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    Comment on Resolution 12 & The Broken Bond by macfurgly.

    Auldheid 2nd December 2019 at 22:35

    Thanks for the extended reply.

    I had my tinfoil hat on when I typed the last one, and it's on again now for the reason you allude to.

    Regardless of the financial situation at Ibrox by the 2011/12 season, if Celtic had evidence by then that it was they, and not RFC, who should have been playing Malmo, then I can envisage a situation where all parties, Celtic, the SFA and UEFA were keen to find a way out of a mess with ripple effects across European football where all felt vulnerable and ideally one that did not involve a formal paper trail. If that evidence emerged after Valentine's Day 2012 the same would hold, albeit on a different time frame. I take your point about the letter of Dec. 2011.

    Pure uninformed speculation on my part, but it's time to get the tinfoil hat off, it's making me paranoid.

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    John Clark 4th December 2019 at 13:56

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    Be prepared to duck if that exocet is launched. There's going to be a hell of a bang.


    Resolution 12 & The Broken Bond
    Auldheid 1st December 2019 at 20:44

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    From the VC article:

    "Why Lawwell doesn’t want UEFA to take a look and give their verdict can lead to only one conclusion- Celtic have something to hide in this, there is something that they’d rather keep quiet about".

    That sense has been growing with me for some time, but what could it be?

    On the basis of no evidence whatsoever, is it possible that Celtic fronted up the SFA in late 2011 or early 2012, they held their hands up, and a deal was done behind the scenes, possibly with UEFA involved, which all parties want to remain undiscovered?


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