SFM Podcast #6: Dave King & Oldco

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“The club went into administration and subsequent forced liquidation by …

Comment on SFM Podcast #6: Dave King & Oldco by Homunculus.

“The club went into administration and subsequent forced liquidation by HMRC over a “phantom” £80million tax bill, The club were later cleared of having ever owed the taxman.”

I know people are rightly annoyed about this nonsense. As several people have pointed out Rangers had admitted to failing to pay millions in tax, both from the wee tax case and the admitted stealing of PAYE, NI and VAT. ( say stealing because this is money they had collected from employees and customers. They had it and it wasn’t theirs, but they spent it anyway).

However can we also consider this, in the same para. “The club went into administration and subsequent forced liquidation …”

The man doesn’t get everything wrong. Not a holding company, not some other myth. The club is in liquidation.

I suppose if you throw enough words at a piece of a paper you are bound to get something right. Even if only by accident.

Homunculus Also Commented

SFM Podcast #6: Dave King & Oldco
One thing which confuses me, if BDO thought that they could “repatriate” (if you know what I mean) the assets, for the benefit of the creditors why have they not tried to do it.

Or, have their investigations uncovered evidence, which they then passed to the Police, for the current ongoing action. If so are BDO holding back because of the ongoing criminal cases.


SFM Podcast #6: Dave King & Oldco
Sorry, missed the edit window.

He goes on to say

“The club’s assets were bought by Green’s Sevco company”

Correct, not the club, it’s assets.


SFM Podcast #6: Dave King & Oldco
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