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seasider Offline
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The Gazette can now reveal the company behind this bid is Havensight Capital, a company based in the Virgin Islands, and it is thought they are still trying to do a deal with Owen Oyston.

However, while an offer was reported to be on the table, it involved the interested party leasing the Bloomfield Road stadium as part of the deal.

Oyston claimed on April 26 that the club had reached an agreement with an unnamed investment group but, over a month on, no further details have been revealed.

Belokon, meanwhile, intends to continue legal enforcement action to recoup the funds he is still owed.

His lawyers, Clifford Chance, are awaiting a further court hearing to approve orders of sale.

Twenty-four properties are due to be sent to auction, along with shares in seven companies.

Among them is Blackpool Football Club (Properties) Limited, Oyston’s company that owns the football club, Bloomfield Road stadium, Squires Gate training ground and the Travelodge hotel.

Read more at: https://www.blackpoolgazette.co.uk/sport...-1-9188481
https://www.blackpoolgazette.co.uk/sport...-1-9188481
01-06-2018 07:34
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TheSteed Offline
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RE: Havensight
Quote:The Firm specializes in investing in stellar consumer product companies that have, either, a technological advantage, or, have the potential to be exceptionally disruptive in their respective markets. The Firm seeks to actively maximize the potential of each, and every investment.

So this is either nonsense, or everyone needs to stay away from Havensight Capitol because they are really crap at their job.
01-06-2018 07:52
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How the hell do you be disruptive in sports. In other businesses consumers will switch between companies freely. Not so much in sports.

Seriously, seriously hope we swerve any bullshit like this,
01-06-2018 10:21
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TheSteed Offline
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(01-06-2018 10:21)foggy Wrote:  How the hell do you be disruptive in sports. In other businesses consumers will switch between companies freely. Not so much in sports.

Seriously, seriously hope we swerve any bullshit like this,

Pretty sure the Gazette have shit the bed on this one.
01-06-2018 11:16
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(01-06-2018 11:16)TheSteed Wrote:  Pretty sure the Gazette have shit the bed on this one.

All the article confirms is no one can buy the club that owes £24m

On the brightside.... Belokon, meanwhile, intends to continue legal enforcement action to recoup the funds he is still owed.

His lawyers, Clifford Chance, are awaiting a further court hearing to approve orders of sale.

Twenty-four properties are due to be sent to auction, along with shares in seven companies.

Among them is Blackpool Football Club (Properties) Limited, Oyston’s company that owns the football club, Bloomfield Road stadium, Squires Gate training ground and the Travelodge hotel.

Especially the last paragraph.
01-06-2018 13:14
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