Launch of SFSA Fans’ Survey

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I have to agree with GOOSYGOOSY here regarding the SFSA. …

Comment on Launch of SFSA Fans’ Survey by gunnerb.

I have to agree with GOOSYGOOSY here regarding the SFSA. I haven’t `joined up’ as I was waiting to see the reaction to whitewash Wednesday. I can understand to a degree the SFSA not wanting to alienate any supporters but they can’t be all things to all men when leadership is required. We are at pivotal moment with regards to  the future of the professional game in Scotland and if the SFSA don’t want to offer anything positive in turns of action or comment then they will quickly prove to be irrelevant. I note that the call has gone out for crowdfunding a judicial review and would be willing to subscribe to such action but it must be coordinated and overseen in the correct manner rather than by well meaning individuals. I will take my lead for this from the SFM and other respected sources.

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Launch of SFSA Fans’ Survey
AULDHEIDJULY 27, 2017 at 21:27

With respect Auldheid I see the “single issue” as the keystone. Deal with this and everything else follows naturally.  The single issue is the unifying force and we have had too many years of softly softly. If the SFSA is the answer then let them at least come out and condemn the cheating. If you believe they are the only game in town then I am saddened by that.


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Rangers chairman Dave King is to appeal against a Court of Session ruling ordering him to make a share offer totalling around £11m.
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Can anybody explain if this is feasible please? EG I always thought one had to ‘seek leave to appeal’ rather than it being an automatic right and further that the appeal must be on a substantive point of law regarding the original decision.


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SMUGAS
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Thanks SMUGAS. I dont know if I would prefer to be creditor or increased shareholder with regard to this company.It looks from the latest at companies house as though the cards will have to be played shortly. All very interesting.


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I seem to recall a moratorium on anyone ever..ever using the stadium as security for a loan. If/when the `soft loan` is converted to equity then is that not kind of the same thing only more wide reaching in its effect ?


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Congratulations to Hearts and their fans who saved the club. They  deserved a result like this and achieved with youth given a chance. No excuses Celtic were never  allowed to play by a determined,  resolute and at times fluent opposition. 


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Sinclair was fouled in the penalty box. He was pulled back..this is not fair contact in a contact sport it is a deliberate attempt to impede/obstruct prevent the player from scoring. It is true that players today exaggerate the effect of such contact but it doesn`t make that contact legal. It wasn`t shoulder to shoulder or fifty fifty it was a clumsy half retracted attempt to stop the players progress. I felt a touch of sympathy for the referee as he would be criticized either way by the pundits. “Oh..I’ve seen them given”..”He’s missed that one” etc. Once the penalty was given then the red card was inevitable as a goal scoring opportunity was denied by the illegal action of the defender who is getting off far too lightly here. He is no more a professional innocent than Sinclair and the outcome was a diminished spectacle for all viewers.


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