Saturday, July 19, 2014

Why haven't the SFA chased £200k from Craig Whyte?

So, we know that Regan and Doncaster knew as far back as Sept 11 Rangers were heading for Armageddon.

We know that just after that the TV deal was changed so that a "Rangers" had to be in the top flight.

What we don't know is, hang on, remember this case?

http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-glasgow-west-22381479

When Craig Whyte was questioned about it this week, here is what he said:

"The SFA case has been 'stayed' which I'm surprised hasn't been reported. It could rear it's head again but I doubt Regan & Ogilvie want to be cross examined in court"

Oh, that's a bit weird isn't it?

Isn't it a bit strange that despite tough times, we've not had the SFA announcing that they have recovered the fine.  Well it appears that Whyte might not be telling the truth on this one.

So the question is did the SFA succeed in their court case mentioned above, or has the case been stayed?

And if it has been 'stayed' is this due to the reluctance of Stewart Regan and Campbell Ogilvie to take to the witness stand in an open court and be forced to divulge the full extent of their private dinner with Craig Whyte the week before Christmas of 2011.

"What meeting?!" I hear you say. Well, this one:


Was this the dinner date where assurances were given to Rangers about titles not being stripped? You can see Craig Whyte was assured no matter what happened, he was fine.

Did the SFA get that £200k?

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