Recent content by dockroad

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    Who sells tickets on Stubhub?

    Totally incorrect . There are only 7 tickets left dotted about the Upper Visitors section on sale for £48 . The tickets referred to by the OP are in the Top Balcony. The same thing happened a few times last season and I queried who was selling all these tickets together at the same price. I...
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    Question from an international Evertonian

    do you have to buy a £30 membership for each ticket ? if so you might be better off paying Stubhub prices and getting better seats
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    John Stones

    He's no better than Keane. Swerve.
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    Question from an international Evertonian

    You do know the game has been switched to Sunday 1st March for Sky ? You should get tickets via the club but they may be obstructed views. There are better tickets on Stubhub but maybe more expensive. You collect tickets at Goodison so that would mean no postal charges or delays.
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    New Stadium Discussion

    Anyone know when the council are going to upload the plans to their website so we can see them ? Somebody on here must have a mate who works there ?
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    Usmanov

    I don't know what you are disputing. EFC is a private limited company. Private just means It isn't quoted on the stock exchange but anyone can buy shares ( when available ) via Blankstone Singtons who are based in Exchange Flags . I believe anyone who wants to sell shares has to go through the...
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    Usmanov

    https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/00036624
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    Usmanov

    EFC is a private limited company . The heading on my shares certificate clearly states THE EVERTON FOOTBALL CLUB LIMITED ( INCORPORATED UNDER THE COMPANIES ACT )
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    Usmanov

    EFC is a private limited company but is registered at Companies House so I would think the answere is yes. Unless you know different ?
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    Usmanov

    Is Everton FC outside the scope of the Companies Act ?
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    Usmanov

    Thanks for your full explanation. I am aware of the squeeze-out rights in the case of a takeover but I have always understood the same rule applies at any time.
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    Usmanov

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    Usmanov

    I beg to differ. Under the Companies Act ,when the 90% threshold is reached ,the majority shareholder can compulsorily purchase the remaining shares. Equally ,the minority shareholders can oblige the majority shareholder to buy them out.
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    Usmanov

    No what ?
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    Usmanov

    Moshiri has said he has no wish to buy out small shareholders but I suppose that could change. He would have to deal with individuals who probably do not wish to sell. Only when and if he reaches 90% does he have any legal right or obligation to buy them.
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