The difference between sevco and hearts

Discussion in 'Hearts' started by Albatross, Aug 1, 2013.

  1. Albatross

    Albatross Well-Known Member

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    Most of the media are reacting with indignation at the difference on the fines between SEVCO and hearts and the difference in the apparent length of the alleged registration embargo, which seems totally ineffective at rfc who have signed more players than any club in Christendom and playing them as trialists yet they are fully contracted to the club. Effin joke.

    Media are deliberately ignoring, perhaps because some Tom Jack or Harry is pulling the strings as has been the case for a long time and exposed by CF, the obvious and glaring differences in the two administrations.

    Hearts through no fault of their own fell into financial difficulties because the foreign bank they owed money to collapsed. Hearts initially paid and are trying to pay the social taxes they owe.

    Rfc on the other hand went under owing well over £100m and potentially approaching £200m pounds, most of which was owed as a result of avoiding and possibly evading taxes over a decade. They also deliberately evaded tax throughout their last season in a vain attempt to earn more money for themselves, yet at the same time trying to negotiate a lesser payment to HMRC.
    The extent of the debts, the damage was more widespread with rfc and there was tax evasion proved by LNS and possibly on a great scale if HMRC eventually win their case.

    The two situations are totally different and the media know it, the certainly know it, they know it, the SFA know it and sure as hell HMRC know it.
     
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  2. Moses

    Moses Well-Known Member

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  3. Super hooper

    Super hooper New Member

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    I noticed on Saturday quite a resemblance to the style of Football played between
    Hearts and Rangers 1872 .
    Both teams used the kick approach as often as possible and if they missed a Celtic
    Player and kicked the ball, well they were not too despondent .

    It was great of the Hearts supporters , really coming to the help of the club.
    It was typical of Rangers 1872 and The Rangers to hold games with unknowing
    legends of other teams and instead of giving the money to charity , using the
    Money for Rangers 1872 use and The Rangers use. I hear Rangers are
    bringing forward the next four years charity matches to next spring .
     
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  4. celtic minded

    celtic minded New Member

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    One's as bad as the other as far as most opposition fans are concerned
     
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  5. Lochers

    Lochers Leader of POOVES

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    ^^poof^^
     
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