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2 hours ago, pahowl said:

We also do not have full details of the charge, it is assumed that it is solely about the timing of the sale of the stadium.

They may be disputing the valuation (as in Derby''s case)

 

Anyone know what is happening to the charges against Derby which were levied before ours?

I have always presumed it covers both 

 

Derby case seems to have gone quiet

 

Maguire getting excited because they had not yet filed accounts that were due end of June 

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2 hours ago, soldierboyblue said:

FFS we have not fiddled the books, where are the criminal charges if we have and where is the evidence to support your post? We have done nothing wrong in the eyes of the law

Im just putting it how they see it.

Dry your eyes mate...

Im on the same side of the club not against it...

 

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13 minutes ago, Ante's Bubbly said:

 

The irony of it has brought tears of laughter to my eyes too, but the new tablets are helping a lot!

You have to laugh mate.

 

This whole episode is just soooo

 

Sheffield Wednesday.

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2 minutes ago, @owlstalk said:



Not really


The bookies don't know anything

 

It's the exchange so nothing to do with bookies setting odds. Exchanges tend to give a better insight but of course it's no guarantee that anyone actually knows anything. 

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2 minutes ago, @owlstalk said:



Not really


The bookies don't know anything

Plus Betfair aren’t a bookie in the truest sense, just facilitating people betting against each other.

cant see relegation markets with many of the mainstream bookies, probably because it’s  all such a mess and they don’t know what’s happening!

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1 minute ago, @owlstalk said:



Not really


The bookies don't know anything

Just covering their backsides in case of the worst case scenario and points deducted. No need to go by bookies on this.

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1 minute ago, jamese said:

Plus Betfair aren’t a bookie in the truest sense, just facilitating people betting against each other.

cant see relegation markets with many of the mainstream bookies, probably because it’s  all such a mess and they don’t know what’s happening!

 

 

been on William Hill and can't find any odd for relegation.

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52 minutes ago, Steve Down South said:

Such a bad idea Dan (in my humble opinion).  At least by taking any deduction next season we have a chance of staying up with new manager and new players.  Go down this season and we may be gone for years - no guarantee League 1 even happens next season.

 

Good point, without fans allowed back half of clubs could fold. 

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6 minutes ago, Ferkorf said:

Im just putting it how they see it.

Dry your eyes mate...

Im on the same side of the club not against it...

 

They way who sees it - HMRC and the the legal powers in the country have not charged us. So I'll ask again how who sees it?

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10 minutes ago, @owlstalk said:



Not really


The bookies don't know anything

It's alright lads it's me lumping on.

Gi Rowett money back.

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4 minutes ago, matt68owls said:

 

 

been on William Hill and can't find any odd for relegation.

Nothing on Sky or Coral either. They won’t be offering a market as they won’t want to get burned. Betfair on the other hand, they win whatever the outcome on the exchanges so will continue to offer

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11 minutes ago, @owlstalk said:



Not really


The bookies don't know anything


Agreed. Those odds represent what we already know, if we get a deduction, we’re down, if we don’t, we’re safe.

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