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If they have current £11.3 .million loss through mismanagement should it not be the case it is taken out of their hands and they are removed from league, or are they just allowed to continue to have an unfair advantage over the other clubs by spending way above their means? 

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1 hour ago, Shropshire_killie said:

If they have current £11.3 .million loss through mismanagement should it not be the case it is taken out of their hands and they are removed from league, or are they just allowed to continue to have an unfair advantage over the other clubs by spending way above their means? 

I think you'll find its option 2.

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2 hours ago, DrewWylie said:

Hope the bastards go out the game again 

If they go to the wall it will give their staunch supporters more time to get together for a walk wearing silly hats. Oh wait a minute they can't.

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15 hours ago, EKX16 said:

If they go to the wall it will give their staunch supporters more time to get together for a walk wearing silly hats. Oh wait a minute they can't.

I'd put a tenner on it that if there are still restrictions come their "marching season" the restrictions will be lifted in order to let them still do it.

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14 minutes ago, KenVaagen1984 said:

I'd put a tenner on it that if there are still restrictions come their "marching season" the restrictions will be lifted in order to let them still do it.

A cull might not be a bad thing.

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34 minutes ago, KenVaagen1984 said:

I'd put a tenner on it that if there are still restrictions come their "marching season" the restrictions will be lifted in order to let them still do it.

The Orange Order has axed future marches across Scotland due to the coronavirus outbreak.

The Grand Orange Lodge of Scotland said it was time for the “institution to play its part in supporting the Prime Minister’s initiatives”.

As well as the parades, all lodge meetings and social gatherings have been suspended with immediate effect until further notice.

Following a Cobra meeting on Monday, Boris Johnson urged everyone in the UK to avoid pubs, clubs and theatres, stop all non-essential contact and travel, and work from home if they could.

 

In a statement on Tuesday, The Grand Orange Lodge of Scotland said: “The most worthy grand master and the executive are of the opinion that we must act responsibly, in light of the Prime Minister’s recent actions and advice.

“The nation is on the cusp of an epidemic the likes of which we have never experienced. An unknown quantity.

“As an executive, we have a duty of care to the membership as a whole and recognise that there are elderly and vulnerable members with underlying illnesses who are experiencing great anxiety.

“The measures that the grand master has authorised are tantamount to the advice given by the Prime Minister, to avoid non-essential travel and contact with others to fight coronavirus.

“We are in uncharted waters and it would be remiss of the leaders of the institution to not take heed of the Government’s advice.”

 

https://news.stv.tv/scotland/coronavirus-orange-order-axes-all-marches-and-events?top

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2 minutes ago, Zorro said:

The Orange Order has axed future marches across Scotland due to the coronavirus outbreak.

The Grand Orange Lodge of Scotland said it was time for the “institution to play its part in supporting the Prime Minister’s initiatives”.

As well as the parades, all lodge meetings and social gatherings have been suspended with immediate effect until further notice.

Following a Cobra meeting on Monday, Boris Johnson urged everyone in the UK to avoid pubs, clubs and theatres, stop all non-essential contact and travel, and work from home if they could.

 

In a statement on Tuesday, The Grand Orange Lodge of Scotland said: “The most worthy grand master and the executive are of the opinion that we must act responsibly, in light of the Prime Minister’s recent actions and advice.

“The nation is on the cusp of an epidemic the likes of which we have never experienced. An unknown quantity.

“As an executive, we have a duty of care to the membership as a whole and recognise that there are elderly and vulnerable members with underlying illnesses who are experiencing great anxiety.

“The measures that the grand master has authorised are tantamount to the advice given by the Prime Minister, to avoid non-essential travel and contact with others to fight coronavirus.

“We are in uncharted waters and it would be remiss of the leaders of the institution to not take heed of the Government’s advice.”

 

https://news.stv.tv/scotland/coronavirus-orange-order-axes-all-marches-and-events?top

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3 hours ago, KenVaagen1984 said:

I'd put a tenner on it that if there are still restrictions come their "marching season" the restrictions will be lifted in order to let them still do 

As Prahakillie said that might not be a bad thing. 

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Highly unlikely that they will die again but I can see major cut backs and players being sold or told to take a major wage cut .Even the supposed £20 million investment won't last long as the need £11 million just to see the season out .Watch Slippy and Fredo disappear into the sunset with a few others 

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21 hours ago, Killiepies said:

Highly unlikely that they will die again but I can see major cut backs and players being sold or told to take a major wage cut .Even the supposed £20 million investment won't last long as the need £11 million just to see the season out .Watch Slippy and Fredo disappear into the sunset with a few others 

Mike Ashley is also due his £10million plus at the High Court. Then Hummel and Elite Sports will sue and get theirs.

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On 3/30/2020 at 1:00 PM, Killiepies said:

Highly unlikely that they will die again but I can see major cut backs and players being sold or told to take a major wage cut .Even the supposed £20 million investment won't last long as the need £11 million just to see the season out .Watch Slippy and Fredo disappear into the sunset with a few others 

I think the opposite might be the case.  They will be working on a way to go bust.  Perfect opportunity for them to flip the company (not the club mind) and hide behind the fallout from the Covid situation.  

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On 3/31/2020 at 12:07 PM, piffer said:

UEFA in for their cut now. Fines for both Glasgow sides following heir most recent Euro escapades 

How come Sevco didn’t get another stadium ban. 

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Great to see that Morris Dancers were permitted to flout the lockdown in order to observe hundreds of years of tradition. The great and honourable grand master of Orange Scotland will be back-tracking furiously.

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