Celtic effectively played their ‘B’ team last night and scored five without reply. My tip for the runners-up spot to Celtic, Hibs, did likewise against Ayr United. I revealed exclusively on Twitter that Patrick Roberts will sign on for another loan period at Celtic. My source has a link to the CFC dressing room and access to a football agent. As he has proven to be reliable in the past I have no reason to doubt him.
However when it comes to what I have decided to call Pargate, sorting the wheat from the chaff is no easy task. In the 1960s Dunfermline reached the semi-finals of the European Cup Winners Cup. They were a force to be reckoned with. When one fast forwards forty years, to 25th May 2003, when the Rangers EBT juggernaut prevailed by one goal to win the title, they were a shadow of the proud team that took the field with honour in the 1960s.
I have revisited the highlights of this game. One can find a package on YouTube presented by Derek Johnstone. Derek is not exactly ‘slimmer of the year’ on this tape, but his days of being carted around the Radio Clyde studio in a makeshift wheel barrow are ahead of him. The stairlift is his faithful friend. No-one could ever accuse BFDJ of the same. Two children from affairs while a married father of four suggests that he is an accomplished liar and a serial adulterer. He is also not averse to driving while intoxicated. As a Real Rangers Man he won’t lack company and is probably shacked up with a former beauty queen who is now as old as cheese. BFDJ enjoys a quart of port with his cheese.
When one revisits this tape it’s evident that no-one in Dunfermline colours is prepared to make a tackle. They shadow the Rangers players without impeding their progress. On the one occasion a tackle is made they concede a penalty. The penalty was converted to win the title for the EBT juggernaut.
Dunfermline’s chairman has now released a statement which at best is disingenuous; at worst it’s downright duplicitous. He made a less than veiled reference to this site. Keith Jackson has jumped on the bandwagon to contain the narrative for Level 5. A cold dispassionate appraisal of the facts, the known knowns, is called for.
‘Sir’ David Murray is a crook. He is bent. A ‘wrong un.’ Readers of this site know that he acquired Lawerence Marlborough’s equity in Rangers with a one million dollar bribe; in addition to the six million pounds registered purchase price. Both the bribe and the official purchase price were loaned to SDM by Gavin Masterton at The Bank of Scotland.
Readers of this site will also know that David Murray arranged for lifelong Rangers fan, Jimmy Calderwood, to take over as team coach of Dunfermline using his influence with Gavin Masterton. This was revealed by Calderwood to Stuart Cosgrove on the latter’s satirical radio show. Calderwood also revealed that ‘they’ (Murray, Masterton & Calderwood) controlled Dundee.
David Murray therefore had de facto control of three football clubs. If Murray was an honest man, this authority would not have been abused. However we know that Murray is prepared to lie, cheat and steal from the exchequer while running a coach and horses through Scottish football regulations.
When one reverts to CQN, the Pars chairman’s statement about the timing of these revelations does not ring true. CQN first went to print on this matter one week ago. Keith Jackson, who is always one week late, may have just woken up to the developing story, but it was not timed to in any way derail tonight’s bare nipple bared knee extravaganza in the Argyll Suite. Nor to in any way upset the travelling Pars fans who have been unkindly described as ‘Huns without the bus fare.’ One of the three groups who are actively conspiring to assassinate your humble correspondent are denizens of The Kingdom of Fife. One can but hope that they follow the bum steers of The Lawman who has not got a fucking clue about me. He has his knickers in a bunch since I banned him from this site. He is making things up as he goes along to those too gullible to question him. Good luck with that Gullibillies.
Back on planet Earth, we find that CQN have handed copious amounts of incriminating documents to the SFA’s Compliance Officer, Tony McGlennan. Paul Brennan is not engaging in click bait. This narrative is nuclear.
Getting back to the known knowns, would it be fair to conclude that Jimmy Calderwood, who cannot currently buy a coach’s position in football at home or abroad, owed a debt of gratitude to David Murray? Would this debt have been brought into sharper relief with the offer of managing Rangers? Would Calderwood have been tempted to lie down to Rangers as he did in September of season 2002/2003 when his team lost 6-0?
If the fix was in as many suspect, a number of players would have to be bought. The Pars players were in a jubilant mood after being trounced 6-1 in the Ibrox showdown. Champagne had been supplied in the team bath to toast their heroes and to launch into a lusty chorus of The Billy Boys. It was a win-win for Calderwood and his charges.
The SFA solicitor Tony McGlennan already has egg on his face. He was humiliated when hand ball cheat Josh Meekings was allowed to participate in the Scottish Cup final. ICT disproved the adage that cheats don’t win. McGlennan will be loath to intervene unless the evidence is compelling.
The difficulty in establishing the facts is exacerbated by CQN playing cat and mouse on Twitter. Dingwall Fandango’s ‘Follow Follow’ alleged that Mr. Brennan tweeted that Calderwood had an EBT in 2002/2003, prior to hastily removing this tweet.
If the players were in on this, their palms would have also been greased. What happened when Dunfermline went bust is a squirrel. With the greatest respect to Pars fans few of us give the square root of fuck all about Masterton’s ill-starred misadventure. We have long known that he is a bent as his old china David Murray.
CQN are sitting on an ICBM. They are not sabre rattling about Guam. Their target is the sixth floor at Hampden. The fallout will be devastating.