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1 minute ago, mkowl said:

Tbf Nigel I think its slightly different.

 

the debt was a company liability- perfectly normal in a share purchase agreement to keep it

 

Interest has been funded

 

The lenders got spooked 

 

To appease he offered security

 

Yep exactly.

 

Also having a lot of cash doesn't mean you necessarily use it.  Leveraging debt is perfectly normal in the business world and can make sense. It just feels a bit spooky as it's tied to the stadium and there's been instances in the past of Football clubs losing the stadium.

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1 minute ago, mogbad said:


Thanks for the response. Wouldn’t the historic debt show in the accounts each year?

Yes - but might just be in other creditors. If its not secured then no reason to disclose.

 

I know historically the loans that MM took out were not referenced in the accounts as I thought they should be 

 

But its not unusual. If you buy the shares in a company you take it on warts n all

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8 minutes ago, @owlstalk said:

On the fans

 

Minority of the fans try to damage the club. I do this to help the club so they don’t have the trouble of FFP.

Everything I try to do is the best for my club.

What are the minority of fans doing beside moaning or being negative? The majority of the fans are amazing.

It’s just a minority.

If you don’t like me, that’s fine. Just don’t damage the club.

I had a very big sponsor. It would have been very big for this club. It was almost finished.

It was an eight to nine figure. The principle was agreed but that team went and found information on social media.

I told them it was minor but at the end they refused me. It made me very upset.

I am not blaming the fans but it’s the facts. I talked with a big one and they agreed with me in principle.

Here we go...

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1 minute ago, StudentOwl said:

So it IS our fault... hmmmmm... 

Only if your in the minority and not the majority 😉

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2 minutes ago, Grandad said:

Yes

 

The only significant portion was the 2.5m loan note repayment to Dave Allen.


When MM bought the club it was restructured to with an immediate  0.75m payment to DA as part of the sale of shares, and a further 0.75m repayable upon promotion to the Premier League

 

As far a I'm aware that agreement still exists, but as above its only 750k now.

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What lessons have you learned?
 

I have learnt every day since I have been here.

I have been here almost six years. I know more enough to talk with the ones who say they are experts and have been in football for 15 to 20 years.

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1 minute ago, 0114 said:

Is he saying we cost him a £10m + deal? 😂

 

Under no circumstances did a deal go down the toilet because a few fans on Twitter moaned about the club. 

It would do if it was confidential and someone leaked it. 

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3 minutes ago, ANDY said:


 

do we still owe Dave Allen a wedge. Repayable in full on promotion to prem 

Seem to remember he was due on promotion or 2020, whichever came first.   Is my memory correct?

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2 minutes ago, 0114 said:

Is he saying we cost him a £10m + deal? 😂

 

Under no circumstances did a deal go down the toilet because a few fans on Twitter moaned about the club. 

 


If that IS the case it's a direct result of how he's run the club and what's happened as a result

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Sorry, can we be absolutely crystal clear here:

 

According to Dejphon Chansiri, negative Wednesday fans on the internet cost the club anywhere between £10,000,000 and £999,999,999 in revenue via sponsorship.

 

Have I got that right? lol 

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1 minute ago, @owlstalk said:



What lessons have you learned?
 

I have learnt every day since I have been here.

I have been here almost six years. I know more enough to talk with the ones who say they are experts and have been in football for 15 to 20 years.

That’ll be me😏

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