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Sounds a great scheme. Probably hinges on hs2 which as usual the government is piling on the uncertainty.

 

Make a decision and stick to it and then make it work. Or as present - deliberate for years putting off investment and leaving people unsure if their house is going to be replaced by train tracks.

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Few Blades answers influenced by the only bit of form in 5 years. If the OP had asked 15 games ago.....

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If unitedites still are happy to see there owner invest in projects to the detriment of there club, crack on!

 

How do you think he made the money to invest in Unted in the first place?

 

Was it:

 

Option A Not from Sheffield United?

 

Option B His main business interests?

 

 

How do you think Dejphon Chansiri made the money to invest in Sheffield Wednesday?

 

Option A Not from Sheffield Wednesday

 

Option B His main business interests?

 

Are you really that dim that you fail to understand that owners have a main business interest to try and make money and that is very rarely football, which in most cases loses money. If the business is a success it has more chance of making money.

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How do you think he made the money to invest in Unted in the first place?

 

Was it:

 

Option A Not from Sheffield United?

 

Option B His main business interests?

 

 

How do you think Dejphon Chansiri made the money to invest in Sheffield Wednesday?

 

Option A Not from Sheffield Wednesday

 

Option B His main business interests?

 

Are you really that dim that you fail to understand that owners have a main business interest to try and make money and that is very rarely football, which in most cases loses money. If the business is a success it has more chance of making money.

:hihi:

Fortunately, you don't have to pass an exam to be a footy fan... ;)

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Few Blades answers influenced by the only bit of form in 5 years. If the OP had asked 15 games ago.....

 

Nothing to do with our form, in fact this has little to do with United.

 

I'm glad someone is doing something with that area because it has been dilapidated for absolute years.

If it's a success it will have no baring on the Blades.

If it's a failure it will have no baring on the Blades.

 

In fact, I can't even see how any owl could try and say otherwise.

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Nothing to do with our form, in fact this has little to do with United.

 

I'm glad someone is doing something with that area because it has been dilapidated for absolute years.

If it's a success it will have no baring on the Blades.

If it's a failure it will have no baring on the Blades.

 

In fact, I can't even see how any owl could try and say otherwise.

 

Because they dont realise how dim they are. I cant see any other explanation.

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Because they dont realise how dim they are. I cant see any other explanation.

 

This thread does seem to have backfired on the OP somewhat.:hihi::hihi:.

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If unitedites still are happy to see there owner invest in projects to the detriment of there club, crack on!

 

read it again clever clogs scarborough group and other investors end of the day its macabes business and if he wants to invest in somewhere that couldbe decent thats up to him nothing at all to do with the blades nothing

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How do you think he made the money to invest in Unted in the first place?

 

Was it:

 

Option A Not from Sheffield United?

 

Option B His main business interests?

 

 

How do you think Dejphon Chansiri made the money to invest in Sheffield Wednesday?

 

Option A Not from Sheffield Wednesday

 

Option B His main business interests?

 

Are you really that dim that you fail to understand that owners have a main business interest to try and make money and that is very rarely football, which in most cases loses money. If the business is a success it has more chance of making money.

 

What investments has he made a lately? are you really that dim to think that the football club wasn't used to prop his ailing business?

Edited by speedy69

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What investments has he made a lately, are you really that dim to think that the football club want used to prop his ailing business?

 

Can you ask the question so it makes sense?

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SUFC chairman invests in the city. This can only be good news for all Sheffield residents no matter what team they support. Not really a surprise however.

 

What would be a surprise is if SWFC did something that the rest of the city could be proud of.

 

Maybe SWFC could produce a Football club to be proud of, that would be refreshing for the city.

 

---------- Post added 16-11-2016 at 21:45 ----------

 

Few Blades answers influenced by the only bit of form in 5 years. If the OP had asked 15 games ago.....

 

Very true, its amazing how a few good results clouds the memory!

 

---------- Post added 16-11-2016 at 21:53 ----------

 

Can you ask the question so it makes sense?

 

Corrected, thanks for your input!

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It wouldnt bennefit me im affraid as wouldn't spend a penny there !

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