Redistribution of Football Income – The Human Dilemma


0-3 Aberdeen at Hearts HT. Surely the dominance of Aberdeen …

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0-3 Aberdeen at Hearts HT. Surely the dominance of Aberdeen FC from the start of the season cannot be good for Scottish Football.

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Redistribution of Football Income – The Human Dilemma
‘He became at the time the club’s second-biggest shareholder through his stake in Murray Sports, Rangers’ parent company’
So did the Football Club have a parent company AND a holding company? Is this possible?

Redistribution of Football Income – The Human Dilemma
I see Mr King is thanking Celtic for signing Scott Alan and weakening their biggest rival. All a cunning plan from TRFC. What he really means is we did not and do not have any money for transfers and have been made to look really silly here but Hibs started it….

Redistribution of Football Income – The Human Dilemma
upthehoops says:

September 6, 2015 at 3:02 pm

Carfins Finest says:
September 6, 2015 at 9:18 am
So what happens now re the withcalling of a player from International duty to play a league game. Should this not have been addressed beforehand and the rule breaking avoided? Or will it be a case of sweep sweep again

The SFA’s answer is Raith Rovers were given dispensation to do the same with their player. Apparently they would have had to fund his return home themselves. They elected not to do so for whatever reason.

Personally I don’t get why Rangers were so keen on Ryan Hardie returning anyway. Right now they could surely have won without him. I suspect it may have been a case of trying to make the SFA refuse them something with subsequent rage among the bears. Just my opinion of course.
This does not alter the fact that a rule was indeed broken. Offering the opportunity for the opposition to break the same rule to even things up is just childish. By that measure you can play an ineligible player so long as your opposition is offered the opportunity to do the same whether they decide to take up the chance to do so is neither here nor there. The lunatics really have taken over the asylum.

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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.
So how many programmes do you think were sold to a 50.000 crowd especially knowing that £1.00 from each sale was going to their favourite charity? 1000,2000,5000? I am sure you can have a reasonable guess.
Bucket collections at a venue this size would normally generate around £10,000 alone.
Merchandise sales generating around £4000 is not out of the question.
So. Whilst every penny sent to the hospital will be gladly accepted I am afraid I cannot for the life of me see how so little could have been raised by so many for so few.

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Looks like the gloves are off. Celtic Statement today.

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Andrew Black‏ @BBCAndrewBlackSir David says it was about being able to buy players which they may not have had the money to buy otherwise

James Doleman‏ @jamesdolemanMurray on EBTs: “Gave us the opportunity to get players we otherwise couldn’t afford”

Note the subtle difference in the wording By the BBC Reporter and James Doleman.

May not have the money versus ‘Couldn’t afford’.
James seems to be quoting verbatim whilst the BBC guy is adding in his own words.

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Good Morning all. Haven’t been on here for a while but recently noticed that the revelation of the Sevco v Celtic match date post split had been announced. I wondered if, Like me, anyone found this rather peculiar? Why release this date until all qualifiers were finalised. No other dates arranged yet. Was there a desperate need to let someone know that a decent sized cheque would be in the post at around that time? Someone somewhere needed financial comforting. The line about giving Scotland’s Finest plenty of notice is just hogwash regurgitated by the usual suspects. So who/what needed to know that payday was around the corner? UEFA maybe? I am just guessing at the reasons for this anomaly but I am sure the guys on here will be able to put my troubled soul to rest on this matter. 
Sorry in advance if this has indeed been covered.

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