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sicko2ndbest

  • Sickothreadsgoingnowhere
Re: Ashley now owns NUFC - 93.19% shares gained.
« Reply #3325 on: Monday 16 July 2007, 05:04:00 PM »
Big Sam saying on SSN that basically while the takeover is good the new owners are causing him to miss out on targets because of their reluctancy to release funds until internal inquiry is over!

 :(
Wishes he was Interpolic

Invicta_Toon

Re: Ashley now owns NUFC - 93.19% shares gained.
« Reply #3326 on: Monday 16 July 2007, 05:06:00 PM »
Big Sam saying on SSN that basically while the takeover is good the new owners are causing him to miss out on targets because of their reluctancy to release funds until internal inquiry is over!

 :(

he didn't say that, he said failure to move quickly. he has funds

elbee909

Re: Ashley now owns NUFC - 93.19% shares gained.
« Reply #3327 on: Monday 16 July 2007, 05:24:34 PM »

Did you consider us to be such "failures" when we were playing in the Champions League ?


The same person(s) appointing Souness and Roeder after having appointed Robson should tell you enough about the general trajectory we were on under Shepherd.

FACT OFF, MOTHER FACTER!

As in major shareholders ? Unless you also foolishly think they idly stand by and allow someone else to run the multi million pound company where they have the biggest stake  mackems.gif

Ok.  Who were they then?

mackems.gif mackems.gif mackems.gif

Incidentally, you keep harping on about how Shepherd should receive credit if Allardryce is successful, for appointing him.  Apparently not though, that'll be those major shareholders who get credit for that, yep?

Re: Ashley now owns NUFC - 93.19% shares gained.
« Reply #3328 on: Monday 16 July 2007, 05:28:31 PM »

Did you consider us to be such "failures" when we were playing in the Champions League ?


The same person(s) appointing Souness and Roeder after having appointed Robson should tell you enough about the general trajectory we were on under Shepherd.

FACT OFF, MOTHER FACTER!

As in major shareholders ? Unless you also foolishly think they idly stand by and allow someone else to run the multi million pound company where they have the biggest stake  mackems.gif

Ok.  Who were they then?

mackems.gif mackems.gif mackems.gif

THE f***ing HALLS!!!

 :lol:

Re: Ashley now owns NUFC - 93.19% shares gained.
« Reply #3329 on: Monday 16 July 2007, 05:30:35 PM »
:lol:

PWNED!!

elbee909

Re: Ashley now owns NUFC - 93.19% shares gained.
« Reply #3330 on: Monday 16 July 2007, 05:31:58 PM »

Did you consider us to be such "failures" when we were playing in the Champions League ?


The same person(s) appointing Souness and Roeder after having appointed Robson should tell you enough about the general trajectory we were on under Shepherd.

FACT OFF, MOTHER FACTER!

As in major shareholders ? Unless you also foolishly think they idly stand by and allow someone else to run the multi million pound company where they have the biggest stake  mackems.gif

Ok.  Who were they then?

mackems.gif mackems.gif mackems.gif

THE f***ing HALLS!!!

 :lol:

Was a bit rhetorical there, heh :)

sicko2ndbest

  • Sickothreadsgoingnowhere
Re: Ashley now owns NUFC - 93.19% shares gained.
« Reply #3331 on: Monday 16 July 2007, 05:34:28 PM »
Big Sam saying on SSN that basically while the takeover is good the new owners are causing him to miss out on targets because of their reluctancy to release funds until internal inquiry is over!

 :(

he didn't say that, he said failure to move quickly. he has funds

I'm positive he said something along the lines of:

With the big changearound that has happened with the new owners coming in, they have yet to understand the need to move quickly in the market because of other things they are pursuing, i understand that but need to move quicker. Some of the players have come and gone but others will become availible
Wishes he was Interpolic

Invicta_Toon

Re: Ashley now owns NUFC - 93.19% shares gained.
« Reply #3332 on: Monday 16 July 2007, 05:35:32 PM »
Big Sam saying on SSN that basically while the takeover is good the new owners are causing him to miss out on targets because of their reluctancy to release funds until internal inquiry is over!

 :(

he didn't say that, he said failure to move quickly. he has funds

I'm positive he said something along the lines of:

With the big changearound that has happened with the new owners coming in, they have yet to understand the need to move quickly in the market because of other things they are pursuing, i understand that but need to move quicker. Some of the players have come and gone but others will become availible

and?

NE5

  • In Zumba Bumba Land
Re: Ashley now owns NUFC - 93.19% shares gained.
« Reply #3333 on: Monday 16 July 2007, 05:49:25 PM »

Did you consider us to be such "failures" when we were playing in the Champions League ?


The same person(s) appointing Souness and Roeder after having appointed Robson should tell you enough about the general trajectory we were on under Shepherd.

FACT OFF, MOTHER FACTER!

As in major shareholders ? Unless you also foolishly think they idly stand by and allow someone else to run the multi million pound company where they have the biggest stake  mackems.gif

Ok.  Who were they then?

mackems.gif mackems.gif mackems.gif

THE f***ing HALLS!!!

 :lol:

don't know whether to laugh or cry  :cheesy:
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Re: Ashley now owns NUFC - 93.19% shares gained.
« Reply #3334 on: Wednesday 18 July 2007, 09:26:25 AM »
I thought this might get delayed, but NUFC have been delisted from the LSE, as of 8am today.

http://www.londonstockexchange.com/LSECWS/IFSPages/MarketNewsPopup.aspx?id=1533201&source=RNShttp://

There is another thread on 'delisting' - but it only seems right to take this old thread all the way through to it's logical conclusion!

Re: Ashley now owns NUFC - 93.19% shares gained.
« Reply #3335 on: Wednesday 18 July 2007, 06:19:30 PM »
I thought this might get delayed, but NUFC have been delisted from the LSE, as of 8am today.

http://www.londonstockexchange.com/LSECWS/IFSPages/MarketNewsPopup.aspx?id=1533201&source=RNShttp://

There is another thread on 'delisting' - but it only seems right to take this old thread all the way through to it's logical conclusion!

I think the thread should now be locked, it's all over now.
"Hello, Bobby," he once greeted his England captain, Bryan Robson.

"I'm Bryan," the skipper replied. "You're Bobby."

JH

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Re: Ashley now owns NUFC - 93.19% shares gained.
« Reply #3336 on: Wednesday 18 July 2007, 06:29:24 PM »
This thread has come to its conclusion now, Mick's right.

Locked. Move discussion to 'Newcastle delisted from the Stock Exchange - Official' thread - http://www.newcastle-online.com/nufcforum/index.php?topic=42840.0