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  1. Can only imagine that there will be a few P&Bers unhappy that you now have to pay for a TV license even when watching catch up on other devices. I still say that the BBC is great value for money (but less so these days) http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-37226030
  2. It looks like the SFA have sneaked out their 2017 Club Licensing status document on a Friday evening. All Premiership clubs have been granted a European license other than ICT. I'm not sure why ICT missed out since they have a better set of ratings than Dundee, who were awarded a license. Not that it matters since ICT will be joining us in the Championship next season. What's more interesting is that Rangers have had their 'Legal/Admin/Finance & Codes' rated as silver, better than, say, Hearts. This requirements for a silver rating includes the following 'The auditor’s report in respect of the annual financial statements shall not include an adverse or disclaimer of opinion'. Didn't the auditors' report in Rangers 2016 accounts include an 'emphasis of matter - going concern' regarding the need to raise further funding? What is that if it's not an 'adverse opinion'? Does this awarding of a European license mean that Rangers are into the Europa League?
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