10 September 2020 at 5:21 pm #189286
But we just make sure we pay our donations to the supporters club. We cannot stop making donations or we die and that is unthinkable. I’m happy to keep paying in coz I know that payments to the SC means that Fester the fat faced f…er cannot get his greasy grabbing paws on it. Keep the faith in the SC lads and keep giving if you can. We fight for Wigan Athletic10 September 2020 at 7:44 pm #189287cup winnersPlayer
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They are a law into themselves no one is in charge of them. Basically sell what they can when they feel like it at whatever price anyone offers.
We need answers, straight forward answers regarding “why” so many have backed out from buying the club. The worlds full of million/billionaires looking for a pop at English football. And, were the fcuk are the local guys ???
I predict Bryne leaves for less than 500k and Morsey the same more raping and pillaging of our club by the scum parasitic cnuts13 September 2020 at 11:48 am #189332BullittPlayer
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Stop dicking about and get it sold ffs!
Fuck the EFL13 September 2020 at 12:01 pm #189333
No way Fester the fat faced fuckwit will accept that . We are in serious trouble if this report is true.13 September 2020 at 2:40 pm #189334laticssince78Player
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Considering the assets that have been sold in front of their eyes while they’re negotiating a takeover the americans should be be given everything left for that price.13 September 2020 at 5:56 pm #189335LordofBrewtownPlayer
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Considering the assets that have been sold in front of their eyes while they’re negotiating a takeover the americans should be be given everything left for that price.
If this is turned down, and the worst case scenario ensues, I would be willing to contribute to a new crowdfunder solely for the purposes of funding top notch legal experts to look into the EFL, administrators, and everything else.13 September 2020 at 8:02 pm #189336EdwardsPlayer
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Thats a great idea but unfortunately the cost would be astronomical and the administrators know it.
The whole situation stinks it does need properly looking at as there is a conflict of interest where any administrators will profit from dragging things out.
One crumb of hope I carry is that if we liquidate Begbies don’t get paid, so they won’t want to let that happen after spending what feels like forever handling our affairs.13 September 2020 at 9:34 pm #189337
The club is worth £1. I don’t see how the sale of players affects that, other than reducing the debts.
It’s 500k for the training ground and £3m for the stadium. Again, not sure how the sale of players lowers those fees.
The fact the Americans don’t seem willing to pay it does worry me as to how serious they are.13 September 2020 at 10:24 pm #189338bigroyPlayer
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Don’t know how the sale of players affect it? Because it doesn’t come separately. If you bought a house and they ripped out the bathroom and kitchen you might want that reflecting in the price. Why would anyone pay 3 million for an asset that loses so much?14 September 2020 at 8:16 am #189339
The price is £1 roy. How much lower can it go?
The stadium and Christopher Park are two totally different companies. The assets of the football club are the players. They have valued it at £1. What price do you suggest?14 September 2020 at 8:35 am #189340
The thing is egg the Yanks made an offer of 5 million some 3 weeks ago admin then sold off more assets so the offer was reduced accordingly. Why didn’t they accept that 5 mill offer knowing that once everything had been signed any remaining debt including their fee would have been paid by the new owners. I’m in total agreement that this needs seriously looking into. From the day we were took over by Choi and his pet rat to this time we have been grossly mismanaged and stripped to the bare bones.14 September 2020 at 10:27 am #189341
I don’t think at that time the debt was covered by that though was it? My understanding is that their bid has always been lower than the actual monies needed to buy the lot and/or cover the debts.
I’m also not sure why all of a sudden everybody wants us to sell the stadium separately when a few weeks ago it was going ro cripple us if we did that.14 September 2020 at 11:27 am #189342Super Stuart BarlowPlayer
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Last week they wanted the club without the stadium and this week they’ve bid £1.5m below the asking price. And these are our saviours?14 September 2020 at 2:06 pm #189346
I dont think for one minute the Yanks are the owners for us but if its them or liquidation then bring on the Yanks.
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