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Asheville Ram

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  1. Wayne Rooney has enough cash to buy Derby county, latest net worth figure $170 million
  2. It is John Kirkland net worth £530million, rabid Rams supporter still sits in directors area and was a former shareholder.
  3. So tell me which millionaire/billionaire with money to burn should he give the keys to? Ridiculous post
  4. Yes you can, HSBC will convert Sterling to US dollars at their exchange rate or you can send sterling to the usa and get whatever exchange rate Wells Fargo give you, so I call you out for bs
  5. Yes money I transfer arrives as cleared funds typically in the range of £50,000 to £1.5m,payments to suppliers. The point I was making is that you cannot transfer thin air, if there is no cash to transfer, then you will receive nothing.
  6. On the basis I regularly transfer money between the usa and Europe and between the uk and the usa and usa to the uk. in December that was many times, my final comment is that you cannot transfer zero funds only cash.
  7. Can no one on here read, the statement about the transfer of funds said categorically that the money to complete the sale and purchase of the club had not been received into the sheikh’s lawyers bank account not Mel’s bank account. Transferring funds between countries is almost instantaneous and foreign currency can be purchased prior to transmission of the funds, furthermore to transfer to your own lawyer, whom would have checked money laundering compliance before taking on a client, would not result in a delay of days/weeks/months, it is obvious that the funds to complete any deal are
  8. See my post from earlier this year "The Sheik's company was being sued for breach of contract by Pinsent Masons his lawyers, contract law is quite specific and "can't be arsed to pay" is not covered under contract law, furthermore the Sheik's company has evidently already lost the case with the high court issuing a judgement..."
  9. Looks like was a player, see key part of the Telegraph article. "In a letter sent to players which has been seen by Telegraph Sport, Derby’s chief executive Stephen Pearce wrote: “On behalf of Derby County Football Club, Mel Morris, and prospective new owners Derventio Holdings, we collectively apologise, that due to an unexpected and last minute delay in the closing of the sale transaction, that your December pay will most likely be delayed until next week. “We have been assured by Derventio that the closing funds have been remitted, but as at this morning they had not arrived in th
  10. The extremely worrying and suspicious part of this story is not that Derventio did not send the funds to DCFC, but they did not send the cash even to their own lawyers. Did DCFC's lawyers get proof of funding at the commencement of negotiations for this deal or not?
  11. This was sent to me this morning, makes interesting reading and to save time for those who want to know the summary, DCFC weekly wages total £350,250/week, £18.2 million per year, obviously that is first team squad only https://footballleaguefc.com/Derby-county-2019-20-player-wages/
  12. A couple of points about big Sam 1. he is on a fortune of money and a £2m bonus if he keeps WBA in the premiership, far too rich cash wise for the Rams to afford 2. I watched WBA play Villa on Sunday on usa tv, and it was appalling so much so I wanted to poke my eyes out, he is history Rooney is the future.
  13. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/sportsnews/article-9072411/Wayne-Rooneys-foundation-makes-30-000-donation-fund-Childline-Christmas-Day.html
  14. The Sheik's company was being sued for breach of contract by Pinsent Masons, contract law is quite specific and "can't be arsed to pay" is not covered under contract law, furthermore the Sheik's company has evidently already lost the case with the high court issuing a judgement against that company in September, I understand your comments about Ashley, but when he tried to buy Liverpool back in August 2019, the Liverpool ECHO reported that the proposal from from Sheik Khaled didn't get past the vetting stage with New York-based boutique investment bank Allen & Company. It was ju
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