How Not To Govern Scottish Football

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Ryan
Personal attacks are usually removed, but if we have missed any, let me know.
I think McCoist’s performance as a manager is relevant to the discussion given the contractual Catch 22 the board find themselves in with respect to his terms of employment – as would discussion of any manager if appropriate in those terms.

You are correct that we should be asking the questions the media don’t but the converse is not true – in other words we can’t stop asking a question just because the media have finally gotten round to it?

That said, personal attacks on anyone’s character re a no-no.

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