Comment on Resolution 12 & The Broken Bond by scottc.

    Lindsell Train stuff is interesting. Turns out I have Celtic in my pension fund then

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    Resolution 12 & The Broken Bond

    bordersdon 3rd December 2019 at 20:28


    How many bears will be like you then? coolcoolcool


    angry Quite a few I imagine.




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    In Whose Interests

    Smugas   1st November 2019 at 21:22


    How are everyone interpreting that Laird announcement.  He’s putting up a £5m facility.  But it almost reads like he’s covering the entire shortfall whatever that may be.  Brave lad…


    Pretty sure the same 'promise' was made by Oasis but when push came to shove, they had to find the money elsewhere

    In Whose Interests

    StevieBC 16th September 2019 at 11:52


    I was trying to access the SFA financial accounts to do a bit of analysis.  Was too tight to pay for access online, but got some key highlighlights off Duedil.

    No need to pay Duedil StevieBC. Access all the filings via the companies House Beta service. Accounts are here




    I really need to get back into visiting the site more regularly indecision

    Tangled Up In Blue by Stephen O’Donnell (Book Review)
    The new maths

    6-700 seats can be made to appear as 3000, just by saying so. Do UEFA actually count them or just take the team at their word?

    Bad Money?

    finnmccool 4th August 2019 at 02:51

    If the 'soft' loans given to TRIFC were converted to shares does this mean that any inter-company loans, if indeed they were classed as such, to TRFC would then be cancelled?

    It's a fair question. The loans to RIFC were converted to get round the UEFA FFP rules. However, if the loans to TRFC still exist as debt then surely the 'club' have not got round the rules at all and would still be in breach, although I guess that would really depend on what the accounts say, re income and expenditure at TRFC level

    Bad Money?

    tykebhoy 11th July 2019 at 13:55

    If you can't completely fill 18 – 21 then you can't fill any of 22-25 and therefore have an A list squad of less than 21.  If you can fill 18-21 but can't completely fill 22-25 then your A list is 21, 22 or 23 players.


    Not sure that''s right, Tykebhoy. Annex H list several cases where the 'club trained' allocation is not filled entirely but List A includes several 'association trained' players