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BTW, some revelations as to why Whyte was able to cover his PAYE payments back then, while Hearts were hunted much quicker. It does not shed any light on why he was allowed to walk freely about because of his 4m tax debt though, not to mention buying Rangers.

 

 

Taxman criticised for delays in issuing penalties

 

PAYE penalty reforms 'too little, too late'

 

HMRC targets 50,000 businesses for non-payment of VAT

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No mate, we don't. Merlin interviewed the man you are talking about and was shown cast iron proof that MF had nothing to do with Rangers account. You may however find out whoever was in charge of our account had similar motive but I don't believe it was who you think it was mate.

 

Glad to have you back on board SC.

 

You are 100% correct about MF, as for once, was Merlin.

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BTW, some revelations as to why Whyte was able to cover his PAYE payments back then, while Hearts were hunted much quicker. It does not shed any light on why he was allowed to walk freely about because of his 4m tax debt though, not to mention buying Rangers.

 

 

Taxman criticised for delays in issuing penalties

 

PAYE penalty reforms 'too little, too late'

 

HMRC targets 50,000 businesses for non-payment of VAT

 

Whyte delivered our club like a sacrificial lamb into the hands of HMRC, they duly slaughter it. His reward was his liberty and freedom, any other dirty little rat like him would be banged up for what he did, strange that?

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Glad to have you back on board SC.

 

You are 100% correct about MF, as for once, was Merlin.

 

And what was this 'cast iron proof' then?

If he had nothing to do with Rangers account did he have any influence on its sale to Whyte?

His time at LBG must have been of immense benefit to him in the role he got at Harper McLeod for the SPL's dual contracts investigation

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I don't know precisely what he was shown, but I know he worked in an entirely different area of the bank from the one which managed the RFC connection. He had neither the authority nor the influence to pursue any anti Rangers agenda even if he had one (which I severely doubt).

 

In short, someone has seen the guy's job title and linked that to his previous involvement with Celtic and put two and two together to make five.

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