Comment on End of the Road for King? by normanbatesmumfc.
January 23, 2017 at 12:52
I found the clearest distinction to be in the draft 5WA which denotes TRFC the company (being effectively what Mackenzie refers to as the club, distinguished in the 5WA as “RFC”) and this mythical ethereal willo-the-wispy thingmy which the 5WA refers to as “Rangers FC” or, in Mackenzie language, the Club. As HP laid out previously Mackenzie’s evidence was essentially to say that the club was liquidated (which is why the club was never mentioned) whereas the Club was talked about at length albeit he wouldn’t be drawn on specifically what “Relegation” would have meant to the Club. Which is just as well given the infamous “as if” comment* that I referred to before.
* I paraphrase because I can’t check back on my phone, the draft 5WA says something like “the players that Rangers FC (so the Club then) brought to the SFL would be treated AS IF Rangers FC (the Club) had been relegated from the SPL.” Its funny that you would write something like that, something so absurdly relevant and relative to the specific argument taking place in court to which you are witness and then refuse to mention it to the judge!
Or maybe not so funny.
Yes we’re expected to believe all this tosh and move on. My question to Mr MacKenzie would be:
Assume Charles Green had never been involved and “substitute” him with a consortium of Dublin businessmen. Their off-the-shelf company was called Sevco1888 and they paid exactly the same for the same assets.
The exact same players agreed to transfer their registrations to the new team, thereafter, the company/club changed its name to The Govan Shamrocks. Would this still be the same Club or club as RFC PLC????
As we know, absolute nonsense.
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End of the Road for King?
What a shame the bold Mr Kinloch had not staked £10,000 instead of £100. I wonder how quick Coral’s would be in shining their flashlights on the elephant in the room if the liability was £25m!!!
If Coral’s are really so afraid of losing the blue pound, I suggest the green pound should boycott them in their droves for failing to use the truth to win their case, in order to avoid upsetting the knuckle draggers
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Enough is enough
theredpillNovember 7, 2017 at 07:44
Sevco is gonna love this.http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-41857222
AND, the beeb also described Celtic as Scotland’s biggest club!
While we know this to be true, the Klan will be raging.
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JOHN CLARKOCTOBER 4, 2017 at 16:41
The ‘Scotsman’ has a wee piece reporting that if Cataluna ‘secedes’ from Spain, and gets kicked out of La Liga, the Catalonian sports Minister thinks they could get into the English premier league.Arsene Wenger, though, opines that ” We have to invite the Scottish clubs before we go for the Spanish”Who’s been biting his ear?
My understanding is, historically Catalonia included parts of South Eastern France, where many inhabitants of the border towns and villages see themselves as Catalonian, rather than French.
Therefore a more suitable “home” for an exiled Barcalona team would be the French League. Unless of course, money is more important?????????????
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Despite the blatant need for a thorough review, with proper retrospective punishment and re-setting of results, for me as big an “issue” is the fabrication of continuity.
Not looking to open up the OC/NC debate again, but the upcoming Sevco v Celtic game at Ibrox on Saturday week may open up an opportunity to put this lie to bed for ever.
I am not sure what the Celtic allocation of tickets would be for this game, but say 5,000. Now the match will be promoted and tickets sold on the false pretence of Sevco being the historic cheating club born in 18 canteen rather than the true birthdate of 2012.
My question is, would it be possible for a group, (the more the better) of fans attending/buying these tickets, to go to a “small claims” court and request reimbursement of the ticket price based on the legal status of the club being falsely promoted?
There are many in the game and associated organisations, for whom the lie suits their agenda. However anytime this nonsense has come in front of proper legal scrutiny, it has been shown to be the sham we all know too well.
We know Sevco would not settle out of court as they are desperate for cash and of course are “no surrender peepul”. I’m sure many fans across the country would be only too happy to crowd-fund the challenge. Could this be one option to finally debunk the myth????
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Time for a statement from Celtic supporters association.
To all those clubs, who fail to support Celtic’s demand for an extensive review and restoration of integrity to the Scottish game. Don’t expect the support of Celtic fans at your stadia in future. Why should Celtic fans support spineless, gutless boards who prefer to turn a blind eye to blatant corruption rather than join in the fight for truth, transparency and justice.
You’re going to reap just what you sow.
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Oh and while I’m logged on, I thought I’d add my tuppenceworth to “Brown-toe-flick-gate”.
Anyone who has played the game will know, Scott Brown could easily have avoided his foot making contact with the Hamilton player’s face. So should he be given a ban for the offence? Yes. However I’m sure the compliance officer is only too aware, any ban could be appealed and it would be very difficult to prove the minimal contact was not accidental.
In other words, I believe he would win his appeal and because of this there will be no action taken.
I am not a big fan of Scott Brown as an individual, but realise he has the physical attributes to make him an integral part of the Celtic team. A bit like Leigh Griffiths, he often lets himself down with silly impetuous antics, which detract from the positives in their games. I also believe he will feel he has unfinished business with Neymar, (as possibly does Lustig) and a bet on Scott Brown to be yellow-carded in the match is as near a certainty as you will get. I only hope the red mist doesn’t descend in which case Celtic could well be facing and already Herculean task, playing with a man short.