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    ClusterOne@20.32 yesterday.

    Interesting re the virtual currency. I think we’re half way there already in a general sense through using contactless payment. I have a friend whose son lives and works in Sweden and the use of cash over there is almost nil. Of course the other side of that coin is that begging in the street has stopped because no-one carries cash. Looks to me like more people are being marginalised and not just football supporters.

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    Dear Mr Bankier
    https://www.thecourier.co.uk/fp/opinion/jim-spence/505460/jim-spence-changing-football-club-ownership-model/

    Since it might be a long wait for a statement here’s a piece from the pen of one J Spence to while away the time.


    Dear Mr Bankier
    Since everybody is transfixed by Westminster today here’s a wee update.

    https://twitter.com/pmacgiollabhain/status/1072807898164719616?s=21


    Dear Mr Bankier
    Homunculus@21.27

    Return of the prodigal? (no pun intended) Maybe have to bring back Mr McCoist if things continue to slip away from Stevie Gerrard. 


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    I had a read through today’s JJ blog on your prompting. It’s familiar territory for JJ and I would agree with you that he’s wading into deep water with the number of actors he cites by name. There is a digital book out shortly so today’s offering may be a teaser and there might be more lurid material available at a price.


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