Listening to Speirs and Keevins, it’s obvious that the agenda …

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Listening to Speirs and Keevins, it’s obvious that the agenda of the MSM has not and will not change
The myth of “punished enough” is still being peddled, and they are now preparing the ground for not imposing any sanctions if the use of dual contracts is proved

When taken alongside Regan’s totally evasive interview, it is obvious that this fight against corruption is far from over
At the moment, that primarily involves Sevco, but that won’t always be the case
Whether it is via RTC or the new site, the fight has to go on

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Auldheid @ 3:56 pm

The most infuriating aspect of that incident, was that a player for one of the so called “diddy” clubs either just before or just after it, received a very heavy suspension for doing an awful lot less “manhandling” of a referee
Corrupt doesn’t even begin to describe it

A wee bit of campaigning
I don’t think Succulent Lamb would work as a name
To name the blog after something we are totally against, could be taken as some sort of approval
Just my thoughts

Didn’t take jack long to find us 🙂

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Peace – Not War
PORTBHOYNOVEMBER 25, 2016 at 15:02
The man is a fantasist
He can’t fund the current operation, but is talking about a massive stadium refurb
When will they waken up

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First of all congratulations to Hibs and all of their supporters
They won the game on merit, fairly and squarely
The pitch invasion however cannot be condoned or glossed over, and both sets of fans are equally culpable

The TRFC statement is a deliberate attempt, in my opinion, to place the blame entirely on the Hibs supporters, and video evidence, emerging via YouTube, appears to show that both sides carry responsibility for the post match scenes

Neither can the SFA escape criticism for what happened
This was their game, organised under their banner, and they to have a degree of responsibility for what happened

I await with interest the outcome of the various inevitable enquiries

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This is my final word on this subject
Can you show definitively where Rangers, who were already members of the SPL,  applied for membership of the SPL and subsequently the SFL

The fact that journalists refer to Rangers in their articles does not mean that was the reality, and was all part of the continuity myth

The only organisation that applied for membership of both the SPL & SFL was Sevco Scotland, who subsequently changed its name to TRFC
That is an indisputable fact ,as you well know, but you carny on with your denial

I won’t be posting on this subject again

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MAY 13, 2016 at 16:56

Tommy there is no need for interpretation
Sevco Scotland were granted membership of the SFL despite meeting absolutely none of the criteria required for membership
No need for splitting hairs, as facts, however unpalatable some find them, are facts
I intend to drop this now, as it is detracting from the main thrust, which is the TOG report and Res12

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MAY 13, 2016 at 16:31

Lawman says Rangers were voted into the 3rd Division which is completely untrue, otherwise you are 100% correct

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