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1 hour ago, Moody Blue Legend said:

Heard that assistant on the news yesterday saying the superstar striker valuation is well more than £20m. :lol: 

I read in the Express this morning that Stillian Petrov thinks Armstrong will soon be worth 20 million.

20 million seems to be the go to valuation of all their players.

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1 hour ago, sandyinroyalblue said:

I read in the Express this morning that Stillian Petrov thinks Armstrong will soon be worth 20 million.

20 million seems to be the go to valuation of all their players.

That's fuckin inflation for ye!

The scums generic startin price has risen 6 million in a year.

Their delusion has no bounds. Armstrong was an ineffective failure until just recently.

 

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On 7 January 2017 at 1:32 PM, sandyinroyalblue said:

I read in the Express this morning that Stillian Petrov thinks Armstrong will soon be worth 20 million.

20 million seems to be the go to valuation of all their players.

There going to need that to pay fines if justice has its way. 

https://www.rt.com/usa/372955-pennsylvania-university-child-abuse/

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3 hours ago, Howsitgoing said:

There going to need that to pay fines if justice has its way. 

https://www.rt.com/usa/372955-pennsylvania-university-child-abuse/

I guess your are new to Scotland, Howsitgoing? :) 

 

Don't you know that the team you are referring too are seemingly immune in this country to any justice or judgement regarding their sordid past?

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30 minutes ago, Ryju84 said:

I guess your are new to Scotland, Howsitgoing? :) 

 

Don't you know that the team you are referring too are seemingly immune in this country to any justice or judgement regarding their sordid past?

Not new but that part that keeps me optimistic is that these cretins are still today being questioned on their sordid past and I'm hoping that the old adage "justice will prevail" will be a major factor.

Until they face the sanctions that the lesser corrupt penn state has,justice has not prevailed. 

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Where to begin with this...............

 

CELTIC star Leigh Griffiths won’t be prosecuted over an offensive tweet – after the charge was dropped FOUR YEARS on.

Griffiths, 26, told Zak Iqbal to ‘f*** off back to your own country’ in a heated spat in 2013 before apologising for the comment.

Cops charged him within a month of the tweet but after four years the Crown Office finally said they didn’t have enough evidence to prosecute the striker.

The decision comes two years after Griffiths was convicted of starting a vile pub singsong which branded Hearts hero Rudi Skacel a “f***ing refugee”.

Last night, a pal of Leigh’s said: “He’s delighted it’s been concluded and is over.”

But campaign group Show Racism the Red Card (SRtRC) said: “Examples of racism and prejudice on social media platforms are rarely taken as seriously as they should be.”

The Scotland star’s outburst in January 2013 came after he was mocked by Zak for fathering four kids with three different women.

Iqbal, of Livingston, wrote ‘How many different birds you got pregnant? You really are such a stupid c***’ and taunted him about his looks.

Griffiths wrote: “F*** off back to your own country, ya clown.”

Iqbal replied: “I was born and bred in Livingston … and you’re telling me to get back to my own country?”

Griffiths quickly backtracked by writing: “Got to apologise to @zaq_iqbal for my comment earlier, was out of order!”

Griffiths was charged under section 127 of the Communications Act, which deals with the improper use of electronic communications networks, and faced six months’ jail or a £5,000 fine.

But after a lengthy probe by the Crown Office they have dropped proceedings against him.

A spokesman for SRtRC said: “Show Racism the Red Card upholds the belief that the tweet posted by Leigh Griffith in 2013 is unacceptable and is a sad reflection of attitudes that still persist among some members of society.

“At the time, the campaign in Scotland issued a statement which included the assertion that SRtRC is not a policy-making or punitive body but that we hoped that the matter could be dealt with swiftly and commensurately by the relevant authorities.

“It is disappointing that this has clearly not been the case, and at the time of writing, the prosecutors have not publicised the reasons why they felt that the evidence was insufficient, therefore SRtRC is not in a position to comment further.

