Good Try Mr. McKenzie


David Provan. The midweek Tynecastle defeat was proof of a bang …

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David Provan.
The midweek Tynecastle defeat was proof of a bang average rangers team desperately needing investment. But a board unable or unwilling to fund improvement, are doing nothing to support their manager.
If warbs sees out the season he should walk in the summer while his reputation is still intact.
If warbs walks he would walk with a pay off most likely by mutual agreement.That will cost the board lot’s of money. Then the board will need more money for a new manager and even more money to give him for transfer targets, in the meantime all or most of warbs signings will still need paid.
just were does David think this money is coming from to fund this? They may be unwilling to fund improvements as there are no “FUNDS” there in the first place  to support this manager.or any other manager.

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Good Try Mr. McKenzie
ALLYJAMBOFEBRUARY 5, 2017 at 14:46
‘reputation’ is diminishing the longer he remains. ‘Go soon, mate, before it’s too late,’ type friendly advice.
And please go with no pay off, the least you can say is you managed “the most successful club in the world” (his words not mine). And we have no money to pay you off.How much smsm  friendly advice.will MW take before it becomes too much.
His most successful rant is were he lost any sympathy from me, that was up there with Charles Green clapping along to if you hate the SFA, and Ally’s who are these people

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TONYFEBRUARY 4, 2017 at 23:09       3 Votes 
CLUSTER ONEthat’s what it looks like,so between him and barton it could be costly
That’s why i just can’t see another gardening leave episode. Just how many Directors, managers, players have been on gardening leave for a couple of years old club?

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STEVIEBCFEBRUARY 4, 2017 at 22:42
And this could mean that only the real hardcore support is left.
Would it get to the stage were (they say about other clubs 40,000 turn up for a cup final) but were are the fans the rest of the league games?

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It would take all scrutiny away from the club and could leave the chairman role to someone more respected such as Alistair Johnston.
You do know Alistair Johnston.was on the board during the EBT years and  Johnston admits the other ongoing tax probe could leave Rangers with a bill they cannot afford to pay.

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UPTHEHOOPSJANUARY 1, 2018 at 21:21
I am a Celtic shareholder and if it was up to me (which it is not), I would tell the SFA here and now that Celtic Park is unavailable for any future fixture.  However I know that will not happen, but I doubt there is anything they could do to force Celtic to allow them use of the stadium.  
The SFA board is due to meet in late January to consider its findings and, although no final decision is expected at that stage, it will shape Hampden’s future.

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CLUSTER ONEJANUARY 1, 2018 at 20:50
Agreed… but just where would the SFA call home?
15) With recent coverage surrounding the SFA and the Hampden lease expiring in 2020, there’s asuspicion that the SFA will take internationals, finals etc to Parkhead. Can we expect the board tovigorously push Ibrox for these fixtures and thus create another important revenue stream?The Executive is in close dialogue with the SFA with regards to the situation at Hampden.

Click to access AGM-2017-QA.pdf

Hope all the other clubs executives are in close dialogue with the SFA with regards to the situation at Hampden.

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HOMUNCULUSJANUARY 1, 2018 at 20:38
There is absolutely no reason why games can’t be played in Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow, or anywhere else with a stadium suitable for a specific match.
Agreed… but just where would the SFA call home?

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HOMUNCULUSJANUARY 1, 2018 at 19:39
Most, not all. One also wonders who pays for the upkeep of the stadium and other associated costs.
The Spiders, who remain an amateur club and are celebrating their 150th anniversary, say comments made by SFA chief executive Stewart Regan to BBC Scotland had caused them “great concern”.
They said in a website statement that they “would seek confirmation from the Scottish FA that they have fulfilled their responsibilities, under the present lease, to maintain the stadium and further detailed evidence to support Mr Regan’s statement”.

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