Did Stewart Regan Ken Then Wit We Ken Noo?


Yourhavingalaugh says: April 2, 2015 at 5:17 pm For a man who …

Comment on Did Stewart Regan Ken Then Wit We Ken Noo? by Allyjambo.

yourhavingalaugh says:
April 2, 2015 at 5:17 pm

For a man who previously had more to say than a busload of gossips, he has been remarkably quiet since shortly after his ascension (in waiting) to the Ibrox throne. I suspect, in fairness, that this could have something to do with his impending hearing at the CoS, as mouthing out, especially in the somewhat careless way he tends to mouth, might cause him difficulties, particularly if his application fails. He has also already been caught out in an ‘untruth’ over his ‘lining up’ of a NOMAD, and maybe he’s been advised to cool it for a while, at least until it’s only the bears he’s actually using his BSc in Truth Economics on.

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Did Stewart Regan Ken Then Wit We Ken Noo?
Just catching up on the talk about The Clumpany. Hope he’ll be back soon, I was really enjoying his blogs, all very amusing.

If you can, Clumps, let us know what’s up; hope there’s no real problems happening for you.!

Did Stewart Regan Ken Then Wit We Ken Noo?
Is the artist who painted the portraits the next ‘face painter’ to fall foul of ‘Ibrox credit’?

Did Stewart Regan Ken Then Wit We Ken Noo?
May 11, 2015 at 8:56 pm

mcfc says:
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May 11, 2015 at 7:13 pm

New Paintings For Ibrox


“The new framed painting titled the New Pioneers depicts Ally McCoist, Lee McCulloch, Lee Wallace, and Neil Alexander in a mirror image of the Gallant Pioneers, Moses McNeil, Peter McNeil, William McBeath and Peter Campbell.”

Is that the Ally McCoist, now on gardening leave? The Lee McCulloch, now a target of the boo boys (and thoroughly deserving of the boos)? The Lee Wallace, a sad shadow of the player he once promised to be? And the Neil Alexander who had to take The Rangers to a tribunal for the money they owed him?

Or are they some other players of distinction – from an era in the lead up to the death of Rangers? An era much more suited to the title, ‘The Last Stars’, than ‘the New Pioneers’!

It is clear, that not only has money they can’t afford been wasted on paintings that only serve to illustrate the Ibrox decline, but that the paintings were commissioned some time ago. I wonder if the artist was wise enough to get payment up-front?

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Les Says It is Time to Ask The Audience?
StevieBC 8th May 2020 at 12:54

I think your point was addressed in page 2 of the SPFL letter, Stevie, (sorry, can't copy and paste it) in the paragraph that begins, 'Several of us have also been asked…' where it ends by saying that they can't comment until after the EGM, which I think would naturally be the case.

Can I say that the SPFL board do not seem to have missed TRFC, and in particular Stewart Robertson, and hit the wall. It is also clear from the paragraph I refer to that some of the clubs, at least, share our view that TRFC's actions are/were 'bringing the game into disrepute'. There appears to be genuine anger within the ranks of the SPFL, though it looks like Robertson has been set up to be the sacrificial lamb (or lump under the carpet) and may be used to deflect the full repercussions from the club he was acting on behalf of. 

Les Says It is Time to Ask The Audience?
incredibleadamspark 8th May 2020 at 11:49 Allyjambo, all that’s a possible for sure but I just feel that for some fans it doesn’t matter if you wear the green and grey hoops or an orange away top you will fit your views around certain events in Scottish football to suit predetermined opinions/conspiracies. Scottish football is facing an uncertain future, as is our society, and the way Rangers have went about things has been an absolute embarrassment. I just can not see what they are hoping to achieve. Stay safe.


I agree that many/most supporters of all clubs (even ones who conflate grey with white) form their opinions around whatever suits their argument, it is more or less the same in every aspect of life, but as you say, TRFC's vindictive attempt at achieving goodness knows what is an absolute embarrassment, especially to thinking bears; and Celtic, whether through integrity or just having smarter people at the top, are extremely unlikely to ever make such a pig's ear of trying to 'encourage' others to facilitate their required outcome.

Hope you stay safe, too.

Les Says It is Time to Ask The Audience?
incredibleadamspark 8th May 2020 at 10:38

While Celtic may well have done their level best to ensure TRFC were not handed the league title I very much doubt they'd have come up with the amateurish 'dossier' type 'evidence' that TRFC have produced. For one thing, they wouldn't have had to try too hard to come up with some sort of leverage, such as Resolution12, or even threaten, privately, to raise the good old secret 5 Way Agreement. 

I'm pretty certain that Celtic could, if they so wished, end the Great Lie and finish off, not only TRFC, but also all those who aided and abetted them while involved in the game's governance in 2012 and for some time before and after. They could also just threaten to raise Financial Fair Play with UEFA showing how TRFC signed players they couldn't afford (even after they'd posted such disastrous, touch and go UEFA compliant, Accounts) that enabled them to go so far in the UEFA Cup.

It certainly appears that Celtic have little to fear from TRFC's vindictiveness in terms of honesty and rule breaking, while the opposite is true the other way round, which is why they, TRFC, have had to go after their erstwhile friends at Hampden.

Les Says It is Time to Ask The Audience?
Is there any posters on here that think TRFC's long awaited 'Dossier' was worth the wait, or does everyone agree that every doubt expressed as to the likelihood of it containing any 'smoking gun' evidence was right on the money?

I've not read it, and never will, but every critique I've read so far makes it clear that no one has found anything in it that should worry the two named SPFL board members, or anyone else involved (other than Stewart Robertson, TRFC's own man) and that it's nothing more than, at best, a list of questions to be answered, if anyone has the time.

Most notably, the distinct lack of any suggestion of 'bullying', far and away the most serious of the 'leaked' allegations, appears to be missing.

I have to say, though, that in my distrust of the game's governors I am a tad disappointed in it's patheticness*, as a can of worms once opened is very difficult to close, allowing more worms out that may at first have been sought. Anyone else feel the same way?

*Not an actual word, maybe, but then TRFC are not actually the club they claim to be either, so it's alright, see!

Les Says It is Time to Ask The Audience?
Tweet from Graham Spiers

"Key part of Rangers’ accusatory statement of April 11: “bullying”. That is a very serious allegation about #SPFL governance. I’m wading through this RFC “dossier” trying to find evidence of “bullying” but haven’t found it yet. But give it time."

I'm sure page 200 will provide the smoking gun and it will take some time for all who have the dossier to reach mail

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