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flocky1873
01-12-2014, 10:37
According to Keith Jackson on twitter

almeyda
01-12-2014, 10:39
Another pal of a pal...


Let's all get into the trough..

AnglianBear
01-12-2014, 10:39
Wow. Established 1872.

BroomloanWATP
01-12-2014, 10:40
Jesus ****ing Christ.

Whyte, Green and Ireland :D. If you didn't laugh you'd greet!

powerranger
01-12-2014, 10:41
http://wh-ireland.co.uk/

joe1958
01-12-2014, 10:42
Jesus ****ing Christ.

Whyte, Green and Ireland :D. If you didn't laugh you'd greet!

And what if that feck gold would have been brought in!!!!!!!

GreenockBlue
01-12-2014, 10:42
No doubt they'll be linked to Ashley or Laxey in some way.

vancy
01-12-2014, 10:42
Jesus ****ing Christ.

Whyte, Green and Ireland :D. If you didn't laugh you'd greet!


Exactly what I was thinking!

If this was a movie script it would be rejected for being too far fetched!

glasgowrangersno1
01-12-2014, 10:42
Another pal of a pal...


Let's all get into the trough..

Pal of whos pal?

supergers07
01-12-2014, 10:43
Office locations - non ein Scotland

Birmingham
Bristol
Cardiff
Colwyn Bay
Isle of Man - hmmmm
Leeds
London
Lymington
Manchester - hmmmmm
Milton Keynes
Poole

cambridgeblue
01-12-2014, 10:44
two blogs that suggest they aren't an upgrade...

http://www.shareprophets.com/views/306

http://tomwinnifrith.com/articles/4312/aim-cesspit-pittards-the-shocking-news-it-did-not-tell-you-before-christmas

glasgowrangersno1
01-12-2014, 10:46
two blogs that suggest they aren't an upgrade...

http://www.shareprophets.com/views/306

http://tomwinnifrith.com/articles/4312/aim-cesspit-pittards-the-shocking-news-it-did-not-tell-you-before-christmas

I'm sceptical of anyone but I would be interested to know what you googled to find those mate.

supergers07
01-12-2014, 10:47
why does a lot of things keep pointing back to Manchester?

supergers07
01-12-2014, 10:48
Manchester-based WH Ireland has acquired certain assets from Pritchard Stockbrokers, a company which was banned from trading by the financial regulator earlier this month.

The acquired assets include about 8,000 active private clients and the non-cash assets under management relating to those clients, valued at approximately £400m.

WH Ireland has paid £250,000 in cash on completion, with a further £250,000 in cash to be paid subject to the acquired assets being transferred to the business within an agreed timeframe.

On 10 February 2012, the Financial Services Authority ruled that Bournemouth-based Pritchard Stockbrokers had used client money for its own expenses, "thereby putting client money at risk".

It issued supervisory notice that said that the firm should cease any regulated activities, except to close out transactions which had already been started.

The regulator also froze Pritchard's assets and instructed it to tell all its clients that it had been barred for working for them. Pritchard has a right to appeal against the ruling.

However, WH Ireland said would "be in a position to undertake regulated activities for those of [Pritchard Stockbrokers] clients that have transferred".

Paul Compton, the WH Ireland's chief executive, said: "The transaction increases our regionally based private client business and moves our nominee funds total forward. It provides an immediate resolution to what had become a worrisome situation for PSL clients.

"We welcome them to WH Ireland and look forward to meeting their financial needs. We fully expect this transaction to be earnings enhancing in the first full year following completion."

Former Glasgow Rangers chairman Craig Whyte stepped down as company secretary at Pritchard Stockbrokers last week. His main investment vehicle, Liberty Capital, invested £250,000 in the company.

flocky1873
01-12-2014, 10:50
Rupert Lowe (ex Southampton Chairman)
Is on their board as non exec Chairman

cambridgeblue
01-12-2014, 10:50
I'm sceptical of anyone but I would be interested to know what you googled to find those mate.

w h ireland issue

Alcatraz Loyal
01-12-2014, 10:51
Jesus ****ing Christ.

