By Tom Winnifrith | Friday 9 October 2015
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Hat tip to a reader for flagging up this gem from Companies House, an Annual Return submitted for The Rangers FC Group Limited, part of the Worthington Group (WRN) which thinks it can extract £10 million from creditors of Old Rangers. This is sheer genius mickey-mouse stuff thanks to clown Richard Spurway.
The full Return is HERE
Now turn to page 11. Yup I guess Old Mother Worthington is getting back to its roots as a West Yorkshire textiles company… How anyone can take these buffoons seriously defies belief.
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