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Comment on On Grounds for Judicial Review by paddy malarkey.

Should CFC manage to qualify for CL group stages, Ill be looking out for a Club 1872 statement congratulating them on their achievement , and for the solidarity payment heading the way of TRFC (or does it go to RIFC ?).

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Commiserations to the Jambo twins on the appointment of your new manager .  4-6-0 or the more adventurous 5-5-0 ?

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If Pedro exits, couldn’t they bring back one of the EBT guys to work off the loan ? Save a wage ?  Is that not how it works ?

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CLUSTER ONEAUGUST 17, 2017 at 21:56

Seems to be always always you .  but  Scottish fitba is fecked presently . Are we going with the “nothing happened ” scenario , or that shite did , and for the survival of the business model we all need to think of the survival of our club . We did our bit when we were close to extinction and most RFC/TRFC guys and gals I know were willing to do the same . They were never given the opportunity, in my opinion . What you have now is a support that either go “hard core”or are “papist/taig/tarrier/ apoligists . We seem to be fighting the battles of the 70s all over again . P S Peter Tosh is live from 1983 on BBC Radio 6 presently 

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Is it just me that thinks the English commentators and summarisers (?) were hoping for a Croatian victory so they could say they lost to the eventual winners ? It sounds like it to me . 

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RIP Davie McParland

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Haven’t seen this posted . Another good yin gone .

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BAD CAPT MADMANJULY 7, 2018 at 15:03                                                                                                             FRom SPFL Rules and Regs .                                                                                                   
Clubs to Register ColoursG29 By 1st June (or such othe as may be fixed from time to time by the Board) ineach year, all Clubs shall submit to the Company written details of their first,second and, where applicable, third choice colours (of shirts, shorts and socks).G30 The first and second choice colours must be different and distinct.G31 The colours registered by each Club shall be worn during the following Season andno changes either in the colours or the combination of colours shall be permittedduring the course of the season except in the circumstances set out in Rule G37 orwith the prior approval of the Board.G32 A Club may, at its discretion, register third choice colours, which must be differentand distinct from its first and second choices.G33 Subject to the provisions of Rules G35, G37 and G38 Clubs are required to weartheir first choice colours in all League Matches and Play-Off Matches, save that aClub shall be permitted to play a maximum of four Home League Matches in anySeason in colours which are not the first choice, provided that the Company, theopposing Club and the Referee appointed for such League Match have beenadvised in writing not less than 48 hours before such League Match and theReferee (whose responsibility shall relate to the match in question only in this 61regard) shall determine whether each Club can wear its first choice colours in anygiven League Match or Play-Off Match in order to ensure compliance with RulesG35, G37 and G38.G34 Each Club shall submit a sample of its registered colours to the Secretary by 30thJune each year, such samples to be retained for the duration of the Season.G35 No Club shall be permitted to play in shirts the colour of which is likely to causeconfusion with the outfit worn by the Match Officials.G36 The obligations of Rule G29 are additional to any obligations to submit club coloursto the Scottish FA in accordance with the Scottish FA Articles

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I sent an email to Hummel questioning the wisdom of releasing an orange TRFC (mandarin) top , given the colours association with sectarianism in the West of Scotland , and the damage to their brand by this association , and received the following . (They basically declined to comment).

Thank you for your enquiry. 

Traditionally a Third Kit is very different in colour to the home and away kits and it is not unusual these days to depart from the traditional club colours for this purpose.
If you’re looking for further explanation, please contact The Rangers club. 

Have a great day!

Med venlig hilsen / Best regards

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