Comment on Whose assets are they anyway? by gerrybhoy67.
ratethisthenyabampots 12th November 2015 at 8:08 pm #
A very valid point regarding Mr King – HMRC said from the outset they were after those responsible so he has put himself in the dock with the others.
Maybe Big Mike will have them in his corner when it comes to his SFA court case if it ever goes ahead?
You can’t hurt the dead but you can correct their history when they’ve gone!As was established in court yesterday they are a new club so any correction is irrelevant to them.
Whose assets are they anyway?
The report into the collapse of HBOS Bank in2008 is due to be released next Thursday – I wonder if any particular knights of the realm or associated companies will be mentioned?
Whose assets are they anyway?
erotolerance1903 26th October 2015 at 5:16 pm #
” However, the issue is also made less complicated as the assets are currently in the possession of the party that acquired them – i.e. they’re not put out of reach by a subsequent transaction.”
This is a possibility bearing in mind PMG’s reporting of the onerous monthly payments offshore – so could be another part of the master plan if we bear in mind the history of some participants and their track record of companies and insolvency.
It Is Better To Offer No Excuse Than A Bad One
I watched the BBC Hogmany offering of “Only An Excuse” and among the usual sketches on both Celtic and rifc it was suggested that a suitable gift for the fans of the dead club would be a dictionary highlighting the meaning of the word liquidation 😆 I don’t think it will go down too well and they might receive the usual threats.
PS it’s a pity they didn’t have a copy available for their colleagues in the Sportsound studio
Who Is Conning Whom?
Guys for the love of God please stop responding.
You’ve tried for a week!
It’s obvious they’re here for a reason and I would suggest to continue feeding them is costing TSFM credibility in the blogosphere.
Enough is enough
I clicked on this a couple of days ago in error i may add and just can^t believe they could print this story and not compare with similar money doping at their favourite club/company
Time for Scots Government to Take Bull by the Horns
Maybe some of the more clued up part-time lawyers on the blog could advise of feasibility:-
Hire a lawyer willing to work on win only fee basis in a class action –
10,000 fans x £2,000 (low estimate) spread over the cheating years is £10million suing both SFA and SPFL for breach of contract.
Most fans will be able to produce bank evidence of money paid for season tickets and cup tickets.
Might give them pause for thought when they next state no appetite for action?
THAT Debate, and the Beauty of Hindsight
AULDHEIDMAY 6, 2017 at 13:46
Does anyone have a record of what then First Minister Alex Salmond said about Rangers being part of the social fabric of Scotland or words to that effect?
Auldheid – Don’t know if this is any help?