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Training in Last Season's Training Kit

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.... because we haven't paid for the new training kit.

This is starting to smell more and more like admin is around the corner.

In fact, it stinks. I am now thinking admin is the most likely outcome of this whole sorry saga. 

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The training kits might not have arrived, its a pretty big assumption but one I am inclined to agree with. Not because of the tops but because a buyer seems a million miles away.

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Wycombe

HMRC

Paragon

Unnamed creditor at court case or something like that

Puma

The list goes on and on and on. 

Debt, debt, debt, debt, debt, debt, debt. Surprised we don't owe Basford money either because no doubt even more debt will fly up out of nowhere causing the takeover to become even further away than ever imagined.

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1 hour ago, Super_Danny_Allsopp said:

.... because we haven't paid for the new training kit.

Where is this information from?

Here in Germany, Waldhof Mannheim are using last season's training kit because their sponsorship deals run until 1 July. It's probably no different with Notts. Old training kits at the start of pre-season are commonplace for that reason.

Not that I think we have any glittering new deals to unveil next week :( 

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10 hours ago, DangerousSausage said:

Where is this information from?

Here in Germany, Waldhof Mannheim are using last season's training kit because their sponsorship deals run until 1 July. It's probably no different with Notts. Old training kits at the start of pre-season are commonplace for that reason.

 Not that I think we have any glittering new deals to unveil next week :( 

Scoop:

https://www.nottinghampost.com/sport/football/football-news/notts-county-refuse-comment-rumoured-3015228

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On 24/06/2019 at 21:27, ARLukomski said:

Surprised we don't owe Basford money either because no doubt even more debt will fly up out of nowhere causing the takeover to become even further away than ever imagined.

Supposedly we do owe Basford money, not just the £100k rumoured and eventually reported but other fees.

I have been told that Steve Chettle wasn't properly paid off too.

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i just hope someone takes the club on if it doe go into admin, it makes you wonder if this is what the hold up is.

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It doesn't sound or look good, loss of revenue again. It shows how poorly Alan Hardy is running the club and seems he's given up now he doesn't get the publicity. All owners seem like this, they just decide the fans can pay and stop doing what any responible person should.

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You just have to hope that new owners can come in and have the time to sort things, if this happens fans need to quit moaning and accept things for what they are. Pull together and come back stronger, otherwise what is the point in always being negative?

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Bills need paying, training kit is not essential if last yrs is ok but i think most other things seem to be swept under the carpet by hardy.

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It may be a case of priorities but you never know. Are they even going to play well without being paid though.

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@cheeky~k8 The new owners will pay for it, Alan Hardy sort of shot himself in the foot by denying the club owed Puma their money but mentioned how the new owners was picking up the bill.

It would be scary to think what would happen if this all fell through.

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Thats the problem, it all needs to be dealt with quickly and we know football clubs are expensive so its just not going to happen like that.

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I would be more concerned if it was closer to the season, Notts always starts using the last seasons gear and I am more worried about the takeover finalising than the training wear.

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theres more important things to deal with but yes it proves hes not thought further than a few seasons.

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Has any of the new stuff been released yet? i.e the designs of the training wear and shirts?

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If they haven't paid wages and bills its not a surprise.

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Bloody embarrassing and with no kits on the Horizon it looks like we mat have to wear the training and match day kits next season. 

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