- Oct 6, 2019
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- Lord Darmian
tnh I would be very angry after investing my money in Inter and then seeing management buying Zappacosta
At this paoint a stadium will never be built as there is no money.Also I'm curious how Inter or Zhangs would make it work with the stadium project. Fans own 40% of Inter. Let's say Suning owns 60% (LionRock bought out).
Stadium is built with Suning's money as fan collective don't have extra money to that of course (well, do Suning have either?). For the sake of the argument, let's say Suning builds the stadium. They are probably going to have a separate company who owns the stadium and then they funnel the money from the stadium company to the club. But how is that fair then as the 40% of Inter do not bring any money in?
Or would it go that fan collective's share portion is diluted from 40% to something much lower in accordance to the stadium's value? So fan collective give up big part of their share-% so that stadium can be Inter's?
its completely impractical and stupid.
Even if the thing was to take 40% of the club. for things like stadium funding, all suning need to do is raise equity and dilute the fan holdings.
It's just never going to happen. If we were publicly listed there might be a chance, by who is going to throw 400m into a bottomless pit with no control.
This is just stupid.
Meh, you say that like Inter fans have been saying they are ready to put money in. If we were Bayern then sure I'd pay it but for Inter in this condition? I rather burn the money to keep the house warm during winter.thats the point. When push comes to shove and requires digging into your wallet, maybe if you're lucky .5% of Inter fans will put money where their mouth is
Who's we?just trying tomanage expectations
1 - a fan ownewd club would be a disaster
2 - we're never even going to come close to being able to afford it