Comment on Does Money Indeed Ruin Football? by Cluster One.

    Trisidium 11th March 2019 at 10:27
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    John Clark
    There is of course the argument that the maintenance of sectarianism, racism and tribalism, all of which is readily monetised, is one of the main drivers of corruption in the sport.
    Ridding ourselves of that, despite the best endeavours of the football authorities, at well have a beneficent knock-on effect at Hampden.
    That time the SFA fined Charles Green for making alleged racist remarks.

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    Allyjambo 10th March 2019 at 09:43
    I think there is much more for clubs, particularly small clubs, to fear in the way of fallout, just ask those of whom Super Ally demanded, ‘Who are these people? We have a right to know?’

    I believe there is a genuine fear of severe physical abuse amongst those running Scottish football clubs (and the game’s governors) should they ever highlight, in any way, the corruption surrounding Rangers (IL) or TRFC. – and not without good cause.
    Gary Allan QC did call out Ally for putting him his family and others in danger.Oct 27, 2012.
    At what point do clubs start to stand up for themselves and say enough is enough.

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    Why did rangers go bust? …….the club was then Liquidated and it’s assets sold to charles Green.
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    naegreetin 14th November 2019 at 11:47
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    Re : Squirrels

    Could be several reasons why this HMRC deflection has been introduced – possibly decisions from the SFA re CAS as suggested above or maybe re King’s Fit & Proper status after the cold shouldering –
    Forgot all about that, kings fit and proper. God they are taking there time are they not.

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    StevieBC 14th November 2019 at 10:00
    1) For money.

    Soften up the fan base before asking for cash, donations, etc.?
    From the link i posted yesterday.
    LF: We had between 700-1000 new members in the week or two after the Mike Ashley share purchase and I think because it removed his influence from the club, you can’t underestimate or underplay the significance of the purchase, not just for Club 1872 because it saw us become the second largest shareholder, but for Rangers as well.
    When there is a crisis more fans join club 72.
    Has the membership eroded that much? Club 1872 – 2,500,000 – £500,000.
    With king not taking part in this latest share issue, is this a call to arms to get more members to join club 72, as it is beginning to look like club 72s money is all they have left to plunder and if there is not enough members(donations) it’s a bleak outlook for the ibrox club,company thing.

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    John Clark 14th November 2019 at 00:45
    John McClelland, the former Rangers chairman, says that ambiguity over the…”

    What a load of absolute cobblers! The downfall was caused by the serial cheating by SDM, whether it was ten quid or 50 million, the man was a cheat.
    John McClelland EBT. £225,000 . Appointed a director in 2000. Chairman from 2002 to 2004.