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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. 

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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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    UTH@14.35

    This “anomaly” was commented on here a short time ago with specific reference to Alan McGregor as he (as per Traverso) played for both iterations of Rangers. It was pointed out at that time that he qualified because it happened under SFA jurisdiction. JJ concurs with this too but is also pointing out that Rangers only have 4 homegrown players in their EL squad. I have not looked into it any further but there is now the potential for a complaint. If this is against the rules then the SFA have another question to answer re Rangers and European football. 

     


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    Nawlite@11.34

    Without condoning the offensive chanting it looks like the FA are cracking down on the small clubs. It must be a thing as the SFA have previous for the same type of behaviour.


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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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    Smugas@08.23

    That boxing promoter lad would be Mr Barry Hearn. He spoke at the SFA’s inaugural convention a few years back. Was there another one? 

    I don’t think his advice was what the SFA wanted to hear though. From a Tom English article 

    “If there was any doubt about it then he disabused folk right from the get-go. "I'm not an expert on Scottish football," he told the assembled cast of chairmen, chief executives and committee men and women of all kinds. "Listening to your [financial] figures, doesn't seem like you are either."”