Fair Play at FIFA?


Following a meeting today, the Board of The Rangers International …

Comment on Fair Play at FIFA? by carntyne.

Following a meeting today, the Board of The Rangers International Football Club PLC issued the following statement:

“The Board has announced today it is to commission an independent examination and report in view of recent allegations in the media concerning the Chief Executive, Charles Green, the Commercial Director, Imran Ahmad, and their management of the Club”.

We would like to reassure Tribute Act fans we intend to supply the commission with lashings of whitewash and a very large carpet and brush.

So don’t worry!

😉 😉 😉

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Fair Play at FIFA?
Palacio67 says:
Saturday, April 13, 2013 at 00:56

Great blog today and tonight, lots of great posts, but one occurrence thats is bugging me what is this SPL2? is this the next step if the current 12 12 18 proposals are knocked back??

I think that was the idea, but there’s no way it can be implemented for the start of next season.

Not enough time.

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theglen2012 says:
Saturday, April 13, 2013 at 00:40

There is no point of me posting every other day and offering nothing more than “well, I don’t think that’s fair..”

I agree.

So why don’t you argue your case as to why it is that something is ‘not fair’.

Who knows, if your argument is persuasive you may change some minds.

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GeronimosCadillac says:
February 13, 2014 at 8:24 pm
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Esteban says:
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GeronimosCadillac says:
February 13, 2014 at 8:12 pm

Crowds come and go, historically. If crowds are down partly because there is no Sevco in the top flight, it’s a price worth paying.
Agreed but there has to be an impact on the business model at some point where crowds and season book sales are on a downward trend. I’m not decrying Celtic here I’m just pointing out that they are paying a price that most of the other Premiership teams have largely avoided.

That’s because most of the other premiership clubs have very low attendances both now and historically, almost all playing to crowds of under 7,000-8,000 and many much lower than that.

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General Tilly says:
February 13, 2014 at 12:49 pm

Bawsman – an interesting tidbit overall there and thanks for sharing.

On the point I’ve quoted above…….. Has someone (perhaps on this very forum iirc) not already poured some very icy water on the notion that the Easdales bus firm would be worth that amount?

If, as suggested, the Easdales are looking for a victim to sell their bus company to, the reason won’t be that they want to plough the money into Rangers2.

They are too smart to throw their money into a bottomless pit.

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upthehoops says:
February 13, 2014 at 7:11 am
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Lots of media triumphalism today about the Rangers Supporters Trust shareholding increase to 500K.

Having listened to the utterances of that organisation in the past, heaven forbid they ever get anywhere near a position of power.

The very reason I wish them well…as I’m sure does Heaven…

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john clarke says:
February 11, 2014 at 9:36 pm
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Carntyne says:
February 11, 2014 at 8:41 pm
….“We are the same club” claims only apply to keeping the history. 🙄
And that is the unbelievable mess the SFA got into, dealing with two quite separate football clubs round the same table , trying to transmigrate the soul of one into the body of the other! And blaming the second body for some (and only some) of the offences of the lifeless corpse.

Meantime, though, BDO are still quietly investigating, and we live in some hope that something of the real rottenness of the whole foul chapter in Scottish football and wider social history will be dragged into the light of day.

As the drama of the last three years unfolded, just like everybody else I could not believe not only what was happening on a daily basis, but also the response to the scandal, of the media, football authorities, and the judiciary.

Rangers,(then) and Sevco,(now) managed to wriggle and squiggle their way through the mess.

What happened to them wasn’t pleasant, but nothing near to what should have happened.

For that reason I have no faith in BDO, the UTTT, or anyone else, bringing down the hatchet on Rangers 2.

The only thing that might prevent Third Rangers is total financial insolvency.

And I wouldn’t bet on that either.

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Bawsman says:
February 11, 2014 at 8:50 pm

I am staggered that our press have not hounded CO out of office……and the people who prop him up.

I would be staggered if they did…

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