Topic Originator: Rastapari
Date: Sun 4 Nov 18:22
Angus_W, Sun 4 Nov 18:04
The Jimmy Saville comparison one is a poor one. That's a criminal case and people's lives were damaged.
I agree that the truth is important but in this case I don't think we will ever fully know it. The deed is done and the culprits are long gone. Does this really benefits the current BoD, club & fans dragging all this up...and to what end?
The best we are going to get is some moral victory, at what cost?
We probably were being short changed by certain players, but let's not forget during the Calderwood/Yorkston/Masterton era we were paying a fortune in wages and running up massive debts. Correct me if I'm wrong but I can't remember any protest marches along HR or threads on .net protesting about the financial state of affairs.
Collectively we were all ignoring the financial plight and enjoying the ride. We are football supporters not business men but deep down we all knew it was a runaway train that was going to come of the tracks one day.
The club is now stable and were are run by good honest people (I hope!).
I'd rather look forward.
Quite simply...this a Pars forum...were talking about Pars history...a history that some wanted to be swept under the carpet.
Imo these chancers should have their day in the sun....all eyes on them.
My Mum brought the subject up at a meet the manager night and one of those cheating hoors was in attendance...stared at the floor the entire time...a coward.
Now I think these things bear being brought up...especially in the context of some people wanting one of these snakes back in the club...a club they don't even deserve to be associated with.
I get what you're saying and agree to a point but with this lot and the extent they went to to undermine our club...they're worth the mention imo.
So let's talk about history...in the hope it helps not repeat.
I Hope You're Ok Today....