Jimbo On the other hand TRFC will be unseeded,  the DR …

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On the other hand TRFC will be unseeded,  the DR says it’s because this is their first time in Europe in 6 years, but it could also be because it is their first time in Europe EVER!  Heaven knows how they will do, they are such an unknown quantity now.
As far as UEFA are concerned The Rangers Football Club only became eligible to apply for a UEFA licence in Aug 2015 having satisfied the Article 12 requirement to be members of the SFA for three consecutive years from Aug 2012.
TRFC would never argue otherwise with UEFA as UEFA’s acceptance would mean paying tax in millions overdue since Sept 2011 and earlier.
The SFA also understand this as they were informed of same by UEFA (Traverso) in June 2016 and it would be so easy for the media to confirm what Traverso said.
Additionally had they not ceased to be the same club/company in UEFA’s eyes then UEFA would have pursued the dishonesty at play to be granted and retain the licence in 2011.

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Cluster One

The Requisitioners drove it from securing an adjournment as opposed to Celtic sticking by their Res12 unecessary stance.
They drove it all the way to UEFA resulting in Traverso letter and went back again. At that point UEFA said they would only deal with a member club of the national association so it was handed over to Celtic in Dec 2016 where it lies waiting for court cases to end.
Celtic shareholders who signed the Res were updated in full just before the last AGM.
Another is in draft.
I think Chill Ultra does not understand Barcas question because he believes that Res12 was about much more than the UEFA licence and there was more as background in the Res document but focus was placed on the latter because it was the one area that directly affected Celtic and so had locus.
Without it the rest would have been dismissed as a matter for the SFA or SPFL.
Nothing conspiratorial or sinister just pragmatism.

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Chill Ultra
Let me know the next time you are in Scotland and I’ll try and arrange a meeting with him.
I know that I and the person whose motives you question are shareholders. I am not sure of status of other two at time Res was being formed.
Your  thinking  that there is a formally constituted body around Res12 is wrong, only a group who actually acted on  questions being asked on CQN that needed answers and used the  AGM process as shareholders to try and get them and had Res12 been passed by Celtic instead of opposed there would have been no need for funding or reporting back etc. 
With regard to your charge of lack of accountability etc can I ask that you make it on CQN to establish how many signatories share that view  as that is the more appropriate forum to pursue the matter?
You can always put the answers back here.

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Ally Jambo

I understand the point you are making, made it myself actually in conversations,  but these guys have been spending  a bit of time getting the necessary high level support for change on board and the politics at play may have influenced that approach
However by joining up you now have the opportunity to encourage them to be more bold, I’m sure you will rise to the challenge.

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I’ve just noticed that the goal scorers at Ibrox yesterday were Murphy (Brighton & Hove Albion) and Martin (Norwich City).I know that both of these players were formerly loan players but are they now overdraft credit facility players?
If only the SFA had a moral compass. Rangers are using money they don’t have to acquire players to aspire towards Europe to pay back the money they don’t have!
Then again if the SFA had a moral compass we probably would have moved on by now. 
It is the same insane business model that saw them liquidated and that SFA allow by not applying club licensing as intended.

Making them do that is why the petition for SFA posted earlier is to benefit of all clubs competing for a UEFA place.

Is Regan a DIDDY?
One of Regan’s few useful changes was to change the Disciplinary Process.
It is one of life’s ironies  (a bit like SFA being trusted) that the process he was largely responsible for introducing, is in breach of one of its own Founding  Principles.
There is a petition now at 

which needs support from fans of all clubs who just want football they can believe in.
If that is you then please sign and spread the word.

Is Regan a DIDDY?
Basically the CO gathers evidence, compares that with what the rules say and decides if a breach occured.
If so a case is put to a Judicial Panel Tribunal to decide whether or not the case stands up and if so apply sanctions.
The whole process should have been more expeditious, unless some feet dragging has taken place.
Given how long it is taking the SFA really should be providing an update and target for completion.

Is Regan a DIDDY?
Sorry but I think players have a responsibility to be honest with themselves, so unless they think Tommy Wright is out of order in an  observation that provokes some introspection in them  then they should  be doing just that.
Not going in the bloody huff.
If they do they should be chased not enabled by silence.

Is Regan a DIDDY?
Wright and Rogers. Manager’s Union.
GIRUY Ewan Cameron and Kenny McIntyre.

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