When you got nothing, you got nothing to lose


So why go to court when you know you have signed up to a rule (literally) that forbids you from going to court and that will almost certainly lead to your expulsion from football?

Because almost certainly being expelled from football is a better option than the alternative.

As Bob said: “When you got nothing, you got nothing to lose”.

They have nothing. Nothing.

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  1. Gordon64 on 25 May, 2012 at 19:57 said:




    Major walk tomorrow.


    Town shut all day.




    Fek it,tricolour and balaclava oot the wardrobe.

  2. They don’t even have respect or dignity to lose – That disappeared long, long, long ago

  3. Once upon a time you dressed so fine


    You threw the bums a dime in your prime, didn’t you ?


    People’d call, say, “Beware doll, you’re bound to fall”


    You thought they were all kiddin’ you


    You used to laugh about


    Everybody that was hangin’ out


    Now you don’t talk so loud


    Now you don’t seem so proud


    About having to be scrounging for your next meal.



    How does it feel


    How does it feel


    To be without a home


    Like a complete unknown


    Like a rolling stone ?

  4. Steviebhoy66 on

    Related from previous article



    Here’s something that has been knocking about in my head since the judgement on huns…. Could their argument be on the technicality of when they were punished with the years ban & fine… The committee never had any right to reduce the punishment? If they were punished for their action they can only be expelled & fined, thus the punishments were wrong


    Just a thought I have had for a while

  5. Historic times Bhoys.



    We are privileged to be witnessing this.



    Countless thousands didn’t get this opprotunity.



    Love it.




  6. Awe_Naw_No_Annoni_Oan_Anaw_Noo on

    Rows of houses, all bearing down on me


    I can feel their blue hands touching me


    All these things into position


    All these things we’ll one day swallow whole


    And fade out again and fade out



    This machine will, will not communicate


    These thoughts and the strain I am under


    Be a world child, form a circle


    Before we all go under


    And fade out again and fade out again



    Cracked eggs, dead birds


    Scream as they fight for life


    I can feel death, can see its beady eyes


    All these things into position


    All these things we’ll one day swallow whole


    And fade out again and fade out again



    Immerse your soul in love



  7. Awe_Naw_No_Annoni_Oan_Anaw_Noo on

    Pink Floyd night on BBC 4 and a cheeky wee Toots Mayal program thrown in.



    I made the right decision to stay in tonight

  8. sparkleghirl on

    Steviebhoy66 on 25 May, 2012 at 20:02 said:



    You may be right BUT what would be the response of the authorities? To remove the punishment altogether or apply the punishment as stated?



    And in any case, the rules (apparently) allow for any punishment ‘deemed fit’ – so I don’t see how this appeal can go anywhere.



    Not sure whether the aim is to make sure we all go down with them or whether it’s simply that D&P want to blame someone else.

  9. Algarvian on 25 May, 2012 at 19:59 said:


    sparkleghirl on 25 May, 2012 at 19:52 said:


    This just tweeted, but ‘not visible in my country’ – STV report of Rangers going to court



    I use expat shield to get round restrictions, it’s free and allows you to watch BBC iplayer etc.

  10. saltires en sevilla on




    These guys are doing everything but say …, sunbdy just shut us down



    It’s just another pantomime but with more gags







  11. Awe naw



    You did not make decision,missus told you ,ye


    wirny gon oot.


    Been there.

  12. Evening bhoys, still hot and hun free as ever.





    Quite an eventfull day then.



    What is the alternative to expulsion if you don’t mind me asking, somrtimes I can’t see the woods for the trees !!!

  13. Sorry Paul67 – you are saying that going to the civil court means expulsion from football, others claim it means relegation. Which is it? Congrats again on all your amazing contribution to their demise.

  14. Steviebhoy66 on 25 May, 2012 at 20:02



    I’m pretty sure they’re mumping their gums because it wasn’t on the list of potential punishments. However, I’m also pretty sure that the committee had the option to chose whatever punishment they deemed fit and the ban was a result of them deciding to go lenient on the grossly un-dignified ones.

  15. PaulElliotsPerm on

    Sorry if posted,translated from the French, Author of an interesting season (28 league appearances, 8 goals), Quentin Boesso was a leading architect of the accession of GFCO Ajaccio in Ligue 2. It was therefore subject to many lusts. And as we confirmed his coach Dominique Veilex, the striker 26 years will leave Corsica to join Glasgow Celtic (Scotland) this summer.

  16. *** timgreen on 25 May, 2012 at 20:08 said:



    Sorry Paul67 – you are saying that going to the civil court means expulsion from football, others claim it means relegation. Which is it? Congrats again on all your amazing contribution to their demise. ***



    Would like to know this as well… also, how did Sion get away with it?

  17. An Fear Dearg on

    Suicide by cop it is then.



    Rangers FC (In Administration) 1872-2012. Good riddance.

  18. kikinthenakas on



    Just thinking about you, then the postcard popped up, going to have a wee do when I get back from Portugal, hope you and mrs b can make it. Will get the details, leaving on a jet plane tomorrow!





    Have the iPod on shuffle, me n mrs k oot the back drinking before I go to bed for an early flight and feck me, she says there’s a funny echo fae your iPod, funny thing it’s your YouTube with bobby d, as we called him back in the day singing the same song, karma is the game, deja vu only happens the wance, and whooda bet it!

  19. Now that’s not true Paul,they still have each other and the twelfth of July : )

  20. celticrollercoaster says In Neil we trust on

    Bundoran Bhoy



    Not bad for a blue and orange badge :-)







  21. Awe_Naw_No_Annoni_Oan_Anaw_Noo on




    Totally wrong !!!!!



    Normally I would suggest weeks in advance … this is what we are doing…being the diplomatic sort.



    But I saw the Boss´s adverts checked out the ticket price and thought Mmhhh… maybe not!!!



    Kept Schtumm until about two weeks ago until my son noticed that the boss was playing and then I told him we are not going.



    Interesting as they both had bottom lips like a sink and were pretty dumbfounded.



    Just nor prepared to pay 6-700€ for a concert any more …especially a stadium gig



    Hail Hail

  22. Green Lantern (((((0))))) on

    One Dylan song to sum up the rankers predicament……………………………….



    It’s All Over Now Baby Blue.

  23. Steviebhoy66 on

    Could the SFA put the blame on the committee then remove punishment, expiring them its too harsh for them.


    Or they could last pull the plug on them….sure right, not with brother Ogilvie


    It’ll all end in ers anyway

  24. Paul67 (from previous post)



    Just looking at the calendar – has this been engineered to create cash-flow or sweeten the CVA pot?



    29th May – CoS = court hearing mid-June earliest?



    30th May – SPL Members vote = suspended again (pending court action)?



    1st June – transfer window opens = fire-sale of players?



    6th June – original proposed CVA date = now deferred.



    Could this be a move to enhance the ‘pence’ in the £1 payout to get the CVA through and force the SPL to vote for them at re-scheduled meeting mid-June? – and give them time to subsequently withdraw the CoS action?



    Or – engineer relegation (SFL1 rather than SFL3)?




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