An Honest Game? Convince Us.

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Taysider says: April 2, 2014 at 9:38 am I was totally …

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Taysider says:
April 2, 2014 at 9:38 am

I was totally underwhelmed by Regan’s comments on Sportsound at the weekend trying to justify the semi final debacle. Do the SFA not understand how badly damaged their reputation is and how critical it is for them to be seen to act transparently in an impartial way? Are they stupid, incompetent or contemptuous of supporters? I’m not sure which option is the most concerning!

The three choices are not mutually exclusive

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Re continuity on incorporation. I think everyone would probably be happy to agree there IS continuity if the incorporation is a SOLVENT reconstruction but there would be a break if it was an INSOLVENT reconstruction. ???


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FairBairn says:
April 4, 2014 at 10:46 am

Regarding history of Club/Company. Is it not a really simple principle, i.e. The history stays with the debts.
No amount of word twisting can overcome this basic fairness, which would cover the behaviour of all companies and football clubs.
Airdrie can use the name Airdrieonians, since the liquidation process is complete but they still don’t have the history of Airdrieonians, Clydebank or Kilbowie Juniors because of the debts.

They are entitled to the history of Clydebank. The current Airdrieonians are the same company as the original Clydebank.

AIRDRIEONIANS FC LTD SC042250 Est 02 June 1965


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