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Further addition to the statement:


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“We can now report that further legal action from Mr Chansiri will now follow in respect of damages caused by the prohibition notice resulting in the immediate insolvency of D-Taxis. Insolvency proceedings to be finalized by start up insolvency practitioner Insolv8.

 

As the largest creditor SWFC will retain all cash in bank currently held in the D-Taxis account. The most recent balance sheet estimates this to total £60m.

 

SWFC have confirmed this cash injection will be used to repurchase the Hillsborough football stadium from Sheffield 3 LTD and thank Mr Chansiri for his careful stewardship of HMS wee wee The League during these troubled waters”

 

Statement Ends.

 

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Wow. WTF that’s insane!!! 

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3 minutes ago, Costello 77 said:

That's the first one tapped away into the long grass..Next.

 

I'm rather hoping for a 6 through the clubhouse window when it comes to the EFL.

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55 minutes ago, Peacenocchio said:

So we are being unfairly punished by Sheffield city council officers. 

 

As were Wednesdayite. 

 

Councillors need to do their job now and call them to account. 

 

Or we organise and vote in some who will.

no chance of that ever happening 

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Presumeably the businesses on Leppings Lane that have also been losing revenue will be receiving some compensation?

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Just now, Hitcat said:

 

I'm rather hoping for a 6 through the clubhouse window when it comes to the EFL.

It's interesting that SCC are prevaricating about paying our costs.

 

The law of the land has ruled Hitcat.. perhaps they've left an iron in the fire for more cordial future discussion?

 

I fully expect the EFL to have taken a keen interest in the (unrelated) case.

 

Winning can be habit forming.

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23 minutes ago, SiJ said:

Wasn't said professor a former police officer? 

yea...he's now a former professor lol

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I'm enjoying this nearly as much as beating Brighton..

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30 minutes ago, Lord Snooty said:

 

Oh absolutely. 

 

And will continue to hide behind the Council when the costs & damages claim is made.

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48 minutes ago, Royal_D said:


It’s a disgrace innit,  and will be brushed under the carpet yet again 

 

Complete madness

Maybe I'll mention it come election time when they come canvassing for votes at my front door. 

 

Oh hang on a minute. I forgot. I've never once seen any of the flippers come to my front door. Not once. 

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Great news and shows the club were picked on for no reason.

 

where do we go about claiming the money loss from home games this season?

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I've also noticed that, while they were quick to report the ban initially being imposed, the BBC sport website has not reported the decision that it's now been uncovered as a nonsense. 

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2 minutes ago, Costello 77 said:

I'm enjoying this nearly as much as beating Brighton..

Me too mate...would have loved to see the "Crowd Prof" answering the questions...

 

 

"Lawyer "So Professor  ..What makes you an expert in cntrolling 25'000 football fans"

Prof.."Well threes a crowd they say"

Lawyer.."but in the context of controlling crowds of figures..err..exceeding that by 24, 997?"

Prof..."Well if you take into account a bird in the hand is worth two in the b...."

Lawyer.."Have you any actual experience in crowd control apart from the odd adage"

Prof.."Absolutely...I was involved in the cooks and the broth thingy when the stitch in time saved ni...."

Lawyer..."Are you not just simply stating more adages??"

Prof..."Insofar as many a muckle makes a m............"

lawyer " Have you any experience at all with football crowds regarding ingress and egress from a football stadium?"

Prof " I havent actually set foot in a football ground...as the saying goes "fools rush in where......"

lawyer.."So your whole argument is based on pithy sayings "

Prof "let he who is without sin cast the first...err...cook in the broth..bird thing!!!"

lawyer "FFS!"

SAG "Oh Jesus please"

SYP..." Here we go again.....................

 

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21 minutes ago, Costello 77 said:

It's interesting that SCC are prevaricating about paying our costs.

 

The law of the land has ruled Hitcat.. perhaps they've left an iron in the fire for more cordial future discussion?

 

I fully expect the EFL to have taken a keen interest in the (unrelated) case.

 

Winning can be habit forming.

It's up to the judge as to whether SYP, SAG or SCC pay costs or not. Not for them.to.offer to.pay

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”You can shove ya high vis jacket up ya a**e”

”You can shove ya high vis jacket up ya a**e”

 

 

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1 hour ago, latemodelchild said:

Good news. Be interesting to see if there's a backlash should they have to pay our costs too. If they do I'd like to know who is responsible for this colossal waste of taxpayers money and what their plan or agenda was. 


Only downside is that the north might get busier now and the queues for pies will be huge. Or they'll sell out quicker. 

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Wouldn't worry about that. If they run of pies and tea, there's always warmed up vimto available.

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Great news especially for the fans that sit/stand on the north stand. Just hope  the club, syp and sag and whoever else is involved can come to some arrangement so the next time we have a big game it passes without incident. Although if Leeds go up the next big game we have could be a while. 

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I'm gonna have a walk down the Lepp pre Blackburn...yknow...see if owts changed like................

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1 hour ago, RichieB said:

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Couldve given me some credit ya cheeky git ;-):biggrin:

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13 minutes ago, Pablo Bonvin said:

I've also noticed that, while they were quick to report the ban initially being imposed, the BBC sport website has not reported the decision that it's now been uncovered as a nonsense. 

That seems to happen often. Or, it is reported but much lower key than the original story, such as with FF.

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1 hour ago, Royal_D said:

Regardless of what opinions/agendas some of the chairman’s biggest critics have its 100% beyond me how anyone REALLY thought the club was in the wrong on this,  imagine South Yorkshire Police won’t be too amused tonight with this news 

 

SYP themselves may not be amused, but I find this quite amusing.

 

It must be my cynical sense of humour.

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