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HOOPY 7OCTOBER 18, 2016 at 06:57       “Sorry if …

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HOOPY 7OCTOBER 18, 2016 at 06:57

      “Sorry if I have missed it but has anyone expressed a view on the merits of this claim?”
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   He has been charged with fraudulently obtaining Rangers(I.L.), so I would assume that needs dealt with before any claim can be assessed

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EASYJAMBOOCTOBER 23, 2016 at 11:47
BIG PINKOCTOBER 23, 2016 at 12:54
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   Thanks to both. It’s appreciated.
       I have read elsewhere that there were other aspects to the arrangement with regards the true costs involved.     Here, from posters of trust, I know I will get responses based on actualities, rather than imagination or wishful thinking.
   Which really leads me to another poser, and that is of Mike Ashley’s control over retail, and via that, the Ibrox superstore. 
   Closing that, or even isolating it and keeping it open with a subsequent reduction in footfall traffic, may be detrimental to his business. I suppose eyes-on contracts, would really be needed to reach a conclusion as to how that may pan out, but there would appear to be a helluva lot more involved in upping sticks, than merely reaching an appropriate and just level of charge.
    Some intricate negotiation will be required, and 100% transparency of any agreements reached between Sevco, QP, and the SFA should not be a request, but a demand.


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EJ?…. For I think it was thee, who posted the cost to Celtic from the ’95 accounts for Hampden rental. Can you extrapolate from the accounts as to whether there were any other costs to Celtic, such as catering, 
   Did Celtic earn anything from that, or did the SFA keep the pies?, or where there any other “hidden” costs.
   I would look myself, but accounts and I are not bed-fellows 
 
   


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BIG PINKOCTOBER 22, 2016 at 13:30
      My overarching point though, leaving technical nuance aside, is that theft of water is difficult to effect and easy to detect. I just can’t see how it could happen in this situation.
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     Generally speaking it is “accidental”, and really only comes to light with pay per unit methods as opposed to a regular fixed bill.  When water meters began to take precedent, it passed the water loss costs onto the customer, as these are normally installed just inside the owners boundary.  The water companies continue to lose vast amounts of wet stuff on their side of the meter, but that goes “unbilled”. It’s a huge infra-structure failing on behalf of the water companies, and quite shocking. 
   The last time I came across it was in a school, where the increased costs were simply paid by a clerk in the local authority until they became a ridiculous stand out. 
   I believe several businesses operate out of Ibrox, and assume there is a cost share of utilities, either a fixed charge, or sub-metered, and the creep up may have had a seemingly “diluted” increase across the board. 
   But I was merely putting it forward as an explanation for the difference in figures, as I have seen it happen. 
   If for example, the water company merely cut the meter into the pre-existing main on the boundary, (without the owners renewing to the meter)then any losses inside the boundary, even though it may have been the water company’s pipe originally, became the responsibility of the owner, and chargeable. 
   There may be no noticeable increase going through the water companies pumping stations, because the entire system has more leaks than just the bloo room. 
     


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JIMBODECEMBER 29, 2017 at 12:55
I hope the pathways in the approaches to CP are well salted tomorrow.  I read a few weeks ago that the pavements were very icy and dangerous on the way to the ground
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    I think it is covered in the criteria by which a match can take place Jimbo, but I imagine restricted to the actual property boundaries.


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JIMBODECEMBER 28, 2017 at 18:17
So the SPFL have come out and said we can’t afford goal line technology.
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    How much would a phone selotaped to the goalposts really cost?….OK the pinhole camera securely sited in the post or bar, but it shouldn’t run to mega bucks. 
    Interesting reading this past wee while. I wish you all a very happy and healthy new year. 


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    Would it have been less embarrassing for the Sevco statement to merely have iterated. “Sorry, but we’re skint!”


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DBD….Don’t you want to discover who killed your club and how?. (Because the simple fact you dismiss, is that Yes!..It did die !) Don’t you want to know who assisted them, have them exposed, and removed from office, or prosecuted if warranted?. Don’t you want rules, and governance to prevent it happening again?
   No need for a glass door to see some folk coming.


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   I hear Sevco will be sending out a strong message at the AGM

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