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MCL last won the day on August 24 2011

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  1. He may have gone bust but I'm sure I remember just before his Presidential companies got into difficulties he moved a lot of his assets into his wife's name.
  2. Can't be so short of money or even confidence for staying in the Championship since they've been offering young players full time contracts https://twitter.com/craigreid1875/status/727958671267921923
  3. People are entitled to do what they want with their own money. Doesn't mean she shouldn't be paid what she is due from the club whether she worked every shift going or not. Some people had a go at Massone for being dragged to court rather than pay people what the club owed them but this lot are just the same.
  4. I've been passing the time having a wee look back over the thread. Hard to believe it was more than 7 years ago. I wonder if any of the posters sticking up for Ged Nixon way back then have changed their minds and would admit I was correct? Is the "Trust" still going?
  5. Latest list of shareholders in Livingston 5 Ltd: 100 shares in total Ged Nixon 20 shares Robert Wilson 20 shares Gordon Ford 40 shares Neil Hogarth 20 shares The latest accounts for LFC up to 30th June 2014 can be viewed here: https://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/document-api-images-prod/docs/fYIGLjDsyooH6JtkO1c4bANBLgFN1LKGKAFlxAkiK20/application-pdf?AWSAccessKeyId=ASIAI6OWBGA3T2WTALVA&Expires=1442834516&Signature=XOeUIMMelm5%2BwAod5FtqbSVZ2vk%3D&x-amz-security-token=AQoDYXdzELr%2F%2F%2F%2F%2F%2F%2F%2F%2F%2FwEa4APZoDawlMEIElKamB03bomihHSPQEyPVA%2BOFReDWYkwj0rso%2FvLbnbL%2Bvvbv%2B%2B%2Bx69yXnHDZuVLEiRhV%2FeEMjFvljKWflc9Kbl07gyM4kGuJ58DyF4ESy3VpU%2FwInApY5OPotncdj2Bl1KF2j3XrUtndk5ca1CH9gvlziUsCHmWDN%2BzwBUciDRk5CEKz2lVnGpYN7dd%2BqE57cJYNXUq%2B5qrLQBFqm3dzCFjrCB4JrOukTCu2cPcy4D8F%2Bead3fUNYVQxkws7HDLC5d6yHPRwVCO0sMSkID%2B1cbz5zrWAfk8P4Sy4Ba%2BXt7WgdmwbTzZKsY3ls%2FXf1WIFR28Iz2Ddq%2Fvky4g9XC56ao4Bu9kQgpGfZypcAm4tObtw7JsfXMR%2FKuKOrZxi4qEvnRz0srsmXGtb57MPEkTGoS6lbPFfjnVHHY3sBkMUpiSCmvPs9VSiBpdcgbfj8m8bFwmEq7N7xUgIsMQDNrs0yZZ2zUkuKr%2FoJ8oqdsiU%2BU5kJ8s5aV7h7JkKhcsg4AyDPkHUur5AHQeZRVyYHBcZzp4A187DsPTXExDCxDKAd4XOeArlAlKVD9dLvlqizuneQnlnGGAkao4%2BTXrrS603PBiJXiSVR82A06XFMdcRbLNhVkl4hUnuekgnv%2F%2BrwU%3D
  6. Livingston V QoS

    Working on my golf handicap is more appealing to me at the moment. Once the winter comes in I'll probably pick and choose some games around Scotland or the north of England to go to. Almondvale is out as I don't think my ban by the "Trust" has ever been lifted
  7. Livingston V QoS

    I agree that much more could be done to let people know the game is on but if anyone is in the area is even slightly interested in football and fancied taking in a game, they would look up the fixtures to see which games are on locally. I used to do it when in England or Ireland and went to quite a few games. I didn't buy a local paper and didn't go near stadiums or shops to see it advertised.
  8. Livingston V QoS

    It's just a possibility. I'm sure there are others that are fed up with the shenanigans in the board room. It was a nice day, most people are back from their holidays so you would expect a few PATG punters but it didn't happen.
  9. Livingston V QoS

    It's always possible that a number of prospective supporters or lapsed supporters with young families don't agree with Livi signing a convicted thug?
  10. Just because it's in the public domain doesn't mean it's stopped being a legal document though?
  11. If customers found out the painter, joiner or brickie working for them was out on bail for a vicious assault, I'm sure quite a few would cancel the job. Like it or not, footballers are looked on as heroes & role models by youngsters and it's not fitting to have someone like that at a football club who are looking for support in the local community. It wasn't like he was in the middle of his contract and it could be argued then that he had to be paid anyway but they gave him a new contract knowing there's a good chance he will be sent down after the appeal. Looks like Grant has shown the new board also have forked tongues.
  12. Exactly. And it's not a huge leap to take to see how this could also affect season ticket sales too. If a major sponsor finds it distasteful, how do families with young children feel about a club trying to appeal to the community for support when employing convicted thugs and drug dealers?
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