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Not true- former Ibrox striker calls out the Daily Record

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Robbie Ure has called out the Daily Record forcing the Glasgow publisher to delete a story about the former Murray Park starlet.

The teenager made three first team appearances last season but knocked back a new contract in order to explore opportunities elsewhere.

It seems fairly well documented that he spent time in Holland with AZ Alkmaar but it appears that someone at the Record decided to spin the story a bit too far.

Last season Jorg Albertz pulled out of a deal to provide the Record/Sunday Mail with a weekly column after someone got overly creative with the thoughts of the former German star.

Ever since the Record introduced their readers to a billionaire from Motherwell in 2011 they have had a major credibility issue.

With print circulation now below 60,000 there is a major focus on digital revenue but the race to attract clicks and eye-balls can result in standards dropping even further.

CLICK HERE for the link to the now deleted story.

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    Well that was most educational.
    Seems like the story has been deleted from Joe’s site as well.
    Link leads to a huge SORRY etc…

  • Scud Missile says:

    Lol another Jackanory from that nickel&dime rag of a so called newspaper.
    Remember the editor is every bit as bad as the klowns that attempt to write stuff at that shit pit,as the editor approves it all.
    The P45’s can’t be to far away at that dump,The Digger shifts more copies on a weekly basis that that rag.

  • harold shand says:

    These c*nts calling themselves ‘ Digital Reporters ‘ probably went to University for a few years and this is the end result

    Scouring fan pages on Twitter then copying and pasting hearsay


    Listening to SSB or some other sh*t podcast and typing out what they’ve just listened to .

    I don’t know what you call that but it ain’t journalism that’s for sure

  • John Copeland says:

    Those scoops who are contracted to the daily Record are far too busy using other stories from other outlets every day , that when an alleged ‘exclusive’ from them appears to occur , they have to embellish the crap out of the story to keep its army of readers happy ! Second hand news ! That’s one of the many disgraceful things that the rag will be remembered for . Time for a doughnut !

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