Armageddon? What Armageddon?


Giovanni says: June 14, 2014 at 1:43 pm If Deloittes don’t …

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Giovanni says:
June 14, 2014 at 1:43 pm
If Deloittes don’t walk away then they will almost certainly qualify the audit opinion. They are virtually obliged to inform the regulatory body AIM of this decision before the accounts are published. I believe that AIM will then have no choice but to suspend dealings in RIFC shares thereby scuppering any share option scheme and sending the club/company/ethereal entity to its doom.

Ian Steele of Deloittes has an important decision to make and I wouldn’t be surprise if he decides that they walk away. Do they want to be seen to be responsible for the demise of an institution? I would not blame them as after all they were lied to in September 2013 over the £2.5M unsecured loan facility and were given dubious information with respect to season ticket renewals in March of this year

Phil seems to have the inside track that there’s trouble a’brewing.

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Phil teasing on Twitter again:

From an excellent source:”keep an eye on South Africa for developments.”

If it became apparent that Dave King was demonstrably not in a position to be the saviour of Sevco would The People buy Season Tickets?

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ecobhoy says:
May 21, 2014 at 12:28 pm

Rangers director Sandy Easdale in new legal threat to rebel supporter over e-petition
This is the S of S petition

I see that the petition is also being automatically copied to Graham Wallace as well. I agree with you, Ecobhoy, it would be childish to sign the petition just to annoy these already overburdened directors of RIFC and TRFC.

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