Their Master’s Voice


Tif Finn says: August 3, 2013 at 7:29 pm “I’ll tell …

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Tif Finn says:

August 3, 2013 at 7:29 pm
“I’ll tell you, that would be bad luck — to have the worst Rangers team in history and the worst chief executive in history at the same time. That’s downright bad luck.
Yes, I thought that was amusing, but Ally obviously doesn’t do irony – although I sure there will be a few Rangers fans who might point that out to him 🙂

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Their Master’s Voice
New post up to clear the thread folks.
Lots of Sallys and Chuckles and other childish stuff appearing as well – please note that the words will be removed. You all know better.

Their Master’s Voice
Some behind the scenes shenanigans at Ibrox. I think Lindsay Heron has had his collar felt for publishing the following on the official website ;

ALLY McCOIST has accused Charles Green of treating Rangers and its fans with contempt and believes he has no interest in the club.

The manager was furious to waken up this morning to comments from the former Light Blues chief executive – appointed as a consultant to the club yesterday – in a national newspaper.
In the interview, he insisted McCoist had to win the league and a cup this season or he would ‘have a problem’.
Green also reiterated his belief last season’s team was the worst in the club’s history and described events at Ibrox as ‘a circus’.
And he maintained he’d have raised season ticket prices this term and wouldn’t have given McCoist the volume of players Craig Mather has allowed him to recruit.
The manager was furious in particular with the timing of Green dismissing the same squad from 2012/13 he was working with at today’s League Cup tie against Forfar.
Gers lost 2-1 after extra-time and McCoist feels the Yorkshireman’s words played a part. He said: “They were a terrible distraction and I found his comments appalling, I really did.
“Once again, he was reminding our boys who had a serious cup tie in four hours that he thinks they were the worst Rangers team in history.
“What kind of team talk is that from somebody who is supposed to have the club’s best interests at heart?
“He’s fooling nobody. He’s trying to kid the fans on that he’s this, that and the next thing but he’s not interested in Rangers Football Club, not at all.
“I think it’s plain to see his contempt and total lack of respect for my players, the staff at the club, the supporters and Scottish football in general. It’s totally unacceptable.”
McCoist went into this afternoon’s match at Station Park minus the eight new players he has recruited over the last few weeks.
The difference in play without them was evident as Rangers struggled to break down their fellow League One opponents for large spells.
Fraser Aird did cancel out Gavin Swankie’s early opener to force an additional half hour of play and there were chances for the Light Blues to edge it.
Instead they fell to a second Swankie strike in windy conditions and McCoist knows his players didn’t perform the way they could have.
He said: “I’m very disappointed. The team shooting with the wind obviously had a very strong advantage and conditions weren’t ideal. Forfar adapted better than us.
“With that said, once we did get the equaliser I thought we had chances to win the game and we should have done. It was a moment of slackness that cost us and we just switched off.
“Let’s put things into perspective though. It was last year’s team playing – which did well for us last year – and we had eight lads in the stand who couldn’t play but who’ll feature.
“For long periods of the game, we had the ball and we had great chances to score but we couldn’t convert and we’ll congratulate Dick Campbell and his team on their win.
“Now we look ahead to the Newcastle game, which will give us an opportunity to play lads our new chief executive has stood by and allowed to bring into the club.
“We have to remember we’ve brought in good players, people who have played in the Premier League, and I’ve no doubt they will make us better.”

it has since been removed, airbrushed, and replaced with a bland piece

Is it a coup? There will be blood on the moon I fear whatever else happens.

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Scottish Football: An Honest Game, Honestly Governed?
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March 7, 2014 at 1:08 pm

Alan Price says:
March 7, 2014 at 12:54 pm


Rangers were not the lender. The Sub-Trusts, into which Rangers made a contribution via an EBT, are the “lender”. Rangers gave the money away and there can be no suggestion of repayment to them.

Yes, but had the loans been repaid by the lendees, Rangers would have been able to apply for one themselves had they set up a sub-trust in their favour. Therefore the money would have been available to the club in times of hardship.

Or perhaps I am missing something here?

Scottish Football: An Honest Game, Honestly Governed?
Res 12 is as you say important, but I am convinced that Celtic have no desire whatsoever to pursue its aims.
We could have a discussion about the possible reasons, but ultimately if DD is disinclined to seek a proper answer to these questions, then the SFA will dodge the bullet.
Thus my question to Campbellsmoney: do individual (or groups of) shareholders have locus to seek legal redress here?
Going at it in that fashion may even force Celtic and other clubs for that matter to come on board.

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Is there anyone outside of the clubs who may have locus to challenge LNS? Is there any basis for a challenge?

I don’t know is the answer, but I doubt it. You see its not a question of law really. Its not a proper court – its a made up thing by a private body.

I meant a challenge in law. For example, is there a framework whereby a shareholder(s) of a club(s) could challenge the outcome?

It does seem rather odd that, if a most people here believe, RFC achieved honours dishonestly and in doing so denied other clubs prize-money and opportunity that those clubs are reluctant to seek redress.

My guess I that the must have something to lose by bringing that up – but what?

Is there a mechanism through which the SFA/SPL could be sued by individual shareholders for loss of earnings caused by a lack of proper regulation by the governing bodies.

Scottish Football: An Honest Game, Honestly Governed?

Is there anyone outside of the clubs who may have locus to challenge LNS? Is there any basis for a challenge?

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