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    Comment on In Whose Interests by StevieBC.

    Timtim 5th November 2019 at 17:05

    https://www.gersnet.co.uk/index.php/news-category/current-affairs/1094-gersnet-review-of-rangers-accounts-2019

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    Well, I've learned a new BS term to add to my list of financial jargon;

    "…underlying inherent loss…"  cheeky 

     

    Not totally sure what it means, but if you strip out certain operational costs in the hope they are non-recurring, and you reduce other operational costs just because…

    then you come up with a loss figure which – perhaps unsurprisingly – is much lower than the audited number.

     

    But, I think the author has been honest.

    Mibbees a Freudian slip, but RIFC is indeed an inherent, loss making company.

    Always has been – and always will be – loss making.

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    In Whose Interests
    Mordecai 12th November 2019 at 13:59

    Interesting analysis by JJ on the feasibility of a Morelos Transfer to the EPL:

    https://johnjamessite.com/2019/11/12/el-buffalos-governing-body-endorsement/

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    Fair play: JJ can indeed produce decent articles.

     

    Every Bampot should read it: valuable insights to the whole 'player's work permit' process.


    In Whose Interests
    easyJambo 12th November 2019 at 12:46

    The SPFL's annual report to 31 May 2019 has just been published by Companies House…

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    Can't say I took much notice at the time of the appointment,

    but how prescient that the TRFC MD – Stewart Robertson – was made an SPFL Ltd. Director, as recently as July 22nd. this year?

    indecision


    In Whose Interests
    Forget about the dwindling support for the Scotland team…

     

    it looks like the players don't want to be involved either.

     

    And who can blame them?


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    J.J it's 'simply the best' confirmation of King being a shadow director: coming from Gerrard, no less.

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    It might take an outsider like the SMSM dubbed 'Mad Vlad' to enter Scottish football: someone who will just not take their nonsense – and just might rag doll the SFA through the courts?

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    OK, call me cynical but…

     

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    but, I hadn't heard of their new German manager Stendel, before now.

    And it seems that Budge took her time to get her preferred choice.

    On the face of it: a brave decision to try a new direction?

     

    Are the Hearts fans generally in favour of the appointment?

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