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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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Is it time to call  a double bluff?  we should start spreading some  rumours that we are only offering to pay for the investigation because we know that there is no chance we are going to win the vote, we cant afford it and that  in fact we would go under if we had to pay for the investigation.  It turns the vote into a vote for Rangers to go under, they wont be able to help themselves. Lets see how many of the Rangers hating clubs fall over themselves to get their vote in first, hell there is that many of them that hate ranger more than they love their own club that there is a good chance that we will win the vote with a clear majority

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4 minutes ago, dummiesoot said:

The more we are standing firm, being proper, etc the more I am convinced that Dave King's hands were tied and part of that may well have needed Traynor to be the head of comms, given a style and background in Scottish football. Is it mere coincidence was has happened since Mr Park and mr  Graham landed in the roles?

Maybe. for me things started to change after JT was attacked hence his position being filled by someone who knows exactly what's going on. 

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4 minutes ago, eskbankloyal said:

Very good move by Park. That removes the main defence the SPFL had. They’ll presumably now switch to ‘time constraints’ and that there are more important matters. 

Clubs that still vote against should be called out exactly for what it is though. 

The EGM resolution will still fail, of that there is no doubt but we might get closer to say 50% of the clubs voting in favour which would still give the SPFL a major headache. 

Dont think we will be playing football anytime soon so time may not be as big a factor as they think!

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At long last we seem to have a board with actully sharp business men and a passion for a fight when it calls for it. A long way from the dross and spivs we have had to endure for too many years. 

DP and Bennett over the past couple of days have just shown the SPFL up and they seem like they are almost enjoying this, like they are toying with them now like a cat toys with a mouse.

Also DP's quote "maby he can answer that the next time he has a Q & A with himself" is the best burn I have heard in weeks and easily the best comment of this saga so far!

Keep the pressure on Rangers!

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There is another aspect to this that needs to be considered as well. What is the end game? 

celtic will sacrifice Doncaster if they need to given Lawwell will replace Robertson on the SPFL board next year as part of the yearly switch so they’ll be confident they can control the recruitment process. MacKenzie & McLennan would be much bigger scalps given the various issues around them. 

Ultimately, the ‘win’ for us is removing them and showing that we can, again, exert influence on the game which we haven’t done for nearly 15 years. 

Is that a big enough win? 

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5 hours ago, BlueThunder said:

Not trying to put a pin in our collective balloon, but this is from a Scotsman piece about Park‘s comments that has just gone up.

It is plain to all that there are no means to complete the season on the pitch, and it would strengthen the belief that Rangers’ recent crusade is all about better SPFL governance and not denying celtic a title were the Ibrox club willing to acknowledge that there is no option but to employ a points-per-game calculation to settle all outstanding issues. Park is unwilling to do that, though.”

So, Andrew Smith who wrote that piece might believe our motives if we accept the PPG is the only way to go? I actually think the two are separate issues, we can ask for better governance AND hope we can finish the season somehow (albeit more and more unlikely) but he would have us be taken seriously only if we say that the season is over and they win by PPG. We must respect the PPG sporting merit it seems.

Absolutely weird. Will this be the new media narrative? “You will have more chance of the inquiry if you concede the title”? 

 

I think his point is that many think that our endgame (and the media have painted it thus) is to force null and void and thereby deny celtic the title.

So if we said season is truly over, just give celtic the title, that would completely destroy any argument that we’re doing this for the benefit of Rangers alone.

Only that will kill off the arguments from those who don’t understand that we want REAL change, not just this season or next, but for good.

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8 hours ago, KingKirk said:

What's a reason for one club to reject this outside celtic ?

Genuinely can't think of one

The irony of the situation is the scum and their accolytes have been bumping their gums for years 

calling out everything as a Masonic conspiracy and how the establishment is their  enemy

if that is the case surely they'd be voting to oust said conspirators?

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25 minutes ago, eskbankloyal said:

Very good move by Park. That removes the main defence the SPFL had. They’ll presumably now switch to ‘time constraints’ and that there are more important matters. 

Clubs that still vote against should be called out exactly for what it is though. 

The EGM resolution will still fail, of that there is no doubt but we might get closer to say 50% of the clubs voting in favour which would still give the SPFL a major headache. 

Correct,

Question - To every single one of the other  41 clubs. 

This  Independent investigation is for the betterment of Scottish football going forward, it is a free shot for you as in these trying times of austerity we at Rangers shall meet the full cost in its entirety.

Would there be any reason we may have missed that would mean you would not want to be involved in this to  take our national game forward?

If the SPFL board   as they say (have nothing to hide) they should be most welcoming of this investigation then if that is found to be the case we can carry on with the knowledge that the people in charge are doing their level best to forward our game.

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8 hours ago, magic8ball said:

Will that tactic work 2 years from now though ,these are line in the sand times 

Ps I first met that cunt Jackson almost 40 years ago ,he was a fucking prick then and he’s a fucking bigger prick now ,oh and for the record he was a bear then ,fuck knows how anybody could ever drop that ,being one of the people is one of the greatest pleasures in this world 

Genuinely?  

What the fuck has happened for him to decay into the dug shite he now is?

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2 minutes ago, Swally said:

Genuinely?  

What the fuck has happened for him to decay into the dug shite he now is?

Probably because he played with Rangers youth teams and wasn't good enough to progress so is still crying like a wee kid about it. 

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