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By the way, after listening to the BBC podcast in full yesterday about all of this, Charlie Adam was on.

He commented on how his contract was up in June, and he was saying again that he would love to come back to us. No thanks you fat fuck.

You probably all know this, but we made an approach for him according to him and it fell through.

In other news Kris Boyd's on twitter jokingly saying he's coming out of retirement because of drinking beetroot juice, and names Snodgrass as a reason why.

I wonder what he's on about?

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WE have been presented with evidence via a whistleblower that raises serious concerns surrounding the SPFL’s processes relating to its stewardship of the voting on the resolution presented to member C

Hope you dont mind mate but thought I'd give the Hornets nest a wee stir...  

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1 minute ago, Leeds_Bear said:

I don’t know, the more clubs who publicly back us the more likely we’ll see others follow. 

Something Tanner has said that he spoke to somebody at the weekend who said he hoped it was a secret vote as he believed more clubs would vote for an investigation 

Says it all really and Simon Jordan pointed it out 

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1 minute ago, Swally said:

By the way, after listening to the BBC podcast in full yesterday about all of this, Charlie Adam was on.

He commented on how his contract was up in June, and he was saying again that he would love to come back to us. No thanks you fat fuck.

You probably all know this, but we made an approach for him according to him and it fell through.

In other news Kris Boyd's on twitter jokingly saying he's coming out of retirement because of drinking beetroot juice, and names Snodgrass as a reason why.

I wonder what he's on about?

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2 minutes ago, bornabear said:

Can just imagine you at Christmas,

Has he been, has he been.

I was definitely an "are we there yet?" kid when we were on holiday.

I just thought the result would have been made public sooner, since the vote is around now, isn't it?

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Are clubs voting at 3pm or is that when they release the result?

I think we will find out as soon as the clubs vote. The SPFL will not hang about for their celebrations. Champagne bottles popped and a pat on the back for the 3 cunts.

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Just now, esquire8 said:

Are clubs voting at 3pm or is that when they release the result?

I think we will find out as soon as the clubs vote. The SPFL will not hang about for their celebrations. Champagne bottles popped and a pat on the back for the 3 cunts.

I was led to believe it was 11am

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2 minutes ago, esquire8 said:

Are clubs voting at 3pm or is that when they release the result?

I think we will find out as soon as the clubs vote. The SPFL will not hang about for their celebrations. Champagne bottles popped and a pat on the back for the 3 cunts.

EGM is at 11am and official results released at 3pm. 

Don't be surprised but if a line like sources say it's failed come out beforehand 

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2 minutes ago, Swally said:

I was definitely an "are we there yet?" kid when we were on holiday.

I just thought the result would have been made public sooner, since the vote is around now, isn't it?

The EGM will begin at 11am with various speeches from clubs and personnel which are expected to last around an hour.

Following that, votes will be sent in to the SPFL and counted. You would expect spam accounts are regularly checked to ensure no repeat of the Good Friday problems.

Once all votes are accounted for - expected to be around 3pm - then the meeting will reconvene and the results made known to the clubs, and then announced publicly.

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1 minute ago, GersInCanada said:

I will not be surprised if there is no full vote. Would not put it past the SPFL to declare that the motion has failed before all votes are in.

The votes should not be getting sent to these fucks by email. Surely to fuck we have learned our lesson after the previous one?!!!

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1 minute ago, BlueKnight87 said:

EGM is at 11am and official results released at 3pm. 

Don't be surprised but if a line like sources say it's failed come out beforehand 

So probably clubs will vote after the EGM finishes.

So say half 11ish the EGM with finish. Clubs can then vote from then onwards?

If so expect a result leaked well before 3pm.

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2 minutes ago, Lenzie Loyal said:

The EGM will begin at 11am with various speeches from clubs and personnel which are expected to last around an hour.

Following that, votes will be sent in to the SPFL and counted. You would expect spam accounts are regularly checked to ensure no repeat of the Good Friday problems.

Once all votes are accounted for - expected to be around 3pm - then the meeting will reconvene and the results made known to the clubs, and then announced publicly.

And then we announce legal action?

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9 minutes ago, the old guard said:

I'm going for 14 which is a third, considering Doncaster is employed by the clubs I would hope a third of clubs voting against him will be enough to get him a lot closer to the exit door. 

That would give us 33%  and allow us to push ahead with the vote of no confidence - which I believe is what our was aim from the outset.

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I think this vote is irrelevant in many respects as we are not leaving it there, and they all know it.  However, I have a feeling that the media narrative has changed over the past few days and there is now much more backing for an II.  It is noticeable that many of the celtic-minded media hacks and ex-players are now publicly backing an II and even the bat-shit crazy Shill (Jackson) has stepped back a bit.  Sutton will always be a mouthpiece for Lawell but has also cooled the rhetoric in recent press releases.  Could it be that the SPFL and the puppet master have realised that an II is probably less damaging in the long run that a full-blown court case which is less controllable and may snowball into who the real culprit is?  I suspect that the 3 SPFL liars are toast whatever happens but they may well hang on to negatively influence the II before they vacate. 

It will be a lot closer than many think, maybe even a Yes outcome, but I believe that anything over 14 Yes votes and the II will get the go-ahead from Doncaster, all in the name of accountability, of course!

I expect a Yes from the unwashed too.

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The fact the SPFL have procedurally been brought to this vote screaming and kicking and lashing out along the way only reaffirms that the power base they’ve enjoyed for far too long is now over.  Regardless of today’s result they and their paymasters know we’ll not be found wanting anymore off the field and wether it’s via this vote today or through the legal system we’re coming after every last fucking one of them.  Let’s go Rangers 💥💥💥💥💥💥

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