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A Uefa compliance officer will visit the Scottish FA early next week after European football’s governing body were asked to look into what was happening inside Scottish football by people within the German game.  Scottish football has been rocked by allegations of improper registration of players for over a month now.  The SFA recently concluded an inquiry into Rangers without reference to the allegations while the Scottish Premier League have announced an inquiry, but indicate it will not report anytime soon.

Although the allegations have consequences beyond the SPL, including international and European football, the SFA have failed to actively address concerns which could see 12 years of football results rewritten, prompting interest from Uefa.

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  1. Glendalystonsils likes a mr whippy with his lime green jelly on

    The EUFA compliance officer obviously moves in a higher gear than the SFAcompliance officer who is seemingly still writing up his report on the sectarian singing at the huns v Killie game. Maybe his crayons keep breaking.

  2. Since 1997 the following clubs have exited Europe at rangers expence

     

    Gigota

     

    Gothenburg

     

    Shelbourne

     

    Paok

     

    Beitar

     

    Leverkusen

     

    Parma

     

    Psv

     

    Kaunas

     

    Bursaspor

     

    Herfolge

     

    Sturm

     

    Maribor

     

    Anzhi

     

    Dinamo Moscow

     

    Psg

     

    Fiorentina

     

    Partisan

     

    Maccabi

     

    Livorno

     

    Hapoel

     

    Artmedia

     

    Famagusta

     

    Amica

     

    Maritimo

     

    Molde

     

    Fc copenhagen

     

    Zeta

     

    Red star

     

    Stutgart

     

    Panathinaikos

     

    Bremen

     

    Sporting lisbon

     

     

    Just imagine if there is a ‘problem’ on the administrative side in Scottish football …

     

    That could possibly be a massive can of worms!

     

    I wonder if they are watching.

  3. RogueLeader :-)

     

     

    Carrigan, donation button! Will try to sort tonight, thanks.

     

     

    JamsieBhoy, I suspect their brief will be: Comply.

     

     

    Vmhan, thanks.

     

     

    ASonOfDan, the fight goes on.

     

     

    TinyTim, let’s hope.

     

     

    Dublinbhoy, indeed.

     

     

    Burnley78, I had the very same thought.

     

     

    Mr X, aye.

     

     

    Lubo, :-)

  4. 2-0 to Sporting…a Celtic-esque goal! Ball drilled in from the right across goal and tapped in by striker on the left hand post. Excellent.

     

     

    Hail Hail

  5. SmashingMilkBottles on

    Ha ha 31003

     

     

    See what I did there?

     

     

    Bet no other sad git on this site would do the same just so as to get a comment?

  6. Sir Paul

     

     

    This amazed ye ur no saying a Richard. aboot tomorrow’s

     

    Blue Lettah ,Day!

     

     

    The Biggest Day in the Ibrox Callendar..Next tae. All Fool’s Day!

     

    fur

     

    the G.A. Administrators..O’ The Past.. and The Present!

     

     

    Tomorrow, the Blue Knight’s Pet Goose Wull Attempt tae Lay An Egg!

     

     

    Wull it be.. A Golden Wan?

     

    Or

     

    Wull it jist Be… a Plain ole…” Egg”… which wull splatter awe

     

    oor thur Collective.. Face!

     

     

    Ah canny wait.!!

     

     

    Kojo

     

    Still… Laughin’ like Hell.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    o

  7. An apt quote I feel.

     

     

    Die Weltgeschichte ist auch die Summe

     

    dessen, was vermeidbar gewesen wäre.

     

     

    ‘The history of the world is also the sum of

     

    what might have been avoided.’

     

     

    – Konrad Adenauer (1876-1967), West

     

    Germany’s first chancellor

  8. johann murdoch on

    If the sfa are found wanting by uefa..could that make them legally liable for compensation claims by other eufa clubs who have suffered loss due to improper player registration by ragers with the sfa complicit ?

