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When it came to the crunch at Newcastle, he didn't have rhe £30m deposit to instigate the takeover.

Was borrowing from an Emirati ruler to buy the geordies 

Now outside exclusivity period for blades takeover.

ClearTV private co,  unable to get a market value.  Provides TV services t hospitals and airports 

Claims to have 200+ partners, most of whom didn't respond or said no when asked.

Waint happen 

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3 hours ago, bricat said:

Does the club still owe anything to McQuarrie Bank?

The club don’t owe him any money but he owns a portion of land at the bottom of the shore ham rear. He has threatened to build apartments if he doesn’t get the price he wants.

zThey would only be able to exit from one side of the shoreham if he gets awkward.

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6 minutes ago, Manonthebridge said:

The club don’t owe him any money but he owns a portion of land at the bottom of the shore ham rear. He has threatened to build apartments if he doesn’t get the price he wants.

zThey would only be able to exit from one side of the shoreham if he gets awkward.

He meant the Aussie bank they've sold every PL monies to as HRH won't put a penny in of his own. 

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1 hour ago, Manonthebridge said:

It’s a Nigerian businessman who is friends with a famous tailor in London.

Poundland as been waiting for two weeks to see the money and it’s not happened as yet.

This is going nowhere.

The previous proposed buyer Henry Mauriss is presently locked up in a prison in the USA.

Its like a pantomime!!

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On 31/12/2022 at 14:06, Manonthebridge said:

It’s a Nigerian businessman who is friends with a famous tailor in London.

Poundland as been waiting for two weeks to see the money and it’s not happened as yet.

This is going nowhere.

The previous proposed buyer Henry Mauriss is presently locked up in a prison in the USA.

Its like a pantomime!!

Well the piggies are now wanking over their new chairman Dozy.

If only they had read this in December then they could have known!!

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1 hour ago, Andyben said:

Bloody hell @mkowlthesexynewversiono wouldn't expect that even from the likes of @Greno

I sincerely hope I upset the woke crowd as it merely a term for a way of passing on a message and clearly you have to have your own inner racism to construe that it is racist 

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Pigs have missed payments on three players. 

Brewster - 2 payments missed and another one due at the end of this month

Berge - 2 payments missed. Trying to restructure the deal. 

Ahemedhodzic - 1 payment missed. Trying to restructure the deal. 

Liverpool looking at proceeding further if the next payment is missed. 

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7 hours ago, Tylluan said:

Pigs have missed payments on three players. 

Brewster - 2 payments missed and another one due at the end of this month

Berge - 2 payments missed. Trying to restructure the deal. 

Ahemedhodzic - 1 payment missed. Trying to restructure the deal. 

Liverpool looking at proceeding further if the next payment is missed. 

I always did like the bin dippers... 🤣

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22 hours ago, Tylluan said:

Pigs have missed payments on three players. 

Brewster - 2 payments missed and another one due at the end of this month

Berge - 2 payments missed. Trying to restructure the deal. 

Ahemedhodzic - 1 payment missed. Trying to restructure the deal. 

Liverpool looking at proceeding further if the next payment is missed. 

Looking forward to hearing the RS football heaven special about this, no doubt accompanied by a Star front and back page domination.   

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On 07/02/2023 at 11:14, Ozzie said:

Looking forward to hearing the RS football heaven special about this, no doubt accompanied by a Star front and back page domination.   

Sheffield United, who were formed by Sheffield Wednesday and play in the vicinity of Sheffield Wednesday’s football stadium, the scene of a crush where 97 people died, have not paid the latest installments on transfers made in the last two years. The Star has reached out to Sheffield Wednesday for comment.

Meanwhile, Sheffield United Star Billy Sharp, was roundly applauded for his comments about Wrexham after the Blades inflicted a crushing 3-1 defeat on the North Wales super club.

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Pigs now in trouble over safety on their Kop.

SAG have issued reduced capacity notices and may reduce the number even lower after fans are refusing to sit in allocated seats and are congregating to stand in congested central areas. 

Radio Sheffield saying it's costing the club at least £30k a game in lost revenue. 

Local press have started reporting it but I'm still waiting to for Kelly Cates and the Daily Mail to give their considered opinions 

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When you compare Hillsborough to their sty, I always think their stadium doesn’t have that many turnstiles and exits which surely must have an impact on evacuation of the stadium and as we know the concourses there are at best similar to Hillsborough. So how they get away with very minimal reductions to the maximum capacity seems strange compared to the reductions we’ve had.

Im all for ensuring safety in stadia but I can’t help but think there is more to to it than simply applying some scientific methodology to the decision on what is a safe capacity for a stadium 

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7 minutes ago, Tank_Owl2,0 said:

When you compare Hillsborough to their sty, I always think their stadium doesn’t have that many turnstiles and exits which surely must have an impact on evacuation of the stadium and as we know the concourses there are at best similar to Hillsborough. So how they get away with very minimal reductions to the maximum capacity seems strange compared to the reductions we’ve had.

Im all for ensuring safety in stadia but I can’t help but think there is more to to it than simply applying some scientific methodology to the decision on what is a safe capacity for a stadium 

When away fans used to be put in the Bumhole Stain end upper tier it always took us forever to get out of there. Horrible place.  

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