Excellent food for thought which we thought worthy of inclusion…

Glasnost (and a Pair of strikers)

Fiat justitia, et pereat mundus
(Let justice be done, though the world perish)

Picture the scene. A wealthy old lady decides to disinherit her only son. So he kills her before she gets the chance to make a Will. What should happen to her estate? Succession law couldn’t be clearer: she died without leaving a valid Will and, under the intestacy rules, her son is entitled to inherit all her wealth. The extended family bring a legal challenge.

You’re the judge: what would you do?

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  1. Taysider says:

    SPL Fans United have launched an e-petition whereby supporters can ask SPL clubs to appeal the LNS ruling. When I try to access this I’m getting a message about insufficient bandwith to support the site. Is anyone else having this problem?

    At the risk of repeating what I posted a while back, it has become obvious throughout this whole saga that the only force pushing for the honest, fair application of the rules in our sport is us, the supporters. That is why TRFC were not admitted straight back in the SPL. While the authorities will be content with apathy and resignation, they also want our money. If the fans can get organised to unite and speak with a powerful voice we will continue to make a difference. They need to understand loud and clear what their customers want, especially now with season ticket renewals imminent.

  2. finloch says:

    Danish Pastry says:
    Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 08:49

    http://www.saveourglen.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/Gavin-Mastertons-complex-deals.pdf

    Is this an SDM Mark II scenario?

    ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

    I think it is actually very close to home and is SDM Mk 1.
    First cousins and interlinked in ways we don’t even know yet.

    This whole story is and was never about football but about egos in business and (some of) the Scottish Financial Mafia and how they helped each other.
    Football just allowed some of them to increase their public profiles cheaply.

    Its a story still waiting to be pieced together.

  3. monsieurbunny says:

    finloch says:
    Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 09:10

    This whole story is and was never about football but about egos in business and (some of) the Scottish Financial Mafia and how they helped each other.

    Its a story still waiting to be pieced together.
    ==========================================

    If we can get a journalist up here that would do that.

    These things (SDM and Masterton) are only being reported now because they made a mess of things. If they were still in the positions of prominence they once had the media would be quiet regardless of the evidence.

  4. smugas says:

    Charlie Mulgrew ‏@charlie_mulgrew
    In my opinion the league is more exciting with old firm games any player in Scotland would agree. I didn’t say they should be let back in

    I see Charlie uses the same definition of Scotland as Alex Smith.

    Is anyone else slightly sceptical at the length of time the debate on restructure is actually taking (between the clubs I mean). “OK guys we’re here for the most important thing in Football right now (following that other unfortunate episode that we told you we’d fix for you), Show of hands for an adjournment and we’ll see you all again next month. Motion carried!”

    Oh, and Danish

    Is this an SDM Mark II scenario?

    No its an SDM financier on very thin ice scenario.

  5. valentinesclown says:

    newco/oldco licence article.

    http://t.co/VP9ZO2xrsg

  6. Long Time Lurker says:

    Apologies if allready posted –

    Barcabhoy‏@Barcabhoy1
    Gavin Masterton & David Murray. The toxic twins of Scottish Football

    Finger getting closer to the nuclear button?

  7. easyJambo says:

    Signs aren’t too good down the Halbeath Road.

    From the official website
    http://www.dafc.co.uk/articles/20130311/save-our-club_2207955_3105800

    Other comments from those who attended last night’s meeting
    How much are we due – Don’t know
    When do we have to pay HMRC by – Don’t know
    How can fans contribute financially – Don’t know
    Even Gavin Masterton doesn’t know the state of the finances
    £450,000 due to trade creditors
    Wage bill of £95,000 a month plus arrears to be paid

    Copy of proposal letter sent to Masterton from TPC (The Pars Community)
    http://www.slideshare.net/SaveThePars

    From the letter:
    £12.2M Loan from Lloyds – attempt to be made to negotiate a write off of as much as possible.
    Share issue unlikely to raise anything like the £500,000 suggested.
    TPC looking to get at least 50% of the shares and control of the club
    Looking for a 30 year lease on East End Park
    60% of amounts due to Masterton family to be written off
    Remainder to be paid by “exceptional revenue” or written off in 2043 if not paid off before then

  8. manandboy says:

    With the renewal of ST’s in the offing, and perhaps also the forthcoming SFA sponsored games at Hampden,

    we’ll soon learn what kind of balls we’ll be using next season –

    if any at all.

