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    Comment on Bad Money? by StevieBC.

    Looks like TRFC's Europa League tie on Thursday…

    away…

    is shaping up to be potentially Gerrard's – and RIFC/TRFC's – biggest game of the season… already!

     

    A real, pressure game for all concerned at Ibrox.

    StevieBC Also Commented

    Bad Money?
    Allegedly…King visited the English FA offices today.

     

    When nobody was looking he nobbled the windows…

     

    so the transfer window simply couldn't close later today…

     

    and the SMSM would have even more time to copy/paste additional, BS, fictitious bids from assorted English clubs.

     

    Well, TRFC could be looking for a MASSIVE, furry squirrel to distract the bears tomorrow morning…

    indecision


    Bad Money?
    As we are subjected to all sorts of misreporting on all things 'Rangers' in the SMSM – and the league has only just kicked off…

     

    I have placed a few wee bets on a Danish team doing me a favour tonight.

    For purely schadenfreude reasons I will watch TRFC play in their EL tie.

     

    …because I think there is a real possibility that the 'Rangers' season will be effectively over by 9pm tonight.

     

    [And I absolutely agree that – in a perfect world – I should be cheering on any and every Scottish team in Europe.  I normally do, but since 2012 I want these particular cheats to lose every single game.]

     

    Fingers & toes crossed!


    Bad Money?
    A bit more 'meat' on the Morelos' bid indecision  in The DR;

     

    "West Brom's Alfredo Morelos transfer bid booted out as Rangers hold firm after 11th hour approach

    The Ibrox side have turfed out a bid from the English Championship side who have until Thursday at 5.00pm to sign players.

    By Scott Burns 23:45, 7 AUG 2019

    Rangers have knocked back a £10million plus approach from West Bromwich Albion for Alfredo Morelos.

    Midlands sources close to West Bromwich Albion have confirmed

    but it wasn’t enough to coax Rangers to the table.

    …"

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    And for such a high profile Ibrox story, why did Jingle Jackson not get an "EXCLUSIVE"?

     

    …and it was conveniently released just before midnight, so less than 1 full day of public ridicule for the DR to endure for this PR p!sh story – until the transfer window slams shut tonight.

     

    Shirley, the bears must be laughing at these 'reports' as well?


    Recent Comments by StevieBC

    Celtic’s Questions to Answer
    It's hard to believe that RIFC would be a delinquent tax payer, but who knows?

    As we saw with Craig Whyte, desperate times can result in desperate measures.

     

    I'm thinking that yes, there could be a significant overdue payment – but payable to any one of a myriad of exasperated suppliers.

    Mibbees a supplier had/has threatened to apply for a Winding Up Petition because RIFC is so overdue with its vendor payments?


    Celtic’s Questions to Answer
    TT, you've omitted the devil incarnate: Hilary Clinton.

    Must be close for top spot?

     

    Andrew should get on the blower to our very own PR guru Traynor.  Well, nobody in the SMSM has ever been allowed to discuss King's dodgy past – including his 42 criminal convictions.  


    Celtic’s Questions to Answer
    Actually, if you read the above DR Rod Petrie article in full…

     

    you will quickly surmise that the guy is delusional.

    Not exaggerating: delusional.

     

    Read it for yourself.


    Celtic’s Questions to Answer
    Headline from the DR;

    "Rod Petrie promises to address the Hampden bugbear that annoys every supporter

    …"

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    Why is the SFA President – Rod Petrie – speaking to the media?

     

    Surely this operational matter should be publicly addressed by the £300K p.a. CEO – Ian Maxwell?


    Celtic’s Questions to Answer
    I just want to know what The Times Scotland was promised, [or threatened with?], for carrying the HMRC nonsense story?

    The Editor must have guessed that there would be huge interest in the story.

    And if only to cover his @rse he would have his in-house business experts validate Traynor's PR p!sh… you would think?

    I suppose in the past, an Editor would have immediately fallen on his sword for bringing his paper – and all of his colleagues – into disrepute?