Comment on Podcast Episode 5 – Hibs Takeover ? by magicroundabout.
If onerous contracts need to be ended, there are limited options available. This handy list for small businesses was put forward by the NSW Govt. I know Scots Law is not completely identical but some guidance like this earlier in the day might have saved Mr Wallace some heartache.
Podcast Episode 5 – Hibs Takeover ?
Facilities Management,especially if despite taking payment, the facility itself remains distinctly unmanaged. Not being a regular attender I cannot vouch for the physical deterioration that has been discussed but it would seem to be at least a contender.
On Grounds for Judicial Review
A return to the ultra defensive style which brought Mark de Vries four goals in a 5-1 win in his home debut would be very much welcomed. As would the losing 2 Derbys out of 14 and qualifying for the group stages of the Europa League. I had hoped that Ian Cathro would be a success and that Hearts implementing the DoF model would be a positive influence in the Scottish game making up some of the ground it appears to have lost in recent years. Given that this has not happens it is always good to have some sort of contingency plan in place.
History, Neighbours and Made Up News
“I don’t know f the Jambos guys will be in accord , but I thought Willie Collum had a very good game yesterday, best performance I’ve seen from him .”
That seems to be the consensus view. That it is treated as an earthshattering event probably reflects how abysmal his normal level of performance is.
.. and they wonder why nobody buys papers
Quite interesting that Mr Warburton is making comments about the lack of travel to foreign climes by young Scottish players. His own Jason Holt was on loan at Sheffield United when he was unable to command a regular starting place in Robbie Nielsons Championship winning side. Jordan McGhee has taken the same approach this season.
John Clark Meets “The SFA”
jimbo 28th January 2016 at 4:00 pm #
“Tony, I wasn’t asked for my address.”
I know that a petition carried out in Swindon regarding the Future of Lydiard House and Park was ignored by Swindon Borough Council despite the large number of signatories. Their rationale for this was that it did not comply with some rule / standard / regulation requiring an address rather than just a postcode.
Whose assets are they anyway?
“Earnest young chap” Ernst Young, chap. Now that’s a toughie.