Monday, December 14, 2009

Gold & Sullivan Bid Rejected

The Times say that CB Holdings will tomorrow reject Gold and Sullivan's bid to buy West Ham. The Times say Gold and Sullivan made two separate bids, one for outright ownership and one for a 50% stake in the club. Both bids will be rejected.

The Times say that "there remains potential interest from Intermarket Group, a London-based investment group, and Tony Fernandes, the Malaysian founder of Air Asia, but that has yet to materialise into a serious offer."

2 Comments:

At 8:25 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Usual rules. The Icelandic vermin won't sell unless they can get an "above market" price. And if they can't? They'll sell more players in thw window,pocket the cash, and then ensure that the club get relegated ,and forced into adminstration. In which case, they will not have to pay West Ham's debts.

EXTERMINATE THE ICELANDIC CANCER FROM WEST HAM AND THE UNITED KINGDOM. THEY ARE THE LOWEST OF THE LOW. THE ABSOLUTE DREGS OF SOCIETY. THROW THEM OUT OF THE UNITED KINGDOM.

 
At 1:44 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

8.25 is a darlek! exterminate, exterminate! marvelous, keep up the good work, honestly brings a smile to this unhappy hammers face.
big game tonight, what with chelsea, a six pointer with pompey and the spuds coming up.
come zola go for the win, drop kovac and start with dyer.

 

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