Podcast Episode 5 – Hibs Takeover ?

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Ryan let me say firstly that I really do understand your pain having been through something similar in the 90’s with my Club.I, like you, and I suspect most of the contributors on this site have not lifted a copy of any daily paper for a very very long time. I feel a lot more informed since getting my information from sites such as this. Posters like your good self are the lifeblood of TSFM and I firmly believe that if we can get TRFC fans to buy into TSFM and its ethos then we may have a large enough fanbase to actually get the current seat warmers in the SFA to piss or get off the pot so to speak.

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Football circles, with a massive support and a plus to thebScottish economy is worth saving.’

How is a football club or indeed any other business a plus to the economy when they are constantly begging for money?

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Good evening all. Haven’t written here in a while but still follow avidly for any morsel of information that the SMSM seem to ignore but SFM always seems to find interesting enough to initiate debate. I am compelled to write this evening as I have just seen that TRFC Military Charity day raised the sum of £4800 for a local veterans hospital.
Now. The episode that I find hardest to swallow throughout all the shenanigans at Ibrox was the re directing of the charity funds raised when a charity game between TRFC and AC Milan was arranged. The proceeds were to be split evenly after expenses were deducted. However someone at Ibrox decided that the club/company were more in need of the funds and so the money was ‘redirected’. Utterly disgusting episode and although condemned by the charities commission etc. the funds were never properly dispersed.
So to todays wonderful news of the money raised recently. I find it really hard to digest that £4800 pounds were raised from a crowd of almost 50’000 fans. If you bear in mind that there was a £1.00 added to the programme price hat was to go directly to the charity. There was also a bucket collection on the day plus the sale of charity merchandise.
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