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Share price soaring

Despite Freddie`s 'not for sale` patter the other day, investors have been quick to grab shares in the club, with the price still rising amidst talk of takeovers from the other side of the pond. With Man City set to join Arsenal, Liverpool, ManYoo, Chelski, Villa, the mackems and Pompey as being part financed by the rouble/dollar/paddy pound/baht it seems a few people think we`re about to leap on the bandwagon. An American investor claimed he was set to invest in one of two Premier League clubs, meaning us, Spurs and Everton instantly leapt to the forefront of predictable links. Rumours also about Asian investors becoming hot on the club. Once again though we`ve heard it all before with Polygon and Belgravia. If it happens, it happens.

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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday May 22 2007

Time: 9:04AM

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Hmm.. American advestors generally seem attracted by historically embelished clubs such as Liverpool and Man Utd. Otherwise they prefer the London teams so that they can swoon their friends around the countrys capital. A cheeky tenner on the barcode armys long ball tactics getting them relegated this year could reward handsomely....
cheddar_green
Randy Lerner doesn't exactly agree with your statements. Why else would he take on Villa?
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