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ExiledAjax

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  1. Look at this shot map. Team at the bottom of the league ffs. I've been cold on Pearson since appointment...he's not doing much to improve my thoughts.
  2. Pick e out the stingers. Nice build up. Including from Fam.
  3. I kind of like the 4 in midfield. It may fail spectacularly but I hope it's effective.
  4. I was coming at it more from a perspective of getting us to 50+1 ownership.
  5. What if the hypothetical £5,000 covered your ST for a number of years? It's also possible to structure payments over a number of years through vesting schemes or Options - although options might not give the voting power that's desired. Also, for the shares to be considered "paid for" for accounting purposes the company only needs to receive "cash". That's cash as defined in the companies act 2006, and a promise to pay is deemed to be as good as paying, so you would not necessarily need to find people with a literal was of £50 notes in their hands.
  6. One way to do it would be to set up a new company (or a trust) possibly a community interest company*, let's call it "FanCo" for the purposes of this post. Fans get sold shares in FanCo, and FanCo then buys shares in Bristol City Holdings Ltd**. FanCo has a small board of directors/trustees and one of them is appointed as the corporate representative of FanCo for general meeting or written resolution purposes. That avoids the issue of hundreds of fans being entitled to go to an general meeting or to be sent ordinary or special resolutions. Note that as a private company there's no obligation o
  7. Get Mansion Bet to buy it for you even.
  8. @Shtanley @petehinton if my patreon £3 isn't spent on the purchase of this shirt for OSIB towers I will breakaway and form my own European Super Podcast.
  9. Huge if true. Looking forward to the next crisis: How do Guardian journalists reconcile their feelings if it turns out that BoJo saved football from The Bad Men?
  10. Can we get their U23 teams out of the EFL Trophy whilst we're at it?
  11. Fair enough. I'm happy to admire them through gritted teeth. Like Brentford they play a great style of football, and as you say Ismael (and his predecessor) have done wonders. You're correct that it hurts to see them outperform us so consistently, but that is where our club currently is. If they get the reward of a place in the top 20 then fair play.
  12. Hopefully the initiative isn't lost and this sparks some actual reform rather than everyone patting themselves on the back and going for a pint whilst Perez, Allegri and Woodward plot the new version of the ESL to be released next year.
  13. I wonder if we paid Disney to use the Star Wars IP in that little promo.
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