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2 hours ago, ChinaOwl said:

 

Aye, you know the form by now. He'll have successfully defended every case he's fought until it come to SWFC, and then ..........

 

lol

 

Dave Allen was successful in every business venture until he came to SWFC, and then....... 

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1 hour ago, bradowl said:

 

Dave Allen was successful in every business venture until he came to SWFC, and then....... 

 

Can fault Dave Allen for pretty much everything he did at this football club, but the old boy isn’t an idiot when it comes to business 

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3 hours ago, BRUCE LEE said:


That’s because our fans flooded the relegation odds at 40s, without reading the small print about points deductions voiding the bet etc

Most bookies will honour bets where there are points deductions (the only ones i've seen that won't are spread betting firms).

A demotion to league one will not necessarily be honoured though. I did check Bet365 terms and conditions though and couldn't see any mention of this.

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3 hours ago, BRUCE LEE said:


That’s because our fans flooded the relegation odds at 40s, without reading the small print about points deductions voiding the bet etc


If that were the case why did bookies’ slash their odds hours after the announcement? If anything they should have kept them long to lure more bets in.
 

Even if those eventually had to be refunded they will have had 5 months worth of interest and most people would only go an reuse their refunded stake anyway.

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44 minutes ago, The only way is S6 said:

Look well if DC has a few grand on our relegation........... I'm guessing he'll be the first to hear about any points deduction.

 

:duntmatter:

 

As long as he doesn't put the profit in last year's accounts we'll be ok.

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20 hours ago, nethertonowl said:

In both ours and Derby case , the valuation of the stadium will have been carried out by a qualified third party co,If the EFL question the valaution wont they be opening themselves up to be sued by the valuers?

Bit like a house valuation no one ever agrees.

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7 hours ago, BRUCE LEE said:


That’s because our fans flooded the relegation odds at 40s, without reading the small print about points deductions voiding the bet etc

B365 said they would still pay out with a points dedudction.

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On 14/02/2020 at 12:12, room0035 said:

Well Birmingham got hit with a 12 point deduction last season and are up for another points deduction this season based on their 3 year rolling profits which would suggest if they were reset to zero Birmingham would not have broke the rules this season?


Birmingham have sold Che Adams and have Drew Bellingham who’s going to be the next big thing, they’ll be alright.

 

We have nothing in comparison.

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22 minutes ago, Junk Smuggler said:


Birmingham have sold Che Adams and have Drew Bellingham who’s going to be the next big thing, they’ll be alright.

 

We have nothing in comparison.

 

The revenue generated from player sales over the last 5 seasons chart shlws all our issues. 

 

When people say... 'why can club X spend so much money'... well look what theyve also generated. 

 

 

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28 minutes ago, Junk Smuggler said:


Birmingham have sold Che Adams and have Drew Bellingham who’s going to be the next big thing, they’ll be alright.

 

We have nothing in comparison.

Indeed and the EFL have hit them with a charge for not selling Adam in January and instead selling him in the summer for more money.

 

Get you head round that one.

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