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Re: Is Aldo consortium attempting a bid
Posted by: Hardly Irons (IP Logged)
Date: 25 September, 2017 21:43

Can't believe Aldridge would link himself with the club again. He never even mentions us apart from when FA Cups shocks come in to play and is clearly a lifelong Red.

As for McAteer, would we want him back anywhere near the place? I'm pretty sure any businessmen they're involved with would be the rest of their charity golf team for their latest day out.

Re: Is Aldo consortium attempting a bid
Posted by: Aldo'smuzzy (IP Logged)
Date: 25 September, 2017 21:55

Mrs P has tweeted to say this supposed bid is news to her.

Re: Is Aldo consortium attempting a bid
Posted by: Fiftyyearsarover (IP Logged)
Date: 26 September, 2017 07:58

This rumour has been mentioned many times over the last 10 years ,that's what it is rumours .if anyone will invest it will one of MPs chums from China that was the idea of China involvement in the first place I suspect

Re: Is Aldo consortium attempting a bid
Posted by: stairwaytoheaven (IP Logged)
Date: 26 September, 2017 12:57

[quote Higgosboots][quote TranmereFan][quote Higgosboots][quote HardlyYardley][quote Higgosboots][quote mini_andy]Who the hell would want to buy us? Asset strippers or fans unfortunately[/quote]

Mini, I think we are promising acquisition at the right price and in the right place, we have potential to reach the Championship and stay their with money put in, we've a big ground and space to expand it on up to maybe 20-25k with a full rebuild. We are based on a good footballing corner of the World, Everton, Lpool, Manchester region sides, Pie in the sky at present but we can dream.[/quote]

But the dream of really large crowds never came true even when we were consistently playing very attractive football and on the verge of getting into the top league.[/quo
te]

Agreed, like I say pie in the sky, if it we're gonna happen it was back then,[/quote]

Dont agree, the world of foreign investment is a very modern trait. A Chinese investor could well invest now, but in 1996 modern China was mearly a fishermans importers dream.[/quote]

Investment could very much happen, not big crowds though.[/quote]

Look at Bournemuff, Brighton, Swansea, Hull and in the championship Burton, Brentford all clubs who at some time in the recent past have been worst off than us in terms of finance, gates, league position, the difference, investment. Too right the Chinese connection is all about MP getting Chinese investment into the club, they are the only ones who will look at a 'small' club and realise the potential, the Europeans and Americans would not be interested in us. I doubt there are any Rovers fans out there with deep pockets, PJ being the last and look at the flak he got.
MP is developing the club into a saleable commodity, he would not be spending his time with the Chinese if he thought nothing would come of it, why do you think so much effort has gone into Solar Campus and the hospitality areas of the ground.
Footballers investing into clubs, don't make me laugh, they do not have the finance and investors are always looking to turn a profit.
Size of crowd in the modern game is no longer significant, its all about TV money and advertising, even for the big clubs they get more from shirt sponsorship than they do in gate receipts.
Most of the players know that come the end of this season they will be released as if they don't get us promoted this season clearly they need to be replaced, if we do get promoted most will not be good enough for league 2, look at FGR, bottom of the league.
I think as a team we have become too predictable, lack confidence, and the fear of losing is causing us to play far too defensively, Micky choses the team and the tactics but once the players cross the line its down to them to perform.
I'm convinced we will come good, disappointed that we are not running away with this league as I have not seen any team playing consistently well, the league is still there for the winning.
If what has been said is true and MP announces some investment, and we are talking a minimum £3m each season in this division, then all will turn out fine and we could still achieve the aim of championship football, and from there anything is possible.

Re: Is Aldo consortium attempting a bid
Posted by: Tranmere69 (IP Logged)
Date: 26 September, 2017 18:41

[quote stairwaytoheaven][quote Higgosboots][quote TranmereFan][quote Higgosboots][quote HardlyYardley][quote Higgosboots][quote mini_andy]Who the hell would want to buy us? Asset strippers or fans unfortunately[/quote]

Mini, I think we are promising acquisition at the right price and in the right place, we have potential to reach the Championship and stay their with money put in, we've a big ground and space to expand it on up to maybe 20-25k with a full rebuild. We are based on a good footballing corner of the World, Everton, Lpool, Manchester region sides, Pie in the sky at present but we can dream.[/quote]

But the dream of really large crowds never came true even when we were consistently playing very attractive football and on the verge of getting into the top league.[/quo
te]

