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Friday, 21 October 2016

Fawaz Economics 101

You own a car.

You bought that car for £5000 2 years ago second hand.

The car is in excellent condition and all the working parts are in order, though lately a few parts had to be traded in and cheaper less quality ones used. It has an excellent service record up till a few years ago when it wasn’t quite kept in the right working order and it nearly failed its MOT because corners were cut.

You have put £40 a week into that car in Petrol, plus the costs of various parts meant you have probably spent another £500 in the two years or so. All in all, as well as a couple of fancy decorations you have spent £6000 over those 2 years.  What is the car worth now?

Clearly the car is now worth £10,700.

That’s what you have spent on it.

So if you sell 80% of it to a car dealer, but you can arrange to still drive it around and be able to get a share on an extra profits from the car being sold. In fact they should pay you £1000 a year to drive it!!!


Wednesday, 19 October 2016

Fawaz Revealed Demands Show the Shallow Fool He Really Is

Daniel Taylor published an article today featuring a number of facts that were known, such as Fawaz wanting to retain 20% of the club. What we also learned was some of the other details of his selling demands, and to say they are alarming and surprising is a huge understatement.

Fawaz apparently wants a weekly salary akin to a top player. That is utter crazy. I can even fathom how stupid such a demand is. Here is why.

If I owned a company that had, in generous terms, not progressed, and in more real terms, I had singly failed in my leadership of it, I would expect to sell that company for a fee which the company was worth and get the hell out. What I, or any sane person wouldn't expect was to stay on in a token role of no real apparent point, and then demand a salary as much as many of the company’s top performers, despite, let us remember, my leadership being a failure. Fawaz clearly thinks he is worth this.

Let us also then mention the next point Taylor featured. Wages are regularly late. Players are disgruntled and have frequently considered strikes. No wonder the defence often falls asleep, criticisms of players not giving their worth would perhaps have some justification. If I wasn’t paid in my job, my performance and work satisfaction would plummet.

What we also have his Sycophant in chief Emad backing up his demands, and even saying that £1million a year isn’t a lot. In what person’s world is a 7 figure salary not much? The weekly fee is more than a great deal of fans ANNUAL salary. For someone who HAS FAILED.

This of course gets better. Fawaz also wants a return of any future profits, which is more than what most suspected of wanting to sell his 20% when promoted for a greatly inflated fee. Furthermore he wants bonuses (BONUSES!!! FOR THIS CLOWN??!!) Akin to the players. You know those guys who actually do a role on the pitch.

So as we say about unhappy players, how would it feel that a man who didn’t pay your wages on time and who failed in what he sold you, then demands a salary more than or equal to yours? Its crazy!!!
What exactly Fawaz will do for this salary is unclear. He can’t work effectively when it’s his money on the line so what he’d actually do for his money when its someone else who is paying the bills and trying to guide us to success is beyond my comprehension.

The temerity of the man is ridiculous. Emad promises an official rebuke from the club, which will be interesting. No doubt it will talk a lot about how he is working to better the club (all the while negotiating a deal that would seriously hinder FFP restrictions.) I think he thinks these rebuttals work, because in the past they sort of have. I really think he doesn’t realise just how angry this latest revelation has made people. Already unpopular the fact he clearly now just wants to line his pockets, suggest he has never ever had the club at heart. He always just wanted to get us promoted to sell for profit, and was so hopelessly misguided in his approach that he has failed.

The man has to be gotten rid of. Since I last wrote an article that proved to be by far the most read on this sites history, a few details also came clear from other fans. But each time a new announcement is made, so it was revealed that potential buyers were close, which temporarily appeased people, till today’s bombshell, when even surely the last acolyte of Fawaz will no longer believe the man’s propaganda, or his vain claims of family abuse, despite there being no evidence.

