Everything Has Changed

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Is it possible that he really is a mental.
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It’s not complicated – the man’s on the make and doing whatever it takes to get the cash. Those TV viewers and merchandise buyers appeal to Sky, Puma and C&C (Blackthorn) who are also on the make. There’s no morals here and no such thing as bad publicity.

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Galling fiver says:
Thursday, March 7, 2013 at 16:05
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Bye Bye, member your sword?

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I assume you mean the Shining Sword of Truth (copyright cheating, lying, formerly Honourable, ex-MP Jonathan Aitken)?


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shield2012 says:
Thursday, March 7, 2013 at 14:54
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shield, I’ve been one of those that welcomed a different view, challenging the common mindset of most posters on this blog. That inlcudes your posts but in recent times you seem to have moved to a position that says nothing wrong happened (almost straying in to trolling) – did you read the FTTT and LNS findings? You may feel that a little of bit of poor administration over ten years doesn’t amount to much but you must also surely wonder why Rangers serial poor administration and systematic non-completion of players registration was treated so differently to that of other clubs with single transgressions. Can you offer a view on that? I’ll understand if you’ve decided that it’s time to move on from all this but there is a lingering sesne of unfairness about this whole business that goes far beyond paranoid people from the east end of Glasgow.


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StevieBC says:
Thursday, March 7, 2013 at 13:31
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Stevie, facts here, not opinions. Seriously though, despite all the angst about what many of us see as the illogical conclusion of the FTTT and the LNS inquiry, the Rangers FC that spent £11m on Tore Andre Flo and continues to hold such a special place within the hearts and minds of many working in the Scottish media and the support of key players within Scotland’s footballing bodies is moving (very) slowly to death through liquidation. The successor entity starts from a place very far behind the old Rangers great rival and will take years to achieve parity, even if everything goes smoothly for it. I believe that the internet bampots have played a part in that by scrutinising the role played in this by the footballing authorities and the Scottish MSM. The senior sports reporter at the Daily Record calling quits is testimony to that, along with the rising number of sportswriters prepared to go beyond simply regurgitating Media House briefings. The decision not to place the new Rangers in SPL or SFL 1 is further evidence – this was driven by fans anger and that anger was informed by good analysis on blogs such as this and some fans sites (Celtic, where it would be expected, but also Aberdeen and Hearts).

A job well done, I’d say. Others may feel there is still unfinished business and that’s OK.


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easyJamboDecember 20, 2017 at 12:44
EJ, I’ve no cause to doubt you or Hearts directors or the company auditors. It’s a fact though that people will speculate on these matters, often getting things completely wrong, intentionally or simply through ignorance.


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easyJamboDecember 20, 2017 at 11:23

blu December 20, 2017 at 11:16 There is an element of truth in Tangoed’s assertion about the need for transparency though – I’m sure there’s plenty speculation on Jambos Kickback as to the identity of the mysterious benefactors. ===================== There is indeed plenty speculation on Jambos Kickback about the benefactor(s).
A couple of well informed posters have all but confirmed that the money has come from partners in an Edinburgh investment company.

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I’m sure that you and others closer to the club will have a very good idea who these people are but as long as the club is asked to keep their identities private there will be speculation and aspersions cast from the east of Edinburgh and further afield.


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HomunculusDecember 20, 2017 at 10:57
I’ll decline from commenting further, the majority of members here seem to think it is acceptable to conjecture that Hearts are being funded by the proceeds of crime.

For the avoidance of doubt Homunculus, I agree with your challenge to Tangoed – his subsequent response confirms it is simple speculation, possibly mischievous. My question was more focused on what might be considered as money laundering, tangential and less important than your challenge.
There is an element of truth in Tangoed’s assertion about the need for transparency though – I’m sure there’s plenty speculation on Jambos Kickback as to the identity of the mysterious benefactors.
 


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Homunculus, I don’t think that money laundering was referred to by Tangoed, no doubt they’ll respond to fully explain.


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