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Strip away the parachute payments
#21
The thing with this Asset stripping is that surely if he flogs all of the assets that will just affect the price he can sell us for and surely makes us a much worse purchase for anybody else.

More likely he'll copy Dr Dickhead down the road and try to keep a stake but shack up with someone who may be willing to invest a bit?
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#22
(11-09-2018, 08:28 AM)Pneumann Wrote: I think the only way Lai gets his money back is if we go up. Without the parachutes our value, priced competitively, would be not much more than Wigan. Even if Lai decides to asset-strip (which worries me) he will easily have lost into nine figures.

The idea that there''s some angel dust blowing off our wings and into academy or real estate  stuff in China is a stretch too far. How the F many of our first team regulars have made it through our vaunted academy?

So, Lai probably paid over the top, but as long as we were in the Prumpionship his investment was covered. As others have written, he really need s promotion to regain his asset value and the propositional value of the club for China.

You work for the club so you would say that! 

Yours the Tin Foil Man
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#23
its pulis' fault
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#24
The Chinese Yuan has lost around 10% of it's value since Lai acquired the club, so he "only" needs to raise £135M to claw his cash back.
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#25
Palm's share price is at it's lowest for 8 years currently.
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#26
(11-09-2018, 12:25 PM)MGalea Wrote: Palm's share price is at it's lowest for 8 years currently.

It’s the lack of youth team players getting in our first team.
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#27
(11-09-2018, 12:25 PM)MGalea Wrote: Palm's share price is at it's lowest for 8 years currently.

Zhang!
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