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paul moy

Norwich to be nationalised ?

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10 minutes ago, king canary said:

Jesus Christ...

Nope same initials but Jeremy Corbyn!

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There is literally zero suggestion that he wants to nationalise football teams. He's talking about fan ownership, which by your logic would mean that Barcelona and Real Madrid are nationalised.

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2 minutes ago, king canary said:

There is literally zero suggestion that he wants to nationalise football teams. He's talking about fan ownership, which by your logic would mean that Barcelona and Real Madrid are nationalised.

If he has any way of getting hold of those billions in the football industry he will IMO.

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34 minutes ago, king canary said:

Jesus Christ...

As has been said before, even Jesus would give up with Mad Moy.

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I get the feeling Corbyn is commenting on something he knows nothing about on this one. If you're going to point at 'billionaire owners ruining football clubs', i'm not sure the best example to use is Mike Ashley....

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Put your political bias to one side, if you can, and ask yourselves if you can disagree in any way with this statement.

“Clubs are part of the social fabric that binds us together. They are too important to be left in the hands of bad owners who put their business interests ahead of everything else, marginalise supporters and even put the financial security of clubs at risk.”

“Sport must be run in the interests of those who participate in it, follow it and love it, not just for the privileged and wealthy few."

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Has it not already been nationalised by our own local socialists? 

I thought you would like that Vince. All that Government money pumped into buying foreign stars. Shut the academy and build a Chinese Restaurant on it.

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On 20/10/2019 at 10:56, paul moy said:

If he has any way of getting hold of those billions in the football industry he will IMO.

He is going to need £1tn to fund his spending pledges so football will have to make up the shortfall once taxpayers have been bled dry. 

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On 20/10/2019 at 11:57, Herman said:

Put your political bias to one side, if you can, and ask yourselves if you can disagree in any way with this statement.

“Clubs are part of the social fabric that binds us together. They are too important to be left in the hands of bad owners who put their business interests ahead of everything else, marginalise supporters and even put the financial security of clubs at risk.”

“Sport must be run in the interests of those who participate in it, follow it and love it, not just for the privileged and wealthy few."

Exactly the comments I was going to copy from the article! It's an interesting theory and also, one would think, would perhaps help protect clubs. So, those who all of a sudden get a stinking rich investor (Chinese or otherwise) who can then pull their money out as soon as they get bored, leaving the club in serious trouble in most instances, would be protected, for example.

I don't think it would ever be allowed to happen, actually.

Also, The Bow Group commenting on it! Lol! What a bunch of dingus brains.

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On 20/10/2019 at 11:57, Herman said:

Put your political bias to one side, if you can, and ask yourselves if you can disagree in any way with this statement.

“Clubs are part of the social fabric that binds us together. They are too important to be left in the hands of bad owners who put their business interests ahead of everything else, marginalise supporters and even put the financial security of clubs at risk.”

“Sport must be run in the interests of those who participate in it, follow it and love it, not just for the privileged and wealthy few."

Yes, do you know what a truism is Herman?

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The article mentions that government interference is prohibited under FIFA rules, although I’m not sure whether FIFA rules apply to league football, or just international governing bodies.

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now some of you will have an idea the loony stuff he puts up on the brexit thread

apologies to all as he appears to have got out and is now on here

someone must have left a door unlocked 👨‍⚕️🚑

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30 minutes ago, Ian said:

Yes, do you know what a truism is Herman?

Left back for Leyton Orient, mid 50s?!

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On 20/10/2019 at 11:57, Herman said:

Put your political bias to one side, if you can, and ask yourselves if you can disagree in any way with this statement.

“Clubs are part of the social fabric that binds us together. They are too important to be left in the hands of bad owners who put their business interests ahead of everything else, marginalise supporters and even put the financial security of clubs at risk.”

“Sport must be run in the interests of those who participate in it, follow it and love it, not just for the privileged and wealthy few."

Yeah but where do facts and logic get you? Sajid “the economic benefits of Brexit are self-evident” Javid is clearly untroubled by them.

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Don't you just know a general Election is on the horizon when politicians start making  noises concerning football in an attempt to win votes.

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