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1 Macron "sponsorship" on Thu Jan 26 2017, 19:23

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Bolton apparantly faced a court date with Macron next month due to unpaid bills for equipment and merchandise.  Apparantly a deal has now been agreed to avoid the court date.  Also the caterers at the Macron are apparantly owed money too and the discussions are ongoing.

2 Re: Macron "sponsorship" on Thu Jan 26 2017, 19:57

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WANDERERS have come to a financial agreement with stadium sponsors Macron to avoid appearing in court to answer a winding-up petition.

A court date of February 6 had been reserved after the Italian sportswear firm took legal action to recover money owed for equipment and merchandise.

But club sources confirmed today that the case will no longer be heard by the magistrate after a settlement was reached between the two parties.

It is understood, however, that Wanderers remain in dispute with catering partner Heathcote's.

The company, owned by lifelong Bolton fan and celebrity chef Paul Heathcote, has been the club and hotel’s official catering partner since 2013.

The Whites have refused to comment officially, other than to state that negotiations are “ongoing.”

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3 Re: Macron "sponsorship" on Thu Jan 26 2017, 21:11

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Tweet from Anderson's son -

In the last 24hrs had rumour after rumour on the financial side attacks by weirdos such as disley .None are true. None have come true.


4 Re: Macron "sponsorship" on Thu Jan 26 2017, 21:31

Natasha Whittam

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It annoys me that his English skills are so poor.

5 Re: Macron "sponsorship" on Thu Jan 26 2017, 21:35

Sluffy

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Natasha Whittam wrote:It annoys me that his English skills are so poor.

I'm sorry, I do my best!

Very Happy

6 Re: Macron "sponsorship" on Sat Jan 28 2017, 12:04

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It's inevitable that there will be cashflow problems and abundant rumours whilst our financial position remains precarious so it's no big surprise and I guess we just have to hope there's a longer term solution in the pipeline. Whilst I am delighted that we are still trading and doing pretty well on the pitch considering, I increasingly suspect that promotion is essential to our long-term financial survival.

7 Re: Macron "sponsorship" on Sat Jan 28 2017, 19:38

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wanderlust wrote:It's inevitable that there will be cashflow problems and abundant rumours whilst our financial position remains precarious so it's no big surprise and I guess we just have to hope there's a longer term solution in the pipeline. Whilst I am delighted that we are still trading and doing pretty well on the pitch considering, I increasingly suspect that promotion is essential to our long-term financial survival.

.......and after recent performances ,including todays, promotion is becoming more and more remote as a possibility

8 Re: Macron "sponsorship" on Mon Jan 30 2017, 23:01

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Yeah, apparently we have to pay Macron for the kit... and we didn't pay. A club insider told me he was even baffled as they way he understood it they are supposed to pay us!

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9 Re: Macron "sponsorship" on Tue Jan 31 2017, 08:43

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get rid of Macron next season and get a new stadium sponsor, they've done nothing to help us and just used us for what sounds like free advertising. How can they be the kit and stadium sponsor and expect us to pay? Isn't the whole point of having a sponsor that they pay us?

They've probably be wining and dining at the stadium and lording it up and not actually contributed anything substantial to the club

10 Re: Macron "sponsorship" on Tue Jan 31 2017, 10:02

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Norpig wrote:get rid of Macron next season and get a new stadium sponsor, they've done nothing to help us and just used us for what sounds like free advertising. How can they be the kit and stadium sponsor and expect us to pay? Isn't the whole point of having a sponsor that they pay us?

They've probably be wining and dining at the stadium and lording it up and not actually contributed anything substantial to the club
I can just see it now, the Carrs pastie stadium.

11 Re: Macron "sponsorship" on Tue Jan 31 2017, 10:12

Norpig

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that is a worry Martin  Very Happy

Trouble is these days it's seen as a quick way to make some money, in an ideal world it wouldn't have a sponsors name but i think those days are long gone, we just have to hope it's not a company with a stupid name or one that can be taken the piss out of.

Anyone remember when York City's ground became Kit Kat Crescent  Very Happy

12 Re: Macron "sponsorship" on Tue Jan 31 2017, 10:21

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Apparently a deal is in place with Red Bull to become the new sponsor. The stadium will be renamed to the red bull arena

13 Re: Macron "sponsorship" on Tue Jan 31 2017, 10:53

Norpig

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Can Red Bull not buy us? That would be great, look what they've done for Leipzig in Germany

14 Re: Macron "sponsorship" on Tue Jan 31 2017, 10:59

Natasha Whittam

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Whittam International might step in, but I'd want control of the team.

