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What They're Saying
May 9th, 2012 1:09AM

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"He was getting hundreds of e-mails every day -- vitriol and expletive-filled -- saying 'Go home Yank.' Bill felt like it was a pretty unwelcoming environment."

-- Jon Pritchett, chief executive of Club 9 Sports, explains how Glasgow Rangers fans chased away Tennessee tow-truck tycoon Bill Miller, the man set to bail out the bankrupt club. Club 9 Sports was initially involved in a consortium with Miller before announcing they had pulled out but Pritchett said he was still personally advising his friend Miller. (SkySports1)



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  1. john haley
    commented on: May 9, 2012 at 12:30 p.m.
    It is a shame that fans cut off noses to spite their own faces. Let this team with such a great tradition die a slow death, when help is on their doorstep. Soccer is and should be a global sport. Sad to say, but with this pervasive attitude, a visit to Scotland will not be added to my bucket list.


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