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sadly, I have a feeling that they might be laughing at us come Sunday evening.......

Well every dog has its day mate but even if they are they will always be Forever in our Shadow!

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they go above us if they win,. an incentive not to lsoe if any

but sadly i cant see us winning. we have too many players out while they have aclean bill of health

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they have aclean bill of health

And a team full of journeymen, cast offs and tossers

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they go above us if they win,. an incentive not to lsoe if any

but sadly i cant see us winning. we have too many players out while they have a clean bill of health

Your on about sha & using the word clean, you should be burned at the stake

heretic :D

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haha your right, what was i thinking, clean and blose doesnt go in the same sentence!

also dodgey yeungs finances being looked at again

Birmingham City News £25 million windfall for Birmingham City?

Oct 28 2010

by Jon Griffin, Birmingham Mail

Comments (6)Recommend (6) BLUES are in for a £7 million windfall from their Chinese parent group – and possibly up to £25 million.

Parent company Birmingham International Holdings Ltd have announced a shares issue which could raise many millions for the Premier League club, it has been revealed.

But messageboard contributors raised fears over the financial status of the club owners just months after Birmingham International Holdings had warned they could be at risk of collapse due to excessive liabilities of around £35 million.

The fund-raising drive emerged as Blues’ owners announced losses of around £35.2 million for the 15 months to June 30 this year, with the St Andrew’s club running up net losses of £500,000.

Auditors warn that group liabilities currently exceed assets by around £28 million. The parent group says gross proceeds from the new share issue will be 310 million Hong Kong dollars (around £25 million after expenses).

It adds: “The group is intended to use the net proceeds for general working capital and financial support to the operation of Birmingham City Football Club.”

Peter Knowles, of Leeds-based stockbrokers Park Square, said: “They have got an offer to raise £25 million after expenses, of which £7 million is already underwritten.

“My understanding is that they are going to raise around 300 million Hong Kong dollars, of which 25 per cent, which is around £7 million, is underwritten by the brokers Kingston Securites Ltd, who have a responsibility to go and find other people who are prepared to pay the price per share.”

But fans on messageboards raised concerns at owner Carson Yeung and his apparently diluted share stake in the group. One said: “The whole business is mildly worrying. Is this whole share issue just to raise the promissory note to satisfy the FA?”

Another said: “It could also raise the question of how much money there really is going to be available for Blues to improve the squad and stadium.

‘‘And how can Carson make himself responsible for all decisions when only owning less than one eighth of Birmingham International Holdings/Blues?”

But Knowles said: “It does appear on the face of it that Carson Yeung has diluted his shareholding but we do not know who some of the other shareholders are.”

He said Blues’ finances were “relatively secure”, adding: “Provided that they get all the money in (through the share issue) Birmingham City is going to be relatively comfortable compared to some of its peers.”

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Blooser on the game on Sunday.

think it does. It's a massive game to both fans, and both clubs hate one another but Villa seem to take it a lot more personally.

You put on any Villa game and within 2 mins they're singing 'Birmingham are you listening?'

Also, im pretty sure the vast majority of their songs are about us. 'Birmingham are you listening', their version of 'SOTV', their version of 'The City is Ours', 'their version of 'My Old Man', some song about a circus in town and Karren Brady is a slag, the sickening Tracy Andrews chants, some new chant they've nicked off United 'we all hate Blues scum'. And so on, And so on.

This is my theory.

Villa fans are quite disperate and sporadically spread out throughout the City. So there's a few fair that come from majority Blues areas, like Solihull and S.E Birmingham. The Villa fans from there have massive chips on their shoudler because they were probably bullied at school, or mocked in the workplace.

That's why they're so desperate to win.

The rest of them come from Staffordshire and places outside the City. So in their sheer desperation to pretend to be Brummies, and try to embrace Brummie culture, they go overboard with hating the Blues. It's like my Brummie mate who supports United, has never been to a game, but loathes Man City. It's just an artificial thing to try and make him more of a United fan.

That's why the rest of them hate Blues so much.

They of course deny all of this, and say that they don't care about the game that much. But it's transparent. Rather than Aston Villa football club, they should be renamed to the 'Anti-Birmingham City' football club.

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In a small pine panelled office in small heath sits a worried looking Chinese man. He is still coming to terms with his recent purchase and starting to realise what a mistake it was was and how had been duped by those evil porn barons. After clearing out the filing cabinets of rabbits and batteries, he has called his manager in to discuss this weeks match

CY: "Arro my ginger boss man, take a seat"

AM: "Och Aye you little yellow chappy"

CY: "wha you want?"

AM: "Eh? you asked me here"

CY: "No, wha you want to eat? No drinks as plevious owners have told me we never have had any cups here"

AM: "Deep fried Oxo cube then for me"

CY: "Ah so"

AM: "**** off yourself then you ........."

