The Yid wrote:
Deep breath..... And go.
Firstly - the full story clearly states that SISU requested further information in regards to the existing appeal - not another review at all - and in no way connected to the demo outside Council offices. Bit of sensationalising there from the CET.
As for Ainswortha documents - every single on was pre-SISU and there still remained a huge gap in terms of time between those documents, and when SISU took over, meaning that they prove absolutely fuck all. If he had clear documentation from after SISU's arrival then he may have been into something. In addition, as I have mentioned previously - we were de-registered and then re-registered upon relegation from PL, he has no documents after this event occurred.
As for the stadium issue - we could go around in circles forever. But ultimately SISU want to buy the freehold - so do Council want to sell? Price will be an issue I'm sure.
As for predicting SISU will do this/that etc - you're just guessing. We will find out if they buy it.
The best conspiracy I've heard is that they will liquidate club, flatten the Ricoh and turn it into flats. Fucking genius that one.....
Firstly, the request for information is once again a delaying tactic as it sets back the timescale for which the appeal is heard. In effect the time added is almost no different to asking for a completely new review.
Secondly, I also thought those documents were old and pre-SISU and why I fully expected them to show their ones that superceded this arrangement and tell the annoying twat to shut the fuck up. But they didn't. Because they hadn't changed them, and regardless of whether the owners change, as a separate legal entity the companies memorandum and articles continue unless specifically changed by the directors. They were only changed days before admin, which is clearly something that should be questioned in court as to why. And even if they decided to ignore those, it still doesn't explain why the accounts show them all in the Ltd account, not Holdings, indicating that they were following the same practice.
But of course that was all caused by a confusion due to the previous owners incredibly confusing two company set-up, with similar named companies with Ltd and Holdings. Apart from the completely different company numbers which any half competent person would use instead.
And in five years they really tried to clear that confusion up. I mean, it's so difficult and time consuming to fill in a simple form requesting a name change and pay that massive admin fee to change the name to something that would make the distinction much more obvious. And before we go down the printing stationery costs excuses crap etc, it's irrelevant as they often used the wrong one (according to them) anyway, and it went totally unnoticed. In fact, to help they added in two more companies, Sky Blue Sports & Leisure and Otium, just to help make it clearer what was where!
After the council house thing, where Clr Lucas said she hoped to have us home by Xmas, Seppala's response wasn't to contact them for a meeting, it was to ask the courts to prolong a judicial review and write an extremely inflammatory (and seemingly massively inaccurate) press statement resulting in the Cllr hardening her stance once again. Because that's what Seppala wants. The Ricoh is still at market value, and she doesn't want to, or can't afford, that, so she's making negotiations impossible.
It would be interesting to see if the council could convince someone like PHIV to buy the Ricoh, a man with much, much deeper pockets than SISU, start work on the infrastructure and development and just wait for JS to run out of cash and be forced to sell.