Where now for the Judicial Panel Protocol?

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Hoopy 7 says: September 7, 2012 at 13:36 The Rules just confirm …

Comment on Where now for the Judicial Panel Protocol? by CrazyHorse.

Hoopy 7 says:
September 7, 2012 at 13:36

The Rules just confirm why a lot of us think that there will be no flotation.
But in the event that this is wrong I am of the opinion that it will fail.
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I concur Hoopy 7. More chance of hitting the crossbar, from the halfway line, blindfolded, with a back heeler than a successful if any flotation.

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Where now for the Judicial Panel Protocol?
Copy and paste link below for some light reading on a Friday afternoon. In order to float Charles Le Vert would have to reveal his hand, can’t wait.

http://www.londonstockexchange.com/companies-and-advisors/aim/advisers/rules/aim-rules-for-companies.pdf

Also came across this headline;
Rangers to float as it chases global glory, The Guardian, Friday 31 March 2000

Jump forward a decade or so, how about;
Rangers to float as it chases Ramsdens Cup glory, MSM/Media House, September 2012

Made me smile.


Where now for the Judicial Panel Protocol?
john clarke says:
September 3, 2012 at 14:52

JC
That’s all getting a bit condescending isn’t it?

There appears to be two camps among Celtic supporters. The PL ‘dignified silence’ camp and those of us that are not so convinced. It doesn’t make us guilty of ‘trolling agent-provocateur-ship’. We are all entitled to express our opinions on here and just because you and others happen to disagree doesn’t make it ‘juvenile nonsense’. I stopped posting yesterday because I detected a bit of a dismissive attitude towards me and thought what’s the point.

The only reasoning I have consistently read justifying Celtic’s silence is that of the carnage in the streets variety. If that is truly the case what a sad indictment of ‘the best wee country in the world’. The threat of violence overrides free speech – really? As I have said previously I just hope that a golden opportunity has not already been lost. I have supported Celtic for most of my life (50 next St Patrick’s day); it doesn’t mean that I blindly agree with everything they have done, past or future. Just for the record, no one will be happier than me if PL really is ‘playing a blinder’.


Where now for the Judicial Panel Protocol?
TheBlackKnight TBK says:
September 2, 2012 at 12:35

The Iceman on September 1, 2012 at 22:16

Iceman, you are entitled to your opinion but it’s utter b*llocks!

Until there is something concrete to make comment on, or that directly affects (or threatens) our club, then ‘observed silence’ is the correct route.
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TBK, a tad on the harsh side methinks. You too are entitled to your opinion but…..well you know the rest!


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