Port Vale And Plymouth Argyle: Money Men Updates

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14 Responses

  1. John Beech says:

    Well, I’ll put my hand up as an unremitting cynic when it comes to the Spinmeister.

  2. Dave says:

    A potteries legend Mo…. Be a massive boost to the Vale

  3. prideofthepotteries says:

    Go-arrn Mo, I’m sure that you’ll be the best thing to happen to the Vale for years.I am confident that you can get us out of this nightmare league (league 2), get rid of these leaches (V2001) and take us up to where a club of our fanbase and stadium/facilities belongs… The Championship!!

  4. Port Vale officinado says:

    Right on “pride of the potteries” our club/support is better than league 2, as we have proved on numerous occassions i.e. Burnley away. Mo can take us to where we belong.

  5. Ha ha ha funny as funk……Jim Zieg heil Gannon and now this …pmsl ohh please my sides are splitting ….and people have the cheek to call us Sjoke.
    I hope for Fails sake this is a load of bull this bloke sounds more dodgy than Arfur Daily hohoho ;-p

  6. Jasper says:

    I feel that if some one takes the time to write such a well typed and well presented article as the one above then one should take the time to get the facts straight i will admit from the outset that i have known Mo for over 20 years and would consier him to be one of my best freinds and feel qualified to make comments on Mo but firstly the facts
    You stated that Mo was involved With General Portfolio who miss sold pensions Wrong……Mo did work forGeneral Portfolio for a breif time General Portfolio never sold pensions they only sold life insurance this can be easely checked and recomend that you do so. secondly MO
    never said that he was going to borrow money or take loans to fund Port Vale however he did say that he would inject certain moneys via directors loans which is a common method of injecting capital from one company to another interest or capital repayment would only be paid if and when and when the club could afford it is still his own money that is at risk . I also amazed at some of the rubbish that is said about Mo by people who do not know him i can honestly say that he is honest honourable trustworthy and a bloody good mate and it is a fact that when he gets control of PV the fans fans may have something to cheer about.

  7. Your article is not factual. For Mo to get control of the Vale he will be buying 51% 0f unsold shares at a cost of approx £1.21 million. This would wipe out roughly 35% of the club’s debts. The interest free loans will be used to cover the other 65% of the debts. All positives for the club.

  8. ewd un,ex vale says:

    just a line to say how sick and fed up i am hearing about mo the messiah and what he’s going to do for the vale,yeh right. i am since the last weekend home game an ex supporter when a cretinous lout smelling strongly of drink said that he was going to kick my effing head in for not wearing a black and gold scarf,i left soon afterwards and as i was leaving vale fans started fighting amongst themselves.all this crass stupidity started when for reasons only they know this black and gold idea embraced mo as their idol and saviour,personally i wouldn’t trust him as far as i could throw him, his business dealings have been dodgy at worst and unethical at best.ask him about his hidden agenda, in all of his business dealings and they are a matter of public record a lot of toes have been trod on and fingers burned but mo has always come out smelling of roses,(allegedly of course)and he has split the supporters down the middle,not the actions of a man with the best interests of the club at heart, mo’s only interest is mo’s wallet.

  9. Lorne Street Realist says:

    “Vale fans are, nonetheless, firmly united behind Chaudry, against Valiant 2001″

    Not true – only a small, but very vocal minority wear black and gold, and the 500 or so people who have pledged not to renew season tickets are in the minority too. Regardless of what the B&G group think, the majority of shareholders still seem to be behind the Board.

    Personally, I don’t trust either side; neither the Board, nor Mo, nor Mike Newton. I think the only millionaire I’d trust to step in would be RW.

  10. Jasper says:

    Like i said above ewd making statements about some one he does not know yes Mo is a business and yes he has probably ruffled a few feathers over the years but that does not mean he has done it illegaly that is that is why he comes out smelling of roses as u put it.Mo or someone very much like him is what PV needs dont know about you but i cant see any one else offering

  11. Jasper says:

    Like i said above ewd making statements about some one he does not know yes Mo is a business man and yes he has probably ruffled a few feathers over the years but that does not mean he has done it illegaly that is why he comes out smelling of roses as u put it. Mo or someone very much like him is what PV needs dont know about you but i cant see any one else offering

  12. ewd un,ex vale says:

    jasper ,if you know him that well ask him about his hidden agenda,he’s got one no doubt about that and i don’t doubt that he’s just kept within the law but that doesn’t make it right or inspire trust. no mention of the drunken oaf who lost the vale a supporter of 40 odd years, perhaps you approve of his actions,i suppose it could have been you,anyway if you do approve or are of the view that the end justifies the means i’m best out of it, i’m to old now to go knocking sense into thickheads although i do think that a good days shooting wouldn’t go amiss.

  13. Rob says:

    Lorne Street Realist – You’d really want Robbie Williams to step in (by RW, I presume you meant Robbie, not Ray Williams) the only millionaire with less business acumen than the current board???

  1. March 14, 2012

    […] Mo’s interaction with customers is commendable, and it is with customer polling that the new Fitness Gym, “M-Club” bears its name. I also have reason to believe that Mo echoed similar sentiments to the possibility of raising prices at Vale Park, already over £20 at current prices. This was on the condition that it was what customers wanted. There is also a caveat that it may be inevitable – a ticket raise – if similar improvements are to come to Vale Park, they are needed, and the business demands it.  Unfortunately for this exiled Valiant, with prices already as they are and with other costs to factor in, could rule me out. I wonder if those that have already sided with Mo, have forgotten about the potential ticket rise, when it is probably easier to remember the 10%-off season ticket pledge for SEO. […]

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