Sevco director Douglas Park has a shareholding in one SPFL club and a major business interest in another top flight club.
As Dave King searches far and wide for conflicts of interest it will astonish the South African based liar to discover the connections of the Sevco deputy chairman.
Park, generally described as a ‘bus tycoon’ has built up a substantial business empire across the west of Scotland and was a director of Hearts during the eighties when Wallace Mercer was spouting nonsense and losing league titles on the final day of the season.
After quitting the Edinburgh club following an incident when David Syme was locked in the Referee Room he split his footballing loyalties between Hamilton Accies and Rangers (IL).
At some stage Park took up a shareholding in Hamilton with a club statement in June 2016 listing the Ibrox director as Shareholder 14 with 5,000 Ordinary Shares in the Club.
Accies director and SPFL board member Les Gray owns 100 shares in the company- a fiftieth of Park’s stake.
In January of this year Hamilton agreed to the transfer of Greg Docherty to Sevco
More worryingly for King, Park also has business links to double treble winners CELTIC!
Across Scotland Celtic travel on coaches supplied by Park’s of Hamilton, the firm owned by Ibrox director DOUGLAS!!!!
While he searches high and low for conspiracy material and conflicts of interest the man that sits next to King in the Blue Room of dignity, a man who sups from the Loving Cup every January is in business with CELTIC.
Since becoming a director of Sevco all Celtic Supporters Clubs cancelled contracts with the Hamilton based company.
At Celtic’s 2017 AGM Peter Lawwell was asked to cancel the club’s contract with Park’s of Hamilton but replied saying that he hoped Celtic were bigger than that.
Most Celtic supporters boycott the Park’s Motor Group preferring to do business with companies that have left behind the bygone days of yore.
Douglas Park has never commented on the anti-Catholic and anti-Irish songs heard on every matchday at Ibrox,
NB At the start of this season Hamilton lost close to £1m as victims of ‘an internet scam’.
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