    Last years were pretty good alright

    Here’s hoping for the same again – if not better.

    Ideally, of course, what’s needed is balls of steel –

    to deal

    wi’ the Hampden Four

    an’ wi’ the Club that isnae real.

    Balls, made in Scotland – fae girders!

    Give it time.

    Balls of steel.

    Who let the dog out?

  9. tomtomaswell says:

    I know I shouldn’t but I really do get a nice sense of enjoyment when I see the likes of Murray and Masterton being put through the mill. I know they will have enough money salted away to see them comfortably through the remains of their life so financially they will not suffer much, but the loss of prestige is probably more damaging to them than any actual cash loss.

    Murray’s fall, from being the WATP’s equivalent of Scottish royalty to the villain of the piece, is obviously the most enjoyable but it is heartening to now see the rest of the gang being brought to book.

    Dominoes anyone 😀

  10. rantinrobin says:

    What goes around,comes around.
    To those who have caused long-lasting and grievous damage to our game their narcissistic pride has been irretrievably damaged.

    The conversation as to the future of the game is now out there,and I foresee massive fan reaction to the ills of the game,

    The next months will be very telling.Here we go again

  11. This summer is going to be like the second leg of a titanic tussle.

    The fans won the first leg and I’d like to think following all the nonsense that the governing bodies have tried to foist upon us over the last 12 months that our resolve will be greater still for the second leg.

    The fans have the financial clout as was shown last June, and another victory will be secured as long as we withold our season ticket money long enough for it to be confirmed that The Rangers will be in the league they should be next season.

  12. Captain Haddock says:

    Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 01:13

    Whullie says,
    I agree that Auldheid/TSFM whistleblower draft should be circulated to our email addresses to allow us all to send a copy, (possibly individualised by anyone if preferred), or even just posted as a blog if emailing is too onerous.
    =================================

    The latter is the plan with encouragement to do as you suggest, preferably individualised.

  13. hangerhead says:

    Interesting…following on a re-tweet today:

    Gregory Ioannidis ‏@LawTop20
    Can Football Supporters Challenge Decisions of Football Bodies? http://lawtop20.blogspot.com/2012/11/can-football-supporters-challenge.html
    Retweeted by Phil MacGiollaBhain

    http://lawtop20.blogspot.co.uk/2012/11/can-football-supporters-challenge.html

    Can Football Supporters Challenge Decisions of Football Bodies?

    We are not convinced that a similar case in the future cannot be succesful [sic], at least, if it could be pleaded under different headings and legal arguments. We are of the view that if football supporters can demonstrate prejudice of economic and other interests against them, or if the shareholders of the club [particularly minority shareholders] are able to establish such prejudice, the outcome of a similar complaint may be different.

    We conclude, therefore, that those advising football supporters, must ensure that the legal basis of the case has merits and that the rights that have been violated, deserve protection under European Law. The European Court of Justice has repeatedly stated, in the past, that rules of sporting governing bodies that affect European competition law, could be outlawed if such competition laws have been violated.

  14. ‘I think it is actually very close to home and is SDM Mk 1.
    First cousins and interlinked in ways we don’t even know yet.

    This whole story is and was never about football but about egos in business and (some of) the Scottish Financial Mafia and how they helped each other.
    Football just allowed some of them to increase their public profiles cheaply.

    Its a story still waiting to be pieced together’

    It’s a bit like 6 degrees of Kevin Bacon!! As someone with first hand experience of two of the companies mentioned, SDG Holdings and SDG Caledonia, it doesn’t take a huge amount of digging to reveal that they are both controlled by Kevin McCabe, former chairman of Sheffield United. Let me think…….wasn’t there some link between him and the current CEO of TRFC????

  15. luoanlai says:
    Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 02:17
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    However, it is worth remembering that Rangers FC (IA) were kept on a life support machine by the administrators, against the best interests of the creditors, with the express desire of keeping them in the SPL.

