Comment on JPP: Perverting Justice? by Cluster One.

    Darkbeforedawn 14th October 2018 at 20:01
    Thanks for your thoughts
    build a foundation out of youth prospects, coming through the leagues with a bit of humility accepting what we had done, apologising for the mess and making some friends along the ‘journey’. By the time we were back in the top league we could have built up a nice bit of money in the bank and without the huge chip on our shoulder.
    But would the youth prospects have got you through the leagues? And would a fan base still go to watch a struggling youth trying and maybe not winning the leagues, all the while looking over their shoulders across the river. A dwindling fan base would have seen any nice bit of money disappear to pay the running costs.
    Also Paul Murray would have had issues with becoming a director.

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    Darkbeforedawn 14th October 2018 at 21:35
    I blame the SFA for a lot of this is the fact it is now on record that they knew about the perilous state of the club for a long long time before it came out in the mainstream. Even before the season started White was discussing the idea of an insolvency event and a Phoenix yet they sat back as White continued to spend £3m+ on individual players and buried their head in their hands. Did they also know the extent of the problems under Murray and also sit back and let it happen?
    Which takes us back to why the ibrox fan base hates the SFA so much.Maybe we have all got it wrong all along, and the only reason the ibrox fan base hate the SFA is that they know the SFA knew how perilous a state the club was in all along and they sat back and said nothing and the SFA were of the same view as many fans, many in the media, that Rangers were simply too big to fail, that someone would step in and it just wouldn’t be allowed to happen?
    Thanks to UTH who i borrowed that last part from.

    JPP: Perverting Justice?
    Paradisebhoy 14th October 2018 at 20:57
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    Scotland v Portugal

    Another pathetic performance .
    We had Warburton for England, how long before steven Gerrard for scotland?

    JPP: Perverting Justice?
    Darkbeforedawn 14th October 2018 at 20:34
    I think the squad that was left was more than capable of working up the leagues under the right manager (ie not checkbook mccoist)
    There lies the problem straight away, as from what we found out at the craig whyte trial Ally had a golden contract and if you wanted to get rid that bit of money would have been in the negative before the show got off the ground.

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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.

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    paddy malarkey 20th May 2019 at 15:50
    Feb 2, 2018

    Accountability via Transparency.
    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.