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A new consortium will make a bid to buy St Mirren football club early next week.

This will be a joint venture between investors in London and in the USA.

One of the men behind this new consortium is the former Tottenham player, and English internationalist Darren Anderton.

Watch this space…

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A new consortium will make a bid to buy St Mirren football club early next week.

This will be a joint venture between investors in London and in the USA.

One of the men behind this new consortium is the former Tottenham player, and English internationalist Darren Anderton.

Watch this space

Till he gets injured at the weekend and pulls out.

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A new consortium will make a bid to buy St Mirren football club early next week.

This will be a joint venture between investors in London and in the USA.

One of the men behind this new consortium is the former Tottenham player, and English internationalist Darren Anderton.

Watch this space…

Investors ?? Are you sure that is the correct terminology ??

Since when did pumping hard-earned £££ into a diddy club equate to an investment ?? Just ask Stewart Gilmour or George Campbell how their investment in St Mirren is performing for them. They could have pished their money away in Las Vegas or Monte Carlo and had some fun instead of the misery and stress they have suffered while striving to keeping St Mirren afloat.

And why do all the rumours posted on B&W Army always seem to involve a consortium ? Consortiums (consortia ?) imply a need for combined wealth from a number of rich investors. Right now St Mirren could be purchased for buttons, a pocketful of loose change for anyone who has had a vaguely successful career in football. For instance, Peter Crouch could buy St Mirren or instead he could cough up for 4 frocks for Abby Clancy. Which choice is more likely to guarantee him his Nat King Cole ?

St Mirren desperately needs a new owner but the danger is that we could be picked up by someone as a plaything (similar to Romanov ?). What we need is a mega-rich philanthropist who has a deep emotional attachment to the club and who can afford to shrug off financial losses.

If that fantasy owner doesn't exist then maybe SMISA (and safe mediocrity) is our best hope.

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Investors ?? Are you sure that is the correct terminology ??

Since when did pumping hard-earned £££ into a diddy club equate to an investment ?? Just ask Stewart Gilmour or George Campbell how their investment in St Mirren is performing for them. They could have pished their money away in Las Vegas or Monte Carlo and had some fun instead of the misery and stress they have suffered while striving to keeping St Mirren afloat.

And why do all the rumours posted on B&W Army always seem to involve a consortium ? Consortiums (consortia ?) imply a need for combined wealth from a number of rich investors. Right now St Mirren could be purchased for buttons, a pocketful of loose change for anyone who has had a vaguely successful career in football. For instance, Peter Crouch could buy St Mirren or instead he could cough up for 4 frocks for Abby Clancy. Which choice is more likely to guarantee him his Nat King Cole ?

St Mirren desperately needs a new owner but the danger is that we could be picked up by someone as a plaything (similar to Romanov ?). What we need is a mega-rich philanthropist who has a deep emotional attachment to the club and who can afford to shrug off financial losses.

If that fantasy owner doesn't exist then maybe SMISA (and safe mediocrity) is our best hope.

Careful..... There are forces at play seeking to litigate against dissenting voices!

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£10 a month to end up a laughing stock, don't think so...SMISA really are a bunch of deluded fools...

Good point mate.....why waste a tenner when you can be a laughing stock for f'ck all.

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