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  1. Db I was worried about Rangers not speaking out but they have played a blinder and shouldn't be seen as pushing this legal debate we know how the media would love to push that narrative. Rangers put forward a proposal that would benefit the whole game, they provided all the member clubs with a dossier of information and liabilities etc. and now all these diddies are falling to pieces. Hell mend them
    11 points
  2. Great blog from 4lads today https://fourladshadadream.blog/2020/06/17/scottish-football-facing-financial-liabilities-cant-say-you-werent-warned/
    5 points
  3. Yes but my blogs aren’t about them in any way It alludes to the fact and says basically we all know what has went on But if I write a blog that says it was all for them etc then it could borderline on looking mental and that lot would have a field day with personal criticism So subtle is key and has always been my style
    3 points
  4. I think we need to get real. There is no danger we could afford Ryan Fraser on so many levels
    3 points
  5. They are superiors of the SFA, not the SPFL, IIRC. In any case, the whole scenario would have to be put to them in a civilized and legally sound manner. If anything, they might say that unless anything is been cleared up, the Scottish national team and membership clubs will not take part in any UEFA event next season. That would set fire amongst the p(h)igeons. IMHO, it is right that Rangers are not forerunners in this legal debate regarding the ending of the season, as we would be (and already have been) labelled as self-interested with regards to winning the title but not caring
    3 points
  6. And unless I am mistaken, the SKy, BT and BBC claims were not mentioned ahead of any voting to end the season. That is corporate mismanagement of the highest degree. How clubs did not vote for an independent inquiry is utterly beyond me.
    3 points
  7. All of which could, and should, have been avoided. Not only because they could have finished the season but also, from a Celtic perspective, they would have been almost certain to win the league anyway
    3 points
  8. It's almost as if many Socialists have abandoned economic disparity and have found multiple other channels for their (often nonexistent) victimhood.
    2 points
  9. Think some of these horses I am backing at Ascot today have the virus ☹️ .
    2 points
  10. Not sure it ever went away in China, but who believes anything they say?
    2 points
  11. He'll have to avoid pretty much every US major city then.
    2 points
  12. The premier league returns tonight , playing behind closed doors that makes it unwatchable, football without fans means nothing . Aston Villa 1 Sheffield United 1 Manchester city 2 Arsenal 0 .
    2 points
  13. Lol I like it! I don’t think there’s anything wrong with you pointing out the blatantly obvious but I understand why you’ve written it the way you have. Can you imagine similar restraint from a dark side blogger? Hell, they have former captains coming out saying there is a conspiracy against them, the team who have engineered to be awarded 8.5 consecutive titles and several cups!
    1 point
  14. Should they win those optimistic figures, it's the members who would be liable, which includes Rangers of course. Something to bear in mind .
    1 point
  15. The SPFL don’t have anything like that amount of money. If Hearts & Partick Thistle are successful in court then the SPFL is finished. The SFA would need to take over the running of the leagues and reinstate both hearts & thistle in the premiership & championship.
    1 point
  16. That's identity politics for you. The Woke left is all over each of them and they won't be going away.
    1 point
  17. Were the Police silent over Stephen Lawrence??? Incompetent but not silent. Why focus on that - the focus needs to be on the mob that attacked him.
    1 point
  18. He just meant that they were a group of racist thugs. As I keep saying, the BLM activities occurring here in the UK will only worsen race relations. They will cause division in society. Focus is always continually on gender, sexual preferences, religious beliefs and ethnicity, when it should be about making the UK a better place to live for us all.
    1 point
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  20. I love the films he pops up in. watched Two Way Stretch again the other week, sheer class and i can see where the creators of Porridge got a lot of their ideas!!
    1 point
  21. There were also groups of black youths attacking anyone they thought had been part of the demo including innocent bystanders without a copper in sight. I believe they are scared to intervene due to the coverage they would get. Imagine if it was seven white men kicking the shite out of one of those black guys - there would be mug shots in the papers of who the Police wanted - what did we see. A cowardly silence.
