The Continuing Voyage of Scottish Football – and the Wrath of Khan

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I never thought it would come to this,ever, I still …

Comment on The Continuing Voyage of Scottish Football – and the Wrath of Khan by tic6709.

I never thought it would come to this,ever, I still cant believe i’m going to say it,well here goes,
good luck Hearts,and Motherwell too. No,dont feel any better,but it had to be done.

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The Continuing Voyage of Scottish Football – and the Wrath of Khan
I dont know if re-construction of the League will be shoehorned in very easily next year.There was an awful lot of genuine anger about Regan and Donkey’s attempts to firstly put Sevco into the SPL,and then putting the onus on the SFL chairmen to admit them into the lower tier,thereby passing the buck.
The chairmen are not stupid,it will be more beneficial to them for Sevco to climb up the leagues than have them put straight into div 1. So Yorkie and whoever else is involved might just have to wait a wee while longer. Good.


The Continuing Voyage of Scottish Football – and the Wrath of Khan
campsiejoe says:

August 22, 2012 at 21:00

From the work done on here today, it would appear that Charlie is a very quick learner
On the surface it seems that he is already embarking on a scam very similar to Minty’s JJB deal
It does not bode well for the future
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By the look of all the directorships that Yorkie has it seems as if every revenue stream flows back to him,one way or the other.


The Continuing Voyage of Scottish Football – and the Wrath of Khan
Torrevieja Johnbhoy says:

August 22, 2012 at 20:42

Tic 6709 says:
August 22, 2012 at 20:38

Allyjambo Taxpayer @19.50.
You could well be right Ally,the man I spoke to could not break it down exactly,it was his comment that it was 10p a min.because they probably had extensions running from the main line,although judging from the complaints of not being able to get through there cant be many of them in the portacabin.Like you I dont think they are being altruistic,that would be totally against the grain (celtic included).
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Some posters on KDS saying they’ve heard of some bills being over £50.

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Just backs up what Allyjambo and i believe,£50 eh, aye Yorkie is all for the fans alright,and now he’s telling them to buy the new merchandise because the money will be ploughed back into the club,you could not make this stuff up.Talk about a captive audience.Is there such a thing as mass hypnosis ?.


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vmungoboy says:

August 12, 2014 at 11:35 am

It seems that Phil’s latest piece about Sunday night’s Ibrox board meeting and the alleged McCoist outburst in public has been removed from his site.
Raw nerves being touched and m’Learned Friends instructed
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I’ve just read it again,on his site.


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mungoboy says:

August 1, 2014 at 12:38 pm
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Cheers mungoboy.


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mungoboy.

Is it just me or does anyone else REALLY miss the posts and contributions from our old friend Eco?
If you’re lurking, Eco, which I suspect you do, then please join us again.
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I was going to ask the other day but was a bit worried in case there had been bad news and I had missed it.
I concur with mungoboy, Eco get yourself back here.


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A Tall Monitor.@ 9.40am.
Never mind the shenanigans going on in Ibrox, the bottom line surely is that, irrespective of the fact that there is a company (any company) operating a football club, the primary business of the company (and, in reality, the reason for the company’s existence) is football and that is why the company exists. Why then should the company legally, morally and legitimately be allowed to say that the football club is at arm’s length from the company and therefore not liable when the operation of that football club runs into financial difficulties, for whatever reason?
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Perfect summary.


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vGiovanni says:

July 18, 2014 at 10:47 am
I understand that when the Rugby Sevens kick off next Saturday we are going to see a gleaming Ibrox Stadium courtesy of the Commonwealth Games. State Aid anyone.
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