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Dekka Llabia confirms: 'Bids in, quids in'

Dekka Llabia confirms: 'Bids in, quids in'

In yet another bizarre Derek Llabia statement, the wideboy has allegedly revealed that 'at least two' parties have met the magic £100m asking price for the club that Mike Ashley seems to have been seeking. Llabia said:

'There have been more than two bids at £100million. At the moment, we are in the hands of lawyers and it is all ongoing. We are giving interested parties all the help that they need.'



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Writer:Ross Molyneux
Date:Monday July 6 2009
Time: 6:20PM

Comments

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About ******** time too, but can we believe him? Not sure as he talks *****!!
xpertweb.co.uk
06/07/2009 19:41:00
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Talks balls. As for LLabia - is it because he's a bit of a fanny?
BaldEagle
06/07/2009 20:30:00
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More that two bids? So three bids then? This bloke is a clown. I just wish him and Ashley would sod off and buy Spurs :-D
geordie_mark
06/07/2009 22:55:00
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geordie sorry mate the bloke don't have the cash, he has spent it all ******** Newcastle, plus the few hundred million he lost for being a dickhead in his other business dealings.
TeddyLyon
07/07/2009 03:50:00
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The fat ***** cant even afford to pay out a dividend for Sports Direct. He's an industry joke, a tiger on paper, a mong in reality.
BaldEagle
07/07/2009 08:46:00
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and he lent the owner of jjb some cash to fund another bussiness deal!
nu-switz-fc
07/07/2009 09:37:00
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Greasing the wheels for a way back into his beloved crap clothes retail market.
BaldEagle
07/07/2009 20:29:00
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