Fawaz has to go now. Not 80%, not a salary, just out of the club 100%. All ties cut. Just go Fawaz; you are the least welcome man at the City Ground. Even Scholar and Wray are looking better than you. 
Saturday, 8 October 2016

Fawaz: Midnight Twitter Rants and the Real Truth of what’s Happening Behind the Scenes at Nottingham Forest (UPDATED)

A lot of what I am going to write here is joining up dots. A bit of what someone said, a bit what someone else said and trying to draw a line in between and what’s really been happening at Forest in the past 3 months. It may not all be “true” but a lot of this is likely or versions of these events. I don’t ever claim to be  ‘#itk’ but this to me seems as likely version of events as any.

In late August all was well. Fawaz had in theory got his backers with the Marinakis 80% takeover. Marinakis understandably had huge input to the appointment of the director of football Pedro Perrieria and also the manager Philippe Montanier. Fawaz happy to have the backing and the chance to stay on in his token Chairman role was happy to take a back seat and get rid of some of the flack.

However, the takeover dragged on. In part due to Marinakis and his Greek court case, which led to the Football league digging its heals on ratifying anything whilst a potential owner and “fit and proper” person could be done for all sorts of offences would look awful for them, Its clear from the Vellios signing before we had a manager that something akin to this was occurring.

There was also an element of whilst the takeover was being dragged out allegedly of Fawaz, apparently not being happy about paying the bills before the Greeks were in. I.e. there was the wage payment for June. Supposedly Fawaz, as he was to be longer the owner, apparently didn’t want to pay the £400k or so that the monthly wages amounted to, believing the Greeks should pay the bill. The Greeks as they were not owners yet rightly believed they shouldn’t. After all you don’t start paying a mortgage off till you actually agree the house move. This led to a further hiccup with a 2% part of the deal being negotiated which amounted to the £400k.

This also meant he didn’t want to do the necessary work on the ground the council wanted, resulting in the reduce capacity, because apparently Fawaz didn’t want to pay for work he’d never see the benefit of.
Role on the August and things are already strained. Without the family support anymore for the club, funds are running low. We have made one real cash signing in Vellios, but the rest are the usual array of loans and freebies. In part to offset losses coming up in the next months, Fawaz sells Burke. Bear in mind at this stage the deal with the Greeks is still kind of on, but just on a back burner whilst all the legal issues hopefully ran their course. This angered the Greeks. Their main asset sold behind their back for a fee that was lower than could be achieved, but that was paid up front, so Fawaz could in theory,  fund the club for the next few months.

Now there is a slight element of feeling sorry there for Fawaz. He had to do something to get money to keep the club running without family money, but with the Greek takeover dragging on and not looking any closer, and no other real deals on the table; he had to act to get that money. As I say, it was all up front. Bigger deals were for longer term payments, so would not have gotten him the requisite cash to see through the months ahead. What the problem is here is that he lied. He covered up that essentially this all came about due to his ineptitude.

Here’s where the real drama comes in. Pedro Pereira as the Greeks man at the club, due to the Greeks anger is told to not just splash the cash on anyone. Not sure of the reasons really, surely you would want a proper replacement. So when in interviews Fawaz says the money was made available, some of it was, just not all of it. He needed some to keep the club afloat, as without we were in the shit.

Pereira therefore doesn’t spend the cash going ahead with the already planned Lica & Dumituru deals, and eventually Bendtner. The Greeks now want it back fire on Fawaz and make him look bad, which it of course does. He sold a man behind his potential new investor’s backs but he kind of had to. Hence previously he said he wouldn’t sell anyone. This is also why other clubs were hovering around Assombalonga, hoping to be able to pick him for cheap, knowing that all this was going on behind the scenes.

This annoys Fawaz, he knows he is going to get a lot of flak and fight fires for not signing a proper replacements. He wanted to and had apparently himself earmarked targets, but Pereira blocked them with his man Montanier. Hoping the Greek takeover goes through, that the lion-share of that Burke sale comes to them to spend of their targets, not the overpriced signings of someone who has consistently negotiated bad deals. (The Greeks are agog at some of the wages average players re on.) Hence also why Burke elt the club didn’t want to keep him, they needed the money.

