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Bury fan in peace, looks a shocking state of affairs, obviously we've been there a couple of times( you lot got Cunningham and Patterson for peanuts ) I don't wanna see any club go under, so hopefully it gets sorted some way or another.

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So for the sake of my ill informed admin knowledge, what happens to players contracts? Do they run on if a buyer is found after admin, or is the contract with previous owner?

 

Case here of Darlington:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/9018563/Darlington-forced-to-make-players-and-staff-redundant-after-clubs-enter-administration-for-the-third-time.html

In normal business TUPE means if so one buys from the receiver they have to take on and honour existing employees contracts

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to counter my fears over admin, even getting a buyer doesn't mean all is well............

 

even if it got us through to the summer, its still going to be carnage

 

 

ive long felt the outgoings didn't stack up against the income but i didn't realise just how out of line they are

 

my oft trotted out 3k a week wage is seemingly about 2 k more than we can afford on our income

 

 

wheres david jack, these days?

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to counter my fears over admin, even getting a buyer doesn't mean all is well............

 

even if it got us through to the summer, its still going to be carnage

 

 

ive long felt the outgoings didn't stack up against the income but i didn't realise just how out of line they are

 

my oft trotted out 3k a week wage is seemingly about 2 k more than we can afford on our income

 

 

 

 

I was thinking about this earlier.

 

So we end up getting relegated, and we are officially potless - do we still really want/need our ground?  -  I would have thought the upkeep on a ground our size would be pretty high, so does the ground become an expense we can do without? - ground share at another local club could become a possibility.

 

The Macron is arguably too big for us now, let alone if we go down to crowds of circa 8K if/when we drop a division - so if we enter administration, does and can the club walk away from the ground and look at other options?

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I was thinking about this earlier.

 

So we end up getting relegated, and we are officially potless - do we still really want/need our ground? - I would have thought the upkeep on a ground our size would be pretty high, so does the ground become an expense we can do without? - ground share at another local club could become a possibility.

 

The Macron is arguably too big for us now, let alone if we go down to crowds of circa 8K if/when we drop a division - so if we enter administration, does and can the club walk away from the ground and look at other options?

Holy Harbour?

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I was thinking about this earlier.

 

So we end up getting relegated, and we are officially potless - do we still really want/need our ground?  -  I would have thought the upkeep on a ground our size would be pretty high, so does the ground become an expense we can do without? - ground share at another local club could become a possibility.

 

The Macron is arguably too big for us now, let alone if we go down to crowds of circa 8K if/when we drop a division - so if we enter administration, does and can the club walk away from the ground and look at other options?

And play where? Bury ? Leigh? Reebok is too far for most of our fan base

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They'd shut the top tiers.

 

Keoghs still pay rent for the offices so that's covered.

 

Presume the hotel wll be sold.

 

The police/steward bill would be down as there will be fuck all there.

 

I can see the ground being sold and rented back to us Coventry style.

 

Concerts and NFL coming to the macron. Fact.

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I'm just glad some of you lot aren't in control.

You'd walk away from the stadium?!

For a couple of mil debt and running costs?

 

I'm not saying I would, I'm just putting it out there  -  I don't know if it's a possibility or not. 

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Moving from the ground is getting into Narnia territory

 

We've got a few years of pain ahead, that's all. The debt is small, it's the running costs that are scary.

 

It'll take a while, but by 2019, our next Bruce Rioch will be in charge and we'll be back gunning up the leagues

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The team have been generally crap this season (you get what you pay for), but if you were a player at BWFC now would you risk a hamstring or go into a full-blooded tackle, knowing you could be looking for a club in January?  The fact that they are playing without pay is commendable but could any of us, hand on heart, say we would risk our livelihood by sustaining a bad injury?

 

Points won't matter after the 12-point deduction.   Imagine what Max Clayton must be thinking.   And does Zach Clough's 4-year deal have any relevance when the phoenix rises from the ashes?

 

There was a mass exit from Portsmouth.  The first team squad is generally crap, but now it seems that many of us will get our wish and see more of the kids playing (unless of course the best of these lads get scooped up by Bury or Wigan).

 

Believe it or not I am a die-hard, long-standing Bolton fan, but I am also realist. The manager looks like he could be gone too.

 

I am sure many of you will see a bright side to all of this - fresh start, etc.

 

Your ray of sunshine

 

Henry

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I reckon stuff will end up alreet...

 

So what if we go down?

 

We just need to stop signing players on stupid contracts and spend whatever we have coming in.

 

There will be people who lose their jobs, that was always gonna happen after relegation from the premier league and parachute payments stop.

 

A re-assesment of the club is needed by someone who has an idea of running a business.

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