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Investing In Club

By Hitchin Callling19/7 10:43Fri Jul 19 10:43:29 2019

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Good piece on BBC Sport-

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/49003836

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By Freemo19/7 17:05Fri Jul 19 17:05:30 2019In response to Investing In ClubTop of thread

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"Shareholders, of which around 700 registered an interest, also get voting rights - albeit proportionate, as Wallace will maintain as much as 86% of the club - and will be consulted on things such as kit design and stadium plans."

It all makes sense now.

Edited by Freemo at 17:05:52 on 19th July 2019

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By Sev19/7 18:42Fri Jul 19 18:42:38 2019In response to Re: Investing In ClubTop of thread

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The kits would've been decided before the new share offer was done. Maybe next year we will see shareholder input.

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By Freemo19/7 19:03Fri Jul 19 19:03:08 2019In response to Re: Investing In ClubTop of thread

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What could possibly motivate people to want to spend their hard-earned cash on having approval for our kit? Oh, I see.

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By Ratman4619/7 17:19Fri Jul 19 17:19:03 2019In response to Re: Investing In ClubTop of thread

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Shame these new shareholders couldn't vote on the new badge...

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By Owen19/7 10:46Fri Jul 19 10:46:46 2019In response to Investing In ClubTop of thread

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This is why I'm delighted Mr Wallace is running the club.

"This is my hobby, I don't do this for any other reason. I'm not developing land, I don't have any ulterior motives and I'm not doing it to make money."

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By Sev19/7 13:26Fri Jul 19 13:26:20 2019In response to Re: Investing In ClubTop of thread

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I'm more than happy with PW, always have been. After the Victor Green era and potential of having no club he has always been held in high regard. I do know some people who have a different opinion though I'm not entirely sure what their argument is, I think it's because they believe he is actually doing it to profiteer.

I worry when he leaves or sells up what will happen. For the time being we know we've got stability with sustainable ambition.

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By Ratman4620/7 08:45Sat Jul 20 08:45:40 2019In response to Re: Investing In ClubTop of thread

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Agree

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By Roulette Len20/7 07:40Sat Jul 20 07:40:15 2019In response to Re: Investing In ClubTop of thread

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Some, not too many, are just "haters".

No matter what the club do, three or four will always be spitefully critical and be misanthropic.

Will commonsense make a comeback?

Way of the world, unfortunately.

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By Deano (deanos13)19/7 13:37Fri Jul 19 13:37:31 2019In response to Re: Investing In ClubTop of thread

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In conversation I find its people that usually want to pay less to get in, that think he's in it for their money.

Edited by deanos13 at 13:37:56 on 19th July 2019

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By Cruffers19/7 15:36Fri Jul 19 15:36:53 2019In response to Re: Investing In ClubTop of thread

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I think we’d struggle to find a better owner at our level.

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By Bladders (BALDOCKBORO)19/7 14:21Fri Jul 19 14:21:54 2019In response to Re: Investing In ClubTop of thread

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Comet journalists you mean ;)

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By Donnellyrd (Donnelly)20/7 11:55Sat Jul 20 11:55:20 2019In response to Re: Investing In ClubTop of thread

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We must credit the Journalist for letting you use he’s unofficial title on this forum

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