The Case for a New SFA.

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The Case for a New SFA.
I’m rather curious about Mr. Warburton’s appeals for protection for not just his ‘flair’ players, but also every other teams.

With respect (to use one of your favourite phrases) Mark, that wouldn’t be an open  criticism of the wielders of the Acme Thunderers, as that’s against SFA regulations? 

I wonder if the Compliance Officer watches STV?


The Case for a New SFA.
Legally, can RIFC ‘compulsorily purchase’ shares from parties that they simply don’t like (or don’t support the current regime)? How else do they disenfranchise these shareholders?

Is trying to unite the fans’ groups (and their money) under one banner a tacit admission that they simply cannot raise funds elsewhere & the rank & file fans are their last resort?

And finally, did last night provide the QED of the Collins Conundrum?


The Case for a New SFA.
Cygnus X2 15th October 2015 at 5:17 pm #So. just for laughs…
The companies go down the swanny (ie?)
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That would be the Suwanee (or Suwannee) River in Southern Georgia/Northern Florida.

There’s two famous songs that include its (mispelt) name in their lyrics; ‘The Old Folks At Home’ by Stephen Foster & ‘Swanee’ by I. Caesar & G. Gershwin, the latter made famous by Al Jolson. 


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THAT Debate, and the Beauty of Hindsight
UPTHEHOOPS

MAY 3, 2017 at 07:20        

Just watching a clip from Sky Sports where Davie Provan was asked what would it take for Rangers to close the gap on Celtic. “Hard cash”, was his answer, but no insight as to where it will come from. Just like Walter Smith, Ally McCoist, Willie Henderson etc.

I wonder why people are scared to point out Rangers were never really rich, that they just had a very friendly bank, then adopted very dodgy tax avoidance practices…
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I suspect the only time that any form of Rangers had ‘hard cash’ in the last thirty years was in the immediate aftermath of Chuck’s IPO.

I wonder what happened to it?


THAT Debate, and the Beauty of Hindsight
I noticed a link to this article elsewhere & I think it’s worth sharing:

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/04/26/sports/soccer/cybernetics-cesarean-sections-and-soccers-most-magnificent-mind.html?ref=oembed&_r=0


THAT Debate, and the Beauty of Hindsight
HOMUNCULUS

MAY 1, 2017 at 10:50        
One can often gauge what the current popular view is by reading the scribblings in the daily record. In particular those of Keith Jackson…
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You have to remember that the Monday morning ‘Keich By Keith’ is an ‘opinion’ piece, rather than reportage.

His opinion, going by today’s column, is rather confused.


THAT Debate, and the Beauty of Hindsight
I read Ewen Murray’s report last evening. It’s a decent piece, particularly when compared to BBC Scotland’s on-line match report. However, like many, he’s in denial or ignorance about the songbook. The BTL comments are worth reading as well.


THAT Debate, and the Beauty of Hindsight
Thanks to those who replied to my query of 1704 yesterday.

Without prejudice, I’ll just leave this here.

I’m sure the majority of readers can work out what I mean.


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