"ONE DEADLINE PASSES-BUT SUPPORTERS GROUP IS STILL HOPING FOR 'MEDIATION' WITH SWANS OWNERS"............
Apparently the deadline passed on August 20th.
What also interested me was the threat of other-different-extra legal action just so the Trust can gain requested/required information deemed vital.
"But the Trust are ready to take legal action in order to obtain access to certain documents related to the takeover, should a request to see those papers not be granted in the coming days. "As part of the mediation process, the Trust requested access to various pieces of documentation relating to the 2016 sale," the statement continued. "These documents have not yet been received. On the advice of our legal team, the Trust board has instructed our lawyers to initiate legal action to obtain access to these documents, unless they are provided within a further 7 days. "This is a limited legal action specifically to obtain access to these documents. It is not the same as undertaking legal action relating to the sale itself and its impact on the Trust’s shareholding.
The clubs inept clown of a D.O.F and his collaborating scouting department should be run out of the club ASAP. WTF is going on i.e. sign this guy from Falkirk to loan him back! Something is seriously wrong here?
Quote Cork: Of the decision to sell him, and going on to pick up international honours, he added:
"I think it maybe wasn’t his (Clement's) decision. "They bought me for £1.5million, the bid came in from Burnley, which was a lot more than they paid, and they were obviously trying to raise money to bring more midfield players in.
Quote: "That is because, for decades, the Labour Party has taken people for granted in Wales – just as it has in other communities across Britain."
Maybe this is the time that the chickens finally came home to roost? Wales ignored by Cardiff centric and Cardiff biased Welsh Labour. The end result of Welsh Labour economic partition thats only priority has been Cardiff and SE Wales. Looks like keep em poor to keep em voting Labour strategy has outlived its purpose?
Neil Ashton's opinion that is hardly complimentary.
Huw’s Up Swanee (Title)
Huw Jenkins knew the score when he flogged 68 per cent of the shares in Swansea City to American investors in July. “You greedy bastard, get out of our club” was the chant ringing around the Liberty when they went 3-0 down to Manchester United last Sunday.
Most people would cut and run. But Jenkins took on an advisory role with the new owners to keep up appearances. Little wonder he looks so uncomfortable, fidgeting in his seat in the directors’ box.
The Swans look bored of life in the Premier League, running out of ideas after five years in the top flight. The players have lost their motivation. Sadly for the fading Swans the same can be said for Jenkins.