Whyte, Green and Ireland :D. If you didn't laugh you'd greet!

Why don't we just go the whole hog and bring in some famous American Jew called Ira? :D

Grandmaster_Suck
01-12-2014, 10:54
Wow. Established 1872.

No doubt and old and venerable company totally trustworthy with integrity ousting from every pore.

meldo53
01-12-2014, 10:56
Manchester-based WH Ireland has acquired certain assets from Pritchard Stockbrokers, a company which was banned from trading by the financial regulator earlier this month.

The acquired assets include about 8,000 active private clients and the non-cash assets under management relating to those clients, valued at approximately £400m.

WH Ireland has paid £250,000 in cash on completion, with a further £250,000 in cash to be paid subject to the acquired assets being transferred to the business within an agreed timeframe.

On 10 February 2012, the Financial Services Authority ruled that Bournemouth-based Pritchard Stockbrokers had used client money for its own expenses, "thereby putting client money at risk".

It issued supervisory notice that said that the firm should cease any regulated activities, except to close out transactions which had already been started.

The regulator also froze Pritchard's assets and instructed it to tell all its clients that it had been barred for working for them. Pritchard has a right to appeal against the ruling.

However, WH Ireland said would "be in a position to undertake regulated activities for those of [Pritchard Stockbrokers] clients that have transferred".

Paul Compton, the WH Ireland's chief executive, said: "The transaction increases our regionally based private client business and moves our nominee funds total forward. It provides an immediate resolution to what had become a worrisome situation for PSL clients.

"We welcome them to WH Ireland and look forward to meeting their financial needs. We fully expect this transaction to be earnings enhancing in the first full year following completion."

Former Glasgow Rangers chairman Craig Whyte stepped down as company secretary at Pritchard Stockbrokers last week. His main investment vehicle, Liberty Capital, invested £250,000 in the company.


This is quite startling.

coinneach
01-12-2014, 10:57
Former Glasgow Rangers chairman Craig Whyte stepped down as company secretary at Pritchard Stockbrokers last week. His main investment vehicle, Liberty Capital, invested £250,000 in the company.[/QUOTE]

How much did Whyte get for selling the Arsenal shares?
Did he use our money to invest elsewhere?

joe1958
01-12-2014, 10:57
Why don't we just go the whole hog and bring in some famous American Jew called Ira? :D

Feeeeeeeccccccckkkkkk nnnnnnoooooooo

Denver_Ba
01-12-2014, 10:59
So a company Whyte worked for is the new NOMAD?


Sounds great.

almeyda
01-12-2014, 11:08
Pal of whos pal?


I'm willing to bet 20 quid to charity that this mob has links with members of our old board or present board members.

TwoBadMice
01-12-2014, 11:15
I'm willing to bet 20 quid to charity that this mob has links with members of our old board or present board members.

They'll be no doubt about it

macdonsj
01-12-2014, 11:18
So a company Whyte worked for is the new NOMAD?


Sounds great.



looks like WH Ireland purchased some assets of Pritchards
no suggestion there of Whyte involved in WH Ireland

glasseye
01-12-2014, 11:21
So a company Whyte worked for is the new NOMAD?


Sounds great.

No he didn't work for them.

The dodgy stockbrokers he was involved with (Pritchards), which 'handled' the Arsenal shares sale and then went bust sold off some off their assets to the new NOMAD, WH Ireland.

Bigmother
01-12-2014, 11:21
So a company Whyte worked for is the new NOMAD?


Sounds great.

Not my reading of it.
Our new nomad bought the business off a company that Whyte used to be secretary of. Unhelpfully no idea when the sale took place.

Ev0xx
01-12-2014, 11:24
We are like a rotting carcass in an Elephant's Graveyard. All manner of vermin coming to have a feed again and again.

