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ALLYJAMBO NOVEMBER 4, 2017 at 10:42 =============================== Good point. Though is he actually making …

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NOVEMBER 4, 2017 at 10:42

Good point. Though is he actually making a determination on whether the offer has to be made or not. I thought his job was just to decide how to enforce it.

I see from the notes to the accounts that TRFC now owe the holding company over £47m, if I am reading that correctly (Note 12) that for me is the reality of the losses as it takes into account not only the loans provided by the Directors and their associates (to the PLC) it also includes the other money supplied by the PLC to the trading company, so things like money from the share issue. 

£47m trading losses over such a short period is pretty impressive going. 

Here’s another thought, just conjecture, if Dave King was for example banned as a Director in the UK do people think he would still put the £7m in that the club needs just to keep trading this year and next. Subsidiary to that, does that £7m include a transfer “war chest” I would be surprised if it did. So what is a new manager going to be offered to strengthen the squad, whatever he can bring in from sales?

Last point, if they have sorted out the retailing and paid off Mike Ashley, why are they predicting similar trading losses this season and next. Surely if their retail deal brings in a lot of profit then their losses would drop.

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NOVEMBER 21, 2017 at 14:29

For info I see JJ has published an extract of a pending Craig Whyte book.  


It really depends what one means by “pending”.

“There is already huge media interest in Craig’s story. National newspaper serialisation is guaranteed. True Blue Treachery will be 75,000 words and delivered three months from signature of contract. True Blue Treachery. Sample Chapter”

It would appear to be “pending” if anyone is interested in actually offering a contract to publish it.

Did you read any of the “sample chapter”. I struggle to think of why anyone would want to read this garbage. To be fair I have never been a fan of the historic present tense.

Enough is enough
Just watching Sportscene.

The new stand at Tynecastle is looking the part, at least on TV.

Maybe Scottish football has a future after all.

Enough is enough
Just a thought that occurred.

If Rangers employed Alex McLeish at say £20k (gross) a week he would probably be able to clear his outstanding tax bill in a couple of years. 

Provided he gave all of the money to HMRC obviously. 

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