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Deatils of the new owners/lenders to Football Ventures starting to emerge on Companies House website this morning..

The model appears to be up to half a dozen people putting money in.  It feels more stable to me than being in hock to one person.  If one drops out it should be easier to find another one willing to put in a few million rather than buying a whole club.

 

https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/11761052/charges

 

 

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A Derby winner still in training over fences at the age of 42, ridden by an 85yo amateur jockey who’s yet to ride under rules? I just don’t see it.   

Mainly cos you're a pair of tedious bellends

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1 hour ago, TrickyTrotter said:

Deatils of the new owners/lenders to Football Ventures starting to emerge on Companies House website this morning..

The model appears to be up to half a dozen people putting money in.  It feels more stable to me than being in hock to one person.  If one drops out it should be easier to find another one willing to put in a few million rather than buying a whole club.

 

https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/11761052/charges

 

 

Who are they? One has occupation as housekeeper, What do these documents actually mean? 

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I'm only seeing Sharon and a guy called Nick Lucock who when I Google him appears to be an Australian travel entrepreneur. I haven't found much on him but his group seem to have acquired a hotel last year so assuming that it's the same fella may explain why the hotel was so important to FV.

Edit:- Different Luckock (note the spelling). When I spell it as shown at companies house I get somebody from HG Capital, more likely to be him I guess.

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Can't imagine there are £40m of assets to secure against.

Club was £24m and hotel £7.4m

I don't believe Maguire is at all correct about that.

£20m perhaps more believable I would suggest.

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considering the club doesnt generate any real income, i have no idea how ms brittan and mr luckock expect to be paid back within 3 years!

no doubt there will be a forcasts, but as ken before made the mistake, no way can they count on promotion or even crowd money to raise running costs.

unless we are gonna tinker along paying peanuts. fans will love that!

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5 minutes ago, Sluffy said:

Can't imagine there are £40m of assets to secure against.

Club was £24m and hotel £7.4m

I don't believe Maguire is at all correct about that.

£20m perhaps more believable I would suggest.

Amazing 

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9 minutes ago, HomerJay said:

With the blink of an eye, you finally see the light

Sorry, I have no idea what you are talking about?

Maguire tweets that £40m investment  is secured against FV assets.

FV has just bought all the assets for around £30m.

Whose going to secure £40m of their money on £30m worth of assets?

More likely to me that the security is against one lot of £20m invested (no idea if the figure is correct but lets take it as such for now) rather than TWO lots of £20m as Maguire states.

 

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