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Ryan As long as it stays in the football realm, fill …

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Ryan
As long as it stays in the football realm, fill yer boots.

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Okay Ryan. Now that the story embargo has been lifted, there’s a new post up now with exclusive Hibbeee thingy and podcast as promised earlier

I’ll close the comments on this one 🙂


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I know I never put myself forward as a footie expert per se, but I don’t think that the TRFC/Hearts/Hibs matches will be decisive in securing promotion.

That will most probably come down to depth of squad given that the current first XIs are pretty much of the same strength.

One of the main reasons why finance is such a crucial factor. Beating the lesser teams in that division consistently takes manpower, and may be more important than the Glasgow-Edinburgh-Edinburgh encounters.


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Allyjambo says:

August 7, 2014 at 3:27 pm

I think it’s as simple as Charles Green had evidence that one, or more, of those in charge at Hampden had full knowledge of Murray’s deceit with regards to the deliberate mis-registration of player contracts, or even provided assistance of to cover up his misdeeds. It’s probably information passed from Murray, to Whyte, to Green.

Whatever it is, it has to be something very serious for them to include disclaimers that so obviously point, by their very existence, to something extremely sinister. Clearly the ball was in the SFA/SPL/SFL court and yet Green acted all along as though he could force the authorities to do whatever he wanted. He got away with so much at a time he, and his company, needed the goodwill of those he was attacking just to survive.

I wonder, too, if the knowledge Green has could harm TRFC also; a knowledge that makes the shedding of onerous contracts rather difficult, perhaps.
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Not wishing to rain on this particular stream of thought, but isn’t it possible that this is nothing more than a belt and braces approach by SFA/SPL lawyers to something that had a high likelihood of being referred to m’learned friends some ways down the line?

Any legal types care to comment?
Campbellsmoney?


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Be surprised if the larger part of the loans is converted to shares.
Control of a structurally insolvent company lies not in virtually worthless shares, but with the major creditors who will retain control when the shareholders are all stiffed.
Going to happen.


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John C
Might be registered in the far east?


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Highlander,
Wasn’t aware that anyone had reproduced Concomitant’s article elsewhere. Nobody asked either, but it’s not a problem for us.
As we’ve said, it’s not a contest. 👍


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John C
So true about the sport being killed by the authorities.
No matter how corrupt RFC were, the sport could have survived the reputational damage imposed by a rogue club. Impossible to survive damage imposed by rogue governance.


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