It would appear that the bad news just keeps coming for Sevco.
I understand that the Admirable Warburton now knows the situation apropos the January transfer window.
Wage neutral, no transfer fees and no signing on fees.
My understanding is that if he sells a player, or rather a player is sold by the Sevco High Command, then any monies brought in might be given to him.
However, that will be at the Board’s discretion, and he has been told that.
There might be a couple of loan deals coming in.
Of course, these temporary acquisitions will be hailed by the stenographers as world class captures.
For the avoidance of doubt, The People will believe it all.
They always do if the messenger sends out the appropriate dignity signals.
It is beyond debate that the Sevco High Command desperately need Resolution 11 to be passed.
I have been told this by several knowledge folks including Rugger Guy.
Now, it would have been remiss of the chaps in the Blue Room not to have made sure that their ducks were in a row on this one.
My understanding is that they thought the Easdale block would NOT vote on Resolution 11.
In fact, it now appears that the Sevco High Command’s entire strategy was based on the Easdales Doing Walking Away on Resolution 11.
Today the Daily Radar is running with a story that Resolution 11 has fallen, and it was, in fact, Super Salary who did the Walking Away.
I hope that isn’t true as The People do love Mr McCoist.
To read the comments about him on Follow Follow today made me rather sad.
The only good news on the horizon for The People at the moment is that Sevco does not play Celtic until the end of the year.
I’m sure Brendan Rodgers and his Bhoys are trembling at the prospect.
For those of ye who prefer your schadenfreude Ibrox flavoured these are great days.