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If Polygon and the USB buy the hall's 40% shares of the club, wouldn't they have more shares than FF's 29%?

And doesn't that make them in control of the club? Who would care then if FF was going to sell or not? As it appears that the halls are willing to sell.

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If Polygon and the USB buy the hall's 40% shares of the club, wouldn't they have more shares than FF's 29%?

And doesn't that make them in control of the club? Who would care then if FF was going to sell or not? As it appears that the halls are willing to sell.

 

:lol:

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If Polygon and the USB buy the hall's 40% shares of the club, wouldn't they have more shares than FF's 29%?

And doesn't that make them in control of the club? Who would care then if FF was going to sell or not? As it appears that the halls are willing to sell.

 

:lol:

 

And that is funny exactly how?

:confused:

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If Polygon and the USB buy the hall's 40% shares of the club, wouldn't they have more shares than FF's 29%?

And doesn't that make them in control of the club? Who would care then if FF was going to sell or not? As it appears that the halls are willing to sell.

 

:lol:

 

And that is funny exactly how?

:confused:

 

40% vs 29%, you do the math(s).

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If Polygon and the USB buy the hall's 40% shares of the club, wouldn't they have more shares than FF's 29%?

And doesn't that make them in control of the club? Who would care then if FF was going to sell or not? As it appears that the halls are willing to sell.

 

:lol:

 

And that is funny exactly how?

:confused:

 

mackems.gif

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If Polygon and the USB buy the hall's 40% shares of the club, wouldn't they have more shares than FF's 29%?

And doesn't that make them in control of the club? Who would care then if FF was going to sell or not? As it appears that the halls are willing to sell.

 

:lol:

 

And that is funny exactly how?

:confused:

 

mackems.gif

 

:lol:

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I started this thread so someone can give me an answer, not get a couple of masturbators jerking it off.

 

 

http://www.familypoet.com/graphics/Cry-Baby.gif

 

:lol:

 

 

 

http://images.amazon.com/images/P/B00005C0XO.01._PE04_.Vaseline-Petroleum-Jelly-Baby-Fresh-Scent-Tub-13oz._SCLZZZZZZZ_.jpg

finish off the bottle and let me know.

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http://images.amazon.com/images/P/B00005C0XO.01._PE04_.Vaseline-Petroleum-Jelly-Baby-Fresh-Scent-Tub-13oz._SCLZZZZZZZ_.jpg

finish off the bottle and let me know.

 

What on earth are you on about strange little Scandic chappy? :lol:

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Ok - if they acquire more than 30% they will then have to make a formal offer for all the shares. This could be rejected so they wont buy more than 30% until they know that the final offer they will make on all shares has a chance of being accepted.

 

So, if they did buy all the Halls shares then they would then need to ensure they got a controlling stake and that Fred was prepared to sell his. They wouldnt want 44% of a company they didnt really control as one of the shqareholders wont play ball.

 

Quite how the Halls have more than this 30%, yet were not subject to this FSA rule, am not sure on. Maybe because it is split between Sir John and Douggie?

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Ok - if they acquire more than 30% they will then have to make a formal offer for all the shares. This could be rejected so they wont buy more than 30% until they know that the final offer they will make on all shares has a chance of being accepted.

 

So, if they did buy all the Halls shares then they would then need to ensure they got a controlling stake and that Fred was prepared to sell his. They wouldnt want 44% of a company they didnt really control as one of the shqareholders wont play ball.

 

Quite how the Halls have more than this 30%, yet were not subject to this FSA rule, am not sure on. Maybe because it is split between Sir John and Douggie?

 

bluesleep.gif

 

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Ok - if they acquire more than 30% they will then have to make a formal offer for all the shares. This could be rejected so they wont buy more than 30% until they know that the final offer they will make on all shares has a chance of being accepted.

 

So, if they did buy all the Halls shares then they would then need to ensure they got a controlling stake and that Fred was prepared to sell his. They wouldnt want 44% of a company they didnt really control as one of the shqareholders wont play ball.

 

Quite how the Halls have more than this 30%, yet were not subject to this FSA rule, am not sure on. Maybe because it is split between Sir John and Douggie?

 

WOOP WOOP!

 

BORING ALERT!

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Everyone needs educating on things they know F*** all about. Including you two no-marks. ;)

 

Exactly, assuming that I would know how it works and then making fun of it isn't exactly the classiest thing to do.

Not that I'm surprised though.

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Ok - if they acquire more than 30% they will then have to make a formal offer for all the shares. This could be rejected so they wont buy more than 30% until they know that the final offer they will make on all shares has a chance of being accepted.

 

So, if they did buy all the Halls shares then they would then need to ensure they got a controlling stake and that Fred was prepared to sell his. They wouldnt want 44% of a company they didnt really control as one of the shqareholders wont play ball.

 

Quite how the Halls have more than this 30%, yet were not subject to this FSA rule, am not sure on. Maybe because it is split between Sir John and Douggie?

 

I don't understand any of that decent, well thought out post.

 

 

Not surprised. You're at 'uni' and we all know standards are crap nowadays...

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Ok - if they acquire more than 30% they will then have to make a formal offer for all the shares. This could be rejected so they wont buy more than 30% until they know that the final offer they will make on all shares has a chance of being accepted.

 

So, if they did buy all the Halls shares then they would then need to ensure they got a controlling stake and that Fred was prepared to sell his. They wouldnt want 44% of a company they didnt really control as one of the shqareholders wont play ball.

 

Quite how the Halls have more than this 30%, yet were not subject to this FSA rule, am not sure on. Maybe because it is split between Sir John and Douggie?

 

I don't understand any of that decent, well thought out post.

 

 

Not surprised. You're at 'uni' and we all know standards are crap nowadays...

 

Plainly jealous of melanchronic, tbh. ;)

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The fact that 90% of the posters in this thread are allowed to use Internet shows you what sort of standards are really out there ;)

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