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When supporters checked out the website to find out how the fighting fund was going, instead of getting the latest news on the Rangers crisis they discovered a site devoted to children’s entertainers Mr and Mrs Custard.
The club rectified the error as soon as it was pointed out to them.
“It’s peppered with anecdotes and incidents so hopefully people will find it light relief,” he said.
Phil has recently been touring as a musician alongside Ken Nichol and he admits that the folk clubs are his true home.
And that led football fans from Rangers – and Celtic – to Cllr Bob Riley’s website for his company Bluenose Entertainments.“You had to see the funny side and I suppose the mistake ended up giving my company a bit of extra publicity.”The Bluenose Rangers Supporters Assembly told club fans to send an email to [email protected]
The correct address for making a donation to the fighting fund should have been [email protected]
Wenn du auf unsere Webseite klickst oder hier navigierst, stimmst du der Erfassung von Informationen durch Cookies auf und außerhalb von Facebook zu.It's successfully launched thousands of happy and lasting relationships. IN the 1980s Phil Cool was one of the most recognisable personalities on TV.“We supported Fairport Convention for a tour which was a wonderful experience,” he said, “and I think I might be making the occasion trip to the local folk clubs.” But as far as the major comedy tours are concern, catch Phil now as there won’t be another opportunity.When the club launched a fighting fund it publicised the wrong Paypal address.