Comment on Accountability via Transparency. by Cluster One.

    StevieBC 24th May 2019 at 10:53
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    Well, we all saw that ‘Armageddon’ and ‘social unrest’ didn’t happen when Rangers died in 2012.

    ‘Numerous clubs’ didn’t die either because of the loss of the blue pound.

    Football carried on in Scotland.

    Arguably, it became a much better place in the SPL.

    A lack of crowd trouble, a lack of dodgy singing, a lack of on field violence, much reduced nonsense in the SMSM, more clubs winning trophies, and much, much less controversy involving referees.

    I preferred the SPL without a deviant Ibrox club.
    Happy Days.
    But the lower leagues had to endure a deviant Ibrox club. for a season or more while the SPL had tranquility for a few seasons.
    I wonder if the SFA and the SPFL ever thought for a moment the monster that was created would be so much hassle?

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    Jingso.Jimsie 22nd June 2019 at 11:08
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    Rather long piece by Martin Williams in the Herald about RIFC challenging Mr. Justice Persey’s findings:
    High Court judge Lionel Persey said he had “no hesitation” in rejecting Rangers’ approach over changing certain rights in their agreement.

    His judgment came as it emerged that the Rangers Megastore at Ibrox, which is run by Sports Direct as part of their agreement was shut down over a week ago.
    Mr Persey said Rangers wished to rewrite or amend some of the payment terms in the agreement but said: “There is no basis for it to do so unless SDIR agrees.”
    That is a challenge right enough.
    The club and SDIR had agreed that the Mike Ashley company does have the right to distribute, market, advertise, promote, offer for sale or sell the official Rangers kit under the further agreement. The ruling stated that Rangers objected to three of Sports Direct’s amendments based on that understanding. But Mr Persey said that he considered there was no substance to the objections.
    The duration of the contract was two years, commencing August 1, 2018.
    Just how king can spin the latest to the gullibles to get them to run up the steps i can’t wait.

    Accountability via Transparency.
    Corrupt official 21st June 2019 at 19:52
    If, and when….Celtic win 9 IAR I imagine the following season when Celtic are attempting 10, that would be the optimum time to put it to the fans to dig deep. ,
    Dig Deep to stop 10 in a row slogan would be even too embarrassing for them to come out with. To do that would underline they are not equal to celtic but in their shadow,and it is not about the ibrox club going for their first title but all about the ibrox club stopping celtic going for ten.

    Accountability via Transparency.
    Thanks again to the court guys.laugh

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    Celtic’s Questions to Answer
    Jesus! Are we still here? The ibrox club's old operating company. And the rangers operating company was put into Liquidation. They never do tell the ibrox fans the name of this operating company.

    Celtic’s Questions to Answer
    Jesus! Are we still here? The ibrox club’s old operating company. And the rangers operating company was put into Liquidation. They never do tell the ibrox fans the name of this operating company.

    Celtic’s Questions to Answer
    easyJambo 13th November 2019 at 22:05
    easyJambo 13th November 2019 at 22:09
    Thanks for clarification on both points.

    Celtic’s Questions to Answer
    LF: We had between 700-1000 new members in the week or two after the Mike Ashley share purchase and I think because it removed his influence from the club, you can’t underestimate or underplay the significance of the purchase, not just for Club 1872 because it saw us become the second largest shareholder, but for Rangers as well.
    EM: In terms of the 10 per cent shareholding, we are actually ahead of where we thought we would be this time last year. That has been significant.
    BT: I think, as Euan said, we are in a tremendous position as the second largest shareholder, so why can’t be continue to be the second largest shareholder with a larger shareholding in the future? If we have managed to get to here, why can’t we build on that and continue to be at least the second largest shareholder, and be very influential?
    LF:This is the support that took back its club, so imagine what we could do with the 10 per cent we have got and the determination to work together.
    Never did reach that 10 per cent, looks like they never will.

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    Just a small reminder.
    Thursday 14th November

    Procedural Hearing

    Between 9.30am and 10.00am

    CA132/18 Memorial Walls Ltd v The Rangers Football Club Ltd – MBM Commercial LLP – Anderson Strathern LLP