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    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.
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    That time the SFA fined Charles Green for making alleged racist remarks.
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    We won't have to listen to the build up for an old firm semi Thank god.


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    Homunculus 10th March 2019 at 21:23 ……………  I Never go to the Darksideblush I suppose i just don't want to show myself what i have read of that site.


    Does Money Indeed Ruin Football?
    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.
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    Gary Allan QC did call out Ally for putting him his family and others in danger.Oct 27, 2012.
    https://mobile.twitter.com/ClusterOne2/status/1104705103066468353?p=v
    At what point do clubs start to stand up for themselves and say enough is enough.


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    Bad Money?
    https://mobile.twitter.com/ClusterOne2/status/1149742743633190913?p=v
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    A small question if i may.
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    But charles Green’s Sevco scotland ltd will be lucky to see £25,000 of that sum.
    The ruling body’s financial year ends in May, although certain payments, like the UEFA solidarity money won’t arrive until August or early September.
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    Do all SPL clubs get a share of this UEFA solidarity money?
    Did charles Green’s sevco scotland receive any of this UEFA solidarity money?
    Or was maybe a share of this solidarity money also held back?


    Bad Money?
    John Clark 12th July 2019 at 17:15
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    Thanks again JC.


    Bad Money?
    StevieBC 11th July 2019 at 17:05
    RANGERS appear to have brought the No12 jersey out of retirement. Gers announced in 2012 that they would dedicate the number to fans who supported the club through administration and liquidation…”
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    That reminded me of this for some reason.
    https://www.msn.com/en-gb/sport/scottish-premiership/alfredo-morelos-to-be-fined-by-rangers-with-money-going-to-fans/ar-BBVs7dh
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    Did they ever get that money i wonder.


    Bad Money?
    bect67 11th July 2019 at 10:50
    That’s the best I can think of because, like you, I think “where is the money coming from”? (FFP my ****!)

    But – who knows what DCK is thinking? Whatever he’s doing, could blow up by Christmas.
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    We have been down this road before i believe.
    If the player is valued at say £4mill
    Pay the first installment, hope the player play’s well and the SMSM hype on top. Sell the player before the last installment of the transfer is due, get your fee for the player then pay off the last installment to the club that you got the player from. The player may have been transfered for say £4mill but £4mill may not be in the coffers at this time. It becomes a juggling act in the hope that the player plays good and you can sell at a quick profit, but if the player is not so good or gets injured there could be trouble ahead.It is the Headline £4mill player just to make them look relevant and on some kind of par with celtic. The trouble with this kind of scheme is it can blow up in your face (see pedro transfers)and you are stuck with players on a high wage that you just can’t sell and who will just sit on their contract. But all the time it is the wage bill that is draining.
    If you have been following the ibrox saga you will know that kicking the can down the road is applied to everything.
    They are a kick the can down the road type of club.


    Bad Money?
    John Clark 10th July 2019 at 11:04
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    Thanks JC.
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    Ex Ludo 10th July 2019 at 12:23
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    I read this morning on one of the more entertaining Celtic facing websites that Rangers* may have fielded an ineligible player (Alan McGregor) in their EL qualifier yesterday evening. The honest mistake apparently is that although Mr McGregor is listed on the squad list he wasn’t a development player for his present club. I’m not concerned because I’m fully confident that the SFA will have the matter in hand.
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    https://mobile.twitter.com/ClusterOne2/status/1147754977487667200/photo/1
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    There may be some mileage in that.