     

     

     

    Think I have just answered my own question there…or heaven forbid eufa uncover such a can of worms that they try and put a lid on it also ?

     

     

    Away for a wee lie doon now !!!

  9. The Honest Cover-up on

    “…people within the German game”.

     

    St Pauli truly are our Brothers in arms aren’t they ;-)

  10. TinyTim on 15 March, 2012 at 20:46 said:

     

     

    Thoughts with you and your family TT.

  11. pabloh_AKA_NEIL LENNON on

    Can’t wait to see our young hoops having a go at Europe next season.

     

     

    Making the champions league group stages would be outstanding, and great experience for our players.

     

     

    I know playing in the Europa league is ok, but the champions league nights are the best nights in football. It’s been too long, bring them back!

  12. Paul67 et al

     

     

    Any half reasonably impartial inquiry into the SFL, the SPL, (since 1998) and the SFA since Fergus McCann returned to Scotland from Canada would leave Scotland without access to European football at both club and national level. The performance by both the SPL and the SFA in the ten months since Craig Whyte picked up the poisoned chalice has been lamentable whilst the Scottish media, which had plumbed the depths of sycophancy throughout Murray’s ownership at Ibrox, sunk even further while leading the cheers for Rangers new owners. Can it only be a few months since they were ecstatic about a £26 million warchest? And yet now Sandy Jardine (a bone fide footballer) is getting carried away collecting £20 notes from pensioners in Northern Ireland! UEFA at least deserves some credit for trying to get involved, in Switzerland and elsewhere, but as we all know it will have its’ work cut out in Scotland. I wish them well.

  13. Maybe the UEFA Compliance Officer could assist the SFA / SPL in the investigation into the sectarian songs at Ibrox during game against Kilmarnock, as 3 weeks after the game nothing has been heard.

     

     

    Now if this was Celtic being investigated ………….

  14. This is now becoming truely bizarre.

     

     

    First Phil was talking of claims from Portugal. Now German names?

     

     

    I always thought Scotland was regarded as a football backwater as far as the heid yins @ UEFA were concerned. A good place to have posh meetings (Gleneagles etc) or the occassional Euro Final but otherwise not a place of any real consequence.

     

     

    What could have brought this about? Obviouisly worries about rule flaunting!

     

     

    Doubt the Portuguese or Germans are avid followers of Scotland Today or Reporting Scotland.

     

    Even when they became aware of RFCIA is it reasonable that they would drill down to find minutiae specifically in respect of their own clubs?

     

    What could be the cause of member Associations referring concerns to UEFA?

     

    Have the SFA reported themselves? (Joke!)

     

     

    Or have some of you cheeky Cyber Tims out there been working overtime above & beyond the call of duty???!!!???

     

     

    More power to your internet connections I say

     

     

    H H

  15. Smashy…..I can see Paul67 banning you for calling him a trumpet…..what has he done to you to deserve this?

  16. SmashingMilkBottles on

    Moving off topic just now….

     

     

    What does the blog think of Fraser Forster not signing up yet?

  17. The best bit is all these guys- and we all know some- who say “Scottish football is f***** s*****, thats why I go down/come across to watch Man City/United, Liverpool instead”.

     

     

    Hope all you bozos at Eastlands (and at Old Trafford last week) enjoyed the hammering!

  18. It must be the representative from……….

     

     

    Kontracht Frankfurt……

     

     

    Oompahpah CSC

  19. I wouldn’t diminish UEFA’s involvement. It puts ‘the scandal’ firmly on the map. No hiding place,now. No smothering with Orange Ordure. No ‘bidness as usual’. This is now formally,international. And it is only the first salvo.

     

    Ra gers are as dead as the proverbial dead parrot.

  20. neil canamalar 20 08 .

     

     

    im glad im not the only one who can see whats coming . obviously your dad and i have seen it all before. can anyone tell me why the sfa are holding back on dealing with our friends across the city ,as if i need to ask .

     

     

    ANLH thanks for the reply earlier ,

     

     

    jimtim

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