News that Rangers administrators have accepted Charles Green's bid to takeover the club has provoked mixed reaction among supporters.
The former Sheffield United Chief Executive has a consortium of up to 20 backers, but mystery surrounds who they are.
Andy Kerr, the President of the Rangers Supporters Assembly, is one of the few fans to have actually met Mr Green.
He spoke to Scotland Tonight about the development, and football finance expert Neil Patey was in the studio.
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