Reforming Scottish football – some initial questions

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Jimbo milligan says: August 24, 2012 at 23:14 ==================================================================== 13.7 Premier Property Group 13.8 …

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jimbo milligan says:
August 24, 2012 at 23:14
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13.7 Premier Property Group
13.8 Close Leasing
Both the above companies appear to still have security over some of the assets but
Mr Whitehouse, despite many months of very long lunches with colleagues, has been unable to establish the exact quantum of the liability.

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Reforming Scottish football – some initial questions
easyJambo says:
August 24, 2012 at 20:40
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And here………

Never A Penalty!

Insomniac says:
05/07/2012 at 1:38 pm

corsica says:
05/07/2012 at 10:32 am

For those of you searching…

Forget the connection with Lagardere – anything there is entirely coincidental.

Suggest that you focus on Formation Group (which bought Paul Stretford’s group, not the other way round), Morpheus and Alessandro Celano.

Charles Green was chair at Formation Group until February. It is run by an Irish (Limerick?) family which seems to have substantial private, offshore wealth (not sure how much) and has diversified and contracted quite alarmingly over past five years or so whilst Green was in charge.
Morpheus is interesting because Ellis has mentioned them a few times in other contexts – I can’t recall if he knows them or is involved or just wanted to get in on their act.
I’ve never heard of Celano and nobody I know has dug up anything on him.

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corsica – can you review the overnight postings (summarised below) and comment? It might save someone a little time if some of this stuff can be confirmed or eliminated from enquiries.Thank you!

Blue Pitch Holdings……..Alessandro Celano……..Orchadia SA…….Naqvi Arif Masood.

http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=152102554&pid=59694121&authType=name&authToken=xx2c&trk=pbmap
http://www.moneyhouse.ch/en/u/v/orchadia_sa_CH-660.1.902.009-5.htm

Alessandro Celano is a director of 1508 London ltd, which has connections with a company called Morpheus Developements, a property developement firm albeit in the luxury end of the market. However on of 1508 London’s directors, Alexandra de Blonay, is also a director of a firm called Morpheus 1508. Who have a Giles Alexander Green listed as a director. Not 100% sure he’s the son of Charles Alexander Green but it’s a fair bet.

Masood alleged to have connections with Asif Ali Zardari


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Not all journalists are in the NUJ, and not all NUJ members automatically get accreditation. The qualifying conditions are on the NUJ website – and given the nature of most of your work, BP, I think you might  have a reasonable case.
I would imagine the branch meetings would be pretty frosty though; freelances are a famously miserable lot.
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