Agreed, like I say pie in the sky, if it we're gonna happen it was back then,[/quote]

Dont agree, the world of foreign investment is a very modern trait. A Chinese investor could well invest now, but in 1996 modern China was mearly a fishermans importers dream.[/quote]

Investment could very much happen, not big crowds though.[/quote]

Look at Bournemuff, Brighton, Swansea, Hull and in the championship Burton, Brentford all clubs who at some time in the recent past have been worst off than us in terms of finance, gates, league position, the difference, investment. Too right the Chinese connection is all about MP getting Chinese investment into the club, they are the only ones who will look at a 'small' club and realise the potential, the Europeans and Americans would not be interested in us. I doubt there are any Rovers fans out there with deep pockets, PJ being the last and look at the flak he got.
MP is developing the club into a saleable commodity, he would not be spending his time with the Chinese if he thought nothing would come of it, why do you think so much effort has gone into Solar Campus and the hospitality areas of the ground.
Footballers investing into clubs, don't make me laugh, they do not have the finance and investors are always looking to turn a profit.
Size of crowd in the modern game is no longer significant, its all about TV money and advertising, even for the big clubs they get more from shirt sponsorship than they do in gate receipts.
Most of the players know that come the end of this season they will be released as if they don't get us promoted this season clearly they need to be replaced, if we do get promoted most will not be good enough for league 2, look at FGR, bottom of the league.
I think as a team we have become too predictable, lack confidence, and the fear of losing is causing us to play far too defensively, Micky choses the team and the tactics but once the players cross the line its down to them to perform.
I'm convinced we will come good, disappointed that we are not running away with this league as I have not seen any team playing consistently well, the league is still there for the winning.
If what has been said is true and MP announces some investment, and we are talking a minimum £3m each season in this division, then all will turn out fine and we could still achieve the aim of championship football, and from there anything is possible.[/quote]

+1.This makes a lot of sense.

Re: Is Aldo consortium attempting a bid
Posted by: Viking Tranmere (IP Logged)
Date: 26 September, 2017 19:06

[quote stairwaytoheaven][quote Higgosboots][quote TranmereFan][quote Higgosboots][quote HardlyYardley][quote Higgosboots][quote mini_andy]Who the hell would want to buy us? Asset strippers or fans unfortunately[/quote]

Mini, I think we are promising acquisition at the right price and in the right place, we have potential to reach the Championship and stay their with money put in, we've a big ground and space to expand it on up to maybe 20-25k with a full rebuild. We are based on a good footballing corner of the World, Everton, Lpool, Manchester region sides, Pie in the sky at present but we can dream.[/quote]

But the dream of really large crowds never came true even when we were consistently playing very attractive football and on the verge of getting into the top league.[/quo
te]

Agreed, like I say pie in the sky, if it we're gonna happen it was back then,[/quote]

Dont agree, the world of foreign investment is a very modern trait. A Chinese investor could well invest now, but in 1996 modern China was mearly a fishermans importers dream.[/quote]

Investment could very much happen, not big crowds though.[/quote]

Look at Bournemuff, Brighton, Swansea, Hull and in the championship Burton, Brentford all clubs who at some time in the recent past have been worst off than us in terms of finance, gates, league position, the difference, investment. Too right the Chinese connection is all about MP getting Chinese investment into the club, they are the only ones who will look at a 'small' club and realise the potential, the Europeans and Americans would not be interested in us. I doubt there are any Rovers fans out there with deep pockets, PJ being the last and look at the flak he got.
MP is developing the club into a saleable commodity, he would not be spending his time with the Chinese if he thought nothing would come of it, why do you think so much effort has gone into Solar Campus and the hospitality areas of the ground.
Footballers investing into clubs, don't make me laugh, they do not have the finance and investors are always looking to turn a profit.
Size of crowd in the modern game is no longer significant, its all about TV money and advertising, even for the big clubs they get more from shirt sponsorship than they do in gate receipts.
Most of the players know that come the end of this season they will be released as if they don't get us promoted this season clearly they need to be replaced, if we do get promoted most will not be good enough for league 2, look at FGR, bottom of the league.
I think as a team we have become too predictable, lack confidence, and the fear of losing is causing us to play far too defensively, Micky choses the team and the tactics but once the players cross the line its down to them to perform.
I'm convinced we will come good, disappointed that we are not running away with this league as I have not seen any team playing consistently well, the league is still there for the winning.
If what has been said is true and MP announces some investment, and we are talking a minimum £3m each season in this division, then all will turn out fine and we could still achieve the aim of championship football, and from there anything is possible.[/quote]

based on the league table, most of those played so far are not good enough for the National League!

