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Louden_Greg

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About Louden_Greg

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    The Louden Tavern

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    Season ticket holder.
  • Where do you sit in Ibrox
    Sandy Jardine Rear

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  1. Semi final ballot details

    We got ours
  2. Club 1872 - Statement of Resignation

    Glad you aren't involved with anything Rangers Related then!
  3. Club 1872 - Statement of Resignation

    Member meeting needed ASAP. The 3 people gone come from diverse Rangers backgrounds and in my experience done plenty of work for 1872 and I'm gutted to see them no longer there tbh - if there was a vote to reinstate them I would vote for them.
  4. Club 1872 - Statement of Resignation

    I'm not back bud - never really left but downscalling my time spent replying on the forums.
  5. Club 1872 - Statement of Resignation

    Read through most of it - forgot pollockprod's stuff ? But yeah as far as I can see.
  6. Club 1872 - Statement of Resignation

    Booler, there is no suggestion that we are giving up The Louden.
  7. Club 1872 - Statement of Resignation

    The delay was not on our part. The club needs to authorise it and it's simply taken longer than anticipated to line up the ducks in a row due to factors outwith our control. The 'secrecy' was part of an agreement that we wouldn't publicly discuss the project until it was released. We try really hard to keep our word on these things . Edmiston House is a potential option for the funds of the project to go towards but that aspect was just an obvious option not an agreement itself (nor did we try to move the louden there). As long as the excess funds raised go to developing the area around Ibrox to the benefit of the fans then the cic will have fulfilled its objectives If all goes well the launch will be soon enough and the impact of the project will be obvious imo and you can see what motivated my dad to drive this project and why it's not for £s but for the right reasons.
  8. Club 1872 - Statement of Resignation

    As I'm sure you are aware directors remuneration is published within the cic accounts. This will show that there has been no money earned or will be earned. When you see what the project is I'm sure you'll understand that this is not about the money.
  9. Club 1872 - Statement of Resignation

    Still going ahead. Should be before season's end - most work in the background done. It's not a pub in Edmiston house - surprised it hasn't been leaked on here tbh. Also worth remembering a CIC's goals are not the financial rewards of its shareholders but the benefit of its designated community. if you want to earn £s for yourself you don't start CICs to do so.
  10. Club 1872 - Statement of Resignation

    Just to reiterate that point - neither myself or my dad proposed CH's involvement in 1872 - either at the election or prior to it. My dad proposed James Blair and Iain for the board and wholly believes in the integrity of both individuals and their suitability for the roles. My dad would like me to state on his behalf that Iain has the full support of The Louden Tavern and believes that his he is an upstanding individual who would always put the fans and the club first. People like Iain are who 1872 need.
  11. Another idea actually is setting up a red bubble store where merch can be put up for him - basically I could turn that Image into a t-shirt/ mug/ phone case etc. Because it's per unit the costs aren't amazing but you can set the margin at what ever you like. I think all you need to receive funds is a PayPal account - not sure it's ideal and if someone was to produce a batch of any item of merch the margin would be much better but this is no upfront cost so no loss
  12. Let me know what you think - http://twibbon.com/Support/joshua-burns-adair
  13. Who needs enemies?

    Seen people reporting it and looking for the perpetrators to be brought to justice though twitter is where I usually am and it was posted frequently on my timeline. But still not enough as no one has been caught But I edited the previous posts to try and clarify my point that the bottling incident is much much worse than the posts today.
  14. Who needs enemies?

    Not enough no - and particularly not as the culprits weren't caught. I certainly seen it on social media - much more than this incident today. the fact that they got away with that twice is shameful edit - read back the post and I can see it looked like I was saying the coverage was on another level - I meant the incident was way worse and not comparable to posts on a message board. Apologies for the confusion.
  15. Who needs enemies?

    The bottle incidents happening twice in a year are appalling and I think it's fair to say that there was a decent amount of publicity looking for Information including interviews with STV from the lad which we posted on our social media platforms. Edit: Those incidents (rather than coverage) are on a completely other level to this and I can't agree with anyone equating them and that's with me having strong opinions of the posts themselves i agree completely about the efforts to dehumanise our support. Fact is though that comments like these once they have went public will draw criticism from people rightly so. Once the attention was drawn to them then it's obvious that people are going to condemn the indefensible. The posters shouldn't have made the post and The screenshotter should have reported the post to admin - either of them happens we avoid all this.
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