stagmanrob wrote:They've had talk of an American buying them.
Then there was talk of the Bulgarian bloke who owns Ludogorets buying them.
I can't for the life of me see why anyone would want to buy a club in massive debt, that has no assets, and are staring relegation to the Non-League in the face with a possibility of getting relegated further.
They need to get a bit of realism about them. It'd take somebody seriously rich, seriously stupid, or in a best case scenario for them, a combination of both, for any takeover to happen.
Also living in the shadow of a club that has announced a major development to take place. In a city that can't support two largish clubs. Unless it would be a tax dodge/money laundering, fraudulent set up..........that's never happened there before has it
I remember a lot of cash being waved by fans at their home games in the Munto era.
They seriously need a John Radford type, a local man who is a fan with deep pockets.........and there are loads of them about