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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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    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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    In Whose Interests
    Allyjambo 20th September 2019 at 13:34
    and, assuming a buyer with a bit of cash is sitting around the corner, may very well offload so much of the debt that the new owner will only have to finance the wage bill. Onerous, but certainly manageable to the right RRM. TRFC would still have to cope with a points deduction and any UEFA fallout, which would both cause financial damage, but the eventual upshot would be a club on a stronger footing than it is currently.
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    https://twitter.com/ClusterOne2/status/1175117928074813441/photo/1
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    As you can see from the link…I hope.
    The last new owner only had to finance the wage bill they squandered £70 Million in two years. And the share price in RIFC had slumped to 22p.
    22p was known as a slump back then.


    In Whose Interests
    Allyjambo 20th September 2019 at 12:04
    The Close Brothers’ deal/security and Ashley scenario might well put paid to their plans, though.

    UEFA, however, will also not be so accommodating, and certainly questioning of the SFA’s pathetic oversight of a known overspending club. Expulsion of the club and a ban from Europe might well follow as a clear breach of FFP regulations will be evident.
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    And all will be blamed by the fans of ibrox for punishing the club.


    In Whose Interests
    Timtim 19th September 2019 at 09:15
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    Alan Brazil has said on radio that there is a major problem at the top at Ibrox with owner in big trouble , would all come out soon.
    Timtim 19th September 2019 at 16:48
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    The way Brazil is talking it sounds like an unknown matter and the Ashley situation is already in the mainstream
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    If not the Ashley situation how would Alan Brazil be privy to what is going on with king? and the goings on behind ibrox doors.
    If Mr Brazil has said there may be trouble ahead, has he been told to leak this news?


    In Whose Interests
    Jingso.Jimsie 16th September 2019 at 11:08
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    @ Cluster One 15th September 2019 at 20:43:

    I’m struggling to think of a RRM (ex-player or manager of RFC/TRFC, as it may be time for the Boards of RIFC & TRFC to ‘circle the wagons’) who would be qualified to be (or would want the position of) DoF at Ibrox.
    https://rangers.co.uk/news/headlines/mark-allen-appointed-dof/
    “He is a man of vision who has achieved great success with Manchester City’s Academy. He has excellent contacts in football but also the business world and he will be a great asset to Rangers.
    “We said we would not rush into an appointment as we wanted the right candidate and we feel Mark is the best man for the job. We look forward to working with him closely in the years ahead in what will be an important role at the Club.”
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    Big shoes to fill whoever gets the gig and there first job will be to try and offload a few at ibrox.Maybe they are just taking their time not to rush into an appointment as they want the right candidate. Who would take it though?


    In Whose Interests
    upthehoops 15th September 2019 at 19:48
    I have to admit I love a good conspiracy theory, especially when at a loose end on a Sunday night,
    So it has not escaped my notice that some theories on Mark Allen’s surprise departure from Ibrox are emerging on social media.
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    The bigger surprise that i have not seen asked is will he be replaced?
    Down ibrox way they like a good comparison and a link to some name that they have no hope of getting over the ibrox threshold.So far no link to anyone, very strange as this gets the smsm free reign to link the ibrox club to anyone and everyone and fills the back pages.