    ========================

    I agree, and said so at the time.

    In a fair and honest system Dunfermline would not have been relegated, there would have been no relegation last season and Ross County would have joined the SPL to make up the 12.

    A CVA was impossible, liquidation was inevitable the assets and business should have been broken up in the interests of the creditors.

    Saving the company was never a possibility, serving the creditors was never a factor. Keeping A Rangers (as Craig Whyte called it) was always the intention. Getting that team into the SPL and actually better off financially than the failed club was the expectation, at the expense of the creditors, the uk taxpayer and Scottish football.

    It wasn’t personal though, Dunfermline just got shafted a lot more than others because of the position they were in. It could have been anyone.

  16. spaldingbhoy says:

    Brenda, still no movement from the lesser blazered Lunny , either on the Berwick “community sing song ” or as somebody else intimated the post admin v’s Killie game, however I think I’ve discovered his secret he only deals with the TRFC business on the 32nd of every month.

  17. Long Time Lurker says:

    TSFM – remember you were asking for ideas on how to put monies donated to this site to best use?

    May I suggest a legal challange:

    hangerhead says:
    Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 12:41

  18. A bit off topic and I know I really shouldn’t but here goes. Last night I had the stupidity to listen to SSB. I can hear the sighs and groans already. Anyhoos, as the show is promoted as Scotland’s only week day phone in for football fans why do the pundits all have views that differ from 96% of Scottish football fans, not counting TRFC fans of course. I’m getting the 96% from last years massive online poll and I’m assuming the voters still hold the same views. The show is an absolute disgrace. Derek Johnstone defends TRFC to the nth degree of ridiculousness. I believe the only way to balance the show when DJ appears would be Tommy from Shettleston appearing as co pundit. But who do the producers use as DJs sidekick last night? Yes Hugh Keevins.
    Hugh’s venom for all things Celtic at the moment seems to be escalating exponentially as the days of his barring from Celtic park mount. Sorry for using Celtic as an example here as this blog is about all Scottish clubs, I would be equally disgusted with this man if he showed contempt for any club but it just so happens to be Celtic. I know of two people who are barred from Scottish football grounds, one of them attacked a football manager at tynecastle and the other is Hugh Keevins. Kind of a sums it all up.
    Anyway, why is this show allowed to be so bad? Why do the producers of this show not have a clear out and aim for a more balanced team.? As Scotland’s only week day phone in surely we deserve better.

  19. Delbhoy says:

    On the subject of monitoring Scottish Football :

    I’ve just been reading the thoughts of John Fleming, the referee supervisor, on the Hibs goal not given. He reckons goal-line technology would be too expensive:

    ” Would Scottish clubs invest in this technology to the detriment of youth
    develpment ? I don’t think so “.

    Why are those the options ? Would they invest to the detriment of the bloated layers of bureaucracy and administration ? A corpulent system where the head honcho collects his wages while admitting he is unable to do the job.

    ” Fleming pointed out Hibs had benefited from a similar blunder against
    Motherwell this season “. ( Hibs won 4-0 ).

    Is that the defence ? ” My refs were abysmal in that game as well so, swings and roundabouts, eh ? End of the day, you know “.

    John Fleming also advocates the use of Europa League-style goal-line officials.

    ” Don’t waste your money on new fangled technology. I know we said four officials would be enough, but if you upgrade to the 6.0 system you get true peace of mind* “.
    ( * T&C’s apply )

    I’m sorry for being flippant, but to me this epitomises the arrogant, parasitical, maggot-infested coterie who purport to run and legislate our game.
    And at times I despair…

    (Help us, Obi-Wan-Auldheid, you may be our only hope).

