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tawnyport: Leon, Rfc now have until 0800 next Tues otherwise de-listed. Not looking good... TP
tawnyport: Leon, I don't expect it... Don't agree with you that RFC needs to be on AIM to get funding though - that will mostly come from the likes of King, Letham etc, rather than institutional investors of whom few remain now (don't forget it was IIs that sold 30% of the company, most taking a bath,to King and the Three Bears) just a few months back... TP
praipus: Human behaviour is so curious. Why stand in the cold shouting the odds when the purchase of a single share would allow access to the meeting? Wouldn't real fans have a few shares anyway?
tawnyport: Charo, RFC can no longer give 21 days notice of venue, so you could well be right... TP
tawnyport: Naughty, naughty, BOD. Below courtesy of Shareprophets: hxxp://www.shareprophets.com/views/10449/did-rangers-break-aim-rules-again-the-tale-of-the-disappearing-press-release?commented=0#txpCommentInputForm "Companies on AIM are meant to post price sensitive information via the Stock Exchange and under Rule 22 they also have a duty to ensure that it is accurate. But Rangers FC (RFC) is advised by China fraud specialist Mr Paul Shackleton of WH Ireland and so yesterday it posted such (mis) information on its own website only. It then withdrew even that release but luckily I have a screen grab for you below. The statement is – as it happens – utter cobblers, contradicts itself and implies that two prior statements made via RNS were …er…untrue. The key paragraphs read: "As a result of this repayment all rights of MASH to nominate two persons for potential appointment to the board.. have now lapsed" and Further to the Company's announcement on 27 October 2014, the Company would like to clarify the position in relation to any rights of MASH to appoint directors of RFC as referred to in that announcement. The correct position is that MASH never had the right to directly appoint directors of RFC. Ends. Hang on. If MASH had rights which have now lapsed then they must have existed at some stage. So parageraph 1 contradicts paragraph 2. On 27 October in an RNS the company stated: “the Company has invited MASH to put forward the names of 2 nominees of its choice for appointment to the Board” And on November 3rd it stated via RNS The Board of Rangers announces that it has appointed Derek Llambias as a non-executive director. He was nominated as a director of its choice by MASH Holdings Limited pursuant to its agreement to withdraw its requisition for a General Meeting, as set out in the announcement dated 27 October 2014. Er…. So MASH – the Mike Ashley vehicle – which owns 10% of Tangers whose board is now dominated by Ashley minions, “never had a right” – 4 Feb – to appoint directors but merely – after lending £2 million and withdrawing an EGM request was merely invited to put forward 2 names ( 27 Oct & 3rd Nov) which it duly did. Unlessof course it did have a right as per the first but not second paragraph of yesterday's statement. Is this a breach of AIM Rule 22 which states “The AIM company must use all due skill and care to ensure that information provided to the Exchange pursuant to this rule is correct, complete and not misleading. If it comes to the subsequent attention of the AIM company that information provided does not meet this requirement, the AIM company should advise the Exchange as soon as practicable.” Why was the release put up on the Rangers website & then withdrawn not issued via RNS? Does Rangers and the China fraud specialist Mr Shackleton now regard the RNS of 27 Oct as misleading? Is it thinking it should clarify? This is the comedy that keeps on giving. I do not think Dave King is an idea man to run a football club but surely anything has to be better for Rangers than the MASH and grab team?"
f1araway: Well the adoption of the shock option has come to pass and the share price has gone up only on the basis of operations continuing. Ashley wins again but like him or not, that's what he's good at. It's asset stripping to the nth degree but the latest in a long line of mis-management. I can't bear to think where it might end.....
battlebus2: The Company announces that it was notified on 19(th) January 2015 that Alexander Easdale purchased 1,014,000 ordinary shares of 1 penny each in the Company ("Ordinary Shares") on 16 January 2015. As a result, Mr Easdale now holds 5, 256,110 Ordinary Shares in the Company, equal to 6.451% of the issued share capital of the Company. Mr Easdale also holds voting rights over, but does not own, a further 16,028,084 Ordinary Shares, representing 19.672% of the Company, meaning that in total he holds voting rights over 21,284,194 Ordinary Shares, representing 26.123% of the issued share capital of the Company.
f1araway: HMRC is supposed to be a preferred, (prime) creditor. If RFC needed another cash injection to pay them then the cash meant for that purpose must have been used for, "something else". RFC got away with it before but HMRC won't repeat the favour. Despite the fight for their shares and thus control, this company is in deep trouble. The fighters will ONLY see a profit to be made with NO loyalty involved.
