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Thread: Manure grossly over rated and over valued compared to Toon

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    Manure grossly over rated and over valued compared to Toon

    Just been looking at the figures for the proposed take over of Everton plus debts and was astonished to see what Ratcliffe had paid for his 27.7% share of Manure plus the Glasers debts.

    He paid 1.3 billion for 27.7% which values Manure at 4.69

    That means that our lot buying a debt free club for 305 million have got this club for less than one fifte-enth the valuation of Manure and free of debt into the bargain.

    The only financial difference I can see is perhaps Old Trafford is a freehold ground ( I don't know whether it is or not) and SJP is leased by the club from the Freemen of the City. But come on 15 1/2 times the value of a debt laden monstrosity such as that. Either Ratcliffe is out of his mind or some sort of financial shenanigans are going on.

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    That should read Manure at 4.69 billion, second paragraph

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    Quote Originally Posted by ex_pat_magpie View Post
    That should read Manure at 4.69 billion, second paragraph
    Jassim Al Thani the brother of the Emir of Qatar Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani was quoted $6Billion to buy the club outright.

    My friends here in Qatar who are close to those who work for the Royal Family were insulted by the demands of the Glazers as their top level analysists value the filth at 3.5Billion based on revenue, debt, failed aged infrastructure and lower tier player squad value.

    Rat Face has purchased a lemon. He and his mob know zero about football and they are gonna make things a lot worse than the Glazers ever did. Perhaps this is his strategy, to hammer the club to drop the share price further so they can buy out the Glazers on the cheap.

    He strikes me as that kind of cheap skate from what I've seen so far.

    The man is loathsome, a wrinkled ball bag of Ashley proportions.

    Who's got the popcorn. Watching this train wreck circle the drain with all the other turds is all I dreamed about at a younger man.

    However, in my dream, Ronaldo's Knee exploded ending his career at 21 causing Fergi to have a massive heart attack and dies on the touchline.

    Too much information? haha

    This was a genuine thought of mine, first time I've written this down. I'm a bad person haha

    In my defense I lived in Manchester for 10 yr.

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    But yes to respond to your point Pat mate, their value is totally over inflated. Potentially criminally so.

    However, it's the red filth so the law doesn't apply to them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragatino View Post
    But yes to respond to your point Pat mate, their value is totally over inflated. Potentially criminally so.

    However, it's the red filth so the law doesn't apply to them
    I prefer your answers in your first reply Rago. Quite revealing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ex_pat_magpie View Post
    I prefer your answers in your first reply Rago. Quite revealing.
    hahaha nice one Pat.

    I'm sure the 'football world would have mourned the loss of a great budding talent and the passing of a managerial great'.

    In the Raga household we'd have been partying like it was NYE 1999 hahaha

    I don't waste my time, energy or emotions hating things or people. However, I reserve a special kind of dislike for that cheating corrupt club, that cheating manager.

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    https://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/spor...pular-29384300

    Rat-Face rattles his jaw once more. This man is a deflated ball sack version of Fat C-Ashley. They're gonna run the filth like Sports Direct. The Salford sewer rats aren't gonna like that. Their Prawn Sandwich mob will be packing up and shuffling off to The Etihad en mass once they start using the home brand Mayo instead of Hellmann's. That will be the final straw.

    Looking forward to seeing the 'Boycott' that never happened. Will be delicious to see OT with 10,000 empty seats. Oh wait their all fake fans in their little green and yellow scarf. Long may the demise continue, the slower and more painful the better.

    Sir Jim's comments, and the manner of Manchester United's pursuit, did not go down well on Tyneside after Ashworth was sounded out long before Newcastle were even formally contacted. However, you suspect that did not bother the billionaire.

    "At Manchester United, I'm having to do some things which are unpopular," he told Bloomberg. "But I'm happy to do it in a political environment in a way. At the end of the day, doing difficult things and a degree of unpopularity in a funny sort of way might make you more popular because somebody is seeing that you're standing up and making some difficult decisions rather than just blowing with the wind a bit. I don't know. Time will tell."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragatino View Post
    https://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/spor...pular-29384300

    Rat-Face rattles his jaw once more. This man is a deflated ball sack version of Fat C-Ashley. They're gonna run the filth like Sports Direct. The Salford sewer rats aren't gonna like that. Their Prawn Sandwich mob will be packing up and shuffling off to The Etihad en mass once they start using the home brand Mayo instead of Hellmann's. That will be the final straw.

    Looking forward to seeing the 'Boycott' that never happened. Will be delicious to see OT with 10,000 empty seats. Oh wait their all fake fans in their little green and yellow scarf. Long may the demise continue, the slower and more painful the better.

    Sir Jim's comments, and the manner of Manchester United's pursuit, did not go down well on Tyneside after Ashworth was sounded out long before Newcastle were even formally contacted. However, you suspect that did not bother the billionaire.

    "At Manchester United, I'm having to do some things which are unpopular," he told Bloomberg. "But I'm happy to do it in a political environment in a way. At the end of the day, doing difficult things and a degree of unpopularity in a funny sort of way might make you more popular because somebody is seeing that you're standing up and making some difficult decisions rather than just blowing with the wind a bit. I don't know. Time will tell."
    😆

    There, there Raga its OK, you are safe now and the bad mans gone away.

    😆

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