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Re: AP Wed May 19, 2021 11:31 am  
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Funny how the local BBC haven't mentioned it, any other place and it would be all over the news I remember Burns a while ago kicked off on twitter about a taxi driver who didn't have a mask on yet nothing about a public health issue during a national pandemic absolute hypocrites who say anything against the Smc as they own City.
Re: AP Wed May 19, 2021 1:15 pm  
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if hullfc did get their own ground sometime in the future,they could make money in the off season by allowing rock concerts and such like,and make extra money for the club.
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Re: AP Wed May 19, 2021 3:17 pm  

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We can moan and vent our anger over this until doomsday, but it will not change for the better. You have seen the Allam's negotiation technique and it is hardly what could be described as fair or reasonable. As they acted when the name change was opposed, so I would think they will actually ramp up the pressure and be even more unreasonable the longer this goes on, they are businessmen and are hard nosed and spiteful people with no regard for public opinion. It is what it is, we can either take it, or leave it, at the appropriate time. Until then, things will not change for our good.
Re: AP Wed May 19, 2021 3:18 pm  

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Perhaps a long shot, but Simon Jordan’s comment about’maybe one day’ re Hull City. Obviously, he now has family links with the City.

Also in his book, Jordan speaks highly of dealing with Adam when taking Peter Taylor to Crystal Palace. Saw Adam as one of the better Club owners with a bit of integrity, unlike others.

We can but hope, would be nice if Hull City, Hull FC and the SMC could all work together for the benefit of each other.
Re: AP Wed May 19, 2021 3:26 pm  

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We can but hope, would be nice if Hull City, Hull FC and the SMC could all work together for the benefit of each other.


That is unfortunately where HCC cocked up with the deal they made in terms of the SMC, they just never thought it through as to what might happen should the amicable working relationships at the beginning become less so or if someone came in that had other ideas/motives etc.

Though nothing surprises me with HCC when it comes dodging the issue and ignoring it in the hope it will go away.
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Re: AP Wed May 19, 2021 3:55 pm  
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Wow. An asset costing £43m and the council signs a deal that forfeits the right to hold the caretaker to account for 50 years? WTAF? :lol:


Well believe or not but an estimated £16m shortfall on their local government revenue support grant from central government for the authorities revenue expenditure on the provision of essential services (never mind the discretionary ones) at the time, undoubtably focused their thinking on maintaining a Sports stadium a bit.
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Re: AP Wed May 19, 2021 5:42 pm  

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Well believe or not but an estimated £16m shortfall on their local government revenue support grant from central government for the authorities revenue expenditure on the provision of essential services (never mind the discretionary ones) at the time, undoubtably focused their thinking on maintaining a Sports stadium a bit.

Could have been worse, at least Boris is looking after the North these days. :WALL:
Re: AP Wed May 19, 2021 5:50 pm  

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Well believe or not but an estimated £16m shortfall on their local government revenue support grant from central government for the authorities revenue expenditure on the provision of essential services (never mind the discretionary ones) at the time, undoubtably focused their thinking on maintaining a Sports stadium a bit.

I'm not doubting what you've been told. But neither do I believe that there was no choice in a negotiation but to lose control over every aspect of operations. It's like paying off your mortgage, employing a letting agency and saying see you in 50 years, hope my property is still standing. Seems crappy negotiation that.
Re: AP Wed May 19, 2021 7:25 pm  

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I don't think the Allams really want to sell City. I think they are hanging on until the point that HCC decides it wants to sell to them.
Re: AP Wed May 19, 2021 7:36 pm  

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if hullfc did get their own ground sometime in the future,they could make money in the off season by allowing rock concerts and such like,and make extra money for the club.


Not easily due to the weather, outdoor gigs in Britain are generally May-September. A fancy design with say a rollout pitch would add a lot to the cost.
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