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SPIKE



Normally, a club in League 1 is worth less than a club in the Championship.

Would relegation have a silver lining?

Would it encourage the Raes to accept less for the club and conclude their horrendous regime?

PLEDGERTON

PLEDGERTON
Been asking the same question. Best answer I got was 'Nobody knows what's going on'. Still glad I pulled my pledge though as MCT have shafted us even if they never meant to.

Branchy


Ton is just a wee bit of GC

bastardo

bastardo
SPIKE wrote:
Normally, a club in League 1 is worth less than a club in the Championship.

Would relegation have a silver lining?

Would it encourage the Raes to accept less for the club and conclude their horrendous regime?
No

Tomton

Tomton
Even in the heady early 'Dougie' days the fans were treated with contempt and on a 'need to know' basis, and it's now impossible to know what's going on when Rae junior has proved to be untrustworthy.

What is plain for all to see is that the Club has effectively been abandoned by Golden Casket. There's bigger agenda out there for sure. Radix malorum cupiditas est.

SPIKE


Tomton wrote:Even in the heady early 'Dougie' days the fans were treated with contempt and on a 'need to know' basis, and it's now impossible to know what's going on when Rae junior has proved to be untrustworthy.

What is plain for all to see is that the Club has effectively been abandoned by Golden Casket. There's bigger agenda out there for sure. Radix malorum cupiditas est.


semper paratus?




weemanTon

weemanTon
Would relegation free Morton from Golden Casket?  _7317710

SPIKE


weemanTon wrote:Would relegation free Morton from Golden Casket?  _7317710

AFTA DARKE?


Johnny Bravo

Johnny Bravo
SPIKE wrote:
Normally, a club in League 1 is worth less than a club in the Championship.

Would relegation have a silver lining?

Would it encourage the Raes to accept less for the club and conclude their horrendous regime?

Didn't make a difference last time and I doubt it would this time if it happened. It's clear the Raes have no intention of selling the club and the fans are too weak to stay away to attempt to force their hands.

The only difference this time is that it would be much harder to return to the Championship, if at all.

Archieton

Archieton
It's clear the Raes have no intention of selling the club

Maybe you didn't offer enough JB!

skellyton

skellyton
SPIKE wrote:
Normally, a club in League 1 is worth less than a club in the Championship.

Would relegation have a silver lining?

Would it encourage the Raes to accept less for the club and conclude their horrendous regime?
Don't get it at all. It's almost like Golden Casket want to hang onto the Club but not spend on it - almost like it's a pawn in a bigger game.

JJB


SPIKE wrote:
Normally, a club in League 1 is worth less than a club in the Championship.

Would relegation have a silver lining?

Would it encourage the Raes to accept less for the club and conclude their horrendous regime?
That family has taken credit for 'saving' our club when it hasn't even the decency to give it a proper burial. Paupers grave for the once mighty 'Ton.

THANK YOU RAES

EricTon

EricTon
SPIKE wrote:
Normally, a club in League 1 is worth less than a club in the Championship.

Would relegation have a silver lining?

Would it encourage the Raes to accept less for the club and conclude their horrendous regime?
Just hand the whole caboodle to the nearest criminal bean counter whistle

LinwoodTON

LinwoodTON
I guess everyone's fear is that we go down and never return, much like Stirling or Airdrie have done.

Branchy


Third Lanark

LinwoodTON

LinwoodTON
Branchy wrote:Third Lanark

Maybe not quite that far. Crying or Very sad

SPIKE


LinwoodTON wrote:
Branchy wrote:Third Lanark

Maybe not quite that far. Crying or Very sad  


They had bigger crowds than Cappielow ever had.


LinwoodTON

LinwoodTON
SPIKE wrote:
LinwoodTON wrote:
Branchy wrote:Third Lanark

Maybe not quite that far. Crying or Very sad  


They had bigger crowds than Cappielow ever had.



They also had a bigger ground and came from a bigger town.

SPIKE


LinwoodTON wrote:
SPIKE wrote:
LinwoodTON wrote:
Branchy wrote:Third Lanark

Maybe not quite that far. Crying or Very sad  


They had bigger crowds than Cappielow ever had.



They also had a bigger ground and came from a bigger town.


with some decent managers ...

Bob Shankly
George Young
Bobby Evans
Bobby Shearer




LinwoodTON

LinwoodTON
SPIKE wrote:
LinwoodTON wrote:
SPIKE wrote:
LinwoodTON wrote:
Branchy wrote:Third Lanark

Maybe not quite that far. Crying or Very sad  


They had bigger crowds than Cappielow ever had.



They also had a bigger ground and came from a bigger town.


with some decent managers ...

Bob Shankly
George Young
Bobby Evans
Bobby Shearer





Doesn't matter what you've done in the past, it's the present that counts.

SPIKE


LinwoodTON wrote:
SPIKE wrote:
LinwoodTON wrote:
SPIKE wrote:
LinwoodTON wrote:
Branchy wrote:Third Lanark

Maybe not quite that far. Crying or Very sad  


They had bigger crowds than Cappielow ever had.



They also had a bigger ground and came from a bigger town.


with some decent managers ...

Bob Shankly
George Young
Bobby Evans
Bobby Shearer





Doesn't matter what you've done in the past, it's the present that counts.


Watt aboot the future?

LinwoodTON

LinwoodTON
SPIKE wrote:
LinwoodTON wrote:
SPIKE wrote:
LinwoodTON wrote:
SPIKE wrote:
LinwoodTON wrote:
Branchy wrote:Third Lanark

Maybe not quite that far. Crying or Very sad  


They had bigger crowds than Cappielow ever had.



They also had a bigger ground and came from a bigger town.


with some decent managers ...

Bob Shankly
George Young
Bobby Evans
Bobby Shearer





Doesn't matter what you've done in the past, it's the present that counts.


Watt aboot the future?

That depends on what happens in in the present time.

Incidentally, that list of managers were nothing special, none of them.

SPIKE


LinwoodTON wrote:
SPIKE wrote:
LinwoodTON wrote:
SPIKE wrote:
LinwoodTON wrote:
SPIKE wrote:
LinwoodTON wrote:
Branchy wrote:Third Lanark

Maybe not quite that far. Crying or Very sad  


They had bigger crowds than Cappielow ever had.



They also had a bigger ground and came from a bigger town.


with some decent managers ...

Bob Shankly
George Young
Bobby Evans
Bobby Shearer





Doesn't matter what you've done in the past, it's the present that counts.


Watt aboot the future?

That depends on what happens in in the present time.

Incidentally, that list of managers were nothing special, none of them.




LinwoodTON

LinwoodTON
SPIKE wrote:

None of them ????


As Third Lanark manager, nope.

SPIKE


LinwoodTON wrote:
SPIKE wrote:

None of them ????


As Third Lanark manager, nope.


The last day of the 1960–61 season saw Third Lanark reach a historic landmark.

The club beat Hibernian 6–1 at Cathkin Park to reach 100 goals for the season, and the win secured third place in Scotland's top division.

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