    1 point
  22. Might depend in some scenarios. For example transfermarkt values Fraser at around £15 million while according to this link he's on around 27K per week at Bournemouth. AFC Bournemouth 2019-20 Payroll So let's say Rangers were to sign him on a 4 year contract and almost triple his wages to 75K per week. With a view to selling him after 2 years with Euro experience thrown in for £15 million. The two years wages would cost around £8 million but if everything came to pass in the way I envisaged it's a profit of £7 million.
    1 point
  23. Yes developed in the UK - stronger together has never been more apt.
    1 point
  24. Absolutely no way we would be able to afford him even on a free, he has been touted at clubs like Liverpool, Man U and Arsenal. Most likely scenario I could see is Arsenal cutting their losses with crispy hips and making Frasier a LWB
    1 point
  25. I see Ryan Fraser has rejected a short term deal at Bournemouth. He has been playing at a fairly high level for a good few years now, still only 26 and in his 'prime' years. Do you think we would be interested in him and would he upgrade our current squad?
    1 point
  26. I enjoyed reading that and agreed with almost all of it. I cant say I agree that it was rejected because it was Rangers who brought it forward. It was, IMO, rejected because it wasnt what celtic wanted. I doubt it would have been given any further discussion or credibility if it was Aberdeen that were saying it. This is, was, and always will be, about getting celtic any and every possible advantage they can get, and to hell with the rest of football if they are badly affected by it.
    1 point
  27. Rangers can always raise an action in court to have Doncaster removed over this shambles after hearts win. They will have plenty of backing for it.
    1 point
  28. I see he is getting all his dumbf**k followers to sign a Covid waiver prior to the rally 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 God Help America
    1 point
  29. Coincidentally, I met up with a pal who works at the Royal Infirmary last night and he was telling me he keeps getting a row for not wearing his face mask on the normal (non-Covid) wards. We both agreed it'd be better to die than look rubbish. 🤣
    1 point
  30. Is this based on real experience? The last 3 EPL I've attended (Anfield, St.James Park, Selhurst Park) had a brilliant atmosphere
    1 point
  31. As Gonzo says, the issue with this, and MSM, is that the apology is buried and is never given even close to the same exposure as the original offensive, inaccurate lies. What SHOULD happen in this instance is that NUS Scotland should replace him as the President-elect for his blatant lying. Won't happen but there should be consequences to such inflammatory lies.
    1 point
  32. Now you know why all other leagues throughout Europe had to restart. Neil was only obeying peter’s orders. And very costly orders too.
    1 point
  33. Good article in the Guardian. https://www.theguardian.com/football/2020/jun/16/partick-thistle-the-biggest-victims-of-scottish-footballs-vote-farce
    1 point
  34. Unfortunately, apologies are usually printed on page 10. We need to weed these toe rags out as soon as they appear, which is largely impossible due to them resembling an infestation.
    1 point
  35. It's ok you provide enough historical political fiction of your own without having to plagiarise anyone else!
    1 point
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  37. Training it's more like the Peggy Spencer formation dancing troupe get them over to Gullane for a bit of conditioning sort out the wheat from the chaff.
    1 point
  38. Thought he was a civil rights lawyer? Sure I read that somewhere
    1 point
  39. I think it was discussed briefly earlier on this thread - it's best to get information from a variety of sources, add a dash of scepticism and make up your own mind. The BBC should be a central 'go to' news outlet but its objectivity is now outwith the bounds of reason.
    1 point
  40. Great photo he looks lean and mean but happy so hope he will be mentally switched on when he comes back😀
    1 point
  41. I've had a few run-ins with police in America and couldn't fault their conduct, especially in the southern states. Granted they've all been down to speeding and I've never been high on drugs or tried to steal their guns. I had one experience in southern Missouri when I was pulled over for speeding and was invited to sit in the front of the police car. I got the sort of polite ticking off I used to get at school. My kids were looking out the back window of our car, delighted that the old man was going to jail. Asked to produce my licence I handed over my licence UK card. He looked b
    1 point
  42. ASIL : Political History Fiction
    1 point
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