Comment on JPP: Perverting Justice? by Jingso.Jimsie.



    14th October 2018 at 21:35  


    …Whilst I’m not condoning anything that went on, and none of the events of 2012 sit well with me, it was at the time completely unprecedented events…'


    …Except it wasn't.


    What happened at Ibrox in 2012 is an everyday occurrence in the business world. Companies go bust every day. (How many companies associated with Murray, Whyte & Green have ceased trading over the years?)


    The football authorities attempted to manage their part of it as an in-house sporting matter. Why they did that, with their highly-paid CEO & hard-headed businessmen on their committees has always puzzled me. 



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    11th October 2018 at 14:28  


    The Ibrox side are just about to start spending big.

    They have struck oil underneath the Albion Car Park…'



    I'm so old that I immediately starting singing the theme song from 'The Beverly Hillbillies' when I read that.


    'Oil that is, black gold, Texas tea' etc. etc…




    JPP: Perverting Justice?
    Big success for the 'Gers today:




    RFC? Shouldn't that be followed by '2012 (IL)?


    Still, break out #winning

    JPP: Perverting Justice?


    “It must be proven beyond a reasonable doubt. It must be a wilful defiance of the court. It must be a contemptuous defiance of this court…


    …It is not sufficient on the part of the petitioner to say to the court here is an order that hasn’t been complied with.”


    As with the JPP & its 'petulant' kicks, 'petulant', rather than 'wilful', defiance of a court order is a defence/justification! Unbelievable.


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    easyJambo 7th December 2018 at 17:19



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    'upthehoops 6th December 2018 at 20:09


    Does anyone know the answers to the following in terms of the rules:

    1. Whether players playing for Scottish clubs can be wholly or partly owned by a third party?

    2. Whether players playing for Scottish clubs can have their wages paid in part or in full by a third party?

    3. Whether a third party can benefit financially from the sale of players playing for a Scottish club?

    Asking for a friend!'



    Let's consult the SFA Handbook 2018-19, shall we, particularly the part dealing with Registration Procedures? You're looking for Section 20, which starts on page 176.




    I'd cut & paste it, but it won't format correctly.


    My interpretation is that the answer to Q1 & 2 would be 'No'. Re Q3: there is provision within the regulations for a third party to benefit from a transfer, but only if it's a previous club receiving due payment from a sell-on clause  (but I don't think that's why you're asking!).


    So come on, spill the beans 




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    Ex Ludo 29th November 2018 at 07:52


    Lots happening in our wee game. I for one am also looking forward to some mouth watering matches this weekend. Of course Solihull vs Blackpool will take some beating. Thank goodness it’s being broadcast live in Scotland by the BBC. 



    Dundee Utd v. Ayr Utd on BBC Alba on Friday night – k.o.1945.


    Should be a good game & will beat Solihull v. Blackpool into a cocked hat…

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    Dear Mr Bankier
    chill ultra 22nd November 2018 at 08:37


    I understand the thrust of your post, but that's not how the trademark system works.


    When one applies for a trademark, it's customary to apply across as as many categories as possible.


    There's a couple of reasons for that.


    One is to protect your mark from others who may wish to 'piggyback' on your name/ mark/goodwill in categories you haven't got covered. The other is to future-proof your mark as much as you can.


    There may be others; I'm not a lawyer.