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    John Clark 19th July 2019 at 13:41 

    Corrupt official 19th July 2019 at 07:15 '..the Louden ..' '++++++++++++++++

          Was I ever correct in believing that 'the' Louden was the one in Duke St, Glasgow? Aren't there now two Loudens, one of them being over Govan way?


        You are correct John, with the Duke St bar proclaiming itself as, "The original".


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    John Clark 18th July 2019 at 23:07 

    Cluster One 18th July 2019 at 22:20 '.. Will this let us know just how much the Damages will be?'


    God's honest, Cluster One, I don't know. The last pronouncement from Persey, QC seemed to leave scope for further discussion between the Parties at least in relation the 'further agreement'


       Dunno how those discussions have panned out JC,  but we did see the emergence of a "Pop-up shipping container", posing as a mega-store on the steps of the Louden recently.  Expertly levelled off, standing on bricks like a stolen  and stripped motor on Crimewatch. 

        Bearing in mind a big shop  lies dormant just a stone's throw away, it doesn't appear that the "discussions" were very agreeable. 

         I have no idea if the shipping container originated from an enterprising Turkish market trader, or it's origins lie with Hummell or Elite. ………….But it deffo had nothing to do with Sevco. "Honest M'Lud"…."No sirreee!"

        Maybe a big bhoy did it. ?..frown

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    sannoffymesssoitizz 22nd June 2019 at 18:37

        "In addition to having advised sportspersons on media related issues William has experience of advising on sports contracts (including Formula One) and has experience of contractual disputes in boxing (Calzaghe v Warren) and football, having been instructed on behalf of Glasgow Rangers FC in its long-running dispute with Sports Direct over their commercial relationship. https://elyplace.com/barrister/william-mccormick-qc/


          Funnily enough, subtley pointing out that he offers advice, (which may, or not, be taken) and drops in a few successful outcomes, as back-up…….But ultimately, he still has tae dae wit he's telt …….. crying

    Dead clever these lawyers.  

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    Cluster One 21st June 2019 at 18:50

             If the bubble bursts down ibrox way, would Mr King’s slice through his New Oasis Asset Limited company be the main creditor ie. would king have the most to gain if the bubble bursts?


        Most will know better than I, but if the loans are converted to shares, they will not be creditors as nothing is owed….(unless some conditions are attached?) 

       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. ,  

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    Cluster One 16th June 2019 at 13:45 

    Corrupt official 16th June 2019 at 12:12 

    If the £3m The Big Liar paid the Fat Friar to buy out the retail deal, was not really to buy out the retail deal, then what was it for then?

    . ………………..

    To bring an end to the charles Green, sevco deal and negotiate a new retail deal that king agreed on but has reneged on ever since it was signed. Ashley has always had then by the shirt and curlies. https://mobile.twitter.com/ClusterOne2/status/1140228099864518657?p=v


       Thanks C1

         So £3m to buy out the CG contract…..I assume heavily discounted, due to the "Add-on" proviso that another contract is entered into simultaneously. 

        I suppose we can only guess at the total cost if it were to be entered into, minus the proviso.

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       If the £3m The Big Liar paid the Fat Friar to buy out the retail deal, was not really to buy out the retail deal, then what was it for then?.

        It can be so difficult to keep track of the ducking and diving over there. Could it be used as a barometer to evaluate the likely sums involved in the latest dispute.? 

        Will the availability of fake madey-up taps from market stalls, once again determine the holiday destinations of Sevconians? enlightened…..Will Halloween Houston (AKA Uncle Fester), once again help them out with his used-notes boot-leg pirate routine? no..

       How are the "Fan-zone" negotiations with the Corpy progressing. smiley

       Anybody handing out cups o' tea to the season ticket queue, or are they sold-out? cool

       Has the army of tradesmen volunteers stepped up to the plate to build the forgotten "Remembrance" garden wa'? indecision

       Is #Goingfor55, still a thing? surprise

      Any "2nd in the league" commemorative T-shirts on the market?. (Or should that be IN the market) angel

       Honestly, turn your back for a minute, and ye miss a' the funny bits. 

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    John Clark 13th June 2019 at 11:45

        I think it would be fair to say the SFA have always had the powers to examine the records regarding Rangers(I.L.), but to date have been stubbornly reluctant to do so John. Thus levering themselves into the unenviable position of "Co-accused", in the alleged fraud…..A conspiracy if you will, from a position of trust. 

        In legal terms a much more serious crime. 

        It should be held in mind that CAS are only adjudicating on the SFA's jurisdiction to re-visit and deal with the matter of compliance. (Where no doubt, a guilty conniving conspirator organisation would be looking for an "escape goat", , to pin the rap on)

        Having CAS investigate the matter in entirety, as opposed to handing "control" of an investigation to any potential co-accuseds may be a better option. 

         The SFA will never convict themselves.