Waste management in Buckinghamshire


News that a new company, “Glasgow Rangers Limited”, has been registered today with an address matching a waste management company in Buckinghamshire, has delicious irony but in itself means little.  After Rangers owner, Craig Whyte, laid out all sorts of medium-term scenarios for the club in media interviews last week a land-rush for fresh rangers intellectual property, including a company name, should be expected.

If those with secured property rights over Ibrox are busy forming a new company, they are unlikely to be the only ones.

Still, waste management.  It’s perfectly scripted.

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  1. Paddy Gallagher on

    My senile neighbour keeps knocking on his own front door,


    then goes round the back and into the house to answer it.


    I don’t think he realises what he’s letting himself in for!

  2. Partizan -I think it’s a bit of both.



    Clearly it’s hard for him to ‘protect’ himself from further knocks,as he might not see them coming, and he could wel have been left with a tender spot that flares up every time he plays.



    I also think a lot of the team thought that all we had to do this year was turn up and the League would be won by Christmas, they had read too much into the good reviews they got last season.



    So it’ll be due to a combination of things.

  3. greenjedi



    When you throw both things together it creates the unholy mess but here is the key point – if they had operated to their genuine ability to spend they’d still have been nowhere near us.



    When they went out and spent a fortune they didn’t have after Kaunas they didn’t have that money – they cheated to prove the cardigan was so great.



    What would he have won with Karl Svensson and Sebo? that would really have tested him. He bought those 3 titles and they still owe 1.1M for Jelavic who is winning them games despite not being paid for.



    Now that is cheating.



    The complete mis-management you described has aided their cause and had Celtic bought a defender and a striker worthy of the name in 2008 they’d be gone already.

  4. greenjedi says:


    26 October, 2011 at 11:04



    I note that you didn’t answer the question but it ties in quite nicely with your first point. Despite losing to Kaunas and being bereft of European income, what did Rangers do? What contributed to making that possible?



    These are quite simple questions.

  5. Nuclear Bovril and a Half Munched Pie on

    Paddy Gallagher says:


    26 October, 2011 at 10:55



    What about the dawn raids at Ibrox when police removed computers?


    Never heard anymore about that, is it an ongoing investigation?



    If memory serves that was part of the initial phase of the ‘big’ tax case. But I could well be, and often are, wrong.

  6. Paddy Gallagher on

    Nuclear Bovril and a Half Munched Pie says:


    26 October, 2011 at 11:16



    Thanks for the reply, but would the police be involved in a tax investigation or would that suggest fraud?

  7. Snake Plissken says:


    26 October, 2011 at 11:10



    Totally agree. We may have been incompetent with our buying strategy but it was our own cash.


    Celtic have been cheated out of at least 3 titles and a cup. I hope we demand answers and sue the guilty parties.


    Kick the Hun when they are down.




  8. The Honest Mistake (Sickened) on

    greenjedi 26 October, 2011 at 11:04



    Summer of 2008, Ranger loose to Kaunus and our out of all.european competition. Celtic mysteriously shelve all transfer targets to strengthen the defence



    January 2009, Rangers try and get rid of Boyd, Celtic are 9 points clear and refuse to back the manager to buy Fletcher, we instead sign Wilo Flood for £50k and implode in the league.


    We tried to sign Fletcher but he got a better offer elsewhere. We didn’t sign Wilo Flood instead, that is ridiculous.



    Summer 2009,Manager resigns as he cannot put up with pennypinching, we appoint a guy who just got his team relegated, who through out his managerial career said pretty football is more important than winning!!!!!!!!


    Really? He resigned because he couldn’t put up with pennypinching? Where’s your source for this info? We hounded out the last manager because he wasn’t Celtic minded and won playing boring football. Does the appointment make sense now?



    January 2010, get rid of our top scorer and bring in several players on loan.



    A top scorer who didn’t look like scoring



    March 2010, Sack the manager.



    It didn’t work out



    Summer 2010. Appoint a Rookie manager. Replace our keeper who was one of the best 2 we’ve had in 40 years with the 3rd choice from a team in the Championship, ON LOAN!!! Bring in several players for the price of McGeady,. no net spend.



    A keeper who was overweight, unfit and had started letting in howlers



    May 2011, just loose out on the league, win SC.



    Summer 2011, fail the manager big time buy refusing to sign ANY of his targets that would cost money and strengthen the team. Instead buy players with “potential” who do not give us the boost required.



    That’s blatantly not true



    Oh aye, its all their fault for cheating!

  9. Owing money for Jelavic is not cheating providing the original arrangement is upheld.



    There is nothing stopping Celtic signing Carlos Tevez in January for 30Million and paying £6m every 6 months for 2 and a half years. Thats simply a payment plan



    Jelavic is on the tic, if he secures the league then its tic worth having, when our board will see this I will never know.



    Sad thing is our board don’t even need the tic.



    Buy some decent players and compete Celtic

  10. Managed to give up the ole E lites when the blog was down.



    Tempted to tweet official Neil – to tell him no ole cursed yellow strip tonight, but he’d think I was a crank.

  11. TBB -what did you do with the last packet?



    Supposin’ you left the safety of the ole Gazebo to take your place in the ole stadium, ready to watch another 90 minutes of total football from our Hooped Heroes.



    If you proceeded to light up the ole e-Lites would the stewards object?

  12. Kittoch- I posted last night if Rapid and Hearts are owed instalments for Jelavic and Wallace,and the huns go breasts north,who owns them? Would they be re-possesed so to speak?

