Are you for real. Craig Whyte was the owner of Glasgow Rangers and any breach of rules the club must be held responsible. Why can't you understand that. Doesn't matter if it was Whyte's fault. If my company was to cheat the tax man it would be my company that were fined. David Murray ran up a tax bill in exess of £100million. Why aren't they chasing Murray for that money. Simple. The club owes the money not Murray. This works the same way with Whyte.
You're latter post sums you up completely. Your club is to blame yet you try drag another club with it and deflect from your own problems.
Correct. But it's time for clubs to live within their means and not rely on other clubs bailing them out. Sporting integrity is what is at stake. If the SPL clubs allow Rangers to stay in the SPL they are making a complete mockery of Scottish Football. What if Rangers finished bottom of the SPL? What do we just not relegate them because it will not give the other SPL clubs the revenue the following season. It's a joke. The other SPL clubs need to grow a backbone and do the right thing. Wish the SFA would just step in and sort this whole fiasco out instead of the other clubs sh1ting it. They seem to be the only association that have the bottle to deal with Rangers
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IMO its a very very complicated scenario and as of yet I'm no very sure where my vote would go. Yes Scotland has oil & gas resources but [b]its been said they will run dry in less than 30years[/b]. So then what? English,Welsh and Irish tax-payers money helped bring these resources to the surface so surely they have to be compensated. Britain has debt of over a trillion pounds. How much of that will land on Scotland if we go on our own? If we were to hit another recession like what we had recently would we be able to cope, could our banks afford to release money for quantitative easing.As I said I don't know but I would be more comfortable if it wasn't Salmon that was leading us. The thought of war is only the biggest scaremongering ever.
I work for a large energy company and this is just simply not true, If you say you have less of something you can charge more for it , this was a con devised in the 70s and was even taught in schools, there is untapped resources in vast quantities however the future is in renewables and Scotland will and is starting to be a world leader in this market. Also plans to sell our water to areas down south run in to the millions. Yes we have a percentage of debt just the same way we are intitled to our fair share of the uk wealth/defence/health.
The people who have the most to lose are the ones scaremongering, lies spun by westminster old boys club I just hope we all dont fall for it and instead make a desicion on what each individual thinks is right and not what we are told to believe.