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    Comment on Accountability via Transparency. by Ex Ludo.

    https://twitter.com/cburleyespn/status/1126912896137560064?s=21

    UEFA showing the SFA how to mess people around. 

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    Replying to Bordersdon and Paddymalarkey from earlier today. I didn’t see the McKenna article at the weekend however it appeared on my Twitter feed and I note that the estimable Fr. Stone has retweeted it. Assuming it’s not a clever spoof account then it’s pretty worrying that if you believe that the liquidation of Rangers 1872 didn’t happen then you’re one of us. 


    Accountability via Transparency.
    https://twitter.com/mattleslie74/status/1143078288065204224?s=21

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    Accountability via Transparency.
    The IOC have recently opened a new HQ in Switzerland at a reported cost of £120 million. It’s very nice and environmentally friendly. I would not be surprised if FIFA get a bit jealous and also build a shiny new symbol of wealth and power sponsored of course by whoever wants the World Cup Finals the most. 


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