Podcast Episode 3 – David Low


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I note that Jackie McNamara has received an immediate 3 game dug-out ban after his spat with Tommy Wright. I’m sure that it will only be pure coincidence that the first game of the ban is Saturday’s semi-final.

Even the Jambos suffrin that Celtic paranoia now huh? ❗

Just because im paranoid Dosnt mean im wrong 😉

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Podcast Episode 3 – David Low
indy14 says:
April 9, 2014 at 1:48 pm
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Has anyone considered voting yes on 18 September if for no other reason, to end the speculative debate of Scottish clubs being admitted into another association? I presume teams from an independent country could never be admitted to another country’s association leagues?
Funnily enough I would vote YES in September even if the government guaranteed 100% Celtic would be admitted to the EPL if I voted NO.

I have seen a few commnets re independence on this site and tied into football arguments, Scotland’s independence should not be glibly tied to a game of football, it means way too much for that.
I vote YES for fottball integrity
I vote YES for Football transparency
I vote YES to get rid of Campbell Ogilvie
I vote YES to get rid of Stewart Regan
I vote YES to get rid of Neil Doncaster
I vote YES to this website
And I would be voting YES in September if I was allowed. (I live in Ireland and can’t but I cross everything for a YES because controlling your own countries destiny and the confidence a people gets from its own identity is only enhanced by Independence)
The independent nature of a country would not limit access to other associations, it wouldn’t be any harder, because as a UNITED KINGDOM we can’t see it happening so how would being independent make it any harder??

could we keep the independence debate off this blog please
i thought TSFM was for football not a political platform 🙁

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Where’s Warbo? 

Well he’s in the States according to the inside ibrox daily fanzine 

oh and Warbo may well have been talking to s team or two down south as a bargaining chip if the daily fanzine is to be beilived


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Noticed this at the start of the Herald piece 

Small Tax Case.Here, in his own words, Turner speaks about why he believes not all the facts were put forward when it was determined whether Rangers had gained any sporting advantage during the years which preceded the club being placed into liquidation.

The he last line says it all 
Club being placed in liquidation ??
Was the herald on the some sort of end of season Bounes scheam ?
Which hasn’t been forth coming or something else that has really upset them?

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If the clowns at the SFA do strip Hibs of their rightful EL place 

Would said space not goto the 4th place in the top Leauge of the SPFL. 
As specified that the runners up of the Scottish Cup shall not be awarded a European place 

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TheLawManTHELAWMANMAY 14, 2016 at 08:41 0 4 Rate This
CLUSTERONE – So to my original point, does the above prove that on the “13th July 2012 – Chairmen of Scottish clubs vote to put Rangers in the 3rd Division” as well as my other point which has been challenged “the Chairman voted to put Rangers into the 3rd Division.”Am i going bonkers here ? 10
Yes I think you are ?

The he votes where a request from the SFA/ Hamden bunker 
They first asked the SPL ( a separate Leauge ) to vote if they could take the new entity/club playing out of ibrox into their Leauge 
Then asked the SPFL if it was possible to insert them into their Leauge set up ( preferably into the first division ) which they voted on and allowed them to enter into the third division

The SFA/Hamden bunker made these requests due to fear over sponsorship and profile of the leagues also the fear (rightly or wrongly) that thousands of paying customers would be lost to the game for many years to come 
Armageddon I think was the word they used to describe it 

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I am pleased to see a difference of opinion on the site (brings a freshness to everything ) 

but one question which seems to me to unbalance your argument is 
If Rangers as you say where bought out of administration who or more exactly what is in the process of being liuqedated ? 
I have heard some say it’s a holding company and if this is the case What is the name and when did this holding company aquier RFC?

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