They also report that other interested parties have expressed an interest.
This isnt to say anything will happen.
Crucially QSI have not denied this which suggests on some level a conversation has/is taking place.
Surely not another TOMA?
May come to nothing but this report is international news now.
Ben Jacobs is sceptical but he has admitted the fact QSI havent denied it may mean something is possible.
Oh please please please we deserve some good luck for a change.
Standard line from the club you would think? Don’t want to be seen to be selling until it’s more concrete. It’s clear as day he’s fixing the club up to sell on, he just wants it to be in the Premiership so he makes big on his investment. I hope it happens
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The facts are that the current owners who while doing a decent job of keeping the club on an even keel have not got the means to advance us to a Premier League powerhouse which is the hearts desire of not only the fans but also the city as a whole.
These guys have a huge stake in PSG and PSG have done pretty well out of their relationship so far.
I want to hear more..
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Cut it up, cut it up, yeah
Everybody's on something here. My God send chemical best friend. Skeleton whispering in my ear
You'd want to sell our soul? I'd rather be Leeds and be sh-t than be another plastic hollow club.
Just look at Man City. They were similar to us, well supported through the dark times and with no chance of success, now the stadium is dead and soulless, there's no passion and full of tourists. I don't want that to happen with us. I'd rather have the likes of Phillips wearing our shirt than some mercenary on £300k a week.
Manchester city fans must be gutted to be successful.SG90 wrote: ↑Sat May 25, 2019 11:01 pmJust look at Man City. They were similar to us, well supported through the dark times and with no chance of success, now the stadium is dead and soulless, there's no passion and full of tourists. I don't want that to happen with us. I'd rather have the likes of Phillips wearing our shirt than some mercenary on £300k a week.
Lets see what happens, maybe nothing.
But i for one am open to whatever gives us a chance, i cant see us ever becoming soulless though, really cant.
You say that now, but if it happens, you'd be one of the first to complain about it not being the same anymore.
If what you say could happen happens then absolutely i would (as would you and many others I'm sure)
But at the moment i am open to options and if this becomes a real thing then I'm happy to wait till passing judgement.
One things for sure, we are never out of the news
Playoffs barely get a mention, we are worldwide news
There's also a lot of me which would like LUFC to do something of note before I peg it (which I damn near did one month ago)
Sky have just been on saying no matter how much QSI invest, LUFC will not be able to buy any players with it, so we wouldn't get up anyway (or words to that effect).
So now, I want it to be true, and then QSI buy ER off Radz for £1Billion, and announce that the stadium is being renamed "The Up Yours Mel Morris and Jim White Stadium"
Just seen that Russell Crowe tweeted after the Derby defeat, that there was no need to worry, and all our wishes would come true next season. So, he knew !!!.
So next season I can see us running out to the Gladiator theme .....
OK, I'm getting ahead of myself here.