So relations between Fawaz and Pereira are non-existent. We get to the point now, where we are looking at other deals, with the news that other parties have been interested but are not willing to engage in this ridiculous 80% sale as long as Fawaz stays on deal. Fawaz wants the club to get promoted to sell his 20% for a greatly inflated fee and get his money back, and end this horrible tenure at the club.

Things reach a head last night, where Pereira and Fawaz can no longer work together and the Director of Football is sacked. Fawaz never saw the point in the role and once it was apparent he’d have to pay for someone he thinks acted against him, he severed ties with him.

This led to the first cryptic tweet last night about Actions speaking louder than words, though its exact meaning and point I don’t know, which led to a torrent of abuse from fans and then Fawaz lashing back out, which led to even more abuse before Emad waded in with the most idiotic badly directed tweets ever about how fans don’t put their money into their pockets to fund the club. Which is precisely what all of have been doing for years.

Now relations are so strained that Montanier may well follow. Fawaz wants to clear the decks of the Greek legacy. This isn’t helped of course by the poor form seeing us fall down the table. He also thinks that this is to do with lower crowds, not the fact that we have had 4 years of decline under the Kuwaiti.

Pereira has been let go. Montanier hangs in the balance, the next few results deciding that. Further player sales may well have to come to keep the club afloat, but all the while there are buyers there, none of them will entertain this 20% notion which Fawaz clings too. Hence he wants his £100m he kept tweeting about last night in ridiculous tirades at tired fans. Also the fact some fans were claiming we are going to be in the shit is because last night he wanted to walk away from Forest. Fawas has had enough. However he knows he can;t just leave this thing he owns, and needs it to be successful to maximise value to sell it.

If it all feels a bit Jackanory, I agree, but that’s where the clubs at. It’s a soap opera. It’s a plot even Eastenders wouldn’t touch. But maybe, just maybe, it’s what’s happening. We have been lied to. Fawaz cannot and will not admit the well is dry. The family have said no more cash, hence he is looking for investors. But would you pay for 80% for something for someone else to run it and try and reap the benefits of? Of course not. This all boils down to him not wanting to sell up and try and keep his cult of personality afloat.

***EDIT*** Pereira has now "resigned." So there we go, the next piece in this puzzle. Now from what I have read in two or three places it has to do with leaking information to the Greek Journalist
Antonis Oikonomidis about what has been happening. It was that journalist of course who mentioned about Red Bull offering for the club. Fawaz has been angered by him leaking this news that was meant to be secret, especially considering his recent tirades about who's offering for the club now. 

More as it happens
Wednesday, 5 October 2016

Fawaz: The Immovable Object

This summer seemed almost like a watershed for Nottingham Forest. After all the supposed new deal with the Greek shipping magnate Evangelos Marinakis looked to go through, only for the Football League to essentially put the kybosh on the deal, Fawaz has looked elsewhere for investment.

Time to go Fawaz
It’s clearly obvious that Fawaz has no more funding from the al-Hasawi family for Forest. Hence the Oliver Burke sale. Fawaz therefore needs to find new partners for his play thing. Rather than selling up and forgetting the whole sorry episode, it seems he is desperate to carry on, but just needs someone to give him the funds. As is obvious after this last 4
years no-one in their right mind would allow Fawaz anywhere near their product.

I think its extremely misguided and extremely naïve of Fawaz to think anyone would want to come in as a silent partner for him to probably squander the money. I know the view would be the money gained back if promoted would dwarf that invested. Fawaz though shows no ability to chairman a  club to anywhere. Progressively finishing lower under his guidance, its not exactly something that would instil confidence in any further investors.

