Comment on We’re Gonny Need Another Baw. by Homunculus.

    Jim Traynor did an interview for Club 1872, which is clearly now not only the only source of new money but also the outlet for the real "statements" where they can say what they want but if there is any come back the club can deny liability.

    Truly mental stuff from Traynor (remember him confirming liquidation meant the club was dead). He always was a nasty piece of work, even more so now. 



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    We’re Gonny Need Another Baw.
    It is a quality bit of deflection, pandering to the support. If you look at the forums just now the main topic seems to be how they are hard done by, how it is not a level playing field, who can they boycott and attack etc.

    Anyway, any sign of the PLC's interim results. 

    We’re Gonny Need Another Baw.
    ernie 18th February 2019 at 11:00


    Pitch invasions at any games is just wrong.

    We’re Gonny Need Another Baw.
    Ex Ludo 17th February 2019 at 12:19


    As things stand it's really quite simple.

    They will continue to trade for as long as people are willing to provide them with loans. Whether those loans are repaid with worthless equity is pretty much irrelevant.

    The business has traded at a loss in every year of it's existence and continues to do so. Loans are an essential part of the "business model".

    I suppose it's possible that they might sell a player for 5 times any realistic valuation, the press are certainly trying to help with that. However that is at best unlikely.

    Recent Comments by Homunculus

    Tangled Up In Blue by Stephen O’Donnell (Book Review)
    In a not very new development (see the previous club being found guilty of cheating and receiving a large fine) at least some of the support are taking this as a "result".

    You have been found guilty of racism, twice in quick succession. It's really nothing to celebrate.

    Tangled Up In Blue by Stephen O’Donnell (Book Review)
    It also seems Rangers are getting the same punishment for racism again.

    Partial closure of a stand, minimum of 3,000 seats and display a tiny wee banner.

    I suspect refusing tickets for the first away game was taken into consideration but that's just a guess. 

    Tangled Up In Blue by Stephen O’Donnell (Book Review)
    The third charges story is not true.




    Tangled Up In Blue by Stephen O’Donnell (Book Review)
    It would appear that Rangers are now being charged with Racist Singing at the game in Warsaw last week, at least that is what their official website is saying.


    RANGERS has today informed UEFA’s Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body that the Club will not be requesting tickets for its next European away match.

    The Club now faces an additional UEFA charge of racist behaviour for sectarian singing during the first leg of our Europa League play–off tie against Legia Warsaw last Thursday evening. We are liaising with UEFA in relation to this second charge.

    The first charge came after the match against St Joseph’s at Ibrox on Thursday, July 18. A consequence of sectarian singing from section BF1 of the ground that evening is that UEFA ordered a partial closure of our stadium for tomorrow night’s crucial game. Those fans responsible for this partial closure of Ibrox Stadium need to understand that they are damaging our Club. If there is a further incidence at tomorrow night’s match this could lead to a ground closure.

    The same applies to those who indulged in sectarian singing in Warsaw last week and that is why we have taken the decision to make UEFA aware that we will decline tickets for our next away match even though this means that, once again, the many must suffer because of the few.

    This kind of behaviour has no place at Ibrox, or anywhere else where our many teams appear. Offenders must please stop. You are endangering your Club which has recently launched its Everyone Anyone project aimed at welcoming all to Ibrox. Those who wish to sing offensive songs must realise by now that they are insulting Rangers players, staff, and fellow fans. There is nothing clever, bold or even defiant in what this small number of supporters are doing.

    By supporting Rangers in the correct way the rest of us must strive to protect our great Club. One way or another this offensive behaviour must end and it would be much more preferable if we stopped it ourselves, simply by behaving like true Rangers fans.

    Tangled Up In Blue by Stephen O’Donnell (Book Review)
    StevieBC 25th August 2019 at 19:36


    Why would Celtic be " … actively looking to replace Lawwell".

    He has just turned 60 and is very good at his job, which is running a PLC which has never been better off financially.