The views and opinions of the Scottish fans who last …

Comment on Time for Scots Government to Take Bull by the Horns by Cluster One.

The views and opinions of the Scottish fans who last Saturday threw up their hands in joy and held their heads in despair all within 90 seconds or so suffer from that lack of representation. As deals are done in secret and “announcements” made over innovations and changes they are collectively silent through the funded organisation established to represent them; at best that organ is muted.
From the very good blog above.
And something i was reading up on from Mr Regan in 2014.
Regan said: “You can never be complacent in anything. Football relies on everyone involved in it being honest, transparent up-front and anything that jeopardies that has to be dealt with.

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Time for Scots Government to Take Bull by the Horns
JOHN CLARKJULY 20, 2017 at 23:18
I cannot now remember for sure where I read that. I think it might have been one of Charlotte’s tapes or emails ,round about the time of the ‘Youare Sevco’ phone tape call from CG to CW. [Or did I dream that????? Has anyone got that on file somewhere?]
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The link i had to you are sevco i can’t find now,think i deleted as it no longer worked. But i do have the it on disc somewhere(note to myself look that stuff out one day)
someone asked me about it at the time so i put it on disc and kept one for myself.
you are sevco was not a dream19


Time for Scots Government to Take Bull by the Horns
Survey Done.took less than 10 min


Time for Scots Government to Take Bull by the Horns
PROFESSIONAL GAME BOARD ^(Chairman) Rod Petrie(Members) Neil Doncaster, Duncan Fraser, Peter Lawwell, Alan McRae, MichaelMulraney, Stewart Regan, Sandy Stables, Ralph Topping and Andrew Waddell
^Correct as at (12th July 2015)+Independent Non-Executive Director*Co-opted member
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If i’m correct(please tell me if i’m wrong)Did PL step down from the professional game board to go to the SPFL board,and now he is  stepping down from SPFL board to take up a position on the SFA board.
Why did he step down from the PROFESSIONAL GAME BOARD to the SPFL board and why is he moving back to the SFA board?


Recent Comments by Cluster One

To Comply or not to Comply ?
ALLYJAMBOAPRIL 23, 2018 at 20:25
Other clubs may well use PR to sell season tickets, but TRFC have taken it to a whole new level, Level5, in fact. Every season there has been a whole raft of fanciful signings bandied about, and no other club has the unquestioning help that TRFC gets from the SMSM, who publish these stories as though they’ve discovered them by their own digging, rather than received them in an email from Jim Traynor.
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Today is a prime example, a couple of players linked to ibrox,and yet they don’t have a manager. Do they expect a new manager to come in and his signings have already been made?
Or is it just more PR spin?


To Comply or not to Comply ?
From the AJ article i posted above.
Nine months after buying the club he (Craig whyte) has not fulfilled the promises and commitments he made to rangers fans.From that stand point he deserves a black mark for heinous failure.
I wonder what colour he put’s next to dave king?


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SLIMJIMAPRIL 23, 2018 at 18:18
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COMy opinion of DK is such that if he did as you say the price would be added on to the ST.
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No one is going to pull the wool over your eyes04


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Great informative Blog by AULDHEID there.
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This was repeated by Chairman Alistair Johnson in his covering Interim Accounts statement
“The exceptional item reflects a provision for a potential tax liability in relation to a Discounted Option Scheme associated with player contributions between 1999 and 2003. “  where he also added
“Discussions are continuing with HMRC to establish a resolution to the assessments raised.”
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This article by Alistair johnson dated Febuary 15, 2012 had him saying.
“With the economic crashes of the last few years,David no longer had the ability to save rangers as he had done first time around.
To some extent he must take some responsibility.But the economic crash compromised any ambitions he had.”
In an incredible outburst,johnston also hinted that MORE TAX REVELATIONS are set to engulf whyte and rangers.
He stressed HMRC are not going anywhere.The escalation in HMRC liabilities that he somewhat reported yesterday relates to other issues with HMRC which have yet to be reported.That’s with respect to non-payment or withholding taxes.There is a lot going to come out under investigation in the next few weeks.


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SLIMJIMAPRIL 23, 2018 at 17:24
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AJRangers fans buy season tickets because they support Rangers. SimpleThe potential signing of SA would hardly have non-season ticket supporters breaking down the door to the Ticket Office.
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Unless Dave king stands outside the ticket office with cups of tea15


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