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8 minutes ago, Kameron said:

 

Not as simple as that, no money has changed hands

 

For it to be a sale actual money needs to have been exchanged and relevant taxes paid. Obviously Chansiri will be able to provide proof and the EFL will drop everything once this misunderstanding has been cleared up. 

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Money doesn't need to have changed hands for a sale to be declared. You can agree a sale and payment details at a future date

or structured.

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Although we've not been in the Prem for 19 years, you have to admit those 19 years have been pretty eventful.

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5 minutes ago, rickygoo said:

Nobody wished for selling Hillsborough, colossal losses and an embargo never mind points deductions and relegation should it come to that. 

 

We could do a “Twelve Days of Wednesday” Chansiri gave to meeeeeeeee....!

 

 

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3 minutes ago, sonofbert2 said:

 

We could do a “Twelve Days of Wednesday” Chansiri gave to meeeeeeeee....!

 

 

 

Fiiiiiiiiiive heart attacks

4 transfer bans

3 multi deals

2 bronze plaques

And a massive stupid cake ball

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can I start with 2 gold elephants until I think of the other 10?

 

........or 11.....who's counting...

 

 

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15 hours ago, Mycroft said:

 

What makes you believe that? 

 

I am sure I read it somewhere, but I can't think where. All I can remember is that his son has/had something in his name and I thought it was the club.

 

I could be way off the mark though and have this horribly wrong.

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This will all turn out ok. It’ll drag on and we’ll be up again before it matters.

 

Folk need to chill out a bit.

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5 minutes ago, BRUCE LEE said:


Spot on

 

Fans will always be pleased with new signings, and most would assume the signings fit into a financial plan that won’t put us at severe risk of multiple embargoes and point deductions


The full accountability sits with the owner, and it’s now looking increasingly like he failed to initiate a sustainable business plan which operated within the rules

 

We’re at risk here of taking 1 step forward and 3 steps back on the pitch under his ownership, whilst being lumbered with huge debts and key assets being stripped 

 

 

Also spot on. 

 

There’s a very real potential for us to end up in a much much worse position than, well, ever really. 

 

I personally wouldn’t be happy with a trade off between nearly getting promoted to the premiership in return for actually being relegated to league one, with huge debts and not owning our own ground.

 

Just have to hope we can wing it I suppose.

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1 minute ago, ChapSmurf said:

 

I am sure I read it somewhere, but I can't think where. All I can remember is that his son has/had something in his name and I thought it was the club.

 

I could be way off the mark though and have this horribly wrong.

 

He sponsors the North Stand :cool:.

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9 minutes ago, Kameron said:

 

Not as simple as that, no money has changed hands

 

For it to be a sale actual money needs to have been exchanged and relevant taxes paid. Obviously Chansiri will be able to provide proof and the EFL will drop everything once this misunderstanding has been cleared up. 

That’s not correct. Accounts are prepared on an accruals basis not a cash basis, that’s why there are debtors and creditors on a balance sheet.

 

For a sale to be recognised all Chansiri has to do is prove that the risks and rewards of ownership have transferred from Sheffield Wednesday to Chansiri i.e. by having a legally binding contract of sale in place at the year end. 
 

It is irrelevant when the cash is transferred, when land registry was updated and whether Sheffield 3 was even incorporated.

 

On the latter point Sheffield 3 could be unincorporated at the date of sale but still be in existence and nobody can prove otherwise. Regardless, Chansiri as owner of Sheffield 3 just needs a contract in place that he is going to purchase the stadium.
 

That information won’t be in the public domain but if it exists (and I presume it does otherwise the auditors wouldn’t have signed off the accounts) then the EFL haven’t got a leg to stand on.

 

The EFL does not have the power to make Sheffield Wednesday restate their accounts. They aren’t accounting experts and their powers start and end with the audited pre tax profits.

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2 minutes ago, ChapSmurf said:

 

I am sure I read it somewhere, but I can't think where. All I can remember is that his son has/had something in his name and I thought it was the club.

 

I could be way off the mark though and have this horribly wrong.

 

It looks like I have it wrong - https://www.swfc.co.uk/club/company-details/

 

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I always wondered why Kat left, looking like we know now. Though not sure whose side she was on...

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1 minute ago, sonofbert2 said:

 

He sponsors the North Stand :cool:.

 

That's it. I knew I'd seen his name somewhere :Chansiri:

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6 minutes ago, torres said:

 

Fiiiiiiiiiive year season tix

4 spent players

3 dodgy kits

2 bronze elephants

And an enormous giant swing

Or side B

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34 minutes ago, Mycroft said:

 

Can we bribe this independant body or entrap them in compromising positions, get a few of the good looking posters to entrap them, Rickygoo for starters.  I'm sure that he would take one for the good of the club.

 

I think we should double down and bribe them. Why the hell not. Nobody was complaining when we weren't bribing folk so they can’t start now.

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The MM throw' up didn't go well...... heads an Azerbaijan despot who gets imprisoned and his bank accounts frozen, tails a tuna magnate's son who thought he had a good idea.

 

It really could only happen to us.

 

 

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1 minute ago, Weshallovercome said:

The MM throw up didn't go well...... heads an Azerbaijan despot who gets imprisoned and his bank accounts frozen, tails a tuna magnate's son who thought he had a good idea.

 

It really could only happen to us.

 

 

 

Recommends Doyen/Paixao to advise on the the playing side as part of a 3 year package for promotion and wait for it..................

 

The man who will get you round the rules based on what Leicester did...............

 

The one and only...............

 

SIR DAVE RICHARDS

 

If I could make a Scooby Doo/Pesky Kids gif I would.

 

Seriously though, we went close and are only in the same sick game as everyone else that is modern football.

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