Resolution 12 #res12
Keep up to date with Resolution 12 as the story develops.
THERE has not been any decent Celtic Podcasts out for a good few weeks then we get two new ones at roughly the same time...
Today’s letters in my A-Z articles of Scottish football malfeasance are ‘I’ & ‘J’.
A few hours ago I had a conversation with a leading Resolution 12 requisitioners.
The next few pieces will be on the AGM yesterday; for those waiting on my covering Resolution 12, I will get to it but it won’t be today.
AFTER yesterday’s Celtic AGM when the matter known as Resolution 12 was raised from the floor and as usual Celtic attempted to kick it back into the long grass, a shareholder known as Auldheid to the online community and one of the four ‘Res 12 Guys’ told Peter Lawwell that he was NOT happy with...
THE CELTIC AGM has ended and there’s plenty of news to report – although rather predictably nothing of note on Resolution 12, which has been kicked into the long grass yet again by the Celtic PLC Board...
In my A-Z of Scottish football malfeasance I allocated the letter ‘R’ to the former club that was Rangers.
THE CELTIC board will today have to make their position clear on where they stand regarding Resolution 12.
Celtic are eager for a ballot draw to take place in order to decide which Scottish League Cup semi-final has to move to Murrayfield, if the current plans to play both matches at Hampden are disregarded, the BBC reports...
Perhaps the most interesting reply to yesterdays diary illuminates best the fact that Resolution 12, and those behind it, are not going away The Res12...
THE John McGinn transfer saga between Hibernian and Celtic looks set to rumble on a little while yet, but it would be in the best interests of both clubs – and St Mirren – if the negotiations were brought to a speedy conclusion...
LEIGH Griffiths is fully fit and ready to play his part in helping Celtic clinch a seventh successive league title...
My detailed research into the malfeasance at the heart of Scottish football, presented in an A-Z format, will in this piece consider the letter ‘N’ in regard to the chairman, viz William Nimmo Smith, of the following: Commission appointed by Resolution of the Board of Directors of The Scottish Premier League Limited dated 1 August...
To create and issue up to £14,120,388 in convertible unsecured loan notes (the “Convertible Loan Notes”) to the providers of shareholder loans to the Company with a conversion price of 20p for each ordinary share in the Company that is converted with the conversion events to be determined by the Directors – Resolution 10 (i) Special...
If we look in depth, and this is an in depth look, at how and why Lord Nimmo Smith arrived at his decisions when he...
THE OUTCOME is as follows: Preliminary Tribunal Hearing Outcome: The Judicial Panel convened a preliminary hearing relating to the above case on June 26 2018...
Today, Auldheid published a tour de force piece over on the E-Tims site, the sort of article that deserves a wide audience, the sort that should be the focus of debate and discussion for years to come.
Andrew Gamba, Calum Fisher and Ryan Crombie talk for aaaaaaaaaaaaages about this weekend of Scottish football...
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