Scottish Football Administration in the 21st Century

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Ecobhoy says: (2017) October 18, 2013 at 9:35 pm ======================= Well …

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ecobhoy says: (2017)

October 18, 2013 at 9:35 pm
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Well said ecobhoy.

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Angus1983 says: (1172)

October 18, 2013 at 8:57 am

I wonder if I could get a job at Ibrox? I could do with a castle.

The successful large-scale manipulation of the blind “loyalty” of bears is utterly baffling. Their inability to accept the blatantly obvious, enormous draining of their club really does beggar belief.

Amazing.
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Squiggle says: (103)

October 17, 2013 at 7:57 pm

So, any thoughts on why the squirrel’s out and about tonight?
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Gathering nuts ?.


Scottish Football Administration in the 21st Century
Anybody who has read any of my posts on the matter know what I think of Sevco.
I am in regular contact with friends who are ST holders,and a few of the old band of brothers who went to ALL of Celtic’s games,we are scattered far and wide now,but not one of us want a return of the so called Old Firm.
We have all been through riots,police intimidation and discrimination and don’t think the new generation, that will soon be the backbone of the club,deserve to be faced with everything we went through in our lives.
We have to use our experiences to make sure they can go to a match where sectarian bigotry is not an accepted part of their day out.


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vmungoboy says:

August 12, 2014 at 11:35 am

It seems that Phil’s latest piece about Sunday night’s Ibrox board meeting and the alleged McCoist outburst in public has been removed from his site.
Raw nerves being touched and m’Learned Friends instructed
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I’ve just read it again,on his site.


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mungoboy says:

August 1, 2014 at 12:38 pm
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Cheers mungoboy.


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mungoboy.

Is it just me or does anyone else REALLY miss the posts and contributions from our old friend Eco?
If you’re lurking, Eco, which I suspect you do, then please join us again.
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I was going to ask the other day but was a bit worried in case there had been bad news and I had missed it.
I concur with mungoboy, Eco get yourself back here.


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A Tall Monitor.@ 9.40am.
Never mind the shenanigans going on in Ibrox, the bottom line surely is that, irrespective of the fact that there is a company (any company) operating a football club, the primary business of the company (and, in reality, the reason for the company’s existence) is football and that is why the company exists. Why then should the company legally, morally and legitimately be allowed to say that the football club is at arm’s length from the company and therefore not liable when the operation of that football club runs into financial difficulties, for whatever reason?
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Perfect summary.


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vGiovanni says:

July 18, 2014 at 10:47 am
I understand that when the Rugby Sevens kick off next Saturday we are going to see a gleaming Ibrox Stadium courtesy of the Commonwealth Games. State Aid anyone.
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