  20. bigsausagefingers says:
    Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 14:10
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    A bit off topic and I know I really shouldn’t but here goes. Last night I had the stupidity to listen to SSB. I can hear the sighs and groans already. Anyhoos, as the show is promoted as Scotland’s only week day phone in for football fans why do the pundits all have views that differ from 96% of Scottish football fans, not counting TRFC fans of course. I’m getting the 96% from last years massive online poll and I’m assuming the voters still hold the same views. The show is an absolute disgrace. Derek Johnstone defends TRFC to the nth degree of ridiculousness …
    ————-

    I usually give the podcast a listen. You do get the odd caller who speaks sense. Last night’s was like an unofficial Ibrox podcast though. Less objectivity than usual. You got the impression most of the hosts were wearing black armbands to mark ‘oor worst defeat since Berwick 1967’. A summary of recent programmes could read: Staunch defence of McCoist, everybody wants Rangers back in the SPL, debt free, same club, totally innocent as affirmed by Mr Justice Cocklecarrot and the FTTT, unbroken history, fantastic support, Green is right, Green is wrong – they’re worse than the worst-ever team – so it cannae be Ally’s fault, players don’t deserve the jersey, we are not worthy. Celtic hugely unachieving.

    😀

  21. Brenda says:

    Danish Pastry

    I listen to SSB now simply for the entertainment value 🙂 especially if DJ and HK are in attendance, Gordon Dalziel and Roger Hannah are pretty funny too it’s like a trfc appreciation society. But the brilliant thing is that everything they say about trfc/mccoist/green/newco/oldco etc is sugar-coated tosh and the minute a caller challenges them the caller gets cut off or they go for a news break, an ad break, a travel report or they have ‘technical problems’ 🙂 the ‘show’ is sh!t but I love laughing at ‘buster blood-vessel DJ’ and HK who should really do himself a favour and do one 🙂

  22. bogsdollox says:

    About 8 years ago I complained to SSB about the balderdash being spouted by Johnstone and Hately, who at the time were both employees, in some capacity or other, of Rangers. There nightly output was basically Rangers PR (not unlike most of the other media outlets at the time).

    Hately was dropped not long after but Johnstone is still at the top of his game and must surely win the Thick IMBECILE of the year ward this year and I say that even though it’s only March!

  23. carlislecelt says:

    Taysider says:

    Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 09:06
    ______________________________________________________________

    Just tried it 15.25 and it is as you said Error!

  24. Brenda says:

    DJ was with real radio’s phone -in for a while till it was bagged?? Came back to SSB where most of the ‘pundits’ and I use that term very loosely indeed have deidco connections 🙂

  25. Delbhoy says:

    Danish :
    As Charles Green says, this is the worst, and also the best and only Sevco / The rangers team ever seen.

    Bigsausagefingers:

    defending this fallacy to the nth degree, must be qualified:

    Thus far and no more.

  26. theoldcourse says:

    Delbhoy@14:10

    It doesn’t need complicated goal line technology. A simple system could be implemented by two cameras and a PC to record and rewind the video. Stick a video referee in radio contact with the ref and hey presto. If you want to get fancy then give each manager three challenges like they do in tennis. When they’re used up then thats it.

  27. @ Brenda
    Yes and I am baffled at the shows producers decision to reappoint DJ. With the shows already bulging diedco employees what did they believe DJ would bring to the table.

    Ps Danish, an excellent synopsis of the show 🙂

  28. tomtomaswell says:

    theoldcourse says:
    Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 15:33
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    Delbhoy@14:10

    It doesn’t need complicated goal line technology. A simple system could be implemented by two cameras and a PC to record and rewind the video. Stick a video referee in radio contact with the ref and hey presto. If you want to get fancy then give each manager three challenges like they do in tennis. When they’re used up then thats it.

    ————————————————————-

    Exactly. An 8mm camera wired up to an old analogue tv coupled with a Betamax VCR could do the job. Save a fortune.

  29. rantinrobin says:

    Just listened to excellent programme on Radio 4 about status quo bias.The essence of the prog. was that in order to challenge the weary mantra of maintaining the status quo you have to alter the status quo by presenting a vision of a fresh future which would serve to allay fears about throwing out the old.
    This aligned with Henry Clarson’s excellent blog today about the nonsense of the need for a strong TRFC made my day.

    There is no need for a strong Rangers.No need at all.A fresh vision would be a need for a strong football league.

    We require visionaries to run our game.We don’t have them at present.

