Discussion in 'football' started by anchorage, Jul 22, 2011.
Given i'm not Scottish i'm not sure what you're on about.
But that doesn't mean Plastic Proddie is ok etc. Plenty of reasons to be critical of Laugherty without that shite.
I don't understand what you mean.
There's plenty of reasons to dislike Laugherty, he's a cheat, clueless, and doesn't seem to learn. But the stuff attacking him for marrying in a chapel isn't a good reason.
It's the only reason a very small part of our support need. As i have written the support have stood by him even though he has failed to deliver and been hounded by the press.
Whether it's a very small part is a moot point, nigh on impossible to prove or disprove the amount of people who think this way, but it is there. I know one arsehole at my work who was appalled he got married in a chapel. None of the other Orcs I know there have even mentioned it. Th thread on RM shows alot don't give a flying fuck and seem to be happy for him in a generally congratulatory way.
I'm glad I moved away from all that shite. Can't be arsed with the sectarian scum from both sides. Although admittedly I have had to deal with more shite from the orcs cos I was raised a catholic in a proddy area. But it cuts both ways.
A two-edged sword for sure. Sometimes sharper one way, sometimes the other.
Everybody can tell the same hard luck story.
yep. sad that.
I missed this story from yesterday:
Apparently this goes back to April so it's not a direct reaction to the CVA. However, I think it shows how skeptical HMRC of Duff and Phelps and that HMRC are not going to be taken for a ride by Greene.
Selling the club's assets for 5.5 million in the event of the CVA failing seemed like craziness to me and it looks like HMRC aren't about to let it happen either.
It also makes it less likely that HMRC had any real hopes of getting a CVA offer they could accept. So it's really starting to look like curtains for Rangers FC.
We won the court case. Of course they are going to start doom and gloom stories.
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