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Widespread sympathy for Rangers

TO the Americans, July 4 means Independence Day – but for the Scottish Premier League this will be the day clubs vote on whether Rangers Football Club stay in the league.Rangers has ceased to operate after liquidation and with 11 clubs left in the SPL, Rangers need the approval of eight of these to remain or they will face having to apply for a place in the third division of Scottish football.

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A time for great rejoicing?

GENERAL hilarity erupts in West Belfast, firstly at news that Rangers had applied to go into administration; secondly, at news that they had indeed gone into administration; and thirdly, that the inevitable 10-point docking had taken place.

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As you were at the top of the league

Last weekend’s round of games saw both main Glasgow clubs pitted against their Edinburgh counterparts with Rangers travelling to Easter Road in the early kick-off before Celtic welcomed Hearts to Parkhead a few hours later.

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Mass warfare

AT the end of a year when the start of the First World War was remembered there is one puzzle […]

Count your starling blessings

It’s a bird that many people have in their gardens, but to be truthful, few appreciate. Starlings are noisy, aggressive […]

Now it’s curry my Gregory after years of quotable fun

GREGORY Campbell’s ‘Curry my yoghurt’ outburst in the Assembly was as unsurprising as it was unfunny. The line was spoken […]

Justice came late for scapegoat airman

The murder of Patricia Curran (19) in November 1952 sent shockwaves all over Ireland and beyond. By the end of […]

Halloween horror at Camp Twaddell

CONCLUDING PART Big Geordie flexed his pudgy fingers furiously. The pyjama cord that bound his wrists behind his back had […]

Abuse a challenge for all our society

The recent allegations made by Maíria Cahill are of serious concern to myself and Sinn Féin. While I refute completely […]