Confimred new owners of Raeding Footbal Club

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Re: Buyout

by floyd__streete » 09 Oct 2013 17:29

^ so andrew1957 and Melonhead are basically both saying that the best (most realistic) case scenario is the club stagnating and not moving forward :?:

This hardly constitutes 'taking us to the next level' as TSI were sold to as in all the propaganda around the original seizure of 51% of the club. Then again, nobody other than the entirely gullible really believed all that anyway, did they 8)
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Re: Buyout

by Pepe the Horseman » 09 Oct 2013 17:37

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sorry- the quote in full was "the buyout has been delayed, because EP is a massive gay"


Apologies all round then. In the absence of you finding a genuine quote to support anything you have said, I will try and keep my homosexuality a more manageable size.


if you would

its just too huge

Agreed

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by Extended-Phenotype » 09 Oct 2013 17:38

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sorry- the quote in full was "the buyout has been delayed, because EP is a massive gay"


Apologies all round then. In the absence of you finding a genuine quote to support anything you have said, I will try and keep my homosexuality a more manageable size.


if you would

its just too huge


That's what your dad said etc

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Re: Buyout

by melonhead » 09 Oct 2013 18:06

floyd__streete ^ so andrew1957 and Melonhead are basically both saying that the best (most realistic) case scenario is the club stagnating and not moving forward :?:

This hardly constitutes 'taking us to the next level' as TSI were sold to as in all the propaganda around the original seizure of 51% of the club. Then again, nobody other than the entirely gullible really believed all that anyway, did they 8)


if the takeover falls through, due to the afore mentioned lack of funds which i have no idea if its true or not the above would merely be the medium case scenario.

a worst case scenario would involve some of the more outlandish unsubstatiated rumours about TSI trying to take our parachutes with them when they oxf*rd off.

the best case (-1) scenario would be anton come up with cash, buy club, and keep moving club forward as he has been

and the best case AA++ scenario would be a new owner flush with saudi arabian money who was actually born on the south bank during a game, who actively wanted to throw all of his money away at us, slowly over an indefinite period.



which is actually more likely?


we just dont know

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Re: Buyout

by Ian Royal » 09 Oct 2013 18:10

floyd__streete ^ so andrew1957 and Melonhead are basically both saying that the best (most realistic) case scenario is the club stagnating and not moving forward :?:

This hardly constitutes 'taking us to the next level' as TSI were sold to as in all the propaganda around the original seizure of 51% of the club. Then again, nobody other than the entirely gullible really believed all that anyway, did they 8)

Er... they're saying the worst case scenario is stagnation. The best case scenario is that the deal goes through as planned, just a bit late and you amongst others look like a total doomydiv.


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by andrew1957 » 09 Oct 2013 19:04

melonhead
floyd__streete ^ so andrew1957 and Melonhead are basically both saying that the best (most realistic) case scenario is the club stagnating and not moving forward :?:

This hardly constitutes 'taking us to the next level' as TSI were sold to as in all the propaganda around the original seizure of 51% of the club. Then again, nobody other than the entirely gullible really believed all that anyway, did they 8)


if the takeover falls through, due to the afore mentioned lack of funds which i have no idea if its true or not the above would merely be the medium case scenario.

a worst case scenario would involve some of the more outlandish unsubstatiated rumours about TSI trying to take our parachutes with them when they oxf*rd off.

the best case (-1) scenario would be anton come up with cash, buy club, and keep moving club forward as he has been

and the best case AA++ scenario would be a new owner flush with saudi arabian money who was actually born on the south bank during a game, who actively wanted to throw all of his money away at us, slowly over an indefinite period.

which is actually more likely?

we just dont know


The worst case scenario is that Anton completes the full buy out and then milks the club, takes out huge debt and we do become Pompey. The "things continuing as they were on a break even basis" would be far preferable to that.

The best case scenario is that Anton really does want to take the club forward, completes the buy out and slowly builds the club with sensible cash injections over the next few years.

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Re: Buyout

by Divvy » 09 Oct 2013 19:06

One8Seven1 Anton to complete full buyout..................................

...of his Hockey toy, new stadium too, money spent on infrastructure.. it's almost template talk.

http://khl-bet.ru/news/5584-zingarevich ... shhax.html



Concerns about his lack of wealth grow as it becomes apparent he only has one suit.


:lol:

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by howser » 09 Oct 2013 19:07

This whole doom and gloom scenario would be completely unfounded if the club came out with some sort of statement as to the takeover situation, but as we have become used to they keep their cards very close to their chests, also of course IF this story is true it will lkeave SJM with a lot of egg on his face after confidently predicting he would sell, but only to a reliable and reputable, well researched buyer.