CY: "No you Scottish ferrow, you mistake what I say"

AM: "Ah OK, so what do you want Mr Chairman"

CY: "So this weekend we play those Virra chappies, yeah?"

AM: "Aye its a good one for us, our cup final. I love it at Villa Park no chance of sunlight there as we are always in their shadows"

CY: "Velly funny gineger one. I am worried about the ex-Virra players we have"

AM: "Dunnae worry your little yellow head boss, they are fine"

CY: "But Agent Lidgerell the fans are calling him and Claig Gradener scare the shit out of me"

AM: "Aye good point, I'll drop the fookers"

CY: "Ah so"

AM: "Dannae fookin start again.."

CY: "So who are our danger prayers?"

AM: "Hleb"

CY: "Reb?"

AM: "No the foreign chappy we signed on loan"

CY: "Ah Hreb. Did he play in Engrand before"

AM: "Aye for Arsenal"

CY: "Oy you cheeky Scottish Gineger you taking piss out of me? You said we no say Ah So Nil"

AM: "Eh? We are more bricking it about the Villa players"

CY: "Ashrey Young?"

AM: "Aye but we know that he was caught Wanking"

CY: "I know him he's a friend of mine"

AM: "Who? Ashley Young?"

CY: "No, Wan King"

Bemused at all of this the ginger boss of small heath stands and leaves the office. The Chinese man returns to his tidying up of the office and dreams of Crufts coming back to the NEC, or The Good Food show as he likes to call it.

Meanwhile at the sha training ground the players get ready for the weekend. They all have differing ways of getting ready

Ben Foster: Checks his phone constantly to see if Sir Alex has returned his calls yet for a quick return, he looks glum

Stephen Carr: after his accident with the elevator landing on his head and removing any sight of his neck, is disappointed that his wife has purchased him a scarf

Lee Bowyer: Is picking a fight with his shadow, When the shadow doesn't react he looks away. The shadow then gobs at him and rabbit punches him

Roger Johnson: Is feverishly trying to convince everyone that he was not named by the last owners to star in porn films

Lee Ridgewell: Wonders where Charlie Aitken is

Craig Gardener: Hopes that a few hours out on the pitch at Villa Park not shock him so much as it did last time and he wont be left in a permanent state of shock, as shown by his vacant stare

Barry Fergusson: Is giving the V sign to anyone who will look at him.

Nikola Zigic: Ducks as the Monarch flight from Alicante makes its final approach into BHX

Aleks Hleb: Is still hating his agent for getting him this move

In the distance a few sha fans are cleaning off their knuckles following the walk to the training ground. They are heard to utter

"we ate the Villa"

"did we? I fort we had a burger?"

"no ya soft ****, we ate the villa"

"oh yeah, what they ever won?"

"other than the European Cup, the FA cup, the league cup, the league title, the Super cup and beaten us for the last 6 matches running, what have they ever done"

"yeah we ate the Villa"

Cutbacks to the care in the community budget are hitting hard in Birmingham ..........................

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Blooser on the game on Sunday.

think it does. It's a massive game to both fans, and both clubs hate one another but Villa seem to take it a lot more personally.

You put on any Villa game and within 2 mins they're singing 'Birmingham are you listening?'

Also, im pretty sure the vast majority of their songs are about us. 'Birmingham are you listening', their version of 'SOTV', their version of 'The City is Ours', 'their version of 'My Old Man', some song about a circus in town and Karren Brady is a slag, the sickening Tracy Andrews chants, some new chant they've nicked off United 'we all hate Blues scum'. And so on, And so on.

This is my theory.

Villa fans are quite disperate and sporadically spread out throughout the City. So there's a few fair that come from majority Blues areas, like Solihull and S.E Birmingham. The Villa fans from there have massive chips on their shoudler because they were probably bullied at school, or mocked in the workplace.

That's why they're so desperate to win.

The rest of them come from Staffordshire and places outside the City. So in their sheer desperation to pretend to be Brummies, and try to embrace Brummie culture, they go overboard with hating the Blues. It's like my Brummie mate who supports United, has never been to a game, but loathes Man City. It's just an artificial thing to try and make him more of a United fan.

That's why the rest of them hate Blues so much.

They of course deny all of this, and say that they don't care about the game that much. But it's transparent. Rather than Aston Villa football club, they should be renamed to the 'Anti-Birmingham City' football club.

Flol! So everyone that lives in brum is a blue nose and we're a minority in OUR city and live in Staffordshire?

If there's so many of then why they can't fill that shit hole of a stadium.

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I've noticed a lot of SHA fans seem to have it in their heads that most Villa fans are rich toffs. Why is that? :?

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I live in Solihull & its 50/50, so that inbred, 13 toed, sister shagger hasnt a clue what hes on about.

Win, lose or draw I never say much, but **** me if they win or draw, its like they have won the league

They are so desperate to get anything over Villa, its pathetic

So carry on making your bullshit stories up, eventually someone may believe you

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