Brown fears Rangers’ season ticket money may disappear under Green

Rangers icon John Brown is of the belief that season tickets sold by new owner Charles Green will not directly benefit the club.

Rangers icon John Brown is of the belief that season tickets sold by new owner Charles Green will not directly benefit the club.

The Glasgow giants have been reformed as a newco and are preparing for life in the Scottish Football League as it becomes apparent they are unlikely to be competing in the top flight next season.

Former Rangers stars fear that similar events, which occurred during the Craig Whyte regime, may take place under Green and has warned fans to be careful whilst himself trying to get a fans’ buy-out off the ground.

“We want to say to the fans don’t buy your season tickets as we fear money is going to go in and then disappear,” he told SunSport.

“That’s what happened under Craig Whyte and look where we are today.

“The fear of that money disappearing is a very real one for us.

“So this morning I say show us the title deeds, who has keys to Ibrox?

“We want to get you out of our club, we’ll help the fans fund the takeover. That will ensure that no greedy man can ever do this to Rangers again.

“I urge the fans to get behind us, starve them of your money.”

 
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