During the Rangers administration process it was highlighted on line that the Duff and Phelps creditors’ report on the 10th of July showed what could be a serious misdemeanour, or at best commercial misjudgement, with the catering accounts. It was highlighted here in the comical piegate and its sequels (comical because it was pie joke after pie joke)
For any one wanting a quick refresh here’s a link : https://scotslawthoughts.files.wordpress.com/2012/07/rangers-fc-plc-interim-report-by-duff-phelps-10-july.pdf
The most highlighted part was the
Food and Beverage Sales
Catering / Food and Beverage
the above is from the 10th of July interim report. Continue reading
The debate last night has shed new light on something that the msm maybe should have highlighted during all the drama of the voting of the SFL to place Rangers in Division 1 or Division 3. It ended up as 3 as we are all aware.
During the lead up to the vote there was lots of talk about self interest in the vote. Maybe certain teams should not be able to vote eg Dundee as they were going up and would vote Division 3 to get up or Dunfermline who at the time did not know they were staying in the first.
As I am not one for spreading rumours last night David Stevenson, one of our commenters, brought to light an issue of interest related to the pie topic but which also highlights the vote issues.
I have copied and pasted below for yous to read and for yous to make up your own mind on the matter .
We highlighted the pie suppliers last night.
“Mcghee’s – Glasgow’s finest pie makers and also very famous for crispy rolls”. Continue reading
You will recall that PIEGATE reared its ugly head yesterday when the remarkable food and beverage bill incurred by Duff & Phelps was picked up by the bold mick and other commenters.
mick has donned the sleuth’s hat and overcoat, and has been trying to get into the meat of the issue.
He has been hot on the pie trail….and I will leave him to tell you the rest!
Thanks again mick! Continue reading
mick is one of the most prolific commenters on the blog here, and whilst his idiosyncratic style is not to all tastes, I welcome his involvement.
Perhaps following the suggestion of one of the commenters last night that mick should write a blog, he has sent me a post for the site, which collates some of last evening’s comments about the seemingly remarkable Ibrox food bill.
I have done a wee bit of editing, which I hope mick does not mind.
I leave the floor to mick! Take it away!
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