Podcast Episode 3 – David Low

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Campbellsmoney says: May 2, 2014 at 2:48 pm Yes, there definitely …

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Campbellsmoney says:
May 2, 2014 at 2:48 pm

Yes, there definitely was a TUPE transfer between Rangers and Sevco, which is why MacGregor, Naismith et al were able to walk away without the new club having any say in it.
However, to be pedantic, the assets and name did no go ‘across’, they were bought by Sevco Scotland.

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Podcast Episode 3 – David Low
Just dropped off the wife and brother-in-law at Dens for the game this afternoon, so hopefully for their sakes (and mine I suppose!) Dundee secure the title.
Should be an interesting and exciting afternoon no matter what happens!


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Who Is Conning Whom?
My post above should, of course, have said David Longmuir, who was head honcho at the SFL, rather than Neil Doncaster! 
However he seems to have taken his huge payoff and disappeared so you’d have to find him first.


Who Is Conning Whom?
HIGHLANDER @19.54
I remember a few years ago on here an old squirrel or two came up with some of their own theories on why Sevco started the cup competitions at the very first hurdle. 
I remember too, Paul McBride famously saying that you could drive a coach and horses through the SFA’s rule book, which he of course did himself. 
The SFL, as it was at the time of Rangers demise, had a more set-in-stone set of rules, particularly in it’s own cup competition, the League Cup. No sign of discretion anywhere, their seeding was based solely on a club’s league position in the previous season. Absolutely impossible therefore, for a club who finished 2nd in the top division not to be seeded.
It’s just a pity that whoever set up the Q&A session with Regan didn’t ask the same questions to Doncaster eh?


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http://etims.net/?p=12184
Interesting article regarding Politechnica Timisoara FC and how the CAS dealt with their claim of being the same club after liquidation.
The similarities between that club and Sevco are striking to say the least.


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CELTIC FC INCORPORATED 1897,
The dead club may well be on the list as the link you posted doesn’t contain all the clubs,  just a select few.


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Reading easyjambo’s post about the Scottish Football Hall of Fame got me thinking that we should have an alternative; the Hall of Infamy.
The problem we’d have though, is that we’d never find a hall big enough anywhere to house all the recipients!


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