John Clark Meets “The SFA”

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The comments directed towards mr collum are understandable but who …

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The comments directed towards mr collum are understandable but who made him a top (cough) ref,this guy makes huge clangers in almost every game i’ve seen him in,yet there he goes off to the euros as our representitve.
Perhaps it’s time to look at what role the referees assessors play in all of this,we saw last night how bad WC is,it would be interesting to get ahold of the assessors scorecard to see what points he gave the ref.My own guess would be that wullie collum got a good score because that’s how it works.You scratch my back etc etc..

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It Is Better To Offer No Excuse Than A Bad One
HOMUNCULUSDECEMBER 19 , 2017 at 22:57

Forgive me but do you have anything to substantiate that. 
Do you really think that Hearts are being used as a vehicle for money laundering. 
Only a suggestion H,since i did use the OR as a follow on from easyjambos post.

It could easily be David Murray or the scottish goverment funnelling funds to buy the silence of hearts over the cheating that’s taken place.

OR it could be as easyjambo suggests,a nice as pie guy throwing millions of pounds at his favourite club.

If you stuck mystery benefactor in sevco’s accounts or in the SFA’s the peeps on this blog would be all over it.

What happened to transparency for all our clubs?

It Is Better To Offer No Excuse Than A Bad One
DECEMBER 19 , 2017 at 17:58

No loan, no equity, no security involved, just a philanthropist doing their bit for the club.  It seems Ann Budge has wealthy friends who don’t mind putting their hands in their pockets.
Or a local criminal looking to get rid of some of their ill gotten gains,let’s not ask to many hard questions though as we all know that Ann Budge will always do what’s right 04 .

The Vice Closes

Personally I think the whole thing is a squirrel and am more interested in what people are trying to hide by bringing this particular old chestnut up right now.
Trying to hide their feelings most likely,it must be hard coming to the realisation that their clubs are now part of the corruption that’s taken hold of scottish football.

The Vice Closes
SEPTEMBER 12,  2017 at 08:18
but it’s an awful long and complex story to try to tell over a pint
Only those who are trying hide the truth are the ones who are making it complex.
Keep it simple.
1.Rangers used taxpayers money to pay the salaries of players,without which these players may not have played for Rangers.
2.Rangers deliberately failed to register these players properly with the SFA in an effort to hide the fact that they were using illegal tax schemes.
What it all boils down to,
3.Rangers had to cheat to win a game of football.

On Grounds for Judicial Review
Whatever their reasons for doing so,Celtic did publicly call for a review.
A small and embarrassing (for the rest of the clubs) fact that should’nt be whitewashed over.

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