TSFM, I posted earlier for an explanation as to why two …

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I posted earlier for an explanation as to why two recent posts of mine were deleted.

I may have missed a response, but I would like to know what rules were broken, for future reference.

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The Elephant in the Room
As the game in Scotland stands just now, no repuable company would wish to be associated with it, hence the reliance on betting companies, those parasites of the common man.
Furthermore, if TRFC were to officially deny Admin rumours and, Heaven forfend, an insolvency event were to occur, it would place the clumpany in a tricky position.

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BLUAUGUST 16, 2017 at 12:09
Thanks for the reply.
Not only were Celtic restricted in their business, but other clubs, like Hearts,who were denied a Euro place, due to granting of a licence under dubious circumstances.
Events have caught up with our exchanges, in that the Celtic Supporters Ass. reps have just reported on a meeting they had with Doncaster and Mc.Kenzie.
I don’t think that Celtic have officially called for a JR, but there are moves afoot to seek one.
Auldheid and BRTH are the men to explain what is happening there.
It was disclosed at that meeting that although Celtic were the only club to call for an Independent review publicly, the SPFL Board, with the support of the clubs, backed the call.
Fear is the reason that none of them spoke out. Memories of the trouble that visited Raith Rovers, after Turnbull Hutton’s stance, including an attempt to burn Starks Park.
Celtic’s power in Scottish football translates to one vote in the chambers of power.
Same as every other club…and so it should.
However, any business, and football is a business, should have the right to develop their enterprises in a fair market.
Scottish football has not been that for at least the last twenty years. It is the SFA’s responsibility to ensure the conditions prevail that all clubs can operate to their own limits, without the nonsense that they have protected and sanctioned.
They have been found out and exposed.
If they are unwilling or unable to reform, then they have to go. If not, then I would like my club to leave their corrupt operations.
Not feasible, I know, but it is the only honourable option.
It is not a Celtic v TRFC thing, even though many would like it to be seen as such.
It is up to 41 clubs to see that your Armageddon scenario doesn’t happen.
I don’t think I can add any more to the subject…..for now!

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JOHN CLARKAUGUST 15, 2017 at 23:36

Amen to that.#serendipity.

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BLUAUGUST 15, 2017 at 14:38

To date, I may be wrong, but Celtic are the only club to publicly state their disquiet at the silence from the authorities, re any ramifications of the Supreme Court verdict.
They have asked for a review of the LNS conclusions. They also expressed concern at the time.
It would appear that all other clubs are happy to operate under the status quo, even though it has been exposed as a corrupt sham.
The grounds for seeking to leave are connected to the inability to pursue their business in an open and fair environment, which can have a detrimental effect on investors and shareholders, as well as an emotional effect on supporters.
Recent events have shown how physically unsafe Ibrox is and that is before you consider structural safety.
There is no appetite, there’s that word again, either in political. football or media circles to push for meaningful change and certainly not amongst “diddy”, (your word, not mine) clubs.
Personally, I think that those are enough grounds to kick the dust of Scottish football from our heels.
As to whom you apply and where do you go, that is the uanswerable question.
It would have to be by invitation, as in the case of Derry City, when their playing invironment became intolerable.
It would all be needless,if the aforementioned stakeholders, for once, acted in the name of integrity and for the proper good of the game.

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Sometimes, very rarely, actually, I have a certain sympathy for Scottish journalists.
I think their main fault is in trying to keep hold of their job in a small theatre of action.
None of them are free to write whatever they want. They are controlled by editors and owners.
In Scotland, that is about two or three entities.
Anyone scribe who submits a critical piece on the glaring issues in the game, would first of all find his article spiked….closely followed by his P45 on his desk.

As in the game in general, the supporter, reader, customer, is the one with the ultimate power.
Another wee thought.
In the absence of any vocal demand from the other 40 clubs, for a proper J R,
Would Celtic have a case to present to ? for relocation?
As thing stands, Scottish football is not a fair or safe place for the club to conduct it’s business.
All that would be unnecessary if the combined authorities in Scotland acted in a manner that would cleanse the game from all it’s evils.

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