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WOTTPI – its relevant to everyone but I feel where …

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WOTTPI – its relevant to everyone but I feel where (and excuse me Ryan no upset intended with the next bit) a liquidated club and history lost, where their identity is being scrutinised, surely the importance of the stadium that secures that identity is crucial in the continuation of the belief that the club remains? I am being genuine here, I really want to understand of the value of (lets use Ibrox) stadia is critical, I feel especially in this example

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Podcast Episode 3 – David Low
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that fairly, sums up my question, the importance of a rental agreement in the rangers saga is crucial to the belief of “continuation”
The need to rent Ibrox if it comes to it I feel is the spivs ace card.
I suppose it’s a wait and see, but Ryan and other fans of the Ibrox club must tread carefully around any future funding and admin that sees the possibility of Ibrox removed from their ownership permanently.


Podcast Episode 3 – David Low
and on another matter, I hope the div 1 final round of games is a brilliant as it is set up to be, Open all mics could be epic today


Podcast Episode 3 – David Low
Hi Ryan, thanks for taking the question for what it was and apologies if you feel I was point scoring I was just using the general language as distinction…my bad on that.
But I meant that as a “new club” the remaining characters of the original club the stadium and the pilgrimage a part.
The problem I see for TRFC is that you have now the stadium as your Mecca, without it you have a real problem, with it you can ‘continue’ Airdrie for example have little to cllng to in my opinion.
I just feel CP anywhere else could be acceptable as long as no liquidation occurs, but it’s about generations I suppose my kids wouldn’t give a monkeys when older if they went to a new stadium elsewhere….


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Scottish teams should just refuse to move dates, sell their own product to their own supporters, let sky populate these times with lower league english football or move premier leage matches to those slots and be done with it, take 8% of revenue back into Scottish footballs hands and share and develop, be progressive, and get rid of Doncaster, he’s a disgrace.


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Evening times sports headlines with pics, 13 yes 13 sevco items 2 Celtic and 1 Hearts……unreal…apparently Warburton will “ignite” scottish football. lovely eh?


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scapaflow says:
March 18, 2015 at 10:5If the football stops, or the support base declines, then the retail business will decline with it. Its a symbiotic relationship.8 pm

Despite rangers retail requiring fans to purchase goods to make money, I would still suggest at this stage it be a more parasitic relationship than symbiotic. I would guess even in a no longer trading TRFC there would still be money to be made from trademarks and suchlike


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Eco, I feel priviliged you read my post even if it provoked such a reaction. I agree the inane bickering about a liquidated club is taking away from the more serious and important work the likes of you do on here.
I stand tall with your ilk and in particular JC for his opinion mirrors mine, the f….cheated pure a simple and they are with institutional help trying to wash away it all and carry on,
not for me
regards
M


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parttimearab says:
February 15, 2015 at 9:06 am
On cats and analogies.
I avoided getting entangled in last night’s little OC/NC outbreak and I won’t now but I’d just like to make a couple of wee observations.
1) What is it with OC/NC that causes the use of endless analogies involving Fido/Trixie/Joey (deceased)? – every time it happens visiting the blog is like taking a wander through a pet cemetery – please find some new analogies.
2) Or better still avoid analogies – they can be used to illustrate an argument but are not arguments in themselves.
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OK hows this?

I have a vegetable patch in which lies a row of Asparagus. very year I receive a welcome and very tasty month or so of now fine spears which are harvested, lightly steamed buttered and eaten.
The location of the spears growth does not change the roots or whatever are permanently located in one area, they have been there a number of years, but the spears, individually tasty and unique are consumed never to return exactly the same, ever again.

for the ON/NC debate it is fair to say rfc 1872 was a woody and probably mostly indigestible spear of asparagus.

TRFC 2012 is a new shoot from the location of the original root. I do not feel however is very palatable. Although some may consider it succulent


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