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Yeah but the goal was still offside!!

The EBTs weren't illegal when we used them and Celtic used them too on a smaller scale. If we are guilty, which still hasn't been proven, then we will get our punishment. Winnin those titles will stop us winning more in the future. Nothing should and nothing will get revoked.

Anyway that's not what I was asking you to back me up on. The fact that theyre not accepting their defeats, all the conspiracy p*ss, Lennons horrible behaviour which you probably havent seen, using the death threat thing as an excuse and sob story for years while they do the same themselves and just generally embarrassing themselves.

Lennon is setting a disgusting example of the club by the conspiracy talk and blaming referees publicly himself. The penalty claim wasn't ridiculous yesterday, it hit two players hands and wasn't an awful decision. If it wasn't one then it was JUST not a penalty. Whereas Gary Hooper WAS offside and that's something that's black or white. Your goal definitely shouldn't have stood while Hearts one is questionable.

I will say that as a person I'm more drawn to mcoist, he's a decent bloke and was a good player whereas lennon does seem somewhat aggressive.

If I had to choose 1 to go for a pint with it would be mcoist

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I will say that as a person I'm more drawn to mcoist, he's a decent bloke and was a good player whereas lennon does seem somewhat aggressive.

If I had to choose 1 to go for a pint with it would be mcoist

lennon believe it or not is totaly different from the dugout hes actually quite sensible & intelligent haha just passionate though & doesnt take shite from the bigots..i must admit mccoist does seem to be the more approachable out the two with his happy cheeky chappy sence of humour
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I have met Lennon many years ago at a wedding !!!

He is a smashing bloke just needs to control that red headed irish temper !!!!!!

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How the hell should you have had a penalty!!??

Ki dived for one claim and your handball didn't even his Webster's hand!

Stop going on about " our country is a bigotoed cesspit" because yous are just as bad.

And the officials didn't cheat either! He made a call, asked his assistant and changed his mind!!! It was the right decision too!

Lennon is a prat and doesn't have 3 charges with a 4th likely to come against him just now for no reason.

you are a biased little man
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heres something that might cheer you up RF as youve been in a foul mood lately, tonight was the under 17s glasgow cup final it finished 1-1 with the huns winning 4-2 on pens 6,000 attended at ibrox 3k celts in the broomloan end looked good some flares n smoke apparently huns on twitter saying we were burning seats which were on fire not true its been confirmed celtic fans set light to a hun strip

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you are a biased little man

FFS. I'm not arguing anymore. Everyone knows my opinion.

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apparently huns on twitter saying we were burning seats which were on fire not true its been confirmed celtic fans set light to a hun strip

One final parting shot because I just saw this. More lies...

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There was a better one showing the whole chair going on fire but I can't find it now.

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One final parting shot because I just saw this. More lies...

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There was a better one showing the whole chair going on fire but I can't find it now.

ah well you still owe us 40k for smashing seats & tiolets in the last derby games at celtic park i say its fair game il try come across the video of our tiolets soon ;)

edit; i should have mentioned we didnt set fire to seat on purpose we just set alight a hun top which obv landed on the seat to make it burn...not clever i know & when i say we i dont mean me i wasnt at the game

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ah well you still owe us 40k for smashing seats & tiolets in the last derby games at celtic park i say its fair game il try come across the video of our tiolets soon ;)

edit; i should have mentioned we didnt set fire to seat on purpose we just set alight a hun top which obv landed on the seat to make it burn...not clever i know & when i say we i dont mean me i wasnt at the game

And you did the exact same at ibrox...

Can even turn up to an u17 game without setting fire to the place. What did you think was going to happen? From a whole stadium view from later the fire is huge! Surprised they didn't make everyone evacuate!

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And you did the exact same at ibrox...

Can even turn up to an u17 game without setting fire to the place. What did you think was going to happen? From a whole stadium view from later the fire is huge! Surprised they didn't make everyone evacuate!

erm manchester 2008???
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as i said fair game!

still waiting for our 40k btw?

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erm manchester 2008???

That's got nothing to do with it :lol:

You are complaining we broke a couple seats at PH, well you lot do it at Ibrox every OF game too! And went further and set the place on fire at an u17s match for no reason!

When 100,000 fans spent money to go to Manchester in the biggest game for many years without tickets to watch the game on the big screen for it not to work you have understandably 100,000 very angry people. Something was bound to happen with some idiots.

