Peeps, this just REEKS of money laundering.
I think what one of the user comments said about the diabolic nature of football clubs shafting non-football creditors, such as ambulance services, hospitals and charities, with their circle-jerk bankruptcy restructurings couldn’t be true enough. And while the fans are to be pitied, it’s very hard these days to summon up sympathy for the clubs themselves when they go under in such a corrupt system, with spiralling ticket prices more evidence of their complete contempt for their “customers” in such dire times. Live by the blade, die by it, and good riddance to bad rubbish. Unfortunately, it almost never happens. Some fatcat will always throw in a pot of gold, because there’s a fanbase always ready to produce milk, no matter stringy the cow looks.