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The season isn’t in any danger of being stopped. The only thing that would do it is another massive surge in cases country wide that then ends up with outbreaks within squads. The testing regime and t

Lock this thread before all the conspiracy theorists take over.

Thread has run its course I think.  It was baseless clickbait and doesn’t need the oxygen of publicity. 

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My pal is clear that Rangers won't be declared Champions this season. 

He is a Stirling Albion fan.

Doncaster didn't have to say that.

He mentions 75% of games completed last season. That's not a rule.

Nothing would surprise me. 

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13 minutes ago, MacBoyd said:

In tomorrow's rebel. 

I can't see how he can table that proposal because our dossier last year found out it was taken off the table because of financial liabilities i.e the 10m.

FF have a copy of the dossier here

 https://www.followfollow.com/forum/threads/appendices-to-rangers-submission-to-the-spfl-agm-parts-1-7.119767/

 

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3 minutes ago, Dickie1963 said:

My pal is clear that Rangers won't be declared Champions this season. 

He is a Stirling Albion fan.

Doncaster didn't have to say that.

He mentions 75% of games completed last season. That's not a rule.

Nothing would surprise me. 

The 75% rule is a myth 

Hamilton owner Ronnie MacDonald has suggested that within the rules there is a stipulation that once 75 per cent of games are played, the body can declare the season over.

He told the Sun : “Once 75 per cent of the games have been played, the SPFL’s own rules say they can declare the season completed.

“If the league’s declared finished, as opposed to null and void, the SPFL would be able to pay out prize money based on the league positions at that time.

“Of course, it isn’t ideal. But in case people haven’t noticed, we’re not living in ideal times."

Having looked in detail at the document and talked to sources within the SPFL, Record Sport can confirm there is no such rule.

https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/celtic-title-award-fallacy-hamilton-21706396

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3 minutes ago, Sweetheart said:

I can't see how he can table that proposal because our dossier last year found out it was taken off the table because of financial liabilities the 10m. FF have a copy of the dossier here

 https://www.followfollow.com/forum/threads/appendices-to-rangers-submission-to-the-spfl-agm-parts-1-7.119767/

 

He doesn't. 

Stand down.

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Just now, Sweetheart said:

The 75% rule is a myth 

Hamilton owner Ronnie MacDonald has suggested that within the rules there is a stipulation that once 75 per cent of games are played, the body can declare the season over.

He told the Sun : “Once 75 per cent of the games have been played, the SPFL’s own rules say they can declare the season completed.

“If the league’s declared finished, as opposed to null and void, the SPFL would be able to pay out prize money based on the league positions at that time.

“Of course, it isn’t ideal. But in case people haven’t noticed, we’re not living in ideal times."

Having looked in detail at the document and talked to sources within the SPFL, Record Sport can confirm there is no such rule.

https://BOYCOTT THIS LINK/sport/football/football-news/celtic-title-award-fallacy-hamilton-21706396

Doncaster alluded to it in the rebels article. Said ALL leagues had played that percentage, which was the part that worried me with 2 leagues suspended.

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