  13. lennon's passion on

    Ernie if you are on or anyone who knows,what is pre packed adminastation. Cheers in advance.

  14. Honest Mistake @11.22



    You need some prozac my good friend, but the sad thing is you’re absolutely spot on the money, agree 100%.


    Where DO you draw the line between reckless spending and frugality, I for one do not know but we must spend less than we earn else we’ll be in the same boat as Der hun.


    On the Broony issue I would give him a year contract then punt him. We’re not in business to keep agents in a grand lifestyle, that’s for sure.


    Team for tonight, I’d be inclined to play a good few of our young guns and bleed them in and let them see what they can do, worth a punt.


    New name for der hun



    Fourth Lanark True Blue 2012




    Hail Hail




  15. Re the Huns position. It is a foregone conclusion that they will enter Administration in some form and sooner rather than later if the info from the last couple of days proves to be true.



    However, their use of the EBT scheme was not necessarily wrong but they have behaved unprofessionally in their administration of the schemes. Therefore, I would think that while they whare aware that they were not following the scheme to the letter of the law they probably though it was ok. They failed to understand the necessity for full compliance.



    However, their actions since then have to be called into question. They may (Bain & Murray inlcuded) must have been advised that for sometime the appeal process with HMRC was only buying time. As directors they will have know that this would mean only one thing and should have acted accordingly. The sanction of Jellyfish purchase stands out in this era but is then compounded by the new contracts issued to players in August by Whyte. How can they offer long term contracts knowing that they cannot fulfill them? Whittaker is apparently on £28k per week. They invested in their assets in the short term to give them an unfair advantage knowing that they were in all aspects insolvent.



    Being no lover of the SFA I would have to defend their position at least in the sense that they acted as other leagues have acted and only react as and when ther Administrators are called in. It has happened with Mallorca, Portsmouth and Southampton an others. I am not aware of any pre-emptive strike by authorities.

  16. Br\o/gan R\o/gan Trevin\o/ and H\o/gan says:


    26 October, 2011 at 09:55



    Cheers for the comprehensive reply mate but no matter what we throw into the equation I personally am left pondering the simple wonder… did the SPL and the SFA know of Rangers poverty and allow them a licence which would in effect constitute… or did they not apply the rules associated with their very own articles of association which would in effect render them negligent as professional cripples.


    Either way, Celtic, and other SPL clubs, were put to a disadvantage. Somebody was responsible for that inequality; somebody should answer to the highest courts for that inequality. It does border on institutionalised apartheid when you stop and think about it.



    All for the benefit of one club. One clubs greed over the national interest.



    The Rules of The Scottish Premier League.



    Effective 18 April 2011






    Inspection of Financial Records





    Every Club shall keep detailed financial records and the Company shall be entitled to inspect such records and to require Clubs to provide copies of any financial or other records which the Company may reasonably require in order to enable the Company to investigate whether the Club has complied and is complying with these Rules, the Articles of Association, the SFA Articles, the UEFA Statutes and the FIFA Statutes and to ensure compliance by the Club with the same.

  17. weeminger



    they went into the overdraft, they backed their manager.



    we didn’t back our managers, but hey we have no debt. now i’m not saying we should have spent stupid money, but enough that we could get it back with a good european run, we did heehaw though.

  18. tomtheleedstim says:


    26 October, 2011 at 10:54



    if the huns are unable to compete in europe for however many years their place will probably be taken by hearts (0-5 at home to spurs reserves), or some other team who’ll get humbled by a team from a little known league in the qualifiers. our co-efficient will take a massive hit, we’ll end up playing more qualifiers and eventually most likely not be seeded.



    its true that we’d win the league every season but there would be a considerable drop in revenue. if we end up relying on the cl to make up any shortfall (its already been shown that at the moment we need net player sales on top of el revenue to break even) if we get knocked out in the qualifiers it wold be an absolute disaster. the board wont take the gamble your local team did and i’m glad.

  19. Good news bhoys, wife’s getting out the hospital today.


    Means I don’t have to make the dinner and I can watch the game tonight.




  20. It is with great regret that I have to bid farewell to CQN. I do this with a heavy heart, but the wife says I have been a right p*ick recently.



    She cited the following.



    1…Sitting on my fat arse all day tippy typing.





    2…Keeping her awake all night by typing with one finger she likened this to Chinese torture..tap..tap..tap.





    3…Getting to bed at or around 3am pissed as poodle through engaging in scintillating conversational type stuff through the medium of tippy typing with one finger.





    4. Excessive snoring through getting to bed at or around 3 am pissed as a poodle and keeping her awake all night ! and then sleep talking about various folks from CQN, she now believes I am having an illicit affair with people such as BIG BOB…PALY PETER…AULD BUNNET and various others. In my defence I have never had an illicit affair with NEIL LENNON but I did have a nice dream about him wearing speedos.



    Love ya long time XXXXXXXX

  21. THE EXILED TIM says:


    26 October, 2011 at 11:46



    I don’t see anything wrong with what your doing.

  22. The Legend Johnny Doyle says:


    26 October, 2011 at 11:56


    What Station is the Game on tonight Bhoys…?













  23. David Peter Deans on

    Just seen comments that we may loose Scott Brown to Newcastle. Since we payed £4 million for his services we have been short changed in my opinion. He has the odd good game now and then, but we have not got good value for the money spent. Let him Go.



    We have better players in his position anyway, and he would rarely get to be a first choice if a different coach was in charge.

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