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ar·chil

(ar'kil), [old C.I. 1242]
A violet dye from the lichens Rocella tinctoria and R. fuciformis.
Synonym(s): orchella, orchil, roccellin
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Unfortunately for Archil the deal never got off the ground because NAC demanded an exorbitant transfer fee.
Archil is currently plying his trade in the Bundesliga with Cologne but insists he would quit Germany and move to Scotland at the drop of a hat.
The younger twin by 20 minutes, Archil has lived in the shadow of his more famous brother for the majority of his career.
Archil said: "Rangers are one of the biggest clubs in the world and it would be a dream to go there.
Yet the intelligent and articulate Archil decided football was his path to glory.
Archil said: "I want to join my brother, not just to play football together but because I want to be near him.
8million, and Archil is convinced SPL defences are about to suffer.
Shota also harbours a desire to have Archil alongside him in Glasgow, although with Rangers over-burdened in the striking department the chances of a reunion would appear slim.
Shota even feels a wave of elation if Archil scores in his own match while he's playing thousands of miles away.
They spent time together this summer, soaking up the sun and reminiscing on a beach in the Black Sea resort of Trabzonspor, where Shota and Archil spent three seasons playing for the Turkish First Division side before heading for Holland five months ago.
Archil is currently plying his trade in the Bundesliga with Cologne, but insists he would quit Germany and move to Scotland at the drop of hat.