Ugly scenes around former Rangers owner

Green mobbed by angry crowd after court appearance

Charles GreenRangers supporters turned on former Rangers owner Charles Green after he appeared in court to face charges over alleged fraud in connection with the sale of the club’s assets.

A photographer fell to the ground under a crowd of protestors as Mr Green emerged from Glasgow Sheriff Court surrounded by police and media representatives.

He refused to comment and looked shocked as he was ushered into a waiting vehicle.

Mr Green, 62, bought the assets of the club after it plunged into administration three years ago. Today he was bailed by sheriffs to appear at a later date.

Previous Rangers owner Craig Whyte, 44, and David Whitehouse, 50, from administrators Duff and Phelps were also due in court.

Mr Whitehouse’s co-administrator, Paul Clark, 51, has also been arrested as part of the  investigation by Police Scotland.

Mr Green was interviewed by police in Livingston yesterday.



One Comment to Green mobbed by angry crowd after court appearance

  1. There are so many strands to this affair that it may never end. Expect amazing revelations, some highly placed witnesses and many more mobs outside the court. The Scottish press have ignored the best story in Scottish sport because they mainly support Rangers and hoped it could all be swept under the carpet.

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