SFM Podcast #6: Dave King & Oldco


StevieBC 25th September 2015 at 9:16 pm # In one …

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

StevieBC 25th September 2015 at 9:16 pm #

In one of Terry Pratchet’s many funny books called Mort, DEATH TAKES A HOLIDAY.

In modern times ETHICS has retired.

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SFM Podcast #6: Dave King & Oldco
Bayview Gold 25th September 2015 at 9:31 pm #

Through the Looking Glass eh? 🙂

SFM Podcast #6: Dave King & Oldco
Homunculus 25th September 2015 at 1:04 pm #

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.

The infinite monkey theorem states that a monkey hitting keys at random on a typewriter keyboard for an infinite amount of time will almost surely type a given text, such as the complete works of William Shakespeare. However an accurate narrative of Scottish football skulduggery by all our media would take to infinity and beyond.

SFM Podcast #6: Dave King & Oldco
Bayview Gold 25th September 2015 at 3:11 pm #

If I supported TRFC I’d read that and

Recent Comments by Auldheid

Who Is Conning Whom?
The business model of TRFC reminds me of the movie Von Ryans Express.

The train carrying escaping POWS grinds to a halt when some of the rails just ahead have been twisted by a bomb blast.

The clever solution is to lift the rails BEHIND the train and replace the twisted ones in front  with the rails from behind in order to cross the gap and journey on. A neat trick.

The TRFC model differs because the rails behind the rain have been warped by the journey and only the rails ahead are useable.

So the TRFC Express crawls along sending the occupant ahead of the track to fetch the rails about half a season’ length ahead in order to fix the gap just ahead caused by the first time this particular solution was tried.

You can see where this model train is going – nowhere fast, but it will chunter along hoping to find spare rails along the way in UEFA sidings, fuelled by “soft” loans that rivals have no access to. As long as the gap in front does not get too big to bridge, it should work like a model train set going around in circles.
At least it is no longer the tax payer who is fuelling the engine.

Who Is Conning Whom?
For those interested in the SFA Compliance Officer investigation and the hurdles it presents the SFA and why it is taking a while have a look at:

Anderlecht and Hibs will keep adrenaline flowing

Who Is Conning Whom?
upthehoopsDecember 4, 2017 at 18:36 (Edit) In my opinion it is becoming really concerning the number of BBC Journalists who are acting in the way English has here. In some ways it almost appears to be that a type of war has been declared by the public broadcaster.  On one side you have them and a club who will not even speak to them. On the other side you have everyone else who simply wants the truth to be at least acknowledged, instead of suppressed.
Tom does not appear to have accepted the subsequent invitation…
SFM‏ @TheSFMonitor 10h10 hours ago More
SFM Retweeted Tom English
and as we know, the MSM always act when they are provided with information.

Tom English @BBCTomEnglish 10h10 hours agoMore
Some comedy Celtic bloggers dont count, sorry
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Would you like to meet a couple Tom? Should be a laugh. Nothing to fear from two retired Internet comedians. Give us your side of the story.

Who Is Conning Whom?
Easy Jambo 19.20 & 22.34
You devil you. 🙂
I think had that been the line it would have been tried by now.
I hope it is.
Leerdamer or two legged horse springs to mind. 🙂
Full of holes and won’t stand up. 🙂

Who Is Conning Whom?
Res12 did not ask to look at the granting of the UEFA licence, it asked to look at the process as a whole during 2011 (and there is an irony as to  why which suggests karma was watching).
Res12 is still on Celtic PLC’s AGM agenda so Celtic will have a problem with shareholders  if based on the evidence supplied they allow SFA to stick to RFC action only.
If it were billiards it would be a snooker.

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