Dave King receives bizarre school query at Rangers AGM

Rangers Chairman Dave King was on the end of a bizarre school query at the club's AGM. Picture: Kirk O'Rourke/Rangers/PA Wire
Rangers Chairman Dave King was on the end of a bizarre school query at the club's AGM. Picture: Kirk O'Rourke/Rangers/PA Wire
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Dave King was on the end of a bizarre query from a fan at the club’s AGM regarding which school he attended.

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The Rangers chairman was at the forefront of an eagerly anticipated meeting where the board answered questions ranging from the club’s next manager to Celtic’s seat allocation at Ibrox.

However, the most unusual query regarded one fan providing a school report card of the club to King. The fan’s skit started with: “Like you, I’m from Castlemilk. I take it you went to Grange Secondary rather than St Margaret-Mary’s?”

The comment was picked up on social media to a mixture of hilarity and disbelief.

One person said: “Question at Rangers AGM. “What school did you go to?” 2017 Glasgow.” Another tweeted: “One of the questions at the Rangers AGM was enquiring as to the denomination of school that the chairman went to. That says it all”.

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