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Portsmouth Announce That The Club Is On The Brink Of Liquidation

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More recently, Aldershot went bust when in the 4th division in 1992, and Chester City in the conference who went bust in Jan this year.

Also, N of the border, Gretna got to the final of the Scottish cup, and played one season the premier div & in the UEFA cup 1 year before going under!

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apologies deflation,didn't know.dont really follow football.

Fair play though, Acrrington were famous 'cos of that milk advert. They resigned from the league in 1962 and went bust in 1966.

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double apologies,looked for it on the main forum and didn't see it.

Mods can you please merge

Yep it got moved off topic because football has no impact on the economy whatsever, :rolleyes:

Edit: and it's not like we want to talk about this topic. (This is only the fifth thread started about it)

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first question to ask is where did Gaydamak and Sulaiman al Fahim get their money from???:angry: Revolution time guys, and it's not about football...f***** thiefs!!!

In the case of alFahim, Dubai; Gaydamak, Russia

Not sure how you'd go about seizing the means of production in the UAE, but all the best.

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