Scottish Football: An Honest Game, Honestly Governed?

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Alan Price says: March 7, 2014 at 11:25 am How …

Comment on Scottish Football: An Honest Game, Honestly Governed? by Angus1983.

Alan Price says:
March 7, 2014 at 11:25 am

How can the ‘possibility’ of repayment define whether the loans were loans?
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It’s legalese, which is all about interpretation. If a sum of money changing hands is a payment, then there is no expectation whatsoever of it being given back (aside from under the Sale Of Goods Act and similar). For example, your salary at the end of the month.

If there is a “possibility” of repayment – and indeed a structure in place that would facilitate such repayment – then payment of that sum of money could reasonably be interpreted as a loan.

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Not got access to full story on Herald website, perhaps someone else has?

I’m wondering particularly what the justification for clearing his name was … that the club did in fact die, perhaps?


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The standout for me in Mr Regan’s announcement was the following:

“To change it very quickly at the last minute would mean an awful lot of last-minute planning and perhaps not being able to deliver the spectacle that we want, in the way that we want to do it.”

What spectacle exactly does he want? I think we can probably guess, which is why they’re doing it the way they want to do it – notably not the way anyone else wants! To get the best possible chance of the desired outcome.

Unfortunately for Mr Regan and his cronies, and despite the dice being loaded, Rangers are quite simply going to take a sound beating off Dundee United.


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Here we go again
There’s no way on earth that says anything about “fxnian cnts”.

“xxx fxckin organise ourselves, shouldnae be xxx” … though you can hear “havin’ a fxckin’ orgasm …” equally well.

Anybody hearing sectarianism in there is absolutely just hearing what they want to hear, though. And only on a Celtic-minded site would there be such in-depth discussion of it, with more than a hint of desperation for it to turn out badly for Sevco.

Interested to note that all pretence of being non-partisan has disappeared from this site.


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In the nicest possible way …

I haven't read posts on this site in any kind of detail for some months, so thought it may be informative to check in and see what fresh new Monitoring of Scottish Fitba was going on.

Imagine my surprise to find that it still definitely isn't a Celtic-facing site and, further, that most posts are still concerned with whether TRFC are a new club or not, with letters from "Angry of Tunbridge Wells" still being fired off to persons who will – without a shadow of a doubt – stamp them "Old Firm Fan" and file them appropriately.

Rangers / TRFC / King / Green / etc will not now be exposed for what they did, no matter how righteous the arguments otherwise. Get over it and move on with your life.

Or – please yourself – continue to strut and fret to an audience which has gradually excused itself, leaving only a mirror behind their vacated seats.

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McInnes's touchline ban for reacting to sectarian abuse.

Who is the winner in this situation? The reputation or integrity of the game? What exactly was McInnes punished for?

Remarkable that Celtic don't seem to be too bothered about the behaviour of a bigoted section of their fans that exclusively led to a victim of abuse being punished.


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B Rodgers: "And if we're talking about a neutral venue then it's certainly not neutral with Hearts having played part of their season there last year."

A true "neutral venue", of course, would have a Celtic End and a Rangers End.

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Possibly, Ally, but only if such activity falls under the auspices of the Takeover Code. I don’t think it would be relevant to other members of the concert party – it’s King that the TOP are targetting.
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I think the ‘red flag to others’ thing, which of course is entirely informal, may affect him more. But, to be honest, probably not that much.


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