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Financial Justice

Post  therrawbuzzin on Sat Mar 02, 2013 2:33 am

Since (apparently) the best legal minds in the field of sport have proclaimed that there was no unfair sporting advantage sought or gleaned by Rangers' use of ebts, Rangers should immediately begin action to recover prize money unjustly withheld by the SPL, which Rangers won fairly and squarely, citing "undue influence" for our previous acquiescence, should the SPL quibble, or prove recalcitrant. Similarly, the SFA have no place witholding with transfer fees/compensation for the likes of Steven Davis, now that it has been established by those same legal-eagles that all Rangers players were properly registered.

Oldco's creditors deserve to have these sums, and anything else which proves recoverable, added to the pot for them to share.

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Post  TinyHandsOfConcrete on Sat Mar 02, 2013 5:53 am

Of course they'll deduct the 250k first but fair enough. The liquidators should be pursuing the SPL for every penny owed.

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Post  tonyusa on Sat Mar 02, 2013 6:17 am

i still cant work out ..how do you fine someone who's not guilty Question

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Post  TinyHandsOfConcrete on Sat Mar 02, 2013 7:30 am

Not really getting it tony? Rangers made some poor decisions and for this they've been fined. The decisions didn't impact on 'sporting integrity' so much to the disappointment of some, no sporting sanction. If you prefer 'guilty' but not seriously

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Post  TinyHandsOfConcrete on Sat Mar 02, 2013 7:31 am

Are you suspending the predictor this week then?

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Post  tonyusa on Sat Mar 02, 2013 7:57 am

no predictor this week...not everyone wil be able to post ..lets hope HTB will be back up asap

back to the fine ...seems a bit harsh to be hit that much ...can you imagine being at court and the judge says

Tiny you have been found not-guilty but you still have to pay for the court fees scratch

aye so ah dae here judge w*nker

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