This still doesn’t make sense mate. Why would Rangers haters (i.e the SNP and Frank Mulholland) want to prosecute the administrators to vindicate Rangers fans?We’ll never know for sure, the cover-up is almost complete with these payments and no sign of a public enquiry. But, I suspect most of us believe that a successful prosecution would have been seen as some sort of vindication for Rangers fans and our sense of deep deep injustice at the rape of our Club. Convictions would have meant we were, in fact and in law, the victims of a crime.
As it is now, we have that same sense of injustice but the Rangers family can still be portrayed as the collective villains of the whole sorry episode. “Yous didnae pure pay the face painter”.
In this case, for “malicious” read either “incompetent” or “sabotaged”. Which one you view it as depends on your points of view. Personally, I believe the latter.
I think @RfcIbrox is on to something at post 46. Was it some sort of malicious way of showing the administration as being conducted illegally so should be undone and the club broken up with the stadium and training ground sold over for a lot more than £5m. If that’s the case it means the administrators have actually saved us, but I refuse to believe that because they sold us to fûcking spivs.
It just doesn’t make any sense.