And not a single word from any politician. They could have this shite investigated in a second if they wanted to.

supergers07
01-12-2014, 11:25
Green wined and dined reps from their company 2 years ago pre IPO trying to drum up interest in various things.

That was from digging through Rangers Media, so take with a pinch of salt.

simplythechamps
01-12-2014, 11:25
Manchester-based WH Ireland has acquired certain assets from Pritchard Stockbrokers, a company which was banned from trading by the financial regulator earlier this month.

The acquired assets include about 8,000 active private clients and the non-cash assets under management relating to those clients, valued at approximately £400m.

WH Ireland has paid £250,000 in cash on completion, with a further £250,000 in cash to be paid subject to the acquired assets being transferred to the business within an agreed timeframe.

On 10 February 2012, the Financial Services Authority ruled that Bournemouth-based Pritchard Stockbrokers had used client money for its own expenses, "thereby putting client money at risk".

It issued supervisory notice that said that the firm should cease any regulated activities, except to close out transactions which had already been started.

The regulator also froze Pritchard's assets and instructed it to tell all its clients that it had been barred for working for them. Pritchard has a right to appeal against the ruling.

However, WH Ireland said would "be in a position to undertake regulated activities for those of [Pritchard Stockbrokers] clients that have transferred".

Paul Compton, the WH Ireland's chief executive, said: "The transaction increases our regionally based private client business and moves our nominee funds total forward. It provides an immediate resolution to what had become a worrisome situation for PSL clients.

"We welcome them to WH Ireland and look forward to meeting their financial needs. We fully expect this transaction to be earnings enhancing in the first full year following completion."

Former Glasgow Rangers chairman Craig Whyte stepped down as company secretary at Pritchard Stockbrokers last week. His main investment vehicle, Liberty Capital, invested £250,000 in the company.



These "coincidences" just keep happening.

Denver_Ba
01-12-2014, 11:29
Not my reading of it.
Our new nomad bought the business off a company that Whyte used to be secretary of. Unhelpfully no idea when the sale took place.

Ok, I read it too quick. However the point stands that the same people are always involved somewhere along the line.

We just can't get away from these people.

supergers07
01-12-2014, 11:34
Formation Group
CEO
C. A. Green Non-Executive Chairman (resigned 22 February 2012) - around the time he knew he'd be getting RFC
Paul Stretford is an English football agent. In 1987 he founded Proactive Sports Management, renamed Formation Group in 2004.

Formation in the deals that brought Hugo Viana to Newcastle United for around €12 million in 2002, Nuno Capucho to Glasgow Rangers in 2003.

The list of the company’s shareholders was later described as “a Who’s Who of the footballing fraternity”, and included the managers and former players Bobby Robson, Kenny Dalglish, Kevin Keegan, Graeme Souness and Peter Reid.

Formation Group Stockbrokers Manchester based W H Ireland.

Davemc043
01-12-2014, 11:35
why does a lot of things keep pointing back to Manchester?

Mike McDonald :ninja:

Davemc043
01-12-2014, 11:35
Formation Group
CEO
C. A. Green Non-Executive Chairman (resigned 22 February 2012) - around the time he knew he'd be getting RFC
Paul Stretford is an English football agent. In 1987 he founded Proactive Sports Management, renamed Formation Group in 2004.

Formation in the deals that brought Hugo Viana to Newcastle United for around €12 million in 2002, Nuno Capucho to Glasgow Rangers in 2003.

The list of the company’s shareholders was later described as “a Who’s Who of the footballing fraternity”, and included the managers and former players Bobby Robson, Kenny Dalglish, Kevin Keegan, Graeme Souness and Peter Reid.

Formation Group Stockbrokers Manchester based W H Ireland.

Shock horror :(

supergers07
01-12-2014, 11:37
Mike McDonald :ninja:

and the rest of their underworld gang using our club as a front for their shady doings.

