It Is Better To Offer No Excuse Than A Bad One

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Does impecuniosity trump concomitant?

” Given the circumstances put forward by the respondent in support of his supposed impecuniosity they are of no significance. His impecuniosity is entirely self-generated….the Trusts have been willing to provide money for the purchase of Rangers shares when the respondent wished them to do so. Now, suddenly, when the respondent does not wish to comply with the terms of Rule 9 the Trusts no longer are willing to provide any money. “

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It Is Better To Offer No Excuse Than A Bad One
Sorry, the Sunday Mail extract I posted (above) omitted the Mark Allen article – now attached 


It Is Better To Offer No Excuse Than A Bad One
Homunculus December 24, 2017 at 12:15
Does anyone else suspect that  Mr Allen may see his future elsewhere.
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It looks as if there is a whispering campaign against Allen within the Blue Room.  The Sunday Mail article (attached) suggests Mark is getting his retaliation in first before he becomes the next club official to ‘resign’.  Even the Herald feels the need to give its tuppenceworth on his role in this latest saga.  I wonder who has suddenly turned the spotlight on the esteemed Director of Football?
http://www.heraldscotland.com/sport/15791381.Mark_Allen__My_role_at_Rangers_has_been_greatly_misunderstood/


It Is Better To Offer No Excuse Than A Bad One
WOTTPI Dec 20th 2017 at 16.56
As an aside it is obvious Lord Bannatyne wants things off his desk before the festive break.
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If indeed His Lordship promulgates his judgment on Friday 22nd then I for one would be highly suspicious of the baffling delay in doing so.  Lord Bannatyne was required to make a comparatively simple ruling on whether he “may” or “must” decide.  It is not as if he was tasked with safeguarding the constitution of the realm.  Even sending a felon to the gallows would not entail the length of time this matter has sat on his desk.
 
With the recent flurry of activity down Ibrox way, I wonder if Lord Bannatyne has deliberately waited until certain moves have been completed so that any ‘cold shoulder’ process against King becomes superfluous.  Time and truth will tell.


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Enough is enough
John James in a blog earlier today reviews Craig Whyte’s forthcoming autobiography.  We only have JJ’s word that the book is in the offing, but he reproduces a chapter detailing how Whyte was detained by DCI Robertson at Heathrow after the Mexican authorities had refused him entry.  JJ states that the Motherwell Billionaire will reveal that a rival club approached him to throw a match in order to help RFC’s finances.  JJ has just made the attached Tweet.  I do hope that both JJ and Whyte are on solid ground – it would be an expensive exercise otherwise.  Perhaps Craig’s magic pen might just be his salvation?
As far as I can see they must be talking about the end of season 2010/11 with three games remaining, namely Hearts, which RFC won 4-0, Dundee United 2-0 and Kilmarnock, 5-1.  In the Killie game RFC went ahead with three early goals and won the League by a solidary point – a close shave, but it opened the CL door for RFC. 


Enough is enough
easyJambo November 15, 2017 at 17:48
The BBC Scotland report:

“Four months later, the company’s business and assets were sold to a consortium led by Charles Green for £5.5m.”

Perhaps our friends at Pacific Quay could explain that for the sake of us simple mortals who are under the impression it was merely the surviving assets that Charles de Normande acquired. 


Enough is enough
ernie November 8, 2017 at 12:21

If by HRH you mean ‘Old Mother Riley’ then it should be HMQ.  After all, we have to give Her Maj all due respect.


Enough is enough
I see that Graham Spiers has made a nice put-down on Twitter this morning.  I hope the font size is large enough to read on this extract.


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Bomber Brown and Billy Davies were at the Aberdeen v Celtic match last night.  According to some reports Davies spent his time scribbling on a note pad.  Why would these two fans have travelled (together) all the way up to Aberdeen yesterday to watch another game while their own team was playing at Ibrox?  Who despatched this budding management duo to the frozen north and who paid for their trip?  Could it be that the decision to ‘mutually consent’ Pedro was taken immediately following the Hampden debacle on Sunday while the South African shareholder was in town?  All that remains is for Senor Caixinha to be informed he has resigned.


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