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tino Offline

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RE: Sports Direct protest/ideas

Just read the articles posted from the mag. Sports direct get most of the profit from the shirts and he's assett stripping the club

If people stopped buying from the sports direct, I mean club shop that's a start
16th October 2018 06:04 PM
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ToonArmy1892 Offline

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1st November 2018 11:17 AM
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Tight_Ass_Bramble Offline

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I do like a good disruption tactic
1st November 2018 12:02 PM
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ToonArmy1892 Offline

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https://mobile.twitter.com/ITVJoel/statu...9882.19675

His email address is on there...fire away.
13th December 2018 12:43 PM
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Jinkyjim Offline

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Mike Ashley owns about 327,552,000 shares in Sports Direct.

The share price on 18th July 2018 was 436.10p, worth £1,428,454,272 to Ashley.

Today's share price is 235.40p, worth £771,057,408 to Ashley.

The value of his shares has reduced by £657 million in 21 weeks.

Keep up the pressure......
13th December 2018 07:45 PM
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lipsquid Offline

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Is he no longer a billionaire?
13th December 2018 07:48 PM
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huntface Offline

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I see the board of directors of Debenhams have rejected an offer of a loan of £30m saying ‘we may be fucked but we’re not fucking stupid.’
13th December 2018 08:33 PM
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Jinkyjim Offline

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He has already told the select committee, House Of Fraser were trading while insolvent, don’t be suprised if he tries using the same story with Debenhams...
13th December 2018 08:45 PM
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lipsquid Offline

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I've been to Debenham. It's where Aspall cider is made.
13th December 2018 09:02 PM
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Davery Offline

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Not sure if this has been covered or even if anyone knows but i've just been told that Flannels, the upmarket clothing retailer has been bought out by non other than Sports Direct. Kept very quiet eh!!!
17th December 2018 09:46 PM
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ToonArmy1892 Offline

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(17th December 2018 09:46 PM)Davery Wrote:  Not sure if this has been covered or even if anyone knows but i've just been told that Flannels, the upmarket clothing retailer has been bought out by non other than Sports Direct. Kept very quiet eh!!!

No, he's had flannels for a while.
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18th December 2018 12:53 AM
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Jinkyjim Offline

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He say's Flannels has been performing very well, that the high end market place is buoyant, hence his reason for buying H.O.Fraser, which he want's to be known as the Harrods of the high street...
21st December 2018 03:55 PM
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