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  1. Yes, the Rovers fans do still believe the debt has been capitalised even though Companies House says otherwise. And if there was no debt why does the charge over the Memorial Ground remain in place ? I think the Al-Quidis May be a family at war.
  2. Some spiv from oddschecker has us down for relegation ??? Bristol Rovers (21st) occupy the first relegation spot. I’m surprised how much respect the bookies are giving them this season. They have the Gas rated as a top 10 side and I can’t for the life of me work out why. They’ve lost their key striker Clarke-Harris and guess who was their second-top scorer in the league last season? Abu Ogogo with three goals. Everyone else managed two or fewer goals. Now someone please tell me why they are rated as a top ten side! James Daly and Jonah Ayunga are the only recognised strikers a
  3. Don't forget Alex Munro who was turned out many times for Scotland
  4. So you are sure no request has been made to extend the agreement with the current training centre venue till May 2021. And you have heard of no communications taking place which have included the phrase “uncertainty over whether the Almondsbury Training Centre will be completed” ?
  5. Have Rovers asked to extend the current temporary training venue arrangement till May 2021 because construction of the four male changing rooms, four female changing rooms and lounge bar is running behind schedule ?
  6. We only have one man's word for that and this is not how it appears at the companies registry in Jersey. And the same man seems to have forgotten to tell Companies House in England that shares have been issued to capitalise the Dwane Sports loan so their charge over the Memorial Stadium can be removed from the record. I think we might shortly be hearing from Mr Hani Al-Quidi who is not a great fan of Bristol Rovers FC and, at the moment, may not be a great fan of Mr Wael Al-Quidi.
  7. There was great rejoicing when it was announced that Rovers were substantively debt free and, apart from trade creditors and leasing etc, didn't owe the Al-Quidi's or anyone else a penny. But now it turns out we still owe the Al-Quidi's at least £ 18.4 million and probably a lot more.
  8. But does he own the club and Dwane Sports Ltd ? Or is his family still in control ? This is what was said on June 19th. But the £ 18.4 million loan owed to Dwane Sports by Bristol Rovers 1883 Ltd has not been capitalised. Firstly, Club President Wael Al Qadi has reached agreement for the acquisition of a controlling stake in our holding Company Dwane Sports from the other members of his family. This provides him with full control over Bristol Rovers (1883) Limited (BRFC1883) and Bristol Rovers Football Club Limited(BRFC). As part of this process, Wael has agreed
  9. The debt to Dwane Sports Ltd is held by the football club's parent company Bristol Rovers 1883 Ltd and that is still outstanding.
  10. Why would Mr Al-Quidi say he has paid off Rovers' debts if he hasn't ?
  11. It's desperate down on page 3, you can hardly breathe, but I think I've managed to keep a breast of all the news ? The authorities won't allow Rovers to use their training ground until all planning conditions have been met which will be sometime next year if ever and the new stadium at St Philip's is going to be built with banana skin ?
  12. That is roughly correct based on their holdings in AJIB and the hotel group and if they held significant stakes in other companies doubtless we should have been told about it in the heady days of 2016. If the President is telling trusted friends in the Bristol area that he has 100 million to spend on BRFC then either his wealth has been seriously underestimated or he has taken leave of his senses.
  13. Wael Al-Quidi has apparently let it be known he has 100 million to spend on BRFC
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