The Real Battle Begins?


Bogsdollox says: Friday, November 30, 2012 at 21:33 The “public” include …

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bogsdollox says:

Friday, November 30, 2012 at 21:33

The “public” include Rangers fans too and Big Del is one of them – frae Guvin(except of course he is from Dundee),

So he comes on to rebuild the Rangers stock – there was more than one occassion when he over- rode the concerns of Rangers fans when he said ” no Charles Green would never do that”. How does he know that? Who is paying him? Have SSB asked that?

Do SSB care?

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blu says:

Sunday, December 16, 2012 at 21:12
With all due respect, any man who in his not-so-distant youth called for:
a. the restoration of the death penalty in this country,
b. the hanging of Nelson Mandela during his membership of the Federation of Conservative Students, an organisation so ferally right-wing that even then-Tory party chairman Norman Tebbit found them repulsive and closed them down,
and in later years, c. supported any and all efforts to hound Neil Lennon out of Scottish football,
deserves any and all abuse, petty or otherwise, aimed his way.

The fact that STV have seen fit on several occasions to give this fascist oaf a platform says more to me about what they believe is the true voice of the Rangers support. The fact also that this has gone virtually unchallenged within the whole Rangers support indicates to me that STV were right.

The Real Battle Begins?

The chief lemming summons his fellow Bears to the clifftop. What’s HE been promised, I wonder? And where deos this leave Chris Graham in the grand scheme of things?

Gotta hand it to Charlie Boy, he’s played this lot like Menuhin on a Stradivarius.

The Real Battle Begins?
torrejohnbhoy says:

Wednesday, December 5, 2012 at 13:51

“Club will be floated”
No it won’t!

Oh yes it will, s**t invariably does.:)

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OT I know – but sad news with the passing of a true believer in social justice.

Pete Seeger RIP.

Past the Event Horizon

Dry your eyes.

Do you think the Scottish football authorities would have moved heaven and earth to keep Hearts in Scottish football if liquidation has struck them, in the same way it did in G51? Hearts have been honest, open and truthful about their predicament and asked for noone’s help in dealing with, save their own support. No shaministration, no IPO’s, no “charity matches”. All their own fault arriving there, all their own work getting out of it. And not a Doomcaster in sight spouting peesh about ”armageddon” without Hearts.

Now take your whataboutery elsewhere.

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Greenock Jack says: (129)

November 3, 2013 at 8:58 pm

Interesting that they decided to invest some of the resulting income into a counter measure against supporter complacency in the League with the three figure reduction in the ST price. Can’t be said they aren’t pro-active, but prices will go back up when Rangers return to the top tier.
1. Which “Rangers” are you referring to? The current tribute act or the one that is coming in their wake?

2. The reduction in season ticket price came mainly as a result of the protests that ensued when the PLC charged the same price for home matches against Dundee as they would have against RFC (Deid), not simply as a counter-measure against complacency.

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scapaflow says:
September 29, 2013 at 2:29 pm
Good luck with that one.

With the employment recently of Keith Jackson on Sportsound, I wouldn’t be holding my breath for any length of time.

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upthehoops says:
September 25, 2013 at 7:15 am
Aside from the fun talk of clocks, planners etc for the release of Sevco accounts, there is a serious question to be asked here. Is there no financial, regulatory, or football body willing to hold them to account (for want of a better word!) in terms of this, and take action against them if they simply don’t bother? Recently we have seen the public release of audited accounts from Hibs and Celtic, and I’m sure there have been others in the past few weeks. Why is it okay for Sevco NOT to issue accounts, and when will ANYONE call them out on this?
Simples – the much-vaunted “fear of public disorder”.

This is fuelled by the misguided belief that ra Berrs will take to the streets once the penny finally drops that:
a. Their club did indeed die and what they currently follow follow is a tribute act,
b. They have been led by the nose by a succession of shysters, spivs and chancers (plus a few “hoors and comic singers”, as my old boss used to refer to Supper Ally and his ilk) and,
c. They are no longer, “ra peepul”.

Once it dawns on the MSM, government and police in this country that despite the best efforts of Graham, Leggo, McMurdo, Dingwall et al, the chances of ra Berrs manning the barricades are up there with Annabel Goldie hosting a celebration of the life of Joe Stalin, then we’ll see Sevco being asked the questions that they should have been asked last year, when the IPO first saw the light of day.

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