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I see the guy who lives up the same close as Oldgold and Enkafid has retired for the evening. Possibly tending to some Campbellsmoney-inflicted wounds.
When he comes back tomorrow don’t engage please. Let it pass.

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Paulmac2 says:

May 5, 2014 at 9:15 am sannoffymesssoitizz says:
May 5, 2014 at 2:49 am
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I believe that was the game during a stoppage Tommy Gemmell chased a german player all round the pitch to thump him…
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No that was the away match – and Helmut Haller the recipient of the TG toe-ender.
The Hampden match was a bit frustrating throughout after wee Gerd scored. High point was Bobby Murdoch’s screamer just before the end. I wonder if there is a video of that goal anywhere. Probably my memory has inflated it’s beauty?


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briggsbhoy says:

May 4, 2014 at 8:07 am (Edit)

Ryan, for some reasoon I always thought we lost to Germany in a qualifer for the 66 World Cup but it would seem it was Italy. Interesting that the team everybody else humped we didn’t which has always been a commom feature for scotland IMHO. Another thing I didn’t know was that Stein apparently took over as caretaker manager after our failure to qualify for the World Cup.
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Stein took over as caretaker manager after Ian McColl left – during the 1966 World Cup campaign. Scotland had just two games left, both against Italy, and had to win both to qualify.

They won the first game at Hampden with a John Grieg goal set up as Jim Baxter picked him out on an overlap.
They lost the game that was televised in loads of schools, including my own and DP’s, by three goals to nil.

Stein’s master stroke that day was to play big Ron Yeats (“My God! Look at the size of YOU! You’re a MOUNTAIN!!” © Bill Shankly) at centre-forward.


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Have sent you a mail regarding the Counsel’s Opinion matter. Let me know when you receive it.

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I thought John should have a first look at the advice I have received. Will post later when JC has had a butcher’s.


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TSFM certainly doesn’t have any locus to sue. I think that, as others have said, the value of such a move would be the confidence and credibility we would gain from having counsel back up our viewpoint – or the credibility and humility we would have thrust on us if counsel contradicts our consensus and we publish that regardless 🙂
It would also be good to direct counsel not to simply advise in accordance with our own preconceptions.

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I don’t know the disclosure requirements for AIM, but one thing we have learned from this situation, is that AIM are about as effective a constraint to poor practice as a chocolate teapot, and as vigilant a watchdog as a dead sloth.
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The money changing hands here is not Murray-esque, so although the ‘buy now-pay later’ ethos may be alive and well, the degree is less severe than in the past.

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Subsequent ST renewal money is already £1.5m light due to the loan. Whilst helping with immediate cash flow, that could not justify the recent player acquisitions (which are absolutely necessary to ensure promotion in a league which is more competitive than they could ever have feared), especially given that the quest to recoup some cash by unloading already overpaid players will likely prove fruitless.

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I think I we would be happy to do what you ask. I have absolutely no idea of the cost of such a venture, nor whether or not it would be money wisely spent.
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I don’t know why we are getting all hot and bothered about the Big Production number surrounding the Championship. We are talking about the 2nd, 3rd and 5th best supported teams in the country. The standard of football on offer is secondary to the box office appeal of those clubs.
Can’t blame the TV companies for wanting to sustain their sub levels.


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