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    Comment on JPP: Perverting Justice? by redlichtie.

    From Companies House today – some movement in the arrangements with Close?  :

    THE RANGERS FOOTBALL CLUB LIMITED

    15 Oct 2018 Satisfaction of charge SC4251590012 in full. (This document is being processed and will be available in 5 days.)

    This refers to :

    13 Feb 2018 Registration of charge SC4251590012, created on 12 February 2018 (Close Leasing Ltd – security over car park (?)/Edmiston House))

    Scottish Football needs a strong Arbroath.

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    Scottish Football Needs A Strong Arbroath


    Recent Comments by redlichtie

    Dear Mr Bankier
    Important Announcement :

    It has come to my attention that Arbroath FC has been living off the proceeds of crime. Apparently some of the members of the club are criminals and have been using the club as a money laundering operation. One of them has been caught by the FBI in the USA engaging in various illegal activities.

    This has been reported to the SFA and the local police. The SFA have suspended the club and barred the Board from any involvement in football. UEFA/FIFA have sent forensic football experts to assist the SFA in sorting out this blight on Scottish Football.

    The police have called on Scotland Yard and Interpol and a major investigation is under way. Tomorrow's Courier and other SMSM will all carry four page exposes of the scandal.

    Scottish Football needs a clean Arbroath.


    Dear Mr Bankier
    Has anyone put together a compilation of the various SMSM in-depth reports on their investigations into DCK's claim of criminal involvement and money laundering at RIFC?

    What an amazing story for the press to get their teeth into!

    SFNASA

     

     


    Dear Mr Bankier
    I think we can confidently look forward to unexpected and unfortunate third party issues further delaying King's devout intent to make an offer under the timetable just agreed with Lady Wolffe & the TOP.

    All outwith Mr King's control of course.

    Scottish Football has a strong Arbroath.


    Dear Mr Bankier
    easyJambo 30th November 2018 at 21:40

    This is how the TOP saw King's last attempt at an appeal.

    http://www.thetakeoverpanel.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Panel-Statement-2018-19.pdf

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    I can see why King would want to limit his exposure by excluding those who had taken part in the new share placement. But why did the TOP not at the same time waive the threshold requirement before the offer became unconditional? That would have had the effect of protecting the non-concert party shareholders. 

     

    The motion at the AGM could then have been voted on in the knowledge that this was the case – just as NOAL/King knowingly voted to include the newly issued shares in their TOP-required offer.

     

    It will certainly be interesting to see the reaction of anyone wishing to sell their shares to NOAL/DCK but being frustrated by the votes derived from newly issued shares making it impossible to achieve the required threshold and hence such a sale.

     

    Scottish Football needs a strong Arbroath.


    Dear Mr Bankier
    Aye, and RIFC are lucky not to have a Chairman and major shareholder with criminal convictions too…..

     

    Scottish Football needs a sense of irony (or maybe hypocrisy).