Continuing one of our favorite weekly rituals, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead has released a new live video, the 77th entry in their, “Rad Tracks Thursday” series. This week, the band has offered up their performance of “I Know You Rider” from their Brooklyn Bowl show on March 26th of this year, the final night of a sold out three-night stand.You can stream the 10-camera, pro-shot video produced by Foggy Notions Productions below:This week, the band also offered up a free download of their weekly video. But don’t delay–the download link will expire on November 16th.You can catch Joe Russo’s Almost Dead this weekend in southern California, at House of Blues San Diego tomorrow (11/11) and Oakland’s Fox Theater on Saturday (11/12).
Promoted ContentBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table Top9 Iconic Roles That Got Rejected By World Famous ActorsThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?A Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic Bombs5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By Odeith5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks8 Most Interesting Sylvester Stallone Movies7 Mind-Boggling Facts About Black HolesCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way Loading… It is understood that, according to rules over licensing breaches as they stood in 2018, Rangers would only be liable for a five-figure fine if CAS found against them. In contrast, legal costs could run to several hundred thousand pounds and the SFA has put aside one of the longest-running contentious issues in the Scottish game between supporters of Glasgow big two. During a seven-year campaign by the online Celtic support community, their regular agm demands for their club to push the issue more forcefully became known as Resolution 12 – a reference to the number given to the resolution when first brought forward at a Celtic agm. The notice of complaint was raised against the Ibrox club in 2018 over their alleged failure to disclose a £4 million tax liability that would have resulted in them failing to meet the European governing body’s licensing criteria for the following season. That would have prevented them being named as Scotland representatives for the Champions League qualifying phase the following season, and put Celtic in position to take their place. The SFA compliance officer’s issue of the notice of complaint in 2018 resulted in a judicial panel being convened. However, this panel concluded that jurisdiction on this matter lay with CAS. It did so as a result of legal representation made by Rangers, which stated the matter had to be settled by CAS as a consequence of the five-way-agreement signed in 2012 between the SFA, SPL, SFL and Rangers following the Ibrox club’s liquidation, which allowed them to enter Scotland’s lowest senior tier in 2012. The statement from the SFA read: “A Judicial Panel convened to consider a Notice of Complaint raised against Rangers FC in 2018 in relation to alleged new evidence regarding representations received prior to the awarding of a European licence for season 2011/12 – determined at a preliminary hearing that it did not have jurisdiction t–o determine the matter. Instead, it concluded that jurisdiction lay with the Court of Arbitration for Sport. read also:Man accused of injuring Rangers star Jermain Defoe in crash “Following consideration of the implications of such a referral, including legal opinion, it was the board’s unanimous position that this matter should not be referred to CAS. The Scottish FA now considers the matter to be closed.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Scottish Football Association has announced it will not refer a notice of complaint against Rangers over the club’s 2011-12 Uefa licence to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
Share StumbleUpon Submit UKGC launches fourth National Lottery licence competition August 28, 2020 UKGC hails ‘delivered efficiencies’ of its revamped licence maintenance service August 20, 2020 Share Winning Post: Swedish regulator pushes back on ‘Storebror’ approach to deposit limits August 24, 2020 Related Articles West Suffolk MP, Matt Hancock has been promoted to Secretary of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) following yesterday’s Conservative government cabinet reshuffle.Hancock (39), has served DCMS as Minister of Digital & Culture since 2016 and will replace Karen Bradley as leader of the department overseeing UK media and culture; standards, promotions, regulatory policies and social practices.In its remit, DCMS oversees the implementation of gambling laws regulated by the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC).The appointment of Hancock as DCMS leader should be viewed positively by industry leaders. Hancock has been a staunch supporter of UK racing in Parliamentary debates as a Junior Minister.Furthermore, the MP has been a key policy stakeholder in 2017’s reform of the Horseracing Racing Betting Levy, reducing a number of administrative costs for the sport.Hancock takes leadership of DCMS, at a critical point for the UK gambling industry, which currently awaits the final judgement of its delayed triennial review on FOBTs machine wagering levels and sector-wide advertising standards.Industry governance is in-acceptance, that the UK government will reduce the current £100 (per 20 seconds) max-bet level on machine betting, but wish to avoid the ‘nightmare scenario’ of a reduction to under £20.Following a 2017 marred by industry high coverage social responsibility failures, sector commentators expect tougher marketing policies and standards to be introduced on UK gambling operators, in what has become a politicised debate.As DCMS leader, Hancock will continue to be supported by Tracey Crouch as Sports & Civil Society Minister, overseeing development and funding for UK sports.