“As an anti-racism education charity, SRtRC believes that education is essential in helping individuals to better understand why all manifestations of racism are unacceptable, irrespective of the methods by which these attitudes are communicated.”

A spokesman for the Crown Office said: “There are currently no proceedings but the Crown reserves the right to raise proceedings should further evidence become available.”
The spokesman refused to discuss why it took so long to come to a decision.

The star’s lawyer Liam O’Donnell said: “The striker is currently in Dubai and doesn’t wish to comment.”

In 2015, he issued a grovelling apology for the vile pub singsong which branded Hearts hero Rudi Skacel a “f***ing refugee”.

He insisted he meant “no malice” to the Czech player after he started the chant in a pub packed with fellow Hibs fans before an Edinburgh derby.

He said: “I am not racist. I got involved in something I shouldn’t have got involved in.

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9 minutes ago, Laudrup1984 said:

Where to begin with this...............

 

CELTIC star Leigh Griffiths won’t be prosecuted over an offensive tweet – after the charge was dropped FOUR YEARS on.

Griffiths, 26, told Zak Iqbal to ‘f*** off back to your own country’ in a heated spat in 2013 before apologising for the comment.

Cops charged him within a month of the tweet but after four years the Crown Office finally said they didn’t have enough evidence to prosecute the striker.

The decision comes two years after Griffiths was convicted of starting a vile pub singsong which branded Hearts hero Rudi Skacel a “f***ing refugee”.

Last night, a pal of Leigh’s said: “He’s delighted it’s been concluded and is over.”

But campaign group Show Racism the Red Card (SRtRC) said: “Examples of racism and prejudice on social media platforms are rarely taken as seriously as they should be.”

The Scotland star’s outburst in January 2013 came after he was mocked by Zak for fathering four kids with three different women.

Iqbal, of Livingston, wrote ‘How many different birds you got pregnant? You really are such a stupid c***’ and taunted him about his looks.

Griffiths wrote: “F*** off back to your own country, ya clown.”

Iqbal replied: “I was born and bred in Livingston … and you’re telling me to get back to my own country?”

Griffiths quickly backtracked by writing: “Got to apologise to @zaq_iqbal for my comment earlier, was out of order!”

Griffiths was charged under section 127 of the Communications Act, which deals with the improper use of electronic communications networks, and faced six months’ jail or a £5,000 fine.

But after a lengthy probe by the Crown Office they have dropped proceedings against him.

A spokesman for SRtRC said: “Show Racism the Red Card upholds the belief that the tweet posted by Leigh Griffith in 2013 is unacceptable and is a sad reflection of attitudes that still persist among some members of society.

“At the time, the campaign in Scotland issued a statement which included the assertion that SRtRC is not a policy-making or punitive body but that we hoped that the matter could be dealt with swiftly and commensurately by the relevant authorities.

“It is disappointing that this has clearly not been the case, and at the time of writing, the prosecutors have not publicised the reasons why they felt that the evidence was insufficient, therefore SRtRC is not in a position to comment further.

“As an anti-racism education charity, SRtRC believes that education is essential in helping individuals to better understand why all manifestations of racism are unacceptable, irrespective of the methods by which these attitudes are communicated.”

A spokesman for the Crown Office said: “There are currently no proceedings but the Crown reserves the right to raise proceedings should further evidence become available.”
The spokesman refused to discuss why it took so long to come to a decision.

The star’s lawyer Liam O’Donnell said: “The striker is currently in Dubai and doesn’t wish to comment.”

In 2015, he issued a grovelling apology for the vile pub singsong which branded Hearts hero Rudi Skacel a “f***ing refugee”.

He insisted he meant “no malice” to the Czech player after he started the chant in a pub packed with fellow Hibs fans before an Edinburgh derby.

He said: “I am not racist. I got involved in something I shouldn’t have got involved in.

Racism = allowed

Jokes and ill-judged mocking = not allowed

Okay, starting to understand the law now...

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