Are You A Moron?

Good Afternoon. Are you a moron? Yes. YOU. If you are a ‘Bampot’, ‘Clumpaneer’, or another sort of fair-minded person with critical faculties, there are some (but not all) writing and broadcasting about Scottish football who I suspect think you came down in the last shower. And I can’t help but wonder whether they care

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Mr Green & The Most Reasonable Men

The preliminary hearings on what has become known as the ‘Fraudco’ trial will now resume on April 19 with only three individuals currently facing indictments. No-one is prepared to name the three, but we know that Craig White and Gary Withey are two of this trial triumvirate, with Charles Green almost certainly being the third.  As

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Can YOU Hear Sevco Sing?

Good Afternoon. I really enjoyed this classic piece of upbeat page-filling fodder from the Evening Shark-Jump this morning. Rangers striker Michael O’Halloran can’t wait to experience the Ibrox roar It’s the kind of utterly vacuous exercise in Sevconian-soothing of which The Clumpany NEVER tires! Because although it is about as hard-hitting as a bowl of

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The Old Firm

Rangers are now almost nailed on to earn automatic promotion. Hibs, the great pretenders, dropped five points when six were essential, which effectively condemned them to the play-offs. They now must play a minimum of four games to qualify for promotion, and should they continue to slide they will be looking at six games. The odds are not

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One lump or three, Mr Regan?

“The Scottish FA will cast its vote for Gianni Infantino at the forthcoming FIFA Presidential Election in Zurich. The Board of the Scottish FA supports his bid to become FIFA President after reviewing the manifestos of all candidates. Stewart Regan, the Scottish FA Chief Executive, Alan McRae, the President and Rod Petrie, the Vice-President, will

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A Collective Choice

Good Afternoon. You may recall that last summer the SFA threw its weight behind Michel Platini’s candidacyto become FIFA President. That ended well, didn’t it? It is worth having a look back at what was said at the time. On 30 July 2015, Stewart Regan had this to say: “Regan said that football is looking

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The World Cup Of ‘Liquidation Lies’

Good Afternoon. Although the Wisdom of Guru Warbs is fascinating, it is all rather serious and The Clumpany fancies a bit of fun for a change. Regular readers will know that The Clumpany greatly enjoys pointing out the Great Rangers ‘Liquidation Lies’ which get spewed out across social and mainstream media. Definitively Pish Well That’s

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All You Need Is Guff

If The Beatles were an early 21st Century band, their spiritual ‘peace and love’ phase would not involve a trip to India to study the ‘teachings’ of the Maharishi. No, they would instead study at the Temple of Warbs. For that is the place to which anyone seeking insight into the human condition (and the

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The IPO Conumdrums

One of the most surprising line items in the first RIFC published accounts was the £6.75m  “to acquire the assets from the administrators.” As I understood matters, the original placees provided the seed capital to acquire the assets and were later rewarded with an allocation  of equity. This was confirmed by the minutes of a board meeting and

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