Three Shakes … and a Twist


Rangerstaxcase says: Monday, October 29, 2012 at 23:06 (edit) As MIH is …

Comment on Three Shakes … and a Twist by Lord Wobbly.

rangerstaxcase says:
Monday, October 29, 2012 at 23:06
(edit) As MIH is still going, it will be
Lloyds that will effectively pick up most of the MIH bill.

“Murray International Holdings is a rare commodity today in Scottish business. We are a privately-owned, multi-faceted group.”

Sir David Murray

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Three Shakes … and a Twist
john clarke says:
Monday, October 29, 2012 at 23:19
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Lord Wobbly says:
Monday, October 29, 2012 at 22:49
”.R u still with us StevieBC?’

I did tell him, my Lord, not to stand too close to the windows!
I know. Hasn’t he seen a crane dangling from the top of a skyscraper before?

Three Shakes … and a Twist
R u still with us StevieBC?

Three Shakes … and a Twist
PoliticalCeltictweet @edwardrice1 24m
@originalchazz Don’t know the date but senior staff at MIH are
bricking it as they have been informed HMRC can persue

PoliticalCeltictweet @edwardrice1 19m
@Wheresyerfridge Imminent, but some staff at MIH are
openly talking about findings saying judgement is devastating
for Murray

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With acknowledgement to Angela Haggerty for bringing this to my attention:

Old Firm documentary German tv 1974:

A fascinating insight into Glasgow in 1974. Jimmy Reid is notable for his incredibly accurate predictions of what was happening but, what I take from this is the over reliance of the power of the ‘Old Firm’. 

Scottish fitba’ is immeasurably improved by not having an all pervading ‘Old Firm’!


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Money in and another wage off the bill?

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easyJambo says:
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Somers’ sending begging letters according to Keith Jackson
It’s easily done. Too much champers loosens inhibitions.

I have to say, I thought Keith’s tweet on the subject was soooperb! 😆

A Sanity Clause for Xmas?

What Keith (and other ‘succulents’) fail to acknowledge is that the improvement in the top flight clubs (Celtic aside) is precisely because Rangers aren’t there skewing the league with their arms race mentality to the transfer market. 

Clubs no longer need to try to keep up with Rangers fraudulent spending (and Celtic certainly haven’t been trying to buy success) so have been able to spend money on what’s best for them.

The nuclear winter was the one that Sir David Murray presided over!

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Martin says:
December 2, 2014 at 8:35 pm
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Rangers manager Ally McCoist braced for Ibrox fire-sale:
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