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by Victor Meldrew » 09 Oct 2013 19:26

floyd__streete ^ so andrew1957 and Melonhead are basically both saying that the best (most realistic) case scenario is the club stagnating and not moving forward :?:

This hardly constitutes 'taking us to the next level' as TSI were sold to as in all the propaganda around the original seizure of 51% of the club. Then again, nobody other than the entirely gullible really believed all that anyway, did they 8)


One other statement at the time attributed to JM-He believes Zingarevich's investment will help propel the club into Europe.
That does sound like the hype of a car salesman.


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Re: Buyout

by Ian Royal » 09 Oct 2013 19:42

howser This whole doom and gloom scenario would be completely unfounded if the club came out with some sort of statement as to the takeover situation, but as we have become used to they keep their cards very close to their chests, also of course IF this story is true it will lkeave SJM with a lot of egg on his face after confidently predicting he would sell, but only to a reliable and reputable, well researched buyer.

They've made a statement.

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Re: Buyout

by AthleticoSpizz » 09 Oct 2013 20:06

yes but, yes but

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Re: Buyout

by RoyalBlue » 09 Oct 2013 20:09

Ian Royal
howser This whole doom and gloom scenario would be completely unfounded if the club came out with some sort of statement as to the takeover situation, but as we have become used to they keep their cards very close to their chests, also of course IF this story is true it will lkeave SJM with a lot of egg on his face after confidently predicting he would sell, but only to a reliable and reputable, well researched buyer.

They've made a statement.


They made a statement at some point in the past.

Local media have chosen to portray that the statement was given in the recent past i.e. earlier this week but, given that they don't name the person that made the statement or state the day on which it was made, is that a true portrayal? I suspect not. The local media have been piss poor in the manner that they have covered this issue - amateurish would be a compliment!

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Re: Buyout

by JimmytheJim » 09 Oct 2013 20:20

The silence is conspicuous.
I'd be surprised if there was nothing in the rumours, I just hope that tweedletory and tweedledum get a new buyer sorted stat.
I love reading, but I would not be sad if we waved goodbye to a pompous, boring philanthropist and a bratty heir.
And if the club goes under I'll just switch my allegiance to Leyton Orient as it's only a stone's throw away.


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Re: Buyout

by Man Friday » 09 Oct 2013 20:25

This ^ (except Forest Green Rovers).

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Re: Buyout

by jonboy29red » 09 Oct 2013 20:28

if anton didnt have the money for a buyout why has the like a new training ground mentioned and also the money spent on going for cat 1 status on the youth Academy

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Re: Buyout

by Yellowcoat » 09 Oct 2013 21:20

The vast numbers of players, coaches & other staff shown in the recent headshots of the main squad, under 21's and academy would seem to be in direct contrast to the 'no money available' comments on this and other threads.

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by AthleticoSpizz » 09 Oct 2013 21:41

Yellowcoat The vast numbers of players, coaches & other staff shown in the recent headshots of the main squad, under 21's and academy would seem to be in direct contrast to the 'no money available' comments on this and other threads.
Ever worked in a factory/warehouse/establishment where they have invested/renewed/rebuilt half of it....only to shut it down a few weeks later?

I have, and I am enjoying the anxiousness of the worriers on here.


Its a good thread tho'

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Re: Buyout

by One8Seven1 » 09 Oct 2013 22:06

JimmytheJim The silence is conspicuous.
I'd be surprised if there was nothing in the rumours, I just hope that tweedletory and tweedledum get a new buyer sorted stat.
I love reading, but I would not be sad if we waved goodbye to a pompous, boring philanthropist and a bratty heir.
And if the club goes under I'll just switch my allegiance to Leyton Orient as it's only a stone's throw away.


I wouldn't. I'd give up on football altogether! I really don't like what the modern game has become. If it wasn't for my love/habit for my local club, I wouldn't put any more money into the game.

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Re: Buyout

by URZZZZZ » 09 Oct 2013 22:08

AthleticoSpizz
Yellowcoat The vast numbers of players, coaches & other staff shown in the recent headshots of the main squad, under 21's and academy would seem to be in direct contrast to the 'no money available' comments on this and other threads.
Ever worked in a factory/warehouse/establishment where they have invested/renewed/rebuilt half of it....only to shut it down a few weeks later?

I have, and I am enjoying the anxiousness of the worriers on here.


Its a good thread tho'


I thought it would have been a shit thread when I first started it with the usual in for page 1 people

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Re: Buyout

by tmesis » 09 Oct 2013 22:32

JimmytheJim The silence is conspicuous.


I know it seems unlikely, but maybe the club aren't concerned (or even aware) about the existence of this thread, and the rumour in it,

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