The fact that there are interested parties is positive. The fact that Fawaz doesn’t want to sell fully is less so. Red Bull are a successful investor in sport, but the clubs legacy would be whitewashed as their brand gets put over everything at the club. The name, the stadium, the kit colours, we really would be a marketing tool for them. That’s said, I’m not sure it’s so easy to change the name of the team (see Hull) so it could be less of a chore.

Other investors have enquired and instantly given up interest when the details of any deal Fawaz wants come to light. So we have an impasse. Fawaz is keen to stay with the club, and I genuinely believe the guy thinks he can get Forest promoted. Like any of us though, whether that be an evening at the Dog track, or even on 2p slot machines at the seafront, “just another go” is that dangerous mindset.

I am not for hounding out Fawaz. Not in the slightest. Fans hounded out Doughty, which was ridiculous and nearly got us relegated when the club had to sell any player retaining value and see the likes of Chambers, Lynch and McCleary leave for nothing. The same would happen again with Lansbury and Assombalonga out the door quickly, followed soon after by anyone retaining any value.

That said, Fawaz doesn’t appear to have the backing anymore either. Clinging on to hope that this house of cards won’t fall down he appeals to anyone to invest.

I saw an analogy yesterday and I should have saved who it was to put in, where someone said "I'll just sell my house and demand the new owner lets me kip in spare room for free." and that's what it feels like. He can't do it himself anymore, but still wants the kudos and praise for guiding Forest up. It merely suggests he is extremely shallow and materialistic. Exactly what we said before when Fawaz only wanted to spend on shiny signings not actual ground infrastructure and security.

Hopefully Fawaz will realise his dream of selling 80% but retaining charge is folly. And we can move on and draw a line under the past 4 years of gradual decline.
Friday, 30 September 2016

Will the Bung Trail Lead to Nottingham Forest?

The scandal embroiling English football now and managers and senior club staff taking bungs in transfers is one that looks both widespread and entrenched into the game. No mention of been said thus far of any connection to Nottingham Forest in all of this, but it feels like this can’t be far from the club.

Even with the embargo curtailing our transfer dealings for so long, it wouldn’t stop under hand payments to agents to encourage players to choose ourselves out of those free transfers. I am being absolutely clear. I am not suggesting this is the case, but that there is the possibility, and more in the opposite direction. A club in our situation had to try and grease the wheels of movement.

When you consider the Davies second era at the club, there was a lot of strange goings on happening, whereby he and Jim Price effectively removed many of the top echelons of the club in a personal vendetta. They then used Brian O’Neil, a former player for Davies as a consultant. None of this is exactly news, as this was taken from a Daniel Taylor article in the Guardian.

“His cousin and adviser, Jim Price, a solicitor currently suspended from the profession, had a prominent involvement working for Davies, despite the league saying he failed their fit-and-proper-person rules. Brian O'Neil, a former player turned agent, was also brought in by Davies to work as a consultant.”

Using an agent cum consultant has to leave a few question marks, especially when involving people with other questionable merits to running a football club. A lot of players were signed on high wages, with Fawaz basically just paying bills. There’s no suggestion of any bungs, or otherwise, but the fact we using an unlicensed operator on deals again bought the club into question.

“The Football League’s belated intervention into Jim Price, agent of Nottingham Forest manager Billy Davies, running the club on a daily basis despite not having passed the owners and directors test, is also expected to lead to scrutiny of Forest’s transfer dealings. Agents have complained that unlicensed operator Brian O’Neil, a Scottish former footballer with Celtic, Derby and Preston, has been acting for Forest. The club were unavailable for comment on Friday — not for the first time.”

Fawaz himself admitted culpability in this matter. "It was a mistake," Hasawi admits. "They were running the club with an agent and a solicitor, which is wrong. I don't like [what happened] but it was my mistake, not their mistake. This was down to me. I trusted everybody in the club. I gave them everything. 'Do whatever you want to do.' And this was wrong.”

