Spend, Liquidate, Repeat: Skintco reportedly pay 5 million for Hagi

kelly

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Maybe kings company Noal gave them a loan of 10m at huge mate rates ,sure that's what phil hinted at a few weeks ago ,if that's the case then Uefa group money and ST money will cover any shortfall and with league prize money takin care of the 1st 1 mill liverpool installment

The Hagi money will be covered in 3 payments so again season ticket or euro cash will cover it

don't see sevco heading for admin yet
 

Indycelt

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Maybe kings company Noal gave them a loan of 10m at huge mate rates ,sure that's what phil hinted at a few weeks ago ,if that's the case then Uefa group money and ST money will cover any shortfall and with league prize money takin care of the 1st 1 mill liverpool installment

The Hagi money will be covered in 3 payments so again season ticket or euro cash will cover it

don't see sevco heading for admin yet
Me neither, they will be burning through their pile of cash that comes in for season tickets, but when their deferred wages come up after they spend some more, they would want to qualify for Europe or they are screwed.
 

kelly

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Me neither, they will be burning through their pile of cash that comes in for season tickets, but when their deferred wages come up after they spend some more, they would want to qualify for Europe or they are screwed.
They've trimmed some off the wage bill with rumours more to leave that will free up a chunk on wages to persue fergushun and dykes
were going for the 10 they will be all in all over agin learning nothing
 

TET

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EXCLUSIVE Bain house deal probed by French Murray says chief did nothing unlawful

RANGERS chief executive Martin Bain plans to sue over claims he took £150,000 in bungs during player transfers.

He was accused of pocketing the cash two years ago in an article in a French newspaper yesterday.

At the time, Gers were involved with agent Ranko Stojic in deals to bring Jean-Alain Boumsong and Dado Prso to Glasgow from French clubs.

Bain and Stojic were involved in a property deal at the same time.

French authorities are investigating the allegations.

 

TET

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EXCLUSIVE Bain house deal probed by French Murray says chief did nothing unlawful

RANGERS chief executive Martin Bain plans to sue over claims he took £150,000 in bungs during player transfers.

He was accused of pocketing the cash two years ago in an article in a French newspaper yesterday.

At the time, Gers were involved with agent Ranko Stojic in deals to bring Jean-Alain Boumsong and Dado Prso to Glasgow from French clubs.

Bain and Stojic were involved in a property deal at the same time.

French authorities are investigating the allegations.

try finding a single news article on that discussion

just like king trial

its all been removed from easy access on the net
 

TET

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that willie MaKay seems to crop up a lot in fraud cases

Bain seems to be party to curious financial demise of clubs

and is no stranger to police investigations involving McKay and sevcos faither (look you are my son) and souness

but you won't find the story anywhere on the web

cant be tying up strange coincidences involving huge clandestine payments and dodgy glib and shameless liars
 

POD

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The little I have seen of Hagi, I do not rate him except for the odd decent set piece delivery. They are hopeing to punt him on quickly for a decent profit. They are relying on his name, a compliant Scottish sports media, eagerly waiting to talk him into superman status and the aid of agents interested in making a quick buck. But it is now going to be financially a very different transfer market. This makes this strategy hugely perilous for a cash strapped club. I see it as total desperation. It is equally telling that his club who know most about him as a player are quite happy to let him go but meanwhile sign Eboue Kouassi. Clearly then, they rate his value and abilities below the agreed Kouassi price. Another Ryan Kent on their books if they cannot shift him. Neither of them will make any difference to our march to TIAR. HH
 

Bridie Bhoy

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It is always a very big ask for a youngster who is the son of a legend to try to break out from the shadow of his father. Not everyone is up to the tough task of following in his Dad's footsteps as they try to bring success to Ibrokes - just ask young Andrew Dallas who just couldn't replicate his old man's influence during the really big games!
 

Digger

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Why would you buy a loan player from Hibs,if he was that good they would be looking for better business,the player hardly set the league on fire,simple comparison with any player in the Celtic team and would you pay 5 mill for him don't think so,just like Kent a mug pleaser
 
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