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Discussion in 'Sunderland' started by The Little General, Aug 10, 2018 at 10:13 AM.
He's spent The Toons money on House Of Fraser
I'm gonna Bouycutt it now
I buy most of my clothes from the one in MK. They're shutting it down before Ashley gets his fingers on it!
Saves me from a real moral dilemna!!!
If he keeps the stores running and saved the 17000 jobs that are at risk I for one will applaud him despite his association with them up the road.
However if he fills the stores with the tat he sells in his sports direct emporiums then that's another matter altogether.
They're still closing about 60 stores. And unfortunately for me, those nearest to me.
I hear they are protesting at the one on Northumberland Street tomorrow.
Lets hope Spurs do a good job
Ours in Darlo is getting the Chop, if he saves them hats off too him.
He will need to reduce expenditure in his other business ventures to fund this one
Not at all jd.
Each business are separate entities.
My son-in-law just did a whole load of research on the guy and his businesses in preparation for a job interview with one of them.
Trust me, the guy ain't short of a penny.
The bugger's a shrewd ****er. And loaded!
Owns a massive chunk of Debenhams as well doesn’t he?
As said he’s an incredible businessman, no question.
Puts to bed the myth he's not afraid to splash the cash...
Harvey Nichols it is, for all my clothing needs
He owns Flannels too doesn't he?
It was a half-hearted attempt at humour mate - implying that N*FC's player budget is going to be slashed
Apparently so, yeah. Never seen it, but it is apparently an "up market" clothes shop
Oh they sell some nice clobber mate. Very expensive and usually in sizes too small for me
But he's opened one in Darlington. He's ****ed up there like. It will lose money 100% here. Not that we're a poor town, just don't think the population has enough high earners to shop there when the same lines are 3rd cheaper online. Saying that it might do ok with our little Van Mildert closing though it was a small store for a reason. This Flannels is pretty big.
You'd look lovely in anything Bri
I've got a few of them at home. He doesn't own those ****ers.
Whitby tomorrow, my local on tour, I'll be wearing my navy blue Fred Perry 1960 reissue knitted polo. I'm a fat knacker but a fat knacker who looks cool as fook.
You'll find out now he's had em over his balls.