Comment on Launch of SFSA Fans’ Survey by Jimmy Bones.
From the BBC:
” Scottish Professional Football League chief executive Neil Doncaster says the governing body will meet fans with views on their handling of Rangers’ use of Employee Benefit Trusts.”
Will anyone be taking Doncaster up on this?
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Launch of SFSA Fans’ Survey
AuldHeid at 17:11
Yes, very sensible but time to move forward.
In light of AllyJambo’s post earlier today (https://goo.gl/mw6rJF) it appears to me that waiting for the SC result on EBT’s was a stalling tactic. If CFC are going to act, could their PR people please hijack the agenda, say what they are considering and when they expect to act. PLEASE.
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AJ at 17:23
On the PSC, loans to equity discussion – very interesting indeed, all of the posts. Your last post caused a penny to drop. The guys with the loans outstanding have the power to call them in; once these are converted to equity that power has gone. Is it now a case on the RIFC board that if one is in all are in – that is, either they all convert to equity or no-one converts to equity.
A sort of suicide pact ?
Who Is Conning Whom?
John Clark today 09:57
Wonderful stuff JC – where would we be without you.
Who Is Conning Whom?
There is much to properly discuss & review on the blog – DK’s proposed share issue, DK’s insistence that McInnes will be the next manager – who will pay the compensation ?, the transfer war chest, honest mistakes. The blog’s reluctance to remove this troll is discouraging proper comment & conversation on these & other issues.
Perhaps this is what Jabba (I mean EB) is trying to do.
PLEASE STOP HIM NOW !!
Time to Ditch the Geek Show
Well said Ernie at 12:26.
Allardyce is more of the same + an admitted cheat as well. The fact that Mackay & Allardyce are even being mentioned for this role sickens me and shows up the SMSM and SFA for what they are – corrupt cheats.
Time to Make Things Happen
I tend to agree that this is going nowhere at the moment and perhaps standard letters would be a way forward. The question remains though – which organisation would we force to act. The SFA, SPFL, SMSM and all the Scottish football clubs are too committed and bound in to their version of the story. The other choices are UEFA, FIFA but to me these are both so corrupted that no number of letters is likely to impact them.
Parliamentary committees at Holyrood and/or Westminster are a possible route as are Scottish Sport who I understand direct public funds into football through the SFA. Other suggestions are welcome.
I would be happy to commit some time + effort to this type of campaign.