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The £6.4m loan secured against Hillsborough


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4 hours ago, stanningtonowl said:

 

Park on my drive for £4. I’m not using it I’m at the match. (It’s an hour walk to the ground though so get there early). 


Love the undercutting! 

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1 hour ago, ANDY said:

It’s now 1 week since this debt should have been paid. 
 

the silence is deafening 

 

 

 

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As previously said in this thread and others about this, if your screen shot is from companies house then it can take months to be updated 

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50 minutes ago, PARKOWL said:

As previously said in this thread and others about this, if your screen shot is from companies house then it can take months to be updated 


 

so what day/date can we start to worry about this ?

 

november ?

 

december ?

 

 

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1 minute ago, ANDY said:


 

so what day/date can we start to worry about this ?

 

november ?

 

december ?

 

 

I would join the others in this thread and start now Andy. Just think what sort of a frenzy you can have worked yourself up in too by the time you find out. Then you can have a really angry outburst about how “ you knew all long”, or a massive feeling relief, like when you need a dump and just make it to the bog in time. 

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5 minutes ago, ANDY said:


 

so what day/date can we start to worry about this ?

 

november ?

 

december ?

 

 


Never worry about anything you can’t control.  It’s detrimental to your mental health.

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42 minutes ago, ANDY said:


 

so what day/date can we start to worry about this ?

 

november ?

 

december ?

 

 

No idea mate, you can start worrying when ever you want although it seems you are already,

I was merely just pointing out that the companies house website isn't the quickest to update so probably isn't the best thing to go on 

 

Personally I will start to look into it and worry IF there is any announcement from either the club or the finance company to say we haven't paid it or agreed any other deal and until then its all just speculation and assumptions that lets be honest 95% of us know nothing about 

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3 hours ago, ANDY said:


 

so what day/date can we start to worry about this ?

 

november ?

 

december ?

 

 

What is worrying going to achieve, there is sod all we can do and worrying only impacts on you,!!?? 

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I think when you turn up for a home game and realise you are unable to get into the ground because the new owners have locked the team, the club and the fans out of the ground that will be an obvious sign..

 

A loan on an asset needs repaying on time, or the asset is seized and sold to the highest bidder. so the lender can get their money back, if that bidder is a supermarket, housing developer, business they don't care all the are bothered about is getting their £6.4m back. We have not lent from a bank we have leant from a private lender they can basically do what they want. 

 

Its does not matter if the ground has stood for 126 years, if Aldi want to knock it down and build a big supermarket there they will because the former owner thought he knew better and forgot to pay the loan back on time.

 

Of course this could all be rectified by someone at the club bothering about those fans that paid their money to the club to watch the games and buy the merchandise, but as long as he has your money you are all just customers to him.

 

The only time the club ever get in touch is they want you money.

 

And to think there are people on here that think Mike Ashley would be a step down to the muppet we already have.

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53 minutes ago, room0035 said:

I think when you turn up for a home game and realise you are unable to get into the ground because the new owners have locked the team, the club and the fans out of the ground that will be an obvious sign..

 

A loan on an asset needs repaying on time, or the asset is seized and sold to the highest bidder. so the lender can get their money back, if that bidder is a supermarket, housing developer, business they don't care all the are bothered about is getting their £6.4m back. We have not lent from a bank we have leant from a private lender they can basically do what they want. 

 

Its does not matter if the ground has stood for 126 years, if Aldi want to knock it down and build a big supermarket there they will because the former owner thought he knew better and forgot to pay the loan back on time.

 

Of course this could all be rectified by someone at the club bothering about those fans that paid their money to the club to watch the games and buy the merchandise, but as long as he has your money you are all just customers to him.

 

The only time the club ever get in touch is they want you money.

 

And to think there are people on here that think Mike Ashley would be a step down to the muppet we already have.


 

at least I’m not alone in thinking this could go horribly wrong , very quickly. 
 

the Chansiri apologists and “it’ll be alreyt” brigade seem to want to close their eyes and pretend it’s not happening. 

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28 minutes ago, ANDY said:


 

at least I’m not alone in thinking this could go horribly wrong , very quickly. 
 

the Chansiri apologists and “it’ll be alreyt” brigade seem to want to close their eyes and pretend it’s not happening. 

 

What is worrying about it on here going to do though?

 

Maybe you could get in touch with one of the intrepid journalists that report on us and they could ask the club for any update on this? 

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1 minute ago, hirstyboywonder said:

 

What is worrying about it on here going to do though?

 

Maybe you could get in touch with one of the intrepid journalists that report on us and they could ask the club for any update on this? 


 

 

@YesWeCrann has

 

hes been told everything is ok

 

just like everything was ok before the embargo’s etc etc 

 

 

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3 minutes ago, ANDY said:


 

 

@YesWeCrann has

 

hes been told everything is ok

 

just like everything was ok before the embargo’s etc etc 

 

 

 

What can we do then?

 

I don't think it is the case that our fans aren't concerned by this, it's just that we don't really know anything about what is happening in this regard behind the scenes and what implications it could have. 

 

Until there is something concrete to comment on most fans are more concerned by what interest them most - the team that they watch play. 

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