’s simmering summer of discontent.


Doncaster - who is “hopeful” some fans will be back in Scottish grounds for the big kick-off - was at the centre of a storm which saw Rangers call for his suspension and an independent probe into the controversial resolution of the 2019/20 season.

The Ibrox club failed with their bid for an investigation but not until they had produced a dossier of evidence they claimed showed Doncaster failed to deal with bullying in the build-up to the vote which saw the four divisions called on a points per game basis.

That method led to Celtic being declared champions and the demotions of Hearts and Thistle both of whom took their case to court.
This is the Rhecords poor attempt at humour , in trying to mock us. with the shoehorning of our " failed attempt " for an investigation into Doncaster and the happenings thereafter .They know he's the Fat Japs puppet....don't be fooled.by the t arrier rhag
 

Div1872

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If our loyal ST holders can’t all get in tell this prick him and any other SPL attendees are not welcome as we are prioritising our fans
 

Gary

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He and MacLennan were there for the final game of the season and the trophy presentation. Rangers banned the pair of them from going onto the pitch.

Best be safe with Covid and that and do the same again please Rangers.
 

Stupid

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Neil Doncaster can’t wait to attend Ibrox for the unfurling of the league flag next month – one year on from Rangers trying to have him suspended.

In a whirlwind opening day on July 31 the SPFL chief will also run the gauntlet of Hearts and Partick Thistle supporters by handing over their league flags 12 months on from Scottish football’s simmering summer of discontent.


Doncaster - who is “hopeful” some fans will be back in Scottish grounds for the big kick-off - was at the centre of a storm which saw Rangers call for his suspension and an independent probe into the controversial resolution of the 2019/20 season.

The Ibrox club failed with their bid for an investigation but not until they had produced a dossier of evidence they claimed showed Doncaster failed to deal with bullying in the build-up to the vote which saw the four divisions called on a points per game basis.

That method led to Celtic being declared champions and the demotions of Hearts and Thistle both of whom took their case to court.
Why wasn't he there to hand the trophy over last month? He can stay the %^*& away from our ground and preferably from our game completely.
 

Cyberniv

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A polite adherence, with minimum chit chat, to whatever formalities of whatever job he has to do, thereafter a frosty, offhand treatment where he can sit on his own, bring a flask, not offered any hospitality usually provided and f**k off as soon as possible, feeling as welcome as haemorrhoids,
 

WW55 on the PRW

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A lorry load of stones from a quarry and tie him up on Edmiston Drive and charge £1 a stone to have a throw, money could go to Rangers Lotto

Some decisions made throughout time would reflect he has been stoned in the past

Stones could be later used for 'building bridges'!!!!
 
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alexg123

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It will make a change for him though to be handing the flag over to a team who actually played every game on the park and worked hard to win it instead of it being gifted to them .:shh:
 

BanchoryBear

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Don’t see the need for him to be in attendance. I am sure he is not welcome at Hearts or Thistle either.
It really is amazing that he is still in that job. He should have been chased in 2012.
 

Govan36

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He and MacLennan were there for the final game of the season and the trophy presentation. Rangers banned the pair of them from going onto the pitch.
Maybe he is hand-carrying the financial details of the much lauded new league sponsorship deal.
 

Govan36

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He and MacLennan were there for the final game of the season and the trophy presentation. Rangers banned the pair of them from going onto the pitch.
Were they accommodated in an isolation ward during their visit ? I can't imagine anyone wanting to socialise with them.
 

Highland Gers

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The thought of that two wxxxxxs being at Ibrox makes my blood boil.

If I’m their I will make them feel more than welcome!!
 

A1bertz

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Nope....his seat should go to a fan given the likely restrictions. Tell him there is no space.
 
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