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OO wanted £40m. He was offered £10m and the Turks would pay VB £26.3m.
VB turned the deal down.
Well hopefully Owen won't have a say on the valuation in three weeks time.
Yes, but why would any genuine buyer come out and say "the club is worth £12million" without having done anything other than speak to (without meeting) a former player?This is another VSport/Wesley Schneider PR exercise, my money is on it being a Disley arranged smokescreen.
seasider wrote:Preston just spoiling the Saturday. 2-0 up at Stoke. What a win that would be for them.
Fucking Potts again!
Is nobody else questioning why a potential investor has publicly placed a value on the club without having negotiated anything, without having looked in to club finance in detail, without being from the area, having never actually met the man fronting the "bid" and coincidentally ahead of an oncoming court date?
This is Owen Oyston delaying things, or at least desperately trying to inflate the value of the club.
They are having a 'community' day against Gillingham and tickets are a fiver. They have sold over 20,000. Not sure if that is related to their ongoing problems.
You have the likes of Hull, Bolton, Charlton, etc who are protesting against their owners but their troubles are not in the same league as Blackpool's and Coventry's.
You forget Blackburn's big protest against their owners. Until they got promoted.
The judge actually said that Belokons share in the club was equal so the Oystons should have paid the same out of the club to him as they did to themselves.
Why would any sane businessman say that’s ok, you keep all the money you took out and just use mine?
You wouldn't. What I don't grasp is why the award was an additional £31m to come out of the club, rather than awarding Belokon an equal share of the Oyston's £31m?
From PNE Online:
It may not be the most popular opinion but Justice Marcus Smith saw that Valeri was owed the same equal share as the Oystons. The right thing to do, if you truly loved the club would be to ensure the money was repaid to club accounts, rather than insist on taking away an equal share OUT of our club.
The High Court has confirmed to The Gazette that an application has been made to the court for a hearing, which will be heard during a three-day window between February 11 and February 13.
A Court Receiver would be brought in to discharge the assets of Owen and Karl Oyston as well as Segesta - which owns Blackpool FC, the stadium, the training ground as well as the Travelodge and Quernmore Hall.
Were a Receiver to be appointed, this would be an unprecedented move in English football and would involve a lot of uncertainty, involving the potential threat of a 12-point deduction by the EFL.
I thought Karl had come to an agreement with Valeri and had paid £600,000ish to no longer be any part of this?
Why? Even if this long process was ever to be successful, by the time it actually gets implimented Owen Oyston will have been cremated and the club will be owned by Natalie Christopher anyway so it won't make the slightest difference.
Might as well spend the £2000 on a drone and crash it in to a wall.