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Clash Of The Agnivores: The Big Lie and its Consequences [Kindle Edition]

P Anderson
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They all knew it was coming but, still, the news hit them hard. Rangers was dead. Life wasn't worth living anymore. But wait - what was that? Rangers isn't dead at all? Only the holding company died?
And so the Big Lie was born, agreed to by our football authorities and disseminated by our compliant media. Rangers was still around; but that wasn't enough for some people, or, rather, People. It couldn't be the same club while strangers were in charge. Did these new men have the 'right' outlook on life? Did they kick with the right foot? Were they 'Real Rangers Men'?
And so, the Big Lie spawned a battle for control at Ibrox as The People fought to get the 'right' kind of folk installed at the top of the marble staircase.
This book tells the story of that battle: the highs, the lows, the pish-stained bedsheets. It's the incredible story of how a new club has been nearly destroyed, and might well disappear, because it pretended to be another, older club.
Cheer the heroes, boo the villains and get the ice-cream out. Hold your nose and dive into the story of The Big Lie and its consequences.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 774 KB
  • Print Length: 237 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00KUTRERS
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #57,300 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A must read for all football fans 12 Jun. 2014
By shaun
Format:Kindle Edition
This is a book for all football fans the author pat Anderson tells the real story about sevco rangers and the big lie that the Scottish press and rangers fans try to use to cover up the fact that rangers fc died in 2012 this book is accurate and backed up by facts the books author pat Anderson has done something that not one Scottish journalist has the balls to do TELL THE TRUTH ABOUT rangers 2012
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5.0 out of 5 stars What really happened! 19 Jun. 2014
Format:Paperback
What a wonderful peace. I live in England and didn't know much about Rangers/Sevco as we don't get much media coverage about the shambles down here. I had already some idea about Rangers getting caught for cheating having SFA staff on their books when it was in the media and something about 7 of their titles been proven to have cheated to win but that was it. I had then understood as nearly all here in England had that Rangers were put into liquidation and that was all the cheating and lying buried with the dead along with the 140 million or so dept they owed the tax payers ambulance an police service. Then one night a friend of mine said something about 'Rangers' being put out of every cup they were in! I said but they got liquidated! It was then I learned of this who new club that was set up to replace the old one! Down here we don't get any real idea of what happened so I bought this book to find out what really happened. And I must say it was a great read. And very informative of what really happened in Scottish football over the last couple of years. GREAT BOOK.
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Five Stars...you know, in honor of the five stars on their jersey!

Five stars...yet another irony nail in the Hun coffin...to join Green & Whyte being the newco owners, and Cellik being the last player Rangers (1872-2012) signed...and player after player getting out while the going was good when the continued cry from Ibrokes was "We don't do walking away!", to new Celtic signing Jason Denayer, the young Belgian, being given the nickname "Sevco" because he's a new Kompany...it just seems to get better every day. Another world record.

Those Huns who still believe they are the same team are truth "Denayers"...
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1.0 out of 5 stars Another bheast book 4 Aug. 2015
By Ab4113
Format:Paperback
Well peter pan is not fiction pat, another obsessed bheast, maybe as an ex teacher you should write about your favorite club and its child abuse and cover up by the 'mainstream media' as seems to be a theme running through these reviews, Rangers still going strong despite the bheasts attempts to banish them and steal titles, and you get all the clowns who have supposedly read this giving it top reviews, great read etc, not what the mainstream media would write, , your club raped youngsters!!!!!! And you all come on and spew nonsense, as my granny used to say, She blames the schools, and the bold pat was a teacher too, say it all
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The facts behind the story of Rangers FC. A tale of intrigue, denial and plundering (allegedly), a book that will will make you laugh or cry but unlikely both. Puts the meat on the bones of the version that we are being fed by through the media. A bit like standing back and watching a "shell game" and wondering how long before the punters realise the pea isn't there anymore. Worth the time to read it, well written in layman's language.
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5.0 out of 5 stars What Sevco fans don't want to hear, the truth! 27 Jun. 2014
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Doing the job of the Scottish mainstream media who have buried their heads in the sand and continue in the pretence that Rangers Football Club still exists. This book provides the facts as they are without the smoke and mirrors of the media. Rangers Football Club were liquidated and the current club at Ibrox are a tribute act. The truth is out there!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A walk down memory lane. 12 Jun. 2014
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A witty accurate wander through the mess that to this day continues to shame Scottish football. The author has a unique view on the story but may be a bit premature on going to print as the farce continues. A boxed set may be on the cards and I would welcome more of the same . A good read.
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Great exposé of the sevco myth by Pat Anderson. "Should!" be an embarrassment to the Scottish Press, who have shown a complete lack of integrity, by refusing to publish the truth about the cheating of the "old co". Great read for all football fans.
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