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8 hours ago, a m ole said:

Jack must have scored that left foot pea roller with his laces undone and those lucky boots falling apart.

I think Lee Camp is still trying to get down to it now. Not talked about much but honestly my mom would have saved it.

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11 hours ago, pas5898 said:

Confirmed to the Hong Kong stock exchange their stadium is sold to a completely separate entity.

Sold for 10.78 million

rent 1.25 million over 10 years.

In short they’ve given their stadium away. Their short term cash flow must be critical.

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Wow, they are in major trouble. What happens after 10 years? I guess they are homeless as the stadium owners can charge what they like (or sell the site to Tesco or for housing). They’ll be the next Coventry, penniless and homeless.

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12 minutes ago, Genie said:

Wow, they are in major trouble. What happens after 10 years? I guess they are homeless as the stadium owners can charge what they like (or sell the site to Tesco or for housing). They’ll be the next Coventry, penniless and homeless.

As much as there's banter, I genuinely hope it was a way to get cash into the club and nothing more sinister. 

But the business that owns the ground now has no affiliation to the current owners. There's nothing in 10 years stopping them turning it into flats.  

 

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18 minutes ago, Genie said:

Wow, they are in major trouble. What happens after 10 years? I guess they are homeless as the stadium owners can charge what they like. They’ll be the next Coventry, penniless and homeless.

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5 minutes ago, pas5898 said:

 

But the business that owns the ground now has no affiliation to the current owners. There's nothing in 10 years stopping them turning it into flats.  

 

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46 minutes ago, pas5898 said:

As much as there's banter, I genuinely hope it was a way to get cash into the club and nothing more sinister. 

But the business that owns the ground now has no affiliation to the current owners. There's nothing in 10 years stopping them turning it into flats.  

 

 

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1 hour ago, pas5898 said:

As much as there's banter, I genuinely hope it was a way to get cash into the club and nothing more sinister. 

But the business that owns the ground now has no affiliation to the current owners. There's nothing in 10 years stopping them turning it into flats.  

 

I don't think it's true that there's no affiliation, in as much as the Cambodian guy Vong Pech (?) seems to be a part owner of both businesses.

But this is an incredibly unstable situation, and of course the thing about raising cash this way is that you can only do it once and then the long-term costs are horrendous.

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4 minutes ago, HanoiVillan said:

I don't think it's true that there's no affiliation, in as much as the Cambodian guy Vong Pech (?) seems to be a part owner of both businesses.

But this is an incredibly unstable situation, and of course the thing about raising cash this way is that you can only do it once and then the long-term costs are horrendous.

Yep. 

Despite the Bellingham money (a one off), they were still that desperate to raise just £10m, what happens when they run out of cash again? 

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22 minutes ago, pas5898 said:

Yep. 

Despite the Bellingham money (a one off), they were still that desperate to raise just £10m, what happens when they run out of cash again? 

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55 minutes ago, pas5898 said:

Yep. 

Despite the Bellingham money (a one off), they were still that desperate to raise just £10m, what happens when they run out of cash again? 

Hard to imagine they have anything left to sell. Administration on the cards for them and relegation will happen eventually. The Coventry comparison is a good one, that's their future. 

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17 minutes ago, mottaloo said:

Yeah.....but....Che Adams.....proppa blooz mate :

#reflectedglory

 

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The absolute desperation for some deflected glory.

Bellingham, Che Adams.

They're not your players. You sold them remember???

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2 minutes ago, rodders0223 said:

The absolute desperation for some deflected glory.

Bellingham, Che Adams.

They're not your players. You sold them remember???

They really are a huge cunch of bunts.

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1 minute ago, rjw63 said:

They really are a huge cunch of bunts.

Not really, it's just sad. That's what they have to shout about this Euro tournament.

It's actually sad, no ulterior motive, no agenda. it's sad.

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3 minutes ago, rodders0223 said:

Not really, it's just sad. That's what they have to shout about this Euro tournament.

It's actually sad, no ulterior motive, no agenda. it's sad.

sad but hardly surprising, they hung on the coattails of the anti Christ for donkeys years before he came back to manage them

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2 hours ago, pas5898 said:

As much as there's banter, I genuinely hope it was a way to get cash into the club and nothing more sinister. 

But the business that owns the ground now has no affiliation to the current owners. There's nothing in 10 years stopping them turning it into flats.  

 

They would need to completely detoxify the soil and groundwater first.

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Seems to me that they've received criticism for tweeting about Bellingham's international achievments when he's no longer their player, so they're now tweeting about Che Adams so it looks like they're not just obssessed with Bellingham but tweet about their other former players as well..

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