15 Re: Macron "sponsorship" on Tue Jan 31 2017, 11:03

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Natasha Whittam wrote:Whittam International might step in, but I'd want control of the team.

Why?
In the past you've dismissed them all as utter ponces.
Would you rename the stadium as the 'Utter Ponces' arena?

16 Re: Macron "sponsorship" on Tue Jan 31 2017, 11:14

Natasha Whittam

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rammywhite wrote:Why?
In the past you've dismissed them all as utter ponces.
Would you rename the stadium as the 'Utter Ponces' arena?

No, the stadium would be called 'The Natasha Whittam Arena' and common folk would be barred from entering.

On the playing side I would sack Parkinson, install myself as manager (with Boggers as my assistant), cancel all player contracts and sign Earnshaw, Lita, Windass and a host of other ex-Prem players with something to prove. They would be on £250 a week max.

We'd win the Champions League inside six years and be filthy rich. Even Bread and Wanderlust would go to a real game.

17 Re: Macron "sponsorship" on Tue Jan 31 2017, 11:17

rammywhite

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Natasha Whittam wrote:
rammywhite wrote:Why?
In the past you've dismissed them all as utter ponces.
Would you rename the stadium as the 'Utter Ponces' arena?

No, the stadium would be called 'The Natasha Whittam Arena' and common folk would be barred from entering.

On the playing side I would sack Parkinson, install myself as manager (with Boggers as my assistant), cancel all player contracts and sign Earnshaw, Lita, Windass and a host of other ex-Prem players with something to prove. They would be on £250 a week max.

We'd win the Champions League inside six years and be filthy rich. Even Bread and Wanderlust would go to a real game.

I'm fairly common so you might not let me in- but what will you charge me for my season ticket?

18 Re: Macron "sponsorship" on Tue Jan 31 2017, 11:20

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Natasha Whittam wrote:
rammywhite wrote:Why?
In the past you've dismissed them all as utter ponces.
Would you rename the stadium as the 'Utter Ponces' arena?

No, the stadium would be called 'The Natasha Whittam Arena' and common folk would be barred from entering.

On the playing side I would sack Parkinson, install myself as manager (with Boggers as my assistant), cancel all player contracts and sign Earnshaw, Lita, Windass and a host of other ex-Prem players with something to prove. They would be on £250 a week max.

We'd win the Champions League inside six years and be filthy rich.

No David Nugent?

19 Re: Macron "sponsorship" on Tue Jan 31 2017, 11:21

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Natasha Whittam wrote:Whittam International might step in, but I'd want control of the team in the showers.

Fixed. No charge.  Twisted Evil

20 Re: Macron "sponsorship" on Tue Jan 31 2017, 11:35

Natasha Whittam

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Sluffy wrote:No David Nugent?

Would you sign someone responsible for singeing your fanny?

21 Re: Macron "sponsorship" on Tue Jan 31 2017, 11:44

Sluffy

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Natasha Whittam wrote:
Sluffy wrote:No David Nugent?

Would you sign someone responsible for singeing your fanny?

Very Happy

22 Re: Macron "sponsorship" on Tue Jan 31 2017, 11:51

rammywhite

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Natasha Whittam wrote:
Sluffy wrote:No David Nugent?

Would you sign someone responsible for singeing your fanny?

I didn't know that Nugent was a Rumanian (or was it Bulgarian ) robber!!

23 Re: Macron "sponsorship" on Tue Jan 31 2017, 12:15

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Natasha Whittam wrote:Whittam International might step in, but I'd want control of the team.
You already control nuts... so that would be the next logical step!

24 Re: Macron "sponsorship" on Tue Jan 31 2017, 12:58

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Natasha Whittam wrote:
rammywhite wrote:Why?
In the past you've dismissed them all as utter ponces.
Would you rename the stadium as the 'Utter Ponces' arena?

No, the stadium would be called 'The Natasha Whittam Arena' and common folk would be barred from entering.
Couldn't we just use the "Natasha Whittam Service Entrance" like everyone else?

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