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Deisler123

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  1. Deisler123

    Tony Xia

    I see where you are coming from, but the reason Wanda had to retract all foreign investment is completely different.
  2. Deisler123

    Tony Xia

    If you are winning the league title literally every year and are the country's only hope in the champions league, then trust me, FFP is nothing to worry about. It is like tax, it is always the poor people who are worrying about increasing tax. Rich people are not really affected.
  3. Deisler123

    Keith Wyness

    Bye. You will not be missed.
  4. Deisler123

    Keith Wyness

    This is funny. I read a report from a Chinese website that some ITK from Villa club said that Wyness fabricated all this for a potential 1M compensation if the club is re-sold. I didn't believe it, therefore didn't post it here. http://finance.eastday.com/m/20180608/u1ai11508942.html And now he asked for 6M? F off.
  5. Deisler123

    Tony Xia

    There has been very little coverage of what has happened to AVFC in the last 3 days in Chinese media. In general, Aston Villa and Tony Xia are not very news-worthy in China because very few people are interested in Championships football (or generally speaking non-top-6 Premier League clubs). The article from that link is not worth to read because it is just a collection of information that everyone already knows.
  6. Deisler123

    Tony Xia

    I can see you have had mixed feelings with Xia... He just always stays in your mind, doesn't he. Conclusion - you have been romantically nourished.
  7. Deisler123

    Tony Xia

    To be honest, the point of the law, to me, always has been to make sure no one but the lawyers and judges can understand them.
  8. Deisler123

    Tony Xia

    The blue and green parts are connected simply by Xia. Xia is the chairman of 000662 (the listed company at the top). He was also the president of 000662 but he resigned in April claiming that he had too many things to do. He owns major shares in two holding companies (those two below 20%/80% line), which are major shareholder of the other two listed companies at the bottom (600186/002692). If you mean which company directly owns the UK firm, then none I believe. But all of them are linked, just like how the blue part is linked with green part. They are all assets, parts of a group, serving for the same capitalism purpose.
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    Tony Xia

    No. I am not. I am just a Villa fan. http://www.reconig.com/mobile/page.php?mod=detail&id=9 this is an out-dated summary of RECON group. RECON group includes some boxes (in terms of shares), including three market-listed companies and the RECON holding company (the one above RECON sports). There are many others on the 'tree' but not shown in the 'box chart' - they are quite small in size though. Some of them are related to filming industry, which Xia wanted to get into in US market but failed eventually. The one in between is an investment company, which is just a structure rather than a real company.
  10. Deisler123

    Tony Xia

    hahahahaha. This is a perfect example of lazy journalism. First, talked about a story of Guo and his past investigation by govnt. Then quoted an earlier interview today with a Professor who commented on currency control policy in China. Then trying to implying that these two are potentially linked. And posed a scary question: could Xia be detained? haha Check out the title: WTF?
  11. Deisler123

    Tony Xia

    I think he mentioned it to see if I knew something about this so I can reassure him that Samuelson or people like him is no where near Villa now for a potential take-over. I didn't know much about this unfortunately.
  12. Deisler123

    Tony Xia

    Ok. Thanks.
  13. Deisler123

    Tony Xia

    I hope anyone here could help me with this: Where was the source of the 'unpaid tax bill' (the very first place where it was reported) and when was it released on 5th June? * A link to the source would be nice. Thanks.
  14. Deisler123

    Tony Xia

    Jim is not wrong in a literal sense. Xia is reportedly struggling in his business (but not the end of world type of struggle) and I don't think he has a lot of cash or cashable assets in hands. And it seems he will take loans to solve Villa's problem. But I guess the point is - this is 21st century, taking a loan is not a big issue, as long as you have assets/capital to support you. A loan of up to 400m CNY over two years is not that much compared to what he actually controls. I have never seen a successful cooperation which never taken a loan..... The question is: will he invest part of that money to Villa (this might be revealed by the information from gov.uk in a few days so let's see) and how confident he is in support Villa now (support now and look for a good sell v.s. support till promotion).
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    Tony Xia

    It is definitely wrong to say he has no money of his own. His business model is not conventional where people buy raw materials and make stuff and sell. His company is more like a holding company, relying on the success of its investment. He and his companies have decent shares on the stock market. It is probably true that he does not have a lot of cash.