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Takeover 10:02 - Jun 3 with 1213 viewsSonicBoom

I can't see it mentioned on here but I saw yesterday that the American bloke has pulled out after not agreeing a price with Gao.
To be honest I think that's a good thing. He seemed more bothered about creating a sporting group rather than being focussed on Saints. Apparently he no intends to set up some player development platform instead.
And no I don't know what that is either.
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Takeover on 11:59 - Jun 3 with 1123 viewssolent_toffee

The business model that he is suggesting in the Echo is very strange and very mercenary. Set up football academies in poor African countries, get links to smaller leagues to act as middle men, sell said players off to big European teams.

I think Saints dodged a bullet here.
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Takeover on 14:13 - Jun 3 with 1016 viewsdirk_doone

Would a new owner continue to follow the Norwich & Sheffield United business model? Most Premier League owners appear not to. Spurs are obviously in a bit of an anomolous position as they've just built a billion pound stadium:

https://www.transferleague.co.uk/premier-league-last-five-seasons/transfer-leagu
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Takeover on 15:28 - Jun 3 with 959 viewsRon11

Why can't that nice man who owns Manchester City buy Saints?
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Takeover on 18:21 - Jun 4 with 605 viewskingslandstand1

It's in tonight's Echo

Oh well, here we go again
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