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Oh what a tangled web we weave………
It seems that the legal cases are piling up and so are the costs. Footballers need paid in January, Feb, March, April and May to complete a season. There are not the funds to do so. Some mug has to give them millions. 
The SFA will be found to be cheats and in collusion. They will NEVER be honest sports administrators. Gold will never be give to the silver medalists who were cheated unlike every other sporting code. 
Scotland- the best little country that money can buy!
Fines issued are not paid. “Conditional licences” are available. Assets purchased for 2.5M are suddenly worth 46M!!!!
Trading whilst insolvent is apparently legal in Scotland.

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Two wrongs and a right
Scottish football has far too many teams for a variety of historical factors. Arbroath or Cowdenbeath or Stanraer for example are given a place in the SPFL but do they actually make the game better. Australia has just 10 teams and one of them is from New Zealand. Who do you reckon will qualify for the next World Cup? Scotland or Australia? 
If you could start all over in Scotland would you reckon we need so many teams? 

Two wrongs and a right
Arresstment of funds only happens when there is a significant risk that those funds will soon disappear. A company that has no source of credit can choose how to spend the final few pounds. Arrestment takes away this choice. If this is true then we are in the final weeks.

Two wrongs and a right
RIFC and TRFC are different companies with different loans and finances. Watch for all the debt being allocated to one company and not the other one. Watch for one company going under and the other staying afloat. Watch for all the manouveres to ensure promotion.


The SFA doing SFA. I cannot forsee Mike Ashley being shafted out of 5,000,000. Who will be the creditors owed 25,000,000 when the plug is pulled? Debt converted to shares? So much rests on gaining promotion. 
The only sure way is to win The Championship.

Recent Comments by Fisiani

On Grounds for Judicial Review
The time has come to form a conclave of the best minds in Scottish football who seek integrity in Scottish football. Forgive me if I miss someone out but since the tragic and untimely death of Paul McConnell I’d propose a brains trust of (in no particular order) Phil McG, James Forrest, Auldheid, JohnJames, BRTH ,The Mensch and RTC et al to brief the QC employed by Celtic . We will only get one chance to find justice and it has to be awesome. 

THAT Debate, and the Beauty of Hindsight
April is a momentous month for Sevco. Dave King ignoring the TAB and refusing to buy out shares. The Supreme Court ruling against the Oldclub liquidators.The 3 Amigos getting compensation and contracts upheld. Getting beaten twice in a week by Celtic. What more will happen?

History, Neighbours and Made Up News
If thousands of pounds worth of criminal damage was caused by Sevco supporters to Celtic Park then Sevco will obviously and legally have to recompense Celtic FC for the cost of repairs. That is a given. Sevco could then seek to recover money from any guilty parties. I would not welcome such people back into the stadium for a second time. Celtic FC should demand a $1,000,000 bond being lodged by Sevco prior to any Sevco ticket allocation in 2017.

History, Neighbours and Made Up News
When Sevco come to Celtic Park for the first time they should be welcomed. Their sectarian supporters should be shunned. Sadly the women’s refuges and the casualty departments are always filled to capacity when any version of a “rangers” lose to Celtic. They will be very busy Saturday night.

History, Neighbours and Made Up News
In 2012 the Scottish media were in agreement. Rangers died. I’ve seen their front page headlines. Now they try to promote the survival myth. This reminds me of an event in Jerusalem nearly 2000 years ago. That was a miracle.
The Scots legal system, UEFA and common sense agree that life after death is impossible.
There has been no miracle in 2012. 
I cannot stop a new club calling itself any name but my intelligence tells me that the new club will soon play their first ever game at Celtic Park. I expect the match programme to reflect this truth.

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