Category Archives: The Scottish Football Monitor

How Will the SFA/SPL React To the Green Challenge? – Me at TSFM

Over at the Scottish Football Monitor you will find a piece by me regarding Mr Green’s outburst today and its implications for him having to return to Hampden to face more charges of bringing the game into disrepute etc.

Click on the link below to be taken there.

Charles Green – “We Stand United in Saying: No More” – What Will Football’s Authorities Do?

 

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Whatever Happened to the Nimmo Smith Report? – Crosspost from the Scottish Football Monitor

I am privileged to have had the chance to post a “guest” article on TSFM.

In this piece I look at what happened to the SFA commissioned “Nimmo Smith Report”.

The comments on the piece over at TSFM are well worth a look too.

Whatever Happened to the Nimmo Smith Report?

On 21st February 2012 the SFA announced that it had appointed retired judge Lord Nimmo Smith to chair an independent inquiry into Rangers FC. His panel comprised Professor Niall Lothian, Past President of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland; Bob Downes, former Director of BT and now Deputy Chairman of the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency, and Stewart Regan, CEO of the SFA. Continue reading

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