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Associate Directors

By Yogi10/1 10:28Wed Jan 10 10:28:19 2018

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Anyone fancy it? The first job get Onions with the burgers

/www.stevenagefc.com/news/2018/january/stevenage-associate-directors/

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Re: Associate Directors

By Freemo10/1 12:55Wed Jan 10 12:55:03 2018In response to Associate DirectorsTop of thread

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I am exceeding well qualified for this role. I have many year experience advise to blue chip companies, government contract and mining operation in my native country.

I am willing to make significant investment in club so please Mr Wallace provide me with bank details and PIN so I can the transaction make.

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By Bankerbob10/1 13:24Wed Jan 10 13:24:38 2018In response to Re: Associate DirectorsTop of thread

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You've failed to tell us how many Farley$millions you have come into custody of that you need to pay out as quickly as possible to prevent the fund being impounded...

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By Lops (lopo)10/1 11:47Wed Jan 10 11:47:28 2018In response to Associate DirectorsTop of thread

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Wallace said, "With the new North Stand going up this year, we will have a modern 8,000 capacity stadium, a fantastic youth scheme and Championship standard training facilities. We are a stable, financially sound club less than 30 minutes from London, with income streams coming from a variety of off-the-pitch investments we have made into the club over the years.

Correct me if I am wrong, but aren't the training facilities owned by PW and aren't actually owned by the club in any way? And the ground is rented.

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Re: Associate Directors

By Sev10/1 21:29Wed Jan 10 21:29:07 2018In response to Re: Associate DirectorsTop of thread

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Wallace certainly owns the land on which the training facilities are built. But the club might own the building?

His programme notes from the Reading game say:

"...that cup run in 2012 allowed us to upgrade the West Stand, extend the car park and build a new training facility at Bragbury...."

Suggests to me the "facility" is the club's.

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Re: Associate Directors

By Cruffers10/1 11:55Wed Jan 10 11:55:54 2018In response to Re: Associate DirectorsTop of thread

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Does that mean that the club rents or leases the training ground from PW then? Or is it like a peppercorn rent?

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Re: Associate Directors

By Lops (lopo)10/1 11:58Wed Jan 10 11:58:41 2018In response to Re: Associate DirectorsTop of thread

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I imagine there is some lease agreement but anyone who invests in the club won't be getting any slice of that surely!

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By Cruffers10/1 12:29Wed Jan 10 12:29:56 2018In response to Re: Associate DirectorsTop of thread

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For that reason, I’m out. #dragonsden

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By HITCHIN CALLING10/1 10:51Wed Jan 10 10:51:21 2018In response to Associate DirectorsTop of thread

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Aren't PW's Sons also on the Board ?
In other words we want someone to give us money.
Surprised someone like Ken Follett/Lewis H never has done this. Not saying they should just commenting.

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Re: Associate Directors

By Ratman4610/1 11:06Wed Jan 10 11:06:01 2018In response to Re: Associate DirectorsTop of thread

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Yes:

Phil Wallace - Chairman

Paul Wallace - Director

Marcus Taverner QC - Director

Dr Marc Wallace - Director

Stuart Dinsey - Director

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Re: Associate Directors

By The Hedgehog10/1 19:22Wed Jan 10 19:22:09 2018In response to Re: Associate DirectorsTop of thread

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When did Mick Shortland leave? I didn’t know this.

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Re: Associate Directors

By Sev10/1 19:46Wed Jan 10 19:46:35 2018In response to Re: Associate DirectorsTop of thread

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Resigned as director on 1 June 2017 according to Companies House.

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Re: Associate Directors

By BaldockBoro (Balders)10/1 20:15Wed Jan 10 20:15:49 2018In response to Re: Associate DirectorsTop of thread

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Must be able to wildly speculate on the boardroom split behind this?

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By Sev10/1 20:51Wed Jan 10 20:51:44 2018In response to Re: Associate DirectorsTop of thread

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Went downhill when Makin left in 2012 and got worse in 2014.

There's my speculation.

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Re: Associate Directors

By worrier10/1 12:41Wed Jan 10 12:41:22 2018In response to Re: Associate DirectorsTop of thread

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think I read somewhere that PW owns 96% of the club , so not sure who out of the list own the other 4 ?

Also if you invested in the club, would PW relinquish some of his share holding ?

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Re: Associate Directors

By Jas7910/1 13:02Wed Jan 10 13:02:06 2018In response to Re: Associate DirectorsTop of thread

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From what I recall the supporters association and former chairman Ken Vale have small ownership interests.

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Re: Associate Directors

By Old_man10/1 12:00Wed Jan 10 12:00:55 2018In response to Re: Associate DirectorsTop of thread

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Looking up Marcus Taverner QC

http://www.keatingchambers.com/people/marcus-taverner-qc/

It was interesting to see his CV included

"Domestically, he is acting in various disputes involving football and other sports stadia, ground improvement schemes"

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By HITCHIN CALLING10/1 11:47Wed Jan 10 11:47:43 2018In response to Re: Associate DirectorsTop of thread

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Sure we also had at one point in recent past a Paul Weller and Steve McQueen (yes the names are correct) on board.













AND sTEVE McQueen ASSsURE

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Re: Associate Directors

By Sev10/1 19:49Wed Jan 10 19:49:58 2018In response to Re: Associate DirectorsTop of thread

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They were never proper directors. They were, or are, these associate directors. Pay a bit of money to listen in on meetings.... something like that.

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Re: Associate Directors

By Bankerbob10/1 13:22Wed Jan 10 13:22:33 2018In response to Re: Associate DirectorsTop of thread

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Steve was a relationship manager at Lloyds TSB in Stevenage. Not sure if he's still around.

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By The Hedgehog10/1 19:20Wed Jan 10 19:20:14 2018In response to Re: Associate DirectorsTop of thread

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Steve is indeed still at Lloyd’s. And a top man to boot.

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By edgarde various (Albert Tatlock)11/1 16:05Thu Jan 11 16:05:35 2018In response to Re: Associate DirectorsTop of thread

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i have never had a relationship with him and would think twice about posting it on here.

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By Deano (deanos13)12/1 16:22Fri Jan 12 16:22:19 2018In response to Re: Associate DirectorsTop of thread

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As usual Alberts post makes me LOL.

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Re: Associate Directors

By Deltic 2113/1 20:10Sat Jan 13 20:10:13 2018In response to Re: Associate DirectorsTop of thread

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‘To get involved financially’

That’s your clue. I enquired some years ago and Sev is right. It’s ‘give us £20k a year and we’ll let you sit in on the meetings’.

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By Owen13/1 20:19Sat Jan 13 20:19:45 2018In response to Re: Associate DirectorsTop of thread

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If I had it, I'd pay 20k not to attend meetings at work.

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