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November 02, 2017, 03:00:59 AM
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Well the reason we were linked with Sissoko was because Moshiri was "desperate" to make a marquee signing and spend £30m on one player. He didn't seem to care who it was apparently, he just wanted to make a statement.


March 02, 2018, 04:36:31 PM
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The £150 million interest fee loan with no fixed repayment date was his money.
He paid it into the club

Other than that who knows whose money it is

September 11, 2018, 06:32:02 PM
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Tom Cannon can fuck off


September 12, 2018, 12:39:42 AM
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I didn't listen to what he said, but he can fuck off, and he can take his pretend professor status - at a university which doesn't actually exist - and go fuck himself

October 14, 2018, 01:44:57 PM
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so more stuff coming out that seems to want to link Moshiri to money laundering, this time in football in Belgium after the Onyekuru deal, which everyone on here thought was very strange at the time

https://www.voetbalkrant.com/nl/nieuws/lees/2018-10-12/mogi-bayat-manipuleerde-de-transfers-van-henry-onyekuru-en-sofiane-hanni

an English "paper" claims that Moshiri was heavily involved in the transfer....

October 14, 2018, 05:00:26 PM
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Whatís the gist of the accusation re Onyekuru ?

that his agent is a proper crook who is involved in match fixing and money laundering, and that the agent has been involved in all of Onyekuru's transfers (to us, and then his two loan spells away from us)

does seem a relatively long-winded way of laundering money, but quite an easy one if clubs are continually prepared to pay loan fees for him


October 14, 2018, 05:10:57 PM
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Article states the agent manipulated the clubs to gain more money for himself, canít see how this links Moshiri when the article basically says he fleeced the clubs?

think the main idea that the "paper" who has linked him is that they are both Iranian and therefore must both be involved together?

October 14, 2018, 05:27:56 PM
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Got to love these type of stories, the agent is a bad egg and because he is Iranian Moshiri is in with him is the story the paper will go with instead of being conned out of money. Which English paper is this Si?

it's not one that we will link to, put it that way

October 14, 2018, 05:44:49 PM
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football clubs have to publish how much they pay agents

there was a bit of a stir about the amount Everton revealed in the first accounts that it was mandatory in, despite the fact that we've always been prepared to pay agents more than other people, which is how we signed Tim Cahill

October 14, 2018, 06:57:33 PM
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Another thing to add to the academy tapping up thing, possible points deduction over Silva, and obviously that Panorama stuff about our involvement with Usmanov.

Either we are genuinely dodgy and/or pretty brazen at doing things that other clubs do subtley, or there is a bit of a withchunt going on.
I met a former director of LFC shortly after our clumsy approach for Silva and he said "you can see Moshiri isn't a football man as you simply don't do that mid season" or words to that effect

I wonder if he's broken etiquette on more stuff than gets out and people are starting to try and find things to get at us / him

The Panorama stuff seemed blown up considering what it was compared to, but is that another example of him being targeted and set up as an example?

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October 14, 2018, 09:01:47 PM
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He did at Arsenal ,without the blink of an eye and much more money involved .So what was the question?


he actually bought in hoping to one day become a majority shareholder, and at the beginning was treated like a normal large shareholder - like being invited to board meetings and stuff

then Kroenke and he fell out as they both wanted to be the majority shareholder, but neither would sell to the other, and with Kroenke owning more shares than Usmanov, and having more influence with people within the club, Usmanov was frozen out but stuck with a huge shareholding in a company he now had zero influence over, and zero chance of having any influence over.


October 15, 2018, 05:04:19 PM
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Isn't that the entire purpose of an agent?
Why would a player transfer go ahead without the agents involvement?

he didn't act for the player in any of the deals though, he acted for the selling (or in our case) the loaning clubs.

June 06, 2019, 11:38:44 PM
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We came very close to slipping out of the league and us surviving had very little to do with him. If kings dock had been funded (we were told the money was ringfenced) we might be in city's position now. Bill kenwright being around our club has been to our detriment
Or we could be in the same position as Middlesbrough. Nobody knows.

June 07, 2019, 01:38:56 AM
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Yes it was success after success until Bill got involved.
Kinda was like, when you look at when he first joined the board

June 07, 2019, 02:08:05 AM
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Well for all of 24 months anyway.
Have we ever had a longer run of winning stuff?