13 Apr 2012 17:46:45
The new SKY/ESPN deal due to start next season is worth £80million over 4 seasons.
Hopefully they'll soon get the opportunity to do it!
The Directors of the clubs other than Celtic or Rangers have already disagreed with you. Why are they asking for more if what they are getting now is enough?
So why are Dunfermline and Dundee Utd so bothered about debts owed to them of under a £100,00? A million a year is EVERYTHING to probably 80% of the remaining clubs outside the Old Fim....stop being so arrogant, not only are you not intending paying your creditors but are now dismissing TV revenue streams, learn a bit about humility and accept what is going at RFC is totally unacceptable!! From a Celtic fan who has the greatest sympathy for the good supporters who support THEIR team in the way I support mine and for the staff who are working day after day on what must seem like the Titanic at times....and has the up most respect for Ally McCoist who has been an outstanding ambassador for Rangers through this whole sorry state.....But has no time for business men who steal and plunder for personal gain and social status and for people like yourself who think everybody else is to blame...start looking in!
Ok then so st mirren can go without a mill a year an still survive ? Waken up mate
Thats over a million each, to clubs like Kilmarnock etc that is alot of money, can mean the difference between breaking even every year or losing £1 million every year. Celtic would be in the red this year if it wasnt for that tv money! I think that alot of clubs would struggle to cut costs of that money and would lead to certain job losses on all levels across the SPL
Lol, tell that to the other 10 teams its just a wee bit extra, ah'd imagine 1m a year wouldn't be far away from covering all the wages of these teams. yeh ur rite it will be ok :)
The Sky money pays for newsagents, ambulance services and face painters, but its not that big a deal if you are are solvent.
The fifers couldnt pay the players wages coz of 50,000 not paid so think ur talking thru a hole in ur bum
Most people have not thought this through, its alll to do with the knock on effect, no sky deal or a greatly reduced sky deal means less money, if advertisters can get their ptoduct shown on tv or t a reduced viewing audience then they will pay less money to advertise with SPL clubs, so their is reduced revenue from shirt sponserships, reduced revenue from branding on shirts ie, nike, addias ect. then there will be reduced revenue from pitch side advertising boards. that is alot of money to be lost. Then if their is a sky deal, people in scotland may watch some of the spl football, but i can guarantee you that the rest f the UK will lose intrest (they mostly want to see rangers or celtic play) lets face it joe blogs in london or manchester is not going to sit down and watch st mirren vs dundee utd. Then there is the overseas tv contracts, cant see too many countires siging up to watch killie vs aberdeen.
Solvent? think it sounds like solvent abuse you're indulging in. There are very few clubs Rangers & Celtic included that can afford to walk away from a million quid or thereabouts a year. however if you reckon that Ross county & Dunfermline will bring the number of travelling fans to your grounds that Rangers go ahead. if we're liquidated we'll start in the third divison and give the clubs down there a turn. then when we get trough the leagues we'll see how many of the SPL are left after losing more than a million+ a season for a minimum of 3 years. there will be a lot of clubs going down the same route as ourselves cos the banks wont want to wait for their money and none of you have stadiums which are listed buildings. Good luck Mr johnston & mr thompson explaining to the bank why you voted against a income stream of this amount. it might mean that denizens of dundee & kilmarnock will see substiantial opprtunities to purchase properties on the site where the Gers have clinched titles. in dundee they could name the new street Laudrup terrace and in kilmarnock they could call it Lafferty road
The TV money for the SPL is paid depending on where each team finishes top gets 2.2m second 1.7m, third 900k, etc,...
Ok,for example, one club stays within its budget/means but by doing so gets relegated while another overspends,doesnot pay its running costs/bills and therefore goes insolvent however it stays in the top league with a few points deducted as a nominal punishment for doing so. Result, Scottish football becomes a complete laughing stock worldwide.
Ok. even if this fevered rangers imagination remotely resembles the truth, (and what does about rangers now ?) the clubs wont lose all their tv money. there will also be a 'non-rangers dividend' (copyright, lol). that means that policing costs will fall. more home fans will attend matches. (many fans, especially family groups, avoid games when rangers come). gates in general could rise as teams realise they could get european places. rangers fans will support other teams. (they will ,in disgust, believe me. ive seen 'em throw their scarves away after surprise defeats. you have too). overall i think it's worth a go. chuck em out. lol.
Sky without rangers will still exist spl without rangers easily still exist.Rangers without dodgy refs and unpaid for players 3rd div for tax theives
One thing that seems to be forgotten is the current votein structure is 11-1 lets say rangers liquidate would that then mean it would be 10-1 if so the rest of the spl if there clever could force through financial changes before a new co rangers are voted back in meaning less money for Celtic so Celtic need rangers n vice versa especially for voting against anything that could damage the old firm
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