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    https://twitter.com/fackillthebill/status/1105211637424967681?s=21

    Double standards anyone?

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    Bill1903@09.55

    "The board stuck with it and we paid off all our debts, we took our blows and with some friends around the club we got rid of the best part of of £15m of debt.” 

    From the DR article. 


    Does Money Indeed Ruin Football?
    https://twitter.com/ianwright0/status/1105367039063932929?s=21

    I should have copyrighted this idea.


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    PaddyMalarkey@22.45

    There’s no Hampden gigs on that list however Eminem played Hampden a few years ago and I know from personal experience there were a large number of that particular artists’ fans arrested on the night. There were also the same issues when Oasis were at Hampden. The Robbie Williams crowd are no angels either.


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    In Whose Interests
    There’s been a lot of smoke machines and mirrors put in position over the last few days. In times past Mr King has shown himself to be a master of the deus  ex machina plot device to extricate himself from tricky financial situations. The South African tax authorities did manage to corner him once but he avoided jail time. If PMGB has called it correctly then he faces the same fate as Julius Caesar in the Senate as his one time confederates conspire to remove him from office. Such a manoeuvre in my opinion is the only way it can happen as the football authorities and a compliant media remain in thrall of the famous Glasgow Rangers*.


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    StevieBC@13.22

    Seems to me that there is very large direct bill about to come through the letterbox at Ibrox.

     


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    https://twitter.com/roadto2022/status/1170790354695540736?s=21

    It’s 2 years away but the marketing is starting in earnest. Since it’s quiet like.


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    JohnClark@00.08

    At the risk of causing your blood pressure to go through the roof I wonder if you noticed the publication of Theresa May’s honours list as departing PM? The Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police received an honour as well as a businessman who until fairly recently was being investigated by the Met over allegations of serious fraud. What a coincidence eh?


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    Timtim@20.24

    The resignation of Mark Allen is significant especially in the light of Wes Foderingham deciding to just wait out his contract.