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Might Celtic Be About To Get Justice At Last On The Matter Of Resolution 12?

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I won’t be surprised if this is the last we hear about this matter, and in the meantime the Resolution 12 guys are angry with Celtic for not appearing to push this matter as hard as they could.

Now, it has to be pointed out that Maxwell has given no guarantees here, and that he now has a new boss at the SFA who may not be entirely inclined towards giving Celtic the answers it seeks and the justice that it wants, but many who thought this matter was dead may well have to reconsider that.

The Celtic shareholders who raised this matter with the club – Resolution 12 – did so on the grounds that this decision had negatively impacted on the share price, cost the club millions and affected their dividends.



That’s the one real positive that might have come out of Maxwell’s comments yesterday; there is a window open here for Celtic, if Celtic wants to go for it.

He seemed to hint that the governing body’s discipline case against Rangers over their 2011 license is still “current” and rolling towards a conclusion.

That decision cost Celtic the place in the Champions League that should rightly have been ours under licensing rules.

An interesting little story rests in this morning’s papers, brought on by a comment Ian Maxwell, the SFA CEO, made yesterday.
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