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Tgwu

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PostSubject: Oystons in new again   Oystons in new again EmptyThu Jun 21, 2018 5:50 pm

Blackpool's owners, the Oyston family, will be forced to sell their shares in the club if an outstanding debt is not paid by 5 July, a court has ruled.

The Oystons were ordered to buy out ex-director Valeri Belokon's company, VB Football Assets, for £31m after a High Court trial in November.

An initial £10m payment was made by the family, however, a second similar sum, that was due in February, was not paid.

Seven properties owned by the Oystons could also be sold under the ruling.

An order of sale will come into force on the properties as well as shares in the Closelink group, which owns land to build a proposed large-scale housing development, and Blackpool Football Club (Properties) Limited, if the Oystons fail to pay the remainder of the debt within two weeks.

Blackpool Football Club (Properties) Limited owns the majority of the League One club's shares, as well as their Bloomfield Road home and Squires Gate training ground.

Control could then move to VB Football Assets, who would be able to sell the assets privately or at auction, with a minimum sale value of 75% of the assessed valuation set by the court.

In Thursday's hearing at the Rolls Building, in London, the Oystons claimed sales were in progress on some of the seven properties, which cannot be named due to their commercial sensitivity, and applied for a six-week adjournment in order to complete them.

This was turned down by the court, while the Oystons were ordered to pay £65,000 costs within 28 days.
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Tringreen

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PostSubject: Re: Oystons in new again   Oystons in new again EmptyFri Jun 22, 2018 7:24 am

At least they're 'obvious' villains.
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harvetheslayer

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PostSubject: Re: Oystons in new again   Oystons in new again EmptyFri Jun 22, 2018 7:56 am

Tringreen wrote:
At least they're 'obvious' villains.

Oh for the day we get a certain shyster in court after his huge number of bankruptcies adminstrations and closures are investigated for villainy
Newell thats your mate Brent by the way
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Jethro

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PostSubject: Re: Oystons in new again   Oystons in new again EmptyFri Jun 22, 2018 1:44 pm

harvetheslayer wrote:
Tringreen wrote:
At least they're 'obvious' villains.

Oh for the day we get a certain shyster in court after his huge number of bankruptcies adminstrations and closures are investigated for villainy
Newell thats your mate Brent by the way

That day must be getting closer
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Bob Crow

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PostSubject: Re: Oystons in new again   Oystons in new again EmptyMon Jun 25, 2018 11:38 am

Never understood how the FA/EFL ever allowed a convicted rapist to own a club.
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