THAT Debate, and the Beauty of Hindsight

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From JD tweets: Findlay “None of you gave a thought to …

Comment on THAT Debate, and the Beauty of Hindsight by bordersdon.

From JD tweets:
Findlay “None of you gave a thought to the institution that was Rangers Football Club, nobody cared.”
Findlay “These were the people who were running Rangers Football Club, no wonder it went bust” mentions tax liability and judge intervenes
DF will not be welcome down Govan way using words like these! Court adjourned for the day. Feckin part – timers!

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THAT Debate, and the Beauty of Hindsight
James Doleman‏ @jamesdoleman 6m6 minutes ago More Copy link to TweetEmbed TweetReplying to @jamesdoleman
McGill “If they came out if insolvency that would have preserved the old club.”
Findlay “Let’s not go into all that”
Facts avoidance!


THAT Debate, and the Beauty of Hindsight
Shanks denies club was facing a “financial catastrophy” says ‘club still operating’
Really Mr Shanks??? Notice DF never challenged that statement!


THAT Debate, and the Beauty of Hindsight
                       BallyargusApril 27, 2017 at 08:47
You would think that the trial would be a significant story for Scottish based newspapers. Strange that the Herald, at least its on-line version, has totally ignored it. I couldn’t find any reference to it at all.
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Fairly decent coverage in print edition it has to be said.


Recent Comments by bordersdon

In the Service of Fools
BP @ 10.10

Certainly not. Can you expand a bit?

Just that a post I made at the weekend never appeared. Probably my fault. However no problem now as any sense or context it MAY have had will be lost by now!!


In the Service of Fools
have I been cancelled BP?


Moving On Time?
Scottish clubs face ‘radical change’ as Brexit changes signing rules for EU players – BBC Sport

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Could be a major change! Heading for some kind of points based system although the SFA/SPFL are apparently trying to make the rules different in Scotland. I would imagine Celtic and Rangers* would be looking for a lower threshold than applies to the EPL so that they can continue with the buy low and sell on strategy? My initial thoughts (assuming the rules are GB wide) are:

  1. Home grown talent would get a better chance? and therefor help the National team (I know some on here don’t give a toss about that).
  2. “Might” help narrow the financial gap between the 2 and the rest (if the business model is more difficult to succeed)? and so “might” make the league more competitive.
  3. The 2 would probably find a way round it anyway!!

Interested to hear views.

 

 


Moving On Time?
Timtim 17th December 2020 at 11:59

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Could you provide a link to the source of that so that it can be more easily read? Ta.


Moving On Time?
wottpi 8th December 2020 at 07:53

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Both Austria and Denmark would be expensive guys but a night or so in either would be worth it laugh


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