Care to name any of these broad base of investors who have sunk their money into a club who aren't allowed to have any fans bringing in match day revenues for the last season and a half, who got RELEGATED to the bottom most tier in the national league, who have been under player embargo in all this time, who were all but bottom of the league in January of this year and seemed highly likely to still be in the bottom tier league this season too.
Ironically if you knew the first thing about investment you would know that mismanaged struggling businesses with assets and a decent customer base are often very attractive to investors - especially when the options are accept our offer or lose everything.
As for the names of the investors you requested:
The bigger issue is that there is an implication in the question posed that BWFC has lots of money - despite the fact that there is no evidence whatsoever. I haven't seen excessive spending have you?
I have seen a load of surmise and speculation though.
Perhaps "Bob" should be asking his friend where Morecambe are getting all their money from given that they've just signed Gnouah who we couldn't afford to keep?
Or is that just spinning it back?
You really are full of bollocks.
Gnouah was released to free up squad places to bring others in.
If we couldn't afford to keep him then how the fuck can we afford to pay all these new players that we've just signed on three year contracts???
What the hell are you on about that there are 'implications the BWFC have lots of money'???
Sharon and Evatt have consistently told us that they are working within constrained budgets to make the club self-sustainable - does that sound as though we have lots of money particularly knowing Sharon needs to find £3.5m to pay off unsecured creditors and a further £1m to settle with the Administrator and both to be done by the end of this month???
As for these broad base of investors...
wanderlust wrote:And the answer is a broad base of investors who are effectively betting on BWFC succeeding.
At some point the business will have to wash it's face.
Non of those you've mentioned are effectively betting on BWFC succeeding as Sharon, James and Luckock OWN the club
and have guaranteed their investments by securing them against the clubs assets, Basran was never even involved in the first place as an investor, he brokered the deal and left in July 2019 BEFORE the club was even bought which took place the month AFTER.
Similar to with Thomas who bailed out as a director at the end of July 2019 too - and as for his investment he put money in to buy a share ownership which he sold back to the club on quitting his involvement altogether!
Nobody has taken a punt here at all - they all can walk away with the money they put in whatever happens!!!
And finally if Bolton was such an outstanding investment opportunity then where were Ron Billionaire and all the others then? Why did we end up with the only players in town being Bassini and Sharon (who couldn't even afford to settle the Administrators fees)???
And don't give me the bollocks about having to deal with Anderson - look at how long it took Wigan to find someone to buy them and they didn't even have a former owner to satisfy!
You once again sounded off as though you were clever and knowledgeable about these things and once again you just ended up displaying your ignorance and stupidity and can't face up to being found out yet again.
I'm pretty sure this is where you initially went wrong but instead of holding your hand up you've dug yourself an even deeper hole with all the stupid shit you've posted above!
I think you've got totally confused with Nick Luckock's involvement with the club, whose private equity money is on a call down arrangement at a set interest rate. It is a loan arrangement not an investment opportunity.