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Paradise papers
#1
interesting article on the BBC sports pages today...
“who’s in control of Everton ?”

I didn’t realise Moshiri was Usmanov’s accountant & was involved in the fat tosser getting his 30% stake in Arsenal a few years back

whether it’s true or paper talk (probably somewhere in between) the article makes for an interesting read & suggests Moshiri’s ownership of Everton was funded by Usmanov

proof once again as if we needed it how dodgy some of these owners are

I never wanted Usmanov’s dirty money to control Arsenal & even though silent Stan Kroenke’s an uninspiring owner I’d rather have him there as there’s no dirt on him
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#2
United boss was working for JP Morgan. Everything is sadly very contaminated, currently.
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#3
that was an eye opening programme Panorama did last night

fathead & his dodgy accountant were only briefly mentioned...
instead the main focus was on Apple & Lewis Hamilton dodging taxes

whilst I agree the rich & famous never look good in these situations I’m more inclined to blame the regulators for giving the wealthy some wiggle room to find the loopholes
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#4
99% of these wealthy people are not productive actually. At least Hamilton risks his life in that car and there are many jobs and many research behind that car, the papers will spread some sensationalism and they'll move on for the next scandal.
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#5
I totally agree

the BBC sensationalise loads of shyte which puts me off watching their news daily.
I prefer Sky News & their presenters

Lewis Hamilton leaves decisions like that to his advisors so if anyone’s to blame it’s them for giving bad advice...
but again I don’t blame anyone for exploiting loopholes in the system
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#6
The 'BBC'  needs to be on subscription or  pay their own way in this world with  e.g. commercials !!   

If any household bill  comes close to causing mental meltdown... then for me its the 'TV licence' 

I agree with all the above etc...and would love to see their news editing priorities if 'Jo Public' did have a choice in subscribing ...
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#7
funnily enough I was only thinking earlier about the TV license situation & wondering how much longer it’ll last in it’s current form

amazing to think one TV broadcaster has so much say in the general public paying for the privilege of watching the box

I’d imagine one day the license will be a thing of the past
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#8
I'd rather get all the information from the social network, to get the reality from ordinary people ( workers, studs, pensioners, etc).

For the footy shit, our bayern is better than all the papers XD
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#9
I'll start charging for inside informations Caritas_05
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#10
(13-11-2017, 10:18 AM)Chikito.Sexappeal Wrote: I'd rather get all the information from the social network, to get the reality from ordinary people ( workers, studs, pensioners, etc).

For the footy shit, our bayern is better than all the papers XD

No wonder you know fuckall
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