They do talk, in the media, of those who find a good day to bury bad news.
It seems the SFA have been listening….
The implications of such a referral are not outlined, only mentioned, and one can only guess at what they would be, but can be assured they wouldn’t be good for the SFA.
The SFA now considers the matter closed, but journalists throughout Scotland will be salivating at the thought of attacking one governing body in the way they attacked the other.
Although the venom directed at the SPFL was based on wild allegations that weren’t backed up with any evidence, for the disappointed hacks this must be a dream come true.
All the evidence is out there, and has been collated into an easy to access and easy to read website, with timelines, events and allegations all backed with facts, dates and everything a good investigative journalist could ever want.
All they need to do is click on the link, or google Res 12.
Couldn’t be simpler…there’s days of copy there, and hundreds of questions they can ask and at the end of it, they could be instrumental in bringing about real change in Scottish football for the good of the game.
Look out…here they come….
I knew they wouldn’t be able to resist the challenge.
Reaction to the news from the mainstream media was swift…Tom englsih, who led the crusade against the SPFL stormed into action…