Posted tagged ‘Scottish Football League’

Media Junkies, same old clones and more idiots at the SFA……

July 26, 2012

In between all of the rubbish linking Rangers with just about any ex-SPL player it has become rather alarming to me the length of time an agreement is taking between Charles Green and the SFA to transfer any license.  What strikes me more is that the stalling point appears to be over the SPL stripping Rangers of any titles won whilst duel contracts were in play.

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Still No Further Forward……

July 18, 2012

 

The new season, for SFL clubs anyway, is a matter of days away and at this stage we are still no further forward in planning for the season ahead.

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The Baw Is Burst – Let’s Go Home…

July 12, 2012

 

Another month and STILL this saga looks no closer to an end point.

I predicted that there would be no form of Rangers in any league for next season; i am becoming more and more sure that this will now be the case.

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Finally, a detailed analysis from a football boss…..(Stenny)

July 5, 2012

Rangers Newco

We refer to the above and take this opportunity to make a statement on behalf of the club. Firstly we appreciate that there have been numerous calls for us to produce such a statement specifically outlining our voting intentions with regard to Rangers Newco entering the SFL. We have been of the opinion that we did not wish to issue a statement when a) we had no actual proposal and therefore no decision to make, and b) more importantly, until we were in full receipt of all the facts. We are now in a more enlightened position. (more…)

Clyde F.C. Statement on ‘newco’ entry to Division 1 (Excellent appraisal)

June 30, 2012

 

The Club has received a set of papers in advance of the SFL meeting on Tuesday. The essential intent behind those papers is to induce the SFL clubs to agree a proposal to allow a Newco to enter the SFL in the First Division in exchange for a range of structural changes to the current set up and some small financial inducements. Some of the proposed changes have merit in principle.

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