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Lenny, October 15, 2009
Posted October 15, 2009
Take over soon come
Do you lot want him?
People would rather have him over the greasy Uzbek.
Why tho?None of know either's intentions...Hill-Wood just doesnt want Dein in any control cos Dein would force him out the club like Hill-Wood did to him.
Part comes down to this west vs east business, people who rather side with a Yank than an Uzbek.The same guy supports Man Utd.
Much rather Kroenke than Usmanov.
Posted October 16, 2009
But doesnt he owe 50mill to a few of them, shareholders he bought shares of?
April 2007"Why don't we want the American at our club? Call me old-fashioned, but we don't need his money and we don't want his sort. Our objective is keep Arsenal English." October 2009"It does look like he is edging towards a takeover, which I would welcome. I have not asked him if that is what he plans to do, but I am very relaxed about it. If it was to happen, I don't think you can expect any big changes because he seems to like things very much the way they are."peter hill wood<<___
But he has to change his tone otherwise hell make the club look bad
No f*ck Hill-Wood. Guy is a clown.
Hill-wood is an old fashioned c*nt. Thought Kronke originally was an Abramovich type of character, then realised he had some pedigree in developing sports franchises and has changed his tune. And to be honest since the invincibles Arsenal hasn't pushed on as much as a global brand as we could of done.Although i'd like us to still be owned by British shareholders Kronke is the lesser of two evils and seems happy to develop the club without being silly with money.
Posted October 17, 2009
No he orginially saw Kroenke as the c*nt that was gonna get Dein his golden ticket back into the club, then when he saw that Dein had then found Usmanov, he sat with kroenke and made him his new best buddy.
imokroenke is the guy who will come in wont change much (basically no big spending) will be good for p.r will smille and take moneytthe russian is different he is more likely to fundamentally change the way the club is run, more likely to spend, be moody but still take our moneythats why the board r backing kroenke morearsenal need a shake up tbh if there gonna do this nd kroenke aint that guy
has stan talked to wenger at all?i just wanna see the back of the old eton faggots tbh. stan has not really outlined his thoughts to the fansatleast usmanov came and said look in the modern game we will need to spend more money on players and its obvious we need to generate more revenue easiest way is going to asia
Posted October 23, 2009
I find it weird that when asked yesterday at the AGM, Kroneke gave no comment at all despite being asked, and from Hill-Woods comments they dont seem the pals I thought, which amazes me why he has painted this getalong gang picture, which has made fans pro-Kroneke.
What makes you say that. Sounded like PHW helped Kronke dodge a very difficult question. As PHW has said in the past he now welcomed Kronke onto the board and how his ambitions match Arsenal's (long term sustainability, no drastic changes in the running of the club etc)
It was a question that didnt need dodging...Infact if you want to dodge it, dont turn up or send some to represent you, like Usmanov did...I just found it weird that he's there, not answering questions directed at him, then maybe I'm reading too much into it but when Hill-Wood was speaking for him, his body lanugage didnt suggest he was agreeing with what was being said. Which is fair enough cos Hill-Wood is a a**hole.Something isn't right there still at boardroom level.Wenger and Gazidas spoke well, and both seem to be above whats going on above them and get on with what matters, football and progressing.
Posted October 27, 2009
Stan Kroenke has purchased another 10 shares in Arsenal's parent holding company, at a cost of some £85,000, to edge closer towards the takeover threshold. The Denver-based sports magnate now controls a stake of some 28.9%, which includes a £765,000 purchase earlier this month.Should Kroenke, or indeed anyone else, such as second-largest shareholder Alisher Usmanov, reach a figure of 29.9%, they would, under the City's financial regulations, be obliged to launch a formal takeover bid.However, when the matter of his intentions for the Premier League club was raised during last week's annual general meeting at Emirates Stadium, the American – nicknamed 'Silent Stan' – chose not to take the opportunity to address the gathered shareholders, with chairman Peter Hill-Wood intervening.Any public statements against future bid intentions must be unambiguous, otherwise the individual or group would, under the Takeover Panel's rule 2.8, be prevented from making a formal move for six months.The latest share dealings were confirmed to the Plus market. "On 26 October 2009, Arsenal Holdings plc (the 'Company') received notification that on 26 October 2009 Stan Kroenke, a director of the company, acquired 10 ordinary shares of £1.00 each in the company at a price of £8,500 per share," a statement read."Taking into account such acquisition, Stan Kroenke has a beneficial interest in, and controls voting rights over, 17,967 ordinary shares in the company, representing 28.9% of the company's issued ordinary shares."http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2009/oc...-arsenal-shares
he only needs 1 more % to make a takover!
Posted October 28, 2009
I'd rather a white mans money, cos' we know were it comes from - Kroneke FTW
Posted November 3, 2009
Just reached 29.6%Only 0.3% away from having to launch a buy-out.
Apprently hes going to sell the Denver Nuggets to finance a takeover bid
I find Deins presence quite reassuring in all of this
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