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The Smisa Director on the St Mirren board has  a legal duty to put the club's interest first and Smisa and supporters second.  This is not what the members envisaged surley . This is a conflict of interest that he is duty bound to avoid.

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The Smisa Director on the St Mirren board has  a legal duty to put the club's interest first and Smisa and supporters second.  This is not what the members envisaged surley . This is a conflict of interest that he is duty bound to avoid.
OK smart arse, IF what you say is true I look forward to you telling us how he is duty bound to avoid this legal duty.

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2 hours ago, TPAFKATS said:
4 hours ago, waldorf34 said:
The Smisa Director on the St Mirren board has  a legal duty to put the club's interest first and Smisa and supporters second.  This is not what the members envisaged surley . This is a conflict of interest that he is duty bound to avoid.

OK smart arse, IF what you say is true I look forward to you telling us how he is duty bound to avoid this legal duty.

He/or she does not become a Director of St Mirren ,merely  an observer ,to learn the ropes,and does not vote in any discussion,freeing  them to push Smisa and supporters feeling and ideas.

Keeps them out of the Boardroom at halftime, no more free booze and pies

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He/or she does not become a Director of St Mirren ,merely  an observer ,to learn the ropes,and does not vote in any discussion,freeing  them to push Smisa and supporters feeling and ideas.
Keeps them out of the Boardroom at halftime, no more free booze and pies
OK, so your solution is to not have a representative of the organisation buying the club on the board. You do realise that would give smisa less influence and input.
It would at least remove the "legal duty that you feel they are duty bound to avoid"

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1 hour ago, cockles1987 said:
2 hours ago, waldorf34 said:
He/or she does not become a Director of St Mirren ,merely  an observer ,to learn the ropes,and does not vote in any discussion,freeing  them to push Smisa and supporters feeling and ideas.
Keeps them out of the Boardroom at halftime, no more free booze and pies

FFS, the lunatics are taking over the forum emoji23.pngemoji23.pngemoji23.pngemoji23.pngemoji23.png

Personally, my thoughts were they were busy building support to take over the club.  B)

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21 hours ago, waldorf34 said:

The Smisa Director on the St Mirren board has  a legal duty to put the club's interest first and Smisa and supporters second.  This is not what the members envisaged surley . This is a conflict of interest that he is duty bound to avoid.

any director that sits on the board of any company is legally bound to act in the best interest of that company. That is a statement of fact. The application of such company director rules is however subjective. 

The reality is that what’s in the best interest of SMFC should align directly with the best interest of SMISA & fans. You’re creating a problem and a conflict of interest that isn’t there. 

It isn’t ‘us vs them’ people with that mentality does not help. We all share a common goal, the betterment of our football club. 

Feels like you’ve been going out your way recently to try fabricate problems for the new director. Why? 

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On 3/20/2019 at 1:22 PM, waldorf34 said:

The Smisa Director on the St Mirren board has  a legal duty to put the club's interest first and Smisa and supporters second.  This is not what the members envisaged surley . This is a conflict of interest that he is duty bound to avoid.

You know it's really odd but you've been posting like this for about a week but for some reason you are adopting a "passive aggressive" role and somehow hoping the rest of us will simply read between the lines and see what you are getting at.

Cut the bollox and spit it out man. Exactly who are you accusing and what are you accusing them of?

We don't need two LPMs on this forum.

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On 3/24/2019 at 2:09 AM, oaksoft said:

You know it's really odd but you've been posting like this for about a week but for some reason you are adopting a "passive aggressive" role and somehow hoping the rest of us will simply read between the lines and see what you are getting at.

Cut the bollox and spit it out man. Exactly who are you accusing and what are you accusing them of?

We don't need two LPMs on this forum.

I'd say we don't need one... 

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So SMISA have decided to put forward a Mr. John Needham to be the 2nd director on the board. Dont know much about the guy, but he's a 59 year old that attends many home and away games despite living in Edinburgh and has a wealth of business and customer experience. Checked out his personal statement and am happy with his appointment although I would probably have preferred someone a bit more local that had the ear of the fans. There was a high calibre of applicant and its now over to the smisa members to rubberstamp his appointment.

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On 8/20/2020 at 10:37 AM, Dumbartonbud said:

The case was dropped he comes from a family of St Mirren fans his father is 83 and drives from Stranraer to watch his beloved St Mirren.

He has three brothers all St Mirren fans who travel from Oban, Crail & Cannock to support the buddies.

A family of lifelong St Mirren supporters with a passion for their home town team.
 

A sound appointment.

 

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9 hours ago, Walsall1 said:

The case was dropped he comes from a family of St Mirren fans his father is 83 and drives from Stranraer to watch his beloved St Mirren.

He has three brothers all St Mirren fans who travel from Oban, Crail & Cannock to support the buddies.

A family of lifelong St Mirren supporters with a passion for their home town team.
 

A sound appointment.

 

What team did you say he, and his family, supported? :lol:

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