praipus: Rangers Int. Football Club PLC AGM Statement Date : 22/12/2014 @ 07:00 Source : UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Stock : Rangers Int (RFC) Quote : 18.0 0.0 (0.00%) @ 07:53 HOME » LSE » LSE » Rangers Int share price Rangers Int. Football Club PLC AGM Statement PrintAlert TIDMRFC RNS Number : 4108A Rangers Int. Football Club PLC 22 December 2014 Rangers International Football Club plc ("Rangers" or the "Company") AGM Statement As previously announced, the Company's Annual General Meeting will be held at 10:30am today, Monday 22 December 2014, at Ibrox Stadium, 150 Edmiston Drive, Glasgow G51 2XD. Access will be through Exit 30 of the Broomloan Stand which is adjacent to turnstile 64. Shareholders will have access to the Albion car park with access to the Stadium footprint for disabled Blue Badge holders to park near the entrance. Shareholders are asked to arrive in good time from 9am in order to clear the registration process. Shareholders should bring the attendance card which was included with the Notice of AGM, posted to registered addresses on 28 November 2014. In the event that the attendance card is lost, Shareholders should bring some other form of ID (a credit/debit card will suffice). Shareholders whose shares are held in a nominee account with their stockbroker will need a Corporate Representative's letter (issued by the custodian of their shares) in order to be admitted. Non-shareholders including guests of shareholders, will not be admitted. The meeting will consider the 9 Resolutions set out in the Notice of AGM, each of which will be subject to a vote by Poll, which will be verified by Capita Registrars Limited. The result of these Resolutions will be released to the London Stock Exchange by no later than 7am on Tuesday 23 December 2014. At the AGM the Chairman, David Somers, will make the following statement: "Welcome Ladies and Gentlemen to this Annual General Meeting of Rangers International Football Club plc. It feels like years since I last stood in front of you and it is amazing that it is only just over 12 months. 12 months ago, as I had just joined the Rangers Board, I was given the impression that the Club had enough money to see it through the first few months to the season ticket window. Sadly, I quickly discovered that this was not the case. The Board then began metaphorically to take up all of the carpets; after which we were left with a very long list of legacy issues that needed to be sorted out, often as our finances would allow. So in the first few months, we reviewed all of the contracts, the finances and the legal issues, ending up with a long list of legacy issues that would need to be dealt with over time. Since then we have spent many months focusing on these legacy issues dealing with them one by one. To be honest, it is frustrating dealing with legacy issues, because you are effectively looking backwards during this time and dealing with issues you didn't create yourself. I know that most fans will not really be interested in such efforts, because it is not about football, but these legacy issues and contracts have had to be dealt with so that we can begin to move forward. I was always taught to be cautious, so I hesitate to say that we have dealt with all of these legacy issues, as whenever I think that, another legacy issue quietly appears, but we do seem to have addressed many or most of them. One of our biggest remaining legacy issues is the weak state of the Rangers finances. In the financial area, we have been fortunate that a number of people have supported us with loans during the last 12 months, namely Sandy Easdale, George Letham and Mash Holdings. I sincerely thank them for their support, which in some cases, has included their loans being interest free. In the early days, while developing our list of legacy issues to be addressed, Graham Wallace wrote a review, which became known as the 120 day review. In this he indicated a desire to spend GBP20-30 millions in reaching the top levels of Scottish and European football. After visits to various City institutions the Board believed that such a level of expenditure would be supported by the City institutions, and the then monthly rate of loss, would also be supported by the shareholders. In the event, this was discovered not to be the case, because when we came to raise funds through a share issue, we soon found that there was a lack of appetite from shareholders to invest significant extra funds just to pay wages and utility bills. Accordingly, we have moved to cut costs significantly. Like any household, Rangers can ultimately only spend what it earns and, as has been reported in the media, we have moved quickly to bring our costs down and much more in line with our income. Rangers Football Club has been living beyond its means for many years and much of the cost cutting and efficiency improvements should have been addressed years ago by previous boards when we were in the lower divisions. But they weren't, so we are doing it. A material part of our costs relate to player costs, however, and these can only be addressed over a long period of time because of the length of the contracts. These contracts are often measured in years, not months. In these past 12 months, I have been surprised at a number of things. Firstly, the highly negative aspect of most of the media reporting regarding Rangers. Secondly, because it is clear to me that a stronger Rangers is good for Scottish football, I have been very disappointed to realise that outside of Ibrox, there sadly still exists a great deal of anti- Rangers feeling, perhaps (although I hope not) even in the football establishment. Rangers return to the top flight of our game, I am sure you will agree, will be more easily achieved if everyone who cares about the Club works together for the betterment of Rangers. This turbulent year has seen people calling for a season ticket boycott, seen the disruptive creation of a season ticket trust for a while and other negative ideas. Such negativity is expensive for Rangers as it reduces season ticket and overall ticket sales, increasing the likelihood that I will have to borrow money to cover the shortfalls created. Our path to restoring Rangers to where we all want the Club to be, can only be achieved with the continued support of all supporters, shareholders and business partners. 