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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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3 minutes ago, dummiesoot said:

Rangers issued a statement,  it hits the spot. The spfl cabal should be fucked. Aberdeen may be on board with our side of things.

I know you’re being cagey with Esquire’s info but can you confirm/deny Aberdeen now admitting they were bullied? Is that right direction or am I off the mark?

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16 minutes ago, PromDeAnglais said:

Very good point actually.  Scanning a document to PDF is the done thing in business. I can't believe all members took photos of the vote on their phone then emailed an image of the vote. I know lockdown is going on but I simply don't believe it.

Absolutely, the majority of documents are sent in PDF to prevent them being altered. 

Are we really to believe the SPFLs email server is setup to block them

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Even if the email was caught in a firewall it’s still delivered - it’s the recipients system that has it. If it had been rejected undelivered Dundee would have got a delivery failure message. I’m guessing this is why Dundee ended up sending an email to say their vote shouldn’t be taken (after being tapped up). Why would they have done that if it wasn’t sent? 

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Just now, Colin Traive said:

I know you’re being cagey with Esquire’s info but can you confirm/deny Aberdeen now admitting they were bullied? Is that right direction or am I off the mark?

We dont actually know that yet

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2 minutes ago, Colin Traive said:

I know you’re being cagey with Esquire’s info but can you confirm/deny Aberdeen now admitting they were bullied? Is that right direction or am I off the mark?

The sheep's original statement was they voted yes because clubs were in immediate need of funds. They may have a change of heart based on that it could now be 28 days but I think it is more to be with corruption and coercion being exposed. I'm sure many others would change their vote if they could.

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3 minutes ago, Big Al II said:

Anyone know what evidence we have? What’s the story here? Dundee apparently voted against meaning SPFL plan rejected, but vote not sent, not received, ignored?

How you doing mate no seen you on here in ages? 

 

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8 minutes ago, Trooblue said:

Hollicom will be hard at work this evening  making sure all the tame journos know the line to take in their stories tomorrow:

'Honest admin error by Dundee; here's a quote from the Dundee chairman to support this; Dundee genuinely wanted time to reflect, and having done so, will support the resolution; vitally important for our clubs to have a flow of cash at this extraordinary time; future of the game at stake; no time to lose: disgraceful statement from Rangers; very poor timing given the national crisis and the dire state of our game in Scotland; Doncaster and McKenzie great servants of the sport; to suggest otherwise is unfair; here's a quote from another Chairman saying how wrong Rangers are; blah, blah, blah - string this together under a suitable anti-Rangers headline; cash being transferred to your account now ...'

Nail on head

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