Allardyce Tip of a Sport Corruption Iceberg ???

Allardyce Tip of a Sport Corruption Iceberg ???


Perhaps Sports Stars legally taking Prescription Medication should have their own category in the Paralympics and are Betting Scams used for Money Laundering to fund Organised Crime, perhaps likewise the UK National Lottery ?

It first crossed my mind afterwatching the Press Conference for ( £33 Million & its not important which particular one ), I don’t do it myself as I hold to the view of Annette Crosby, who once said it was a TAX on the Daft !

Anyway, perhaps its highly suspicious that the Hawick Oink guy who won it worked for a Housing Association & is also an alleged carer for disabled people.  The plot thickens when it turns out that his wife works at a Chemists  and were they involved in killing to Corporate order ?

If it turns out that they were or still are key players in the organisations involved with the ( Closed by Beechin ) Waverly Line Borders Rail project and perhaps they could soon be laughing on the other side of their faces in Barlinie Jail.  I wasn’t fully paying attention but perhaps by pure coincidence the winning numbers 26 27 BRCW Type2 ended their days in Scotland, and the original Glasgow Queens Street to Edinburgh Push Pull trains had a 27 at each end. One of the 47/7 used to replace the 27s was named Lady Diana Spencer, whilst the other numbers were also BR diesel locomotive classes.

If it turns out that they were or still are key players in the organisations involved with the ( Closed by Beechin ) Waverly Line Borders Rail project they could soon be laughing on the other side of their faces in Barlinie Jail like Megrahi.

A popular chant from the terraces in the 1970s when kids could stand in the Stretford End at Old Trafford for 30p was ” My eyes are dim I cannot see I think I’ll be a referee ” although it was advisable to pay 60p for a seat for 60k capacity ties like Leeds !

If you were at the front you could come home and that night spot yourself and friends in the crowd on Match of the Day that night, but it would appear that today’s cameras just don’t have the depth