Comment on The Existence of Laws by Sugar Daddy.
June 12, 2013 at 7:40 pm
Agree some of it is interesting. The licence issue is topical given Gregory Ioannidis (@LawTop20) tweets re Greek FA.
The GT letter on going concern was stinging but many on RTC/here surmised at the time that would be the reason for the delay in accounts. The same can be said for just about everything posted by CF.
For someone stating “Seek Truth”, Charlotte underwhelms.
If anyone on here had all those documents, they would be categorised, clear subjects identified and the most relevant & damning posted in order.
Charlotte is either not very good at “seeking truth” or is stringing us along with just enough titbits to get the posts going but who from the spivs, D&P, SFA, SPL, SFL, RFC (IL) or TRFC has been caught bang to rights up to no good?
And I rather suspect it will stay that way.
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I’ve stayed out of commenting on CF’s leaks thus far, but I’ve had enough.
Right on cue, Charlotte arrives with another confirmation of something mundane we already knew, was printed in every newspaper, was on every website and we all knew it came from Traynor.
Thousands of documents? Ok, why pick this latest piece if unimportant tosh?
I believe CF to be nothing more than 1) an exercise in trying to “restore” whatever credibility CW had (a pointless exercise in my book as whatever is revealed from now on, he is damaged goods) and 2) putting additional pressure on Sevco to cough up some hush money.
If CW has a strong case that he was swindled and it is backed by QC advice then lodge the court papers.
The real story, as many of you have already mentioned, is how much cash do Sevco have and how much are they losing per month. Got anything on that Charlotte?
Charlotte, put up or shut up.
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De-lurking to ensure set up on the new site.
Charlotte’s been a busy and maybe a naughty girl too.
Still no smoking gun.
All quiet on MSM front, no surprise there.
Ibrox firmly in the grip of spivs
No cost cutting
Cash running out
Bears buried in sand
SFA hiding in their Hampden bunker
All is well. Re-lurk.
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Podcast Episode 4 – Turnbull Hutton
The Ibrox 72 Trust not a trust but a company thingy is all hot air. The RIFC board has stated categorically they will not hand over security. Not a penny is going to be taken from anyone’s bank account. It is but a scare tactic to try and unite Rangers fans and put pressure on the board.
The board will have already worked out how much money it needs to get to game 1 of next season. If the statements in court are to be believed the shareholders will pony up the cash thus calling the bluff of DK as fans will want to watch their team. Perhaps less than 38,000 ST holders but enough to keep the lights on awhile longer.
That would move things back onto the path of settling matters either through an insolvency event or a company sale.
In short it’s a complete waste of time.
Man City has also been restricted to 21 players not 25 players in their UCL squad next year.
How many did they use in the last campaign?
Not really a punishment at all is it?
That Ally took the path of least resistance is undeniable. He fulfilled his brief. That too is undeniable.
However, had he taken more than 30 seconds to think of a 3yr plan it could’ve been easily done on half the budget without upsetting the ST buyers. Some decent Championship players plus kids & those that TUPE’d would’ve been more than enough. The MSM drool upon every his every utterance, so a few well placed stories on best in class scouting & coaching programmes was all it would’ve taken. He could genuinely have given TRFC something of value. Boy, could they do with that right now.
Smugas, you are right as TRFC are now between a rock and a hard place and they have been put there by McCoist. Sure, he wasn’t to know what Green & Co were really up to but he must have guessed pretty quickly, after all we did.
The biggest open goal of his life and McCoist missed it.
McCoist has had 2 full seasons against part timers. He had £14m. He could’ve set up a scouting network to find better players, he did not. He could’ve employed the best youth coaches, he did not. He could’ve hired a DoF to help him do the above. He did not. He didnt think about the future, he didnt think about building Rangers up. He just blew the lot on average players. His victories are hollow. History, even if bought by another Yorkshireman, will not be kind on his coaching ability.
As for Templeton’s value – take a look at this. The answer to your request is clearly yes.
Podcast Episode 3 – David Low
The lack of any football strategy at Ibrox since the summer of 2012 is all too apparent. From the “crap manager” quote from Craig Whyte to the Charles Green “like asking a woman if she has enough shoes”, Ally McCoist failed completely to make use of the copious funds at his disposal to build any strategic direction for the club.
I, along with many others on here, believe that several large shareholders in RIFC have no interest in the football side at Ibrox. They want a return on their investment. How that happens, they don’t care.
I agree that the Gers support has “woken up” but it has as much strategic direction as the football side. DK/RG is the only show in town. It sounds like a plan so its a bandwagon to jump on just like the Blue Knights v1.0 & 2.0. Saves any hard thinking.
The flaw in the plan is the core belief that everyone involved at Ibrox, deep down, wants or needs a successful Rangers football team. If the shareholders own Murray Park and Ibrox, simply, they don’t. It can become a property play. This will become apparent all too soon if the DK/RG trust fatally wounds TRFC.
The squad, Wallace aside, is worth next to nothing. Its going to need further investment if they are to get out of the Championship at the first time of asking. Ally appears to be lining up an expensive Dad’s Army, Back to the Future, plan for someone to fund.
Right now I bet Dave King is cursing Ally for all his worth that there isn’t a team chock full of young talent playing skilful, attractive football. At least then he wouldn’t be faced with a large players’ wage bill along with any rental agreement Laxey & co might prepare.
A staggering £67m and counting, failure – all at the feet of club legend Ally McCoist.