Davemc043
01-12-2014, 11:40
and the rest of their underworld gang using our club as a front for their shady doings.

Does he have any previous links with Ashley?

All roads in this saga post admin 2012 lead back to Green and his cronies from Nova Resources/Formation.

Pollok-Loyal
01-12-2014, 11:40
I am confident there is nothing sinister in this whatsoever. Rolls eyes.

Denver_Ba
01-12-2014, 11:43
Rupert Lowe of ex-Southampton fame is on the board of directors at WH Ireland.


http://wh-ireland.co.uk/contact/key-people

NewAmsterdamLive
01-12-2014, 11:44
Formation Group
CEO
C. A. Green Non-Executive Chairman (resigned 22 February 2012) - around the time he knew he'd be getting RFC
Paul Stretford is an English football agent. In 1987 he founded Proactive Sports Management, renamed Formation Group in 2004.

Formation in the deals that brought Hugo Viana to Newcastle United for around €12 million in 2002, Nuno Capucho to Glasgow Rangers in 2003.

The list of the company’s shareholders was later described as “a Who’s Who of the footballing fraternity”, and included the managers and former players Bobby Robson, Kenny Dalglish, Kevin Keegan, Graeme Souness and Peter Reid.

Formation Group Stockbrokers Manchester based W H Ireland.

Where's this from?

frankfurterbear1
01-12-2014, 11:47
You know when you were a kid and you told a fib and it snowballed with so many unbelievable coincidences that happened to make up the reason for you fib, that is us, one big lie.

superrangers
01-12-2014, 11:51
Not my reading of it.
Our new nomad bought the business off a company that Whyte used to be secretary of. Unhelpfully no idea when the sale took place.

The tone of the piece 'has acquired,' and fact Whyte stood down as Co. Sec. last week infers this is in the last few days.

macdonsj
01-12-2014, 11:57
Office locations - non ein Scotland

Birmingham
Bristol
Cardiff
Colwyn Bay
Isle of Man - hmmmm
Leeds
London
Lymington
Manchester - hmmmmm
Milton Keynes
Poole

there is an ayrshire address on Company Check

http://companycheck.co.uk/company/02002044/W-H-IRELAND-LIMITED

paulah
01-12-2014, 11:59
What does NOMAD Stand for ?

glasseye
01-12-2014, 12:02
What does NOMAD Stand for ?

nominated advisor

Teddyjohn
01-12-2014, 12:02
What does NOMAD Stand for ?

'Nominated Advisor'.

skorn
01-12-2014, 12:22
Jesus ****ing Christ.

Whyte, Green and Ireland :D. If you didn't laugh you'd greet!

Craig Whyte's thoughts in January 2012 ...
"I know, I'll drive the club into the ground (as arranged ...) and make ONE player signing ...

... Celik."

thecount
01-12-2014, 12:30
Manchester-based WH Ireland has acquired certain assets from Pritchard Stockbrokers, a company which was banned from trading by the financial regulator earlier this month.

The acquired assets include about 8,000 active private clients and the non-cash assets under management relating to those clients, valued at approximately £400m.

WH Ireland has paid £250,000 in cash on completion, with a further £250,000 in cash to be paid subject to the acquired assets being transferred to the business within an agreed timeframe.

On 10 February 2012, the Financial Services Authority ruled that Bournemouth-based Pritchard Stockbrokers had used client money for its own expenses, "thereby putting client money at risk".

It issued supervisory notice that said that the firm should cease any regulated activities, except to close out transactions which had already been started.

The regulator also froze Pritchard's assets and instructed it to tell all its clients that it had been barred for working for them. Pritchard has a right to appeal against the ruling.

However, WH Ireland said would "be in a position to undertake regulated activities for those of [Pritchard Stockbrokers] clients that have transferred".

