Comment on Celtic’s Questions to Answer by Cluster One.

    Oh! Hello
    Having trouble logging in,
    On a different browser that i’m just not sure off. Anyway thanks to the fine chap from SFM via email that is helping me out here.The problem may be my side of things.
    AGM tomorrow for the ibrox fan base, Nice to see Mr Alistair Johnston has flown or jetted over to join Mr king. Maybe the two of them can ask the SFA if they are both yet passed as fit and proper. Mr Johnston has been waiting for an answer for a few years now and Mr king must be desperate to know after his cold shoulder. Just how bad is your company if a corrupt cartel like the SFA can’t find a way to pass these two guys fit and proper?

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    Celtic’s Questions to Answer
    On the pyrotechnics. (In this day and age). if the fans and the clubs think it adds something and they can work together on a solution,there must be some kind of water based vapour that can create a coloured specticle that does not harm fans or is against any rules.
    The first company that could come up with something like that may make a fortune.
    I don’t like the danger in the pyrotechnics myself, but if some kind of safe solution could be found.

    Celtic’s Questions to Answer
    I have been thinking about the ibrox, HMRC  issue of last week and why the story broke and died. The only thing i can come up with is. 1. The ex players who had EBT's have handed the ibrox club their side letters indemnify them that this (same club) will pay.

    A lawyer working for a number of ex players handing a collective bill for this (same club)to pay would have sent shockwaves round ibrox.

    So how to deal with something like that and not letting go of same club myth (the side letters are worthless against this new club)

    Shout from the roof tops and blame the tax man.

    It is the only thing i can come up with to explain the non HMRC story of last week.

    Celtic’s Questions to Answer
    Homunculus 23rd November 2019 at 14:41
    Of course there is going to be a cash injection at Ibrox.

    There has to be or the business will fold.
    Club 72 asked to donate. (I mean invest) again. But with only a short spell from the last club 72 donation (i mean investment) How much can club 72 gather over three months?)

    Recent Comments by Cluster One

    Resolution 12 & The Broken Bond
    StevieBC 11th December 2019 at 19:22
    Still think he’ll be gone before the end of January
    If results go against him in the next few weeks i believe he will be gone. And if results go against him, and he does go, who do the ibrox fans turn to for guidence?
    King the main focal point has departed into the shadows. Would Robertson or park welcome the attention? None seem to crave the limelight like king did.
    bect67 11th December 2019 at 20:54
    “Rangers would’ve gone on to win had the goal been chalked off for offside”
    …………………How does he know that? Celtic played better with ten men, maybe they could have gone on to win, Maybe if celtic had another shot on target they would have scored again, maybe if the ibrox club had another 100 shots on target the wall would have shut them out.
    I’m actually enjoying the all round squirming regarding the game.
    They know they will never get a better chance, that is why the cries from the four corners.
    paddy malarkey 11th December 2019 at 21:50

    I think the problem for a lot of TRFC fans is that in their heads , they’d already won the cup
    With a £50 mill striker what could go wrong.

    Resolution 12 & The Broken Bond
    So after a defeat by celtic and the ibrox club missing out on a lucrative money opportunity of their first major trophy, (and the prospect of going no further in europe) the ibrox club are said to be in talks to give some old players new deals and give Steven Gerrard a new contract. If this increase in wage bill starts in January?

    Have the ibrox club gone mad? Did they not read the accounts? Do they forget Mr Ashley is just round the corner? Do they remember Memorial walls?

    Or do the ibrox club see the monster coming over the hill and are trying to get the best compensation available for manager and players?

    Resolution 12 & The Broken Bond
    Rangers chairman Dave King’s status as “fit and proper” will be discussed by the Scottish FA at their next board meeting after he was sanctioned by the Takeover panel.
    Does anyone know if this was ever discussed?
    If it was, what was the outcome?
    Will the public be made aware of any conclusion to these discusions?

    Resolution 12 & The Broken Bond
    Out and about at the moment, Seen the final in a Bar that was more one side than the other. The more side were very vocal in their determination to win (I believe like me they must have realised this would have been their best chance of a Trophy, this will have been their strongest team, after Jan i can see it weakened, so this was their best chance of a trophy. They played well in the first half and celtic played so poor.
    There best chance. playing a poor playing celtic.
    Playing on a surface that would not suit celtic’s passing game. Played against ten men celtic. Got awarded a penalty and could still not win
    Oh! when the goal went in i was the vocal one amoungst the cries of despair, and as i pointed out to one of the many. The cream always rises to the top.

    Resolution 12 & The Broken Bond
    Rangers’ liquidators, BDO, are due to issue a Report to Creditors early next week.

    Expect it will have a total due to HMRC of about £50m. About £30m for BTC (£22m underpayment + £8m compounded interest). Rest for WTC and Whyte non-remittance.

    Not a chance they could have paid.
    Rangers Tax-Case
    Just a follow on to the conversation we had yesterday that the BDO report will be out soon.