Whose assets are they anyway?

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Jimbo 12th November 2015 at 11:48 pm # Fiduciary Duty and …

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jimbo 12th November 2015 at 11:48 pm #

Fiduciary Duty and Dave King are words that should never appear in the same sentence, unless it’s an Only An Excuse script. 

These juvenile press releases serve only to heap further ridicule on King, Rangers and their PR spinmeisters. I keep expecting Graham Chapman to pop up in his Colonel’s uniform to tell Level 5 to stop being silly.21

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Whose assets are they anyway?
am not a huge fan of mike Ashley, but credit where its due, this judicial review of the King fit and proper decision will have the SFA board members sweating.

The prospect of Regan et al having to justify their decisions is hilarious, as well as long over due.

Vendetta versus Omerta, comedy gold premièring in the C of S February 2016 01
http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/14023170.Mike_Ashley_launches_court_action_over_SFA_s__fit_and_proper__approval_of_Rangers_chairman_Dave_King/


Whose assets are they anyway?
Up to my eyes in a project just now. As I passed ICAS house on the tram, i couldn’t resist a quiet GIRFUY moment.
RTC has been vindicated, common sense has prevailed. A bitter sweet moment, given that some fine comrades did not live to see justice finally , and comprehensively, done.
The ball is now at the feet of the clubs who were cheated. Will they insist that the historical record reflect the “EBT Tax Cheat Years”? Will they finally get off their knees and sort out the football authorities who have been complicit in this for decades?
Sadly not, we will get a few mealy mouthed statements about the past being the past, and how we must all look to the future and the good of football.
Useless, spineless, bar stewards


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Ernie

Perfectly respectable point of view. However, I suspect things like Armed Forces Day are here to stay. A lot of people in the military love their football, they do not by any means all support Rangers. So if there is going to be some sort of Armed Forces Day, then why not make it inclusive rather than exclusive?
Personally, I think the SFA saying to the military, if service personnel turn up on Cup Final Day in uniform we’ll let them in free, is a much better way for football as whole to mark an “Armed Forces Day”, rather than the perennial PR car crash waiting to happen at Ibrox.
I bet, (know) a lot of serving military types would be quietly delighted to see and an end to the purely Rangers day.
YMMV


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BLUSEPTEMBER 19, 2016 at 14:46

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SCAPAFLOWSEPTEMBER 19, 2016 at 14:26

Tried to add:
How about the SFA holding an Armed Forces Day as part of Scottish Cup Final? A bit like the Lawn Tennis Association does at Wimbledon, thereby detoxifying the whole issue?


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Blu

Possibly, do they use temporary seating for Forces day?


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Problem with the stands at Ibrox you say?
“Nothing to see here” says the man on the level
What about that Section 89 Building warrant lodged with the Glasgow City council?
https://publicaccess.glasgow.gov.uk/online-applications/scottishBuildingWarrantDetails.do?activeTab=summary&keyVal=ODLE5LEX09500
here’s the guidance notes for applying for a Section 89 
https://www.glasgow.gov.uk/CHttpHandler.ashx?id=12988&p=0

“The plans should include the type of seats (if any)which are to be used….”


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