Paul Compton, the WH Ireland's chief executive, said: "The transaction increases our regionally based private client business and moves our nominee funds total forward. It provides an immediate resolution to what had become a worrisome situation for PSL clients.

"We welcome them to WH Ireland and look forward to meeting their financial needs. We fully expect this transaction to be earnings enhancing in the first full year following completion."

Former Glasgow Rangers chairman Craig Whyte stepped down as company secretary at Pritchard Stockbrokers last week. His main investment vehicle, Liberty Capital, invested £250,000 in the company.










Isn't that the figure the google eyed bassa got for our historic Arsenal share.

jigster
01-12-2014, 12:30
Formation Group
CEO
C. A. Green Non-Executive Chairman (resigned 22 February 2012) - around the time he knew he'd be getting RFC
Paul Stretford is an English football agent. In 1987 he founded Proactive Sports Management, renamed Formation Group in 2004.

Formation in the deals that brought Hugo Viana to Newcastle United for around €12 million in 2002, Nuno Capucho to Glasgow Rangers in 2003.

The list of the company’s shareholders was later described as “a Who’s Who of the footballing fraternity”, and included the managers and former players Bobby Robson, Kenny Dalglish, Kevin Keegan, Graeme Souness and Peter Reid.

Formation Group Stockbrokers Manchester based W H Ireland.



he stated that "he knew he was getting rangers in february " in a news conference on the day we played st Johnstone in Perth which was May ....... the whole thing F**kin stinks

zadok
01-12-2014, 12:39
http://www.shareprophets.com/views/306

Verdes Management - Verdes translated - Green.

Just saying...

rhynieblue
01-12-2014, 12:39
Mike McDonald :ninja:

Gotta point there. need to do some more digging on Mike McDonald, as he was one of the first ones that was involved with Green at the beginning and they also were at Sheffield Utd together.

AnglianBear
01-12-2014, 12:42
he stated that "he knew he was getting rangers in february " in a news conference on the day we played st Johnstone in Perth which was May ....... the whole thing F**kin stinks

Quite why he made those incriminating statements publicly I don't know. He never could hold back with the boasting.

thelegend
01-12-2014, 12:42
The tone of the piece 'has acquired,' and fact Whyte stood down as Co. Sec. last week infers this is in the last few days.

As far as I can see Whyte left Pritchards in February 2012.

jackdaniels78
01-12-2014, 12:42
So the new board have nothing to do with green or whyte and its a complete co-incidence that both have previous dealings with our new nomad

Ricky Bobby
01-12-2014, 12:42
Jesus ****ing Christ.

Whyte, Green and Ireland :D. If you didn't laugh you'd greet!

Its pretty clear they are out to inflict maximum and lasting damage on the club.

old bluebell
01-12-2014, 12:46
Bet ya if theres any connections to googly eyes police Scotland will be up to date , lets hope they follow any leads and it leads to netting more of these scum , by the way I still think theirs a porkheid connection

buster
01-12-2014, 12:46
Its pretty clear they are out to inflict maximum and lasting damage on the club.

That's the end result or rather we're already well down the road towards that but "they are out" pure and simply to make money and as is well known, sp.ivs and sharks don't tend to let emotion, morals or 'carnage' get in the way.

Hal B. Goode
01-12-2014, 12:48
I know them. Client of my former employer. Bought Pritchard's book. Mugs.

Ricky Bobby
01-12-2014, 12:54
That's the end result or rather we're already well down the road towards that but "they are out" pure and simply to make money and as is well known, sp.ivs and sharks don't tend to let emotion, morals or 'carnage' get in the way.

I'm not so sure. I think alot of characters that have got involved are all about the money. I think there's more to it than that though. There was a scheme to pick up the club for a song and rip the absolute piss. If it was purely money I doubt we wouldve see some of the coincidences we have.

No Money No Problems
01-12-2014, 12:56
This is quite startling.

Fu King Hell!

Is this allowed? How can we be using any company that has given that rat Whyte money in the last few years :eek:?

