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A new name for the blog is required, apparently. …

Comment on Hello by manandboy.

A new name for the blog is required, apparently. It sounds simple enough, but already we are in difficulty.

We are all standing on the shoulders of RTC, now a literary giant.

I think it would be folly to abandon the hard won credibility and reputation of RTC by the introduction of a new name for the blog, which will, let’s face it , just be a continuation of RTC anyway.

Those 3 letters are gold dust. Need I say that again? Gold dust.

Out there, in scottish football land, including the MSM, and even with our old friend Jack Irvine, the letters RTC get respect. That’s RESPECT.

IMO, therefore, the letters RTC must surely be part of the new name eg. RTC2 or RTC Legacy, or RTC whatever.

So let’s get PR creative about this project. The time for the funny or silly names is over.

Let’s get it right.

This is a serious business.

manandboy Also Commented

Hello
Zilch says:
August 1, 2012 at 6:12 pm

Hi Zilch, or should it be Jack.

If I were you Jack, this is precisely the message I would be giving to RTC and posters.

Funny how you’ve never posted before and yet now at this critical moment you pop up to advise us how to TERMINATE RTC as ” THE most important point for sharing ideas . . . “.

If RTC were to stop now and the name be retired, it would be suicide for everything the site stands for.

And you know it.

So good try, Jack. I’m sure it won’t be the last.

BTW, how’s your depression today? Keep those shades handy.


Hello
A new name for the blog is required, apparently. It sounds simple enough, but already we are in difficulty.

We are all standing on the shoulders of RTC, now a literary giant.

I think it would be folly to abandon the hard won credibility and reputation of RTC by the introduction of a new name for the blog, which will, let’s face it , just be a continuation of RTC anyway.

Those 3 letters are gold dust. Need I say that again? Gold dust.

Out there, in scottish football land, including the MSM, and even with our old friend Jack Irvine, the letters RTC get respect. That’s RESPECT.

IMO, therefore, the letters RTC must surely be part of the new name eg. RTC2 or RTC Legacy, or RTC whatever.

So let’s get PR creative about this project. The time for the funny or silly names is over.

Let’s get it right.

This is a serious business.

(apology for posting twice)


Hello
Looks like the migration from RTC to Scottish Football Corruption is well underway . . . . . .

Ps. Not sure if the name is just right yet . . . .


Recent Comments by manandboy

Podcast Episode 3 – David Low
Q. What does Scottish Football and the Scottish Referendum have in common ?
A. They share the same media.

However . . .yesterday, the Sunday Herald declared itself in favour of Independence
which leads me to say;

HOUSTON – WE HAVE A PROBLEM

Q. Can the Sunday Herald be a ‘Nationalist’ Paper on the front pages
while at the same time be a Unionist paper on the football pages.

Can the Sunday Herald say on the front pages – The Emperor has no clothes,
While on the football pages say, in unison with every other paper in Scotland – The Emperor’s new clothes!

(For those who have been away on business or holidays for the past two years – The Unionist club, RFC(IL) went into Liquidation in 2012. A new club was formed thereafter.
No mainstream media outlet in Scotland will say in public that that is the case.)

(THE SUNDAY HERALD MAY 4 2014 : THE PRIZE IS A BETTER COUNTRY
“The media should not speak with one voice”
(Editorial. Page 3. Para.T))


Podcast Episode 3 – David Low
http://wp.me/p93oK-3Jo

Writing in today’s Guardian on the theme of ‘The Third Scotland’,
(the piece is reproduced in Bella Caledonia)

Gerry Hassan, in para 5, says

“Glasgow Rangers FC, Scotland’s dominant and most successful club blew up, faced liquidation and is now working its way up through the lower leagues”

The Lie lives on


Podcast Episode 3 – David Low
Auldheid says:April 11, 2014 at 12:40 am
Paulmac2
There ongoing silence on their plans to tackle the consequences of past poor governance and future proofing is puzzling.
Even a statement that they are aware of serious issues of trust and honesty besetting the game that they intend to address would be a start.
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Have those in charge at Ibrox and Hampden had a Road to Damascus conversion experience recently?

Might I suggest, Auldheid, that it’s already too late for ‘issues of trust and honesty’.

The shocks, surprises and headlines of the future
are being created today behind the scenes and in complete secrecy.

Their silence is a sign that they are busy.
That includes being busy about things they wish to keep secret.
Like finding the cash to pay their bills – if indeed TRFC’s bills are being paid.

The awarding of the 2 cup semis to Ibrox is significant not only in itself
but also as a pointer to what else the SFA might do to support TRFC financially.

I wouldn’t be in the least bit surprised if ‘ The ongoing silence on their plans to tackle the consequences of past poor governance and future proofing’ continues well into the future.

As for the implications for Scottish Football in an Independent Scotland . . . . .


An Honest Game? Convince Us.
Hoopy 7 says: April 2, 2014 at 12:55 pm

In my opinion only the chairmen of the clubs can rid the game of the compromised and the corrupt.
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In my opinion only the FANS can rid the game of the compromised and the corrupt.

Only a united and organised nationwide fanbase – including Scotland fans –
has any chance of forcing reform at the SFA,

and that by means of staying away from International matches as a first step
and then Cup matches,
and so on till the SFA cry ‘enough’.

Is it going to happen ? I would love to think so, but I don’t believe it will.

For that reason the SFA and Sevco will stand all day every day
and continue to piss on the fans, just like they’ve been doing for decades.

The Chairmen aren’t going to sort this – not in a hundred years.


Scottish Football: An Honest Game, Honestly Governed?
Campbellsmoney says: March 21, 2014 at 6:04 pm
If Scottish Football is as corrupt as some on here obviously think it is, I have to ask myself why they bother with it.
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C,
Corruption can be sorted so as to enable the re-emergence of the beautiful game – which the fans love.


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