Comment on Fantastic Voyage .. by Cluster One.

    easyJambo 14th September 2018 at 14:23
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    Auldheid has posted a link on Twitter to a new etims blog, to which he has contributed, which is a review and update on the LNS decision as it relates to the WTC and non-disclosure of documents by the club, when it was in the hands of the administrators.


    Given that the payments to De Boer (and Flo) under the DOS ebt with side letters were clearly detailed along with the justification HMRC had for collection under Extended Limits (over 6 years) , which was RFC had denied the existence of those side letters to HMRC, then why was there no sufficiently clear evidence unless it was deliberately not provided to SPL lawyers by RFC Administrators Paul Clark and David Whitehouse as part of the SPL investigation beginning 5th March 2012, months before LNS provided his reasons?

    How it was reported on March 6th 2012.

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    Fantastic Voyage ..
    slimjim 14th September 2018 at 18:22

    “The tribunal accepted the clubs submission that the video footage clearly showed that the force of the kick towards an opponent was not excessive and did not use brutality.

    Something that cannot be said of the McGregor/Ajer incident

    Fantastic Voyage ..
    Also reported at the time March 6th 2012.
    The SPL inquiry will start as far back as July 1998 and likely continue right up to 2010.

    Fantastic Voyage ..
    Also late.

    The McGregor/Ajer incident.

    I would have loved it if someone from the smsm had asked Ajer about it and he replied.

    I will get him back in the next game blush

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