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7 minutes ago, Southie_Owl said:


Cheers mate, we’re a bit nervous but honestly can’t wait for the little one to arrive now. And at least I will have something else to preoccupy my summer than worrying about the fate of our club 🙂

You could call the baby Admin.

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46 minutes ago, Mountain Owl said:

Not sure he understands that football is different to every other kind of business. Its a massive gamble, you roll the dice and can win or lose big time. However you should only put in what you are prepared to lose as the assets become practically worthless if defeated. The chances of recouperation are practically nil.

 

Chansiri doesn't understand any kind of business.

 

He's just a stupid rich kid throwing away his family's money.

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2 minutes ago, owlinexile said:

 

Chansiri doesn't understand any kind of business.

 

He's just a stupid rich kid throwing away his family's money.

The family have pulled the plug, that's why we're in the poo  

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4 minutes ago, Asio otus said:

At the moment if things stay as they any punishment incurred will on effect us.

Point deductions is s fan punishment as though fans have not been punished enough

Everything is a fan punishment.

 

Especially as Chansiri can write losses of against Thai tax and has stadium.

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35 minutes ago, JLB99 said:

 

Not like you to try and belittle people who don't offer anything other than an anti Chansiri suggestion! 

 

Who was it who said, on numerous occasions, that an insult against DC is not an insult against the Ccub? Therefore aren't the club and DC separate entities? So simple question is the money owed to the players by the Club and not by DC personally? Even if he wanted to/ is capable of paying them personally is he allowed to under the rules set out by EFL? 


 

 

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Just now, Hornsby said:

Everything is a fan punishment.

 

Especially as Chansiri can write losses of against Thai tax and has stadium.

Where is the Thai tax  ruling you keep mentioning?

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29 minutes ago, Adamjack said:

I actually forced myself to check this lol. I knew it wasn't tweeted but its one of them were you after just check 

 

what do your spidey senses tell you about this one?


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2 minutes ago, Asio otus said:

Where is the Thai tax  ruling you keep mentioning?

1981 UK, Thai tax treaty.

 

Twas Lee Stafford and another poster on here who alerted us to this beauty.

 

Only fans lose out.

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5 minutes ago, Hornsby said:

Everything is a fan punishment.

 

Especially as Chansiri can write losses of against Thai tax and has stadium.

 

It has to be the least cost-effective way ever of acquiring a smallish piece of land on a flood plain in an unfashionable part of an unfashionable post-industrial city.

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Chansiri is not broke. He just is not going to put anymore money into us, and he is not going to sell unless someone meets his ridiculous asking price. He does not 'love' wednesday or care about the fans, we are nothing more than a stock to him.

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1 minute ago, owlinexile said:

 

It has to be the least cost-effective way ever of acquiring a smallish piece of land on a flood plain in an unfashionable part of an unfashionable post-industrial city.

 

Well, we are talking about Chansiri, here...

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3 minutes ago, Hornsby said:

1981 UK, Thai tax treaty.

 

Twas Lee Stafford and another poster on here who alerted us to this beauty.

 

Only fans lose out.

What’s only fans got to do with it? I thought that was that social muck site lol...

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8 minutes ago, owlinexile said:

 

It has to be the least cost-effective way ever of acquiring a smallish piece of land on a flood plain in an unfashionable part of an unfashionable post-industrial city.

With a £90 million income stream.

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10 minutes ago, Hornsby said:

1981 UK, Thai tax treaty.

 

Twas Lee Stafford and another poster on here who alerted us to this beauty.

 

Only fans lose out.

Still makes no sense, there are many tax treaties between Uk and other countries. 

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Just now, Asio otus said:

Still makes no sense, there are many tax treaties between Uk and other countries. 

And many doing similar tax planning.

 

Phil Greene in Monaco maybe.

 

Not unique, just softens blow to Chansiris.

 

Screw fans and players .

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