Martin Bain

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Martin Edward Bain (born c. 1968) is the CEO of the football club, Maccabi Tel-Aviv.

Bain modelled part-time and worked in a Glasgow city-centre bar before focusing on a career in marketing and public relations.[1]

He was appointed chief executive by Sir David Murray on 11 February 2005,[2] having been at Rangers since 1996 and a board member from September 2001. He previously undertook roles as Commercial Director and Director of Football Business.

On 15 July 2008, Bain was elected to the Scottish Premier League's board of directors for a second term.[3]

On 6 May 2011 Rangers FC was sold by the majority shareholder Sir David Murray to Craig Whyte. As part of an independent panel set up to represent 27,000 minority shareholders in the sales transaction, Bain refused to agree to the sale and was subsequently suspended by the new owner. Bain resigned in June 2011 and raised an action in the Court of Session in relation to a breach of his employment contract.

It transpired in an SFA tribunal in May 2012 that he presented diligence at the time of the sale to Sir David Murray that proved his stance at the time of the takeover to be the correct one.

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http://www.heraldscotland.com/mobile/sport/football/devil-in-the-detail-of-the-sfas-report.17575469