-bigdaz-
01-12-2014, 12:56
[B]Former Glasgow Rangers chairman Craig Whyte stepped down as company secretary at Pritchard Stockbrokers last week. His main investment vehicle, Liberty Capital, invested £250,000 in the company.

Ooohhhh dear he we go again

thetoptier
01-12-2014, 12:58
And on and on it goes.

buster
01-12-2014, 12:58
I'm not so sure. I think alot of characters that have got involved are all about the money. I think there's more to it than that though. There was a scheme to pick up the club for a song and rip the absolute piss. If it was purely money I doubt we wouldve see some of the coincidences we have.

I think it's very much 'follow the money' at the root of things, rather than the 'Celtic-minded cabals'.

But this thread isn't the place to go down that road.

skorn
01-12-2014, 13:04
I'm not so sure. I think alot of characters that have got involved are all about the money. I think there's more to it than that though. There was a scheme to pick up the club for a song and rip the absolute piss. If it was purely money I doubt we wouldve see some of the coincidences we have.

Thats how I've always felt about this too.

Assuming that the first person involved on the scene was just coincidentally named "Whyte".

What are the chances, out of all the surnames in just Britain alone, that the next person in this chain of fun would be named "Green" ?

As I've noted a bit earlier, as did other posters at the time (January 2012), Whyte's only player in (whilst he was flogging of Jelavic) was ... Celik.


It's an in-joke that might rebound against them, if we can find that one strand of CFC-related virus in this shebang.

The Lone Sniper
01-12-2014, 13:13
That's the end result or rather we're already well down the road towards that but "they are out" pure and simply to make money and as is well known, sp.ivs and sharks don't tend to let emotion, morals or 'carnage' get in the way.

I am of the belief that those here to take the Club's assets (to make money) have been assisted directly or indirectly by those wishing the long term destruction of Rangers FC.

For The Con to succeed, malevolent forces where required.

Burgh-Ger
01-12-2014, 13:20
This really is shocking - it goes on and on and on!!

buster
01-12-2014, 13:22
I am of the belief that those here to take the Club's assets (to make money) have been assisted directly or indirectly by those wishing the long term destruction of Rangers FC.

For The Con to succeed, malevolent forces where required.

I don't believe that any such intervention(s) will have made a material difference to events.

Bestie-Bear
01-12-2014, 16:20
Lord of the Rings has a better chance of finishing before this epic. Can't make this shit up?��

williewoodburn
01-12-2014, 16:24
With Plod sniffing about the lamposts for signs of shite, I'd be surprised another dog off the street would sign up to be involved.

Surely Messrs Ireland, if not pedigreed, will be at least housetrained ?

williewoodburn
01-12-2014, 16:33
Thats how I've always felt about this too.

Assuming that the first person involved on the scene was just coincidentally named "Whyte".

What are the chances, out of all the surnames in just Britain alone, that the next person in this chain of fun would be named "Green" ?

As I've noted a bit earlier, as did other posters at the time (January 2012), Whyte's only player in (whilst he was flogging of Jelavic) was ... Celik.


It's an in-joke that might rebound against them, if we can find that one strand of CFC-related virus in this shebang.

My hope is Whyte will panic and crack. the threat of a few years in the pokey is often enough for stronger characters than him.

Is it too much to hope for a taped conversation with Liewell or Dr Death ?

Grant
01-12-2014, 16:54
Whyte had dealings with Close Brothers.



Richard Killingbeck
Chief Executive Officer

Richard joined the Group in September 2012 bringing with him over 25 years of investment management and private banking experience. Richard was appointed to the Board in December 2012, and was appointed to the role of Chief Executive Officer in January 2013.

During the past 25 years he has held senior fund management positions in the management of both institutional and private client accounts. In 2001, whilst at Singer and Friedlander Investment Management, he was appointed the CEO of the business, a position he held until 2005. He then undertook a number of senior management roles at Close Brothers Asset Management and then more recently at Credit Suisse Private Bank.

