The majority shareholding in the club was up for sale for 7 years! Eventually the shareholding was purchased by Gordon Scott and SMiSA in July 2016 with almost 1300 supporters contributing to the successful bid.
This forum is now really just an archive of some of the threads that took place in that 7 year period. ps; Anyone mentions the Argies they get banned.
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Mate its like us winning the SPL, just like Tony Says, imagine, its easy (John Lennon) a successful manager getting the push at Saints, however in CRs case they didn't just finish top 6 then finished first, they beat the super powers only losing to 2 teams all season Pool and Arsenal............... They were the inspiration, the underdog, and now of course they have made themselves look like the prats they are. Remembering that they won 7 out of last 9 league games the season before and then sacked Pearson............
Its obvious the owners are in this for just money ............... one day the SKY money will go , the foreign investment, the ridiculous high wages and the fact that even with all that money, so called English clubs cant compete with Euro elite, geez Spurs cant even beat the 4th best Belgian team..................
Leicester's feat was more amazing as it wasn't bankrolled like Blackburns, it obvious the CRs downfall was loyalty to players who repaid him with dross
As I said, hope they go down
Jeremy Corbyn has just received one from ScotLab leader Kezia Dugdale.........
Some slight consolation in that UKIP didn't win Stoke Central although the prospect of a Tory hegemony focussing on the needs of LondonLand is hardly an appealing prospect.