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Self-Sustaining Investment Model Serving Saints Well In Current Climate Says Semmens 10:15 - Sep 7 with 527 viewsSaintsNews

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Self-Sustaining Investment Model Serving Saints Well In Current Climate Says Sem on 11:01 - Sep 7 with 497 viewsButty101

Honestly i think that is utter rubbish what Semmens came out with. But then what else is he going to say.
We where skint before, with TV revenue and Sponsorship massively down. This is the moment we could do with an owner that had money to pump a bit in.
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Self-Sustaining Investment Model Serving Saints Well In Current Climate Says Sem on 11:29 - Sep 7 with 471 viewsSadoldgit

It’s his job to put a positive spin on things. You never hear these people say we are in the crap and everything is going downhill fast. We are a self sustaining club because we have no other choice!
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Self-Sustaining Investment Model Serving Saints Well In Current Climate Says Sem on 11:42 - Sep 7 with 460 viewsButty101

Self-Sustaining Investment Model Serving Saints Well In Current Climate Says Sem on 11:29 - Sep 7 by Sadoldgit

It’s his job to put a positive spin on things. You never hear these people say we are in the crap and everything is going downhill fast. We are a self sustaining club because we have no other choice!


Exactly - it stops us from being competitive.

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Self-Sustaining Investment Model Serving Saints Well In Current Climate Says Sem on 12:11 - Sep 7 with 444 viewsSonicBoom

Let's be honest in modern football unless you are owned by a middle eastern country, a global media mogul or a Russian oligarch then no one is competitive.
The league is simply a measure of who has the most money. The only skill seems to be spending it on the right players. The rest of us are broadly there as Super Sunday cannon fodder.
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Self-Sustaining Investment Model Serving Saints Well In Current Climate Says Sem on 12:15 - Sep 7 with 437 viewsSadoldgit

So much for financial fair play!
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Self-Sustaining Investment Model Serving Saints Well In Current Climate Says Sem on 12:28 - Sep 7 with 418 viewsSaintNick

Self-Sustaining Investment Model Serving Saints Well In Current Climate Says Sem on 11:01 - Sep 7 by Butty101

Honestly i think that is utter rubbish what Semmens came out with. But then what else is he going to say.
We where skint before, with TV revenue and Sponsorship massively down. This is the moment we could do with an owner that had money to pump a bit in.
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I think Semmens has been very honest about the situation, he has stated that the issue is down to the Chinese government restricting their companies investing in western sport, Wolves had a similar problem and sought outside investmen.

Owners don't pump money in they lend it, if you are lucky they write it off, if you are unlucky then they demand it back and force you into administration

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Self-Sustaining Investment Model Serving Saints Well In Current Climate Says Sem on 16:14 - Sep 7 with 336 viewsSaintsforeverj

I think Saints are extremely lucky to have a manager who fits in perfectly to this setup. Ralph is happy to play young players, develop the ones we already have, manage a slim squad and his charismatic personality and style of play motivates the players and fans. The extreme determination of the team (thinking the Man City win here) driven by Ralph, is keeping us afloat. But without Ralph, we probably would have been in trouble with such a lack investment in the team. So with Ralph as manager, it's working to an extent.
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