In which I comment on Mr Dodds and his piece in Sunday’s Herald. Mr Dodds, in one sentence, destroys the element which is, as described by Mike McGill, Murray Group Finance Director, as “key” to the defence of the HMRC case. Bizarrely his piece seems intended to be a defence of himself and of Rangers. In fact it proves quite the reverse.
Mr Dodds and the Sunday Herald had a scoop on their hands, and failed to notice it!
I was also unaware of Mr Dodds’ apparent keen interest in the movie industry, reflected in the headline to this piece.
Billy Dodds was quoted at length in the Sunday Herald yesterday looking to clear his name and that of Rangers in connection with the EBT saga.
He is described by Wikipedia as follows:-
“William “Billy” Dodds (born 5 February 1969) is a former Scottish professional footballer. He was predominantly a striker and during a career spanning almost 20 years he played for, amongst others, Rangers, Aberdeen and Dundee United. He also won 26 caps for Scotland scoring 7 goals in those appearances. Along with his friend and colleague Gordon Chisholm, he has been involved with coaching and management at a number of clubs including Dundee United, Dundee and Queen of the South. He is currently working in the media, both as a commentator/summariser for BBC Scotland and as a columnist for the Sunday Herald newspaper.”
I think there are a few things worth saying about his comments so, in the words of Richard Gordon, “Billy?”
My observations are in bold beneath Mr Dodds’ comments.
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