So if you consider the witch-hunt going on into football now it surely might come back to bite the club again that we were running such a questionable operating procedure. Why would an unlicensed operator be anywhere near the whole procedure? Unless potentially to help with “negotiations.”

David has form for nepotism. In his time at Motherwell signed both his brother and brother-in-law. Furthermore his son was on Forest books, Mark Davies and apparently installed as Youth level captain. So with all that in mind he’s not averse to helping those near and dear to him. Whether that extended to enabling agents is completely unclear.

I think the tight purse-strings of the Freedman era would hopefully mean nothing was arwry there. Signings were fewer and with less ceremony about them. That said, with longer contracts and lower deals, it would be a perfect opportunity to have used underhand tactics.

I have an immediate alarm in my mind for any time the term "Undisclosed Fee" is used now. In screams of something to hide, something that we don't want to tell. most of the time its hiding players value or the details of a deal, but it could also an  element of not declaring what various parties took home from the deal.

Basically it would be interesting to see if anything does come out in the wash.
Thursday, 22 September 2016

The Arsenal Game: A Rant

Last night saw Forest get soundly beaten by Arsenal. A team featuring a mix of youth and promising youngster mixed with £75 mill or so worth of talent. That’s a hellishly large amount of money.

Where I sit mainly contains regular for every game, we rarely get people coming for a single match, so yesterday with so many “day trippers” in town really was an eye opener.

Make no mistakes here I value what such a game like this can bring. For one revenue. Secondly it brings some fans who may not have been for a long time, and it could rekindle the passion. It could inspire first timers to want to come more. For any of those I have no complaints or qualms. I’d rather a busier crowd be there, a louder vocal crowd. For every person asking who “number 22” is, or the woman I heard asking what are the white seats in the Trent End all about, do they spell something? Maybe they will come again, this could be the catalyst. No it’s more the element who have used this game to moan.

I’m trying to avoid that whole, they won’t be here next week, and they can bugger off approach. Because I think a good number of those extra bums on seats last night are welcome, but it just seems that sizeable minority were there for questionable motives. Purely there not to support Forest, not to get behind the team, but to revel in a projected hope of a momentous win.

I have a view that may be controversial, but if you left at 70 mins as some did, you can frankly just not bother again. You aren’t a “fan” or “supporter.” Where’s the support in fucking off 20 mins before the end?  And I know some will cite work, long trips, kids, but let’s face it, had it been Forest winning or the score a draw you wouldn’t have left, so just because you don’t like how your one off day trip is going, stick around and support the bloody team. Don’t just be here to revel in a big win to say “I was there” or to bask in glory. Football is all about the rough with the smooth. If you don’t like the team losing, don’t go in the first place. Because defeats, especially to Premier League clubs, happen. It’s a fact of football.

To see anyone bemoaning losing to Arsenal is ridiculous and just shows that these fans that only come to big games have no real sense of what is happening. People were bemoaning Montanier, and I’ve seen numerous comments suggesting he isn’t up to the task. In fact others who clearly haven’t done any research saying the jobs too big for him, despite him managing in top tier clubs in Spain and France. Basically swathes of fans that only go to big games are ignorant fuckwits.

I had a bloke who sat in front of me and my friend. I’d never seen him before but he was negative and ridiculous from the get go. It’s this kind of person who for me makes match days unbearable. Negative soul destroyers who suck the fun out of football. Most regulars this season will have enjoyed games so far, so to suddenly encounter people possibly seeing us for the first time bemoaning the team and the set up was disheartening.

Then there are half and half scarves. I can understand them in say European games if you have gone away as a memento of a rare game. But for a run of the mill league Cup game? No, a game in your own country shouldn’t ever see half and half scarves. As I said above about day trippers, these are completely indicative of that, people wanting to savour their one day out with a big souvenir.

I wanted Tuesday to be a big Forest celebration. Not only a nice win, but also a celebration of how the club feels fun again. Instead all we got was a load of people angry we weren’t able to beat one the biggest clubs in the world. Sigh





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