Did Stewart Regan Ken Then Wit We Ken Noo?


And if you thought blowing money on paintings was financially …

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

And if you thought blowing money on paintings was financially imprudent…

“Kenny Miller will be a Rangers player next season regardless of what division the Ibrox club are playing in.
The 35-year-old striker joined the Light Blues for the third time last summer after moving from Vancouver Whitecaps on a one-year deal.
But Sportsmail understands the agreement also contained an appearance-related clause that would trigger a second year for the veteran”


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Did Stewart Regan Ken Then Wit We Ken Noo?
BorrowaTenner says:
Member: (53 comments)
May 11, 2015 at 11:40 am
With the many comments we have posted here, indicating great concern

about the kindergarten approach to the administration of Scottish

Football, a thought has crossed my mind on several occasion.

In short, what harm can be done by incorporating the English FA rule

book, and disposing of the pile of manure in current use.
It would be helpful if you would highlight the differences between the two that you feel would improve the administration of Scottish Football.

As a helpful starter I’ll point out that at least the SFA have a dual ownership rule, unlike the EFA…hard to see where exchanging rule books would get us to there…

Did Stewart Regan Ken Then Wit We Ken Noo?
BorrowaTenner says:
Member: (52 comments)
May 8, 2015 at 3:58 pm
For some time now we have being hearing about the millions required to

upgrade and modernise various faults at Ibrox Stadium.

Are Sevco waitng to see if they overcome QOS, Hibernian, P/L club to start

required works.

Can this work be completed in the short timeframe (do they have the

money?),and will they be able to convince the powers that be, along with

the H&S and obtain the appropiate license.
Well there have been numerous rumours and little hard fact.

Ibrox presumably ok’d at the start of this season so unless there’s been significant deterioration in the meantime they’ll be good to go next season.

Did Stewart Regan Ken Then Wit We Ken Noo?
castaway says:
Member: (54 comments)
May 6, 2015 at 10:44 pm
parttimearab says:
Member: (312 comments)
May 6, 2015 at 9:09 pm

Sometimes there is a simple explanation, in plain view, that doesn’t somehow revolve around Rangers.


True, but I believe the converse is true also. There’s loads being done in plain sight for “the good of Scottish Football”, which the healthily sceptical know dang well is for the benefit of one new club only.
Wouldn’t disagree with you on that…but there is I think a need to be careful to distinguish between the obvious “for the good of Scottish Football” 5way/Brysonesque decisions as opposed to decisions that may benefit Rangers as a consequence but which have a perfectly good rational underling them.

Important for the credibility of the blog IMO.

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JIMBOJANUARY 6, 2017 at 16:01
‘The Rangers’   I’ve often wondered how Charles Green got away with such a miniscule change to the name.  As I understood it, under the phoenix laws any new business arising from the ashes had to have a significantly different name so that it could not be seen to go into liquidation, shed the debt and start again unharmed, name intact

IIRC (and it is a while ago now) permission was sought (by CG) from and granted by the liquidators BDO.
Perhaps someone else who kept notes or has a better memory than me might confirm this?

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The whole thing smacks of poetic justice you might say…

“Water, water, every where, And all the boards did shrink; Water, water, every where, Nor any drop to drink.” 

History, Neighbours and Made Up News
SEPTEMBER 30, 2016 at 05:09
Wrt Ranger’s reported desire to see strict liability brought in.

The cynic would suppose that they know the other clubs are dead set against it so it makes them look good while they know it’s never gonnae happen…

Even if it turns out that Phil is correct and the Scottish government will insist they’d still look better than the others and if it’s inevitable they’ve nothing to loose.

TBH I’m struggling to understand how it could be tacked onto ground licencing without local authorities rather than the SFA becoming responsible for enforcement and sanctions which I truly doubt they’d want involved in.

Finally you’d hope they’d simply decided it was time to put a cork in the choir’s gob for their own benefit and that of football and Scottish society as a whole – well a man can dream, can’t he 09

History, Neighbours and Made Up News
SEPTEMBER 28,  2016 at 18:13
I note that while the panel rejected the…error…over the designation of the club (cough) they suggested that the SFA might want to tighten up on that in future 12
Bit late 10 

I assume the charges against Rangers were dropped as the consideration of Hibs covered the same ground? 

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