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Wednesday, 22 February 2012

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A man withdrawing cash from a Glasgow ATM last night

Rangers chairman Craig Whyte has revealed to close friends how he plans to pay the tax bill that forced the Scottish Premier League Champions into administration, forcing the SPL to deduct them 10 points.

A friend of a friend of a friend of a friend - so it must be true - told the spoof Jockney correspondent "Aye - it's a cunning plan. The season is effectively over with the ten point deduction, Celtic now lead the league by 14 points, so the plan is to have a really large bet, in the millions, on Celtic to be champions. The odds will be short but he was planning a double with Harry Redknapp to be England manager. What could possibly go wrong?"

A spokesman for Rangers denied the claim this morning "We dinnae know what yee are talking about jimmy"

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