League Reconstruction & the Rangers Resolution stuff - All Merged

green sprig

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Am I missing something here, while the rest of Scotland laughs at the hun dossier. How come the huns are thinking they have a great chance at a court case with there 200 pages worth of shit?
The same PEEPUL Andy thought they had a great chance at the League Cup,Scottish Cup and the League Championship....and probably the EUFA Cup,,but we know how that turned out,no reason to think their court case would have turned out any better for them..that,s why we call them,,
The Gullibles..

HH.
 

Shadow2

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I know we all love the β€˜game’ But we also should understand that football is also a multi-million pound business, who have paid Billions of pounds in taxes over the year's into the country, Now that they are in trouble because of Covid19, why shouldn’t they get any help ?? Airlines,supermarkets, and other Company’s are getting help.
Who's said they shouldn't get help Jinxy? They've had help.

Football clubs have already been given the same help as all the other sectors you've mentioned through the government's (taxpayer funded) furlough schemes, none of these businesses were given government bailouts so why should football clubs be any different?

Reality is we're likely facing the worst recession in history, resources are finite and the institutions we rely on to make society function need to be prioritised. Every penny you give to a football club through a government bailout means less money will be available to the NHS, city councils, welfare etc. which could mean depriving nurses/doctors access to life saving equipment for themselves and their patients, preventing a council being able to provide essential social care to the elderly and disabled and the welfare system being unable to keep roofs over the heads and food on the tables of the poorest and most vulnerable in our society......and for what so some guy in his mid-twenties can continue enjoying his over-privileged lifestyle of pissing away tens of thousands of Β£'s on stupid haircuts and luxury sports cars.

If we start bailing out football clubs and companies owned by billionaire's etc. whilst depriving the majority in society and the institutions we rely upon of the basics then we've not learned a fucking thing over these last couple of months. Maybe if these businesses and industries started operating more financially sound and sustainable business models instead of being blinded by greed then they'd be better equipped to see out a crisis.

I mean no offence to you personally Jinxy but so what if they've paid billions in tax over the years! I'm sick to death of hearing this tired old bullshit being trotted out by banks, big business and other industries awash with cash, as if their paying of tax should be viewed as an act of fucking virtue that should bestow upon them special treatment instead of what it actually is......them paying their dues.

It's part of the social contract they enter into when they are given access to the country's infrastructure, economic market and customer base, they get to use the structures of society to make money for themselves and their shareholders and in return they're required to make a contribution from their profits to the well-being of the society in which they operate in. If any business or industry has paid billions in tax then they have made many many more billions in profit so if they require a bailout then they should go ask the recipients of those billions for a handout not the government. See that's the problem with these billion Β£ businesses and industries, they want to be capitalists with their profits but socialists with their debts.

HH Jinxy, hope you and the family are well during these tough times. (y)
 
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The Shamrock

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Who's said they shouldn't get help Jinxy? They've had help.

Football clubs have already been given the same help as all the other sectors you've mentioned through the government's (taxpayer funded) furlough schemes, none of these businesses were given government bailouts so why should football clubs be any different?

Reality is we're likely facing the worst recession in history, resources are finite and the institutions we rely upon to make society function need to be prioritised. Every penny you give to a football club through a government bailout means less money will be available to the NHS, city councils, welfare etc. which could mean depriving nurses/doctors access to life saving equipment for themselves and their patients, preventing a council being able to provide essential social care to the elderly and disabled and the welfare system being unable to keep roofs over the heads and food on the tables of the poorest and most vulnerable in our society......and for what so some guy in his mid-twenties can continue enjoying his over-privileged lifestyle of pissing away tens of thousands of Β£'s on stupid haircuts and luxury sports cars.

If we start bailing out football clubs and companies owned by billionaire's etc. whilst depriving the majority in society and the institutions we rely upon of the basics then we've not learned a fucking thing over these last couple of months. Maybe if these businesses and industries started operating more financially sound and sustainable business models instead of being blinded by greed then they'd be better equipped to see out a crisis.

I mean no offence to you personally Jinxy but so what if they've paid billions in tax over the years! I'm sick to death of hearing this tired old bullshit being trotted out by banks, big business and other industries awash with cash, as if their paying of tax should be viewed as an act of fucking virtue that should bestow upon them special treatment instead of what it actually is......them paying their dues.

It's part of the social contract they enter into when they are given access to the country's infrastructure, economic market and customer base they get to use the structures of society to make money for themselves and their shareholders and in return they're required to make a contribution from their profits to the well-being of the society in which they operate in. If any business or industry has paid billions in tax then they have made many many more billions in profit so if they require a bailout then they should go ask the recipients of those billions for a handout not the government. See that's the problem with these billion Β£ businesses and industries, they want to be capitalists with their profits but socialists with their debts.

HH Jinxy, hope you and the family are well during these tough times. (y)
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Lunatic Harness

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Am I missing something here, while the rest of Scotland laughs at the hun dossier. How come the huns are thinking they have a great chance at a court case with there 200 pages worth of shit?
Because cheerleaders like Tom English and the Daily Record who were convinced they had something dynamite and have been pushing this narrative for the last 3 weeks now feel very stupid that it wasn't so they're now resorting to saying well it's not huge but there's still something there .
 

Lunatic Harness

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Because cheerleaders like Tom English and the Daily Record who were convinced they had something dynamite and have been pushing this narrative for the last 3 weeks now feel very stupid that it wasn't so they're now resorting to saying well it's not huge but there's still something there .
A compliant media who lets Mr Robertson lie live on air and doesn't challenge him ...
 

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The Galway shawl

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Because cheerleaders like Tom English and the Daily Record who were convinced they had something dynamite and have been pushing this narrative for the last 3 weeks now feel very stupid that it wasn't so they're now resorting to saying well it's not huge but there's still something there .
Fuck me John Wayne's got a better smoking Gun, And like sevco's dossier it's full of blanks as well. πŸ˜‚
 

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