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Thread: An update from Alan Hardy

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    An update from Alan Hardy

    Notts County owner and chairman Alan Hardy has provided the following update to supporters regarding the takeover of the club.

    Due to increasing and understandable levels of frustration within the fanbase I would like to provide assurances that talks with prospective buyers are continuing in a constructive manner.

    An issue out of the club’s control is currently delaying matters but I am extremely confident it will be resolved so we can reach a positive outcome.

    Everyone involved is acutely aware that time is of the essence and we are working around the clock to get a deal done at the earliest opportunity.

    I'm sorry that I can't reveal more but, as is normal practice, non-disclosure agreements have been signed, limiting what I can tell you at this stage.

    Thank you for your continued support and patience.

    Alan

    Sauce: https://www.nottscountyfc.co.uk/news...update-140619/

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    Damn ! I was going to start a thread saying there would be a statement today but was afraid I'd make a prat of myself. I could have been ITK !

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    The update is that there is no update.

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    Is this the statement Leeh769 was alluding to the last couple of days?

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    So nothing new then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by apieandpint View Post
    Is this the statement Leeh769 was alluding to the last couple of days?
    Well if it was, that really wasn't worth the fuss. 'Nothing to report' seems to sum it up.

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    I’m sure he’ll say it was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snipe_pie View Post
    I’m sure he’ll say it was.
    He's already claimed it was the NEP report about the money owed to Crawley and Wycombe

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    Lip service - nothing to see here.

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    One thing that's worrying is, AH used the term "Buyers". As we currently only know about the SA group and the May group, does this mean he hasn't yet disregarded the May bid?

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    I suspect nothing is happening and Hardy is scrambling round trying to find someone to buy it.

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    I think the plural is just the fact that it isn't one person, wouldn't read much into that. Or anything at the moment

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    "Livid," doesn't even come close

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    Quote Originally Posted by cher1 View Post
    I think the plural is just the fact that it isn't one person, wouldn't read much into that. Or anything at the moment
    Its clearly not a "statement", as Alan has called it an "update".

    I would have liked him to rule out May, given all the press speculation.

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    It sounds like the deal might be dependent on some kind of planning approval. That would be an ďissue out of the clubís control ď.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frigiliana Pie 1 View Post
    It sounds like the deal might be dependent on some kind of planning approval. That would be an “issue out of the club’s control “.
    Indeed.

    https://www.nottinghampost.com/news/...urhood-2963283

    Perhaps coincidentally the government has just approved the new school to serve this proposed development so things are clearly moving forward apace, regardless of whether all this is a gigantic red herring for us or not.

    https://westbridgfordwire.com/govern...nt-basin-area/
    Last edited by SwalePie; 14-06-2019 at 10:59 AM.

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    We all know itís all due to the Haydn Green trust and redevelopment of Meadow Lane and us finding a new home.

    Ie Haydn Greens trust are protecting our future and need proper safeguards in place prior to signing away the lease.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyt1 View Post
    We all know itís all due to the Haydn Green trust and redevelopment of Meadow Lane and us finding a new home.

    Ie Haydn Greens trust are protecting our future and need proper safeguards in place prior to signing away the lease.
    Am aware that I sound like a broken record, but we owe Haydn Green such a bloody enormous debt (in the moral sense).

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    Quote Originally Posted by cher1 View Post
    Am aware that I sound like a broken record, but we owe Haydn Green such a bloody enormous debt (in the moral sense).
    Magic beans will be offered, fans will betray Hadyn's legacy again

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    To be fair, fans were, shall we say, misled, when it came to gifting their shares to Munto. Hopefully people are a bit wiser (more cynical?) now.

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