Updated Rangers Statement - SPFL’s legal adviser deems Rangers' Members Resolution as incompetent, other clubs being bullied

Masonboyne

Active Member
Corrupt to the core.

How did it ever come this this, that a 20% minority community have 100% control of the SFA, SPFL, mhedia, courts, local government and Scottish Government
?
I'll tell you why. Same argument I've had with staunch orangemen for 40 years. Scotland sorry Glasgow more so we are not worthy, we are working men working class, we must vote labour at any cost. So Paddy and Shamus and all the devout catholic labour reps were continually voted in by nothing more than a working class ethos. They took over one by one and the people who put them there are the people who now see what it's become but still see themselves as the down trodden and must vote, well maybe now SNP or Labour. Full of agenda driven RCs. You reap what you sew. We have allowed this indeed participated in it. It is now as they say "it is what it is". I don't know how you reverse it now but bleeding hearts have bought into all the nonsense for years, the doors opened willingly and they gladly walked in.
 

The Golden God

Well-Known Member
Can I clarify something, I have been paying attention to the coronavirus stuff recently than this.

Are the SPFL voting and the lower leagues all voting at one? Or is each seperate league voting to finish their league?

So can say league 2 pass their vote and league 1 fail in their vote? Or if one fails they all fail type thing?
 

ssblue

Well-Known Member
Can I clarify something, I have been paying attention to the coronavirus stuff recently than this.

Are the SPFL voting and the lower leagues all voting at one? Or is each seperate league voting to finish their league?

So can say league 2 pass their vote and league 1 fail in their vote? Or if one fails they all fail type thing?
One fails they all fail.
 

sw26

Well-Known Member
Can I clarify something, I have been paying attention to the coronavirus stuff recently than this.

Are the SPFL voting and the lower leagues all voting at one? Or is each seperate league voting to finish their league?

So can say league 2 pass their vote and league 1 fail in their vote? Or if one fails they all fail type thing?
All leagues voting on the plan, needs 75% of every league to vote in favour for it to pass.

For all the focus on the Premiership I actually think the Championship will be the closest call.
 

mountloyal

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How the fvck can our our statement not be competent when we have a club rep on the SPFL board? Why are we seeking assistance with the drafting of our resolution? Do we not have lawyers who are aware of the SPFL rules?
Yes we are dealing with corrupt scummy cvnts but we do not appear to be too smart in our handling of this.
 

Amadaeus

Well-Known Member
Corrupt to the core.

How did it ever come this this, that a 20% minority community have 100% control of the SFA, SPFL, mhedia, courts, local government and Scottish Government
?
This has taken decades to achieve, in 2012 they saw the opportunity the break up the then-current setup and rebuild it into theirs. They have put all their troops into senior positions and only push forward celliks agenda. In short the SPFL = cellik

If only the other clubs and fans saw it for what is is. :rolleyes:
 

TynesideTrueBlue

Well-Known Member
Every club who is due to host the filth twice next season before the split will be threatened with boycott by their hordes.

The difference is they will actually do it.
Totally agree with you the Scum would boycott them, it’s time the Rangers Fans woke up and do the same.
The corruption within Scottish Football holds no boundaries now enough is enough time to fight back and act.
 

mountloyal

Well-Known Member
Our biggest problem is we meekly accepted the bastards ruling that there was no conflict of interest in having a scum stooge Murdoch MacLennan on the SPFL board. We should have taken this further. He is on the payroll on the beasts owners ffs.
 
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Luca Stroppi

Well-Known Member
Corrupt to the core.

How did it ever come this this, that a 20% minority community have 100% control of the SFA, SPFL, mhedia, courts, local government and Scottish Government
?
Simple, greet and whine incessantly that you are a downtrodden minority whilst simultaneously getting into all the spheres of power and influence that have been supposedly unattainable and then ultimately you gain control of that particular thing when you recruit and promote likeminded bigots/zealots.

This situation was made easier to achieve in our society because of apartheid schooling obviously but also due to the fact that the population who identify as Protestant don’t act as one unifying force on a number of issues and the other important factor I believe is the influence and naivety of a significant part of the population well aware of Scotland’s historical religious strife and are absolutely sick of listening to the oppressed minority’s endless bullshit about how bad Scottish society has treated them.

