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Martin Bain

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Martin Edward Bain (born c. 1968) is the CEO of FSDL, the organising company of Indian Super League. He has also served as the CEO of English club Sunderland A.F.C, Scottish club Rangers and Maccabi Tel Aviv. Life and career Bain modelled part-time and worked in a Glasgow city-centre bar before focusing on a career in marketing and public relations. He worked for Scottish football club Rangers from 1996 and was appointed to the board of directors in September 2001. During this time, he undertook roles as Commercial Director and Director of Football Business. Bain was appointed chief executive by chairman Sir David Murray on 11 February 2005. On 15 July 2008, Bain was elected to the Scottish Premier League's board of directors for a second term. On 6 May 2011, Rangers F.C. was sold by David Murray, the majority shareholder, 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 s
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