  30. tomtomaswell on Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 15:44
    Exactly. An 8mm camera wired up to an old analogue tv coupled with a Betamax VCR could do the job. Save a fortune.
    ////////////////////////////////////////////////
    As I have been emptying my attic today in anticipation of insulation being fitted tomorrow I am in possession of all the above required equipment. Should I box them up and post them to the SFA ?
    By the way and nothing to do with anything I plugged in my old record player too. What a great medium vinyl is. Sgt pepper doesn’t have a bad track either.

  31. Henry Clarson’s excellent blog today..?
    rantin,any link available to the above …please

  32. rantinrobin says:

    http://t.co/1D94f5zRIu

    Henry Clarson piece

  33. deldons says:

    Me thinks David Longmuir has been reigned in by the clubs in the SFL he’s supposed to represent! the “move at their own pace” statement in relation to the restructuring sounds like a bit of a rebuke of his relationship with Rega(i)n and Doomcaster. Have the SFL clubs simply said to him ‘David we’ll decide not you and yer so called bigger pals!’

    Also with the SPL Board not officially ‘accepting’ / appealing as yet the LNS report/findings coupled with the restructuring vote on the 15th April I can see a fair amount of plate spinning going on by the 3 amoebas (L,R,D) their relationships with their respective representative clubs bodies. I’m wondering if the delay in the SPL board ratifying or not the LNS decision could have any bearing on the ways that clubs might vote or not by simply abstaining/ vetoing until clarity over the LNS situation.

  34. theoldcourse says:
    Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 15:33
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    Delbhoy@14:10

    It doesn’t need complicated goal line technology. A simple system could be implemented by two cameras and a PC to record and rewind the video. Stick a video referee in radio contact with the ref and hey presto. If you want to get fancy then give each manager three challenges like they do in tennis. When they’re used up then thats it.
    —————

    Seems like the obvious solution oldcourse. Tom English is a champion of this. It works for rugby and cricket, and I’m sure there’s someone at the SFA who’s heard of cricket.

  35. prohibby says:

    bigsausagefingers says:
    Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 16:03
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    tomtomaswell on Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 15:44
    Exactly. An 8mm camera wired up to an old analogue tv coupled with a Betamax VCR could do the job. Save a fortune.
    ______________
    Sounds up to the job – as long as you can prevent any LNS interference .

  36. deldons says:

    On the goal line technology stuff there’s no need for any fancy Dan cameras in goal posts, etc -I would propose a ‘D’ inside the goal so that the ref and assistant ref (as they like to be called) can determine if a ‘goal’ is inside the ‘D’ or..erm…outside the ‘D’..don’t laugh that could catch on!

  37. tomtomaswell says:

    prohibby says:
    Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 16:24
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    bigsausagefingers says:
    Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 16:03
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    tomtomaswell on Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 15:44
    Exactly. An 8mm camera wired up to an old analogue tv coupled with a Betamax VCR could do the job. Save a fortune.
    ______________
    Sounds up to the job – as long as you can prevent any LNS interference .

    ————————————————-

    😀

  38. Re goal line technology…

    The interpretation, as I understand things, of whether its a goal when it crosses the line or not, might be a bit different to what has hitherto been the case.

    If the ball is heading towards the goal line (between the goalposts and below the crossbar) the game is in a state of being “not-a-goal”.
    When the ball crosses that goal line as described, the game status does not cease to be “not-a-goal” immediately, and immediately become “a-goal”, but instead it falls into a category of being ‘liable to have its “not-a-goal” status revoked.
    However, full revocation of its “not-a-goal” status must be applied at the time and during the course of play, and cannot be retrospectively applied, i.e. after a bit and having asked Blind Pe….er , I mean …. the able linesman what he saw.

    So, even though the ball may be nestling nicely in the back of the net, the game status retains its “not-a-goal” Registration and is eligible as a “not-a-goal” game, albeit in a state of being ‘liable to have its “not-a-goal” status revoked.

    Once full revocation takes place, then, and only then, is it “a-goal”.

    Even though its as plain as the nose on yer face that its a goal.
    🙂 🙂 🙂

  39. scapaflow14 says:

    Carl31 (@C4rl31) says:

    Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 17:06

    So we now have Schoedinger’s Goal?

