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Project Brave

Post by rusty_nail » Wednesday 15th 2017f November 2017 01:03:47 PM

The clubs have been announced and where they lie in the grand scheme.

Forth Valley is in the middle-tier:
Malky Mackay wrote:The 'Progressive' category was designed to ensure 'smaller' but ambitious clubs with academies could find their natural place in
the system, with scope to push on.
Contemplating the future of One F in Falkirk

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Re: Project Brave

Post by Dade » Wednesday 15th 2017f November 2017 01:58:27 PM

If someone can explain what it means then it would be greatly appreciated but get the strong feeling, as with a lot of Scottish footballing ventures, that it's a load of bollocks.

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Re: Project Brave

Post by Dade » Sunday 21st 2018f January 2018 01:59:34 PM

Next part of project Brave looks set to go underway next season. I’m so much against this idea. Pandering to Rangers and Celtic as per usual allowing them to increase their hold on Scottish football and to hell with the rest of us.

https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/sport/foo ... SD28SsCmSt

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Re: Project Brave

Post by Kiddy » Sunday 21st 2018f January 2018 04:50:32 PM

That's NOT project bravo. That's c**t teams, & precursor to these two teams vacating the SPFL, should that chance ever appear, leaving a presence to hoover the cash that would remain.
Why aren't all the other "elite" systems being asked?
No financial regulation, no corporate governance, no enlarged divisions, no summer football, no single ruling body, no new cash, no integrity. Behold the 'bright new dawn' for Scottish football,

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Re: Project Brave

Post by Dade » Sunday 21st 2018f January 2018 05:21:05 PM

Kiddy wrote:
Sunday 21st 2018f January 2018 04:50:32 PM
That's NOT project bravo. That's c**t teams, & precursor to these two teams vacating the SPFL, should that chance ever appear, leaving a presence to hoover the cash that would remain.
Why aren't all the other "elite" systems being asked?
Yeh just as allowing them to play in the Challenge Cup was a precursor for this move.

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Post by Kiddy » Sunday 21st 2018f January 2018 05:42:13 PM

Watch the Challenge Cup getting ditched, if this is allowed to happen.
They would have achieved their aim & be good to go at the earliest opportunity.
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Re: Project Brave

Post by Dade » Thursday 25th 2018f January 2018 01:44:38 PM

This is an interesting article from another perspective about the closure of the FV academy.

Says that the income outweighs the expenditure but without giving any figures.

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/alternat ... nney-jamie

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