Richard is also Chairman of Bankers Investment Trust PLC and sits on a number of charity investment committees.

Huckleberry
01-12-2014, 18:02
Quite a few links between Hoodless Brennen and WH Ireland.
eg. People who worked at and/or were office bearers.


Note
Hoodless Brennen corporate finance operations (Imran Ahmad was there) were spun off and became known as Allenby Capital (80% owned at start by Imran Ahmad)

Terrifying. Absolutely incredible. We're absolutely ****ed, rotten to the very core :(

200000 Heroes
01-12-2014, 19:01
I have a client who bought Verdes Management shares and, what a shock, lost money.

All these links and coincidental names and connections popping up all over the place are no coincidence.

I confidently predict that our esteemed new NOMAD will also soon be uncovered as a shower of trough feeding rogues

jackdaniels78
01-12-2014, 19:06
The only thing that will stop all this now is the authorities making arrests including people still at the club.

tauntonbear
01-12-2014, 19:17
Mike McDonald :ninja:

You know that rule that you're only 6 people away from knowing anybody in the world. Well with those involved in us since this whole thing started I'd say the furthest contact they're away from each other is a phone call or email.

It's a close knit cabal which hopefully will be totally exposed the wider the PS investigation spreads.

I wouldn't be at all surprised to find this guy right in with the rest of them.

govanfrnt-f
01-12-2014, 19:17
why does a lot of things keep pointing back to Manchester?

Funny that who was the supposed blue knight who was allegedly receiving phone calls and being threatened by guys in Manchester?

bluedemon
01-12-2014, 19:18
Thats how I've always felt about this too.

Assuming that the first person involved on the scene was just coincidentally named "Whyte".

What are the chances, out of all the surnames in just Britain alone, that the next person in this chain of fun would be named "Green" ?

As I've noted a bit earlier, as did other posters at the time (January 2012), Whyte's only player in (whilst he was flogging of Jelavic) was ... Celik.


It's an in-joke that might rebound against them, if we can find that one strand of CFC-related virus in this shebang.

Liewell and Death defo involved with McGillivan their "carrier" to get the fuzzy public pic put out there. Many labour-party types also involved including the lawyer who wrote blogs. Paul McConville.

bluedemon
01-12-2014, 19:20
My hope is Whyte will panic and crack. the threat of a few years in the pokey is often enough for stronger characters than him.

Is it too much to hope for a taped conversation with Liewell or Dr Death ?

This would be the perfect outcome.

Exactly why I expect Whyte to "disappear" temporarily or permanently.

bluedemon
01-12-2014, 19:23
We are like a rotting carcass in an Elephant's Graveyard. All manner of vermin coming to have a feed again and again.

And not a single word from any politician. They could have this shite investigated in a second if they wanted to.

Not unexpected when it was current sitting politicians plus older types (Death), who have sanctioned the very disaster we are witnessing.

Charlie Dont Surf
01-12-2014, 19:35
And what if that feck gold would have been brought in!!!!!!!

Never ever been Gold mate it's Orange .Only a hate filled bigot cannot see that

Bigmother
01-12-2014, 20:01
Bet ya if theres any connections to googly eyes police Scotland will be up to date , lets hope they follow any leads and it leads to netting more of these scum , by the way I still think theirs a porkheid connection

If we have connections to Whyte then we're out of Scottish football as per the agreement the SFA made with us to get our licence.

forlanssister
01-12-2014, 20:40
I'm led to believe that when Green and Ahmad were both ejected from their positions they engaged WH Ireland to find a buyer for their holdings and that WH Ireland went on a world wide search for a buyer/s but could find nobody willing to deal at anything remotely like the price being sought.

tauntonbear
01-12-2014, 20:47
Let's be honest - what sort of Nomad would touch us with a bargepole ?