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If the SPL have told the SFL they are unable to pay contractual payments once due then the SFL have to press for a winding up order against the SPL...

One less opposition to our license...

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This is a must!!

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The SFL the big league now any League with Rangers in it is always going to be the most watched and talked about League anyway.

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In fact, we should lead the way as a club who should receive some benefit from the big guns of the SPL and their big TV and sponsorship deals.

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We must look after the best interests of our club and the member clubs of the SFL and not have the financial integrity of our league compromised by any organisations outwith of said league due to their inability to live within their means.

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If this is true, the SPL must be punished, sporting integrity demands it.

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Hear hear to all the above posts :)

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If this is true, the SPL must be punished, sporting integrity demands it.

I've checked with the integritometer and it does indeed..

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Yeah this is my line of thinking as well.

Time for the SPL to face up to it's chronic mismanagement and what is that phrase that has been banded around recently, "take it's medicine"?, yeah that's the one.

Bye bye SPL.

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Agree with all above. The SPL have shown themselves to care only about their own continued existence, not caring about its members or the future of Scottish football. Well past time to get rid of it.

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We must look after the best interests of our club and the member clubs of the SFL and not have the financial integrity of our league compromised by any organisations outwith of said league due to their inability to live within their means.

THIS (tu) For the good of Scottish football,the SFL MUST stay strong and withstand the bullying threats of the scum at the top. :uk:

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we must have this thing they call sporting integrity .get them out :peanut::uk: no surrender

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Whats unfortunate is majority of the SFL clubs cam lose out but..,the positive is with no SPL club likely to grt cash it WILL plug a few of them.

I will eecord on Sky + (the irony....) every insolvency as it happens with utter joy.

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So have the SPL been promising to pay money that they didn't actually have?

Have the SPL been signing contracts that were unfullfillable ?

Can't the SPL borrow money to fullfill these contracts?

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If the SPL is insolvent, and attempts a CVA, then money owed to the SFL will be a footballing debt, and therefore will UEFA prevent any club in the SPL playing in European competition until it is aid in full? :21:

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Death to the SPL! I say we negotiate with Longmuir for a revised league structure and a revised FA. What can they do if we just ignore them? They are on the brink of voting themselves out of existence. Let it happen is what I say.

We get our revenge when the SPL dies.

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If the SPL don’t cough up, the SFL can always employ cw’s new debt collection company to collect the outstanding cash.

:mutley: :mutley:

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Rangers must have absolutely clean hands in this. Our club sits around the margins of this implosion and has played no part in it due to our insolvency incident. The failure of the SPL to resolve the situation of its largest singular contributor cannot be laid at our door. As we walk away into the distance there will be many voices raised.

If you don't need Rangers speak up now. The Scottish League could amount to the " last men standing " and have its commencement..............sometime soon.

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Xmas Pudding and Cream when the SPL dies.

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