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IF DC put the club up for sale.

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Who makes a profit ?  https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/50674331

 

From our perspective are Chansiri's losses sustainable ? Of course they are, his spending has been a drop in the ocean compared to his overall wealth.

 

The sabre rattlers are alluding towards expulsion being a distinct possibility. Personally I think the 71 at their summer meeting may begin to show a little more sense by allowing more money into the game at this level, keeping it  and sharing a bigger slice of the cake than has been thus far possible. EFL sell on clauses, for example, offer little more than a pittance to the EFL clubs, this has to change. A different route is possible for the EFL clubs but they have to toughen up rather than waiting around with the begging bowl.    

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1 hour ago, nevthelodgemoorowl said:

his spending has been a drop in the ocean compared to his overall wealth.

What is his overall wealth?

 

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2 hours ago, g-owls said:

 

Howe is rightly or wrongly under pressure, relegation for Bournemouth would mean some big issues off the pitch. 

 

Smith won't last long at Villa if they end up dropping back down. Owners with money will want change. 

 

Potter will suffer the same fate as Hughton at some point.

 

Arteta has only just started out and could go either way, but Emery didn't last too long despite being a multiple Europa League winner at Sevilla. 

 

Gerrard is starting to face criticism at Rangers. Celtic will equal the record this season and look likely to continue their dominance. Success is demanded in Glasgow and no manager lasts the pace if its not achieved, no matter how large the gap in resources are. 

 

Lampard will be afforded time because he's a legend with the fans, but we all know that Abramovic isn't one for letting sentiment get in the way. 

 

The Cowley's have done a brilliant job in getting to where they are, but it's relentless at this level. They could quite easily fall by the wayside. 

 

It's only Pep and Klopp that really have any kudos. 

 

Most managers are just sacked. They don't get sacked with a load of accusations following in their wake from more than one chairman. 

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1 hour ago, dorian gray said:

it won't be anywhere near £100m, he'll take a sizeable haircut on his gamble.

no ones going to step in and cover his losses.

We are goosed then.

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3 hours ago, nilsson said:

Chansiri has created a business that‘s hemorrhaging money.

 

To be fair we were haemorrhaging money long before DC joined us.

Just now the wages are higher and so the debts are greater.

 

We have a ground and training facilities not worthy of a modern club, although the training facilities are much better than they were.

We have to fight against many an obstacle put in place by the football authorities particularly to the advantage of relegated teams.

We have points deductions and transfer bans to come.

DC would want over 60 million even if he was to accept large losses to get out.

 

We are not selling this club to any decent owners anytime soon, only dodgy ones will be interested.

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3 hours ago, RichieB said:

 

According to DC himself, he turned down an offer of £175m for the club.

 

lollollol

 

 

 

If true this is the stupidest thing he has ever done. Even more than getting into bed with Paxo or whatever he is called. lol

 

Edited by Daizan10

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1 hour ago, Daizan10 said:

If true this is the stupidest thing he has ever done. Even more than getting into bed with Paxo or whatever he is called. lol

 

 

I don't believe for 1 second its true, but he said it at the Bruce press conference.

 

He's crackers lol

 

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7 hours ago, nilsson said:


The ground needs money spending on it. Something it doesn’t look like DC is prepared to do. 


And why would any new owner spend money on a ground that’s owned by DC?


So the new owner would have to build a new stadium as well? 

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11 minutes ago, Rogers said:


So the new owner would have to build a new stadium as well? 

We need a new ground anyway

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8 hours ago, RichieB said:

 

According to DC himself, he turned down an offer of £175m for the club.

 

lollollol

 

 

 

 

Aye, that was Dejphon trying to buy the club off himself. :ph34r:

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