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Littleboroughblue Posted on 11/11/2019 19:31
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Well our so called owner has reaped what he sowed. By not paying staff our first team would now be at home to afc fylde in. The 2nd round a winnable tie with a good payout then a possible major third round. Sleep well tonight amar don’t count sheep count the pound signs which by your disgraceful attitude to our club you are missing out on
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imlosingit Posted on 11/11/2019 20:05
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Was thinking the same.Amar is a complete disgrace..
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4evermacc Posted on 13/11/2019 13:06
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FFS.

Short memories.

Who do you think paid for the coaches for 6000 people to go to Chelsea (out of his own pocket)

In my opinion he has given everything he can to the club and for whatever business reason he is no longer able to keep putting his hand in his pocket for the club.

Can we at least show some respect.
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BrokenX Posted on 13/11/2019 13:19
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FA Cup match ticket revenues are split between the clubs. Every extra Macc fan that got to that game would have been worth more to the club than the nominal net cost of a seat on a coach. Therefore that gesture, welcome though it was, was not generosity, but shrewd business.

As it turned out, Chelsea let us keep 100% of receipts from tickets we sold, so even better.

I have defended Amar in the past, but his present non communication is unacceptable. The problem for as long as I can remember is that the animosity towards him from some supporters is fuelled or exaggerated by racism more than objective assessment of his actions. That has clouded arguments both for and against him.
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AP_Macc Posted on 13/11/2019 13:24
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Didn't that get covered by a betting company in the end? However I haven't forgotten the money put in at the start of the reign and there should rightly be gratitude for that.

But I'd ask in return, who appointed Steve King and the governance structure that seemingly left us financially devastated? Who lambasted players publicly for pursuing wages they were owed? And didn't pay them because he could, but when the court forced him to?

Others may have short memories, but you have a very selective one.
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Askey14 Posted on 13/11/2019 13:53
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"In my opinion he has given everything he can to the club and for whatever business reason he is no longer able to keep putting his hand in his pocket for the club."

"Can we at least show some respect."

No.

Amar Alkadhi is not merely some generous benefactor who has fallen on hard times.

Unfortunately a lot of people do not seem to realise where some of his money came from and how MTFC benefited from that.
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WhirleyMacc Posted on 13/11/2019 14:02
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I think the vast majority of people (myself included) don't know where the money came from. Are you able to shed any light to help?
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4evermacc Posted on 13/11/2019 14:33
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Please enlighten us Mr Askey.



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silkmenman Posted on 13/11/2019 15:08
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Yeah come on, sick of people hinting about information they have but then not actually saying it. Grow up Askey14.
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The_Boss Posted on 13/11/2019 16:00
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There does seem to be a lot of people "in the know" but actually willing to share very little. Also there's those that think they're "in the know" but actually know XXXXXX all.
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imlosingit Posted on 13/11/2019 17:14
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Bish bish put the free coaches on and stood with the fans when he was at the club.I am not showing any gratitude to Amartya what so ever.he ruined the club and the faster the better when he's gone whatever the outcome. ..
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crazyface Posted on 14/11/2019 10:53
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"Bish bish put the free coaches on and stood with the fans when he was at the club.I am not showing any gratitude to Amartya what so ever.he ruined the club and the faster the better when he's gone whatever the outcome. .."

Is this some sort of code?

Where did Amar get his money?

How much has been offered currently?

Why would Amar not pay the players / staff when he knows he has to?

Amar made a very bad decision when he appointed King and let him throw away all the money we had from the Chelsea game. He's paying for it now.

But does anyone really think he wants all this hassle? He's obviously skint, as his business dealing seem to be as good as his football decisions, but is hanging on to his one last asset. Wouldn't you? There's much more to this than we'll ever know and no amount of whining will help matters. Look at Bury. Did it help them? Money must be found, and it appears (according to rumor) that it is a lot more than most sensible people would offer.
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LancsMacc Posted on 14/11/2019 12:28
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If Amar’s skint, which does seem the case, he needs to be realistic with the valuation for his ‘last asset’, sell up, move on and become less skint. He's been slowly running MTFC down now over several years, it isn't worth what it was 15 years ago. Debt, loans, sold the ground, neglected stadium, no reserve team, skeleton staff, alienated local businesses and supporters, thrown out the training ground, continuously paying late, court appearances, lots of bad press etc. This has all happened under his watch! Since taking full control of the club, (who on earth sanctioned that?!), we’ve been lucky to get any meaningful communication at all, and when we do its usually via other sources and not the OS. Call that ‘whining’ if you like, but we deserve much much better than this.
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oilboil Posted on 14/11/2019 16:01
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The problem is how we calculate wealth, at present Amar isn't insolvent because his debts in RAMY are underwritten by the "value" of MTFC (note the ironic use of quotations).

If he sells MTFC for less than the loans, they become real losses and not just a paper loss. This then affects his cashflow.

For him unless there is an offer that clears RAMY's debts there is no difference between a bid for £1 and a bid for £2m, either way he still crystalises a multi-million loss in the accounts of RAMY
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metz1984 Posted on 14/11/2019 20:18
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Tammy,XXXXXXin dumbbell Tammy more like.thats if Mr CF and co have anything to do with it,struth..
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