Podcast Episode 4 – Turnbull Hutton

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Jack Bauer, my bad. That was a slightly inebriated typo. …

Comment on Podcast Episode 4 – Turnbull Hutton by ratethisthenyabampots.

Jack Bauer, my bad. That was a slightly inebriated typo. Should have been 210 not 120. Just a fluke that it looked like 90 + 30 extra time.

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Podcast Episode 4 – Turnbull Hutton
Whilst these playoffs are what we have all been crying out for, man alive they are flawed. As a Falkirk Bairn, we now face having played 210 minutes v QOS and battled through, we now face the possibility of another 120 mins v Accies who are rested and must be rubbing their hands in glee. All this before a shot at glory v a Premiership team in waiting that may get half the gates from all these games as a parachute payment. Mental. Only in Scotland. Pfft. This is a priority to be reviewed before next season begins.


Podcast Episode 4 – Turnbull Hutton
Ecobhoy, Paul McConville explains the problem with side letters here.

http://scotslawthoughts.wordpress.com/2012/08/07/how-ebts-work-and-how-they-go-wrong-the-melchester-rovers-debacle/


Podcast Episode 4 – Turnbull Hutton
Ianagain, from what I hear, yes. Left in the lurch. Maybe our Phil can confirm/dig.


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Whose assets are they anyway?
Nice to hear the glib and shameless liar’s statement as he sees it today.
“As the one individual who was a major shareholder and director throughout the period that gave rise to the HMRC dispute, and again find myself in a similar capacity, I believe that I am uniquely positioned to make three important observations.
First, irrespective of the final outcome of the tax appeal (which might take several more years) the football team had no advantage from any tax savings from the scheme put in place by the Murray Group. Throughout the period in question the shareholders were committed to providing funding to the Club. The tax scheme may have reduced the need for shareholders to provide higher levels of funding so, as I have tried to make clear in the past, any advantage gained would have been to the company and its shareholders, not the team.”

So, Mr.King is uniquely positioned to pay HMRC his share of the EBT tax bill that in his own words he gained an advantage from. Oh, wait a minute…………..


Spot the difference?
Ok, Let’s take stock. We now know that without the glib and shameless chappy, Scottish football is doomed. If he can turn a loss making business around I can see why the SFA think he’s a fit and proper person. Over to you, the next “Sir Dave”.


Spot the difference?
So swollen hands the health tourist has a swollen kneecap? How strange.


A spectre is haunting Scottish Football
Armageddon? Pfft 🙄

“At the AGM in November it was announced that following the dramatic improvements in the club’s financial position that the club would review its share valuation.”

http://www.falkirkfc.co.uk/?p=9026&utm_source=website+feed&utm_medium=facebook#sthash.cSphnxQz.dpbs


A spectre is haunting Scottish Football
Apologies if already posted.

http://www.thedailymash.co.uk/sport/sport-headlines/mccoist-doomed-to-be-rangers-manager-for-all-eternity-2014121893898


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