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munkle Offline
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(11-03-2018 10:18)Hero-of-the-night Wrote:  Waste of popcorn lad, the shitbag won’t turn back up for a few days.

Been out all day. Back now.
11-03-2018 17:09
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(11-03-2018 17:09)munkle Wrote:  Been out all day. Back now.

Announcing your arrival?!
Jesus.
11-03-2018 17:14
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(11-03-2018 17:14)Hero-of-the-night Wrote:  Announcing your arrival?!
Jesus.

If that’s the name you want to give me, I can’t stop you.
11-03-2018 17:45
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Ha Ha
11-03-2018 19:21
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(10-03-2018 13:56)Hero-of-the-night Wrote:  I appreciate that we are supposed to some compassion to other clubs but, does anyone really give a fuck about some non league bag of shit?

It’s not like they are a historical part of football like us.
Well I would rather watch a Sunday league game down the road from me at moor park than give the parasite family a penny.
11-03-2018 19:50
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(11-03-2018 19:50)McPoolmob Wrote:  Well I would rather watch a Sunday league game down the road from me at moor park than give the parasite family a penny.

I think we would all agree with that pal.
11-03-2018 20:14
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RE: New Buyer.
Back on topic please!
12-03-2018 08:20
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(12-03-2018 08:20)seasider Wrote:  Back on topic please!

What’s the topic again?
12-03-2018 08:30
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Some imaginary buyer.
12-03-2018 08:36
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(09-03-2018 12:21)McPoolmob Wrote:  An overseas-based private equity firm has lodged firm interest in buying Blackpool Football Club. But The Gazette understands that, while an offer is on the table for the club, it involves the interested party leasing the Bloomfield Road stadium as part of the deal. Rumours have circulated that relations have broken down with Owen, left, and his son Karl This would be a deeply unpopular move among Blackpool’s fanbase who have made it abundantly clear they want no Oyston involvement in the future of their football club. As it stands, the club is being advertised for sale as two different entities: the club and its properties. What's Hot in Interiors for 2018? From Velvet Sofas to Terrazzo Tiles, check out these must-have interior trends for 2018. Promoted by ​Arlo&Jacob While it remains unclear whether the stadium would remain under Oyston ownership in a prospective buyout or be sold to a separate buyer, both would be risky scenarios. League Two side Coventry City have experienced issues with their controversial owners Sisu leasing the Ricoh Arena stadium from the local council. ADVERTISING The situation reared its head during the 2013/14 season when Coventry were forced to play their home games at Northampton Town’s Sixfields ground - 40 miles away from their home. It is now owned by Rugby Union side Wasps, which bought it from the council in 2014. More recently, non-league outfit Dulwich Hamlet have been threatened with eviction from their ground by the property investment fund which owns the Champion Hill stadium. Dulwich were handed an unanticipated bill for back rent of £121,000 on Monday evening with the threat of a winding-up order to follow within 21 days, and were served notice that their licence to play at the stadium had been terminated with immediate effect. This latest development in the ongoing saga at Blackpool Football Club follows claims made in a national newspaper that an American group, separate to the private equity firm, is also interested in taking over. The Gazette understands five or six separate parties remain interested, although one obstacle remains: Owen Oyston. The story, published in the Daily Mail, also claims Karl Oyston, the club’s former chairman, has written to both the EFL and the FA to claim his own father isn’t fit to run the football club. It is claimed Karl has written to football’s main governing bodies to express concerns at Owen’s handling of the club following November’s High Court judgement. Former director Valeri Belokon was awarded £31.27m after it was found the Oystons had illegitimately stripped the football club of funds following its promotion to the Premier League in 2010. Justice Marcus Smith found the Latvian had been ‘unfairly prejudiced’ and the club was put up for sale four days later. Belokon is still owed in the region of £25m after the Oystons missed January’s deadline to pay the second £10m instalment. That led to bailiffs being sent to Bloomfield Road on Monday, on behalf of Belokon, as well as Oyston’s Quernmore Park Hall estate in Lancaster. The Mail claims Karl wants a sale to limit the amount of family assets picked off by Belokon. These claims come after Karl made a surprise intervention in the most recent court hearing last month - emailing the judge to confirm that realistic offers for Oyston-owned properties had been rejected by his father. This comes in the midst of a bitter family feud between Karl, who was sacked as chairman in January, and his father Owen. Karl’s son Sam also left his role as chief executive in February having spent just 28 days in the job. Owen’s daughter Natalie is currently employed as the club’s chairwoman. When contacted by The Gazette, the EFL said they were in no position to comment on private correspondence. The FA, meanwhile, declined to comment while Karl Oyston failed to respond.

Read more at: https://www.blackpoolgazette.co.uk/news/...-1-9055598

I've known about this for weeks
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Blackpool_Fan Offline
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I want Uncle VAL to be the new owner.
14-03-2018 00:03
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(14-03-2018 00:03)Blackpool_Fan Wrote:  I want Uncle VAL to be the new owner.

Would you ? Val i mean ?
14-03-2018 00:05
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(14-03-2018 00:05)Highfield_hunk Wrote:  Would you ? Val i mean ?

Makes sense that the person whom the club's immediate future depends on takes over the mantle.

Even if it is only a brief stay, say a few years, Valeri sorting the club out and ridding us of the Oystons will be enough to secure his legendary status on the Fylde Coast.
14-03-2018 00:15
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I think he’s already got legendary status mate.
14-03-2018 04:23
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