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Can the Saudi's get the deal 'over the line'? (Reset 27/02/21)  

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  1. 1. Can the Saudi's get the deal 'over the line'? (Reset 27/02/21)

    • Yes - and want it to.
    • No - but want it to.
    • Yes - and don't want them as NUFC Owners
    • No - and don't want the as NUFC Owners


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Premier league/fan money/their ‘Ahl wi smiling faces’ next to an SD sign is what keeps him here. No prospect of mass boycott. Whatever breaks that cycle. Takeover obviously the most convenient.

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3 minutes ago, Robster said:

Not that long ago, I might have thought there was something positive to take from that.
Now I feel nothing. Bored and fed up with it all.

Yeah to be honest I wish he would shut the fuck up with his tweets. It could come back to bite him in the arse if he fails to win the arbitration case and the swarm of twitter trolls hit his account en masse. Probably not be that bothered mind with his huge fee in his back pocket. 

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11 minutes ago, et tu brute said:

Yeah to be honest I wish he would shut the fuck up with his tweets. It could come back to bite him in the arse if he fails to win the arbitration case and the swarm of twitter trolls hit his account en masse. Probably not be that bothered mind with his huge fee in his back pocket. 

What could come back to bite him in the arse? Is he not allowed to bake some bread and post about it online like [emoji38]

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4 minutes ago, Dr.Spaceman said:

What could come back to bite him in the arse? Is he not allowed to bake some bread and post about it online like [emoji38]

You wait and see, if the arbitration fails, all the twitter trolls will come out and hit his account direct. Not going to be a good look if that happens.

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4 minutes ago, robbo_11 said:

Was it someone on here that mentioned RedBird Capital? Liverpool have seemingly benefitted from investment by them to go back to pre-COVID spending...

Redball is the group looking for a takeover, RedBird are an investment group

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