I would have thought the BBC programme provided enough evidence
to be going on with.
A few other observations on the EBTs.
Will Dodds, McCann & McLeish say anything about it next time they give us their 'unbiased' opinions on Rangers?
Will Mr Ogilvie be clearing his desk at Hampden in the morning as he should be?
We now have substantive proof that Craig Whyte actually paid more into Rangers than David Murray - a whole £1 more - and - so far - took out less.
Souness? Received his EBT ten years after leaving Rangers employment and a few weeks before buying a player from them. Is EBT a new-fangled acronym for bung?
The result of the big tax case is not quite as relevant as it once might have been. Even if it rules that Rangers EBTs were perfectly legal and above board, the question as far as the football authorities are concerned is whether Rangers broke the rules by issuing dual contracts or hidden payments. Time for Mr Doncaster to get his arse into gear or get on his bike.
Time for Michael Johnston to STFU or at least start talking about his own team and what's needed to bring back genuine fans.
On Dumb & Dumber.
Surprised at the furore over this when everyone knew from day one they were Whyte's preferred appointees and that David Grier had been involved in Craigy's takeover. The only new evidence here was Grier's prior knowledge of the Ticketus deal and that certainly complicates things. When their case against Collyer & Bristow eventually (if ever) gets to court, the first witness for the defence will be one of their colleagues.
They say they will take legal action against the BBC. Whyte said the same about the earlier programme. Don't hold your breath.
The two empty chairs was a TV classic.
Well done to Mark Daly and BBC Scotland also to the ever-persistent Rangerstaxcase
which, ironically on the same night as the BBC programme, won the prestigious Orwell Prize
for best blog.