  40. wottpi says:

    Goal line technology?

    Fill the area behind the goal line with loose sand or that muddy mess they use on Total Wipe Out for the sucker punch. (The kids like it and tha’s my excuse in first)

    If ball goes in there it won’t come out, therefore its a GOALLLLLLL!!! 🙂

  41. rantinrobin says:

    Chris McLaughlin ‏@BBCchrismclaug
    #SFL chief exec fears #Celtic and #Rangers may leave Scottish football and wants colt teams to ‘leave legacy’ more on @BBCRadioScot 1735

  42. rantinrobin says:

    Fear laden prophets of doom strike again,note Chris McLaughlin use of fear word

  43. Lord Wobbly says:

    Apologies if already posted.

    Just imagine if someone had, oh I don’t know, let’s say deliberately mislead, possibly even lied to, both Government and sporting authorities, what do you think the consequences might be?

    http://m.guardian.co.uk/sport/2013/mar/07/london-welsh-deducted-points-keats

    http://m.guardian.co.uk/sport/2013/mar/08/mike-scott-rfu-life-ban

  44. jonnyod says:

    SFL chief exec fears celtic and sevco may leave Scottish fluteball
    Have the sevco institutional investors been on the phone after the Annan result and Chico needs a moonbeam to allay their fears .
    Where does this ,colt teams term come from would colt and cowboy team not be more appropriate with the sevco Dallas link up and the legacy the last COWBOYS that ran the deid club left for the rest of Scottish fluteball .

  45. valentinesclown says:

    finloch says:
    Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 09:10
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    Danish Pastry says:
    Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 08:49

    http://www.saveourglen.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/Gavin-Mastertons-complex-deals.pdf

    Is this an SDM Mark II scenario?

    ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

    I think it is actually very close to home and is SDM Mk 1.
    First cousins and interlinked in ways we don’t even know yet.

    This whole story is and was never about football but about egos in business and (some of) the Scottish Financial Mafia and how they helped each other.
    Football just allowed some of them to increase their public profiles cheaply.

    Its a story still waiting to be pieced together
    ——————————————————————————————————–

    It is comforting to know that the MSM will be piecing this story together as we speak, as we know their is plenty of material available concerning Mr Masterton and his cosy relationship with Mr Moonbeams, Rangers, MIH and millions of pounds (in loans) when all was not financially stable at Ibrox and the Murray empire in the glorious 90’s.

    Not to mention where Mr Masterton purchased his metal for his Stadia adventure.

    I wonder what paper will win the race with this story the record or the sun?

    Mr Cummings has been rumbled and Mr Masterton as we know was his mentor, only time will tell.

    Dunfermilne looks like suffering as a result of this dubious character. Maybe Mr Masterton will put his OWN money towards saving Dunfermilne?

    More chance of the Sun or Record printing the above story did I here someone say. .

    Maybe I will call SSB and ask DJ.

  46. Schneeb says:

    Carl31 (@C4rl31) says: Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 17:06

    scapaflow14 says: Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 17:10 6 0 Rate This

    Carl31 (@C4rl31) says:

    Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 17:06

    So we now have Schoedinger’s Goal?

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    Genius guys !!

  47. easyJambo says:

    rantinrobin says: Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 17:32

    Chris McLaughlin ‏@BBCchrismclaug
    #SFL chief exec fears #Celtic and #Rangers may leave Scottish football and wants colt teams to ‘leave legacy’ more on @BBCRadioScot 1735
    ======================
    Jim Spence has tweeted images of the parts of Longmuir’s letter about Colt teams

    It has already been pointed out that Longmuir is wrong to claim that the Milan clubs have “B” teams in the Italian leagues. they don’t.

  48. easyJambo says:

    oops – I posted part two twice. Here is part three.

  49. What a load of scaremongering nonsense.

    Make it 12 12 10 10 so Rangers can get their promotion, and we will make the two new clubs … Celtic and Rangers.

    If you don’t they will just go away and Scottish football will be dead.

    I don’t see the comments from either club included anywhere.

  50. StevieBC says:

    New blog up.

  51. … as if we’ve no got enough Rangerses already!!

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