2013/14 saw Rangers Football Club complete the second stage of our rise back to the top of Scottish football and the year also brought another vital component for a new Rangers to emerge for the future - a structured and measured approach to rebuilding the football club. An unbeaten SPFL League One campaign was an excellent return for Alistair, his staff and the players and they deserve our congratulations. While we were all ultimately disappointed to have been defeated in both the Ramsdens Cup Final and the William Hill Scottish Cup semi final, our fundamental objective of achieving promotion was comfortably achieved with a points total into three figures. I was delighted that the Board was able to further support the Manager in providing funds for the recruitment of nine players in 2013/14 and also in the period immediately after the end of the financial year when we brought Kenny Miller, Kris Boyd, Steve Simonsen and Lee Robinson back to the Club, together with the signings of Marius Zaliukas and Darren McGregor. While the success of any major football club will always be benchmarked by its first team, a strong Youth Academy is also an informative barometer of long-term health and well being. It is very pleasing to see the quality and quantity of young talent being nurtured at Murray Park. Last season our Under20s won the SFA Youth Cup and narrowly lost out in the title race in the final week of the campaign. 57 players from our Under 14 to Under 21 age groups were called into international squads and three more Murray Park Academy graduates made their first team debuts. The ladies and girls teams have come a long way in a short space of time, enjoying significant success. In season 2013, the Ladies reached the semi final of the Scottish Cup, The Under 17s team secured the league, Scottish Cup and League Cup treble, the U15s and U13s finished second in the leagues and a new U11s team has been introduced. Internationally, the Rangers ladies teams have contributed 22 players to the Scotland teams across all age groups. We are charting our future strategy in the five key areas of: -- Developing Football Performance -- Focus on Player Asset Management and Youth Development -- Re-connecting effectively to our Local and Global Fan Base -- Developing Best in Class Commercial and Operational Capability -- Strengthening Commitment to our Communities The year also saw Rangers make the first, important steps towards building an effective programme of engagement with our fan base. Fans were contacted via email, SMS, online and at matchdays to assist in our Ready To Listen Initiative, showing we are serious about improving communications and dialogue with all supporters. Subsequent focus groups took place in Ibrox with feedback generated helping to shape the direction of the Club's fan engagement strategy. I think that we would all agree that we still have work to do in this area and one in which we must increase our endeavours. Although we have experienced difficult trading conditions, there have been a number of important and positive, developments in our fiscal position during the financial year. A 32% increase in total revenue from GBP19.1m to GBP25.2m was recorded in the year ending 30 June 2014, with the majority of the uplift due to the first full year of our retail venture with our long term partner Sports Direct. Reduced revenues from gate receipts and hospitality are down from GBP13.2m to GBP12.4m and were a direct result of the lower matchday attendances from both season ticket holders and walk-ins. This shortfall was offset by increased revenue from sponsorship and advertising up from GBP0.8m to GBP1.5m illustrating the improvements in the Rangers brand perception. Proceeds from ticket sales were also adversely impacted by the decision not to increase prices of either season or matchday tickets from the previous season. Season ticket sales were sadly down from 38,228 in 2012/13 to 36,039 in the 2013/14 financial year, resulting in a fall in revenue from GBP8.1m to GBP7.7m in financial years 2012/13 and 2013/14 respectively. Our average home league attendance also fell from 45,111 in the 2012/13 season to 41,444 in 2013/14. Other Operating Income rose from GBP1.7m to GBP2.1m, a 22% increase, mainly as a result of hosting both Scottish Cup Semi Finals and an increased associated uplift in matchday catering revenues. At this AGM, we are requesting permission from shareholders to enable us to issue shares to improve the long term financial stability of the Club. We were not able to last year and I sincerely hope, for the good of the financial stability and future of the Club, that it will be forthcoming this year. We are now increasingly looking forward. An immediate priority is to re-build the Board with suitably experienced people and this is already well underway. We also need to look at the football side for a number of reasons. Firstly, there has for some time existed a chasm between the talented young players being developed at Murray Park and our first team. We need to focus on ways of developing our own young players for the first team rather than continually buying-in players. Secondly, as you all know Ally has decided to resign and has given us the required 12 months notice of his intention to leave the Club, as of yesterday Ally is on gardening leave. Sadly, this year, one of our greatest ever supporters will not be with us on the rest of our long journey. In April we lost Sandy Jardine - a truly inspirational man and Ranger. I had the privilege of meeting him a number of times before he left us and I found him to be one of football's true gentlemen. Sandy will be forever revered and the re-naming of the Govan Stand in his memory is a fitting tribute to a truly wonderful person who cared so passionately about his Club. My personal goals remain what they were 12 months ago. Namely to ensure that the events of Rangers' recent past can never happen again; to cleanse the Club of these events, and also to ensure that Rangers gets back to the top in football. I now recognise that we will not get much support outside of Ibrox for this; we have to do it ourselves. And we will. Last year I said that I was proud to be Chairman of Rangers. I will repeat that again today, because I genuinely believe it is a privilege to be in this position." Ends For further information please contact: Rangers International Football Club plc Tel: 0141 580 8647 David Somers WH Ireland Limited Tel: 020 7220 1666 Adrian Hadden / Paul Shackleton Newgate Threadneedle Tel: 020 7148 6143 Roddy Watt / John Coles This information is provided by RNS The company news service from the London Stock Exchange END From: http://uk.advfn.com/news/UKREG/2014/article/64876920
jim200: Things are looking up here share price wise M A will be good for RFC
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