Celtic Diary Monday July 8: Resolution 12: This Is The Important Bit

Celtic Diary Monday July 8: Resolution 12: This Is The Important Bit

After several years of stonewalling, and kicking the can so far up the road as to gain admiring glances from Dave King, it’s time to force the board to do something about the institutional cheating that took place when Rangers were granted a licence to play in the Champions League.

It’s not gone away, you know.

In fact, it’s undergoing a catharsis.

And it’s perfectly simple. A new resolution is being drafted, and this time everyone who is a shareholder is being asked to add their name to it.

 A list of original shareholders supporting Resolution 12 to 2013 Celtic AGM is being updated/extended.

 

Would any shareholders with an interest in the matter who have not already contacted  Auldheid recently,  please e mail him at auldheid046@gmail.com “

 This is our “what did you do in the war, daddy ? ” moment.

If we give up, and accept that our board doesn’t give a toss about sporting integrity, then we have no right to criticise them over anything-new kits, new players, naming the stadium after some multi national…nothing.

The basic premise of sport is that it takes place on a level playing field. The events at the start of this decade prove that in Scotland, it clearly isn’t.

Apart from seeing that justice is done about thise events, unless we see that it is, there is every chance that it will happen again.

It’s perfectly obvious that the whole set up in Scotland is designed to have the two big Glasgow clubs at the peak of their powers. No matter what it takes.

It’s perfectly obvious that one of those powers is quite capable of looking after itself.

It’s also perfectly obvious that the other one, or two, to be technically correct, isn’t.

The SFA have colluded in a masive fraud perpetrated against you and me, the taxpayer.

Against you and me, the paying customer.

We have long sought the support of other clubs in trying to cleanse the stench that surrounds Hampden Park, and whilst its not been forthcoming, their support would, in the right circumstances, force their hand.

We need to lead the way in forcing the hand of our own club, because perhaps more than anything, when Lawwell pointed out to us that he needed a “smoking gun “, it would not be amiss to say that when it was given to him, he promptly put it somewhere safe, where it could do no further damage.

The point is, that particular gun would do no damage at all, in fact, it would clean up this town, more effectively than if Clint Eastwood took a hold of it and  rode up the steps of Hampden wearing a poncho.

This new Resolution needs you signature, as a shareholder, to help show those in their ivory towers that its still our game, and we still want it to be run properly.

In case you missed it the first time…

 A list of original shareholders supporting Resolution 12 to 2013 Celtic AGM is being updated/extended.

 Would any shareholders with an interest in the matter who have not already contacted  Auldheid recently,  please e mail him at auldheid046@gmail.com “ 

You see, all the excitement about tomorrows champions League game, all the speculation about a right back doesn;t matter if we continue to pay into a rigged game.

 And thats why this is the only matter to be mentioned in todays diary, because when it boils down to it, it’s the only thing that really does matter.