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alex

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But at the bookies 7/1, it should be a whole lot more possible than City's 5000/1 achievement. So it certainly is possible.

I suspect that there would be more on here than glyn who would celebrate if it were to happen.
We can all get "facty" Bocadillo my lad, we can all get very "facty".
 

jb5000

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I see it as a Welshman trying to instil a sense of "it is possible" for his side.
I see it as a pundit lacking insight and saying something over-egged and contentious in order to generate calls to his phone-in. Which is what I see everytime he's opens his mouth. He's not the only one at all, but his approach to punditry is terrible and a blight that all broadcasters subject us to too much
 

bocadillo

Water Gypsy
I believe Savage has admitted that he doesn't even write his column. He speaks to a journalist for a few minutes and some complete horseshit appears in print.
It's cachu ceffyl.
 

fox58

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I was unfortunate enough to catch ‘Latenight football club’ last night hosted by Savage on the BBC, apparently it’s for Welsh fans, and turned out to be a procession of guests telling Savage what a legend he is.
 

Fox Fan

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Anyone looking for an xmas present, the retro shirts usually sold in the club shop for £40ish are down at £25 on JD Sports.


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Jenks

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Sadly I have all the originals.
 

Brown Nose

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I've said a few times that there is no way that the club can proceed with their stadium development without a substantial capital investment. This can either come from King Power themselves, a new investor taking a chunk of the club or new owners.

I wondered whether setting out the share types and valuations like this made it more likely that one of the above scenarios was imminent.
 

pork pie fox

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I've said a few times that there is no way that the club can proceed with their stadium development without a substantial capital investment. This can either come from King Power themselves, a new investor taking a chunk of the club or new owners.

I wondered whether setting out the share types and valuations like this made it more likely that one of the above scenarios was imminent.
As much as I don’t understand it properly, it looks like a structuring geared towards that sort of thing to me.

Does fitz fitz know?
 
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