Re: Is Aldo consortium attempting a bid
Posted by: Loyden1 (IP Logged)
Date: 26 September, 2017 19:17

Is there a record for longest quotes

Re: Is Aldo consortium attempting a bid
Posted by: TranmereFan (IP Logged)
Date: 26 September, 2017 21:35

[quote Viking Tranmere][quote stairwaytoheaven][quote Higgosboots][quote TranmereFan][quote Higgosboots][quote HardlyYardley][quote Higgosboots][quote mini_andy]Who the hell would want to buy us? Asset strippers or fans unfortunately[/quote]

Mini, I think we are promising acquisition at the right price and in the right place, we have potential to reach the Championship and stay their with money put in, we've a big ground and space to expand it on up to maybe 20-25k with a full rebuild. We are based on a good footballing corner of the World, Everton, Lpool, Manchester region
sides, Pie in the sky at present but we can dream.[/quote]

But the dream of really large crowds never came true even when we were consistently playing very attractive football and on the verge of getting into the top league.[/quo
te]

Agreed, like I say pie in the sky, if it we're gonna happen it was back then,[/quote]

Dont agree, the world of foreign investment is a very modern trait. A Chinese investor could well invest now, but in 1996 modern China was mearly a fishermans importers dream.[/quote]

Investment could very much happen, not big crowds though.[/quote]

Look at Bournemuff, Brighton, Swansea, Hull and in the championship Burton, Brentford all clubs who at some time in the recent past have been worst off than us in terms of finance, gates, league position, the difference, investment. Too right the Chinese connection is all about MP getting Chinese investment into the club, they are the only ones who will look at a 'small' club and realise the potential, the Europeans and Americans would not be interested in us. I doubt there are any Rovers fans out there with deep pockets, PJ being the last and look at the flak he got.
MP is developing the club into a saleable commodity, he would not be spending his time with the Chinese if he thought nothing would come of it, why do you think so much effort has gone into Solar Campus and the hospitality areas of the ground.
Footballers investing into clubs, don't make me laugh, they do not have the finance and investors are always looking to turn a profit.
Size of crowd in the modern game is no longer significant, its all about TV money and advertising, even for the big clubs they get more from shirt sponsorship than they do in gate receipts.
Most of the players know that come the end of this season they will be released as if they don't get us promoted this season clearly they need to be replaced, if we do get promoted most will not be good enough for league 2, look at FGR, bottom of the league.
I think as a team we have become too predictable, lack confidence, and the fear of losing is causing us to play far too defensively, Micky choses the team and the tactics but once the players cross the line its down to them to perform.
I'm convinced we will come good, disappointed that we are not running away with this league as I have not seen any team playing consistently well, the league is still there for the winning.
If what has been said is true and MP announces some investment, and we are talking a minimum £3m each season in this division, then all will turn out fine and we could still achieve the aim of championship football, and from there anything is possible.[/quote]

based on the league table, most of those played so far are not good enough for the National League![/quote]

Just trying tiebreak the record

Re: Is Aldo consortium attempting a bid
Posted by: pez (IP Logged)
Date: 27 September, 2017 03:31

Quote:
Aldo'smuzzy
Mrs P has tweeted to say this supposed bid is news to her.

When did she say this and to who? Ive not seen anything on Twitter about this at all?

I follow NP on Twitter.

Re: Is Aldo consortium attempting a bid
Posted by: AndyMase (IP Logged)
Date: 27 September, 2017 17:40

Issue with investment is anyone looking at us right now will not see a potential investment return as we zip up the league's. They will probably see a bargain to be had and hope we don't get relegated and ruin their investment.
So unless the deal is on the table already I don't expect to hear anything soon, most likely end of the season when they will consider our value and potential

Re: Is Aldo consortium attempting a bid
Posted by: Eric01 Tranmere (IP Logged)
Date: 27 September, 2017 23:17

Tranmere69, in your post you mention making the club saleable commodity? (at least I think it was you rather than a quote from somebody else).

Did you mean saleable from the point of attracting investment and advertising or did you mean that the club could be smartened up so much as a business that somebody really would be interested in buying the club from MP/NP?

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