We are talking about a group of people who to varying degrees but generally still to this day subscribe to a religion which has waged war on Protestants since the reformation and been responsible for persecution death and destruction of people’s and countries worldwide throughout its entire history but squeal prejudice because there’s still people who rightly detest the RC institution and the fanatical individuals who pursue its interests at all costs.

There are a lot of people who are well armed with the knowledge of they’re history, they’re ways and the results of they’re meddling, it’s just a shame there’s fewer people these days who are prepared to speak plainly and openly about it.
 

turps100

Active Member
I think it is more than just having the title, I think they must a huge wedge of cash to come if they are champions through sponsors bonuses. Either that or they got wind that UEFA want to take it back to where each team played each other home and away. Either way, it looks horrific the way the SPFL/Celtic are acting while people are dying.
 

Drumchapel-Bear

Well-Known Member
It all stands and falls on their lie. The scum don't need a title in order that money is distributed to member clubs. It's just not true.
Exactly. Said this on another thread earlier but if the season can't be completed on the park, the only solution is null and void the leagues and distribute all prize/tv money equally amongst all clubs. That looks after every team financially in a fair manner and also maintains the sporting integrity of the competition.
 

Ponientebear

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Unfortunately those that would are now furloughed
They have had many years previously to this knowing Scottish football was being used for the sole advantage of one club, they, like most associated with football in this country fear for their jobs if they don’t comply.
 

sw26

Well-Known Member
How the fvck can our our statement not be competent when we have a club rep on the SPFL board? Why are we seeking assistance with the drafting of our resolution? Do we not have lawyers who are aware of the SPFL rules?
Yes we are dealing with corrupt scummy cvnts but we do not appear to be too smart in our handling of this.
You just answered your own question.
 

High Society

Well-Known Member
How the fvck can our our statement not be competent when we have a club rep on the SPFL board? Why are we seeking assistance with the drafting of our resolution? Do we not have lawyers who are aware of the SPFL rules?
Yes we are dealing with corrupt scummy cvnts but we do not appear to be too smart in our handling of this.
Don’t be naive these rats change or interpret the rules to suit
 

insanicdrunk

Well-Known Member
And by the way, David graham has done more for our PR in a positive manner than Jim Traynor had done in 8 years.

The man clearly knows the dark arts of the media better than we first thought. And that’s with working in Northern Ireland politics where it’s as murky and dark as you can get.

he’s not for being bullied that’s for sure.
I would say he's got more influence than just the statements. As you say he knows the dark arts.

Looking at the statement I suspect that we deliberately submitted 'incorrectly' to get a reaction from them. It has worked and shown the corruption.
 

SDF

Well-Known Member
The response

The SPFL Board received a requisition from Rangers, supported by two other clubs, that the Board must issue a further resolution to members. This resolution sought to compel the SPFL to lend money to all 42 Clubs.

The Board took legal advice from a leading QC on the proposed resolution. By law, the members of a private company can require their Board to circulate a resolution, unless such resolution would be ineffective if passed.

The clear and unequivocal legal advice received by the SPFL is that the resolution received from Rangers is ineffective in terms of company law. As a result, the Board determined this morning that it cannot be circulated to members.

We have seen a statement from Rangers that they “sought comment from the SPFL Executive on several occasions yesterday, to ensure [their] resolution was deemed competent”. For the avoidance of doubt, only at 10.18pm yesterday did the SPFL’s lawyer receive an email from Rangers seeking advice on the content of their resolution, which was put before the SPFL Board first thing this morning.

Rangers have expressed a desire to submit a further resolution. The SPFL’s lawyers will work with Rangers, as they will with any other member club, who wishes to put forward a resolution. The offer to help clubs with the drafting of their resolutions was made during the divisional conference calls on Wednesday. Rangers chose to proceed without seeking that help, with the result that their resolution was ineffective.

A spokesman said: “These are extremely difficult times for the people of Scotland and for every club in the land.

“The SPFL Board has worked hard to propose a clear way of quickly delivering much-needed fee payments to the 30 clubs in the Ladbrokes Championship, League 1 and League 2.

“The alternative is further weeks, and possibly months, of uncertainty and financial hardship for dozens of clubs which are desperately looking for a way to survive.”

 
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