Can the Huns really survive this

Torrancetim

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After Aberdeen saying they are struggling and the virus could cost them 5 million pounds , can the Huns who are the only football team in Scotland listed as a going concern, who needed 10 million to finish the season , who have no bank or credit facilities , who have not kit sponsors or commercial revenue , no match day revenues ,, they must be paying out huge sums of money on wages etc , the question is not about how we finish the league but will the tribute act still be in the league
Had a look on hollow hollow and they are salivating at the thought of Aberdeen struggling , could it happen again ?
 

Digger

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They have always been supported by the unseen as they don't want thier flagship to sink however as the current situation as put a damper on thier income so will be reluctant to fork out to sevco,people like theses are quite happy to show thier wealth when cash flows inwards but as as the flow slows or stop they retreat into thier inner sanctum with deaf ears watch out for the collecting tins
 

mlaff1979

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With the way their fans are gloating about the plight of other clubs it would be poetic justice if they were the first to go pop. They really do see this global pandemic as some sort of divine intervention. They think it stops 9IAR in it’s tracks and they think it will kill off a few of their perceived enemies. They’re vermin and it really would be sweet if they were the first to suffer.
 
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Spherical Planet

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Even with their mysterious access to whatever funding they have, the reality is that whoever is ploughing cash into them is going to be affected by the crash that this virus is going to inevitably cause.

These backers are going to need their own assets to be liquid to cover the impact of the hit they are about to take and no amount of 'laundering' is going to make that money instantly accessible.

The point of laundering money is to redirect it through several cycles and to place it into a financial maze where it becomes almost impossible to trace to one point of origin. The problem with using this method, is that it takes years before that money is back in circulation again. Those investors need that money NOW, so the blue laundrette should effectively be running dry at the moment.

Con-men are usually quite adept at playing the short game, but you have to be a borderline genius to make the long-con work. I could be wrong, but I think there is a decided lack of borderline geniuses operating out of the tinderbox at the moment.

I hope their insurance policy is watertight too. I mean it would be unfortunate if there was an accidental fire at the stadium or something like another type of "force majeure" along the way.

TUPE or not TUPE? That is the question.
 

Torrancetim

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Even with their mysterious access to whatever funding they have, the reality is that whoever is ploughing cash into them is going to be affected by the crash that this virus is going to inevitably cause.

These backers are going to need their own assets to be liquid to cover the impact of the hit they are about to take and no amount of 'laundering' is going to make that money instantly accessible.

The point of laundering money is to redirect it through several cycles and to place it into a financial maze where it becomes almost impossible to trace to one point of origin. The problem with using this method, is that it takes years before that money is back in circulation again. Those investors need that money NOW, so the blue laundrette should effectively be running dry at the moment.

Con-men are usually quite adept at playing the short game, but you have to be a borderline genius to make the long-con work. I could be wrong, but I think there is a decided lack of borderline geniuses operating out of the tinderbox at the moment.

I hope their insurance policy is watertight too. I mean it would be unfortunate if there was an accidental fire at the stadium or something like another type of "force majeure" along the way.

TUPE or not TUPE? That is the question.
Bang on spherical , nothing would surprise me as you cannot get blood out a stone, they should be in deep shit by now , are they hiding a crisis I think so
 

Weedocbhoy60

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After Aberdeen saying they are struggling and the virus could cost them 5 million pounds , can the Huns who are the only football team in Scotland listed as a going concern, who needed 10 million to finish the season , who have no bank or credit facilities , who have not kit sponsors or commercial revenue , no match day revenues ,, they must be paying out huge sums of money on wages etc , the question is not about how we finish the league but will the tribute act still be in the league
Had a look on hollow hollow and they are salivating at the thought of Aberdeen struggling , could it happen again ?
Of course they will survive. There is an Oriental businessman, born in Scotland life long Ranjerks fan ect ect...... Riding to the rescue.
 

