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Rumours circulating on Twitter that Mr Whyte’s comeback is scheduled …

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Rumours circulating on Twitter that Mr Whyte’s comeback is scheduled for around 07 Feb 2014. suggestions that he is making a move to secure the assets that he believes are owned by Sevco 5088 – indeed he could move to start a seperate version of the club.

Is anyone else hearing anything – has anything appeared on the Court rolls yet that may suggest such a return?

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Tomo blog now up:
http://blogs.channel4.com/alex-thomsons-view/


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The OG Rafferty posts on CQN are really interesting:
http://www.celticquicknews.co.uk/?p=14598&cpage=2#comments

From what I can gather, TGEF may be making a move on his claim over the assets before the club/company goes bust – as its game over for Whyte if an admin or lquidation event puts the assets outwith the reach of his claim.

Perhaps the Spivs were in a race to bust the club/company as a defence against TGEF progressing the claim?


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Tweet exchange with Alex Tomo

czm‏@czm32h
@alextomo Do the lawyers need to clear?

12:48 PM – 29 Jan 2014 · Details

alex thomson‏@alextomo1h
@czm3 of course

Sounds as if the blog is in the lap of the lawyers at the moment. Hopefully publication soon.


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torrejohnbhoy(@johnbhoy1958)October 12, 2016 at 10:15

Morning all, Can you help me with this,Having a wee debate with a TRFC supporting pal wrt EBTs.I know BDO have been granted leave to appeal to the Supreme Court but have they actually done so?. If not is there a time limit they must adhere to.?.I understand that if no appeal is forthcoming then COS decision stands.


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