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Early business 12:50 - Jan 9 with 5520 viewsdeanscfc

Just wanted to say how great it is that the club have concluded their January business early to help us with the essential games coming up and ensure that new players can train and blend in with the side.

Also, how great it is to see the Americans put money into the club to take us to the next level. They are very wise in knowing their £100m investment would certainly be reduced in worth to less than £15m had they failed to invest to keep us safe and strong in this league.

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Early business on 16:41 - Jan 12 with 983 viewsOldjack

Early business on 16:19 - Jan 12 by Highjack

Apparently a 2 million pound deal was agreed but Fulham added a £3 million booking fee onto the transaction.


haaaa a taste of their own medicine and it's us fans that lose out again ,bastards!

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Early business on 21:17 - Jan 12 with 844 viewsKilkennyjack

Early business on 16:19 - Jan 12 by Highjack

Apparently a 2 million pound deal was agreed but Fulham added a £3 million booking fee onto the transaction.


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Early business on 00:25 - Jan 13 with 798 viewsPentyrchJack

Early business on 12:31 - Jan 11 by Oldjack

Is this old news ?


Why would we need to take out a loan when transfer money in is new income, unless the shameless sellouts pocketed some of the transfer fee
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Early business on 06:01 - Jan 13 with 747 viewswobbly

I think we've all learned as football supporters, when you've got more often than not one owner, or a group of owners, that have very little attachment or affinity to the club, now and again you are going to have problems.

But I think it's up to the supporters to stand as one and they hold the key to sorting it all out.
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Early business on 08:14 - Jan 13 with 713 viewsPawelAbbott

Early business on 00:25 - Jan 13 by PentyrchJack

Why would we need to take out a loan when transfer money in is new income, unless the shameless sellouts pocketed some of the transfer fee


It is an advance on the August 2019 payment of the Gylfi fee from Everton.
The deal looks to have been 4 payments of 9.6M.
It does make it look as though we either have serious cash flow problems or they have arranged a large amount of future cash brought into the business accounts now for some other purchase.
Player purchases would require some percentage up front and the rest in deferred payments. But, as we haven't spent anything then that is a lot of money sitting in accounts.
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Early business on 13:39 - Jan 13 with 629 viewswaynekerr55

Early business on 08:14 - Jan 13 by PawelAbbott

It is an advance on the August 2019 payment of the Gylfi fee from Everton.
The deal looks to have been 4 payments of 9.6M.
It does make it look as though we either have serious cash flow problems or they have arranged a large amount of future cash brought into the business accounts now for some other purchase.
Player purchases would require some percentage up front and the rest in deferred payments. But, as we haven't spent anything then that is a lot of money sitting in accounts.


Cashflow issues were well known about, yet Jenkins and co awarded themselves 100% pay rises pre share sale.


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Early business on 14:41 - Jan 13 with 587 viewsOldjack

Early business on 00:25 - Jan 13 by PentyrchJack

Why would we need to take out a loan when transfer money in is new income, unless the shameless sellouts pocketed some of the transfer fee


I want to know where that 30 + mill left over from the summer has gone

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Early business on 14:55 - Jan 13 with 553 viewsPawelAbbott

Early business on 14:41 - Jan 13 by Oldjack

I want to know where that 30 + mill left over from the summer has gone


That 30M isn't paid up in cash but in instalments over several years.
But, looking at the payments we receive, then I assume we make our payments the same way.
There is no big lump of cash waiting to be spent but should be enough for initial payments and to balance loans. If the 9.6M is for transfers and we pay 25% up front like Everton have then we should be able to spend way over 20M this month
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Early business on 14:57 - Jan 13 with 550 viewsOldjack

Early business on 14:55 - Jan 13 by PawelAbbott

That 30M isn't paid up in cash but in instalments over several years.
But, looking at the payments we receive, then I assume we make our payments the same way.
There is no big lump of cash waiting to be spent but should be enough for initial payments and to balance loans. If the 9.6M is for transfers and we pay 25% up front like Everton have then we should be able to spend way over 20M this month


cheers ,spend it and pray

Prosser the Tosser dwells on Phil's bum hole like a rusty old hemorrhoid ,fact You Greedy Bastards Get Out Of OUR Club!

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