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      NESV/Fenway Sports Group: Owners of LFC

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      Re: NESV/Fenway Sports Group: Owners of LFC
      Reply #35236: Jul 10, 2024 12:36:44 am
      The only way FSG are buying the Celtics is if they sell us.
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      Re: NESV/Fenway Sports Group: Owners of LFC
      Reply #35237: Jul 10, 2024 02:07:08 pm
      Echo reporting they're looking at French side Bordeaux
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      Re: NESV/Fenway Sports Group: Owners of LFC
      Reply #35238: Jul 16, 2024 03:06:18 pm
      No longer in running to purchase Bordeaux
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      Re: NESV/Fenway Sports Group: Owners of LFC
      Reply #35239: Jul 16, 2024 07:12:11 pm
      No longer in running to purchase Bordeaux

      Given France's newly elected NPF is intent on assessing a new 90% tax on any annual income above €400,000 (£337,954), one can only wonder how French teams will attract/retain quality players going forward.
      In a statement just released by Bordeaux, "the general economic context of French football" is a significant cause for concern.
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      Re: NESV/Fenway Sports Group: Owners of LFC
      Reply #35240: Jul 16, 2024 10:30:18 pm
      Given France's newly elected NPF is intent on assessing a new 90% tax on any annual income above €400,000 (£337,954), one can only wonder how French teams will attract/retain quality players going forward.
      In a statement just released by Bordeaux, "the general economic context of French football" is a significant cause for concern.

      How can anyone live on £400k a year really
      The world is mad isn't it
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      Reply #35241: Jul 17, 2024 06:27:29 am
      Given France's newly elected NPF is intent on assessing a new 90% tax on any annual income above €400,000 (£337,954), one can only wonder how French teams will attract/retain quality players going forward.
      In a statement just released by Bordeaux, "the general economic context of French football" is a significant cause for concern.

      The is always ways around tax laws look at Sunak, Cameron masters at it
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      Re: NESV/Fenway Sports Group: Owners of LFC
      Reply #35242: Jul 17, 2024 11:08:47 am
      Given France's newly elected NPF is intent on assessing a new 90% tax on any annual income above €400,000 (£337,954), one can only wonder how French teams will attract/retain quality players going forward.
      In a statement just released by Bordeaux, "the general economic context of French football" is a significant cause for concern.

      So F***ing jealous of the French. I wish if that was here as well.
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      Reply #35243: Jul 17, 2024 07:50:04 pm
      Given France's newly elected NPF is intent on assessing a new 90% tax on any annual income above €400,000 (£337,954), one can only wonder how French teams will attract/retain quality players going forward.
      In a statement just released by Bordeaux, "the general economic context of French football" is a significant cause for concern.

      Good old FSG pulling out after finding out France are changing there tax laws, no money to be made….move along
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      Re: NESV/Fenway Sports Group: Owners of LFC
      Reply #35244: Jul 17, 2024 08:03:36 pm
      Not sure it's the proposed tax - wealthy people usually find clever ways of avoiding tax - although political instability in general won't have helped. Stadium costs/concerns over new TV rights deal cited as reasons.
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      Re: NESV/Fenway Sports Group: Owners of LFC
      Reply #35245: Jul 18, 2024 06:36:24 am
      Good old FSG pulling out after finding out France are changing there tax laws, no money to be made….move along

      Quite right.

      If the tax laws are 80% like I've seen reported why would they want to get involved in France. L o l
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      Re: NESV/Fenway Sports Group: Owners of LFC
      Reply #35246: Jul 18, 2024 10:32:58 pm
      Think if this is implemented, there'll be a few off shore accounts being opened up, or maybe Saudi accounts.
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      Re: NESV/Fenway Sports Group: Owners of LFC
      Reply #35247: Jul 19, 2024 02:46:38 pm
      Given France's newly elected NPF is intent on assessing a new 90% tax on any annual income above €400,000 (£337,954), one can only wonder how French teams will attract/retain quality players going forward.
      In a statement just released by Bordeaux, "the general economic context of French football" is a significant cause for concern.

      Not really, the French FA can just get another load of talented African kids in and turn then into superstars.

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