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  1. This is not intended as an opinion on what the trust should or should not do. I post this purely for information and because Peter has stated that he stands willing to be corrected. This snippet is from the clubs articles of association. As at the last return, there are 4,902,379 ordinary shares issued. Supporters Trust have 13,658 shares, of which 108 have enhanced rights....leaving 13,550 "ordinary" rights. The enhanced shares are, in todays terms, equal to 490,237 shares....and we then add the 13,550....total 503,787 As per the company articles 900,003 of the ordinary shares carry no voting right, so issued shares with voting powers total 4,002,376 and this gives the trust a voting right of approx 12.6% in real terms This is the second largest single entity voting right which exists within the club right now and far surpasses the total voting right of all current directors combined. The largest shareholding/voting right sits with the ICT Trust (a different entity to the supporters trust). The company articles state no need for club directors to stand down and/or be reelected by rotation. They have the power to appoint new directors and are, at present, entirely self appointed with no elected members on the board. A shareholder resolution can be raised by giving sufficient notice ahead of any general meeting for the election of a board member. The Supporters Trust could do that now if they so desired. The current board do not hold anything like sufficient shares between them to stop that resolution and would need support from others to do so...if they so wished.
  2. For sale on Facebook Marketplace. Nick Ross & Tarmo Kink Scottish Cup Final shirts. https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/484063712724522/ https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/3071766226387124/
  3. Getting a company car. If I don't get the asking price (or very near) then I'll keep it and put it on retention until I have my own car again at some point in future.
  4. Flag is up for sale at £1000....ovno. Email me on [email protected] if interested. Also, if anyone interested in car number plate CA13Y TH, selling it for £1500....ovno.
  5. And that those with good intentions don't add to the problem by stripping the shelves even faster 👍
  6. No relegation and promote all teams currently sitting in promotion/play-off positions....added benefit of giving us a 16 team top league going forward 👍
  7. TV companies don't have the resources to televise every game, nor do they have space on schedules, nor will they want to subject staff to additional unnecessary travel.
  8. I personally don't give a toss about the football as people's lives are more important.
  9. I reckon it's four easy 3-0 wins for us...so 12 points without any trouble.
  10. I know, but under most previous managers (including Robbo previously) the club played closed door games against HL/lower league teams most weeks if we didn't have a midweek fixture. The practice only really came to an end when the reserve leagues etc started.
  11. I've been doing the 3-0 win thing from day one of Caley Thistle....whether we were playing Strathspey or Celtic. It'sa bit of fun. No need for anyone to be getting their knickers in a twist over it 😂
  12. When did people start perceiving that playing twice a week was some kind of negative? Back in the early years when the fixture calendar was less congested we'd be playing friendlies against teams in order to get extra game time as it was beneficial...Robbo has also said himself recently that it's not a problem...so it's no excuse. Also, dropping points against teams below us the way we have has been happening all season, even when we've not had as many fixtures, so 🤷‍♂️
  13. Sixt who often operate through local operators in smaller locations. Focus Vehicle Rental used to (not sure if they still do) be the local "partner" for Sixt and provided all the vehicles for their bookings in the area. Not sure if a local operator would be able to adjust a booking even if you could track them down (as their contract is with Sixt and not you), so you may have no option other than go through the central number to get things sorted.
  14. I was going to put "Easy 0-5 Away Win" but was trying not to get people's hopes up.
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