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Tantric Tuesday

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After yesterday’s action-packed fast moving day in the political world that is Scottish football today has been Tantric Tuesday as Rangers administrators, Duff and Phelps, took their time and examined all areas in consultations with players over redundancies.  Gregg Wylde and Mervan Celik left the club early afternoon as the first hard consequences of years of abundant excesses manifested, leaving Duff and Phelps joint administrators locked in talks with the rest of the players.  No one can accuse them of not working for their £600 per hour per head.

I would like to be the first to congratulate Aberdeen on winning the treble in season 1992-93. An outstanding achievement.

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  1. EmeraldBee\o/ on 6 March, 2012 at 16:59 said:.

     

    “Kyle Bartley speaks of ‘bleak’ atmosphere at Rangers”

     

     

    Bleak Big Hoose ?

     

     

     

     

    Pigalle ….got here before you, I hope :-)

  2. Paul, someone earlier on pointed out that given the time theye’ve spent on discussions with players today, the Administrators have probably ‘spent’ the money they saved by getting rid of Wylde and Celik. They’re doing some job!!!

  3. I see there is an inquiry into the Rangers Charity Foundation and the Legends game now. It just keeps coming but I just can’t get enough!

  4. Bring Me The Heid of Thunder Crap Reid on

    Glad to see Mervan going.

     

     

    He was quality and a real threat to out championship hopes.

     

     

     

    ……………Nurse !

  5. BOBBY MURDOCH'S CURLED-UP WINKLEPICKERS on

    CHECKED THE SOCK DRAWER,NOT THERE.

     

     

    PAUL67,you are a cunning Cato…..

  6. Jelly And Gelato on

    “I would like to be the first to congratulate Aberdeen on winning the treble in season 1992-93. An outstanding achievement.”

     

     

    I am loving these footnotes Paul!

  7. What ever happened to the Poppy money, the Arsenal money, the JBB money, the …

  8. On golf holiday with the Bhoys having a great time following the shennanigans via Cqn and Twitter fantastic so far keep the good news coming.

  9. Quite poignant in a way that the last ever player signed by RFCIA was a guy called Celik!!!

  10. iki on 6 March, 2012 at 17:04 said:

     

     

    EmeraldBee\o/ on 6 March, 2012 at 16:59 said:.

     

    “Kyle Bartley speaks of ‘bleak’ atmosphere at Rangers”

     

     

    Bleak Big Hoose ?

     

     

    Pigalle ….got here before you, I hope :-)

     

     

    pigalle on 6 March, 2012 at 17:01 said:

     

     

    bleak (big) house

     

     

    pigalle

     

     

    Fraid not, iki.

     

     

    I be in scorching form today – first ever podium too ! – this Hunstuff has improved the speed of my typing no end.

     

     

    We need more news now !

     

     

    Hail Hail

     

     

    pigalle

  11. Would have thought the injured players like wee Naisy, Laffatme and Whittaker would have gone by now, let’s face it by the time their fit, there probably won’t be a Rangers….

  12. Agent Craig "Green and" Whyte!! on

    Paul67

     

    I would like to be the first to congratulate Aberdeen on winning the treble in season 1992-93. An outstanding achievement.

     

     

    1992-93 hmmmm, we’re going back further and further, what do you know.

     

    Should Mr parlane and his teammates be getting worried?

     

     

    Has he gone yet…you know…him?

  13. TheHumanTorpedo THT

     

    In Olympics if Silver medalist fails drug test the Gold medalist’s title isn’t tainted. It just means the Silver medalist is a f***ing cheat

     

     

    Only so much more I can take.

  14. Highland Tim on

    Paul

     

     

    I hope there’s not a Sting in Tantric Tuesday! (obscure reference I know, but couldn’t resist it).

     

     

    Met a Rangers supporter today who actually looked embarrassed about the situation. Rather like a wee boy who was caught steeling money from his Mummy’s purse.

     

     

    Trying not to smile too much.

     

     

    HH

  15. Paul67,are you expecting more to leave today?,

     

    really want them to get down to the bare bones

  16. Paul67

     

     

    Just wish rangers would limp away, find a quiet spot, put the gun to their head and pull the trigger…

  17. Last year, the world saw the Arab Spring and the domino effect that had in removing corrupt despotic leaders.

     

     

    How will we tag the saga that is unfolding daily in Aul Scotia, now that the dominoes are just beginning to tumble?

     

     

    I find there is something quite poetic about the Whyte Spring.

  18. Paddy Gallagher on

    If their management team ‘walk away’, what will Ally’s comments be I wonder?

  19. All hail The Red Lichties victory over Ragers.

     

    The second division outfit trailed by 4 goals to nil but managed to snatch a remarkable 3 nil victory.

     

    Gers boss said,

     

    ” If you look at the stats you will see we had 80% possession, our keeper had no saves to make and I am absolutely very proud of our performance. If I am honest with you, I cannot believe we lost that game.”

  20. EmeraldBee\o/, indeed.

     

     

    BOBBY MURDOCH’S, need to stay on your toes.

     

     

    Jelly And Gelato, it’s all true.

     

     

    Agent Craig, who knows!

     

     

    Highland Tim, !*!* Wish I’d thought of that one! Tried for an angle for Sting.

     

     

    Patrick27, indeed.

     

     

    gordybhoy64, no idea what’s going on.

     

     

    ASonOfDan, in time.

  21. BABASONICOS71 on

    Highland Tim on 6 March, 2012 at 17:12 said:

     

     

    Met a Rangers supporter today who actually looked embarrassed about the situation. Rather like a wee boy who was caught steeling money from his Mummy’s purse.

     

     

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

     

     

    That would be a double crime as he would have also stolen from his sister/grandmother’s purse as well. ;-)

  22. Am I imagining things or is our host suggesting that this will go as far back as 20 years?

     

     

    Should give the Dons a big boost for the 2012/13 season, 20th anniversary of their great treble winning side. As memory serves they absolutely ran away with the league that season!

  23. The Onlooker on

    SFL dont want to join the party: see below

     

    ( probably because this would take them into 9 in a row territory- enough sacred cows (goats?) being sacrificed )

     

    The Onlooker

     

     

    The Scottish Football League (SFL) has no current plans to investigate allegations of ‘hidden’ contracts at Rangers, STV understands.

     

    Former Rangers director Hugh Adam recently claimed former players were paid using Employee Benefit Trusts (EBTs) from the mid-1990s, potentially pre-dating the SPL.

     

     

    The club are facing a probe from the Scottish Premier League (SPL) over claims not all payments to players were declared in playing agreements, as per league rules. The Scottish Football Association (SFA) are also looking into the accusations.

     

     

    The SPL’s investigation dates back to the inception of the league in 1998, prior to which the Premier Division was controlled by the SFL.

  24. Aybrokes will be the venue for Chad Hogans “empty”

     

     

    Pass the word around.

     

     

    TT

  25. if my internet connection goes tonight again Mr Branson won’t be using a Bolt..

     

     

    It’s a rocket he will get….

  26. philvisreturns on

    To the huns, this must be like being in the Edgar Allan Poe story “The Pit And The Pendulum”.

     

     

    Heh heh heh. (thumbsup)

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