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29 Aug 2016 09:17:50
this might make light of the plight
Ellis Short ready to sell according to the Mirror

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1.) 29 Aug 2016 18:44:21
I hope he does Roker Roar because the club is £138 million in debt through his stupidity and the clowns he has surrounded himself with

Who would have Margaret Byrne as a Ceo, Hutchinson as a Commercial Director and the latest appointment Bain a former male model who is bald as a brick. What was he modelling hairpieces

The man is a laughing stock and the sooner he sells the better and he can be a recluse Short as he has always wanted.


2.) 30 Aug 2016 18:40:04
Just gets worse! Of those with an equally poor start, Palace, who have already strengthened thoughtfully added Loic Remy today, while Burnley took Bamford from Chelsea. Of those we expected to be scrapping at the bottom as the season progresses, 'Boro nipped in for Chamberlain, while Hull have signed Mason and Keane, as well as a GK Marshall, and Swansea have picked up Mawson- another player we were rumoured to have an interest in. Meanwhile we have failed to land taregets from Seville, Man City, Chelsea, Spurs, Liverpool and God knows where else in the space of 12 hours! come the end of the season we may well be wondering why we let one of our more creative players and (given we have so few players who seem to know where the net is) someone we have to regard as a regular goalscorer and source of assists go out on loan before we had recruited anyone who could do either to replace him. Is there any chance we could send Short on loan to a Turkish club, or Bain to the Conference South.?
Does anyone manage the club's transfer strategy? Does the club even have a strategy, because there has been precious little evidence of one for a good six seasons now. The continuing failure of the club to match the passion and commitment of the supporters- either in the boardroom or on the field- is a disgrace.


3.) 30 Aug 2016 18:46:55
Good Riddance Ellis! I just wish a mega rich middle eastern football lover would buy the club ( like Man City) and bring the glory days back to this once famous club!


 

 

 

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Sunderland are closing in on Lazio right-back Luis Pedro Cavanda, who does not fit into the plans of new coach Stefano Pioli. The 23-year-old Belgian has been targeted by Sunderland boss Gus Poyet, who is keen to take him to the Stadium of Light this summer, according to Sky Sport Italia.

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29 Aug 2016 09:15:42
hey bobstokoe1973 Ellis Short wants to sell

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26 Aug 2016 13:25:01
If you really read this Asoro gives no indication he wants away but it may be his greedy agent trying to do a Kone, he looks like one for the future that may bring us some big bucks if we get him producing right. anyway he signed a 4 year contract back 2015 so just like Kone they might have to wait till WE want to get rid of him

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24 Aug 2016 16:11:48
You are spot on GNSAFC, Ellis may be a billionaire on paper but he does have a big bank debt that has to be paid up by this year otherwise more interest will be tacked on. The TV monies will help off set this to get the club back on track but the sacrifice is that we can't afford the big transfers that Moyes is alluding too. When you think off the outlay we put out for Fletcher, Johnson and Graham comes to nearly 30 million pounds and not a penny back and you still have to pay the bank back, had we of gone down I bet he would have sold the club. Our only hope is that Moyes can craft a team that will stay up again and next year we will have some money to move forward with.

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