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That's got nothing to do with it :lol:

You are complaining we broke a couple seats at PH, well you lot do it at Ibrox every OF game too! And went further and set the place on fire at an u17s match for no reason!

When 100,000 fans spent money to go to Manchester in the biggest game for many years without tickets to watch the game on the big screen for it not to work you have understandably 100,000 very angry people. Something was bound to happen with some idiots.

you cunts are angry 24/7 lol...we even have a name for it hun permarage lol

anyway back to football im hearing steve davis is injured for season big loss yer best CM

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you cunts are angry 24/7 lol...we even have a name for it hun permarage lol

anyway back to football im hearing steve davis is injured for season big loss yer best CM

Not strictly true about being our best CM. Been good lately but a below average season overall. Maurice Edu has been our best CM this season and Rhys McCabe will do well filling in and getting some game time/experience.

Looking forward to having Jamie Ness back next season, just hope he can stay fit. Him and McCabe could be good enough to start every week if we had to sell Davis/Edu which I don't think it will come to that.

Let's say if Bill Ng takes over, I can see just fringe players leaving like Bedoya, Ortiz, Healy etc. He's even talked about transfer targets, optimistic shall we say for this forthcoming window.

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so yer ST getting renewed......yay or nay?

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Definitely.

Anyway, happy 100th page to the SPL Thread :D :thumbup:

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Definitely.

Anyway, happy 100th page to the SPL Thread :D :thumbup:

ditto :yay: one of the most popular threads on AVF ever lol 100 pages of me & you bickering :thumbsup:

25% of yer ST btw!

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Strong rumours from a forum moderator who says he's been told by a reliable source that The Blue Knights will be named as preffered bidder tomorrow after issues were ironed out over this weekend.

Also says that Whyte will hand over his shares in return for not being sued and that the admin have held talks with HMRC and that they are willing to do a deal for a CVA.

Let's hope this mess is sorted out soon! Big news tonight!

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Strong rumours from a forum moderator who says he's been told by a reliable source that The Blue Knights will be named as preffered bidder tomorrow after issues were ironed out over this weekend.

Also says that Whyte will hand over his shares in return for not being sued and that the admin have held talks with HMRC and that they are willing to do a deal for a CVA.

Let's hope this mess is sorted out soon! Big news tonight!

for arguments sake what happens IF no bidders seal a deal tommorow then what happens??
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for arguments sake what happens IF no bidders seal a deal tommorow then what happens??

Not sure, I imagine that Whyte would stay in charge and we would eventually be liquidated.

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sfa hearing

Disciplinary Proceedings Outcome

Monday, 23 April 2012

A Judicial Panel Tribunal convened to hear the cases against Rangers FC and Craig Whyte today concluded their findings and set out the following outcomes:

Name: Craig Whyte, Director, Rangers FC

Dates: 6th May 2011 to 6th March 2012

Disciplinary Rule(s) allegedly breached: Rules 66, 71 and 105

Outcomes:

The Tribunal found Craig Whyte guilty under Rule 66 and fined him £50,000.

The Tribunal returned a Not Proven verdict in respect of Rule 71.

The Tribunal found Craig Whyte guilty on three separate counts under Rule 105 and fined him £50,000 in respect of each breach.

The above sanctions shall be paid within 30 days, with interest of 4% per annum over the base lending rate of Bank of Scotland plc from the date of determination until paid.

Under Articles 94.1 and 95, the Tribunal expelled Craig Whyte for life from any participation in Association Football in Scotland.

Name: Rangers FC

Dates: 6th May 2011 to 6th March 2012

Disciplinary Rule(s) allegedly breached: Rules 1, 2, 14, 66, 71 and 325

Outcomes:

The Tribunal returned a verdict of Not Proven in respect of Rule 1.

The Tribunal found Rangers FC guilty in respect of Rule 2 and imposed the maximum fine of £10,000 payable within 12 months.

The Tribunal found Rangers FC guilty in respect of Rule 14 and imposed the maximum fine of £50,000 payable within 12 months

The Tribunal found Rangers FC guilty in respect of Rule 66 and imposed the maximum fine of £100,000 payable within 12 months. In addition, the Tribunal imposed a prohibition in terms of Article 94.1 and 95 of the Articles of Association, prohibiting Rangers FC for a period of 12 months from the date of determination from seeking registration with the Scottish FA of any player not currently with the club, excluding any player under the age of 18 years.

