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Pompey Takeover Saga


Fitzhugh Fella

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If only they didn't want to stay in the 1900's with their fans on the board and worthless piece of paper, perhaps they could move on and bring in new money.*

 

Then they could be transparent and put strange non-accounting terms in their accounts again.

 

Although luckily, it seems the FL is a lot brighter when it comes to Accounting terms than the EPL were.

 

Looks like QPR are the next Costa Coffordia to capsize. Which may mean that the skates lose their record as the biggest administration in English Football history

 

http://www.financialfairplay.co.uk/latest-news/qpr-figures-not-all-they-seem

 

​*like wot QPR did

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What makes you say that PompeyLass?

 

In my opinion we're not ready to go up and won't be for at least 1 more season. I'd rather us take our time moving up the leagues than going gung-ho and then being in the same situation but then again, I'm a female, what do I know about football ? :rolleyes:

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More issues on the Tesco front - sounds like their distribution network has gone up the spout. A load of mothers day cards that were destined for the septic Isle have turned up in Southampton.

 

One of the cards read - this really is genuine - "To my wife, on Mothers day"

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If only they didn't want to stay in the 1900's with their fans on the board and worthless piece of paper, perhaps they could move on and bring in new money.*

 

Then they could be transparent and put strange non-accounting terms in their accounts again.

 

Although luckily, it seems the FL is a lot brighter when it comes to Accounting terms than the EPL were.

 

Looks like QPR are the next Costa Coffordia to capsize. Which may mean that the skates lose their record as the biggest administration in English Football history

 

http://www.financialfairplay.co.uk/latest-news/qpr-figures-not-all-they-seem

 

 

 

 

​*like wot QPR did

 

And the common denominator would be?

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That could be a bumpy ride ahead for QPR, I believe they were totally solvent and comfortably midtable when Harry left, not that he knew anything about the money side of things, or how his phone works.

A good spot that, and a little nostalgic.

 

It reminds me of when pompey made stuff up.

Luckily those days are long gone and we are now in an age of transparency so you don't get unusual little matey loans in the Trust accounts or donations described as shares.

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Well done boys, consolation prizes for not quite ripping up League Two.

 

Awford has set a new record, he went into the red zone on the HeroVillainometer a month ago and has popped straight back.

He can now complete the trick by going on a run of four defeats.

Go for it mush, ya legend.

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I shudder to think what the League Two Player of the Month award will do to Jed Wallace's valuation.

 

Anybody care to start the bidding at £10m?

 

And now they'll be fighting off the big clubs with a stick for Awford's services.

 

We should all be breathing a sigh of relief. If Juan Laporta wins the Barcelona presidential election in May, you can fully expect him to forget Ron and go for Awfs.

 

After all, there are so many similarities between them it's difficult to tell them apart. Both are blond, both were central defenders, both....er.....um....they both.....mmmm.....

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Our jealousy is shining through here again I'm afraid chaps.

 

Deep down we all wish that one of our managers had won the League 2 Manager Of The Month award or that one of our players had won the League 2 Player Of The Month award. If it had happened in the same month we'd still be talking about it now and we all know it.

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I'd be pretty annoyed at that manager of the month award if I was Bury's manager, they won 3 and drew 2, compared to Skates playing a match more and beating the likes of Tranmere, Hartlepool and bottom of form table Exeter.

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I'll whisper it so as not to tempt fate....but I think their season is over. :scared:

 

Unless they start delivering a level of form not achieved by anyone in the division all season, the earliest that they will be playing League One football is 17 months from now.

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I'll whisper it so as not to tempt fate....but I think their season is over. :scared:

 

Unless they start delivering a level of form not achieved by anyone in the division all season, the earliest that they will be playing League One football is 17 months from now.

 

9 wins from 11 needed...

 

Oh Noes :)

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