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According to Phil

. . . Project Sevco could be a tester for bigger projects in England

http://www.philmacgiollabhain.ie/the-sevco-experiment/#comment-114663

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A Sanity Clause for Xmas?
12.27 and BBC radio scotland are giving Craig Houston air time to discuss “Rangers”, “the stock market” and the “boardroom battle”.

When are they going to get Angela Haggerty on again to tell them the truth??


A Sanity Clause for Xmas?
Financial shenanigans at Birmingham club or company ??

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-30883291


A Sanity Clause for Xmas?
Allyjambo says:
January 18, 2015 at 1:26 pm
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upthehoops says:
January 18, 2015 at 12:40 pm

Graham Speirs set out the path to where they are now, in a very long article. A large part harks back to the days of glory, with cities he’s visited following his favourite club; but he mustn’t have visited Manchester to watch them in the Europa Cup final, for he doesn’t mention that city!

Although he gives much coverage of the EBTs, ‘with the club having been found to have stayed within the law’, he fails to mention the DoS scheme, that was outwith the law, or that the club deliberately mis-registered players to facilitate the EBTs, something that has led to even greater detestation of, and lack of sympathy for, his club throughout Scottish football.

No such playing down of the nasty facts when covering the Whyte year, though he does use much fewer words (easier when not trying to varnish over unpleasant truths). Then it’s down to the tear jerker from the fans. Paragraph after paragraph of ‘we don’t like what’s happened to our club, it’s no fair!’

This is more a ‘sympathy for the supporters’ piece, with a hint of the reality thrown in to lend weight, than a serious attempt at explaining how they got to where they are now.

Unless he (Spiers) can write an un-sanitised version of the story, then he will remain stuck within the pack of his club’s apologist hacks.

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Well said.

What was the £250,000 fine for?

A Rule break which was 2nd to match fixing in it’s seriousness!
…and all they got was a £250,000 fine !!!!!!!!

What .penalty” did they get for breaching the SFA rules when they went outside football because they were not happy with the
“Registration embargo” which turned out not to be a punishment as they hoovered up out of contract players during the intervening period.

Spiers and his ilk have never ever accepted the club he supported – before they went bust – cheated on a grand scale.


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History, Neighbours and Made Up News
Oliver Burke scores on debut…but rival fans are protesting against the way the club (or is it a company) 
are ‘funded’…financial doping !?!?M


History, Neighbours and Made Up News
on the subject of Made up news 

and 

Made up History 
(a team from ibrokes getting 4 penalties in One game) that isn’t new or news !

http://rangers.co.uk/news/headlines/on-this-day-aug-30/


Staying On The Problem
Another world record for Sevco ?  

(A Home tie in a ‘cup’ game . . . have Sevco ever had an away game
since their 1st ever (birth) game  Brechin -v- Sevco (not sure if it was Sevco5088 or SevcoScotland)


Staying On The Problem
RMCGEDDAWNAUGUST 6, 2016 at 12:55
Anyone help with further questions for the SFM Scottish football quiz?
1. Name the only footballer to have played for all three Old Firm Clubs?2. Which two major Scottish clubs were never ever relegated from the top division?
Others?

Answers
1 – Kenny Miller has played for Rangers FC, Celtic FC and The Rangers FC
2 – Celtic FC and Rangers FC* have never been relegated (* before going bust and into Liquidation)


Staying On The Problem
UPTHEHOOPSAUGUST 3, 2016 at 10:15 3 1 Rate This
Attachment Dave King Oldco
Re Tom English and his recent Tweets. Someone just posted this to him, stating they are happy to acknowledge Rangers as the same club as long as King follows up on this vow. To be fair to English he agrees with the poster it is a fair point.
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The point is Tom English is happy to ‘agree’ with people who provide such evidence on Twitter.

what he is not willing to do, is agree with like minded callers on radio shows 
nor is he willing to state in print (newspaper columns) that Sevco and Rangers are two seperate clubs and that Sevco is a new club.

he is a coward who doesn’t want to end up like Brittny!


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