Turnbull Hutton on League Recon and Rangers Demise

This is an audio broadcast released by Raith Rovers FC where Chairman Turnbull Hutton Speaks at a Raith Rovers open meeting about League reconstruction and the demise of Rangers FC.
I think all fans of Scottish Football will enjoy listening to what he has to say as it gives an insight into last years shambolic rush to secure an SPL place for the now deceased RFC.
http://www.raithrovers.info/2013/02/open_meeting.mp3

Comments

  1. Thanks for putting that up. It was very interesting, enlightening and as you say every one with a general interest in the state of football in Scotland and the things that happened last year would benefit from giving this a listen.

    1. I think it’s only right that we hear from a Chairman of a smaller club. League reconstruction will never have any real impact on Celtic and some of the larger SPL sides. Thanks for your comment #HH

  2. Thanks for putting that up. It was very interesting, enlightening and as you say every one with a general interest in the state of football in Scotland and the things that happened last year would benefit from giving this a listen.

    1. I think it’s only right that we hear from a Chairman of a smaller club. League reconstruction will never have any real impact on Celtic and some of the larger SPL sides. Thanks for your comment #HH

  3. Like TOBB, my thanks JasCam. If only guys like that were running the game. Right from the outset he came across as genuine and committed to being up front and open. Some of what he tells us stinks of manipulation and intrigue and I am sure he feels the same. However, he is realistic and honest enough to admit to his support that he has little choice but to accept what is on the table. If only other clubs informed the support in the same way. His bit on The Who at Ibrox was interesting. How can you have sympathy with an outfit that is so arrogant and destructive?
    H H

  4. Like TOBB, my thanks JasCam. If only guys like that were running the game. Right from the outset he came across as genuine and committed to being up front and open. Some of what he tells us stinks of manipulation and intrigue and I am sure he feels the same. However, he is realistic and honest enough to admit to his support that he has little choice but to accept what is on the table. If only other clubs informed the support in the same way. His bit on The Who at Ibrox was interesting. How can you have sympathy with an outfit that is so arrogant and destructive?
    H H

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