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6 hours ago, Beighton Owl 87 said:

That sly dig wilder made about coming out of the pub league after 6 years just can't help himself.  I'm not so sure that would have gone down too well with the barnsley and donny coaches.

Ya know this "pub league" thing,it was the legend keef edwards that FIRST used that,whilst co-commentating on a yoooonited game on bbc sheffield,now far be it from me to  make any blavde look like a tw@t,but hey,dem blavdes have a habit of not lettin things like facts get in the way .

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Put it on for five minutes and turned it off again. Same callers, same boring points. Boring.

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Just now, Charlie Chuck said:

Put it on for five minutes and turned it off again. Same callers, same boring points. Boring.

Ring in and make an interesting point then

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I think I turned it off before you came on Mick. I'm sure you were very interesting.

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1 minute ago, Charlie Chuck said:

I think I turned it off before you came on Mick. I'm sure you were very interesting.

Creep :tango:

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I used to get turned off when the ex wife came on

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If you’re running multiple businesses under an umbrella structure and one of them is a football club and the other is, let’s say, a property development business with hotels and such, how does FFP effect your business(es)?

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5 hours ago, pgmetcalf said:

If you’re running multiple businesses under an umbrella structure and one of them is a football club and the other is, let’s say, a property development business with hotels and such, how does FFP effect your business(es)?

 

Except the hotel is nothing to do with Sheffield United FC, nor does it pretend to sponsor it.

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3 minutes ago, mattbianco1 said:

 

Except the hotel is nothing to do with Sheffield United FC, nor does it pretend to sponsor it.

Nothing to do with Sheffield United...are you sure about that? but no they don't sponsor the team

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21 minutes ago, stumps said:

Nothing to do with Sheffield United...are you sure about that? but no they don't sponsor the team

 

Scarborough Group International own the hotel.

Scarborough Group International own a company, who own 50% of  Sheffield United.

 

The two are merely connected by the company that owns and part-owns them. The football club was split away from all Kevin McCabe's ventures a long time ago.

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6 minutes ago, mattbianco1 said:

 

Scarborough Group International own the hotel.

Scarborough Group International own 50% of  Sheffield United.

 

The two are merely connected by the company that owns and part-owns them. The football club was split away from all Kevin McCabe's ventures a long time ago.

is that the companies house version of how they are run...

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11 minutes ago, stumps said:

That's the companies house version of how they are run...

 

It's a lot more complicated than that mate.

 

Sheffield United Ltd (Kevin McCabe) and UTB LLC (Prince whatever) each own 50% each of Blades Leisure Ltd. Blades Leisure owns 100% of The Sheffield United Football Club Ltd, which runs the actual club.

That's 4 different companies there.

 

All properties; The ground and academy etc. are owned by Sheffield United Ltd (NOT Sheffield United Football Club Ltd). They were separated from the football club a while back. The hotel isn't part of any of those companies. Granted, the hotel still acts as a partner with the club.

 

Part of the legal battle is that the Prince is only interested in buying The Sheffield United Football Club Ltd, he's not interested in buying the ground or the academy.

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I’d agree the blurring is an issue. I mean, money has to come from somewhere to be invested

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Bloody Welsh, they all think they can sing and play rugby 

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Any point in entering the league this year now dem blavdes have signed messi, bale and giggs all in one player? 

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Giddings pretending he knows about football

 

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Just now, pgmetcalf said:

Giddings pretending he knows about football

 

:ghoulguy:

He's not happy about this positive Wednesday call! lol 

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1 minute ago, LJH1867OWLS said:

He's not happy about this positive Wednesday call! lol 

 

 

That's exactly what I thought 

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