Posted tagged ‘Neil Lennon’

What is the point in rearranging the deck-chairs on the Titanic, when no one is fixing the Hull??

November 12, 2012

So where do Rangers really stand, where does league reconstruction take us and where is Scottish Football really going?

It has been a long time since I have written anything on this page. At present, I am far too busy to write anything other than my own research – something that sadly falls out with the walls of Scottish Football. However, as my concentration has completely gone I felt I may as well talk about some recent developments in Scottish Football.

First of all, let us address Hearts and their situation as this is clearly the biggest story in Scottish Football at present. Sadly it does not look good for Hearts at this present time. The club may owe a debt to HMRC that could see them facing imminent administration but for me, that is nothing short of the tip on a very large iceberg. The club owe sums of money in the region of £30 million to Romanov’s parent company. To be rather blunt, that is the debt that Hearts fans should be more worried about.


Calm Doon….

April 18, 2012

In your face: Lennon was adamant his side were hard done to against Hearts

Another week, another failure?, another bad decision and another ‘Tweet’.

I do not usually make much remark on Celtic. I do not support the team and therefore it is not really my place to comment on their affairs. Nothing Celtic or Neil Lennon do has any outcome on me; but after quite some time I feel it is time to have a small snigger and a friendly jibe.


Social Media and Employment Law

March 29, 2012

I am not that old.

I remember leaving high school and heading off to University: barley turned 18 years old armed only with my 450 speed processor of a laptop, a lump in my throat and more importantly – my Nokia 3330.

The Nokia 3330 was a robust piece of equipment. It could sent three text messages in one, had interchangeable covers and again, more importantly – Snake 2.

The year was 2003. In October of that very year, a few thousand miles away in Harvard University – a student began a revolution and almost single-handedly changed the way the world communicates. That student was Mark Zuckerberg, a self-made billionaire all stemming from his invention of a rather simple computer networking site within Harvard University called Facesmash. Of course this would later become Facebook, a programme familiar around the world with almost a billion users to date.

I used the word revolution, and aptly. A revolution in the traditional sense springs memories and images of Che Guevara type figures leading a charge against oppression and corruption. As we have witnessed only too recently in the Middle East and North Africa a revolution these days tends to be leaderless. Social media: Twitter, Facebook and the rest have made such possible.

Back in 2003 if we wanted to know the football results we either listened to the classifieds on the radio or we tuned into ‘teletext’ or ‘ceefax’. Such an idea seems rather pathetic now with the invention of far superior mobile phoned, the ‘app’ and social media where information on virtually ANYTHING is available at the touch of a finger. (more…)

Graham Spiers

February 4, 2012


A short but straight to the point blog.

I have been unfortunate enough to listen to the Clyde 1 Radio Phone in today and spent my time cringing at the Rangers fans that were calling in.

The personal attack on Graham Spiers toward the end of the show was all to similar to the ones that i have suffered myself and on a similar level – laughably so. (more…)

Taken For A Ride (Glasgow Rangers Are Not The Only Club With Astonishing Financial Figures)

October 5, 2011

Peter Lawwell – a man that causes complete outrage on both sides of the Old

Firm Divide.

One one hand, he is seen as a greedy failure with a tendency to create superlative lies in a bid to paper over the cracks of his office, or to defraud and vilify others. No,wait – this is how he is viewed on both sides of the divide. The only difference is the terminology.