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    Comment on Accountability via Transparency. by paddy malarkey.

    From The Guardian's match report . I wonder if it will be mentioned elsewhere 

     as the Rangers support celebrated; regularly in sectarian fashion, which Scotland’s football authorities give the impression they care little about with constant inaction.

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    Accountability via Transparency.
    Soooo , €3 million was the only bid for Morelos , according to Stevie G . He obviously hasn't been shown the bid for €9million that silenced the BBC reporter .(was that before his time ? Even so , you would have thought they would have had it framed and on display – bugger all else to show ).


    Accountability via Transparency.
    They could ask West of Scotland Juniors to admit the colt teams into their set up . Players were sent to Junior clubs in the past as part of their mental and physical development , and their are some good teams there that would be more than capable of giving them a game . And the guaranteed ticket sales would be a boost for the clubs .


    Accountability via Transparency.
    Ex Ludo 6th May 2019 at 20:51

    That'll never do ! There's mention there of  –

     The SFL have already agreed to place Rangers in Division Three after the club's attempts to replace the old club in the SPL and First Division were unsuccessful.

    and

    Several players contracted to the old Rangers refused to join the new club but others allowed their registration to be transferred and SFA membership would likely give manager Ally McCoist the green light to make new signings.

    Any reason why James Forrest is getting it tight for not attending the SPFA awards – is being away with his club not an acceptable excuse ? He wouldn't have been my choice anyway , but I vaguely recall a photograph of the empty seats at an awards ceremony that were meant to be filled by TRFC players, and there was barely a mention .


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    One, er, Two Rules to Rule Them All
    Bogs Dollox 2nd April 2019 at 17:05

    When we were in the same division ,Morelos and Liam Lindsay were called together by the referee at Firhill for roughly the same thing – a off the ball bump and a bit of retaliation . During their lecture , Moelos twice kicked Lindsay on the shins , right under the nose of the referee . Nowt done . He's handy enough at dishing it out but can't accept it being done to him .

    My pet hate in my playing days was your opponent holding the ball out to you only to drop it or throw it when you reached out to take it . Fair wound me up . 


    One, er, Two Rules to Rule Them All
    Bogs Dollox 2nd April 2019 at 15:33

    I also don't see things through blue or green tinted specks (the Old Firm is no more – one side died ). 

    There's videos online showing Morelos bumping Brown prior to the clip of heels .It's the way the two of them go about their  business. There was also a video on Sportscene the other week of Morelos raking McKenna's ankle (Aberdeen) and McKenna ignoring it and moving on .Maybe Morelos could have learned something there . In the Kent incident , the referee was busy up the park with team celebrations and was minutes away from restarting the game . He over-reacted to being wound up . A lot of players are not mature enough to handle the pressures of these games . I think a lot of the problem was that it was last-chance saloon for one club , and their players were too hyped up to behave rationally . Everybody knows , since the SC final v Hibs , that any percieved "taunting"of the Ibrox fanbase is met with violence , and other club's fans are happy to give them the opportunity to disgrace themselves . A Scott Brown apology for any offence caused would be the biggest wind-up of all , and I'm surprised he's not done it . He's not my kettle of fish but players at other clubs are just as astute at gamesmanship .


    One, er, Two Rules to Rule Them All
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/47791139


    One, er, Two Rules to Rule Them All
    I wonder if this is the nice Mr Blair of TRFC and what he would be doing  with a company that specialises in the purchase and collection of niche debt portfolios ?

    The following motions were granted, unopposed, on Friday 29th March

     

     

    A286/18 TBI Financial Services Ltd v James Blair

    Pure speculation , of course !


    One, er, Two Rules to Rule Them All
    I see wee Alfredo started , missed a sitter , and was hooked after 45 minutes . That should enhance his transfer fee .