CORRUPT OFFICIALJUNE 21, 2017 at 22:51  It’s a given that Uncle – The Scottish Football Monitor

CORRUPT OFFICIALJUNE 21, 2017 at 22:51  It’s a given that Uncle …

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

CORRUPT OFFICIALJUNE 21, 2017 at 22:51
 It’s a given that Uncle Mick wants rid.
And, as part of the deal, Sportsmail understands Ashley will sell his 8.92-per-cent stake in Rangers to supporters’ groups and and unnamed overseas investor….Who are these people.? here we go again.

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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?]
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
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?

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To Comply or not to Comply ?
Anyone know how vaporised got on today?

To Comply or not to Comply ?
Auldheid@Auldheid3hReplying to @TheClumpany @JP____1872 and 3 others Here is the sketch. TRFC did not complain when charges were based on June & Sept submissions and said accusations re end March groundless. TRFC no longer saying that when presented with evidence but are now saying SFA not competent to decide. SFA say ok let CAS decide.
I think this mirrors my thoughts in post JULY 19, 2018 at 20:39

To Comply or not to Comply ?
From the link above i just noticed.
David Murray, under whose ownership the EBTs were introduced, on Thursday night described the SPL investigation as “a witch hunt”

sound familiar?
The imposition of an irrecoverable fine on an entity which is now in liquidation is futile and only prejudices the ability of existing creditors to recover any money,” he said.
“It is saddening that so much time, effort and money has been expended in pursuing a retrospective witch hunt against an entity in crisis.”
sound familiar?

To Comply or not to Comply ?
The evidence of Sandy Bryson, the SFA’s Head of Registrations, held the key as to why stronger punitive action was not taken by the tribunal.Under questioning, he explained that a player, once registered with the ruling body, remained registered with them until such time as his contract ended or that player left their club’s employment.
Consequently, even though the complete details of his contract had been wilfully withheld or any other breach had occurred, that registration, once accepted, would stand.
As a result of that policy, it was not possible for Nimmo Smith and his learned friends to state that the players who had benefited from side letters detailing the amounts to be paid into Employee Benefit Trusts, should not have been fielded during the decade under dispute.
It therefore followed that the results of the matches played during that time were valid and that there could not be a case for stripping of titles. Hence the £250,000 fine on the oldco.

To Comply or not to Comply ?
GUNNERBJULY 19, 2018 at 20:24
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It all seems a bit too contrived to me. The JPDT should just consider the case and hand down a decision which if not in favour of RFC then RFC can appeal to CAS arguing that the ruling body were not competent due to the five way agreement.
After the transfer embargo feck up.
 The club succeeded in their application for a judicial review at the Court of Session in Edinburgh as Lord Glennie backed their assertion that a Scottish Football Association judicial panel had exceeded its powers in administering the ban on registering players.
And the 
The Scottish Football Association has begun the process of appointing an independent commission to look into the fan violence which followed Saturday’s Scottish Cup final.
Maybe The JPDT would prefer the matter to be taken out of their hands anyway

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