SFM – The Next Steps


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SFM – The Next Steps
King: mandate is to get players who could perform in the Premiership, to greatly reduce risk for next season
that worked out so well for them the last time 😛

SFM – The Next Steps
King now saying from a business point of view they are better in the championship for another year

did he not say last month they would be about £8m worse off if they did not get promoted ?

SFM – The Next Steps
mcfc says: Member: (1258 comments) May 26, 2015 at 4:51 pm

The 41 Way Agreement

one of the clubs never voted sevco into the sfl

was it stranraer ?

SFL chief executive David Longmuir confirmed that 29 of the 30 member clubs had voted in favour of allowing Rangers newco into the Scottish League set-up

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Peace – Not War
from the herald article
 and sale of the club by David Murray to Craig Whyte for a quid when a quick google search would have thrown up some doubts about the supposed billionaire who lived in Monaco
did no one at the herald google him before copy and pasting the press releases that he was a real rangers man with money to burn

Peace – Not War
definitely a sarcastic swipe the author of the piece in the record  is a  rangers blogger 
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History, Neighbours and Made Up News
semis are
Morton aberdeen
rangers  celtic

History, Neighbours and Made Up News
GOOSYGOOSYSEPTEMBER 22, 2016 at 17:16       24 Votes 
PADDY MALARKEYSEPTEMBER 22, 2016 at 12:38 Sorry if this has been raised already (slow as well as thick,me) but I’ve just noticed that Aberdeen play St johnstone, a Premiership team, tonight . TRFC played QoS on Tuesday .  Aberdeen play TRFC on Sunday, having {probably/possibly)had a more testing match and having two days less recovery time . How did that happen ?

Whats the problem?The name of the game is to keep funding the establishment clubTRFC will play Morton in the semi and who cares if Celtic face Aberdeen or St JohnstoneThe TRFC ties were decided months ago Just like they always are

Suttons involved in  the draw 
cant see him being involved in any fix to favour a team from Ibrox

Staying On The Problem
OHN CLARKAUGUST 6, 2016 at 18:17 0 0  Rate This 
So, the wee man whose salary we paid via the BBC licence fee, the wee man who dismissed Campbell Ogilvie’s EBT as hardly the cost of a good night out, and who tried, on air, repeatedly to mislead people into thinking that Dave king was not a convicted criminal, has retired!And he bloody well pops up as a guest on off the Ball!Nothing like being looked after by BBC Radio Scotland for toeing the party line loyally, eh, what? While others are not supported for speaking the truth.
He was on Radio Scotlands champions league coverage on weds at Celtic Park  I heard the end of it and he was reporting on the Rodgers news conference after the game 

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