Why We Need to Change


Mcfc says: Member: (1445 comments) June 25, 2015 at 10:49 pm Matty …

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mcfc says:
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June 25, 2015 at 10:49 pm
Matty Roth says:
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June 25, 2015 at 10:44 pm

RyanGosling says:
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June 25, 2015 at 10:36 pm


The ring fencing would come into play if RIFC are in default of the loan agreeemnt eg breach of confidentiality terms, board member clause not honoured etc.

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So even if SD already have security for the loan, on default they could ignore the agreed security and go after a legal action to secure repayment in some other way?

I’ve zero legal knowledge so please excuse the question if its stupid.

I suppose perhaps thats possible and the security simply “expires” when the loan is repaid through the ring fencing action.

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motor red says:
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August 21, 2015 at 11:33 am

dear matty what are you on about? ….


Fair enough motor, I think I may have confused sentiments of a few different posters.

Apologies I had the wrong end of the stick.

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Homunculus says:
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August 21, 2015 at 10:17 am

I have said this before, and derided for it. I will say it again, and no doubt be derided for it again.

Celtic are bigger in financial terms than other Scottish football clubs because more people go to Celtic games, more people buy season tickets and more people buy official club merchandise. This has the knock on effect of getting better sponsorship deals etc.

If other clubs want to get closer in financial terms then the first place they should look at is themselves…….


From what I can see its not unusual for fans of big clubs to have a sort of self congratulatory attitude as if its their personal loyalty and commitment that earns the success on the field. Nonsense really.

The problem with this is that the bigger clubs are richer because they have more fans but they also have more fans because they are richer (and therefore win more trophies, sign higher profile players and so on).

So you say your club is successful because so many fans “invest” (lol) in the club. I say so many fans invest in the club because it is successful.

Its a sort of chick and egg situation.

To suggest its simply the fault or a problem for all the other teams misses the point that the playing field is not level and tilts too much in favour of already big clubs and so ensures they only get bigger.

While the rest are slowly crushed into non existence.

What will the big teams do when they play in leagues where all their competitors are part time clubs watched by 1000 fans?

Why should fans of smaller clubs keeping spending their money on their clubs when its such a drop in the ocean compared to the TV money, Euro prize money and so on? Its wasted and only the hard core fans remain following these clubs now.

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Cluster One says:
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August 21, 2015 at 7:25 am

motor red says:
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August 21, 2015 at 6:55 am…………explode.
They never knock it back,the £250,000


A comment was quite rightly removed by mods yesterday because it was little more than childish trolling.

IMO your baiting falls into exactly the same category and should simply be removed.

PS – you used the same bait in your rather snide comments yesterday, time for fresh bait, surely this is getting a bit whiffy?

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I suspect TRFC reported their own player, which is up to them but what worries me is the SFA are able to act very quickly (once again) when the interests of certain teams are at stake.

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