green sprig

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After Aberdeen saying they are struggling and the virus could cost them 5 million pounds , can the Huns who are the only football team in Scotland listed as a going concern, who needed 10 million to finish the season , who have no bank or credit facilities , who have not kit sponsors or commercial revenue , no match day revenues ,, they must be paying out huge sums of money on wages etc , the question is not about how we finish the league but will the tribute act still be in the league
Had a look on hollow hollow and they are salivating at the thought of Aberdeen struggling , could it happen again ?
The halfwits over at hollow hollow Torrancetim do not have a clue about the position they are in.
They need probably about £8m to keep the lights on until the end of the season,it was originally £10m but their extra games in the EUFA CUP will have saved them roughly £2m,,but on top of the £8m they still need to find probably North of £10m to settle with Direct Sport,,then they have to settle with Hummel,,Hummel,s sister company Elite are taking them to court for breach of contract,,Close Brothers are owed a substantial amount but as far as I am led to believe Close Brothers have a clause in their agreement that if they fail to make payments on the loan Close Brothers will take Edmiston car park as part payment,,then Torrancetim we come to the sponsorship,,simple answer they dont have any which for a fan base the size of them is disastrous,,Celtic took in over £320,000 in merchandise on 29/12/2019 the day of the last old firm game,,that mob have not taken a penny all season because Mike Ashley closed down the super store at the cesspit,the store in the city and their online store because King breached the contract they had with Ashley..Then we have the bread and butter for every club,,SEASON TICKETS..when I had a wee look in at them the other night the discussion was,,they were not paying for season tickets,because they did not know when the season would end or if it would end or would Celtic be handed the championship,,the other reasons were their family came first [ good point ] we have not been compensated for the games we have paid for,,they are actually discussing refunds for the games which are covered by their season tickets..
Little do they know that not only will they not get a refund on their season ticket,they will probably get a nice letter asking them to help out the club financially from the Chairman who told the Gullibles in November that he was stepping down and that there would be a large investment being made to the club through a NEW SHARE [ racket ] SDCHEME
4 months down the line same old same old,,,bullshit and faces,,but the really sad bit about it all is the OLIVER TWISTS at the cesspit keep going back for more..
Maybe some day the penny will drop,,then again probably not..

HH.
 

Spherical Planet

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Bang on spherical , nothing would surprise me as you cannot get blood out a stone, they should be in deep shit by now , are they hiding a crisis I think so
There's been a decided lack of squirrels being launched over the last few days.

That could be down to Jabba being in imposed isolation or it could be that they have enough loyal mouthpieces yelling "null and void" all over the media platforms.

One thing is for sure, while other clubs are counting beans, that mob are counting on divine intervention. Unfortunately even the prod version of God cannae work a miracle that big.

Deflection shields are set to maximum and let's not be so crass as to talk about money in this time of crisis.

They're running scared............
 

boab1916

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We all know this would be a good time for them to dump their responsibilities again but they would surely appear in some other form and still have 54 titles. I'd love to know where they are getting their finance from if they do actually survive this shitty virus, the books should be highly interesting.
Up to their eye in debt

Hoping to entice in a mug and new fall guy, once his moneys in he carries the can.

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Spherical Planet

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They might have made it if the virus was their only problem, but the cockney twat is going to take them for too much, even if its half the money that's been spoken about, it will sink them for a second time, and they think that this virus will be a good thing, not the brightest that mob🤔
The only feasible way they could have even begun to start servicing their debt was to win the league and to qualify for the group stages of the Champions League.

Even that might not have been enough to get the necessary facilities reinstated by the financial institutions.

What we also know right now, is that no banks are going to be lending for the foreseeable and all of these financial institutions (including Close Bros) are desperate to recall potentially bad debt.

I don't think there is an accountant in the world who wouldn't have coronary failure once they looked at ther books. However bad we think it is, then multiply that by at least two.
 

boab1916

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They might have made it if the virus was their only problem, but the cockney twat is going to take them for too much, even if its half the money that's been spoken about, it will sink them for a second time, and they think that this virus will be a good thing, not the brightest that mob🤔
Sports direct wanted to stay open during this lockdown insisting that they are needed as a service as the sell (not giveaway ) gym eqiuipment and fitness clothes, and that people will need this stuff as they cannot go to the gym etc as they are in isolation, could not make this guy up, basically he does not want to pay his staff money if they are not at work and the huns thought he would back down for his court litigations, this guy would sell anything not bolted down, he would sue you for a penny and pay the legal fees doing it just to flex their muscles and put you down, this is the greedy showing their true colours when in time of most need, we need to remember these bastards for this reason alone, they could have manufactured or paid for resources needed by the NHS, these are the snakes that slither among decent folk, we will remember, Branson, Ashley, Apple, Amazon, and others.
 

boab1916

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The only feasible way they could have even begun to start servicing their debt was to win the league and to qualify for the group stages of the Champions League.

Even that might not have been enough to get the necessary facilities reinstated by the financial institutions.

What we also know right now, is that no banks are going to be lending for the foreseeable and all of these financial institutions (including Close Bros) are desperate to recall potentially bad debt.

I don't think there is an accountant in the world who wouldn't have coronary failure once they looked at ther books. However bad we think it is, then multiply that by at least two.
Lending companies will also have debts to pay from bad calls they made before this broke, loans on top of loans will be called in. As you say this is just the bedding in stage the full impacyt is yet to blossom.
The Governement and Corporate shops are talking about credit card pin card payments only soon, not a good time to have large quantities of drug money sitting around needing filtered away, those old 50 and score notes are now going out of circulation as the new ones come in, time is ticking.
 

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