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Nobody, nowhere, nohow, however hard they tried to, could possibly out-Vlad Vlad!!

He could ask Dundee Barry to write his statement. That would at least be on a par. :rolleyes:

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You do realise that we've had to put up with them for years and years and years?

I do, and I can appreciate why you'll be desperate to get rid of them but what have we done to deserve them? Out of business no newco; how good would that be and welcome Spartans/Gala Fairydean.....

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Dundee United tonight met with Supporters' groups to discuss the newco situation prior to the all club vote on the proposal to transfer Rangers share on 4th July.

Following what was a robust and constructive meeting, the Club's position on how we will vote was substantiated by the viewpoint of the various supporters groups. The meeting finished with all in agreement as to what the correct course of action would be.

The Board of Directors of Dundee United are unequivocal in the belief that a form of sporting punishment must form part of the reasoning behind any decision made and, therefore, cannot vote the newco into the SPL. General sporting integrity and, more importantly, the integrity of Scottish football must also play a significant part in the decision making process. It is our belief that any form of sporting punishment must be unambiguous in the message it displays.

The financial well being of the Club, both in the short and long term, must also be at the forefront of our thoughts. We would encourage our supporters to purchase season ticket books as a show of support to our Club. The Board of Directors will act in the best interest of Dundee United and our supporters and Scottish football on this matter. The financial consequences of not showing this support for our Club are extremely serious.

Edited by Enrico Annoni

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No to what?.

Rangers haven't approached them with any offer, due to the fact they have nothing to offer. Bury are only replying in the hypothetical tense.

I posted some comments from Bury chairman Brian Fenton a couple of pages back, at the time that was posted the article was 3hrs old, I take it you didn't read it?.

No mate, any offer. Made, implied, anything.

Their chairman said no.

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Dundee United tonight met with Supporters' groups to discuss the newco situation prior to the all club vote on the proposal to transfer Rangers share on 4th July.

Following what was a robust and constructive meeting, the Club's position on how we will vote was substantiated by the viewpoint of the various supporters groups. The meeting finished with all in agreement as to what the correct course of action would be.

The Board of Directors of Dundee United are unequivocal in the belief that a form of sporting punishment must form part of the reasoning behind any decision made and, therefore, cannot vote the newco into the SPL. General sporting integrity and, more importantly, the integrity of Scottish football must also play a significant part in the decision making process. It is our belief that any form of sporting punishment must be unambiguous in the message it displays.

The financial well being of the Club, both in the short and long term, must also be at the forefront of our thoughts. We would encourage our supporters to purchase season ticket books as a show of support to our Club. The Board of Directors will act in the best interest of Dundee United and our supporters and Scottish football on this matter. The financial consequences of not showing this support for our Club are extremely serious.

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Official DUFC Statement

"Dundee United tonight met with Supporters' groups to discuss the newco situation prior to the all club vote on the proposal to transfer Rangers share on 4th July.

Following what was a robust and constructive meeting, the Club's position on how we will vote was substantiated by the viewpoint of the various supporters groups. The meeting finished with all in agreement as to what the correct course of action would be.

The Board of Directors of Dundee United are unequivocal in the belief that a form of sporting punishment must form part of the reasoning behind any decision made and, therefore, cannot vote the newco into the SPL. General sporting integrity and, more importantly, the integrity of Scottish football must also play a significant part in the decision making process. It is our belief that any form of sporting punishment must be unambiguous in the message it displays.

The financial well being of the Club, both in the short and long term, must also be at the forefront of our thoughts. We would encourage our supporters to purchase season ticket books as a show of support to our Club. The Board of Directors will act in the best interest of Dundee United and our supporters and Scottish football on this matter. The financial consequences of not showing this support for our Club are extremely serious."

Edited by ShedruleFTD83

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The Board of Directors of Dundee United are unequivocal in the belief that a form of sporting punishment must form part of the reasoning behind any decision made and, therefore, cannot vote the newco into the SPL. General sporting integrity and, more importantly, the integrity of Scottish football must also play a significant part in the decision making process. It is our belief that any form of sporting punishment must be unambiguous in the message it displays.

Couldn't have hoped for anything better, well done Utd.

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Great news that Dundee Utd are saying no to the newco. My respect for them has just increased by a lot now. Well done to them!

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I am all for going back to the 1980s and footballers earning £60 a week!!

Correct. None of this £75 a week nonsense that Saints fork out nowadays.

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So that's Hibs, United and Hearts confirmed as no with Motherwell effectively sure to follow.

Inverness hinting towards no too while Celtic and Aberdeen will probably come down on that side shortly.

It's effectively done...once it becomes clear five will vote no, the scramble to join the bandwagon will be incredible.

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What a lot of shite.

:lol:

Is it really as far fetched as it sounds, hypothetically speaking, on what grounds could the FA stop Carlisle relocating to Gretna.

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