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Defender McNamara exits Aberdeen
Aberdeen defender Jackie McNamara has been released from his contract at Pittodrie, the club have announced.

The former Celtic captain - who had a year left on his deal - joined the club last summer after a spell at Wolves.

Boss Jimmy Calderwood told the club's website: "Between travelling and injuries it's been a frustrating spell for him and he's decided to leave.

"He is a great professional and it has been a pleasure to work with him. He'll certainly be a big loss."

It is not yet clear whether the 34-year-old will retire and move in to coaching.

However, Calderwood says he expects to to be lining-up against the former Scotland international in the dug-out soon.

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Getting bored of this “Rangers too big to perceived as a faurile” crap. Rangers are in this mess because they are a faurile. A financial faurile based on morally apprehensible attitudes of tax evasion & financial doping. This is the real story.Bottom line is the year on year of reckless mismanagement by Rangers directors have result in a fundamental and downright disgraceful abuse their social responsibility to the their own fans, to the taxpayer and to Scottish Football. When Sir David Murray embarked on his for every a35 Celtic spend, we'll spend 25p & rob a34.75 off the taxpayer tsunami of destruction are you expecting me to believe it was for the good of Scottish football ? Really? And now, with their disgraceful track record available for all to see, you have the audacity to say the clubs they have shafted for the past 25 years should put up, shut up and accept it? Really? Here is fact. Administration is merely the precursor for Rangers going into liquidation/receivership.To come out of administration a CVA must be agreed with their creditors. HMRC will demand more than Rangers can afford i.e. 100% of what they are owed or they will submit a petition to wind up the entity that legally founded Rangers in 1872. This will happen. Administ-Rangers / Re-arRangers may arise but they will be a club founded in 2012 with no history. Rangers 1872 –2012. Dead. Gone and easily forgotten. I think the benefits to Scottish Football of the new Administ-Rangers / Re-arRangers not being allowed back into the SPL are huge. Think of cash injection to Division 1, 2 and 3 games for the next 3 years as the massive rangers support “loyally” follow follow their club throughout Scotland to East Stirling, Alloa, Peterhead, Berwick, Annan. The opportunities for Rangers fans to boost the local economies these areas is huge – consider it a social re-payment in kind on behalf of the immoral practicesl of the mismanagement team.Think of the experience younger players at Scottish clubs would get playing against players like Alan McGregor, Steven Davis, Kyle Lafferty – ok, maybe Laugherty is taking that a bit too far … Of course there is the additional European place an SPL team would get as the new Administ-Rangers / Re-arRangers would not be allowed entry to UEFA competitions for 3 years – thankfully UEFA control this so this will happen.In short, your argument is not credible – it is morally corrupt.Perhaps the question you should be asking is why on earth Rangers, having acted in a such a reckless, contemptible and disgraceful manner, should be trusted and given another attempt to ruin Scottish football. Heaven forbid … next time they may actually succeed..

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