ALLYJAMBOJUNE 18, 2017 at 10:20 I do feel that if we …

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ALLYJAMBOJUNE 18, 2017 at 10:20
I do feel that if we are being critical of any survival plan that TRFC might appear to be following, that as well as showing how or why it is likely to fail, we must also look at the more positive aspects of how it might just pay off for them. After all, there has to be something that makes them believe their plan might work, no matter how slim the chances of success are. It is still a long shot, though, but long shots sometimes pay off, just not very often.
£20 per bum on seat,
First time in europe no matter the opposition, i think the ibrox club will be charging more than £20 per bum on seat.Or maybe as a goodwill gesture from the board they will charge £1 for a seat and £20 for a programe.
Now where have i heard that marketing proposal before06     

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JOHN CLARKJUNE 18, 2017 at 00:08  Why cannot I, or anyone else, know who the hell has shares in Celtic, or any other plc?
some interesting reading.
Did the SFA not bring in a rule that clubs had to disclose who were there shareholders. Or was that just  for the ibrox club during the blue pitch holdings,margirita thing.
could be of interest JC.

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ALLYJAMBOJUNE 17, 2017 at 20:56
TRFC can expect a healthy income from gate receipts and TV money at each stage they reach, assuming no defeated club cries foul on their FFP status!
And assuming no fines handed out for sectarian singing during these matches in europe

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BROGANROGANTREVINOANDHOGANJUNE 17, 2017 at 15:15       to both tax and football.The original meeting resulted in the resolution being adjourned because we were informed that Celtic PLC had changed their stated position (with which no one agreed) that the resolution was not necessary, as in light of information and argument provided by shareholders Celtic PLC now accepted that there was something very much worth looking into.Throughout the subsequent months and years we have always sought to persuade Celtic that they should be asking questions, seeking answers from the SFA and striving for the truth in relation to the events of 2011/2012. Further, in light of correspondence which we (the shareholders) have forced we have pointed out to Celtic that there are major inconsistencies in the explanations provided by officials over the years and that taken as a whole the “story” doesn’t add up.This is an ongoing position which, at times, has been halted or delayed by legal proceedings over which we have no control.
This part of your post kind of helps me more with a question i asked the other day.
-meeting adjourned because we were informed that Celtic PLC had changed their stated position.
-resolution was not necessary.
-Celtic PLC now accepted that there was something very much worth looking into.
-sought to persuade Celtic.
-which we (the shareholders) have forced.
CLUSTER ONEJUNE 16, 2017 at 20:51
AULDHEIDJUNE 16, 2017 at 20:32The Requisitioners drove it from securing an it was handed over to Celtic in Dec 2016 where it lies waiting for court cases to end.—————-So all on the same page at this point in time now i hope,and both parties driving forward.       

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FINLOCHSEPTEMBER 23, 2017 at 07:29
I want to read James piece but the adverts make it impossible to just read the text and keep hijacking me.I couldn’t finish.
I clicked on the link and i’m not getting any ADs. don’t know what i’m doing right,or wrong. I would copy paste but it is a very long good article,and don’t know if i would have permission to do so.

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On the13 March 2017, the takeover Appeal Board published its decision upholding ruling of the Takeover Panel Executive and of the hearings committee of the Takeover panel that Mr David Cunningham king acted in concert with Messrs George Letham,George Taylor and Douglas Park to accuire more than 30% of the voting rights in rangers and in consequence had incurred an obligation under the takeover code……etc.
Opening of the Legal Year
Practitioners will wish to be aware that the ceremony for the Opening of the Legal Year will commence at 10.00am in Court No. 1 on the morning of Monday, 25 September 2017.
This will comprise of a short address by the Lord President and a formal introduction of the new Queen’s Counsel to the court. A full bench will sit for the occasion.
Practitioners, court staff and others interested in attending are very welcome and will be accommodated as space permits.
Thereafter, the Annual Service to mark the beginning of the Winter Term will be held in St Giles’ Cathedral, commencing at 10.45am. A short reception in Parliament Hall to mark the Opening of the Legal Year in Scotland will follow directly after.
Court business due to be held in Edinburgh on 25 September will commence from 11.30am on this date, unless specified otherwise.
A small question if i may
Now that  the Opening of the Legal Year will commence at 10.00am in Court No. 1 on the morning of Monday, 25 September 2017.will we see any movement in the Takeover panels initiated proceedings in the court of sessions seeking an order requiring Mr king to comply with its rulings?

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Real journalists would print why they are not allowed to  go after this entire affair and the reasons behind why they are not allowed to go after it.If you have to be allowed to go after this entire affair, they are journalists only in name.
The reasons behind why they are not allowed to and why they allow it is the real problem.

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Tom English is suggesting that “If SPFL really wants transparency (Insert LMAO emoji)
No they don’t really want transparency,and it should be the first thing on any journalists list to find out why.

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if the review was to be independent  why does the review need the SPFL and the SFA’ participation?
The SPFL and the SFA would just tell lies to the review anyway.Just keep both bodies away from any independent review,that way it is totaly independent.

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