Redistribution of Football Income – The Human Dilemma

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Carfins Finest20th September 2015 at 3:06 pm# 0-3 Aberdeen at Hearts …

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Carfins Finest20th September 2015 at 3:06 pm#

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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The sooner TRFC are promoted to the SPL to provide Aberdeen with some much needed competition the better. If Aberdeen go on to win the title in their absence it will surely be worth very little.

On the other hand, winning a first division consisting of largely part-time teams is an achievement worthy of Rangers’ greatest ever manager.

Can I have some :slamb: :slamb: :slamb: now?

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Redistribution of Football Income – The Human Dilemma
ianagain17th September 2015 at 10:04 pm#
See the things people say (very rich people)
No need to go to 2nd hearing:
http://www.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/120730
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This sentence caught my eye:

“The team was forced into the High Court on Monday as a result of failing to pay one month’s PAYE (income tax and national insurance) to HMRC, only for the case to be adjourned until Friday, September 18.”

Whereas some sporting “companies” are allowed to rack up half a year’s worth of PAYE & NI with no action, yet claim to be the victims of some sort of vindictive persecution.


Redistribution of Football Income – The Human Dilemma
Auldheid15th September 2015 at 10:14 pm#

Here is the rebuff to the Ibrox Blogger on the same DR site.
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I’d sooner Celtic fans/bloggers simply ignored the DR and let it wallow in its own bile.

Re their R De Boer effort today, I just love the way they had to emphasise the word ‘NO-ONE’ as if we’d all somehow miss it if it wasn’t in caps.

It’ll not be long till NO-ONE is buying the DR at this rate and will be unable to sustain the handsome wages it currently remunerates its staff with.


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jimbo says:
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September 15, 2015 at 1:19 pm

Jungle Jim et. al.

The article in the DR is their on line blog which appears occasionally. It is not written by any of their staff but a guest fan (blogger). They are given much more freedom to let rip. I have seen one’s by Celtic writers with much the same type of tone.
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You’re completely spot on, but for me it doesn’t deflect from the fact that a national newspaper is turning over it’s site to have this kind of bile published under it’s corporate banner and the public access, exposure and kudos (don’t laugh) which that brings.

As Auldhied says, what the hell are they trying to achieve?

Will they not rest until someone is stabbed in the street?

Have to say, I love that the writer’s point is basically “mind your own business and look after your own club” (nothing to see here)….articulated by pointing out all the things he thinks are wrong Celtic!


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By the way, if the religious dimension had any relevance – which it doesn’t – surely it would be some form of self-loathing type hatred as a majority of fans of all other teams of any religious persuasion are likely to be Protestant too. Just shows how warped and delusional this kind of “thinking” is.


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tayred says:
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August 21, 2015 at 3:08 pm

Apologies MCP – my use of the phrase “dragging down” was wrong. What was actually said was “although this will only bring Celtic down to match other teams level”
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Fair dos TR. 🙂

Agreed re JC. Here be monsters right enough!


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tayred says:

August 21, 2015 at 2:58 pm
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I don’t think we’re so very far apart on the issue of resource allocation as I previously posted I have sympathy with the view that there should be more of an even share both in Scotland and Europe.

As for the “dragging down” – the original poster can speak for himself, but to me you are reading far too much into that statement and seeing what you apparently want to see.

As for John Collins – in your eyes he’s obviously committed some sort of crime, when in the eyes of many others he didn’t actually say anything that Derek McInnes hadn’t said himself other than expressng it in slightly more blunt terms.


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