THAT Debate, and the Beauty of Hindsight

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STEVIEBC MAY 8, 2017 at 19:56 =========================== Gotcha, my apologies, you could probably …

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STEVIEBC
MAY 8, 2017 at 19:56
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Gotcha, my apologies, you could probably add that in as well then.

That would possibly mean also adding in the NOMAD resigning and the PLC being de-listed from the stock exchange. Did the major shareholder and chairman not say he had a NOMAD lined up. 

Though if you did that you might have to think about the auditor resigning as well. Though if I remember correctly what was because of abuse / threats from the support.

What about the management team leaving / being sacked and a potential employment tribunal. You should probably wait to see what happens with that one. 

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From that video, can I just point something out.

The club doesn’t pay VAT or PAYE, it hands it over.

VAT and PAYE are collected from customers and employees. So what he is actually saying is that he spent money that wasn’t his, to finance a football club.

That is not the same as being unable to pay tax. 


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EASYJAMBO
MAY 13, 2017 at 11:24

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EJ my reading of it is that Whyte was negotiating to do the deal from late 2010.

It was completed in early May 2011.

The first load of Ticketus money was paid on 9th May 2011, after Whyte had taken over. That deal was with Rangers. 

It included the money already negotiated prior to Whyte buying the shares, and the money Whyte used to partly fund the deal.

The entire deal was with Rangers, because that was who was selling the tickets, whether Murray owned the shares or Whyte doesn’t really matter. It was basically a roll up of the season ticket sales already agreed (with Murray) plus the additional ones being sold (agreed with Whyte).

It was basically all the same deal, between Ticketus and Rangers. 

It’s really surprising how little Rangers knew about it. 


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From Lord Hodge, way back when.

It is probably worth noting it was Rangers doing the deals with Ticketus, even after Whyte took over. 

I believe it is false to think of Rangers / Ticketus and Whyte / Ticketus deals. They were the same thing.

Ticketus operates a business of buying and selling tickets for, among others, sporting events. The two contracts with Ticketus, which I discuss below, in summary involve the sale by Rangers to Ticketus of season tickets and an agency arrangement by which Ticketus is to receive the income flow from the sale of the season tickets. On or about 9 May 2011 Ticketus paid £20,300,912 for the first tranche of the season tickets which covered the seasons 2011-2012, 2012-2013 and 2013-2014. On or about 21 September 2011 Ticketus paid a further £5,075,213 for the second tranche of season tickets, which covered the seasons 2013-2014 and 2014-2015. I am informed that the expected income flow from the sale of the season tickets is likely to represent about 60% of the cash flow of Rangers in those seasons.


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