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Well done John Taylor.
ONE of Northern Ireland?s political heavyweights has offered his services to Paul Murray?s Blue Knights.
John Taylor, a former deputy leader of the Ulster Unionist Party, is willing to inject cash and use his political clout to assist Murray?s bid to take control of the stricken Ibrox side.
The 74-year-old became Lord Kilclooney when he was made a life peer in 2001.
A lifelong Rangers fan, the Armagh-based businessman, who owns a string of weekly newspapers in Ireland, spoke with Murray on Saturday and is set for more talks with the Blue Knights frontman.
Lord Kilclooney said: ?Speaking as a Rangers fan, I feel Northern Ireland needs to be directly involved in any share situation which involves a new management structure at Ibrox Park.
?I am prepared to lead on this from this side of the North Channel. Tens of thousands of loyal Rangers fans live in Northern Ireland and it would be devastating for them if the club was to either go into liquidation or limp along in its present, financially inadequate state.
?Paul Murray, when I spoke to him, said he was very conscious and appreciative of the value of the Rangers support in Northern Ireland and we have agreed to meet up.
?Men with Ulster connections, the likes of Moses McNeill, were founders of Rangers and players from there wore the royal blue jersey with pride, including current captain Steve Davis, Kyle Lafferty, David Healy and Andrew Little.?
In 1972, Taylor ? then an Ulster Cabinet Minister ? was the subject of an assassination attempt by the IRA.
He was wounded in the face, throat and chest in the attack which took place yards from his Armagh office. 13 March 2012 13:23 Started on 'OFTfT' forum
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Seems BBC Scotland do not think a fan being slashed at the football is a big deal, hopefully the agressor will be caught and dealt with. 06 February 2012 21:18 Started on 'OFTfT' forum
A CHEF has been suspended by Rangers after posting photos of himself at IRA shrines on Facebook.
Jamie McGinness was sent home from the club?s training ground when pictures of him beside a mural of Republican Bobby Sands and at an IRA garden of remembrance appeared on his profile page.
Grinning McGinness is pictured giving the thumbs-up next to another large mural in Belfast depicting the Starry Plough ? a symbol of the Irish Republican movement ? which says ?Support Republican Socialist Political Prisoners?.
Catering chiefs at Murray Park, near Glasgow, have suspended McGinness pending a probe.
In a series of photos, McGinness can be seen standing next to a memorial in Belfast?s Falls Road, a Republican stronghold.
The black shrine commemorates killed members of IRA?s Belfast Brigade ?D? Company.
Five pictures on McGinness?s personal page show a gable end mural to IRA ***ger strike leader Bobby Sands, who died in the Maze Prison near Lisburn in 1981.
It is emblazoned with the Republican slogan: ?Our revenge will be the laughter of our children? and hails Sands as a ?poet, revolutionary, IRA volunteer?.
The photos led Rangers fans to flood supporters? websites with calls for McGinness to be sacked immediately.
Steven Smith of the Rangers Supporters? Trust, told the Record: ?I have seen the pictures and find them abhorrent. It raises questions about how someone who follows that kind of terrorist agenda can work for Rangers.
?It is terrible that a man who supports any proscribed terrorist organisation can end up with a job at a football club.
?People fail to realise that their activities online can be clearly and easily tracked.
?This shows that people should use social networking sites responsibly and not as a vehicle to propagate their repulsive views.?
Last night, a spokeswoman for Rangers? catering firm Azure said: ?We take speculation of this nature very seriously and have suspended this employee pending a full investigation.? 17 January 2012 12:13 Started on 'OFTfT' forum