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    easyJambo 13th December 2018 at 12:36

     

    Thanks for the update to this EJ. Can you say if the cash confirmer identity is something that will be announced publicly or are we to assume compliance ?

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    1. upthehoops 6th December 2018 at 20:0
       

      Does anyone know the answers to the following in terms of the rules:

      1. Whether players playing for Scottish clubs can be wholly or partly owned by a third party?

      2. Whether players playing for Scottish clubs can have their wages paid in part or in full by a third party?

      3. Whether a third party can benefit financially from the sale of players playing for a Scottish club?

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    It's interesting insomuch as a player contracted to a club and wholly owned by that club might be less prone to external influences on his game play and attitude. I accept that agents can still agigtate and speak to 'their' player but this is less binding than ownership per se.I think the EPL are dead against it but how effectively it is policed I dont know.You might try contacting the SFA at registrations@scottishfa.co.uk..I understand they are striving for transparency at every level. 


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    Tangled Up In Blue by Stephen O’Donnell (Book Review)
     

    theredpill 8th September 2019 at 09:53

    https://fanswithoutscarves.org/2019/08/30/bigotry-in-fitba-a-new-tomorrow-part-1/amp/?__twitter_impression=true

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    Thanks for the link trp. I was unaware that the SFA went in to bat for Ajax over the sectarian banner charge nor that it is the tune itself that Uefa insist is sectarian and not just the lyrics of the Billy Boys. So forty thousand fans humming the tune would still be enough to close the stadium.Wonder how they would treat the Dundee choir should they qualify to play in their tournaments.The article does highlight the difference in approach to sectarianism from Uefa and the Scottish football authorities.One is actively trying to eradicate and educate while the other appears to be shrugging it's shoulders. 


    Tangled Up In Blue by Stephen O’Donnell (Book Review)
    wottpi 26th August 2019 at 13:45

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    It's interesting that the discussion point of the match seems focussed on a Celtic player claiming to score. See Craigey…whats he like. The Celtic player may well be on a goal bonus so I can see why he might want to claim he scored.Hearts have their own issues currently and it looks like a handy deflection from a seasoned SPFL manager.

    Oh and I don't think Bayo scored BTW.

     


    Accountability via Transparency.
    Comparing football fans (un)forgiving nature but maybe slightly off message ? Whoops

     

    Matthew Lindsay in The herald…

     

    "Yet, the rebels were, it was subsequently shown, perfectly entitled legally to take such a course of action. Their misgivings about the new club hierarchy, “

     

     

    see the full article

     

    https://www.heraldscotland.com/sport/17620160.matthew-lindsay-rangers-contract-rebels-return-shows-brendan-rodgers-can-make-a-celtic-comeback/


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    John Clark 5th May 2019 at 13:00

     

     

    Sevco/Sevco Scotland.


    Accountability via Transparency.
    The lack of action by the  SFA on the continued sectarian chanting/incursions/pyrotechnics etc is being brought into sharp focus by Derek McInnes's understandable emotional reaction to the incessant taunting endured as he watched his game plan disintegrate.It has to be pointed out though that Celtic have been proactive in partial ground closure and it is good to see Hearts taking a similar stand.To some the Celtic statement is whataboutery, to my mind it is laced with a sense of frustration at the silence of the authorities on these matters for such a long a time.