Changes to SPL rules haven’t dampened Ng’s Rangers enthusiasm

Singaporean businessman Bill Ng insists he is still keen to take over Rangers despite impending rule changes to be made by the Scottish Premier League.

Singaporean businessman Bill Ng insists he is still keen to take over Rangers despite impending rule changes to be made by the Scottish Premier League.

Administrators Duff & Phelps have had to delay announcing their preferred bidder as the SPL have scheduled a meeting for April 30 to discuss a possible new rule regarding clubs in insolvency.

But despite this revelation, Ng, who heads a Singapore-based consortium , has stood by his initial promise of trying to maintain the 140-year history of Rangers FC.

"My bottom line is to ensure Rangers' continued survival. We stand by what we promised,” he told BBC Scotland.

"A change of rules does affect the finances of the club, but it does not affect our passion.

"It is better to know the changes early than to get surprises after we have done our budget."

 
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