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31 minutes ago, BrucieBonus said:

Shoes off in the car park 

Shoe shop in the car park.

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41 minutes ago, 109Waddle said:

Source?

 

Bottom of his 16th pint glass.

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Restoring the collosseum is childs play compared to restoring our ailing fortunes.

 

It's like when you're married and go on a date..Don't mention the wife/ffp charges.Don't mention the wife/ffp charges.Don't mention the wife/ffp charges

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2 minutes ago, Arnold said:

in terms of FFP ? then no. 

Didn't villa break the rules but now in premier league. So if villa get relegated will EFL sanction them on return. 

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45 minutes ago, 109Waddle said:

Source?

Exactly what I was thinking. A poster with a 4 reputation posts a takeover post and it goes viral . 

This isn't ••• on the lump on thing again is it?

 

 

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8 minutes ago, flying-owl said:

 
DBowl tends to come out of the woodwork when there is takeover news.

 

Not sure if she is ITK but certainly claims her husband is.

I think the D in the user name stands for DonValle so she’s probably related to our new owner.

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Maybe da Cruz is an agent sent to spy and report back on the squad. WTF:

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2 minutes ago, A12owl said:

Exactly what I was thinking. A poster with a 4 reputation posts a takeover post and it goes viral . 

This isn't ••• on the lump on thing again is it?

 

 

I’ll stand corrected on this but from memory this poster is a female and called a number of things right in the past with the Mammadov and Mandaric deals. 

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1 minute ago, Pablo Bonvin said:

I think the D in the user name stands for DonValle so she’s probably related to our new owner.


Or maybe runs DTaxis for DClol

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10 minutes ago, flying-owl said:

 
DBowl tends to come out of the woodwork when there is takeover news.

 

Not sure if she is ITK but certainly claims her husband is.

 

She does, from what I remember though nothing every materialises from it although at least this time she's dropped a name into the rumour.

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1 minute ago, flying-owl said:


Or maybe runs DTaxis for DClol

I eat my weetabix out of a DBowl.

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Diego Della Valle net worth:
$1.9 Billion

Diego Della Valle Net Worth: Diego Della Valle is an Italian entrepreneur who has a net worth of $1.9 billion. Born on December 30, 1953 in Sant'Elpidio a Mare, Italy, he has continued the family tradition of shoemaking together with his brother Andrea Della Valle. His grandfather, Filippo Della Valle, established a shoemaking business in the 20s, and later, his father, Dorino Della Valle, led the company. Eventually, the family business came in the hands of the brothers, and Diego was eager enough to expand the family tradition into the now well-known Tod's in 1978. The Italian leather company is active in making luxury shoes and purses, which is successfully growing because of the increased sales of 14% in China and Hong Kong. A graduate of Law in the University of Bologna who left his law career in order to maintain the family tradition, Diego now serves as Chairman and CEO of Tod's, and together with his brother Andrea, they own 56% of the company's shares. Moreover, the Della Valle duo is a part of Piaggio & S.p.A. with 2% shares and of Bialetti Industrie SpA with 11% shares, and they also own stakes in the luxurious eyewear company Marcolin and in the U.S. retailer Saks. In addition to his interests, Diego sits on the boards of numerous companies like Banca Nacionales del Lavoro, Maserati, Ferrari and LVHM. Also, he has donated $33 million to renovations of crumbling Coliseum in Rome. What's more, Diego is the person who attacked Silvio Berlusconi publicly for over-taxing large businesses and not supporting the small ones.

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14 minutes ago, helmut_rooster said:

 

Would have thought they would cook the thing first 


shocker innit, raw but defrosted - surprised they even put it that close to their gobs

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Great, the queen of nowt is back.

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1 minute ago, vulva said:

I’ll stand corrected on this but from memory this poster is a female and called a number of things right in the past with the Mammadov and Mandaric deals. 

Trevdi9 posted a welcome back Mrs dbowl earlier so you may be right on the gender. Hopefully she has some insider knowledge and it has some validity .

It always amazes me though that this information gets to OT before any other news media. 

Although Dom is no longer at the Spar so he hasn't picked it up yet. I thought he did a decent job with Rob today on ifollow commentary.  Talked sense.

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Hopefully he will give DC the boot. :Chansiri:

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No idea if there’s owt in this , but wouldn’t surprise me 

 

He’s been up for selling since Bruce left 

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3 minutes ago, Inspector Lestrade said:
Diego Della Valle net worth:
$1.9 Billion

Diego Della Valle Net Worth: Diego Della Valle is an Italian entrepreneur who has a net worth of $1.9 billion. Born on December 30, 1953 in Sant'Elpidio a Mare, Italy, he has continued the family tradition of shoemaking together with his brother Andrea Della Valle. His grandfather, Filippo Della Valle, established a shoemaking business in the 20s, and later, his father, Dorino Della Valle, led the company. Eventually, the family business came in the hands of the brothers, and Diego was eager enough to expand the family tradition into the now well-known Tod's in 1978. The Italian leather company is active in making luxury shoes and purses, which is successfully growing because of the increased sales of 14% in China and Hong Kong. A graduate of Law in the University of Bologna who left his law career in order to maintain the family tradition, Diego now serves as Chairman and CEO of Tod's, and together with his brother Andrea, they own 56% of the company's shares. Moreover, the Della Valle duo is a part of Piaggio & S.p.A. with 2% shares and of Bialetti Industrie SpA with 11% shares, and they also own stakes in the luxurious eyewear company Marcolin and in the U.S. retailer Saks. In addition to his interests, Diego sits on the boards of numerous companies like Banca Nacionales del Lavoro, Maserati, Ferrari and LVHM. Also, he has donated $33 million to renovations of crumbling Coliseum in Rome. What's more, Diego is the person who attacked Silvio Berlusconi publicly for over-taxing large businesses and not supporting the small ones.

That's your way out DC. Take it

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Only sticking point for me is if DC drives such a hard bargain for the players he has, imagine how hard it’ll be to buy the whole club off him!

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22 minutes ago, Prince said:

Never buy cheap shoes is a motto for my life.

Well that's me souled.:ph34r:

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