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

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    Does Money Indeed Ruin Football?
    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.

    Does Money Indeed Ruin Football?
    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.
    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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    Accountability via Transparency.
    sickofitall 23rd May 2019 at 21:12
    ……………June 18 i believe

    Accountability via Transparency.
    The Panel noted that the Huws Gray Alliance League Rule 7 states that any “club to have played an ineligible player in a league fixture will be dealt with by the management committee. If found guilty they will be deducted three points per game and fined a maximum of two hundred pounds per instance.”

    As Bangor City had played ‘Player A’ in 11 (eleven) matches, the Panel decided that Bangor City Football Club should have 33 (thirty-three) points deducted from their Huws Gray Alliance League record for the 2018/2019 season.

    The Panel noted that ‘Player B’ had participated in 11 (eleven) matches, 8 (eight) of which were the same matches as ‘Player A’. The Panel felt that the punishment of a three-point deduction per match for the eight matches that both ‘Player A’ and ‘Player B’ has participated in was sufficient. However, the Panel determined that with the three remaining matches that ‘Player B’ had participated in between October 2018 and December 2019, which ‘Player A’ did not participate in, there should be a 3-point deduction per offence. Hence, the Panel decided that Bangor City should have an additional 9 (nine) points deducted from their Huws Gray Alliance League record for the 2018/2019 season.

    Therefore, the Panel decided that a total of 42 points are to be deducted from Bangor City’s Huws Gray Alliance League record for the 2018/2019 season.
    The Welsh FA don’t mess about.

    Accountability via Transparency.
    paddy malarkey 20th May 2019 at 15:50
    Feb 2, 2018

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    StevieBC 19th May 2019 at 14:45
    Do you have this weeks winning lottery numbers?
    How will they all react IF Killie gives Steve Clarke a tremendous send off with a home win today – and secure their highest league position for several decades?

    Accountability via Transparency.
    One for the court guys.
    This could be interesting in what may be said.