Podcast Episode 5 – Hibs Takeover ?

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Ecobhoy says: September 6, 2014 at 1:22 pm &&&&&&& Imran is no different …

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ecobhoy says:
September 6, 2014 at 1:22 pm
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Imran is no different from any of the other beneficiaries of the last twenty years. They all made sure that their own contracts were watertight. Unlike the onerous sort that were agreed for short term gain and long term pain.

Like Ally & Chuckles,Imran believes he has a contract which is enforceable, unlike Ally he appears to have read his.

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Podcast Episode 5 – Hibs Takeover ?
Pay off current debt/board £30/40M
Carry out refurbishment £10M
Pay off onerous contracts £10/15M
Pay off onerous staff £5/6M
Employ non-onerous staff £4M
Build a squad £10M
TOTAL. £70/85M
That you’ll never see again!


Podcast Episode 5 – Hibs Takeover ?
neepheid says:
September 7, 2014 at 9:23 am
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If TRIFC turn up with an underwriter on Tuesday, surely someone will ask where have you been up ’til now?


Podcast Episode 5 – Hibs Takeover ?
The fundamental problem faced by the SMSM is one of perspective. Keevins et all believe that Scottish football ‘needs Rangers’. The standard of football in the top league would be better, money would be spent in Scotland, crowds would increase, TV companies would engage in a bidding war to show four games a year, Celtic would be compelled to spend eye-watering amounts of cash on marquee signings and pay them nose-bleeding wages, it would also make Celtic better!
Keevins is longing for a ‘never-was’ golden era of Scottish football. It may have been for him and his fellow pundits, fed on lamb, drenched in the finest reds, plyed with tales of moonbeams.
The people who really own Rangers see only cash, for a pittance they have land, retail outlets, TM’s and an unquestionning customer base who continue to stump up cash in the mistaken belief that ‘they’ll be back where they belong’.


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justshatered says:
December 23, 2014 at 11:04 pm
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Many football rules are unenforceable. In the sense that you can’t make clubs field their best teams, you can’t make clubs try to win a game, you can’t make players ‘not cheat’, you can’t make officials ‘perform, to the best of their ability, in an impartial way.
When it comes to ownership, the same owner can have more than one horse in the same race, the same garage can have more than one car in F1 races, the same sponsor can be represented by more than one club in the same competition.
Why have rules?
To ensure that the paying public see genuine competition and not the corporately desired, most lucrative outcome. The rules ensure genuine competition.
Ashley owning rangers lock, stock & gazebo has no influence on the integrity of competition.
Why doesn’t he make his move for 30%?
Why doesn’t he underwrite the £8m offer (thereby becoming de facto owner)?
Why did MASH vote against No 9?
Because he’s not an idiot. He wants the schmutter, he’s got it.
The rest is just smoke and mirrors. Nobody knows who owns Ibrox & Murray Park, the SFA can insist on knowing the names of the beneficial owners behind Margherita and Blue Pitch Holdings, why are they so reluctant?
The AGM was a big circus in a very small tent.


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James Doleman says:
December 16, 2014 at 3:01 am
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The penny drops, yet the notion that paying +£750 000 pa to AMcC for managing a ‘Champions League team’goes to the heart of the problem.
If I buy longer trousers it doesn’t make me taller.
Ally didn’t manage a champions league team, he didn’t manage an SPL team, he managed a 3rd division team that couldn’t win the Ramsden’s.
The SMSM has constantly trumpeted the chorus that supporters wouldn’t join ‘the journey’ if The Rangers lived within their means. When Chuck got Ally to sign his unread contract the club were debt free with money in the bank. Two years later they are mortgaged to the hilt and the income stream is a trickle. Yet players, who presumably had a quick shuftie at their contracts, are on five figure weekly wages. At the same time people who receive low five figures per year are receiving redundancy.
A McA’s replacement will be on a vastly reduced wage but they will have an incredibly difficult task.


A spectre is haunting Scottish Football
120 day review highlights rapid burn of cash via onerous contracts
£3.3M raised via share issue
Car park & Eddie House redeemed
Car park & Eddie House rehawked
Nomad bails
Arrests
Accounts detailing Retail arrangements
CW picked up
Redundancies
Ally gives 12 month notice
CW newspaper interview
Palmerston
Players’ Christmas party
Company confirms resignation of manager and return to normal pay
Hacks repeatedly claiming MA will buy club as a European advertising masterstroke.
£12M needed to see out the season
MA & club charged by SFA.

When so many things come together it’s rarely an accident.


A spectre is haunting Scottish Football
I expect Ally will be receiving lots of letters, open and private, reminding him of friendships and favours.
The subtext appears to be that Ally knows where the bodies are and who put them there. It would appear that none of the current regime can afford to provoke Ally, hence the ridiculous 12 notice period.
As for the AGM, MA may decide to underwrite a share issue (with the agreement of the SFA) but will anyone in their right mind take a punt on a diluted share in a company like this? They couldn’t raise £4m at the last one.
My guess is that when the Court turns it’s full glare on sevco etc, the only person smelling of roses will be Craig.


A spectre is haunting Scottish Football
Graham Spiers has resorted to the theory, aired on here some time ago, that Ashley was going to use rangers as an advertising vehicle to promote the expansion of Sports Direct into Europe.
This kind of straw clutching was treated contemptuously by Cosgrove.
If Mike Ashley wanted to promote his brand via rangers why would he close the shop in Belfast?
MA wants to make money. Ally knows that the days of marble, five star hotels, high wages and onerous contracts are over.
This transfer window will be one way. ‘Living within your means’ is the only show in town.


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