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'as it bin dun? - Sharon Brittan meets Bolton supporters (God help us!)

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Sluffy

Sluffy
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I'm amazed she didn't run for the hills after meeting some of our Dingles!!!

Sluffy

Sluffy
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But a little bit more seriously perhaps…?

Natasha Whittam

Natasha Whittam
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:I'm amazed she didn't run for the hills after meeting some of our Dingles!!!

Who are these "dingles"?

All I saw was a passionate bunch of Bolton fans who wanted to get behind their football team despite all the shite that has been going on over the last few years.

Perhaps if you'd been to a game in the last 20 years you might understand.

Hipster_Nebula

Hipster_Nebula
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
I'd have asked her why she was shaking my hand. 

Wouldn't have had a clue who she was.

RangersDave

RangersDave
David Ngog
David Ngog
Is Sharon Brittan putting any money into the club, or just her 'expertise' in asset management?
My opinion of asset management 'specialists' is that they build to sell.

Christ this is dragging out, and not doing the fans or team any good.
Do BW need a safety certificate for the home game or do they have one in place already?

I have to say this and sorry if it seems overtly negative as think i have made my views known previously i dont want to see anything negative happen to BW (unlike the Accrington owner apparently), but i am worried about asset stripping. That car park would make a great redevelopment site...perfect for shops, station and motorway, add a hotel to that which is already there, and boom, buy, develop, sell.....move on. Like fecking locusts.

Seen it plenty of times before. turn up and act as saviours to the club and fans, get fan boys on side to deal with any online negativity, and start their evil plans.

Fingers crossed here guys and gals.
Cheers
Dave

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Tony Kelly
Tony Kelly
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:
Christ this is dragging out, and not doing the fans or team any good.
Do BW need a safety certificate for the home game or do they have one in place already?

They were given on a match by match basis at the end of last season because Ken wasn't paying stewards, turnstile operators, ticket staff, st johns ambulance etc. The administrators have mysteriously found the money to pay these people so that shouldn't be a problem
As of now, no tickets have gone on sale for either home or away fans for Saturdays home match v Coventry.No season tickets have been sold either.
Whether the match will go ahead i dunno.

RangersDave

RangersDave
David Ngog
David Ngog
Can i ask someone far more experienced than myself here, about Saturdays tickets...and season tickets.

If a club is in administration, then basically doesnt all income go to the big melting pot to pay creditors?
if so, then any income from tickets for saturday or season tickets would do the same, until said admin has officially been staved off.

Ot i've been photographing too many boobalicious models  and it's addled my poor brain. lol

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Sluffy

Sluffy
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Can i ask someone far more experienced than myself here, about Saturdays tickets...and season tickets.

If a club is in administration, then basically doesnt all income go to the big melting pot to pay creditors?
if so, then any income from tickets for saturday or season tickets would do the same, until said admin has officially been staved off.

Or i've been photographing too many boobalicious models  and it's addled my poor brain. lol

Not exactly.

The Administrators job is basically to do his best for the creditors and the best in our case is to sell off the club (not the company) as a viable business. In order to do that he needs to keep the business trading, so any income from the match will be used to help keep the business afloat until a sale is concluded.

Afterwards any money left from the match will go to help pay off the creditors (after he's taken his fees first!).

PS he can't sell ST's on the basis that he is selling goods that he is guaranteeing - what that means is ST's are for a full seasons home matches but the Administrator is only guaranteeing that the next home match is being played and will be long gone before the end of the season - so payment will be for one match at a time until the new owner takes charge.

RangersDave

RangersDave
David Ngog
David Ngog
Thanks mate,

Tood you it was my addled brain, but oh those boooooooooooooobs lol  bounce

And she's a Bolton girl too :clap:

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