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    So, It's started


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    It appears his empire was suffering during covid, so took advantage of the Club’s strong cash position! He promises to pay it back before the end of the year !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titchfieldbaggie View Post
    Sorry posted the same after you.

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    It started a lot longer ago Imo.

    The sales of Hegazi and Perraira to dodgy clubs in oil rich countries for under their market value meant we got low amounts (ridiculously low Mp's case) declared as the transfer fees we received, whilst Lai pocketed the difference between their actual market value and we actually got.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaggieBlood View Post
    It started a lot longer ago Imo.

    The sales of Hegazi and Perraira to dodgy clubs in oil rich countries for under their market value meant we got low amounts (ridiculously low Mp's case) declared as the transfer fees we received, whilst Lai pocketed the difference between their actual market value and we actually got.


    Totally agree Blood! The bald c unt robbed Lai and for sure it's pay back time for him! Interestingly, I spoke to Joseph Massi in person who confirmed he's far from the billionaire everyone thinks! Can you imagine fat c unt Mike Ashley taking a paltry 5 million from one company to prop up another?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaggieBlood View Post
    It started a lot longer ago Imo.

    The sales of Hegazi and Perraira to dodgy clubs in oil rich countries for under their market value meant we got low amounts (ridiculously low Mp's case) declared as the transfer fees we received, whilst Lai pocketed the difference between their actual market value and we actually got.
    Certainly the Hegazi sale was surrounded in controversy, with our Manager/Coach categorically announcing that Hegazi was definitely staying the day before his transfer was officially confirmed ! Very suspicious in hindsight and of course attributing to our Manager’s dismissal.

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    It appears very odd to me that somebody who is supposed to be worth the money that he is worth has to borrow a mere 4.9 million. Something isn't right!

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