The Tribunal found Rangers FC guilty in respect of Rule 71 and imposed a censure.

The Tribunal found Rangers FC guilty of two breaches in respect of Rule 325 and imposed further censure.

Notes for Editors:

The Judicial Panel Tribunal shall issue a note of reasons in early course.

Both Rangers FC and Craig Whyte have a right of appeal against findings of guilt and any sanction imposed, within three days of receipt of note of reasons.

Explanatory Notes:

Rule 1 (B): All members shall:

(B) be subject to and comply with the Articles and any statutes, regulations, directives, codes, decisions and International Match Calendar promulgated by the Board, the Professional Game Board, the Non Professional Game Board, the Judicial Panel, a Committee or sub-committee, FIFA, UEFA or the Court of Arbitration for Sport;

Rule 2: Each member shall procure that its officials, its Team Staff and its players act in accordance with Rule 1.

Rule 14 (g): Full membership or associate membership may be suspended or terminated, or a fine may be issued, in any of the following circumstances:-

(g) where a full member or an associate member suffers or is subject to an insolvency event.

Rule 66: No recognised football body, club, official, Team Official or other member of Team Staff, player, referee, or other person under the jurisdiction of the Scottish FA shall bring the game into disrepute.

Rule 71: A recognised football body, club, official, Team Official, other member of Team Staff, player or other person under the jurisdiction of the Scottish FA shall, at all times, act in the best interests of Association Football and shall not act in any manner which is improper.

Rule 105: Any Party who is subject to a Direction from a Tribunal must follow that Direction as so Directed by the Tribunal. Any Party who fails to do so, may be found to be in breach of this rule.

Rule 325: Failing to pay to [Dundee United FC] on the day of the match monies due under Rule 46 c (3) and e of the Scottish FA Cup Competition Rules; being [Dundee United’s] share of receipts for the match; and by failing to pay to the Scottish FA within three days monies due under Rule 46 c (1) of the Scottish FA’s Cup Competition Rules; being the Scottish FA’s levy on admission charges for the above match.

Article 94.1: The Judicial Panel shall have the power to fine, suspend, or expel or in relevant cases to eject from the Challenge Cup Competition or apply such other sanction as is provided for in the Judicial Panel Protocol any recognised football body, club, official, Team Official or other member of Team Staff, player, referee or other person under the jurisdiction of the Scottish FA who, in its opinion, in any way brings the game in to disrepute or is likely to bring the game into disrepute or on any other grounds it considers sufficient and of which, subject to the rights of appeal, it shall be the sole judge.

Article 95: The Judicial Panel shall have jurisdiction subject to the terms of the Judicial Panel Protocol to deal with any alleged infringement of any provision of these Articles. A recognised football body, club, official, Team Official or other member of Team Staff, player, referee or other person under the jurisdiction of the Scottish FA if found to have infringed the Articles shall be liable to censure or to a fine or to a suspension or to an expulsion or to ejection from the Challenge Cup competition, to any combination of these penalties, or such other penalty, condition or sanction as the Judicial Panel considers appropriate, including such other sanctions as are contained within the Judicial Panel Protocol in order to deal justly with the case in question

whyte fined 100k......huns fined 160k......12 month ban on signing players!!!!

whats happining RF you heard anything?

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I'll tell you what's happening. The death of Scottish football.

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I'll tell you what's happening. The death of Scottish football.

obv im gonni disagree with that comment & you need to be punished for actions in all of this whether you like it or not! but lets not get into this tit for tat debate seriously whats happning then newco,3rd div whats your view on it,i know your pissed with with tonihghts outcome so il give the banter & try not upset ye
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obv im gonni disagree with that comment & you need to be punished for actions in all of this whether you like it or not! but lets not get into this tit for tat debate seriously whats happning then newco,3rd div whats your view on it,i know your pissed with with tonihghts outcome so il give the banter & try not upset ye

Rangers fans trying to urge groups to start an away game boycott and a lot are in favour in joining the 3rd division or conference. Protests, you name it.

We go down you all come down with us. Kicking your (joint) most prized asset and the only thing keeping you afloat while they're down is calling for your own head.

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