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If Mr Patey, the goto accountancy expert for all things …

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If Mr Patey, the goto accountancy expert for all things Govan, has expressed anything other than extreme positivity regarding these accounts, then they are doomed, I tell you, doomed!

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BartinMain says:
October 3, 2013 at 9:27 pm

This blog is largely populated by bores and insufferable back slappers. Despite that, I frequent it nearly every day, but it’s a hard job wading through the sycophancy.
Are you sure you aren’t Goldstein? That same magic mixture of arrogance and condescension.

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Tif Finn says:
October 3, 2013 at 8:20 pm

He had links with Craig Whyte, of that there is no doubt.

If they are suggesting that an internal “investigation” has disproven said links then they are sadly mistaken.
The internal investigation “proved” absolutely nothing. What is said by RIFC is that it “found no evidence” of a link, or some such wording. That is hardly surprising, since I seem to recall (and correct me if I’m wrong) that Green, Ahmed and Whyte all refused to be interviewed or give evidence to the investigation. Heh Ho, another £600k of the IPO cash down the pan. Easy come, easy go. 🙄

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nickmcguinness says:
October 3, 2013 at 4:49 pm
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Goldstein: “Something a lot of you overlooked more than once. Craig Whyte had his own receiver involved in the relevant transactions, as was his right in regards to his security. Let me advise some of you to pay better attention to the Law on floating charges and securities, I mentioned this before. I’m surprised nobody has ever looked into this, and I mean nobody.”


With that comment our friend Goldstein has gone from verbose, esoteric and mildly interesting to an uninformed, patronising pillock.

In my view, Goldstein acquired that status last night with his frankly ludicrous comments on the novation from Sevco5088 to Sevco Scotland. There is some strange quirk of character in me that resents being lectured to by somebody who clearly doesn’t know what he’s talking about.

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The Case for a New SFA.
Warburton recruits another of the Brentford backroom boys-

Looks like “Moneyball” is coming to Scotland with this one. And is there anyone left at Brentford- apart from former Ibrox Wonderkid Lewis Macleod?

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Just saw this after my previous post. It sort of ties in with my own thoughts on where this is going.

Scottish Football: An Honest Game, Honestly Governed?
I see that the RIFC share price has been on an upward trend for a few weeks now, it has reached 30p today from a low of 24p, admittedly on thin trading.

Am I being too cynical in thinking that the share price reflects the improved chances of RIFC getting rid of TRFC once and for all, while retaining the properties? If that can be done, and soon, then the shares look cheap at 30p. If it isn’t done, then all the future holds for the shares is dilution, as cash calls are made to keep TRFC afloat.

I think the market believes the football side is about to be ditched. I can’t make sense of a rising share price otherwise.

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The Wallace statement just confirms for me that in business terms he is a lightweight, and that he is totally out of his depth in the Ibrox snakepit. Loads of words to say nothing- why not take the opportunity to answer King’s questions? The fact that he doesn’t confirm that the properties are unencumbered, for example, just invites the conclusion that they are, in fact, encumbered. To my simple way of thinking, anyway.

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andy graham (@andygraham66) says:
Thursday, February 27, 2014 at 14:10

Sorry, I have just found the link within your post. Here it is anyway-

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