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Discussion in 'Hull City' started by Hutch-tiger69, May 30, 2016.
Is there a reason for this post, or are we just suggesting random Americans?
Seems unlikely given his previous quotes about why he didn't buy Liverpool. Wouldn't go into EPL because it is essentially throwing money away, mainly due to having no salary cap
Obviously the new owner is Bill Gates.
Does Robert Kraft know Gregory Carey?
You can't post that without elaboration.
I heard it was elton and david, but apparently I can't say that out loud.
It's Donald trump ........ He wants to call us the Trumping Tigers
Ps... How many bloody new owner threads?!
Linked on A hull city group wondered if anybody had heard anything similar hence the question mark
Apparently we are the model club to buy.
Google is my only friend.
Robert Craft and Gregory Carey worked together on building the Gillette Stadium for the New England Patriots. So they do know each other.
For the record, he doesn't know my Aunt Fanny.
All guessing I suppose but it'd be great if a stadium complex is built or is the aim multiple sources of income that benefit city
If he's in packaging, does he supply brown paper bags to 'Arry?
Gregory Carey is managing director of Goldman Sachs. Goldman Sachs are involved in the potential sale of Hull City, according to this interview with David Burns.
I know plenty about American banks, with a wife who worked for a US financial giant. There's always a bank involved, along with lawyers and underwriters.
My point is this seems to be all speculation still. With layers being added, and a story growing out of nothing.
Need a credible source to name names, or it's still guessing.
A bit Cheesy if you ask me.
That depends on how much you trust David Burns. He was the one that confirmed Goldman Sachs interest.
Involvement rather than interest I'd say. I'd be gobsmacked if any US buyer didn't used them.
You could be correct, but it's just as likely to be enlisted by any wealthy Yank wanting to spend.